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Thursday Morning. Dec. IO. Ib68.
DANOEB 0? A COTTON MANIA.-Tho
Augusta (Qa.) Ch ron ida raises a note
of warning on the danger of too ex?
clusive 0 devotion to ootton-growing
UK .pproaching season. That paper j
"With the H tuple ut twenty-five
cents, or even twenty cents a pound,
money oau be made by plauting, pro?
vided tho planter makes his own
provisions. We incline to doubt,
' however, if money eau bo made wlieu
all the corn, long forage aud provi?
sions for the planter's family and his
laborers have to bo bought ut tho
Eresent high prices. Neither do wo
elie vo th?t much olear money eau be
made upon rented lands. When the
rent is paid; the laborer paid, tho
provisions paid for, tho loss of work
animals, and the wear aud tear of
farming implements aro paid for,
there will bo little loft to tho profit
sido of the account. Our oyo has
just fallen Upon a state merit mado in
orto of uu; State exchunges, that a
tract of land ot f>85 acres, iu Polk
County, rented for ??2 fOO, or within
a fraction of ton dollars per acre.
Thc reason why it brought so much
is stated to be, because "it is among
the best cotton places iu tho State."
Now, when the router of that place
pays for his labor and provisions,
aud then deducts from his crop $2,700 I
for rent, wo shall bo greatly surprised I
if he has a singlo dollar lull in the
way of profits." ^_
GENEBAI. GRANT ABROAD.-The
London Spectator observes: "The
years during which President Grant
occupies the White House, will clear?
ly not be 'good' times for peculators,
or for disobedient officials, or for
persons who .violently disturb tho
public peace." In alluding to his
published correspondence, Ac., it
adds: "Gen. Grant comes out in these
letters and orders, and-no, not
speeches-sayings, a soldier politician
of the best sort, a man gentle, kindly
and considerate, but with u vein of
wrath in him, a man who surveys po?
litics as he would a valley, without |
seeing every tree, but missing no
strategetio point; a soldier who is
aware that there must bo force some?
where to keep society together, buta |
politician who is determined that
force shall bo law, framed aud modi?
fied by the representatives of the peo?
ple. We congratulate the United
States on a Premier who dislikes |
waste, even when the wasteful sup?
port his party, and will put down
murderers even when they plead the
sovereign rights of States."
GAMBLING IN GERMANS ANO NEW
YOIIK.-A New York correspondent
maintains that tho gambling at Ba?
den-Baden, Germany, is not nearly
so reckless as that observable in Wall
street, New York. He alludes to au
elegant chnrch building iu tho latter
city, towards tho erection of which
ono young mau gave S40,000. This
young man owned a fine country
seaton the Hudson, an elegant es
tablishmont in New York; had his
fast team on tho road, made, it was
said, seldom less than $25,000 a day.
Thirty days ago his name was good
for any ?1 mount at the bank. His
couutry house has gone, ho has given
up his city establishment, and he has
not now money enough to buy a bug
of outs for his fust team. Erie, and
the Pacific Mail carried them uuder.
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WOMAN'S SUI-T'UAOE IN ENULA.NI>.
Tho movement in favor of women
voting is advaueing in England much
more decisively than in tho United
States. No less a man than Mr.
Gladstone has given it his approba?
tion so far that he thinks that widows
and spinsters who own property ought
to have tho right to vote upon it on
the same conditions asmen, but then
this opinion of the futon! English
premier was givcu just before, elec?
tion time, and it is just possible that
ho may lind it convenient to forget
or to ignore it by tho time he gets in
HON. JOHN Mounts SKY'S SLAT TO ni:
CONTESTED.-Mr. James M. McCar
tin, tho Republican candidate for
Congress in the Fifth Congressional
District of New York, ?it the Novem?
ber election, has inaugurated pro?
ceedings looking toward tho contest?
ing of thc election of his successful
opponent, the Hon. .fohn Morrissey.
Mr. McCurtiu bases his action ou tho
allegation that Mr. Morrissey i.-. not
an American citizen.
FINAL DECISION IN IHE FOKBEST
DiyoBOB CASE.-Under thc? final de?
cision of thc Court of Appeals, in
New York, on tho (>th, Mrs. Sinclair
recently obtained from her former
husbnud, Edwin For, cst, ?85,000
costs and hitherto unpaid alimony.
Miss Mary Wiltse, aged seventeen,
residing in tho family of Stephen
Moore, at Rochelle, Illinois, the
daughter of a respectable farmer,
committed suicide on Friday night,
by taking strychnine.
Tito Spanish press urges the con?
cession of liberal reforms for Cuba
and the settlement of tho slavery
question. Carlist movements ure or?
ganizing in thc provinces.
Tho vote on negro suffrage in Iowa
was as follows: For suffrage, 105,354;
against suffrage, 81,110.
State Leg UU? lure.
TWELFTH DAT'B PROCEEDINGS.
TUESDAY, December 8, 1868.- The
Senate assembled at 12 M., nod was
called to order by the President pro
Mr. billson uskcd and obtained
leave of absence for|four days, to at?
tend to important business.
A message was received from tho
Governor, transmitting tba report of
tho Comptroller-General, enclosing
the report of the officers of the Bank
of the State. Received as informa?
tion and referred to Committee on
Tbo House sent to the Senate a
concurrent resolutiou for the remo?
val of tho political disabilities of
Robert Black, Wm. H. Auderson,
Samuel Hale aud Joel Farmer. Re?
ferred to the Special Committee on
Mr. Allen presented the accounts
of Long <fc Burnham, and K. D.
Long, for medical services rendered.
Mr. Arnim presented the account
of B. Lockwood, for services render?
ed as teacher. Referred to the Com?
mittee on Education.
Mr. Corbin, from thc Committee
on tho Judiciary, to whom was re?
ferred a bill to amend an Act enti?
tled "An Act to organize townships
and defino their powers aud privi?
leges," reported back the same, with
a recommendation that the bill do lie
upon the table. Ordered for consi?
Mr. Allen, from the Committee on
Roads, Bridges and Ferries, to whom
was referred the petitions of F. E.
McKenzie and others, relative to a
bridge across the .Saluda River at
Grove Station; of sundry citizens of
Oconee, relative to tho opening of a
road from Walhalla to Oconee Sta?
tion; of the same to open a road from
Jocassoe to Walhalla; of Salles Ran?
dall, of Barnwell County, for change
of a road; and of W. A. Eastcrlin,
of Oraugoburg, for change of a road;
reported back the same, with a re?
commendation that inasmuch as thc
subject of these petitions comes
clearly within tho jurisdiction of th<
County Commissioners of the several
Counties, the Committco be dis
charged from the further consideru
tion of the .same. Ordered for con
sideration to morrow.
Mr. Jillsou, from the Special Com
mittee on the Removal of Pol?tica
Disabilities, to whom was referred
the petitions of Hon. John C. Hope
of Lexington, aud Joseph B. Helhir
of Newberry, reported back tin
same, with a recommendation thu
tho Sonata do adopt a concurren
resolution, recommending to tho Con
gross of thc United States tho re
moval of the political disabilities o
the petitioners. Ordered for consi
Mr. Hayes, from the Coiumitto
on Claims, submitted the reports o
that committee on the following: Ol
the accounts of Drs. R. W. Gibbe
and R. G. Montgomerj-, for post mor
tem examinations (favorable.) Or
dered for consideration to-morrow.
Mr. Wright introduced a bill t
repeal the charter of ibo town ?:
Beaufort, S. C. Received its lira
readiug, and was ordered for consi
Mr. Corbin introduced a r?solu
tion, which was agreed to, that th
military orders respecting juries, i
force by virtue of Section 8, of a
Act entitled "Au Act to regulato th
practice of the Circuit Court in ce;
tain cases," be printed in tho no
edition of the laws recently ordere
to be printed.
Mr. Jillsou introduced a rcsoli
tion, which was agreed to, that
Special Committee of Three bo a]
pointed by tho President, to inquil
into tho affairs and couditiou ot til
Cedar Spring Deaf, Dumb and Blin
Asylum, Spartanburg County, an
to report thereon. Messrs. Jillsoi
Foster aud Lunney were appointe
Report and resolution from tl
Board of County Commissioners i<
Richland County, were read and r
ferred to the Committee on lueorp
Resolution to elect a SUindii
Committee ol' Five on County Ollie
ami Officers, was read and agreed I
The Senate proceeded to the ole
tion, viva not?e, of a Standing Coi
mittee on Offices and Officers, win
Messrs. Arnim, Buck, Allen, ('orb
and Lunney were elected.
Resolution relative to the roiuov
of politieal disabilities, was refern
to the proper committee.
Bill to incorporate the Ashl
Bridge Company, was taken up f
consideration, received ils secoi
reading, and referred to the Coi
mitt eu on the Judiciury.
A bill to amend au Act entitl
"An Act to amend the law in relati
to recording mortgages, and to reg
late tho lien thereof," received
second reading, was considered
sections, and ordered to bo engro
ed by engrossed for a third readit
A bill (noni tho House) to fae;
tate the drawing of jurors in tl
State, received its second rendit
und was referred to tho Commitl
on tho Judiciary.
Report of Committee on Clair
on thc accounts of Dr. A. W. Kl
nody, for arrearage o? saiary ns S
goon of tho Arsenal Academy,
Columbia, from 1st Januar}', 1804,
31st December, 1804, and B.
Knight, for services as burser to I
State Military Academy. Tbo rep
and bill were Inia on the table.
Tho question waa tb eu taken on
agreeing to thc report of the Com?
mittee on the account of Dr. A. W.
Kennedy for services rendered priso?
ners io jail. Decided in tho affirma?
tive, and tho report ordered to be
neut to the House of Regreseatatives.
Report of Committee on Claims,
on accouut of Dr. Henry F. Heriot,
of Georgetown, 8. C., was read,
agreed to, and ordered to bo sent to
tho House of Representatives.
Tho Senate adjourned at 2.30
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Tho House met at 12 M. Tho
Speaker took the Chair. Prayer by
Rev. li. James.
Mr. Sasportas, from th e.Committee
on Engrossed Acts, reported us duly
and correctly engrossed for a third
reading, a bill to regulate the distilla?
tion of spirttuons liquors in this
State. Laid over for a third reading.
Mr. Whipper, from thc Committee
on the Judiary, reported (unfavora?
bly) on the petition of Jehu W.
Staggers for change of name. Re?
ceived as information, and committee
Also, (favorably,) ou a bill to pun?
ish sheriffs and other officers for vio?
lation of thc homestead law. The
report was laid on the table to take
up tho bill, which was laid over for
a8Ccoud reading. Also, ou n resolu?
tion of instruction to report a bill
prohibiting the licensing of eock-pits
in this State, and recommended the
indefinite postponement of the reso?
lution, which was adopted.
Mr. Jeuks introduced a resolution,
that tho lato official reporter of the
House of Representatives ba hereby
authorized to prepare the proceedings
of the lato special session for publica?
tion, in his own way, aud tr? illibii
nato, from the record all the pub?
lished portions of the journal which
have not been subjects of discussion.
Mr. S. J. Lee introduced a r?solu?
tion, that a special committee bc ap?
pointed to inquire what members
have not reported nt this session, and
tho reason for not so doing. Adopt?
Mr. Hyde introduced a bill tc
amend an Act eu titled "Au Act tc
lease tho State Hoad, running from
tho County of Greenville, in the State
of South Carolina, across the Salndu
Mouutain, to the County of Hender
son, in North Caroliun." Head lb(
first time, and referred to the Com
mittee on the Judiciary.
Mr. \V. H. Jones introduced a bii
to amend au Act to license coi tail
persons herein named to act as pilots
and to pr?vido the terms upon whicl
they shall hcrceafter be licensed
Read the firot time, and referred t?
the Committee on the Judiciary.
Mr. Waller introduced a bill to re
new the charter of Hemingway':
Ferry, over thc Waccamaw River
Read the first time, aud referred ti
the Committee on Incorporations.
Mr. Feriter introduced a r?solu
tiou, that when this General Asse m
bly adjourns, it will adjourn on Sa
turday, the 19th instant, at ?5 o'clocl
P. M., to moot again on Wednesday
the 4th day of January, 18b'.), at 1
M. : Provided, That no per diem o
mileage be allowel to any member ci
other attaeho of this General A:
sembly during the period of sue
adjournment. Laid on thc table b
a vote of 18 yeas to 28 yeas-absei
and not voting 15.
The Senate sent several mcssag<
relativo lo the appointment of spccii
committees; also, with concurrenci
a resolution to appoint a Committe
to inquire if any other building ca
bo obtained sufficient for the nccon
modation of the General Aasembl;
Also, with concurrence, a tesolutic
that the several military orders sp
citied in au Act entitled "An Act I
quiet rights vested under miiitni
orders" be printed, to tho extent <
fifteen hundred copies. Also, \vil
concurrence, a resolution appoint?t:
a com mitt 30 to report the number
attaches necessary for the Genci
Mr. Turner presented thc petith
of George W. H. Legg, of Sparta
burg County, praying removal
political disabilities. Referred to ti
Committee on Disabilities.
Mr. O'Connell introduced a resol
tii>ii, which was agreed to, that it 1
referred to the Committee on Wfl
and Means to inquire what legislate
may bo necessary to compel Conn
Treasurers, or other officers engagi
in the collection of taxes, to rep.:
what amount of bills receivable
this State and in United States ci
roney, and to make return of t
same tinder oath. Ho also iuti
duced a concurrent resolution, tl
a Special Committee, consist ;<o^
-of tho Senate and throe of '
House, be appointed, to consider a
report a plan whereby the man uh
turo of cotton and othor staples ni
bo promoted within tho limits of tl
State, and whether it may bo uec
sary or advisable to extend *ho fa
aud crodit of tho Stato to tho do
lopuient of manufacturing cnt
prises, and if so, in what manner n
to what extont such credit may
made available for tho purpose. J
ferred to tho Committee on Agrie
Mr. Tomlinson movod that tho :
port enclosed in Governor's Messt
No. 3 i>o referred to the Commit
on Ways and Moans. Agreed to.
A (Senate) bill accepting tho do
tion of land to the State of Soi
Cnroliun for the endowment of af
cultural colleges, was read the seoond
time, and ordered to be engrossed
for a third reading.
A bill to regulate tbe distillation of
spirituous liquors in this State was
taken ap, and put upon ita third
reading, passed and sont to tho Se?
A bill to incorporate the Calvary
Baptist Church, of the city of
Charleston, was put upon its second
reading, slightly amended und order?
ed to bo eugroased for a third read?
A joint resolution to pay S. Lt.
Leaphart, lato Comptroller-General,
$184.93 for extra services during tbe
mont hs of July und August, 18G8,
was read the Hist time, and ordered
to a second reading.
A bill (Senate) to renew the char?
ter of the Camden Independent Fire
Engine Company, was read the se?
cond time, and ordered to be engross?
ed for a third reading.
A concurrent resolution, requiring
County Commissioners to make a
report to the Attorney-General whe?
ther they have complied with the
provisions of an Act entitled "Au
Act to define the jurisdiction and du?
ties of County Commissioners," was
laid on the table.
A joint resolution for the relief of
E. W. Olli ver was read the first time,
ami laid over for a second reading.
The Senate sent to this House a
concurrent resolution ns the opinion
of the Senate, that it is inexpedient
and improper for any individual to
be appointed to, or to hold, moro
than one County office at the same
time, and that the Governor bo re?
spectfully requested to conform bis
action to this opinion. And that the
concurrence of the House be request?
ed. Laid on thc table.
Mr. Doyle obtained leave of ab?
sence for live days, and Mr. C. 1).
Hay no for two days.
On motiouof Mr. Hyde, a bill to
prescribe the manner in which all
debts contracted prior to May 1,
J.8bT?, shall be collected in this State,
was taken up from the table, but
without action, House adjourned at
2 30 p. m.
Mu. EDITOR: Tho fair, which was
Riven by the ladies of Columbia, for
the benefit of the Ursuline Nuns,
has been a perfect success-realizing
$551, a much larger sum than could
have been expected ill our present
I wish lo express, on the part of
those ladies, their mu ny aud sincere
thanks to the kind friends, who have
come forward on this interesting oc?
casion, and assure them of the
only acknowledgment now in the
power of the nuns to make, viz:
"earnest prayer that the Giver of all
good gifts, may bestow a hundred?
fold on their friends and benefac?
tors." It is to be devoutly wished
that, by some appropriation or other?
wise, this able corps of lady teachers,
whose lives are devoted to education
of young girls; should soon be placed
in a position to secure to societ}- such
an institution as they conduct, aud
on a larger scale. Wo have visited
thc Ursulines of Quebec-tho mother
bouse in this country-where they
have COO students, aud would like to
see such an institution here.
San Francisco, according to its di?
rectory, contained iu tfuly, 180S, an
estimated population of 117,000 souls,
of whom 15,000 were white minor
children, tho males being under 21,
aud the females under 18. The num?
ber of females over 18 is estimated at
Large quantities of counterfeit
greenbacks have been put in circula?
tion recently, in South-west-Missouri.
On Wednesday, Ferr}' Randolph, a
heavv operator, was arrested in Kan?
sas City with SIG,000 of tho fniso pa?
per on his person.
B ? I S T ' S
Cl EN CINE
These are reliable. For salo hv
E. E. JACKSON,
Dec to ii Plain street.
Smoking and Ghcwing Tobacco.
8BOXES ROSE BUD, v. ry tine,
4 boxes Commonwealth, very line,
,M I boxes Dew Drop, very tine,
'2 cases puro Virginia Leaf Smoking To?
bacco, half and whole boxes.
Dec ld Main street, rear Post Office.
QCHWJTZER Limberger aud German
O H AND CHEESE.
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
Du: Kl Main street, near Post Office
WE offer the finest collection of GOODS,
at wholesale, ever offered in the
State, at prices to meet any market in thc
State. Our retail department is replete
with rich and handsome goods.
Dee 10 3 R. C. SHIVER.
Wines and Liquors.
STOCK unusually full of tho choicest
brands SCOTCH WHISKEY, French
Brandy, Kentucky and Corn Whiskey,
Champagno, Claret, Rhine WincB. Sherry.
Madeira and Port Wines. For salo at
lowest prices, accord.ru- to quality.
Deo If)_ GEO. SYMMTSRS.
Oranges and Lemons.
fC AAil1Nr>lAN RIVER FLORIDA
DivJU" " ORANOES.
10,000 imported Lemons.
Pecans, Filberts and Almonds. For salo
by G?O. 8YMMERS.
FIRE.-About 2 o'clock yesterday
morning, a fixe was discovered in the
two-story building, on Gervais street,
jost beyond tho Charlotte Railroad,
knownas the Randolph house,owned,
we believe, by a Mr. Douglas. The
building was unoccupied, aud the fire
was doubtless the work of au incen?
diary. Tho li reinen were out, but
owing to the want of water, their
services won? of no avail.
ELECTIONS BY THE LEGISLATIVE.
On the first ballot, yesterday, R. B.
Carpenter Esq., formerly Register in
Bankruptcy, was elected Judge of
the First Circuit. There were seve?
W. J. McKinley, nt present a mem?
ber of the House, was elected as Re?
gister of Mesue Convoj-anco for
Charleston County. He is an intelli?
gent colored man, highly respected
by all who are acquainted with him.
RAILROAD ACCIDENTS.-A freight
train ran off the track above New?
berry, yesterday morning, nud de?
tained the passenger train an hour.
At Frog Level, a stick of wood, acci?
dentally dropped ou the track, wai
unnoticed by the engineer of th?
down passenger train, and the loco
motive was thrown off-eausiug a
further detention of several hours.
Very little damage. The train ar?
rived last night abo,it S o'eloek.
NEW COMMANDANT AT COLUMBIA.
Colonel Milton Cogswell, late acting
Mayor iu Charleston, it is stated, hal
been assigned to the command of thii
FAST AND CHEAT- PKINTING. - Wi
have just added a fast card press-o
the Degener ? Weiler patent-to thc
machinery of the Phaniix office; am
have also made additions to our stool
of fancy type, cards, paper, etc
Persons in want of any styles o
book and job printing, are invited ti
call and examine samples and prices
Cards printeil at shortest notice, am
at prices varying from ?:'> to ?510 pe
UNITED STATES CIRCCIT COURT I O:
SOUTH CAROLINA, November term
1808, Hon. George S. Bryan, Distric
Judge, presiding. Court opened n
10 o'clock A. M. The,! jurors ar
swered to their names, as on prev:
The Judge continued calling th
Issue Docket, and assigned days fe
trial of those cases in which partit
INQUIRY DOCK ET.
Phillips, Bliss k Co. rs. Dannel
Bell & Co. William Elliott, plait
tiffs' attorney. Judge decreed di
mages at $875.GC for plaintiffs.
In tho following cases the jury rei
dered verdicts fur plaintiffs ns fo
lows: 1). S. Winebrenner rs. H. (
Mark. F. W. McMaster, plaintiff
attorney. Verdict ir542.90. Coffii
Lee Sz Co. rs. Samuel brown. Joh
B. Moore, plaintiffs' attorney. Ve
William F. Mooro rs. James I
McCallman aud Barnard Early,
mouton k Barker, plaintiff's atto
noys. Brewster A Spratt, defendant
attorneys. Verdict for plaint
William D. Dickey rs. James Ne
bitt. Sullivan & Stokes, plaintif
attorneys. Perry k Perry, defe
dani's attorneys. Verdict for plai
Li re A. J. k T. J. Teague. Jud
approved of appointment of Z. )
Carwile as assignee.
In re Moses Winstock, ex parte ]
B. Clafiin & Co. Melton A McLui
pro. pet. Ordered that examin?t]
of bankrupt be had before this Coi
on 15th December. 18t'?s.
Ex narie W. E. Clary. Petition I
final discharge. Jones k Jones p:
pet. Upon favorable report of ?
gister Summer, Judge ordered a e
titicate of discharge under seal
F.z parte John G. Baker. Petiti
for final discharge. Asher D. Coln
pro. pet. Order of reference to
ii. Carpenter, Register.
Kr parte M. A. Hunnicutt. Pc
tion to ame,oI schedule. Reed
Brown, pro. pct. On motion of i
licitors pro. pot., petition granted.
In re Richard V. Gist. Petition
final discharge. James M. Baxt
pro. pet. Order of refcreuco to 1
gister Summer, ?Vc.
Ex parte Isaac Herl < rt. Petiti
for final discbarge. Order of ref
ence to Register Summer and iii
hearing to bo held beforo this Co
on 4th January, 18G9.
In re William Summer, A. W. i
dor, A. A. Pollock, William L. L
gett, Harris R. Eastorling, ex pc
United States of America. Petit:
to establish priority of lions. D.
Corbin, pro. pot. Action r?serv?e
There being no further busin
for consideration, the Court adjou
ed till to-morrow, 10 o'clock A. M
* General Tom Thumb and wife,
Commodore Nutt and Miss Minnie
Warren, the renowned dwarfs, will
hold levees and give entertainment)
in Gregg's Hall, on the 19th.
C.\3H.-Our terms are strictly cash.
If an advertisement is to be inserted,
hand over the money; if a paper is
subscribed for, tho money must ac?
company the order-otherwise no
attention will be paid to them. Thia
is a rule which, will be adhered to.
ANOTHER TKEAT IN STORK.-Stone
it Murray's great circus troupe will
pitch their teutin Columbia on tho
26th. All who visited them when
they last appeared here will be suie
to call again, and induce their friends
to follow suit.
congratulate Messrs. Agnew & Co.,
the worthy successors of Hitohcock,
in the proprietorship of the popular
Btablcs, on Assembly street, on tho
acquisition of a new, handsome and
exceedingly comfortable "buss" to
their rolling stock. The ornamental
work on the new instititution was
performed by our tow.isman, Mr.
James Milne, and is exceedingly cre?
ditable to his ability as an artist and
expert. Messrs. Agnew & Co. have
done a great deni since their succes?
sorship to Hitchcock, to show they in
tend to supply the wants of Columbia
in their line of business; and we aro
perfectly satisfied that their efforts
will not go unrewarded) even in the
pecuniarily depressed condition of
our community. We suggest to them
a good old Latin motto for their
adoption. It may not be convenient
to their patrons if literally followed,
but it will certainly be profitable to
them: Jam forte in omnibus.
MAH, ARRANGEMENTS.-The post
office open during the week from 8}.j
a. m. to G p. m. On Sundays, from
4 to 5 p. m.
The Charleston and Western mail*
are open for delivery at 5 p. m., and
close ats1;, p. m. Charleston night
mail open H'.j a. m., close 4,V?' p. m.
Northern-? )p in for delivery at
a}? a. m., clo.- . at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery 5
p. m., closes at bi}? p. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special at
teution is called to the following ad?
vertisements, published for the Grst
time this morning:
Fisher & Heiuitsh-Pure Ground
Stone & Murray's Circus.
P. Cantwell-Pig Hams.
Geo. Syminers-Newark Cider, Sec.
ll. C. Shiver-New Goods.
J. C. Seegers-Tobacco, &c.
E. H. Jackson-Onion Sets.
Newark Cider-First of the Season.
215BLS. for bule, on draught, by
Dec 10 GEO. SYMMERS
4URLS, extra fine New York PIG HAMS,
2 bbla. BAC ON STRIPS, just received
and for ?ale at P. CANTWELL'B,
Doc 10 1 Main street.
Pure Ground Spices for Family Use
TO obtain a puro article of Popper, Gin
ger, Cinnamon and SPICES generally,
in a gronud state, ht to use, has been a
very difficult matter heretofore. The sub?
scribers have now in storo Ground Spices,
of warranted puritv and superiority. No
one need hesitate to buy thc Ground Spices
from their store -they are just what is
wanted in every family--a puro Ground
Spice, ready for usc.
Ground Pepper, Mace, Tapioca,
Ginger, Nutmegs, Uroma,
'. Spice, Chocolate,
" Cinnamon, Cox's Gelatine,
" Cloves, English Mustard,
For mle bv FISHER & HEINITSH.
Dee 10 * _Druggists.
Ii HE Largest and Rest Seloction of Rod?
gers', Wostcnhohn's, and Needham's
POCKET AND PEN KNIVES.
Razors and Razor Strops.
KODGERS', Wade and butcher's, am!
Wostcnholm's very best RAZORS and
Emerson's best STROP.
THE Largest and Rest Assortment <?r
English and French RR?SHES-souio
IriNQLISH and French, Extra Largo and
[i Strong, of tho very beat qualitv
Sholl, Buffalo and Rubber COME*.
Best Selection of Extra Fine En,;
. lish and French BRUSHES to be found
-warranted to last from 1 to 3 years.
Tine Extracts and Toilet
Lubin's Fine Extract*.
BROWN WINDSOR SOAP, Toilet Tow
der, Gorman Cologne, French Pomade,
Hair Oils-with every variety of Article
especially adapted for tho Toilet.
No better selection to bo found. Just
Dec 10 timo* At E. POLLABD'8.