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-Gold closed in Ne? York yesterday doll
and lower at 84j.
-Cotton, at New York, closed firm; sales
3800 bales, at 24?.
-In Liverpool cotton closed finn and slight?
ly nigher, with sales of 12,000 bales; uplands
10Jd; Orleans lld.
-Colonel Wm, JL Halsey has been nomina?
ted for Mayor by the Democrats of Atlanta.
-A claim against the City of New Orleans for
fil,OOO for damages dnrirg the recent riots
bal been presented.
-That, very clever, facile and sensational
writer, Miss Braddon, bas joined the staff of
the Saturday Review.
-The custom of searching baggage at Gal?
veston, in transit from Brownsville to Now Or?
leans, has been abolished.
-.California proposes to bold a WorW's Fair
.nl870, and the Pacific Railioad agrees to car?
ry passons ira at half fare.
- A Texas paper asserts that not a town in
that State, except Galveston, uses anything
except gold sod silver.
-General Sickles, previous to the election,
wrote to a gentleman in Ohio: "Do not regard
me ns a rash man when I tell you that New
York is as sure for Grant as Ohio." 2he Gen?
eral missed bis guess that time.
-Secretary McCnllocb says that under m
circumstances^would be remain in office afier
-tho fourth of March, and that bis only desire
is to hoad over the department to his BUCCOSS- J
or in tho best possible condition.
-It is stated, on what appears to be good au?
thority, that Archbishop Manning and Bishop
Ullathorne will soon be made cardinals, and
Bishop Batterson will be made Archbishop of
Glasgow and Primate of all Scotland.
-Californians expect to make the journey
from San Francisco to New York by rail next
fourth of July, and tho wonderful pro?
gress of the Pacific Road encourages us to bopo
that their expectations may be realized.
-The -uarehioness of Hastings is rather
better off than she was with her husband alive,
as she has a large _dowry, ia only twenty-six
"years~oi?, ?Kt can mourn luxuriously until she
SCCS fit to marry again.
-The Dcserei News, Mormon organ at Salt
Lake City, thinks that the lessons of the recent
earthquakes is that the people should adopt I
Mormonism, polygamy and the prophecies of J
-The Louisxille Democrat has been sold t? j
-Jphn E. Hatcher, a well known Southern jour- f
nabst, and W. Henry Perrin, lato Secretary of
the Journal, will bo tho publisher. Hatcher
will bo the managing editor. The paper will j
-A family in Wilmington, N. C., has had,
within the last twelve months, two marriages,
two births and two deaths-a strange ad- J
?mixture of the joys and sorrows, the smiles
and tears, the happiness and misery of this
-The Richmond Whig, which is controlled
now by a liistmRtiished gentleman who was
one of its proprietors when John Hampden
?Pleasants was its chief editor, declares, in its
issue pf Saturday, that it believes that the
bulk of. tho'people of Virginia would be willing
to extend the right of suffrage to negroes.
-There are symptoms of a reaction in
?Spain. Five hundred and sixteen ladies of
Madrid have presented an address to the
President of the Council requesting the pre?
servation of the churches which have bean
-ordered to be pulled down, and also the main?
tenance of other religious establishments.
-The Baltimore American says that General
Grant has already, in private conversation, ex?
pressed the hope- that tho adoption of an
amendment to the constatation proclaiming
universal suffrage, without distinction of race
.or. color, will be one of tte first aots of tho ap?
proaching session of Congress.
-Congressman Dickey and Hon. E. Mc?
Pherson arc engaged in winding up tho affairs
of the late Thaddeus Stevens. They find only
enough personal property to pay his debts,
and his real estate consists of a bouse in Lan?
caster, estimated al $15,000, and bis iron fur?
nace property, estimated at from $50,000 to
-The Richmond Dispatch says: "Many in?
quiries are made as to whether Mr. Davis will
have to appear before the United States Cir?
cuit Court ou the fourth Monday of this
month. Snch is the 'condition of his recog?
nizance, but it is by no means certain that ho
will personally appear. If Mr. O'Conor and
Mr. Evarts, who represent respectively the
accused and the government, deem his per?
sonal appearance necessary, it is agreed
that he shall be informed by telegram ?over
-We find the following paragraph going tho
rounds of the Northern papors: "Of tho nine?
teen million acres of laud in the State of Sooth
Carolina, only one-fourth is under cultivation.
The remainder, some foui teen million fivo hun?
dred thousand, is mainly in primeval forest.
Fully half of the 4,000,000 now under quasi cul?
tivation is for sale, somo cf it oven as low as
one dollar per acre, and ranging from that up
to twenty dollars. Good farms have, within
the year, sold as low as three dollars per acre,
aud, in certain ca9es, even below that."
-A correspondent of the Chicago Tribune
says : "The grado of General will be filled by
Grant, unless Mr. Johnson is ^ungracious
enough to wish to take a chance at it, but it is
not probable that ho will find any of tho great
Major-Generals wiling to take his commission.
So will a promotion be made to the Lieutenant
Generalcy, and I incline to the belief that Gen?
eral Grant will follow tho course o. his judg?
ment, and nominate General Thomu. I was
in a group of army officers tho other day, ail
of them attached to tho person of Grant, and
they expressed the assured opinion that Grant
would no; only fill tho grado of General when
it became vacant, but would advise against
abolishing it, unwilling to tako tho position
that he is the only soldier worthy of such exal?
-The United States Minister at Paraguay,
Mr. Washburn, has got into an ugly scrape
with President Lopez. It appears that Lopez
charges him with having entered into the con
spiracy for bis assassination, and received
therefor the comforab'e little sum of $140,000.
Tbe Foreign Secretary, Berger, who waa one
of the conspirators, and who has turned State's
evidence, testifies to the fact; and a letter, pur?
porting lo be from one of the United States
legation, Porter C. Bliss, admitting the charges
against Washburn, is adduced in confirmation.
It is said, on behalf of Washburn, that this
letter was extorted by torture, sud that Bliss,
in letters to his friends, denies all the allega?
tions. As Lopez is not a man to be trifled
with, after he heard this tale, bo did not pay
much respect to the sanctity of the Ambassa?
dor, who found it convenient to leave prompt?
ly. As the flag has been insulted, an American
war vessel has gone up the river to look after
-The influential position of Archbishop of
Canterbury has been conferred upon Bishop
Tait, of London. In tho present political agi?
tation, Br. Tait, like all the Anglican Bishops
of Groat Britain and Ireland, is an opponent of
Mr. Gladstone's bill for tho disestablishment of
the Irish Church. In religious questions bc is
regarded as a moderate Broad Churchman,
who is in favor of allowing to every party in the
church the greatest liberty. On this ground
ho has repeatedly opposod the measures taken
by the English Church against Dr. Cohnso, as
well as the severity whioh in many dioceses is
shown to the Ritualista. He is an ardent
champion of the connection between church
andState, and strenuously opposes the movo
mont toward the sclf-governmont of the church
in questions purely ecclesiastical, of which the
late Archbishop was an avowed partisan. Dr.
Tait is distinguished for his theological loarn
ning, having received his theological educa?
tion partly at tho Goiman University.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1868.
Agriculture and Manufactures.
"A Charlcstonian" estimates that the
value of our exports from Charleston this
year will be about twenty-seven million of
dollars, or forty per cent, more than the
total exports of the City of Baltimore.
The estimate of our correspondent is as
Upland Cotton 210,000 bales at 21c. .$21,168,000
Sea Island Cotton 10,000 bales at 75c. 2,250,000
Naval Stores. 300,000
Rice 24,000 tierces at 8c. 1.152.000
Cotton Goods and Domestics. 2.200,000
Vegetables and Fruit. 190,000
Hides and Skins. 110,000
Kaolin Clay and Phosphate Rocks.. 165.000
Wheat. Corn and Flour. 110,000
Cotton Seed, Peas, Pindars, &c. 50,000
Old Rags. ? 80 000
Old Iron, Uoppen, Lead, kc_ _ 475,000
Pig Iron. 75,000
Commissions and shippin ; charges
OD above. 1,000.000
Total value of exports.$29,700,000
We cannot concur in all the conclusions
reached by our correspondent; but, not?
withstanding the looseness and inexacti?
tude which must characterize such esti?
mates as that which is now before us, it is
still np.-arent that our exports this year
"W?rbe'sufficiently large to warrant the be?
lief tlmt Charleston will maintain and im?
prove her position as the great shipping
port of the southeastern coast.
It must, however, be borne iu mind that
the exports at this point do not show the
true progress of the Stale. Cotton, in par- ,
ticular, is brought from even Mobile and
Memphis to our waters, and other articles
of export show less the productive power
of South Carolina than tho effort which has
been made to give Charleston the command
of the shipping trade of the South and
Southwest. The mere production of cotton,
rice and cereals, and the mere shipment of
lumber, phosphates and naval stores, will
not oause the abundant prosperity which
we desire; for the improvement in our gen?
eral condition depends in a greater degree
upon the development of our manufactures
than upon the amount of our raw produce.
At the present time, tho cotton of South
Carolina is manufactured in the North and
in England, and is brought, back iu its man?
ufactured state, at a price which must cover
the cost of shipment to and fro, the com?
missions of the broker, and thc profit of the
mill-owner and the merchant. Our lumber
is sent to New England, thereto form thc
frame-work of the stout ships which carry
our agricultural wealth to the foreign or
domestic maiket. Naval stores likewise
find their consumers at a distance from our
shores, and even our phosphate earths must
be manipulated in a Northern State, before
they-eau be used to quicken the fertility
aud increase the fecundity of the bosom of
our mother State. So. far we have beena
producing and not a manufacturing people,
and the favorable results which have been
attained by the few factories already estab?
lished here, only show how much more re?
mains to be done if we would turn to the
best account thc natural riches with which
our State is blessed.
Of course, it is not easy to overthrow the
traditions and customs of a life time; but
in revolulionary days men become ductile
and malleable, permitting themselves to be
forced by circumstances into' that form
which is most surely advantageous. And
if they steadily remember how much is lost
in the one article of cotton by producing
it in this State and manufacturing it hun?
dreds of miles away, they will not cease striv?
ing until a mill has been erected and is in
operation in every county of South Caro?
lina. If cotton is made up in the district
in which it is grown, the cost of carriage
to market is saved as well as the commis?
sions of shippers and dealers. Tho cost of
labor is less than in New England, the ex?
pense of living is uot nearly as high, and
wheu tho manufactured goods leave the
mill they have already found a market.
The producer of cotton buys his cloths at a
low price, and tho profit of tho manufac?
turer and the wages of thc operatives re?
main in the Slate, and are spent or invested
in it, instead of going to swell thc wealth
of the mill-owners and merchants of tho
North. And whatever may not bo needed
for domestic consumption can be forwarded
to another market, there to compete with
goods made out of a more costly raw mate?
rial and manufactured at a greater expenso.
The argument which holds good in regard
to collen applies wiih equal force io nav^l
stores, phosphates, lumber, kaolin, buhr
stones, and miscellaneous produc? not used
for food; and every day makes it more plain
that if we wish to turn to the best accjuut
our natural advantages, and to obtain thc
largest practicable returns from our pro.
duce, we mast look upon agriculture as the
handmaid of manufactures, and determine
to do for ourselves and oar own benefit the
work now done by others for their own
profit and advantage. We have the land,
the climate and the labor. We want the
cotton factory, the lumber mill and the la?
boratory. These things can be had and will
be had-if we realize their necessity, their
value, and the fact that without them we
are annually pouring into the pockets of
the North millions of dollars which arc
sadly needed by the producers and mer?
chants of our State.
We have received from John Russell, of
King-street, a parcel of new publications
by the well known houtic of D. Appleton &
Co., New York.
1. INTRODUCTION to LATIN COMPOSITION.
By Professor Albert Harkness. This is a
work which occupies an intermediate place
between the '-Grammar" and the "Compo?
sition" of tne same author, and is marked
by the clearness and thoroughness which
have made Professor Harkness a favorite.
2 MENTAL SCIENCE. A Compendium
of Psychology and the History of Philoso?
phy. By Alexander Bain, ll. A This
treatise c atains a systematic exposition of
Mind, and a history of the leading ques?
tions in mental philosophy. The author
has a high reputation in Europe as au orig?
inal inquirer and an expositor of tho most
advanced views. His work on the Senses
and the Intellect, rind that upon the Emo?
tions and Will, have been widely read, and
his works h&ve now the leading place in
the teaching of mental philosophy in Great
^3. THE PLAID WAVERLET. Quintin Dur?
ward and Percival of the Peak are now
published as volumes of the "Plaid" edi?
tion of the Waverley Novels. The print is
small but clear, the frontispieces are well
drawn, and the price is twenty-five cents
for a volume containing one novel com?
CHARLES DICKERS. Thc fourth volume
of Appleton's library edition of the works of
Charles Dickens contains. Dombey & Son,
Old Curiosity Shop, Hard Times, and addi?
tional Christmas fitori?s. It is character?
ized by the neatness of appeaiance, ricli
?ess of binding, and quaintness of illustra?
tions, which were noticed in the preceding
volumes of th'e ?cries.
MARUTATT'S WORKS. The "Cannon Ball"
scries af Marryatt's works, commonly called
the People's edition, is sold at fifty cents a
volume. Tho last volume out is "Frank
Mildmay, cr the Naval Officer," which is
.?ell known as beiug a worthy companion
of "Peter Simple" and "Midshipman
Sasy." The edition is printed.ou good
paper, in clear and large type.
IN 7HS REVIEW of the Sermons of Henry
iVard Beecher, in THE NEWS of yesterday,
"rivalled by many in intellect and elo?
quence, surpassed by none in learning and
"logic," should have been "rivalled by
"many in intellect and eloquence, surpass?
ed by more in learning and logic."
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November 19 Imo
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Paris and has ugain located in Chatios on, prepared
to do all work tu his business, such as LAYING OU C
GARDtNS, Trimminj; Fruit, Ornamental and shade
Trees, bhiubs. Grape Vines, kc, m the best and
most upproved niunuer, and ut the lowest pricer
Ho asks these wanting such work dono to loa ve an
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Ho. 328 King-street, and he guarantees to give full
He is allowed to refer to Messrs James H. Eason,
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D. Eason, and Benjamin F. Evans.
AIKEN, S. C.-LIBERAL, OKFKR.
'1 he Proprietor of a largo new House ot four?
teen rooms, au.i all with tirep'aoes, is induced by
tho iruiuber cl applicants tor Private Board ia;, and
by thc assurance that there atc yet u large number
of pcr?ons on their way to Attn in search of heal h,
to offer to matoo liberal arrangement with a Gentle?
man or Lady experience ) in the businoss lo opeu
ibo nouse for the above purpose The Houso waa
located, built and arranscd expwarty for this object;
lot extensive and outbuildings commodious.
Apply to FREDERICK A. FORD.
AUoruoy at Law, AikeD, s. C.
November 17 tu fm 3
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Address, stating terms, fcc, "M. S"" BOX No. 386,
Charleston, s. C. November 3
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WRITER OE SKETCHES. POETRY. Ac. Address
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October 8 _
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Il ?SAID VAL.-DKS. PKIOLKAU II AVE
I remo.od their office and Rcsld-ncc to No. 121
WE.NTWO?TIi-siREEt, near Rutledge.
November 1 wf3
DR. J. 8. MITCHELL HAS KU MOVED
Lis e-O? c and residence to thc SOUTHEAST
CORNER OE SIMO AM) JOHN STREETS.
OFUCE OP TJDOLPHO WOLFE,
Sole /mr;> ter of the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps,
Ko. 32 Beaver-street.
NEW YOBK, November 3. 1868.
To the People of the Southern States :
WHEN THE T?RE MEDICINAL BESTOB.A.T1"
now so widely knov,n as WOLFE'S SCHIED
SCHNAPPS, was in roduced into the world UD
tho endorsement of four thousand leading merni
of the medical profession some twenty years ago,
proprietor was well aware that it could not whi
escape the penalty attached to all new and ns<
preparations. H-?, therefore, endeavored to invef
with strongest possible safeguard against coun
feiters, and to .-ender all attempts to pirate it d
cult and dangerous. It wa1? submitted to dis
guished chemists for analysis, and pronounced
them thc purest spirit over manufactured. Its pi
ty aud properties having Deon thus ascertained, s:
pies of the articlo were forwarded to ten thoust
physicians, including all tho leading practitioners
the United States, for purposes of experiment,
circular, requesting a trial of the preparation anc
report of Hie result, accompanied each specimi
Four thousand of the most eminent medical men
thc Ueion promptly responded. Their opinions
thc article were unanimously favorable. Suet
preparation, they paid, had lune boon wanted
the profession, as no reliance could be placed on I
ordinary liquors of commerce, all of which wi
more or less adulterated, and therefore un?t
medical purposes. The peculiar cx'-ellenco a
strength of thc oi of juniper, wnich formed one
thc principal ingrediente ol thc Schnapps, togett
with an unalloyed chant .lier of lbj alcoholic c
mcDt, give it, in thc estimation of the faculty,
marked superiority over every other diffusive stan
lant as a diurc Ie, tome and restorative.
These satisfactory crcdoDtiaU from professioi
men of the highest rank were published in a cc
?lensed form, and enclosed with each bottle of t
schnapps, as one of tho guarantee* of its genuh
ne?s. Other precautions against fraud wero kl
adopted; a patent was obtained for tho article, t
label was copyrighted, a Jae simile of tho proprioto;
au tograph signature wai at ached to each label ai
cover, hu name aud that of the preparation wire fi
bossed on the bottles, and the corks were icalod wi
his private seal. No articlo hid ovor been sold
this country under the name of Schnapps prior
tho introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aroma:
Schnapps, in 1831; and tho label was dor.osited,
his trade mark, in the United Statc3 District Cou
for the Southern District of Now York during th
It might bo supposed by persons una-quain'i
with the d .riug character of tho pira'.e3 who pn
upon thc reputation ol honorable merchants by v?n
ing dexterous trash under their name, that the i r
tcctions so carefully (brown around those Schnap]
would huvc precluded the introductions and rale
counterfeits. They seem, however, only to hui
stimula'od the rapacity of impostor-. Thc trac
mark ot th: proprietor has been stolen; the Indore
mcnt which his Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps alot
received from thc medical profession has bec
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels an
bott ?ca have been imitated, his advertisements par
phrased, hi3 circulara copied, and worse than al
dishonorable retailer*, alter disposing of thc genuin
contents of his bottles, have ?'ied (hem up wit
common pin, thc most deleterious of ?ll liquors, an
thus made his name and br nd a cover for poison.
1 ho public, the medical proicfi-iou and tho sicl
for whom tho Schieduni A rom .tic Schnapps is pn
scribed ns a remedy, arc equally intercs'e ' with th
proprietor lu thodetec.ioa and suppression of thea
Doiarious piactiecs. Thc genuine a: tlclo, mauutac
tared at tte establishment of thc u:idi>rcigncd,I
Schiedam, Holland, is dvtiUod lro u a barley of th
finest quality, und flavored with an essential extrae
of tho berry of Ihn It?lBh ju Pipe of unequalled pu
ri ly. By a procesa unknown in thajireparatlon o
any other liquor, it is lrccJ. from every acrimoniou
aud corrodive clement.
Complaints have boen received from tho leadini
physicians and families in tho Southern States o
tb . sale of cheap imitations of thc Schiedam Aro
malic .-'chnapps ha thoso markets; and travcUers
who are in tho habit ol using it as au antidote to thi
baneful iulluenco of unwholesome rivor water, tea
ti fy that cheap gin, put up iu Schiedam bottles, ii
trcqnently palmed eft' upon tho unwary. Th<
agents of the uudcrsignod have becu rcquostcd t<
institute inquiries on th? sebjeet, aud to forward tc
him tho names of 6ueh parties as they may asor
taiu to be eng iged in rho atrocious system of deoep
tion. In conclusion. Ihe undersigned would say tba
he has produced, from undor tho hands rf the mo.-'
dUt ngui-hca men cf scicu c in America, proofs un
answerable of the purity sud medicinal excel
lenee of tho Schiedam Aromatic Selina; ps ; thal
he has expended many thousand dollars in sur
rounding it with guarinteea aud safeguards, which
he designed should protect tho public and Limsell
against fraudulent imitations; that he has shown il
lo bo tho only liquor iu tho world that can be uni?
formly depended upona? unadalt-rated; thtt Lo has
challenged investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment in ali its lonna; and from every orderd
the preparation whi h bears his came, seal and trade
nr.rk, has como off triumphant. He, therefore, feels
it a dui y ho owes to his lcllow-cit'z ns gceentlly, to
tho medical profession aud tho sick, to denounce
and expose the cha.-'.alics who counterfeit these evi?
dencies ol ideutity, and ho calla upon the press and
the public to aid bi ni in his efforts toremody ?to great
The following 1-ttrrs. and ccrdacates from tho
leading physicians aud chemist) of this city will
prove to the roider that all goods sold by the undor
sumed are all that they are repro eatod to be.
I Icol bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as hoing in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving ot medical patronage. At all events, ir is
thc purest possible article of Holland Gin. hereto
lore uuobtaiuable, aud as t>ueh may be safuly pre?
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MO TT, M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
26 IINE-STHEET, NEW YOKE, )
November til. 1367. J
UnoLrno WOLFE, Tsq., Present:
Dear ?'ir-1 have made a chemical examination of
a sample of your Schicilain Schnapps, with tho iu
tcut of determining ri any foTt-igu or injurious sub?
stance had been added to th" simple distilled spirits.
Thc examination has resulted in tho conclusion
that the Rumple contained no poisono-s or hirmful
admixture. .1 have icon unable to discover any
trace ol' the deleterious substances wich aro em?
ployed in tho adulteration of liquors. I would not
nei-itate to use myself or ta recommend toothers,
for medicinal purposes, thc Schiedam Schnapps as
au excellent and unobjectiouable variety of gm.
Veiy respect! ully yours,
(?hjucd,) CHAS. A. SELLY, Chemist.
NEW YOIIK, NO. 33 CEDAB-ST?'.EET. I
Novuinuer ?O, 1867 J
CDOLPHO WOLFE, Ksq., Present :
Dear Sir-I have submitted to chemical nna'.i sis
two bottle? ot ".-ctiiedam Schnapps.," which 1 took
from a fresh package in your bonded warehouse, uud
fiad, as before, that the .spirituous liquor is iree
irooi injurious ingredient-, or falsification; that it
has the marks o? bi mg aged and not rceeutly pre?
pared toy mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro?
RespecituUy, FRED, F. M AY FR,
NEW VOBK. 1 uenday, May L
UDOLPHO WOLFE. ESQ. :
Detr Air-Tue warn Of pure Wines and Liquors
for un diciuul purpose* l'ai b eu long felt by the i rc
IVS.IIOD. ?nd thous iuds of lives have boen sacrificed
l.y the U;e ot adulterated -rrticli s. D lirnrm I rem eus.
aud nth-i diseases 0. ihe brain and ni rves, so rile
in this eouutrv, are very rare in Lurope, owing, i'i a
great decree, to thc cliff .renee u the purity of the
bpi cits so'd.
V.'e have tested the scvo.al articles imported and
sold by you. iiiciuiiiny your (jiu. whi h you sell un?
der the name of Aromatic sehicdaiu^lmapps, which
we consider justly ei.lilied lo the high1 reputation it
has acquired in ibi? couutry ; and from your loug ex
pe.-ioure BS a foreign import r, your Bottled Wines
and Liquors should m. ct With tho same demand.
We would recommond you to appoint some ot the
respectable apothecaries in different parts of th" city
as agents for ih : sale of your Bran des and Wines,
where ibo profession eau obtain Ihe same whoa
needed for medieiual purposes.
Wishing you success in your r.cw enterprise,
We romain, \our obedient scrvaiiU,
VALENTINE MO rr, M. 1>-, 11of??roi ni Surgery,
University Medical College, New Vo:k.
J. M. CAUNOL'HAN, M. D., Professor of Clinical
Surgery, Surgeoii-m-'hi.i to thc state Hospital,
kc, No. 14 haut Sixtccutn-strect.
LEWIs A. SAYItb, M. J.'., No. Ttl . Broadway.
li P. Mi WEL-, M. li . No. 701 1 roadway.
JOSu'PU WOB-STEl?, M D., No. 1:J Ninth-street.
NEL-ON S'IEKL::, M. D , No. 37 l;!c<ker-Sirect.
JOUN O'iUilLi.Y, BI. D., No. 230Fourth street.
B. L BAPHA EL, M. D., I'rot'. s sor ol the Principles
and l'racti.v o: Sur cry, New 1'or* Medica. ?.ol
lcge, ic, No. M Niuth-.treet, und others.
The proprietor alio offers for sale.
BOTTLED WINES AND LIQUORS,
Imported aud bottled by himself, expressly for me
didos] use. Each be ttie has his certificate o? its pu
rily. L'OUUPU'J WOLFE.
November ll 3 mos
Z KUI BUABE L CHAPTER, No. 11,9
Tl. A. M.
AREGULAR CONVOCATION OF THIS CHAP
TLB will bo held This (Friday) Exeu ng, at
bevon o'clock. . .
A full attendance of Companions is desired, as bu
sines'1 of impornaca i* to oo transacted.
By ordor ot the IL E. IL P.
November 20 1 Secretary.
MASONIC PAIR ASSOCIATION.
AMELTING WILL BE HELD THIS EVENING,
at Masonic Ball, at Eight o'clock. A punctual
attendance is particularly desired.
By orJcr of the President.
GEO. N. IN GRAHAM, JB.,
November 20 1 Secretary.
Mires in panhrnptct).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OE THE
UNTIED STATE-!. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER Ti RM, 18G8.-IN THE MATTER OF
ISAAC S. L1FRAGE. OF WILLIAMSBURG, BANK?
RUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY-Ordtred. that a
hearing be had on thc fifte nth day of December,
18S8, at thc Federal Courthouse, in Columbia,
S. C.. und that all Creditors, ?c., of said Bank?
rupt appear at said timo and place, and show
cause, it any they can, why the prayer of the peti?
tioner should, not be granted. And that tho second
and third meetings of Creditors of said Bankrupt
-??ill be held at tho ofllce of R. li. CARPENTER,
Esq., Registrar of Second Congressional District,
S C., onthe twelfth day ofDecembe; 1868, at 12 M.
By ordor of thc Court, tho 19th ?lay of Novem
rer, 1868. DANIEL HORLBECK,
( lerk of the District Court of the United States,
November 20 ?3 For South Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM, 1863.-IN THE MAT'ER OF
JOHN GASEIN, OF KER-HAW COU Ci TT, BANK?
RUPT,-PETITION I OR FINAL DI-CHARGE LN
BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, That a hearing be had on
the fourth day of December, 1868, ai Federal Court?
house in Columbia, 8. C.; and that all creditors, ?cc,
of said Bankrupt appear at said time and place, and
show cause, if any they can, why the prayer of the
petitioner should not be granted. And that the se?
cond and third meetings of creditors of said Bank?
rupt will b; held at the office of R. B. CARPEXTtR,
Esq., Registrar of Second Congres3;onal District,
S. C , ou ibo first day nf December, 1863. at 12 M.
Ry order of the Court, the 16 h day of Novem?
ber, 18S8. DAN'L HORLBEOK,
Clerk of the District court of thc U. S.,
November 20 13 Fo South Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED ST Al EH, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-OUI OBER TERM. 1808.-IN
THE MATTER OF C. It. THOMSON, OF OIUNGE
BURO C UNIY, BANKRUPT.-PK tl HON FOR
FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE IK BANK?
RUPTCY .-Ordered, that a hearing be ha l on tho
fourth day of December, A. D. 1808, ?".'. the Federal
Courthouse in Columbia, S. C., Slid that all credi?
tors, kc, of said Bankrupt bffdw and show causa,
if any they can. why tho prayer of the rodtioncr
shonia not be crante '. And that thc second and
third meetings of creditors of said Bankiuir will
be ho d at tho office of R. r. CARPENTER, Esq,
Registrar ol sccon i Congressional District, S. C., on
the fir A day nf Decmbtr, 1863, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, Uio Kith ?lay of November,
A. D. 18G8. DANIEL HORI.BECK,
Chrk of the U. S. District Court,
November 20 13 For South Carolina.
IN Tim DISTKICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STALES, FOR SOU! H CAROLINA.
OCTOBER TERM, 18G8-IN THE MATT ER OF WU -
LIAM J. J. LIFRAGE, OF WILLIAMSBURG, BANK?
RUPT-PE 11 HON FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN 8 lNKRUPTCY-Ordered, That a
hearing bo had on tbc fifteenth day of December,
18G8, at Federal Courthouse m Columbia, S. C., aun
that all Creditors, kc , of said Bankrupt appear at
said time and place, and show causo, if any they
can, why the prayer of the petitioner shou'd not bo
grouted. An?! that Ibo second und third meeting.'1 of
Creditors of said B .nkrupt will bc held at the office
of R. H. CARPENTER. Esq., Registrar of second
Congressional District S. C., on twelfth day of De?
cember, 1S6S, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the l'jtli dav et November.
18H8. I ANL. nORLBECK,
Clerk of tbe District Court of thc United stales for
South' arolina. ?3 November 20
IN THE DISTRICT COURT Ol?' THE
UNITED STATE- FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM, 18C8-IN THE MATTER OF
WM. H. CU I TINO, OF WILLIAMSBURG, BANK?
RUPT-PE J TUON FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, that a bear?
ing be had on thc fifteenth da?, of Decemb-r. 18G3,
ut Federal Courthouse iu c..hunKa, S. C.;
and that all creditors, kc, of said Bankrupt
appear at said time and p ace, and show cause, >f
any they eau, why theprtycr of tho petitioner should
not be graute I. And that thc second .iud third raeot
logo of creditors of said Bankrupt ?ill bc held at the
offi.e of R. B. CARPENTER, Esq.. Hegi-tnir ot sec?
ond Congressional District, on tweljth day nf Decem?
ber, 1838. at 12 M.
Hy order of tho Court, tuc 191b day of Novembor,
1868. DANIEL H' IHLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court ot tho Cuitcd sta*cf>,
Novombor 20 f3 For South Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES, FOX SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER It RM, 1868-IN THE MATTER OF
MADISON P. WAY, OF ORANOEBURO. BANK?
RUPT. -PETIT 1 ON FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY. -Ordertd, That a hoar
it g be h id ou tho fo'irth day of January, 18.6. ut
Federal Courthou-o In Charleston, S. C. ; and that all
creditors, kc, of said Bankrupt appear at sa:d time
and place, and show cause, it any they can, why the
praye. ol tho petitioner should not be granted. And
that tLo second and third meetings if creditors uf
said bankrupt will bo held at the offi-o ot R. B. CAR?
PENTER, Esq., Registrar of Second Congressional
District, S. C., on Iho second day of January, lt-iGS. at
By order cf thc Court, the 19th day of November,
18C8. DAN'L HOHLBE-'K,
Clcrl: of thc Dbtrict Court of tte U. S. lor S. C.
Kovemt er 20 fl
IN THE DISTKICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN TdK MATTER OF NAPO?
LEON A. RIDGILL, BANKRUPT, DY WHOM A
PE 11 IT'JN FOR ADJUDICA 1 ION i F BANKRUPT?
CY. WAS FILED ON THE 20rn DAY OF MAY, A. D ,
1808, IN SAID COU Rf-IN BANKRUPTCY.-This
it to give notico that on the tw.ntg-fiftt tiny if Au?
gust, A. D. 18!)8, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued
against tho l-.ata'e of NAPOLEON A. ItliiGILL, of
Clarendon District, and State of South Curo'iu.i, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition;
that thc payment of any debts and do ivory of any
property bal raging to said Dankrup', to him or lor
ht* us?, and thc transfer of cay propertv by him ara
inrbiddou by ?aw; that a iccoang cf tue Creditors of
the soid Bankrnpt, to prove their debt?, andtochooso
000 or more Astigno.s of his Estate, will be bel l at
a Court of Dankrup cy. to bs boldon at No. 7.' Broad
streot, Clurlcstof, South Carolina, before R. B. CAR?
PENTER, Registrar, on tin twcniy-eigWi day of Ao
vernbei; A. D., HOS, at ll o'clock, A. li.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
November 20 r 1
IN THE DISTRICT C OURT OP 'I HE
UNITED STA ES. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCtOBER T. RM, 18? 18.-IN I HE MATTER OF
R. RUT!.ET GE DI?OLE, OF CLARENDON COUN?
TY, BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR lULL AND
FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY- Ordered,
that a hearing be h td ou thc fourth tbiy nf December.
1868, at Federal Courthouse iu Columbia, .-. C., and
that all Creditors, Atc ,ot said I'.aakrupt appear a', said
time and place, and show cause, it any they can,
why the r rayer of thc petitioner shou'd not bo grout?
ed." And thot thc sccoud and third meetings of
creditors ot said Bankrupt will bo held nt Hu
omeo of R. B. CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar ol'
Second Cougressioual District, S. C., on third day
nf December, 1803, at 12 M.
L'y order of thc Court tho 9th day of November,
18CH. DANIEL HOBLBEi K,
Clerk of the District Court of .he Uuited States,
November 13 12 For Soulh Carolina,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK TH*.
UNITED STA IES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OC'I OBER TERM. 1803-IN THE MA I TER OF
GEORGE D. i-RICE, OF CHARLESTON, BANK?
RUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FIS VE DE?
CHARGE IN t'ANKRUPTOi-Ordered. That a
hearing V?e hail on the fourth day vf Decem?
ber. 18G8, at Federal Courthou - iii t'olunif.ia. *. ? '.;
und tiiat all Creditors, Ato., o?' said i auk-up: up
1 ca . at said time and place, and show canse, if any
they eau, why the prayer of the Petitioner should
not be grunted. And that the s-.cmd and third
meetings of Creditors of said Ban? rup* will be held
kt the office of lt .B. CARPENTER, Esq.. Registiar
ol Second Couftrcsiicm 1 District, s. c., ,n third day
of December, 186 , at 12 M.
By order of thc Court, the 9th duy pf November,
18G8. DANIEL HOREB .CK.
Clork of thc District Court of the United states for
*otith Car. lina. 1*2 November 13
I.\ THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
UNITED STATE-. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM, 1868-IN THE MATT ER ( F
ALEXANDER RANTIN. OF CLARENDON COUNTY,
BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR TULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY-Ordered, That a
hearing be had o.i thc four'h day of December,
1S.G?), at Federal Cour.housc, in Columbia, s. C.,
and that ah Creditors, kc, of said Bankrupt appear
at ;aid time and place, and show cause, if any they
can why thc prayer of thc petitioner should not hf
granted. And that tho sc -Oad and third matings of
Creditors of said Bankrupt will bc held at the office
o: IL 3 CARPENTER, E-q., Registrar of Second
Cour?rcKsional District, S. >'., on the thirl day
of December, J 868. at 12 o'clock M.
Hy order of the Court, th'-9.h dav of November,
IHO J DANIEL IIORLBECK.
Clerk of tho District Court ot the United states, for
.outh Carolina. f2 November 13
EX- HANGE ON NEW Y01?K
FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAM** fc CO.
October 23 iniw Imo
FOR TEE BENEFIT OF
THE "WIDOWS' HOM E,"
WILL BE HELD AT
THE "HOME" IN BROAD-STBEE T,
ON THE 15ft DECEMBER NEXT.
THE BOARD CF CONTROL OF THE "HOME"
return their thanks t i thc community for tho assist?
ance which has been extended them in their under?
taking, and will bc thankful for any contributions of
money, provisions and Caney articles.
Packages front a distance will bc transported free
of charge, by the Express Company aud Railroads,
if directed to Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN, President of
Widows' Home, Charleston. S. C.
N. B.-Positively no Lists for Raffles will be circu?
lated about the hall. Cnances, if desired, can be se?
cured at the respective tables.
BOABD OF CONTBOL.
Mrs M A SNOWDEN, Mrs J H WIL'ON,
Mrs D E HUGEB, Mrs C S VEDDEB,
Mrs GEO ROBEBTSON, Miss M MIDDLETON.
Mrs J S SNOWDEN, Miss M B CAMPBELL,
Miss M HOBLBECE, Miss E E PALME-',
Mri HENBY RAVENEL Mi-s ANNA S?IPSON,
Mrs M P MATHESON.
Mrs. M A. SN D WD RN, President
Miss MATILDA MIDDLETON, Vicr-Prssid.inh
Miss M. B. CAMPBELL, Sec and Treasurer.
Mrs. J. H. WILSON, Corresponding Sccrotary.
l?utiffa ta Banhruptrn.
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF TUE
UNITED STATES, FOB 'I HE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JOHN
BLAKF.LY, HANKRUPT, BY WHOM A PETITION
OF ADJUDICA I ION OF BANKUPTC? WAS FILED
ON THE 29TH DAY OF MAY, A. D., 1808,
IN SAID COUBT-IN BANKRUPTCY-This is to
nive notice that on tho twentn-fir.il day of August, fi.
D. 186S, a Warrant ba Bankruptcy was issued against
the Estate of JOHN BLAKELY, of Manning, in the
District of Clarendon, and State of South Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt ou his cwn pe i
tiou ; ?hat the payment of au t debts and delivery of any
property belonging to said Bankrupt, to him or for
his usc, and the transfer of any property by him aro
fr -dden by law; that a meeting of the Cred.tors of
thc KaiJ Bankrupt, to prove their debt-, ard to
choose one or more Assignee i of his Estate, will bc
held at a Court of B ml, ru J tey, to bo holden at No.
72 Broad-street, Obui'te-tou, South Carolina, beforo
R. B. CARPENTER, Hosfrtrar, on the twenty-sixth
day of November, A. D., 18G8, at llo'cio k A. M.
J. P. IL EPPISG,
Ciitrd states Marshal as Messenger.
November 2 > 1
IN THE D?STH1CT COUKT ?SF THE
UNI: ED STATES, FOB THE DIS i HUT OF
SOOTH CA KC LINA. -IN THE MATTER OF
JOaN F. JUNE, BANKRUPT. BY WHOM A
PE IIIION FOB AI* JUDIKATION OK I?ANK
UUPrilY WAS FILED ON TUE 28TH DAY OF M AY.
A. ?. 1838, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY.
This Is to give notico tb .t on the twenty-fifth day nf \
Augusts. D. 18(19, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was is?
sued against tho Estate of JOHN F. JUNE, of
tho District of Clarendon, and Sta'e of South Car?
olina, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his
own petition; that thc payment of any debts and de?
livery of any property belonging to said Bankrupt, to
him or for hts use, and the transfer of auy property by
him are forbiddon by law; that ameetiug of thc credi?
tors of the said Bankrupt, tor rove their debts, and
to choose one or m TO Assignees rf his Estate, will
be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden
at No 72 itroad-streei, Charleston, S. C., before R.
B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the tweniy-eighth day
oj November, A. D. 1SU8, at 1 o'clock P. M.
J. P. M. EIPING,
United Stat:." Marshal as Messenger.
Novombor 20 1
IK TH 10 DISTRICT COUKT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT
OF SOUTH C VROLINA-IN THE MAT fr II OF
JOEL R. SLOAN, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK
iUPTCY WAS FILED ON THE anT DAY
OF MAY. A. D. I8G8. IN SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY-This is to give nolice that on
tho twenty-fifth Jay of August, A. D. 1SGS. a War?
rant iu Bankruptcy was issued against the
Estate of JOEi, R. SLOAN, of Charleston, in the
District of Charleston, and sute ol South Carolina,
who has becu adjudged a Bankrupt on his own peti?
tion; that tho payment of any dol.ts and delivery of
any property belongln ; to said Bankrupt, to him
or for 1rs use, and thc trjuafor of any proporty hy
him aro forbidden bylaw; that a useUaff of tho
Crcdltoi 9 of thc said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to cbooso one or more Assignees of his Estate,
viii be held at a Court ot' Bankruptcy, to bo holden
at No. 72 Broad-Ircct, Charleston. >outh Carolina,
beforo R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on tho twen?
ty-eighth day of November, A. D. 1808, at 0 o'clock
A. M. J. P. M. Eei'ING,
United Stiites Marshal as UosMJger.
November 2) 1
TO RENT, THREE ROOMS ON 0\E
floor, ami thc KITCHEN KOuM br low, in tho
rear of No. 9 PIT!-STREET. Rent moderate to au
approved tenant. Apply ou the premises.
TO RENT, A SPACIOUS STOKE AT
the Beud o.' King-street.
A DWELLING POU-E, recently put in thorough
repair. Apply to ll. H. RAYMOND,
November 20 fmw No. 2 Watcr-s reef,
TO KENT, A PIANO, IN UO'OO OKOEK.
Apply at THIS OFFICE._October 2s:
riiO Hb NT, A FINK COS:NEU GROCERY
JL STAND on King-str, et, wilta fixtures complete
Terms moderate, apply at No. ISO EAST BAY.
November 18 Imo*
TO KENT. A NEAT TWO-AND-A-HALF
STORY HOUSE, No. 2 Doughty-street. Apply
at No. 452 KINij, corner Joua-street.
November 18 wfm
?UI RENT, A PLEASANT HOUSE AT
No. 10 Coming-street, one door west of Wcut
worth-strect, with all necessary outbuildings. Ap?
ply to Mr. JOH.,i D. ZAN OG A, corr.or Klug and s0.
doty streets. NovmberlG
TO RBVT, THREE LAH6N A\D AIKY
ROOMS in that pbnsant residenco. No. 037
KING-STREET, two doors bel ?W "Upper City Guard?
house." Also, two KITCHEN ROOM--. Apply at
ABOVE RESIDENCE._November ti
STOKE A>D DWELLIING IV KLUG.;
STREET TO RENT.- I he Store and DwelUtg
oa tho cast side ol King-sired, four doors above
Georg -street. 'Ihn Store has Gla-s Froct, the
Dwelling(juito comfortable lora fiood rizo family,
with cistern -vd w ll water in tho kitrben. Thc r< nt
vnll be low lo a good t. nant. Apply to JACOB OT
TOLENGU1, Charleston Hotel.
TJ1IXSE ENGINE FUR SALK.-A F1KST
?J CLASS HAND rNGINB, built by Bu'ton k
B akc. Watertor.l, New York, i i 1800. hut litLle used;
1?.-? ?aeh cylinder, 7 inch stroke; 24 feet of Rubber
Suction, willi Erass Pipes, Nez des, aud everything
in complote order. J or further inform dion of
terms, icc., apply by lettor, to
M. H. NATHAN.
Kovemb r20 3
TO TURPENTINE MAKERS-A TRACT
OF ?OOD PINE l AND. situate in St. John's
Berkeley Parish, contamiU!:2U00 acres of ROUND
PINES, ia offered for saio o . rent. This laud ii with?
in easy distance of thi western branch cf Cooper
River, and its occupation would afford a uti' letts
for an extensivo business cs it is surrounded by
several smaller tracts nf sim liar character,
For particulars apply to l r. JEMILIUS IRVING,
at Kensington Plantation, Lastern Brauch of Cooper
River, or to the uudei signed at No. 40 Broad-street,
Charleston. J. DRAY I ON FORD,
Broke ? and (Jommis-don Agent.
November'20 nae lmv.a
Mi HU WV FAU.iJ WU HIN THE CITY
l.iMI'fs. iou ?ALE.-That valuable MAB
Kiii' FARM, forme.-./ ive vost Farm, one ol thu best
un ?'i arh-ton Neck, t'?e property of the late 'I homas
L neb, in rear of J.J. ind P. XoisoU's ?arm, run?
ion,, i.om t?esier-strect to Ashley Uiver; containing
iLout 4 a acres o. clear pirating and marsh land,
with two UwrlUnu Houses and all necessary out
buildings cn the same; with a rang?-1 f marsh laud
fenced in for the raising of hogs and stock.
Fur further particu'ars apply to
JOHN F. O'NEILL & SON,
October 30 No.dC7 East B..y.
FOK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERMAN
any quantity, price 70 cents per hundred. topi?
at the OUice ol' the DA I LY Ni-.WS. Fel.ru irv 20
CITY TAXES-LAST INSTALMENT
CITY TREASURY, NOVEMBER 2, -
Underra Onhiiauce "To raUe supplie - fer the year
lS '.S." thc third instalment of taxes ou Real Estate
must b'paid during thu mmth or executions wiU
bo issued. S. IBO U AS, City Treasurer.
V IC K E a S O N HOUSE,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Firs;-cln.33 Hotel.93 Per Day.
WM. A. wnw ur,
HAVING ASSUMED THE MANAGEMENT OF
this House, respectfully solicits a share ot public pa?
Free Omnibus to and from thc HoieL
November 13 Imo
?roams anH ?HiscrUaicous.
C)pr BAGS OF THE ABOVE FOB SALE LOWfcY
?O &TBEET BROTHERS & CO..
November 20_I _No: 74 East Bay.
HENRY COB!A & CO.,
No. 20 VERDIE RANGE,
OFFEB FOE SALE UN REASON ABLE TERMS:
QA EHDS. CHOICE CLEAR BID SIDES
Ou 20 bhd3. Choico Shoulders
35 tierces Choice Sugar-cured Hams
150 b ips Rio, Laguayra and Java Coffee
4'J hhds. Prime Dry Muscovado sugar.
150 bbls. Syrups, various qualities
lu J packages Lard.
20 bales HEAVY GUNNY CLOTH
150 coils Greenlea! Rope.
200 bbls. REFINED S?GAR3.
November 18 wfs3
WELCH & BRANDES,
No. 910 EAST BAY-STH.EET,
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE NEW CUSTOM?
?FFER FOR SALE,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PBICE,
2tr BARRELS CHOICP1 NORTHERN APPLES
?J 25 barrels Choi36 Peach Blr-w Potatoes
25 barrels Choice Prinre Albert Potatoes
100 bal reis Choice Jackson Whito Potatoes
Assorted Nuts, Canned Finit, Oyst?rs, >hnmpfi
and Vegetables, Raisins, Currants. Figs, Prunes,
Sardines, New Marrow Beaus, to., atc.
November 19 2
ORANGES ? ORANGES ! !
WELCH k BRANDES ARE NOW EEOEIVIN'G ,
shipments of selected FLORIDA. ORANGES'
semi-weekly, irom some of the most celebrated
Groves in Florida, and can till any ordi rs for ship?
ments with proenptnfss, and guarantee satisfaction
u. quality and condition.
November 19 6
FLOUR ! FLOUR!
OKA SACKS FAMILY FLOUR
ejejXJ 15) barrels Family Flour
650 barrels Choleo Bakers' Flour
200 barrels Fine and Superfine Flour.
Landing and for salo low from Wharf.
ALSO, ns" STORK.
7 ca-s TENNESSEE CORN
2 cars Tennessee Cats.
AU of which will be sold low by
November 19 3 STENHOUSE k CO.
BACON. LARD, fte.
AFRESH SUPPLY OF
Choice Sugar-cured PIG H iMS
City Shoulders, and
Extra Breck'ast Bacon Siripa
Eitra Fami'y Fig Fork
Fulton Market Beef, and
Pure Leaf Lard.
Just received at Hie
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORF,
Southwest corner Meeting aud Harket streets.
Goods delivered free. November 18
TEA. COFFEE. TEA.
COFFEE. TEA. COFFEE.
JOST RECEIVED, FROM THE DI REC r IMPORT?
ERS, a choies supply ol tho above articles,
wh'ch will be disposed of at the fo lowiug low pilcos:
GREEN AND BL \CK TEA (good), SI per pound
Fine G.cen and Black Tel. ST 25 to 1 50
Coffee igreen) from 20 ce- ts upword
Coffee (fresh roosted every day), 30, 4) and 50
cenbi per pound. .
Coffee (lreeh ?round every day), CO, 40 an 1 60 cents
By KRIEl'E At CHAPMAN,
No. 519 King, corner Radcliff>atrcets.
SOUTHWEST CORSER MEETING AND
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected eupply ot tho NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the lu sur! cs-WIN ES LIQUORS,
etc-viii at all times bc found ot the above Store,
established under the auspi' cs of Ole "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continuo and extend th? advantages ii
already offers to tho public. Frss.i arrivals and
bargains ".viii bc regularly reported, ana every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
" Tho ^'object" of the Association 13, as sot forth in
its charter, "To furnish members ar. I the public
wita tho neeessuries of life ot good q lality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest inatkot raU.s, and from tho
profits ut such sales to accumulate caoital for itf
Copies of lit Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the store of the Association, and all in?
quiries t cgardiug tho practical working of the enter,
prise wiU be mo3t cheerfully an I prom itly satisfied,
W. H. WELCH, Sapennteue?ent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
Encourage Home Manufacture !
PALMETTO HOP YEAST CAKES.
HAVING RECEIVED THE AGENCY FOR
thes2 co'ebrated YEAST CAKES, manufactor
rd by Mrs. S. li. L. Price, of Summerville, S.O.,
wc resp-ctluUy ask for them tho aiton' iou of tho
tracie generally, an.l housekeepers e.-pcWTly. They
are exclusively of Southern m : nu fae ture, ontircly
free from any injurious properties, t-uperior to thoso
of Northern make, answer all the purposes of, and
arc far more economical than. Yeast Powders. All
wc ask for them is a 'air triaL Directions for uso
accompany eteb packago.
Tho trade suppled at MANUFACTURER'S
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE
Foulhwest corner Meeting and Market-streets.
CARBONATE OP AM MO NIA .
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
October 29 No. 181 Meeting-street.
RSALAS. AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
? Branch of tho Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentina." would respectfully invite the attention
ofdea'erd and smokers to his very largo stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC S EG A RS, of all grades
aud si-t.-s. excelled by few iu this country, and war?
ranted to bc aa represented.
sample boxes sent to thc country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C O. D., or 3J days' city accep?
Ko. 118 EAST SAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August H mwf6ino
A good snio.'!t ia S perpetual comfort.
" Yacht Club "
SMOKIN G TOS ACT O.
Competent criticspronounce it best for ra iny reasons
it is made ol thc best s'ock grown.
'Thc Nicotine is extracted, there arc
No drugs in it c Jiiscquently it is
Auti-Lcrvous in its eff cts.
It has aa agreeable, aromatic flavor,
i ocs not I urn or sting tho tongue,
Le ive j no unpleasant aftertaste in thc
Mouth, or disagrceali'c odor in tho room,
ln-tead ol exciting the uervous lorces,
It allays irritation aud ca?.:>.- them.
We regard it as the perfection of
Smokiug Tobacco. Orders foi elegant
Meerschau-u Pipes -re being packed iaily
In thc various.i-ized baps in which it is sold,
AS an extra iuducrm nt for th-'se
Who love a good smoke to try it,
"EUREKA" Smoking Tobacco.
Is likewise un excc'lent article of choice Virginia
Tobacco, ot a nea wer tody than the former,
.-.nd h'-itec m .eb cheaper in price; nevertheless
it ni ikes au excellent siuike. O.ders fur
Meerschaum Pipes daily packed in tais brand.
LO RI LL ARCS
"CENTURl" i hewing Tobacco,
Composed of the best cutting Leaf in the country.
Superior iu colur, finer in quality, an I makes a
Better chew than other brands. Acknowledged
Thc Le ding Flue Cut Tobacco wherever its d.
Respe table jobbers and dealer.' ia all sections
Keep it, ano sma'd Euyers can save money,
Time aud trouble by purchasing of them.
LORILLAHD'S MACCOBOY, FRENCH RAPPIE
and SCOTCH SNUFFS sttll rctaiu the excellent qual?
ities which have made them so famous every wael e.
C.reulars sent ou application.
P. LORILLARD, New York.
November 13 fmwlmo
M. MARSHALL & BROTHER.g
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
JOS-Auction Of HORSES, FURNITURE, &c, ?t-rery
Widmsday. October la