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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1870.
NEWS OF TEE DAY.
-Gold closed In New York, yesterday, at 12.
-Cotton was hiavy at ii decline; uplands 16*?c:
sales -woo bales.
-In Liverpool, cotton closed flat; uplands
9Ka9Xd; Orleans,9Ji.a0>id; sales 10.000 bale3.
-German ts to be taught la the public schools
Of New York.
-Diamonds lu the London market have fallen
In valae thirty per cent., owing to the great
quantity offered by refugees from France.
L-wh?n the.Marqal3 of Lorn becomes Victoria's
son-in-law, there l* said to*'bo a prospect or his
being made Governor-General of Cana la.
-Florida promises to become hereater a large
producer ofcane?u?rar. The crop this year ls a
good one, and te said tobe more profitable than
-The Preach are charged by tho Prussian Gov?
ernment with havlue caused destitution among
-the poorest elass of the populations-of cities "by
appvflnatlng for war purposes the' 'monies de
posied lh the savings banks, as well as the prop?
erties pr the corporations."
-The telegraph cfllccs ia France now accept
private messages for Paris for dispatch by carrier
pigeons, at the rate or fifty centimes or ten cents
per word; the messages must be In French, and
on purely personal-arid private matters. Tele
graphic communication between Tours and Mar?
ques has..been,,r:oie3>ra^ished.. .t', ,,. rjr, .
.-They, had .a, genuine sensation, at Niagara
Falls on Sunaay. A lady, apparently about thirty
five years of age, well dressed and fine-looking,
-commuted suicide by Jumping from tbe Goat
island bridge, her body going over the Falls. She
was stopping at the Spencer House, and baa
registered her-?am? as Mrs. DIU, from Chicago,
-The"?ermau'soldiers now tn Fnfnce*and flt
for active setv.ee, lt ls estimated, number 090,
000, and the horses belonging to the Gorman army
amount to.reo.tioo. Thc dally rations or these
troops require 250,OOOfloaves or bread, 135 osiaa,
40,000 pounds of~b3cotf, 54.000 pounds or rice,
160,000 quarts or brandy, 40,000 pounds of cottee,,
6,soo.ooapounds of hay, and large quantities ot
-^oeperai Mahonej who has just boen.elected
pr?sident of the Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio
Railroad Company, witt a salary of $25,000, ls
also president of the Norfolk and Petersburg Rail?
road, which pays $0001; the Southside RaUioad,
which payj jaooOrAnd the Virginia aud Tenues-,
see Railroad, which pays $3000. lu addition to
this he Is president of the Vlrgiui?and Kentucky
-Gold orehaVlng been- discovered in Madagas?
car, the government o: the island hits prohibited
.the seareh"fpr ore?:--The reason lor this prohibi?
tion la, that ir gold ls round in remunerative quan?
tities, there will besuch a'rush or Europea us to
the country as will dispossess the nativo inhabi?
tants. The rear ls not unreasonable. Tlia pre?
caution, however", ian Wandy bc maintained. The
greedVof jtold ls tie cursc.or civilization.
-The?tWooLNeyad i has eeat to Germany a,
bar or silver va!nea ut $112.; as a subscription for
ther^rofthe/woundsd. On lt Is Inscribed In
German: sVFpr the German wounded; and for
the widow? aadorphans or t he fallen'of Uennauy,
to tho warf .of'1870,'.' and. uaderaeajth,--this, in
En4ri?h:r^Qerm?n^ for unity, and civili?
zation, Commands the sympathy of Republican
America. Weiia^jjfpt draw thea word with her,
but we desire to help In staunching her wounds."
-A corps of commissioners has been organized
in Strasbourg, who are busy lu assessing the
damage done to property, and that which results
from the Interruption'or business relations. All
thja.le.torbepaid.by France, and, In addition to
the large contributions air ady received for the
Strasboargers, from, ail -pftftsjior Germany, will
.probably Indemnify them for all the material ln
J^flSea .which they: have I sustained;! naur, ?bey Ase
possessed of some qu?ier concoits, and the mbst
of them are still in dally dread ol. another bom
bardment, as they lmM?lne that Franoe wm soon
endeavor to retake Strasbourg.
-A* balloon letter received at Bordeaux dis
cusses Paris- fashions. Quiet colora are lu favor,
and the use of Jewels Is dispensed, with. This li
a deBcate-horaago.p-iid ro'-the m?brningand
grief of those who bave losp friends and kindred.
"Paris," the writer maintains, In spite of' ad ver
sltrjr, "wBl not cease to dictate t?'the whole world
the supreme laws'.pt elegance and good taste."
VTctor B.ngo might have written that sentence;
but, only some -yoong Miss with flowing tresses
could hare written this : "Tnklng,?dvantage of
toe flight cu* certain personages* who had gray,
thin; or re?-bair, "and'wno lufliotcd on fashion
their jndlspens?ble false halrj pur. Parisian ladles
have ?t once restored to Lberty "their own locks,
so tong hld under the despotic, artlflcia.1 chignon.
Brown plaits, carefully smoothed down, light
ringlets, ?touoe graocrul and natural have alone
adorned for. some days the delicate and pretty
heads or our young ladles, who are delighted to
have their moat beautirm- adornment restored to
tbem^ . .
-A London-letter to thc New York Sun de?
clares <hat thepower or Bismarck In the councils
.Of Pru;-:la ls declining. The writer asserts that
tlre Connt, who made the'Khg of Prussia and the
Princesa Royal what they are politically ami mlll
tartly^nd had' foll control of his Majesty and
rdaced competent "otTloers to direct.hu cou cod
neohew,.would have made terms at Sedan whfch
FT?ro?couldb accept, and haye tenn Dated the
1W/i^tai-^-tttj:noat advantage, and glory to
Pfpsfia, to himself and to his royal master. "But
Bismarck," as an American friend expresses lt,
'.h^ade King William too big for his breeches,"
auahe^aaoome to thluk himself a greater man
than his -chancellor. Hence divided views in
policy, ti, not . lu mUltary operations, and Bls
inar^ perloapa fortunately: for the cause or Eu?
rope; la no longer, qmte free-handed. The correa
pondent believes the new war inevitable, and that
, lt will take In a?eSnrope except Switzerland and
Portugal, Fruss?jrand Shasta on the one side and
the rest o* the dations on the other.
-A number of prominent Democrats, lu St.
Louis, tendered Govcrnor-elect B. Gratz Brown a
serenade a few night since, lu r?ponse to which
be minie a stirring anil telling though brief speech.
He st ned hi* platform clearly, stying: "WeHave
rnadf no appeal to party, wc have nia'C no dis?
crimination against men, nnd yet we have .made
i distinctive appeal to the common sentiment of
the common country lu liehalfof theright of every
m in to exercise thu franchise ?f a free man, and
we have won up in that principle." He distinctly
roco,Tiilze'l the agency of Mic Democratic party lu
this result, and declared that 'mo party has ever
slmwn mire perfect command of self, more per?
fect disregard uf pnst traditions, more pefeet de?
votion to thc patriotic welfare of the common
country tha i has thc Democratic pariy in the last
election in this Stale orMissouri." He pronounced
Itsplitfonn o.'.e cutting loose from the formulas
and obstructions of the past, and one ou which the
\oung meu of thc uaiioii can siana. "It has de?
va ed itself upon a higher plat lorni than it ever
occupied before; it has gone for the rights of all
men. : n i In so doing it has made an initiative
of the future that will go 'hrough all the Sta'es of
this Union." This he recognized as the initiation
of a reconstruction of the State from the bottom
? upward, and of a new convention to reorganize
the fundamental law. He pledged himself to ad?
minister the office on live Issues, and hoped the
national r^ presentat1 ves from the West "will un?
derstand that it is proper for them to coalesce,
and combine and consort with anybody and
everybody" in favor of revenue reform.
Beast Butler Crazy.
About five years ago it was a favorite
tbeory, with a certain class of politicians,
that a foreign war, in which the "Johnny
Rebs" and " Boys in Blue" might fight side
by side, would bring the North and South
together, and eflace, instantaneously, the
bloody memories of the war between the
States. The idea was a wild one at the
best; one founded upon a thorough mis?
conception of the temper and spirit of the
Southern people. Yet it had a h03t Of advo?
cates, and in New England was especially
The soldiers of the Confederate armies
were not mercenaries, ready to bear arms in
any quarter of the glebe where pay was
high and promotion rapid. Towards tBe
end of Ute war the monthly pay of a pri?
vate soldier (if be got it) would.not cover
the cost of soleing an old shoe, and a year's
pay would not buy a new jacket of gray
The soldiers, however, fought as desperately
and as cheerfully as though the quartermas?
ter's funds were all in greenbacks, and, sus?
tained by their love of country, bore unmur?
muring!}' the acutest bodily suffering. Money
could not bring men of their stamp to the
plane upon which they stood during the
weary years of war. They battled for their
homes, Tor their wives and their children, for
constitutional liberty; and wbe'n 'the strug?
gle was' ehded, aud the starry Southern
cross.satik below the crimson horizon, the
"work of the men who survived was noe to
shed more blood, but to till the soil, to wield
the hammer, to earn bread for themselves
and those dependent upon them. No gaudy
uniform, or specious promise, would have
tempted the true Southron to enlist in a new
war; whether against Maximilian in Mexico,
or the sea-girt Empire which the Confede?
rate people had little cause to admire. Nor
would tove *of fighting lead them where a
more substantial argument failed. The
Southern soldiers took up arms because it
was their duty; and, if ever agaiu it becomes
their duty to fight a public enemy, they
will be no more backward in bearing their
part of the common barden than they were
in tho first revolution or npon the plains of
It is no? five years and more since the
surrendtr of the Confederate armies, and
whateve. General Burier may think, the South?
ern people have no stomach for fighUng;.far
less are they disposed to encourage the hero
of Bermuda Hundreds in bis impression
that they are longing "to light once moro
uoder the starry fohte of the old flag." This
is childish foll}'. The Southern people do
not care a sixpence for-the old flag. There
ia no sentiment in the matter. .The flag ?3
not huted-nor is it loved. Yet, as il is the
only flag that we have, tho South does not
desire to see it besmirched by either a for?
eign enemy or a treachfrous politician. It is
the only general emblem of the country in
which we live, and, now that our own
bo na ie flag is furiod, Hie stars aud stripes
will answer our purpose a3 well as any
The crowning argument'of General But?
ler, however, is that the war which ho advo?
cates would bring us all together again,
"with one flag, one country and one des
"tiny," and that this would be worth "all
"thc loss of blood aud treasure" which a.
foreign war would involve.. If General But?
ler bc ip earnest, there is . a way. of accom?
plishing hU laudable ;purpose. more surely,
and more speedily, than by a war at any
price. The South i3 a part of the United
Sutes. : For. years it has been the footstool
of. politicians like General Butler. It has
been kicked and buffeted apon ?ll'occasions,
retaining only the poorpriviloge of paying
Its quota to the. expenses,, o? the general
Government. Now, if General, Butler will
set to work to change all this; if be, and the
rest of the Radical politic taus, will treat the
South as thay treat New England and the
West; if they will pass laW3 which are na?
tional and not sectional; if they will give
the'South ? share of the pleasures as well as
the pains of the Union; if they will cease to
malign, bully and .slander our people-the
tone of ibo South will soon change, and in
the course of a few years we may have
something of the uuity of feeling and com?
mon brotherhood, which General Butler pro?
fesses to desire. This would involve noth?
ing more than a little magnanimity aud
justice on the part of the Northern leaders.
The*- brave Gan afford to be generous, and
tho hero of New Orleans and Dutch Gap
might condone the past and make bright his
future, not by prating about war, but by ad?
vocating steadily and persistently a liberal
and unselfish policy towards the States of
the South.' _ ,..; jj
No HONEST man will'Object to an investi-j
gation o? the affairs of the Blue Ridge Rail?
road. We should like, to fcnow; something
about the* S4.000.000-of-bonds guaranteed
by the State; how it'was proposed to nego?
tiate them with a Gorman banking-house in
New York; how Rie negotiation was nipped
in the bud; and how much blame, or praise,
attaches-to Governor Scott In the whole
Business; The whole eventful .history re-:
.luires to be told, and the people will know
what the chances are o? completing the road
without choking the State. '
Tlie Outrages In Souter.
S The Samter papera come to ni. containin&
accounts.of new outrages* committed bj1, the
Radical negroes. They draw ho fancy pic?
tures, but tell, as soberly as they can, the
plain and unvarnished truth. This is thc
record of ono week's work: 1. A white man
is dragged from his home by negroes and
brutally maimed. 2. A barn is burned down,
and, on the same night, an attempt is marie
to fire Hie borne place of thc owner, which
is some distance off. 3. A house occupied
by a white family is fired into by negroes,
aud this is the signal for burning dowu the
barns and stables containing the whole crop
of the year.
These acts of lawlessness show what is
the temper of the Radical negroes: while the
disposition of the whites is shown by thc
fact that they have already held two public
meetings for the purpose of denouueing the
disturbers ofth'e public peace, and for de?
claring their determination of using their in-:
dividual and collective efforts against mob
law and in favor of good order. The negroes
burn and ravage every night: the whites, in?
sulted and abused as they .have been, still
plead for peace.
We ask Governor Scott to cause imme?
diate inquiry to be made into the origin of
these troubles in Samter County. We be?
lieve, as we have said, that they are the work
of the Radical negroes, hounded on by men
like Crews of Laurens, but whether the riot?
ers are black or white, they should be hunt?
ed down and brought to immediate punish?
Sumter does not fear an impartial investi?
gation of the facts. On the contrary, the
people of the county court an investigation,
and desire it. All that they ask is security
for their lives and property, and this, so far,
the State Government has refused to give
THE interesting letter of our Columbia
correspondent contains some broad hints
touching the motives which actuated Whip?
per's onslaught upon the Blue Ridge Rail?
road. Our correspondent thinks that Gov?
ernor Scott and his colleagues intend, this
time, to make a clean breast of the whole
Blue Ridge business. Candid confession is
undoubtedly good for the gubernatorial soul,
and if his Excellency will "tote fair," turn
over a new leaf and keep it turned, he will
have no recrimination to fear, we opine,
from the press or people of the Stale.
Tris Speaker of the House, Adjutant-Gen?
eral Moses, may now take part in the de?
bates of the honorable body over which'he
presides. Perhaps he will be good enough
to suggest some way of restoring quiet in
his own county-Sumter. Martial lhw, vntli
Federa! troops, would be belter than a long
exposure to the brutal conduct of negro des?
I JUDOS OUR has tendered his resignation
as President of the Anderson Farmers' As?
sociation, upon the ground that his official
duties prevent him from giving suitable at?
tention to the interests of the association.
THE Anderson Intelligencer gives its
hearty approbation to the conclusions reach-,
ed by the political conference,, held recently
in Columbia.. _ _.
THE Radicals begin their 6econd term of
office by paying $8000 for a carpet for the
Statehouse. This is retrenchment and re?
form ! .
Notices in ?ankmpicri.
IN THE ^DISTRICT COURT OF TBE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
->OD( U CAROLINA_IN TUE MATTER OF JOHN
B. RUS-ELL, Bankrupt, by whom a perl Hon for
adjudication of Bankruptcy waa flied on the*21?t
day ot Nuyeinber, A. D., is:o, In eaUl Court.-In
iiunkrupioy.- i hls ls to gUe notice, tba> on the
TWENTV SECOND DAY OF NOVEMDER. A'. ?., 1870, a
warrant lu bankruptcy wan l-?ue>i.agatust the es?
t?t or J UN B. RUSSELL, or Somier, In the
Oountv of--uniter, au<t Mateo! South Carolina,
who ha-i been adjudged a bankrupt, un his own
petition; tiat tho payment ol tiny debra and deliv?
ery or any property belonging to said bankrupt, to
him or: or his usc, aud the transfer ni any property
try him,R re forbidden by I w; that a meeting of the
crediton of the said bankrupt, to prove th'ir
debts, and to choose one or more assen?es of n.s
e-tHt ?Id be held at a Court c Bankruptcy, to
he In.Hen at .NO. VJ Broad s reot, Charleston,
Soul ti Carolina, before J C. Carp-Miter, Kc/lstrar.
on thesBVBNTH D?Y OP DECKMDER. A. D., 1870, at
ll o'clock A. M. L. E. JOHNSON,
nov26-s2 U. 3. tfarsluii, as Mes-enirer.
JJOCK AND BRIDGE WORK.
JOHN D'. GRIFFIN, COKTIUCTOR.
Estimates and plans furulshed on applicat ion
for all cias es or URIDCK AND WHARF WORK
in city or country.
Orders ?Melted rrom County Commissioners
and others having charge or public w<.rk'<<.
Address Postofuee Box 289. Charleston. S. C.
JOHN MARSHALL, JR.,
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND RICE.
Charleston, S. C.
H I S O L M & W H A L E Y
No. 39 BROAD STREET.
The undersigned have this day formed a copart?
nership for carrying on the Practice of Law, un?
der the Arm name of C1IISOLM A WHALE Y.
R, CHISOLM, JR.
oct24 W JAMES WHALEY.
NctrjspaperB, ?tiaga-nnes, tZi.
JJ ? R A L CAROLINIAN.
Maintenance of the Fertility of Soils-by Pro?
fessor Hllgnrd, of tho University or Mississippi.
The South and her Resources-by Hon. Allred
Plantation Economy-by Colonel D. Wyatt
Texas Grasses-by professor Barkley.
Southern Fruits-by P. J. Uerckmand.
Hints on Town Gardening-by U. w. Ravenel.
And numerous other valuable and interesting
Subscription, $2 per annum.
Address WALKER, EVANS A OOOSWELL,
nov2 ' Charleston. S. C.
JUST BEC fi I V E ?,
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA '
, .. ..Cream of Tartar
'."".'. .[ ^.Fjefth.HoDS.
For aale, wholesale and Vet?JL tty ; "". \ '
???.:??.> ^T* '.:(-.. u- ! K?En&B& 11 <
OOM Rc. m- Meeting street.
UJants. '? igt
'to*' - Jw s-. r? ~
A LL IN W?NT>OF BOOTS. SHOES,
OL HATS, ic, go to MURRAY'S, No. 113
Market street, near Klag-, sign or "Big
Boot"-wholesale and retail. He sells
_cheap. Go and try him. nov28-2*
WANTED-A COLORED WET NURSE
without a child. Good references required.
Apply at No. 87 Tradd street. nov26-2?
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN FOR A
Dry Gonds Store; one who ls acquainted
with the business preferred. Apply at No. 262
Klug street. nov26-2*
TTTANTED, ONE OR TWO FAITHFUL,
i v Industrious white men to drive. Apnlv
ut this onice. nnv26-l*
WANTED, A COLORED BOY,' 13 TO 15
yfars nf age to wait in ihc house. Must
com" well recommended. AplyntN" ?I Lvnch
NOTICE TO TINNEKS.-WANTED IM?
MEDIATELY, two first-class workmen.
None others need api-ly. CORMACK HOPKINS,
No. 167 Broughton street, Savannah, Ga.
WANTED TO RENT, THREE ROOMS,
with kitchen accommodation. Address B,
NBS s office._novSft^?
DESK WANTED.-WANTED, A GOOD
Second-hand Doublo -DE^K, at J. C. H.
WANTED, TO HIRE FOR SIX MONTHS
or a year, a desirable Residence-preferring
to have the same furnished or partly iurnlshed,
with locsllty on or near the Battery, ornear Rut?
ledge street. Addi ess communications to Box A
NEWS ( ifflce. nov23
AMALE TEACHER WANTED, TO
take charge of the Mineral Springs Acade?
my, Marlbro' County, S. C. Good references re?
quired. Address B. N. ROGERS, Bennettsville,
COMPANION OR HOUSEKEEPER. -
A lady of cheerful alsposltlon, to whom
RH i a ry would be no object, desires to obtain em?
ployment as a governess, lady's companion or
nous*keeper, either in the city or country. An
Interview or any further information may be had
by ad. resslng P, DAILY NEWS office. ort28
Cost fino jfoano._
LOST, ON WEDNESDAY EVENING,
on King street, a BROOCH, containing
likeness and hair. The finder will bc suitably re?
warded by leaving thc same at THE NEWS OF?
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD !
Stolen from-the subscriber, near Ridgeville,
on the night or November 23, 1870. a gray Mare,
about 15 bands li>gh. 6 years sid, with one little
black spot on the rieht hip. The finder will get
$26 reward. LYDIA LYONS. nov26-atn'h3?
STRAYED Fi OM No. 86 TRADD
street, on the 16th instant, a KED COW, with
phort tall and a dent on her rump. She had a
leather strap aronud her neck. A reward will be
paid for her recovery. MARY AHRENS.
PHOSPHATE INTEREST FOR SALE.^
A party having an established and profit?
able business In DIGUING AND WASHING PHOS?
PHATES, located on Deep Water, offers for sale
an Interest In the same, with a view of extend?
ing the business to meet the demand. Address
.A. B. C.," Key Box No. 24, with real name.
ALARGE LOT OF VESTS AT SI 50.
Call and see them at 0. E. A A. S. JOHN-'
g ALE AND LIVERY STABLE.
Jost received 40 head of MOLES and nORSES.
at No. 140 Meeting street, and at the Mart Sta?
bles, next door sonth of Mr. Nathan's Carriage
Repository, where will be found on sale a general
assortment of Pine Stock throughout the season.
POR HIRE, flue Carriages Photons, Buggies
and Saddle Horses.
H0V2S-2_A. A R. J. WILSOV.
EBAL ESTATE FOR SALE.-THE SUB?
SCRIBER, desiring to remove to the West,
offers for snle, for cash, his REAL ESTATE In the
Village of Kingtree, 8. 0..'Northeastern Railroad,
consistlrg or one STORE-HOUSE AND LOT, on
Mainstreet, nearly opposite-the Courthouse, und
one or the best stands In the place tor business.
Also his DWELLING-HOUSE AND LOT, con?
taining one square acre, Bltuated on Academy
street. The Dwel lng ls lu thorough order, and
contains four rooms, with kitchen, Garden, fine
?veil or water, Ac., attached. Any. one wishing to
engage -In the merchamlle business, or to pur?
chase aso-d Residence, will Unit this a raro op?
portunity, for further particulars, apply to WM.
J. LEE, Klngstree, 9. 0._nov23-ws4?
FOR SALE, TWO GOOD SECOND?
HAND SAFES, at J. C. H. CLAUSSEN.
?T PRIVATE SALE TO DEOEMBER1,
tho Desirable IHOTSE AND LOT. No. 18
Montague street. Lot 50 by 2c0 feet; high and
dry; tiret-rate neighborhood. Apply to J. MC?
CABE. State Colton Press, corner East Bay and
FOR SALE, A No. 1 WHEELER &
WILSON'S SEWING MACHINE. In Cabinet
Case-cheap. Apply at J. L. LONGFORD'S. No. 2Z
Queen street. ___nov23 ;
HOOK AND LADDER TRUCK FOR
SALE.-Six LADDEKS and Dill comple?
ment of Hooks, AXi-s, Lanterns, Ac, In perfect
order, nnu gooda* mew; will be i old cheap. Ap?
ply to M. U. NATHAN, Chief of Fire Department.,
Charleston. S. C._novlfr-liuo
EOR SALE OR LEASTS.
$450 wil' buy 1 Six Horse STRAM ENGINE,
ami French Burr Stone GIC1ST MILL. Apply at
this aflige. _ n?vl-V-i2?
FOR SALE.-I HAVE ON HAND AND
for sale another supply or second-hand,
sawing Machines, or various makers, which I
will dispose of very cheap. 13*11 and examine at
No. 27 tineen street. J. LUXSFORD.
Qi. 4 K(\( i ?-?FOK SALE, A LONG
OHtO\J\J? ESTABLlSH.fi!? BUS I
VK.SS, (Retail.) paying a ucl protltuf $0500 per un
num. Ample time given a purchaser to learn tho
tipsiness. This Is a rare chance for an active mau
i j secure a perinaueut Income. Busluess done
wholly lor cash. Persons having nie "-tramps"
and meaning business may address "fitton In?
come," Box V, DAILY Nsws o III ce. giving real
FOR SALE, THREE FARMS, TWO
miles from the Port. Royal Railroad, In
the Whippy Swamp neighborhood. One Farm
contains 87i acres, one 335 acres, and one ISO
acres. Each Farm contains one hundred acres
good planting laud, with two or three comfort
able cabins on each: also well timbered, good
range ror cattle and hogs; and perfectly healthy
ali the seasons. For particulars apply to K. 1).
H., Barnwell Village. niavio
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE AND
thoroughly repaired DWELLING HOUSE,
No. 1 George street, dutarning four upright
rooms, two attics, dressing room and pantry.
Cistern and well In perfect ord-r. Por terras
apply to O. O'NEILL * SONS, No. S3 Hsyne.
street, or No. 87? "tp-et. nnv?fl-smw:i
TO RENT, TWO ROOMS AND KITCHEN.
No. jj John street._novift-stuth3*
AGENTLEMAN ANn HIS WIFE CAN
ii? accommodated With a furnished Room
ami Board. Ap ly at No. 41 East Biiy. nov26-l?
TO RE MT, TH BE nOMS, WITH
kitchen accommodations, desirably localed,
and to persons without chldli'eu. Apply at. ttus
ortlce. _ . LOV26-2*
AN UNFURNISHED SECOND STORY
rroni room, wita uoAitu Tor a K-nticmaa
and wife, or two single gentlemen, may bc had in
aceuirai an t most conviioleut locality, near the
fo?toni.:? and both Hui? of City Kallwuy. Address
M., DAILY N'KW.S ?.fflec. nov24
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO
an l-a half Story Ilous -, No. 4 Mary street,
Apply at tho s mtnwest corner of Church and
1^0lt RENT OR SALE, A BEAUTIFUL
ESTATE In Orangeburg District, situated
on Lyons Creek, three and a half miles from the
.?outli Carolina Railroad. The tract contains
?MW acres, soil rici) red clay, adapted to cotton,
?.om, wheat,, root crops and clover.
A splendid ranga for cattle; sunny hillsides for
vineyards, and low lauds for meadows. Lyons
creek, a large, never-failing stream runs through
"he estate, and furnishes one of the finest water
powers in the Mate.
A most valuable Iron ore has been discovered
econ Hy on the place.
The estate has on it all the necessary farra
"??i 11 dinga, negro houses, : barns, stables, gin
nouses and small dwelling. It has been in con
nant cultivation since the war, and the splendid
growing crop would givo entire satisfaction.
It is offered for rent br sale, on reasonable
Address Mrs. L M. KEITT,
Society HUI. Darlington District, S. 0.
Or a. M. MARSHALL A BRO., No. 83 Broad
igUPERIOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured and for sale by
Dr. H. RAER,
oatt; . 131 Meeting street.
rtMurissTOX #PO GWA P ?lc A L
!v^;I?riOX, Novia.-Attend th?RegnlarMonthly
Meettog of your TJnlon THIS (Satnrdaj) EVENING,
26th Instant, at Hibernian Hall, at half-past- 7
o'clock? - WM. J. MOSIMANN,
TYRE LODGE JNo._136,_A._F. M.-IN
consequence of the Annual Communication
o? the Most worshipful Grand Lodge of Ancient
Free Masons of Snuth Carolina, the HegtiHr Com?
munication ofTy rc Lodge was postponed. This
Lodge will hold Its Regular Communication at
Masonic Hall. Tni3 EVENING at 7 o'clock. Candi?
dates for Degrees will please be punctual.
By order W. M. WM. L. KING,
THE LADIES' FUEL SOCIETY WILL
meet on MONDAY, 28th of November, at the
Depository. Chalmers street, at l o'clock P. M.
Ward Distributors and Collec ors are requested to
be punctual In their attendance, as bu'iness-of
Importance will be brought before the meeting. .
The wood factors are requested to be present
with their estimates" of the price of wood for the
By order of the President. nov20
HDrp Oocoa, Ut.
CARPETING, MATTING, 4c, Ac, 4c. .
1870. . FALL AND WINTER.. 1870.
MoLOY 4 RICE,
No. 270 KING STREET, CORNER OF HABEL
Have received per recent arrivals the largest and
most complete stock of
DRY GOODS, CARPETING, MATTING, 4c,
4c, TO BE FOUND IN THE CITY.
We respectfully and confidently Invite strang?
ers and our country friends to examine our stock
before purchasing elsewhere. A Urge saving
No. 270 KING STREET,- CORNER OE HASEL
ALEXANDER MoLOY. J. W. RIOT,
pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 244 KINO STREET.
D R.E SS GOODS.
Largest, best and finest selection In town.
1 case or One DRESS GOODS ut 20c, worth 30c.
1 case or Plain Poplins, Our own importation,
only 26c, worth 37 K c
1 case of German Plaids, of all shades, only 40c,
Worth 60. .. . .
l case or % Black and White PopUn only 25c.
l case of Empress Cloths, In all colors, only 65c.
celebrated Lenos make.
A large stock of tho celebrated "Elephant" Al?
pacas, at very low figures.
AU colors 10 Twilled Merinos, 4-4, ac 85 to OOo.
25 piece i Irish SBk Poplins at $1, worth $l 50.
A grand selection of Albanate Striped, Plain and
Reppe i Silk Poplins, at reasonable prices.
10 pieces of Heavy Black Mik at $2, worth $250.
Also, a fine selection of Colored silks, Colored
and Black Velverities and Velvets.
A full assortment of the latest styles Derby
?bawl Suits. . octoi
Jpi?RCHGOTT,. BENEDICT & CO..
No. 214 KING STREET.
1 case Black and White L?rge SHAWLS, only
$2 25. worth -$8..
1 case B ack and White Double Shawls, only
%i 25, worth $5. ?
1 case Men's Travelling Shawls, only $5, worth
i A fall selection of other Shawls from 75c. to Sio.
3 cases of good quality' Balmoral Skirts, only ii.
A full assortment of latest style Cloaks, octsi <
0RCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO.,.
No. 244 KING STREET.
. IOLOIH DE PAR T M EN^T'.
A supply of the Finest French, Belgian, German
English and Domestic CLOTHS. . , .
Beavers, Doeskins, Broad Cloths. Velvetlnes,
Diagonal's, Meltons, Cheviots, Corduroy, Cassi?
Ladles' Cloaking-prices guaranteed to give fall
1 case of doable - width English Waterproof
Cloth: only $1, worth $150. Call Bi time to se-.
cure lt._octal '
J^URCHGOTT,, BENEDICT & CO., . j
Nb. 244 KING STREET.
FLANNEL DEPARTM EN T.
1 case OPERA FLANNELS, only 45 and 60c.
w?rth 75c. . .. t
Red and White Flannels, from?25a up. >
l?o pair White Blankets, 10 4. at $3 60, worth $5J
100 pair White Blankets, 10-4,- Extra, at $5, worth
$7. Our Blanket 'stock being very large and
bought din ct. from the factory, it will be for the.
benefit of those In want of Blankets to give us tue
first call. _ QC31 :
J1?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT A CO.,
No.'244 KING STREET.
A full assortment of Hocker's SHOPPERS,;
Wax & Son's Balbrleans, sold at Importing prices.
100 dozen of the celebrated '.Vldctte!' Kid,
Gloves at $1, quality warranted.
The only place to get the celebrated French,
make 'T Coupe Jon vin ,m<i AlexntiderDerreat Kid
doves-?t und quality guaranteed.. .-.
A Tull linc or Trimming and Sash Ribbons; Plain,
Striped and Plaid always on hand.
25 cartoons o Black and Colored Velvet Rib?
bons, at prices to defy competition. .
A Itiil assortment of FURS on hand. oc?31
prJKCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO ,
No. 244 KINO STREET.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
60 rolls of two and three-ply CARPETS will be
sold 20 per cent, below their value.
Rugs, Maw, OU Cloths-large variety. oct3l
gT.~PETER'S SCHOOL (COLORED.)
Admitted-Oathollc children, or to be raised as
Tuition-Lower Clashes, 25c; Higher Classes,
40c, every two weeks In advance.
Teacher-Miss M DxLETlRE.
NIGHT SOHOUL, AT 7 P. M.
Admitted-Young men of any creed.
Tuition-60c. every two weeks In advance.
Teacher-Mr. E. FORNS.
FRENCH CLASS. HALF-PAST 8 P. M.
Admitted-Young ladles of any creed.
Tuition-For members of oar Day School, 26c;
for other*, iou, every txro week-? In advance. '
Teacher-Miss M. DELETTRE.
. ; A. M. FOLOHI,
noy23-12 Pastor St. Peter's Church, Principal.
ENGLISH AND GERMAN SCHOOL, No.
82 WENTWORTH STREET.-The exerctsesof
tins, ns taut lon embrace all the branches necessary
for a good English and Commercial education.
Thc hours from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M. are devoted
to Herman lessons, viz: Grammar? Speakini,
Writing and Reading. Lessons In Drawing and
Moulding every Saturday morning. The Night
School rroin 7 to 9 o'clock, ror exercises or Arith?
metic, Heading, Spelling and writing, and Orna?
mental and Mechanical Drawing ror adults.
Thc Academy is nmier my special superinten?
dence, with the assistance of Mi. J. MCDONALD,
?las J. H. ANGEL, Misa LEONHARDT, MLssJ.
Vocal Music by Professor F. BERCKHAN.
0. H. BERGMANN,
107 HENRY'S ?ET?EA-T,
No. 107 EAST BAY, ONE DOOR BELOW .BROAD
2. Oysters always fresh on hand.
8, FREE LUNOU from ha?*-past 10 o'clock
4. Meals at all hours. Dinner served from lu
to 4 P. M. . .
6. Meals served on Sunday until 2 P. M.
ft. The heat IMPORTED WINES, Liquors and
7. Only place In town for good genuine Hot
Tom and Jerry.
Give me a calL
Formerly Barkeeper at the Mills House
FLEMING'S JKO&M. CONFECTIONS,
(SANTONIN E.) . ...
They i - purely vegetable, safe and sure. The
beet in nae. For sale Ly - Dr. H. BABB,
NO. isl Meeting street,
octa " Wholesale Agent
m C?A D E 'M T,?O? Ji U ?I
A ;;. , '*?:J?
I Lessee....y^".^^s&i.UtJTBA KJJ?."
THI3 (SATURDAY) BVBN1NQ,
MARIETTA RAVEL. _?
Appearing In F?sV?r'sliehsM?nirDrama ^
THE WILD OAT,
Introducing startling Novelties and - effects.
MONDAY NIGHT, . . ."f
THE WORRELL. BURLESQUE and -
OPERA BOUFFE . - '.
THE GREAT HERNANDEZ,
LEON BROT HR RS.
AND MAMMOTH COMPANY.
Box sheet now opon.' Sea?* secured six days In
? B A L L
GERMAN FIRE COMPANY,
Will be held at their Hall, Chalmers street, on
WEDKBSDAY, November 30, ?870, at 8 o'clock P. M.
nov2o-S THE COMMITTEE."
FIRST GRAND ANNUAL BALL
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
AT, THE .- . "
HALL' OF THE' ACADEMY OF MUSIO,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 7,
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE FOLLOW?
ING COMPANIES :
Pioneer Steam Fire Company of Axmen.
Eagle Steam Fire Company. .
Vigilant Fire Company- ,., ,
Phoenix Steam Fire Company.
Charleston Hook and Ladder Company, Jio. 2.
jStna Steam Fire Company.
German Steam Fire Company.
Palmetto Steam Fire Company, _
Hope Steam Fire Company...
Washington Steam Fire Company.
Hook and Ladder Company, No. I
Young America Stearn^ Fire Company.
,, Stonewall Steam Fire Company. *
M. H. NATHAN, Chief Fire Department.
R. M. ALEXANDER. First Assistant Chief.
C. P. Al M AR, Second As -ls taut Chief.
F. L. O'NEILL, Third Assistant Chief.
B. M. ST ROB EL, Clerk or Board.
A. t. SMYTHE, W. R. MCINTOSH,
L. D. MOWRY, . Captain W. A REDLY,
J. 0. LACOSTE, Major E. WILLIS,
R. C. BARKLEY,.- J. li. ALBE RS,
HUGH FERGUSON, W. H. SMI I'H,
Captain J. M. OARaON, A. B. JARVIS,
Major G. L. BUIST, R.S.'BRUNS,
Hon. W. D. PORTER, JOHN CHADWICK,
E. D. ENSTuN, J. H. DEVEREUX,
i. H. STKINMEYER; H. B. OLNEY,
E. H. JACKSON, H.T. PE\RR,
AKCHB'LD CAMERON,. Major O. B. SIOWALD,
C. BART. non. T. Y. SIMONS,
Capt. F W. DAWSON, JAMES DUNNING,
Dr. T. R. ALDRICH, JAS. ARMSTRONG, Jr.,
T. S. 8I0WAL9; Chairman.
A J. J AG ER, Secretary and Treasurer.
< i MARION. . .. . -,
T. R. KEEGAN, . .;. H. L. CALDER,
J. DELES!.AIN, 0E0.M0NF.IL,
J. W. STEVENS, M. HARRIS,
J. P. CAHILL, . W. H. SIOWALD. ? >
_,"-, riONKBB. ... .
C. E. SUREAU, T. J. MELVIN, .
' '0. E. STEINMEYER.'
?"ii . EAGLE, i
A V. KANAPAUX, - -. J. H. STEINMEYER, ?
C H. WESTENDORFF.
J. J. O'NEILL, H. J. O'NEILL, 1 ;
A H. MOWRY.
FBCBNIX. - 1
SAMUEL WRAGG. W. M. BRUNS.
. H. F. FABER.'
HOOK AND LADDER, NO. 2. J
H. C. CON KLIN, . :.T. 0. ASTLE,
0. H. TlFf.
. T. J. LYONS, WALTER WEBB, Jr.,
H. G. OASNIQHAN. ?
T.'J. LILIESTHAL, ; 'J. L: HARBERS.
J. M. O ET G EN. ' *
. . . PALMETTO. . i "
THOMAS CORCORAN. THOMAS MILLER,
W. Hr TUOHEY;
A. B. HAIOHT. W. E. ABRAMS. ?
J. REI LY. ..
I.-, WAS?UtOTOK, *
G. F, LYNCH, M. O'MA RA, .
. '"? , *.J- QUENVER.
DOOK ANO LAUDER* KO. 1.
J. H. LOEB, JOHN DOYLE
AW." LEWIN, . J. J. CALLAHAN,
J. QUINN. .
STONED AI L
I C. W. SEIONIOUS, W. E.* JENNINGS,
* W. H. S?HIFFLEY.
Tickets can , be purchased Irom either of the
Junior Managers. novli
EO LL E R SCATING
61 V.i :AT '. '.
THE ACADEMY OP MUSIC HALL,
COMMENCING SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 1.
The assemblies, will he as follows : MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS from
4 to 6 o'clock, and TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY NIGHTS from half-past 7 to 10.
Admission to Night Assemblies SO cents; Chil?
dren 2? cents. Tickets In packages of twelve,-$3.
Use of Skates, 25 cents. -.
Afternoon Assemblies, Ladies and Children, In?
cluding uso or Sates, 25 cents; Gentlemen,.Includ?
ing nee of skates, ao ceuts,
Season tickets of admission (good for all assem?
blies during three months) for gentlemen $5;,for
ladles $3; for gentlemen and lady $7 50. .
?roceries, fiifinors, &z.
A fresh Bujpply of *
PEE K, FREAN 4. 00 '8
LONDON BISCUITS, 30 CENTS PE K POUND.
nov24-3moB JOHN HURRA MP A CO.
QORN AND OATS.
loi ooo bnahels prime old CORN
8,000 bushels prime black and white Seed
" and feeding Oats.
For sale by *
. nova ._a T- J. KERR A CO.
J1LO?R, SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
.. PORK, COFFEE, SUGAR, Ac.
J E P F 0 RDS" & G 0 .,
Nos. 17 and 19 VENDUE RANG?, OFFER AT
LOWEST MARKET RATES:
500 bbls. Fresh Ground FLOUR
25 hhds. Choice Clear Rib Sides
20 h lids. Prime amoked Shoulders
10 tierces Choice S. C. Hams
' 10 tierces Pure Leaf Lard
25 bbls. Heavy City Mess Pork
20.000 pounds Prime Dry Salt Sides
10,000 pounds Dry salt Bellies
100 aa' ka Rio corree
150 bbls. Relined Sugars
loo cases 2 and 3 lb. Fresh Tomatoes
75 cases Fre?h Peaches
loo caxes. 1 and 2 tt, Fresh Oysters.
VTEW YORK ELEPHANT BAGGING.
Rolls or the above choice heavy BAGGING,
"Elephant" brand, constantly for sale by
octifc-tnthsliuo_MOROEPA! A CO.
QPANISH CASTILE SOAP.
Just received?'rom Havana, per schooner W. H.
Steele, a lot of G naine CASTILE SOAP, of best
quality. For sale by
H 3 A. O. BARBOT, Druggist, '
nov24-thstu3_No. 48 Broad street.
TT E A T H & R I OE,
No. 9 BATNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WHISKIES, BRANDI ES, GINS, WINES, CIGARS,
Have on hand, and are dally receiving, a large
and well selected stock of the above, which they
offer on the most favorable terms.
We have s tm retained, the service* of Mr. JOB
DAWSON, who win be pleased to see his friends
scpis_ .'? _
QOAL1 COAL ! COAL?
250 tons best House' OOAL, arrived per brig
Cecelia, from Liverpool. For sale by
H. T. WALKER,
nov24 Boyce's Wharf.
ANNIS'S ACME: EYE WHI?^TES.
Messrs. H. 8. HANNIS * CO., of Philadelphia,
cvpr intent to Improve on the qualities of their
WHISKIES. eau lay olalm to prodncbig some_of
irte" Choid?Si nTthe co^nrry7aun'Tt?vingreff<lered
' the priers such os to to make them available for
every class of trade and for general use. oiler the
celebrated Acme brands of CABINET, NECTAR,
XXXX, XXX, XX and X, through us,-as their sole
.agents for this city and the State oi South Caro?
lina," ht thc most advantageous prices and terms.
,CLACIUS A WITTE, No. iso.;East Bay,
60 BARRELS ANT) 25 HALF BARRELS.OF THE
ABOVBON HAND NOW.
JQEMIJOHNS, BOTTLES AND PD? ES.
5000 DEMIJOHNS-aU~8lzes ; '
300 tir?tes Bottles
' 600 tons Pipes. '
In store, and to arrive from Europe. - For sale
by CLACIUa 4 WITTE.
g A L TP S
6000 sacks to arrive and for sale from wharf tn
lots to suit purchasers at gi 45 per sack. Drayage
to railroads or boat? icc. per sack. Guaranteed
utandard weight 210 pounds.
nov2?-smwi4- - . O KO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
EW CEOF NEWtOBLEANS
16 bblB. Choice New Crop N. O. MOLASSES '
v half bbl?. Choice New Crop ?. O. Molasses
20 kegs Choice New Crop N. O. Mottfcees. .
Just reeelved by Railroad, an 1 for sale on con?
signment by STREET BROTHERS A GO.
UOV28-3 .. . -, .. .... .i/ . . -,
?JHOICE BLACK SEED~ OATS.
200 bags Prince Edward's Island Black Seed
OATS, at $1 25 per .-bushel of St lt?<, bagsln
FLOOR-Cook A Cheeks "Choice Family,"ihado
from select'd Georgia wheat Consumers caa
depend on thls'l'lc ur as standard and ?ntfe-rm
. , m qnajity
Soper, Extra and Family Georgia and Tennessee
FLOOR,-lnijags-and barreur si
SUGAR- duraient grades from, the Maryland
R'eam Sugar ReSnery ' v
TWINE-In bales and handlea \ - "? .
LARD- Fairbant's Family, In caddies and tierces
BAKING POWOKK- Dr. Price's, assorted stees
CANULES-Werk's, In whole and half boxes.
For sale by J. it. ROBSON?
nov26-atuth3MC N B. 1 and 2 Atlantic waarf.
HE GOOD TH IN G S .
BREAKFAST, SUPPERS, L?NCHBS.
" ??'?> :. ? '? '. ?
We have opened this week for, re taning barrett
and kegs of . '
. CUCUMBER PICKLES .
. ? . i. ; i c ?. . i
Soused Tripe and Pigs? Feet .
, tl *T '- ? .. - ff..'- .. . v
Lambs'Tongues, Saur Kraut ... . .
Sounds and Ton gu as . ";; , -
Dutch Herring, Halibut Fins
New Mess and Np. l Mackerel
Pickled Salmon . ... t
Fulton Market Pickled Beef
ri FamUyPlgPork 4 J
Pickled Beef Tongues. ' '"%^?
, ' . .:. . ? -. un-: '?.vi..'..
Our patrons send lng fur any. o? the above, w Bl
please send vessey, otherwise they will be
wrapped in .paper. For shipping, we have .^tem
put np in kits and keg*v 7 '' *,
.-i. .r,-. :1 \. Wt;
. .<..*.. ? :.. "....> AJU :?.<r '"jp *v
?ii SMOKED BBSF TONO&BS3 . #?* V .
.Smote* Beef ?rr-..??
Smoked Salmon . r , t."..:.
_ Sugar-oared Breakfast -Strips Rfe$*Mp?*i
Sngar-enred Family Pig Hams-; .'
.' Oorfflsh anet Herring ****** "'
. ,.. . t . ' ,>.r r< tm ? ..Tr? *?<r.f!.;
Bologna,Sausage. H . , " u
All selected with the utmost care as to quality.
EVEBT B. BEDFORD, V" ^ *
SUCCESSOR To -t -1*--. * '
wk S. 00^^1.4,00^
nov22 . . ' , /..No. ?6 King street,
CH ft 1? T M A S - ' -OH E
?i i j mw. ; .. ?il'srtM
. . I,;?'. <: i t ?i f - -J +*i .jtiviUo
SUPPLIES POB THE flOLIOATSr*; *
'. .. ' * '?N-r'.-icv v
' ' ; - ' Toncan :p :i'fy''?,
-SAY Et; MO N-E-Y
By DeaUng?t v"
..,, ... WILSON'S FAMILY GROCERY, .
Southeast Corner Anson and Society streets.'
TBTAT DOLL A.B
THAT DOLLAR TEA " '
THAT DOLLAR TEA.''
- Greenand Blacky $1 a ponniL'- ' -.tn
' At T _WILSONjS GRQCBRy?.
C'OFFEE, ALL KINDS. GREEN,BOAST?
ED ANDGROUND. .
At ~ WILSON'S OROGRRY!
COCOA, FARINA AND CHOCOLATE,
ALL KIND , ? :
At a ?-? WILSON'S GROOBRY.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND m?
At .WILSON'S GROCERY:
UGARS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
PRICES,' - . '
At .. . . WILSON'S GROCERY.
CANNED FRUITS. PRESERVES AND
,. SPICES. ' .
At , .WILSON'S GROCERY.
POTIED MEATS - AND IMPORTED
At _WILS N'S GROCERY.
?GLISH, PICKLES, FRENCH MUS?
TARD, ITALI? NOILS,
ALMON," LOBSTKiiS. MACKEREL
AND HE K RINO, . ' *
At : WILSON'* QRQCBRY.
PEEK, FREAN & CU'S UN?iy?*LED
ENOLJg'a BISCUITS, ' ' ."?
? At . WILSON'S GROCERY.
SMOKED HAMS TONGUES, SHOULD?
At .WILSON'S GROCERY.
ALMONDS, FIGS AND FRENCH
At . WILSON'S G ROCER?...
BAISINS, CURRANT? AND CITRON,,
tlUOICE GOSHEN BUTTER; IABL^BY
; the tub, firkin or tierce. * k
At_ WILSON'S GROCERY.
CHEESES-EDAM, PINEAPPLE, ENG?
LISH DAIRY. SAPSAUO. FACTORY, STTL
T*N, IMITATION ENGLISH. Ac, Ac,.
At WILSON'S GROCERY.
J}RICES LOWER THAN THE LOWEST
SAMPLES OP TEA SENT FREE.
: - v:- . y6'?t$KU - ? v.-'l
. . -. - . .j'-^.^ra
Address Poa tom ce BOT 383, Charleston, S. Cr '
NO CHARGE FOB PACKING. ff$3t*
Ad Goods DELIVERED FREE In any Dart of the
Remember the place, .
WILSON'S GRO?BRY, ' "
Southeast Corner Anson and Society, streets,
. . Charleston, S. C.
Jp' O' T A T .0 E Si POTATO ES!
400 bbla. chelee Eating POTATOES, Goodrich's,
Jackson Whites, Ac . ~ ---??.???
For sale Bi lots to amt purchasers, by - - - .&
RA VENE L 4 HOLMES, -
novl5 No. 177 East Bay.
POTATOES I POTATOES I.
Now landing, ex brig H ea lin, at Brown A flo.'s
Wharf: . . . * ' . ~ W*
200. barrett. JACKSON WHTTH POTATOKI. Ur
One order, .witt be sold from wharf, m lot? W Wtt: