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-Gold closed at 35}.
-Cotton in Kew ?erk 25ja25?. Sales 1500
-Cotton closed in Liverpool quiet, steady
-Of course the railroad excites great won?
der among the Indians on the plains, when
they see it for the first time. The Pintes nam?
ed the locomotive "smoke wagon," but the
Shoshones less happily call it "heap wagon, no
-St. Louis is perturbed by the arrival there
of a Frenchman, a oount, who pats in a modest
claim as the rightful heir to a tract of land
covered with fine buildings, which is worth,
exclusive of those structures, a million and a
half of dollars. He has brought Baits to test
-A Washington letter says: "General Long?
street has been in this: city for two days past.
He is at work actively to aid the admission of
Hon. Joshua Hill, of Georgia, as United States
senator from that State. Mr. Hill's case will
be reported at an early day ' by the; Judiciary
Committee, and it is' understood 'ip[favor of
his being allowed to take the oath and seat to
which he is elected."
-The New York Tribune of Saturday prints
.inelaborate account of the Charleston phos?
phate discoveries and editorially remarks :
"We reckon the discovery and development of
tho Charleston, phosphates, of which a full ac?
count is printed in onr columns this morning,
as one of tho most cheering among the signs
ot better fortuno in store for tho Carolinian?.
Cheap fertilizers, small farms, ft ce labor,
.thorough cultivation, may yet revolutionize
the idea that South Carolina is thc barrenest
part of what General Sherman was once pleas?
ed to call 'tho worn out Atlantic slope;'*'.
- t he champion eater of the United States :
is named Joshua Plumb. A few days ago he
entered a restaurant in Hudson, New York, i
and offered to eat all that any one would pay ?
for. The challenge having been accepted, he ,
'disposed of the following articles: Ten pieces
of apple pie, six com cakes, a quarter of a
pound of crackers, six cups of - peanuts, thirty 1
pickled clams, four lemons, an ounce of candy, '
and two bowls of clam soup. Ho thon drank '
six tumblers of water and offered to eat a hun- I
dred raw oysters. No one doubted his ability ;
to accomplish the feat, but no ono was willing (
to pay for the oysters, and so he went off t
grumbling that he wasn't half full.
-Baron-Rothschild's family relations were
happy, but he lived to see tho evil conse- 5
qnences of the system of family intermarriage I
the brothers had adapted. Each married a .
cousin and their children married cousins. <
One of the Baron's sons was deaf and para- ,
lytic; anotnor diod of a disease of tho heart.
Dr. Trousseau, who was called in to attend
.the latter, said to tho Baron : "If you continue
to intermarry among your kindred, the next
generation of Rothschilds will be baboons.''
The Baron's only marriageable; son was, after
this speech, married to M'lle Anspach, the
-daughter of a Judge of the French Supreme
Ceurt. Her father gave her $100,000 for her
dowry. The Baron returned it to her family
the day after fch& wedding, saying, "She is my
daughter now; 'tis forme to take caro of her.' ?
-A Washington letter 'says : Menard, the
negro representative from Louisiana, is still
kept on thc anxious bench. He has been given
-the cold shoulder all round, and is quite dis?
gusted. This is the more surprising, as thc
white blood largely preponderates in his phy?
sique. For a party, the corner-stone of whoso
political edifice rests upon the perfect equality .
of all men, without regard to race or color, to
.. treat a colored brother- ia such, a shabby man?
ner, would be altogether, astounding if it were
not notorious that Radical principles are a
j airing of false pretences from hep.inning to end.
-The smooth-faced ohairman of the Commit
f tee on Elections, of the Houso pretends, I hear,
that there is a small screw .loose in respect
to Sambo's return. The "Governor" of Lou
c Janana,, although of the Radical persuasion,
~doean't quitotoe the mark! How long would
"sucia'frivolous objection be eutertaiaed by
Hr. Ohairman Dawes, if a white Radical were
"contending for a seat with a white Democrat ?
-The marriage of Miss Cara Netta Lo Vert,
daughter of thc well-known authoress, Madame
Lo Vert, to air. Bigail Boab, of Angosta, Ga.,
" took place at Trinity Chapel, New York, on
s Wednesday evening- The bride appeared in a
trousseau mado and presented to her by aa
old aegro nurse, who was formerly a servant of
" her mothor. When this old negress heard of
-the approaching marriage, she bought with
her own earnings the finest muslin she could
Sud io the South, and with her own hands
made up the bridal dress. Shu. also procured
the veil, aod twined the wreaths of oraugo
flowers. Each one of the old servants con?
tributed some article or clothing, or aproscnt,
arid then with roany good wishes they packed
?them in a trunk and sent them to New York.
Tho brido elect at once set aside her moro
costly trousseau and acoepted the gift which
. had been tendered to her. There was a largo
and fashionable company present, both at the
ceremony and at tho reception in the Coleman
House. The bride and bridegroom started for
the South immsdiately after the reception.
-The New Orleans Cresoent of tho 13th in?
stant says: " tue famous duelling ground on
the Metaire ridge, known as Tho Oaks, was the
sene yesterday morning ota sanguinary duer'
between two young men of this city, which has
rai'flly had its parallel in the annals of tho code
either in this couatry or in Europe. The an?
tagonists were, tho ono a native Creole of
New Orleans, the other a Freuchman by birth;
the provocation a blow in the face, at the hand
of the Creole; the weapons were broad-swords;
the hour daybreak. Arrived oa tho field, ac?
companied by their seconds, the combatants
stripped to the waist, and sword iu hand, in thc
freezing air of the morning, sprung at each
other like tigers. Thero was no hesitation or
playing to try each other's ?kill. A few lunges
? and cuts were succesfullyparriod; whensudden"
ly au ap cut from the Freuchman's sword
wounded his opponent to the right arm. Thc
riposte from the Creole laid open tho French?
man's left cheek, hiving the inside open and
exposing his teeth. Nothing daunted, the
wounded man stepped back, and a handker?
chief bound round his faco and again put him?
self in attitude of offence. His fiist lunge pene?
trated tho breast of his antagonist, botween thc
rib and the skin, but it was made with such
relentless force that it passed also through tho
off-arm. An attempt was made at thi? moment
j by tbe seconds to stop tbe matter at that point,
bnt the man with the hankerchief around his
jaws rushed at the second who was most
anxious to settle the matter, sword in hand,
asseverating that naught should quiet his
animosity except a cut across his throat. The
battle was renewed and lasted until the Creole
received eight wounds and thc other six-all
severe and painful, but none, it is hoped,
dangerous. Both men displayed extraordinary
courage, animosity and endurance; and during
tho course of tho bloody encounter neither was
willing to give up the contest until both had
to let their bands fall helpless to their sides from
loss of blood and the pain of their wounds. The
parties were carried home, after having their
wounds dressed; and thou?h the Creole had two
more wounds, his situation was more comforta?
ble and less critical than that of his entaj/fnist.''
TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1868
Tbe Blue Ridge Railroad Company.
We publish this morning the annual re
port of the President and Directors of the
Blue Ridge Railroad Company, a line
rau*riud whose completion ?B of great con
sequence to this State and to the commer
cial cities of the West. In the report will
be found a general statement of the present
condition of the great work, together with
an explanation of the measures adopted at
the special session of the State Legislature
for its assistance and relief.
The bill, as President Harrison well says
is liberal in its provisions; but as the three
million of dollars in bonds to be guaranteed
by the State may not be disposed of for less
than par, they will not be immediately
available. There is no reason why in
twelve months' time the six per oent. bonds
guaranteed by the State should not be worth
par: for the value of our securities is rap^
idly increasing, and the public are begin?
ning to realize the fact that South Caro?
lina-a State whose good faith has always
been beyond reproach-is worthy of the
highest degree of oonfidence and trust. For
the present, however, the Blue Ridge Rail?
road Company must depend upon other
means of preparing for the completion of
In appointing a committee to memorial?
ize Congress, and to invite subscriptions
from Louisville and Cincinnati, tho com?
pany has taken a pi-oper and prudent
ooursc. The road, by its geographical po?
sition, is national in charade:-, whiie to
thc Western cities it would givf an outlet
to the ocean more direct, mon free and
marc permanently advantageous than any
jther which has been projected. Cinclr;
lati especially is interested in the oomple
ion of the road, and with the West to aid
as, there should be no insuperable obsta
:le in the way of obtaining a loan or guar
intee from the General Government.
To our own Stato the Blue Ridge Rail?
road is of the first importance, and Charles
ion feels the necessity of a western routs
which shall not bs worked against her in?
terests, and which shall give her, as well as
the West, the benefit of free and unrestric?
All that we desire at this moment is to
direct attention to the condition of the Blue
Ridge Railroad, and to the necessity of
working for its early completion. Gover?
nor Scott is working indefatigably to pro?
mote its success, and his efforts are being
seconded by the President and Directors
of tho oompany. If they can now obtain :
that general Bupport to which they are en?
titled, and arouse that public interest
which the project deserves, tho Blue Ridge
Railroad will soon be in the way of becom?
ing an accomplished fact.
An Attempted Monopoly.
We noticed some time ago the fact that
Montgomery, Alabama, had been cut off
from the benefit of competition for the
"through trade" with New York, by the
.action of the Central Railroad, of Georgia,
which, by its influence with the Montgom?
ery and West Point Railroad, prohibited
any "through rate" to New York via
Charleston, which was not higher than thc
rate to New York ria Savannah.
The citizens of Montgomery were natu?
rally annoyed, and remonstrated with the
Central Railroad, demanding that the two
freight routes to the North should be open
as before. Their remonstrances had nc
effect, and before tho Central Railroad
knew what was being done, a fine Missis?
sippi steamer came up the river to Mont?
gomery, took aboard four thousand bales of
cotton, and carried them to New Orleans for
shipment or sale.
. We cannot help thinking that the Mont?
gomery merchants would have done better
had they sent their cotton down to Selma
for shipment by the new route to Charles?
ton, whence it could have been promptly
shipped by sail or steam to Liverpool, or
any Northern port.
MADAME THEBESE : or the Volunteers of ^2.
By M. M. Erckranim-Chatrain. New York:
Charles Scribner & Co. Charleston : John
The Erckmann-Chatrain novels have ob?
tained their great reputation in Europe by
-their fidelity of portraiture and simplicity
of style. They aim at no dramatic effect,
and found their claim to favor upon their
minuteness and natural manner, rather than
upon any straining after purely sensational
interest. The present story, the first of a
proposed series of the novels of the twin
authors, is a good specimen of their pecu?
liar merits. The translation is vigorous,
and preserves much of the simplicity and
force of the original. The illustrations
are wretched, but in other respects the
book is well printed. Messrs. Scribner &
Co. have done a good work in presenting
this healthful and bracing book to Ameri?
can readers. We hope that Madame The?
rese will soon be followed by the other
works of the series.
RUBI'S HUSBAND. By Marion Harland, author
of Alono, &c. New York : Sheldon & Co
Charleston : John Russel).
Ruby's Husband is a miserably uninter?
esting and unpleasant book, although it is
declared by some small literary trumpeters
to be the greatest work of the "greatest
Amerioan novelist." In plot and action it is
common-place, vulgar and slovenly, and it
is offensive to the taste without possessing
that downright wickedness which excites
active indignation. Extremes are Baid to
meet, and this " greatest of American
novels" is, it seems, not far from the worst.
THE CHILD WIFE : A Story of Two Worlds.
By Mayne Reid. New York: Sheldon & Co.
Charleston : John Bussell.
Captain Heid appears to have thought it
necessary to signalize the commencement of
of his career as an American citizen by an
abundant abase of all that is English or
monarchical, and a profuse adulation of all
that is republican. TliiB is to be regretted
and when, in addition, Captain Reid takes
for the scene of his novel a refined society
of which he knows nothing, instead of the
bloody Indians and wild hunters of whom
his readers know nothing, it is not surpris?
ing that his work should be a failure. It
deserves no better fate.
TIT IDOWS' HOM? FAIR.
THE FAIR FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE "WID?
OWS' HOME" will be opened at the " HOME," in
Broad-street, This Day, from Twelve M. to Three
P. M.. and in the Evening from Seven o'clock to
half-past Ten o'clock, and continue open each day
and evening until further notice.
Admittance 25 cents; Children 10 cents; Season
Tickets 75 couts.
All parties who have promised or desire to make
donations for the Refreshment Tables, will please
send thc same to tho residence of Mrs. M. A. SNOW?
DEN, No. 9 Church-street, as early in thc day as
The Street Car3 will leave the Hall at tho close o?
the Fair each evening, at half-past Ten o'clock pre?
cisely. December 22
JpiN FESTUNG'S BALL.
WERD STADT FINDEN AM 28TEK DECEMBER,
in Mr. A. HESSE'S BaU, corner of Ein; and Lino
Strasse, anfangs abends Fuhr wo zu alic Deutschen
freunde and Became Eingeladen sandt.
A. HENNE. I G. H EISENBOTEL.
F. REICHELS. | F. SUHRSTADT.
December 22 '. _ tuthm3*
WANTED, BT A GRADUATE OF TIIK
University ol South Carolina, a situation as
Assistant Teacher in a School, or Tutnr in a private
family. References furnished. Address TEACHER,
Key Box No. 30, Columbia, S. C.
December 22 2
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MAKEL or CUTTER. Please address Mrs J. E.
HARRISON, Georgetown, g. C.
December 19 stu2*
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TIC? L BAR TENDER. Address FRANK C.
WHITE, Columbia, S. C. 2* December '?I
TVFORMATION WANTED.-ANY IV
? /FORMATION giren'pt STEPHEN KEY?, who
reached the city ou Wednesday last, will bc thank?
fully reeived by his wife, MARIA KEYS, at Grocery,
corner Church an l Chalmers-streets.
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
* CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
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WANTED, BOARD, PUR A GBNTLK
MAN, wife, three, children ami nurse. Will
require two rooms, and plain, but sub-tuntia;, table.
Address, stating terms, kc, "M. S"" Box No. 8s3,
Charleston, S. C. November 3
WASTED, EVERYBODY TO SCB
SCUIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES Ci RICHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all ol thc latest publication*.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
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ED to write for the press, employment oa
one or more. Literary Papers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES, POETRY, ito. Addrc-js I
Miss K. lt. Vi., Post?nico. Charleston, S. C.
AGENTS WANTEO.-S75 TO$200 PER
mouin, or a commission irom which twico
that amount can be made by Felling the latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY ISEWING MA?
CHINE; price $18. 'For circulars and terms, ad.flrc.-s
C. BOWEP1". k CO., No. 320 South Third-street,
Philaielphia, Po. 3mo December 5
FOR SALK, TWO PRIME WORK?
ING MULES. Inquire at No. 52 STATE
STREET. tuth2* December 22
SINGING BIRDS ! SINGING BIRDS I
JUaT RECEIVED, VTA NEW YORK, FROM
Germany, a large lot of thc finest SINGING BIRDS
ever brought to this country, consisting of Canary
and other Birds. Also, a lot of splendid BIRD
CAGES. Desirous of disposing with these Birds
with dispatch, as thc proprietor is auxlous to return
to Germany, they will bo sold very low at M. N.
KLEIN'S Fruit Storo, No. 339 Kin^-stroit.
Bccembor 19 stuthsi* AUGUST MORRIS.
TOOSES, G KEEN ROUSE PLANTS,
ORNAMENTAL TREE-, CAMELIA FLOWERS.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ROSE?, CAMELIA
.'.nd other N.>rse y Prints, tor cale cheap. All older?
promptly attended to. WM. FERGUSON,
Florist and Gardener,
Spring-street, Seco; d door weit cf Rutledge Avenue.
December 21 -T*
FRUIT FARM FOR SALE, NSAR
AIKEN, S. C.-THREE HUNDRED ACRES.
Tho farm has nearly five thousand tru't tree-, con?
sisting of Pct'ch, Apple, Cherry. Plum, Pomegranate,
Fig, Peur, kc Also, a varie'y ol small irui's. as,
Raspberries, Mrawberrirs, imported Blackberries,
&c. all cf tho choirest kinds. Also, about twenty
five acres of the Choicest Grapes of various kinds.
Ono hundred ucrcs ot the landis cleared, and izood
farming land; the balance is woxl land. For fur?
ther particulars apply to JAMES W. MA ?,
Northwest side of Courthouse,
December IT lino Charleston. S. C.
TO KEW, THAT CONVENIENTLY
arranged BUICK BES IDEN CK, > o. ll -t. Phillp
street, containing ?ix rot ms, dressing room, pantry,
doeble puizza and largo ei-tcrn. near the lino Ol
streot cirs. Terms moderate. Apply to T. GRANG1!
SIMONS, Cotniui?i-iou Agent, Planters' k Mechanics
Dank, East Bay. flu* December 18
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STREET, between Meeting an I King streets
two rooniF-very desirable for a Phy.-ician or Law
ycr. Apply at THIS OFITCE.
December 19 stusUU
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MEN I'S to rent, with p:azza and private utah
case attach rd. The rooir.s eau he rented separate)]
if desired. Apply at No. 50 KING-s'J BEET, a tew
doo: s below Tradd. luihs Non m ber 17
Tipo RK.\T, ROOMS AT NOS. 49 .WE
J 51 Broad-street; also aCurriage House on lu
ppection-strv-'t, suitable tor a shop, with two room:
shove. Apply to H. DEAS, Jr., Attorney ai L tw. Ka
17 Broad-street. tus December 15
GENTLICMEV OR PARTIES DESIR?
ING ROOMS, pleasantly located, furnished oi
not, can bo accommodated at No. 95 BROAD
STREET. ftuthS* Deeembor 18
TO RENT. A PIANO, IN GOOD OROER
Apply at THIS OFFICE. October 2?
psi an? /fluni.
LOST. A BLACK POINTER PIP
threi months old. A suitable rewa.-'i will ht
paid for his iclurn to No. 4C BULL-STREET,
December Cl 3
CITRATED OR STOLEN, SUNDAY Oil
O Sunday night, a Elur-k and Tau TT-BRIER. A
rewind will be given for his recovery <m apphcatioi
ut No. CO IIASEL STREET, between Anson un.l Eosl
Bay sin e s. Di comber 8
LOST. A YELLOW AN D WI HIE SET
'1 ER rt!!', eight mouths old; had on, whet
lost, a leather collar willi a city iud..--. Asiitabh
reward will be pn'd for brr icturn to No. 48 BROAD
fir No. 7 MEE i ISO-STREET._November?
LOST, ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23
a Ladies' GOLD WATCH, double case, white
lace, with chain attached. Finder will please leavi
thc same at THIS OFFICE, where a reward will bc
given if required, NovcuibcrS?
OFFICE OF UDOLPHO WOLFE,
Sole Imp?t ter of the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps,
No 33 Henvcr-strcct.
NEW TORE, November 3. 1868.
To tile People of the Southern Stutts i
WHEN THE TURE MEDICINAL RESTORATIVE,
now so widely Vnown as WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM
SCHNAPPS, was inlroduced into tbe world under
tbe endorsement of four thousand leading members
of the medical protesslon some twenty years ago, its
proprietor was well aware that it could not wholly
escape the penalty attached to all new and useful
preparations. He, thereloro, endeavored to invest il
with strongest possible safeguard against counter?
feiters, and to render all attempts to pirate it diffi?
cult and dangerous. It wa? submitted to distin?
guished, chemists for analysis, and pronounced by
them the purest spirit ever manufactured. Its puri?
ty and properties having been thus ascertained, sam?
ples of the article were forwarded to ten thousand
physicians, Including all tho leading practitioners in
the United States, for purposes of experiment. A
cue ul ar, requesting a trial of tbe preparation and a
report of (he result, accompanied each specimen.
Four thousand of tho mostemiueut medical men in
the Union promptly responded. Their opinions of
thc article were unanimously favorable. Such a
preparation, they said, had long been wanted by
the profession, as no reliance could be placed on the
ordinary liquor? of commerce, all of which were
more or less adulterated, and therefore unfit for
medical purposes. The peculiar excellence and
strength of thc ol of juniper, which formed one of
the principal ingredients of thc Schnapp?, together
with an unalloyed character of tho alcoholic cle?
ment, give it, in the estimation of the faculty, a
marked superiority over every other diffusive stimu?
lant os a diuretic, tonic and restorative.
These satisfactory credentiols from professional
men of the highest rank were published in a con?
densed form, and enclosed with each bottle of the
Schnapps, as one of the guarantees of its gcnulns
ness. Other precautions against fraud were (Oso
adopted; a patent was obtained for thc article, the
label was copyrighted, a Jae Smile of the proprietor's
autograph signature wa? attached to each label and
cover, his name and that of the preparation were em?
bossed on thc bottles, and thc corks were sealed with
bis private seal. No article had ever been sold in
this country under the name of Schnapps prior to
the Introduction of Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic
Schnapps, in 1851; and tho label was deposited, as
his trade mark, in the United States District Court
for the Southern District of New York during that
It might be supposed by persons unacquainted
with the d iring charactor of the pirates who prey
upon tho reputation ofhonorablemerchants by vend?
ing deleterious trash under their name, that the pro?
tections so carefully thrown around these Schnapps
would have precluded the introductions and sale of
counterfeits*. They seem, however, only to have
stimulated the ripacity of impostor. The trade
mark of th: proprietor has been stolen; the indorse?
ment which his Schiedam Aromatic fchnapps olonc
received from the medical prolession hos been
claimed by mendacious humbugs; his labels and
bottles have been Imitated, his advertisements para?
phrased, hts circulars copied, and wcrso than all,
dishonorable retailers, after disposing of thc genuine
costcula of hi? bottles, have filled them up with
common gin, the moat deleterious of all liquors, and
thus made his name and br ind a cover for poison.
The public, tho medical pretension and Ibo sick,
for whom tho h ch ?edam Aromatic Pchnipps is pre?
scribed as a remedy, are cquilly intercale I with the
proprietor in thc detection and suppression of these
nefarious piaciiccs. Thc genuine article, manufac?
tured at thc establishment of the undt-rrigued in
Schiedam, Holland, is distilled irotn a barley of ihc
lia quality, and flavored with au essential extract
of the berry of the Italian jueipo-, of une malled pu?
rity. Cy a process unknown iu the preparation of
ai.y other liquor, it is need from every acrimonious
and corrosive element.
Complaints have been rcetved from Cie leading
physicians and families iu thc Southern States of
the sale of cheap imitations of the Schiedam Aro?
matic Sclinipps la those markets; and travellers,
who aro in the habit of using it as nn antidote to the
baneful influence of unwholesome river water, tes?
tify that cheap giu, put np ia Schiedam bottles, is
frequently palmed oD' upon ibe unwary. Thc
agents of the undersigned have been requested to
hMtitwl* in yd?*- <-.< til? ar.bjecl, ami to forward to
him thc names of such parties us thc:* may ascer?
tain to bc engaged in thc atrocious system of decep?
tion. In conclusion, thc undersigned would say that
he has produced, from under thc bands of thc mo:t
distinguished men cf scicucc in America, proofs un
answerable of the purity and mediciual excel?
lence of the Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps ; that
he has expended many thoncaud dollars in sur?
rounding it with guarantees and safeguards, which
he designed should protect the public and himself
against fraudulent imitations; that bc has shown it
to he thc only liquor in the world teat can be uni?
formly depended upon as unadulterated ; tu it he has
challenged Investigation, analysis, comparison and
experiment in all its lonni; and from every ordeal
the preparation whit, h bears his name, teal and trade
mark, bas come oil triumphant. He, therefore, feels
it a duty he owes to bis fellow-citizens generally, to
thc medical prolession and tho sick, to denounce
and expose the charla!.us who cctiatcrlelt these evi?
dencies of identity, and he calls upon the press and
tho [.ubllc to aid him iu bia efforta to remedy BO great
The followiug letters and certificates from tho
lending phyficians and chemist; of this city will
prove to tho reader that .Ul goods sold by thc under
signelarc all that thoy arc repre entcd to be.
I feel bound to say, that I regard your Schnapps
as being in every respect pre-eminently pnre, aud
deserving ot medical patronage. At all ' \ mts, it is
thc purestpOMiblv, article of Holland Oin, hereto?
fore unobtainable, and as mell may bc safely pre?
scribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, jr. D"
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
20 Frc?-STBEET, NEW YORK, I
November ttl, lr67. j
TuoLrEO WOLFE, Esq.. Prrsmt:
?fear Sir-Ihavc inu'lea chemical examination of
a sample of your Schiedam E'cbnappe, with thc in?
tent of determining if any for. igu or injurious sub
Stance ??id been added to th< simple distilled spirits.
Tho examination has resulted m thc conclusion
that the sample contained no poisonous or harmful
admixture. 1 have tedi unable to discover auy
truce of the deleterious substance-, wich are em?
ployed ia thc adulteration of liquors. 1 would not
hesitate to uso myself or ta recommend toothers,
tor medicinal purposes, the Schiedam Schnapps as
au excellent and unobjectionable variety ol gin.
Vcrv respectfully fours,
(Signed,) CHAS. Ai fcLELY, Chemist.
New YORK, NO. 53 CED.vn-STur.KT. I
November 26, 1S6T J
UDOLPHO WOLFE, Esq.. l*rrsent :
Dtar Sir-: have submitted to chemical analvsis
two bottl.-H ol ..sehieJam Schnapps," wbtcli I took
hom a fresh package In your boated warehouse, ami
find, as before, that the spirituous liquor is tree
from injurions ingredients or falsification; tbat it
has the marks of Ix tug aged and not recently pre?
pared by mechanical admixture of alcohol and aro?
itespecilnlly, FRED. F. MAYER,
NEW YOEE, '1 ucsday, May L
UHOLPHO WOLTX. Esc). :
Di'iir ?ir-Th J waut of pure Whins .ind Liquors
for mt Aldus] purposes ha- i>..eu long (el! by tbe pro
leanou, ?au thom; aids of lives have been sacrificed
by the u-ool adulterated anieles. Delirium tremens,
and othri discal-su. thc brain and m rve?, so rift
in '.his country, ure very rare m Europe, owing, in a
groat decree, io cae eitfereacc n ihc pu;itv of the
We have tested the severa! articles imported arid
sold by you. including your Gin, whi'-h you sell un?
der ihr name of Aromubo bcuicdani schnapps, which
we consider Justly entitled io the high r?putation it
ha? acquired iu ibis country; and from your long ex
pe ?suecas a foreign Import, r, your Rot lied Wines
and Liquors should m?ct with tho same demand.
We would recommeu'i yflu to aproint aouie cf the
respectable apolbezariss iu different parts of the city
a.? agculs fur Ike sale of your Brandies ?nd Wines,
where the profession can obtain the tame when
needed for medicinal purposes.
Wishing you suecocs lu your new enterprise,
We remain, vour obedient servant.-,
VALENTINE MOTT, M. D., Professor nt Surgery,
Uuivorsity Med'cal College, Nov.- To:k.
J. M. CARNOCHAN, M. D, Professor of Clinical
surgery, Surgeon-tu-t hi. f to (lie State Hospital,
kr,., No. l l Eu-.t Sixteenth-street.
LEWIS A. SAYRli, M. P., No. 701 broadway.
Ii P. DE WEES M. D , Ko. 7'.H broadway.
JOSiiPH WORSTEIt, M. D.. Mo. vs) Ninth-street.
NELSON STEELE, M. D . No. 37 Bleekor-sfrect.
JOHN O'REILLY, K. D., Na 230Fourth ?tr-et.
IS. L RAPHAEL, M. D.. Professor ol the Principles
ai;d rrjctit .iot sur cry, New Vork Medical Col?
lege, tc,, No. 91 ivutn- itroct, and others.
The proprietor also oilers for salo.
BOTTLED WISES AND LIQUORS,
Imported and bottled by himself, expressly for me.
dicinul use. Each buttle has his certificate of its pu?
rity. L'D?LP.'lU WOLFE. .
November ll Unios
I. O. O. F.-JEFFBRSOSLODGE, No. 4.
rrUTE RECD HR MEETING OF THIS LODGE
J. will be held Thi* Evening, ai Seven o'clock
precisely. Purctual attendance of the members ii
earnestly requested. ISAACLIKBtfAN,
December 22 Secretary.
DELTA LOOGrC OP PERFECTION
AN IXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THIS
Lodge will be held This (Tuesday) Evening, at
! rseven o'clock.
Candidates will bo punctual.
Hy order of T. P. li. M.
December 21 E. E. BEDFORD, Secretary.
WASHINGTON STEAM PIKE ENGINE
THE BBGCLAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Company will bc held at your Hall, TA ii
Evening, 22d instant, at Seven o'clock.
By order of the President.
CHARLES Y. RICHARDSON,
DcccmVer22 1 Secretary.
WASHINGTON LIGHT' INFANTRY
ATTEND THE MONTHLY MEETING TUTS
EVENING, in Ma oulc Hall, at Seven o'clock.
J. L. nONOUB,
December 22 1 Secretary sod 1 reasurer.
NEW ENGLAND SOCT ii. TY'-FORTY'
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE NEW ENG?
LAND SOCIETY wiU bo held TA?? Evening, the
'.-21 instant, at half-past Seven o'clock precisely, at
the Charleston Hotel. Members will pleaso come
prepared to pay their annual arrears. The annual
election of Offlccra will take placo.
December 23 1 Sscrctory.
FRATERNAL LODGE, No. MG4,
G. U. O. OF 0. F.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THI9 LODGE
w?T bc held This Evening, at Seven o'clock.
By or er N. G. ltANSIEB.
ASHLEY PIKE ENGINE COMPANY.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONtD TO Ai'PEAE
at your Engine House, This Dag, at Twelve
o'clock M, ii: full Uniform, for Annual inspection.
JAS. B. SPENCER,
Deco? ber 22 1* Secretary Ashley F. E. Co.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
THE ANNUAL MEETINGOFTHE STOCKHOLD?
ERS of thc "avannah and Charleston Railroad
Company will bo held in Charleston, S. Con the
second Wednesday in January, 18C0, being the 13th
day of the month.
The fleeting will convene in the hall of the Plant?
ers' and Mechanics' Bank, List Bay, on Wtd'.esday,
13th, at 12 M.
A Committee to verify proxies will be in attend?
ance at tho hall at 10 A. M.
The Transfer Books of thc Company will be closed
on tho iOih iust S. W. FTSHER,
Secretary and Treasurer.
j6S?-Savnnnah Nows and Herald and Savannah Re?
publican will please copy and scud bill to the office
savannah and Charleston Railroad Company.
HIGH SCHOOL OP CHARLESTON.
Thc Exercises of this Institution will be re?
sumed on Mtmday. January 4th. Thorough instruc
Hon givon in Li tin. Grce'/, French, German, Mathe
malies. and the higher branches of English.
Terms.-Twelve dollar* per quarter, payable iu nd
vance. No extra charg.: for Tr*nch. German or stu
tif nery. W. R. KINGMAN, A. M.,
Dcc.mhcr?i 12 Principal.
Uoiirss in Bankruptcy.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
NoVEMCER l'EHM, 18C8-IN TLB MAT I EU OE A.
lt. CLiFTOltD. OF CHA'.?LES ION, DA.NKRUl'T.
PETTlION FOR TULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY".-Ordered. That a hearing be had
on the fourth ilcy of January, UGO, at Federal Court
houso iu Charioston. S. C., ami that all creditors,
tc, ot said Bankrupt appear ut sa d timo and plac ?,
ai.d show cause, if nuy tiley can, why the prayer ot.
the petitioner should not he granted. Aud that thc
sccoi.d and third meetings of Crediton of said
Baukrupt ?rill be held at thc office ot R. ii. CAR?
PENTER. Esq, Registrar of Second Congressional
District, S. C., on second cay of January, 18(13, at
By ordir of thc Court, thc 18th day ff December,
18?8. DANI.. HORLUKCS,
Clerk o ' the District Court ol thc United Mates for
south Carolina. Iu2 December 22
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUE
UNITED- S I'ATE.4, TOR TUE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROI INA -IN TBE MATTER OF
Wi s LEY W. TEN KI N'S, BANKRUPT, RY WHOM
K PETinON FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON THE 10TH DAY OF NO?
VEMBER. A. D.. 1808. IN SAID COURT-IN BANK
KUI TCY.-Thi" i-i to give notice that on thcfourteenth
day of December, A. D. 18?8, a Warrant in Bankruptcy
was issued against the Esta'e i f WESLEY W. JEN?
KINS, of Sumtrr, In thc District ci Sumter,
and State of South Carolina, who has been adjudged
a Bankrupt on his owu petillou; that the payment
of any debts and dehcry of any property boloutj
ing to st jd Baukrupf, to him or tor hts uso, and
thc transfer of any property by him aro forbidden
by law; that a mroting of the Creditors of thc
said Bankrupi, to prove their debt?, and to choose
ono or moro Assigne s of his Estate, will be held at
a Court of Banuruplcy, to bc holden at No. 72 Broad
street, Charleston, South Carolina, before R. B. C It
PENT'i.R, Registrar, on the fourth day of January,
A. D., 1SC9, nt ll o'clock, A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
Uuitcd Slates Marshal as Messenger.
December 22 _1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT
OF SOUTH CAROLINA-^IN TTIE MATTER OT"
CHARLES PHILLIPS, BANKRUPT. BY WHOM
A PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON TUE lom- DAY OF
NOV I-M BER, A. D. 18118. IN SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY.-This is to give notice that on
tho fourteenth day of December, A. D. 1808, a War?
rant in Bankruptcy was issued against th? Es?
tate ot CHARLES PHILLIPS, of Florence, in the
District of Darlington, and State ol South Carolina,
Who ba* beau adjudged n Bankrupt on his owu peti?
tion; that the payment of any, riohts and delivery ot
any pi o nerty belonging to sail Bankrupt, to him
or for i.is use, and thi transfer Ol any properly by
him an. fofbtddon by law; that a mooting of thc
Cr-ditois ct ihc sail Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and In choose one or moro Aligne (a of his Est?t.-,
will bc l'jld :<t a Court of Biukraptcy, to be holden
at No. 72 Broad-r-troet. Charleston, t-uitth carolina,
before lt. li. CARPENTER, Registrar, on Ihc fourth
day nf January, A. D. 180'J, a' U o'clock A. 21.
J. I'. M. EtfrTNO,
United Slates Marshal us Messoiittor.
December 22 1
191 THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
NOVEMBER TERM, l?CS-LS THE MATTER OF
JOSEPH POUCE'L, UF CHARLESTON, BANK?
RUPT-PETII ION FOB TULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPT* X-OnUr&I, That a hear?
ing bc had ou thc fourth day of January, lbii'J, at Fed
o-itt Courthou Viu I'bui-lcstou, s. c. ; aud that ail
Crcdi ors, &c, K>f said Bankrupt appear at said
time aud place, and show cause, if any ibey can, why
thc prayer ot the PelUiunt-r should not bo cramed.
And that thc second and third meeting- of cr- ditors
of said Bankrupt will be held at the office of R. B.
CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar of tho : ecoud Con
c-.-u.-sional DistricL, S. C., ou thc second da>i of Jan?
uary, 1809, at 12 31.
By order ol' iho t'Jurt, the 10th day ol' December.
18G8. DANIEL H TILBECK,
Clerk ol thc District Court ol thc United Slates for
South Carolina, tu!! December 15
IX TUE DIST;HCT cor NT OK THE
UNI i ED STATE*. FOR THE DD?' I RD 1 OF
SOUTH CAR. LINA -IN TUE MAT I LR OE CM ?S.
DULL li >.' K..t PT. BY WHOM \ Ph-lllu.l
.'.Ott A ' J UDP ATI ON OK >? NH' UPI-Y \\ ^?
FILED O'? TUE 28TH DAY OF SI \Y. A. D.
1808, JS SAID COURT-IN BANKRUP?CY-Thia is
to sive notice 'h i ou :'m< fourt-enth rfay of December,
A. D. 1368, u Warrant m Bankruptcy waa issued
against bc . state of < !1 s. Bl ILL, ot i o uuihtti,iu
the I istrict of Riehl; ud. i'll- Stavu <-f i-outb Car?
olina, who has been adjudged u Ran rapt on hm
own politl?n; (hal th payment of any il his and de?
livery of any properly belonging to said Bankrupt, to
lum or for lila tuc, aud the transfer of an.* propoity by
him are forbidden by law; that a meeting of th.: credi?
tors of the sai l Baukrupt. to i rove their d-.hts. and
to choose ono or ni TC Assignees of his Esta'e, will
be held ul a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden
at No 72 oroud-^trcot, Charleston, S. C.. before U
B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the twenty-eighth
dny ot December, A. D. 18(18, at 10 o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. El PING,
United State? Marshal ;:s Mcsscugor.
December Iii !U2
SELLING BELOW COST
rglO EVADE THE NEW TAX ON" TOBACCO,
j which ?ii. take cff.ct on IS th February. 18C0, I
will sell my largo and well pxaoitwl stud; ?t TOBAC?
CO ai considerably lea lb iu lactory prto s.
Consumers and Conutry Merchants will do well to
givo au early cati, at
L. LOR MNZT,
Northeast coruer Wentworth and Kia:; streets.
Secember 13 li
WELCH & BRANDES,
No. 213 EAST BAY,
(Directly opposite thc New Custom Hcu?c.)
1 A A A BULS. SEED AND TABLE POTATOES
I'JvU Peach Blow Potatoes
Prince Albert Potaloes
Jackson White Potatoes
Gurnet Chili I'otatoos
Pink Eye Potatoes .
Cosco Wbite Potatoes
P. E Ru.-sct Potatoes
Gocdrieb Seedling Potatoes.
300 bbls. Western Apples
25-,'iOO clear Oranges bv every steamer, selected
from tbc most celebrated groves in Florida
60 boxes choice Messina Lemo'is
100 bbls. assorted Nuts
Paper Shell Almonds
Sicily Soft Shell Almrads
Texas Pecan Nuts
8000 Baracoa Cocoanuts
100 packages Cape Cod Cranberries, quarters,
halves and whole bb'.s.
200 boxes Raisins, quarters, halves and wholes
50 cases Sardines, quarters, halves and wholes
150 cases canned Fruits, ?cc, Tomatoes
Peaches, Asparagus, Green Cern
Oysters (fresh and pickled) Shrimps, kc,kc.
Figs, Currants, Citron
Dates, Uananar, kc
20 kegs primo Malaga Grapes
5 bbls. solectcd Lady Apples for decorating
100 boxe? ..Keiller's" superior assorted Package
Candies, lor which wc have the sole agency
for this State:
Cocoa Fruit Candy
Bose Bud Candy
Fruit Cream Candy
Flcode Mayo ,
Thoso goods havo been personally selected by ns,
and with tho utmost couti lenee we offer them os
equal if not superior to any in the Southern mar?
kets. December 22
CHOICE SCAU CURED HAMS.
9TinBCKS OF THE CELEBRATED "BEAR
GRASS" HAMS, small siz.-, for family use, will
bo sold low to close sales.
75 bbls CEOICE EXTRA FLOUR, at S8 50
66 bbls Family Flour, at 39 75 and i 10.
For sale by J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
December 22 nie 1
FRUIT FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
BAUT & WIBTH,
Kos. 55 AND 57 MA li K ET-STKEET,
II WE IN STORE.
AT TUE LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
QAA BUNCHE* BANANAS
Ol JU 3000 Pbntaius
10,000 Florida Oranpea
500 barrels Nortncrn tpples-O raining. Bald?
win, Ni r;he?u spy and Gill Flowrr
200 boxos Assoricd Layer Batatas
200? pounds Drum and (lox Fig J
50 barrels Assorted Nuts
C0.000 Torpedoes, Patent
50 boxes Fire Crackers _
260 barrels Peach Blow Potatoes
200 barrels Prii:cj Albert Potatoes
HO barrelli Pl.ik-Eye Potatoes
2C0 bairds David*!. Seedling Potatoes
200 barrels Westcru Red Potatoes
100 hinds Garnet's chili Potatoes.
All ot" which will bc seid at thc LOWEST C ASH
PRICES. . December 17
ORANGES PINEAPPLES, &c,
JUST AH KI V KU PE lt. SCHOONER
HUS A LIE, FROM F.LBUTHERA, WEST
79 finn O?A*?ES
i & . U ' '\J -?000 Grape Fruit
* T'.O dozen Pineapples
300 bi in chet Banana-.
All of which will be sold CHEAP, at thc lowest
cash prices, at RAP. t k WI RT H'S,
Decca, u : 18 Noe 55 and 57 Market-street.
FRUITS ! FRUITS ! FRUITS !
11/ E HAVE ALWAYS ON H AND A LARGE SUP
YV PLY of FRUITS, consisting of ORANGES,
Iiananas. Pineapple*, Plantains, Cocoanuts, Lemons,
Raisins, FISH. Dates au 1 Northern Apples, Potatoes,
Onions, and Nuts ol all '?tods
BART & WIR TH,
Nos. 53 and 67 Market-street.
X&?ombcr 28 2ruo*
JUST RECEIVED, IN FIXE ORDER AND
fresh, by the Spanish ship Pedro, arrived on
Tuesday last from Havana
15.0D0 fine ORA ?OES
30 bunches of splendid Bananas
A good lot cf PINEAPPLES and PLANTAINS.
For salo cheap by Mrs. C. D. KENRICE,
Nc S3 Markot-atrcCt. south sid ",
December 17 Near Meeiltig-street.
ORANGES ! ORANGES !
t)/r AAA OR ANO rs IN FISK ORDER,
mJtJt \J\J\J au I for sole at ?2 50 per hundred.
100 hanches BANANAS, fresh and good; Guava
Jelly, in quarter and half box ex; Pineapples, Cocr a
nuts, Planta hui, Lemons; Gu barrels Apples, red
AM), ALSO IM stonie:
ONIONS, rotatoc, Northern Turnips, Carrot?,
Beets, Parsnip and Pickled and Smoked Boes, and
all for sale v.'. y cheap by
Mrs. C. D. KENRICK.
No. 83 (sou'h side) Marke--street.
December 4 21
APPLES . API1:JOS! ^Pi^LES
XTOBTHERN AND* WALHALLA APPLES AT
jy SI, $1 25 and $1 30 per hundred, at
MOFEE FT ft WHARTON'S,
No. 22 Ea-t Ruy, eorner of
December 17 10 VaudorhoNl's Wharf.
ORANGES A N D LEMONS.
??TE ARE RECEIVING BY EVERY STEAMER
VV from New York and clorida, POTATOES,
APPLES, ORANGES aud LEMONS, which wc offer
low. H?FFE ll .v. WHARTON,
No. 22 East Hay.
Comer of Vaudei hoist's Wharf.
December 3 tuihslmo
TUST ARRIVED PEB STEAMSHIP PROME?
THEUS, ? large lot of one WHISKEYS, lor sale
ut ?ow prices, from cl in and upward*. <'all and HIT
lor yourselves, at lii'KNE i FOGARTYS, No. 452
Kiug street, c -mer John.
November 26 th?tuluio
Q ?* i \ i V. - ' CAZ* ! *v 3R : OOL S \ LT TO A E
0\) \ t- t BIVE per ship 'Kamma Fuuder."
Fur il- uy i. J. K Lit lt A- CO.
LiVKli Wi ALT.
"-);t/W\ -V.K- LIVERPOOL >ALT, DAILY
? [ f\ M f expect .1 per ship . Gorilla." first vessel
idled. For -afc by HENRY CODI A k CO.
December 19 3
NEW il S ON AN J) LARD.
I /\ BHDs. CHOICE NEW CLEAR BACON
60 boxr coolee Hulk Shoulders
loo boxes choice c lt.and Clear Bulk "vde-.
15 tes. triine new LEAF LARD
For sale by HlillRY COBLA k CO.
Decem er 19 BlulhJ
SUGAR AND COFFEE.
a") A ETUIS. PRIME ML'SCOVAI O SUGAR
150 bacs Bio cr AV,;, various grades
50 packets Java C flVo
30 bags Layuayra Coffee.
200 obis. FLOUR, "Fine," "S-iprr" nn ! ' I xtrn,"
For salo Oy Ll EN lt Y CO il ' A A* CO.
December l'J stadia_
DICKSON SELEC! COTTON
\\rz WILL FURNISH THE ABOVE PROLIFIC
VV COlTON --LLD in quantities to h tit, pur?
Upwards of 5 0 I olia havo I con made ou one alalk
of four teet in height. Under ] ropereuitivatio >, tue
projiia from thu MM! is prodigious. Directions
for cultivation furnished, sp^clineui i( thc cotton
ou the stalk to be s ; n at Oiir <>LU tc.
G S.O. W. WILLI A MS k : Factors.
Corner Church ul. nc streets,
December ll stutblO
Q?lOCtxm Mi /HisfC?nncons.
GEORGE H. GRUBER,
>' . M . PORTER ?li CO.,
HAS DECEIVED, PEE RECENT ARRIVALS',
the following GOODS, which have been care?
fully selected by experienced merchants, which he
OFFERS AT LOWEST CASH PRICES :
WIRES, LIQUORS, ALES, &c.
A supply Choice OLD t-HERRY, MADEIRA AND
PORT WINE, Moet 4 Chindon'a Green Seal, Heid
sick ?Co.'s and Imperial Cabinet Genuine Spark
lina Champa.'ne. Finest Hennessy 4 Otard Brandy,
vintaRe of 1858 and 1860; Blackberry and Sherry
Brandy, Old Imperial Eagle and Van Dunck's Old
Genova Holland Gin, Jam dca Rum, Superior Bour?
bon Whiskey, throe years o d; Old Nectar, Cabinet,
Scotch and Rye Whiskies, Stockton's and Dr. Cut?
ter's English Bitters, Plantation and Hosteler's Bit?
Younger 4 Co.'s, McEwan and Bass' Sparkling
Ales, Bremen Ale, Choice Brands Stoat Porter.
Udolpho Wolfe's Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps.
Assorted Cordials and t-yrup.
Cigars and Tobacco.
For sale by GEORGE H. GRCBEB.
Old Stand N. BL Parter 4 Co.,
De ??cmbor 22_1 No. 233 King-street.
GOSHEN BETTER, IMITATION
6FIRKINS CHOICE NEW YORK STATE BUT?
3 fiikinB Cooking Butter
1 cask Rich Imitation English Cheese. 5 boxes
Mild Factory Cheese, 5 boxe? "Norton's" Superior
Pineapple Cheese, 3 cases Young America Iris
Cheese, 75 pounds Sap Sago or Green Cheese, 2 cases
hound Eidam or Dutch Cheese. Pecan Nuts, Cran?
berries, Split Peas, White Beans, Dried Apples, Dried
Peaches, and Poach Blow Potatoes.
For sole by GEO. H. GRUBER,
December 22 1 No. 236 King-street
FULTON MARKET BEEF,
f A HALF BB LS. CHOICE PIECES PICKLED
5 half bbls. Pickled Ox Tongues
5 half bbls. Choice Pickled Pig Porit
10 bbls. Extra Sugar-cured Pig Hams
Extra breakfast Bacon Strips, Pig Shoulders, Smok?
ed Beef and Su.oked Tongues
Bologna Sausage, Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut
Extra large No. 1 Mackerel, Mess Mackerel. Pickled
Salmon, Pickled Trout, Sounds and Tongues,
Halibut Fins and Extra Scaled Smoked Herrings
500 lbs. st. George's Real Codfish.
For sale by GEORGE H. GRUBER,
December 2.' 1 No. 2S0 Kins-street.
RAisi NS, CITRON, CURRANTS,
<-rr BJXES, HALF BOXES AND QUARTER
i O BOXES LONDON LAYER RAIsINS
10 boxes New Gcoua Citron
3 casks New Z mte Currants
3 case-, half and quarter drums, finest Eleme Figs
1 cask New lurkisn Prune*
2 bales Fresh Paragon Almonds
1 bale Languedoc Almonds
lu cases Assorted Preserves, in sugar and natural
5 cases French Brandy Fruits
5 cases A'soricd Jellies, in giaee jars and tumblers,
G cases finest quadty Preserved GlDger, In syrup.
For sale by GEO. H. GRUBER.
December 22 1 No. 236 King-street.
??D?R^VtJ!)D~& CO.'S PREPA^
FRESH TOMATOES, GREEN PEAS, SUGAR
Cora, Mixed Pickles, Tomatto Ketchup, Paoli
.-auce, Walnut Ketchup, Mu-hrooiu Ketchup. Pep?
per sauce, French Capers, Roast B e:, Veal, Chicken
and Turkey, Fresh salmon. Lobster, Cove Oysters
and Mackerel, Olive Oil Cross & Blackwell's and
Colmau's English Mnstard, French Mustard, genu?
ine Currie Powder, White Pepper.
Cox's Sparkling GELATINE, Cooper's Shred and
Burnett's and Preston 4 Merrill's Assorted Ex?
tracts-Roso, Peach and Orango Flower Water,
Cevlon, Cinnamon, eas-ia, .< arc, Nutmegs,
Clo 'es, Ground African aud Race Ginger,
Sago, Tapioca, Pearl Barley, Real Italian Maccaroni
Finest .Br.-.nds Sardines, Spiced Oysters, Pickled
Ascot ted English Pickles, quarts and pints, viz:
White Onions, Picalilli, Mixed Pickles, Chow
Cbow a d Walnuts,
Assorted English Sauces, viz: Lea k Perriu's Wor?
cestershire, Reading. John Bull, Harvey's Wal?
nut, Mushroom, Anrbovv and beefsteak Sauce.
For sa:e by GEO. H. GuUBEB,
December 21 1 No 236 King-street
Mercantile Co-Operative Association,
CORSER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS.
JUST RECEIVED, A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
ot GROCERIES, consisting of Cr ished, Pow
aered A, B and extra C, with all grade:, of BROWN
SUGARs; Mocha, Java, Laguayra and R.o Coffee;
also, Parched and i>roimd Coffees; Oolong, Young
and. Old Hyson, and English Brckiast Teas; Goshen
and Fresh Butter, "lt. It." Leaf Lard, Canvased and
Plain Hams, S. O. Strips and Shoulders, Tongues, F.
M. Beef, Family Pork, Sausage, 4c.
SYRUP, MOLASSES, ?fcc.
S. B. FLOUR and Family in bags, Buckwheat, aad
Cheese cf tho following brands: Pineapple, Edam,
English Dalry, Factory and Sap Sago; smoked Sal?
mon and Mackerel, in packagos of every size.
RAISINS, CITRON, ?Sc.
Quarter, Half and Whole Boxc? RAISINS, Cur?
rants. Citron, Figs, Prunes, Almonds, and assorted
Nuts; Choice Preserves, in 1, 2 and 3 lb. Jars; Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables, in Cans of 1 and 2 lbs. ; Vine?
gar, Olivo (Fiench) Oil, In half pints, pints and
quarts; Biscuits of every bind.
CHAMPAGNE (Piper), in pints and quarts; Sherry,
Madeira, Port, Claret and other Wines. Also, Wbte
kies. Brand es, Gin, Rum. 4c.
Our assortment ic complete, and we invite an ex?
amination of our stock and prices.
Don't fail to call at
' MERCANTILE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION,'*
N. W. omer King and Calhoun streets.
JOST" Goods delivered fri c.
J. BENNETT LANNEAU. Manager.
It. E. PJ-NNAL, Affcistant Manager.
December 22 "i
FRUITS IN KHAN DY, COR
DIALS, WIN RS, ?Vc., ?Sic.
NOW LANDING, RECEIVED PER BRIG GLM,
1 i if\ CASES ST. ?UL'EN (QCAR1S AND
50 cases s.uteni
50 ca^cs Finest :-alud Oil, 'ii dacons
23 c?se? Fruits, i:i Brandy
10 ca.o" Frui's. in Jaie ;
) Rose. No eau, Annisctto
? > r?wiut. iKauel Parfait Amour
cases Loruauts ?. Curacoa. Raspberry, chartrues
J Eau De Vio Dantzick
10 cases Choice Sardines
20 cases Nonpareil Capers
Extra Green Peas, Pate dc Foi d'Oie
Mushrooms Olives Farce, Moutaid Diaphane
Prunes. Dried Apricots. Imperial Plums
New Crop Princess Almonds
100 cases ITALIAN MACARONI
Genuine German Bolognas, Dutc'i Herrings
New Tutela Cheese, Linio s, Smoked Salmon
Varmouth Bloaters. 1 esiecated Codfish.
3;l I 0*03 Choice London I AYER RAISINS
New Turkey Fig*, ia boxes und drumi
New Currants, Genoa Citron, Fecal Nuts.
For sal.; by
KLINCE, WICKEN BERG 4 CO.
Dec nib cr 19 _stu2 _
GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS ?
LANDING AND IN STORE
PALMETTO PJONEEP. CO-OPERATIVE
6'. IE. CORNER MEETING AND MARKET STS.,
-VTEW LAYES RAISINS, I* QUARILR. HALF
,?.1 and whole boxes
Ne'.v Seedlc>fl Raisins
Nev,- currants and Ciirm
Driel Figs, in one-third, one, two aad a half and
eight pound drums
Fren -li Pr?m S, Ul cans and Jars
New Turkish 1 rune?, fur stewing
Guava Jelly, in ha!:' aud one pound boxes
Sardines, lu q arter, half and whole boxes
Fresh Peaches, Pu is, Pineapples and strawberries,
in two ?i.iuud cans
Fresh Mackerel and .-ahuon, in one pound can?
Eugllsb and Aiicriean Pickles, quartb and pints
No. 1 Gold Chop Fire Crackers
Moi.oiigahc!a, Rye, Cabiuetaud Bourbon Whiskey
Malaga, Port and Sherry Wiue
French and American Brandy and Old Tom Gin,
bottled and on draught
?1 ?C'S of all kinds, grout d and whole
Tapioca, Sago, Maiz'u.i. furn Starch, Arrowroot
Cream Tarta , Baker .' 1'r nnum Cho;ola:o
Kioma. Cocoa aud Co-oa Paste
Choice New York Su^ar-curc 1 Pig Hams, unbaked
Edwards' Celebrated Washingloc Hams, .small sizes,
?uio..cd ioui-'ues, Bed", Salmon and Ha.ibut.
A choice and complete assortment of FAMILY
OROCbUIES, which wc puaruntce to sell at the low?
est market prices for cash.
Goods delivered fro ..
No charge mr pactegosl_Drccmber 18
PRIME NORTHERN SEED K1CE
FOR SALE. APPLY TO
JAMES R. PBINGLE.