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N" K W S SUMMARY.
-Gold closed in New York weak at 36'.
. -Cotton in New York closed quiet at 29o.
Sales 3500 bales.
-Cotton in Liverpool closed finn; uplands
Hid: Orleans lljalLjd.
e. -Twelve New York churches, have boy
-The people of Savannah are jubilant over
the fact that their new street railway is finish?
ed and the cars running.
-A barrel of kerosene oil exploded on Tues?
day last in a ?tore at Jersey Caty. The stock
of the store, which was light, was soon envel?
oped in flames.
-The New York Board of Health has made
an appropriation of fifty dollars to purchase
apparatus for analyzing the air of theatres,
public schools a ad churches.
-Sixty thousand tons of coal were sold in
New YorK lately. Stove coal declined about
twenty-five cents per ton, and there was still a
small decline in other grades.
-Judge Drummond, of tho United States
District Court, sitting in Chicago, has decided
that in makiug income return a man may de?
duct promissory notes and bad debts.
-The New York Sun asserts that a number
of the citizens of tho fifth and fifteenth wards
of that city ere taking steps to organizo a vigi?
lance committee to take charge of the thieves
and murderers who infest the city, und whom
the police are powerless to arrest, or who, if
arrested, escape, punishment through thc
laxity of thc courts ol justice.
-The first Episcopal cathedral ever built in
New England was opened for the first time on
Christmis. It has been fully organized, after
tho English system, by the Bight Rev. Dr.
Neely, tho Bishop of Maine. Tho youngest
diocese in the New England States, that of tho
State of Marno, is the fimt one to have its full
cathedral system.* Chicago, Buffalo, Pittsburg
and some other'citics have already adopted it.
-While Gilmore is gathering his band of a
thousand musicians for tho Boston jubilee,
GottscLalk Las been similarly occupied below
tho equator. Be organized at Montevideo a
mammoth orchestra of three hundred andfitty
pieces, which executed under his directions a
symphony and a grand march composed by
the pianist, ?nd dedicated by bim to thc Em?
peror of Brazil.
-Owing to the mild weather and the heavy
soaked snow which hos covered tho icc ia tho
neighborhood of New York, the ice-dcalcrs of
that eily are greatly rearing a short crop. In
.'New England the weather, although not alto?
gether favorable, has given a very good thick?
ness of clear ice, unusually free from snow,
and, in anticipation ol'the Increased demand
for the Southern markots*, thc shippers of ice
are laying in a large supptyv
- .-The great event in tho billiard world this
week was the return game of the serios be?
tween Dion and Foster, which was to have bee n
played on Thursday next, in Montreal. As the
contest differs from the first one, which termi?
nated in favor of Foster by only font points,
considerable speculation has been indulged as
to who shall carry off the honors and the $1000.
The fl rat was French caroms, three hundred
points, while the approaching struggle is to
be decided by the four ball eurona, the push
shot ' nd the crotch being, of course, forbid?
-The National Intelligencer says: "Citizens
of Washington, of high social position, with?
out respect to party, are determined that the
grand ceremony of the inauguration of the
Chief Magistrate of the nation shall not go by
without an observance of that most delightful
part of the/e.'e, the holding of an inauguration
baO. The whole matter is in good hands, and
i 8 therefore relieved from the worrying and
harrasBing complication or embarrassments
which had determined those who had previous?
ly moved iu the matter to altogether give up
the idea of having the usual inauguration ball."
-General Carl Schurz, tho now senator from
Missouri, was serenaded at St. Louis on Satur?
day night. Ho made a short speech os fol?
lows : "I mean to say that tho Union is more
strongly knit to-day than it ever was heforo,
and I bope that as it was in the past so it will
in tho future be; ?hat the patriotic Americans
and Germans will co-operate in increasing tho
power oi loyally and patriotism, in defending
the cause of right and jnstice, and in obliter?
ating and wiping out all those resentments
and that haid fooling whioh sprang from the
war by a Ii beral and just policy. [Cheers. ] As
.a representative of that policy I stand before
yon, and I hope to see the day when many of
our enemies will be obliged to acknowledge
that our ficht was tho good fight, and that oar
triumph was the triumph ot right, justice, pro?
gress, civilization and good-will to ali men."
[Bene wed che?rs.]
-In New. York city there va 115,936 fami?
lies, and only 89 652 buildings used as dwell?
ings. The averaee number of families to a
house is aleut three, and of persons fifteen.
But this statement docs not by any means
show tba crowded condition of the city. Six?
teen thousand families occupy a whole house
each, and seven thousand other dwellings have
bnt two families each, leaving about sixteen
thousand houseB to accommodate upwards of
eighty-five thousand familias-an average of
more than five families and twenty-six persons
to each house. In some quarters this density
of population becomes absolutely sickening to
contemplate, the extreme being twenty-nine
houses with an aggregate population of 5148
souls, or 187 to each house. Though only half
the building lots in the city are yet covered,
the inorease of population far exceeds the
rapidity of construction, and, consequently,
the overcrowding grows woree and worso every
-Senator Sherman's now financial bill, which
is just now attracting much attention, pr?vidos
in substance as follows: Section first authoriz?
es tho use of cold coin as money ot* account,
in new contracts, by parties who desire it.
Section second appropriates, out of customs,
$140 000,000 a year to the public debt. In tho
present condition of our fundo? debt, ibis
would reduce tho principal of the dent about
$12,000,000 a year. Section third authorizes
the funding of greenbacks into five per cent,
tsn-forty bonds, at the pleasure of the holders.
Section fourth orders tho issue of gold notes,
roceivable for duties, those to be used for tho
pure bu ai) of aix per cent, bonds aa fast as tbe
greenbacks are funded in five per cent, bonds,
but not to be issued beyond the amount of
gold in the treasury. Section fifth makes tho
national basking system free for the issue ot
currenoy redeemable in gold coin; the notes to
be furnisned by the government to the amount
of sixty-five per cent, only of the bonds de?
posited as security. The measure would thus
appear to be somewhat complex, md the pro?
cess-for retiring greenbacks but adds to the
gold interest-bearing debt. A currency, how?
ever, is attempted to be provided for the green?
backs in the gold notes, but how far that issue
would so operate no one can tell.
-A meeting was held at Cooper Institute,
New York, on Tuesday evening, in behalf of ex?
tending further educational facilities to tho peo?
ple of the Southern States, and especially to ob?
tain aid for Berea College, in Kentucky. About
six hundred persons were present. On the plat?
form were Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, Rev.'Jos.
P. Thompson, Rev. J. G. Field, Bev. Dr. Storrs,
Kev. Howard Crosby, and other wellktiown gen?
tlemen. All tho gentlemen named made ad?
dresses in favor of tho objects of tho meeting.
In the course of thc remarks of Rev. Henry Word
Beecher ho said: "With the establishmcnt.of
colleges throughout the South consanguinity
will be increased, mutual sympathy will grow,
and peace be established. We of thc North
aie strong-we are rich, and as tho younger
looks not in vain to tbe older brother for assis?
tance, let ns tender a cheerful and open band
to the South. As I trod the streets of Charles?
ton after- the war, and saw tho dwellings torn
and shattered with the missiles of war, and tho
wild waste of desolation and mourning which
there and everywhere throughout tho South
prevailed, I vowed that as I had devoted my
past lifo to the downfall of slavery, which bad
hitherto cursed tho land, I would henceforth
devote that life to repairing and elevating
these still United States. Boild, therefore,
their common schools and colleges, the great?
est boon von can confer upon them-a boon
not alone to thom but to you, as its benefits
and blessings will roll back upon our whole
SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1869.
Mr. Corbin's Speech in thc State Senate
on his Bill to Confirm and make Valid
tho Charleston KIcctlons.
The speech of Mr. Corbin upou his bill
"io confirm and declare valid the recent
"election of Mayor and Aldermen of the
"City of Charleston" was published in THE
NEWS of yesterday, and demands a reply,
lt will not be forgotten that Mr. Corbin is
Dne of the senators from Charleston, and
ilso one of the counsel for Mr. Pillsbury
ind the Board of Aldermen who claim that :
they were duly elected Mayor and Aldermen
in the tenth November last.
Mr. Corbin 6ays: "I have no objection to
"the reference of this bill to the Judiciary,
'or any proper committee, but it is a very
'simple bill, and I would like it considered
This is very much the argument of "come
'into my parlor," said the spidei to the
ly; and, after stating that an election was
?eld in Charleston, Mr. Corbin says: "As
'Is noll l-nnrrn in that o'.OOt-LQE. CJirttun por
'sons were eleoted, and certain persons,
'after tho election was ascertained, got up
It is well known, and Mr. Corbin best
tnows, that no legal or valid election was
?eld for Mayor and Aldermen, and that
'certain persons" rvere not elected. It is
ilso well known, and Mr. Corbin best knows,
hat the tribunal appointed by the Legisla
ure to hear the case of the legality of the
locduot of the managers, and to decide
vhether the persons ballotted for were, or
vere not, "duly elected," have decided, an
munced and declared, that Pillsbury and
tis ticket Were not elected-that is, chosen
.ccording to law.
Says Mr. Corbin: "That election had
'paser' off quietly in the City of Charles
on." It is veli known, and Mr. Corbin
i est knows, tl'at that election, so far from
lassing off quietly, was the occasion of the ,
aost disgraceful scenes of intimidation and
iolence which have ever marked an clcc- ,
ion in the City of Charleston -scenes which
hocked the bystanders and made the Re- ,
ublican leaders blush for their party. [See
he comments of the Republican paper after .
he election.] (
Says Mr. Corbin: "A registration had (
'been made, and the election was fairly
.conducted." Mr.. Corbin best keeva that
he "due registration" pi escribed bj the
hird section of the Election act, as a pre
equisite to legal 70ting, had in no single
istance been coir plie J V it li, and that no
ingle vote dept.s'tei '.a the ballot boxes ?
ras a "legal vote' ender the act. To es- i
ape from this difficulty, Mr. Corbin and the
ssociate counsel of ^!:,'?, dry were driven
o contend that thc act was unconstitutional, j
a requiring voters to bc sworn before regis
ration. This question bas never been j init?
ially determined, and the constitutionality
f the act stands until ruled otherwise. But,
iking the -..quiremcnt of the registration
ath to bc unconstitutional, the counsel of
'lllsbury were hopelessly impaled on the
ther horn of the dilemma, viz: That an un- ?
onbtitutional requirement was imposed on
he election which, of itself, was enough to
Dvalidate it in toto.
Says Mr. Corbin: "And the election was
'fairly conducted." It is well known, and
Ir. Corbin best knows, that it was most un
Says Mr. Corbin: "The truth was, the
'City Council got completely into the hands
'of the Philistines and took their advice, and
'accordingly declared the election void."
Lad, therefore, this New Hampshire Sam
ion attempts to rush through the Legisla
ure an act to frighten these "Philistines,"
ind to bully the Board of Aldermen, by
hreat of ex post facto penalties, into vio
ating the law and the rights of the commu?
Says Mr. Corbin: "A peremptory manda?
mus was issued, commanding them to go
"on and declare the election, whioh they
"finally did, just as set forth in this bill."
It has been shown, repeatedly, that the re?
cital of the bill does not truly stale the "de?
claration" made by the Board of Alder?
men; that "declaration" made, under the
writ of mandamus, is qualified by the
previous return of the board, in which they
expressly say that Pillsbury and his ticket
were not duly eleoted; and that the declar?
ation is, in terms, merely a declaration of
the result of the ballottings according to the
returns of the managers, and states express?
ly that the said 'election waa contested for
illegality. ~ The' declaration made by the
board is, therefore, no declaration of a legal
Says Mr. Corbin: "The act says they shall
"declare the election, and their decision
"shall be binding." " And hefe is the cloren
foot of this whole deviltry. The act says
the case shall be investigated. What case ?
The question of the legality of the conduct
of the managers and of the majorities as
contested. "And their decision shall be
"binding." What decision? Plain common
sense replies: The decision for or against
the election. If against, they shall declare
that there has been: no election. If for the
claimants, then, and then only, shall they
declare the parties duly elected.
Says Mr. Corbin: "The Supreme Court
"has said that was equivalent to saying that
"these persons were duly elected." The
Supreme Court expressly said, that in pro?
nouncing the certificate of the board suffi?
cient, and in refusing the motion for at?
tachment for contempt, the court does not
intend to intimate any opinion as to the
claim of Pillsbury by quo icarranto, nor as
to the right of the City Council.
Says Mr. Corbin: "They reply, notwith?
standing we declare you are elected, we
refuse to give you the offices." This is
untrue; the board have always refused to
declare Pillsbury and his ticket " elected,"
that is, chosen according to law.
Mr. Corbin admits: "Wc have got again
"to appeal to the courts." Shall the legis?
lative department violate the State Consti?
tution and invade the province of the judi?
cial department for the sake of Pillshary
and his faction ? No true patriot, no digni?
fied lawyer, no good citizen would propose
such a thing. Shall a senator be allowed
to carry such a measure through the Legis
I lat ure?
Says Mr. Corbin: "There is no doubt
"whatever but that the claimants were
"elected." Let him prove it. "The Board
"of Aldermen settled that question." So
they did; but against thc claimants.
"But the Legislature is in session, and
"can say, according to law, these claimants
"are entitled to their seats." Mr. Corbin j
well knows that the Legislature bas no
power, according to law, to say this thing.
If they do, they assume the judicial power
vested in the courts, and violate thc Consti?
tution of the State.
Mr. Corbin undertakes to show precedents
for his bill, and quotes the act of the Gene?
ral Assembly of 1SGG, entitled "An act to
"declare valid the recent election of Inten?
dant and Wardens in thc Town of Tim
In thc Timmonsville election there was
no question mado as to the legality of the
conduct of the inanngerf; there waa no con?
test of the majorities; there was no conflict?
ing claim of right; there were no illegali?
ties in the conduct of thc election which
vitiated the election. There was, merely,
a technical flaw in the law uuder which the
election nao hold, vrhialx rendered the elec?
tion of doubtful authority. It was fully
competent for thc Legislature to supply the
casus om?uui and to remedy the technical
defect; but it would not have been compe?
tent for thc Legislature to put candidates
in office who had not 'been chosen by the
people of Timmonsville, nor could "that
"wise Legislature" which "preceded the
"new days in which," says Mr. Corbie, "we
"live," have been persuaded to do so iniqui?
tous a thing.
Says Mr. Corbin: "Wc want to deprive
"the Aoting Board of Aldermen of their ill
"gotten positions." Docs Mr. Corbin re?
member that almost all of these positions
were gotten as Republican appointments
under the Reconstruction laws?
Mr. Corbin quotes the case of Tompkins,
"from Edgefield: "That the end of popular
"elections is to discover which of the candi?
dates has the greatest number of votes
"from among the qualified voters." Has
this end been attained in the Pillsbury case?
Has Pillsbury been shown to have received
the greatest number of legal votes from
among the qualified voters? Ile did not
receive a single legal vote from among the
jualijied voters. The Acting Board of Al?
dermen have so decided, and "their deciB
"ion" (not Mr. Corbiu'e), the act says,
"shall be binding upon the partie?."
LONG COTTON PLANTATION TO
KENT.-To rent, one of the finest SEA I?.
LiVD COLTON Pl ANTATION* in Christ Church
Parish, ten mile* Irom Mount Pleasant, on the sea
?bore. Apply to J. MCCABE, No. M Broad-strc .-t.
January 10 H: ut:.
TO KKNT, THAT GU?I) GKOCKuv
STORK al the corner ol Doughty sm) Lucas
jtroct?. Rout low to a good tenant. Apply nt No.
25 MIDPLK-STltEEf. thstu January 28
rpo HUNT, TUA P UE?lKABLE
A DWLLI INO HOUSE. No. 1)0 Coming- treet.
containing seven square rooms two attic?, pantry,
kitchen, and all ne -ossury on buildings; -Imm?diate
posressio Riven. For particulars, upt-ly ut No 7
GEORtiE- O BELT. sw_January IC
TO KENT, THE TWO A!\D A HALI)1
story RRK'K HOUtHi, northwo-t co ner of
bc se) and East Hay streets, containing fra: square
room*, two attic*, dressing-room, puntry, doubl.: pi?
azza-, large basement, co? through lie house, good
kitchen of lour rooms, ail in go -d order. Apply st
No. 104 M A lt KEI -STU Ii ET, I'twceu Heeling an?
King. January 22
TO KENT. A PIANO, IN GOOHOKOEK.
Apply at THIS OFFICE . October 28
pst un& /o nnb.
STKAYED INTO MY P'<EltllT".8 ON
thc 2tst instant, u >E I 1ER B 'IOU. wnich the
owner can have by proving property and paying ex?
penses. Apply at No. 52 RADCLIFFE-.-?TURE l.
Jan nary at) i*
Dissolution of Copartners!)^.
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
The copartnership heretofore existing umler I
the style o? B. Ru DD N & CO., for the purp .se of
carrying ou the Livery ?table biislnoss, ls this day [
dissolved by Its own limitation.
M. P. PICK ?TT ie aione authorized ts settle the
affairs of thc late firm. M. P. PlUKi'.Tr.
W. A. ROOK.
Adin'r of Est B. KODDIN.
January 27,18G9. 8 January 29
?\TOTICB.-I II AVE THIS DAY ASSO
1.1 CHTED with mo in tho RANKING. LX
CHANUK AND BR'KERACrE BB^INKSS, Mr. Et>
WAKS M. MOREL 4M .-of this city, under the firm,
name and style of h. GAMDRI Ll. & CO.
Tho po ? er of Attorney frum me to E. M. More?
land is, eouioqueotly, rovoked. L. OA3IBKILL.
Churleston, a. C., January 1,1809.
January I Imo
LAW NOTICE .-Mc ?>11 LL A IV KIMO,
t'eq., ls this day admitted a partner in our
CAMPBELL & SEABROOK. Lnwvcrs,
No. 50 Broad-Jtreet.
JAMES B. CAMPBELL.
MCMILLAN KINO.. Januarv 1
JOHN V. GILBERT./..Manager
Closing Night of Season.
Positively the last appearance of
. MI SSANNIE DELAND.
Saturday livening, January 30, 1860,
Will be presented,
LUST IS LONDON.
And the laughablo Farce of ;
J_? O T S U P P K a
Df AID OF THE
CATHOLIC CHAPEL IN AIKEN, S. C.
THE LADIES OF THE CATHOLIC CONGREGA?
TIONS of the City, desirous to aid the Right Rev.
Bishop PERSICO to erect a Missionary Chapel in
Aiken, will give a HOT SUPPER AND REFRESH?
MENT ENTERTAINMENT in
Kv tn i ii? s of tue 1st, fed and 3d of Feb.
In conjpztton with the entertainment, there will
also be offered FOR SALE AND RAF* LE A ?FINE
COLLECTION OF USEFUL AND FANCY ARTI?
The Hall will be opened every evening from 6 to
PRICE OF ADSIIS8I0J? :
Single Tickets.25 cents.
Single Season Ticket?.50 cents.
Family Season Tickets .SI 00
E. F. SW FEG AN,
Chairman Committee tf Arrangements.
Untiles tn panhruptrn.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MA I TER OF JAMES
D. BLANDING, BANKRUPT, Bx" WHOM A PEH
TION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE ?Ora DAV OF DE ('EM HER,
a. D.. 1868, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY
This is to give notlco that on tbc TWENTY-SIXTH DAT
OF JANUARY, A.D., 1869, a Wurran tin Bankruotoy WOF
issued against the Estate of JAMES D. BL ANDI.NO,
of Sumter, in thc Distiictof sumtct, and State of]
.South Carolina, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt,
on his own petition; that the pa\ment of any debts
and delivery of any property belonging to said Bank?
rupt, to bini or for his usc. and thc transfer of any
property by him are forbidden by law ? that a meet?
ing of the Creditors oft he said Bankrupt, to prove?
their iicht", ard to choose ono or moro Assignees of |
Ins Estate, will bo bold nt a Court of Bjnkruptcy,
to be holden at No. 72 Brood-street, Charleston.
South Cai olina, before J. C. CARPENTER, Reiriflirar,
on I ho TWELFTH DAT OF FEBRUARY, A. D , 1809, at
ll o'clock A. M. J P. M. EPPINli,
United States Mar-hal os MoFsingcr.
January 30 1
IN Til E DISTRICT CUUKT OF TUR
UNITED STATES, FOR TH li DIST RlcT OF
SOUl i CAROLINA -IN THE MAI TER OF ROB EUT
C. EASTERLING. BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A PE
'IETION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY
WAS FILED ON THE 31ST DAY OF DEOtUIBKK,
A. D. 1868, IN SAID COURT-IN BANKRUPTCY -
This ls to give notice, that on the TWEN IT-EIGHTH DAY
OF JANUARY, A. D. }86>, a Warrant tn Bankruptcy
was issued against thc Esta lc ot ROU?RT c. EAST?
ERLING, of Hct.netUvil:*!. iu tho District of Marl?
boro', and Slate ol' .omi: Carolina, who has boen
adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition ; that
ibo payment of any debtH and deliver* of any
I roporty bfionging to said Bankrupt,to him or for
his U-*o, and tho ti auster ot any propcrty by him
arc forbidden hy law; that a meeting > lt he credi?
tors of thc Faid Bankrupt, lo prove their debts', and
to choose one or moro Assignees of his Estate, will
be liekt at u C. url of Bankruptcy to bo holden at
No. 72 Broad-street. Cbarle-ton, South Caro ina,
bpforo J. C. CARPEN 'ER, Registrar, on the
FIFTEENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 18C9, at 1U
o'cU-V A.M. .T P M. FPPTNG.
UnTtciTSfiilcs Marshal as Mcrseugcr.
January 30 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES,' FOR TUE DISTRICT 1 'T
SOUIU CAROLIN A-IN THE MATTER OF
ROBERT J. DARGAN', BANKRUPT, BY WHOM
A PET I HON FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK
RUP ICY WAS FILED ON TUE som DAY OF
DECEMBER, A. D. ISCS. IN SAID COURT-IN
BANKRUPTCY -lins is to givo notice that on the
TWESTIEIH DA:' OF JANUARY A. D. 18C9, a War?
rant iu Bankruptcy wax issued against thc Estate ol
ROB KitT J. DAKG*N. of the District of sumter,
and State ol S au th OroliM, who bas been
adjudged a Bankrupt, .ni hi?, own petition; that ?
tho payment ot any dents and delivery ot any
ptopcrty belonging to sai l Bankrupt, to him or
for his use, and the transfer of any property by
him aro forbidden by luw; that a mseilug of the
Cr-Mitais of tho said Bankrupt, to provo their debt.-,
ami to choose one or more Align?es of his Enlate,
will bo held ut a Court of Bankruptcy, to ho holden
at No. 72 Broad-treet. Charleston, south Carolina,
before J C. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the Kioirru
DAY OF FEBBUABY, A. D. 1809, ul 9 o'clock A. M.
J. K M. EeflNO,
United Slates Mumbai aa Mossongcr.
January 30 1
?N THE DISTRICT COURT OF TH K
UNITED RIATE?, FOR IHK DI-TRIOT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN THE MATTER OF GA?
BRIEL W. BRADFORD. BANKttUP"", BY WHOM A
PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT
C? WAS FILED ON THE 80TII DAY OFDF.CRMDER,
A. D. 1868, IN SA?D COURT.-IN BANKRUPTCY
This is to givo notice, that ou tho TWENTIE > H DAY
OF JANUARY, A. D. 1869, a Warrant in Bankruptcy
was is-uei anainst tho tstato of GABRIEL W.
BRADFORD, or Sumter District and SUtc Ol South
Carolina, who bas b?>cn adjudged a Bankrupt
on his own pttit'on; that the payment of any
debts and dc ?verv of any property belonging lo
r&id Bankrupt, to bim or tor his use, and tilt- transfer
of any property by him sro forbidden by law; that a
niec.ing of the creditors ol the baid Bar k runt, to prove
their debts, and to choose one or more Ass guees of
his Estate, ?ill be held at a Court ot Bunkiuptcy, to
bo holden at .<o. 72 Broad-street, Charlei-ton, south
Carolina, before J. C. CARPENTER, Registrar, un
the EIOHTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D. 1869, ot J
o'clock, P. M. J. P. M EPPI.NG,
United States Mar-hal ns Mi stenger.
Janurry "0 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES, FOR TUE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA - IN TUE MAT I ER OF
SAMUEL VV. EVAN-!. BANKRUPT. BY WHOM
A PEiIllON FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON 'THE 80TH DAY OF DE?
CEMBER, A. D. 1868, JN SAID COURT-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.- This i.s to give notice ib t ontbuTW.-.KTY
Kionra D\YOF JANU iBY.A.D. 1869,a Warrant m Bnnk
ruptcy was issued against die Tstate of SAMUEL
W. EVANS, of society Bill iu thc District of Dar
1 ngton, and State o: South Carolina, who lias been
rdjudgod a Bankrupt, on UU owu petition; that
th"; payment of any debts and delivery of auy
property belougiug to said Bankrupt, to him
or for his use. and the trunsferof auy prnpotty by
him are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to choose ono or m 'to ^ssigncas of his Eetalo,
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to bo holden
at No. 72 croud-street, Charleston, S.O., before J
0. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the FIFTEENTH DAY
OFI'EBBUABY, A. D. 1809, at 12 o'clock M.
J. P. n. RIPING,
United States Marshal us Messenger.
January 30 1
Il 'IHK DISl'Kl- I lOUtvT OP THU
UMTTD STATES FOR e.OtJ?H flAROLINA
JAN?IRY I ERM, 1869.-IN THE MATTER OF
JACOB MYER. OF "CHARLES I ON. HANK
ROIT-PElIHON FOR TULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY -Ordered, lhata hear?
ing lie had on the SEVENTH KN TH DAY OF FBBBUABY,
1869, at Federal Courthouse in Charleston, S. c.; and
th it a:l Crediton, &o., ot paid Bankrupt appear at
said time and p aro. and show cause, ir any they can,
why tho pra>er of the petitioner should not be
granted. And that the second and third meeting*
of Crediton of said Bankrupt will be h<id al tho
office ot J. 0. CARPENTER, Esq , Registrar of tho
Second Cougrottional District, h. C., on the SIX?
TEENTH DAY OF FEDBUABY, 1869, at ai 12 M.
By order of the Court, che 21st day of January,
180?. UAMI L UORLBEi K,
Clerk of th? District Court of the United States for
South Carolin i. S3 January 23
IN THE DISTRICT COU Rr OP T.1E
UNIt'tD STATE-;. FOR SOU TB CAR"LTNA
JVNUARY l'KUM. 18R9- IN TUE MATT KR OF
JOHN WAI SON, OF KI.vGSTREE, BiNKRUPl -
PEI 11 ION FUR FULL AND FINAL DI-ICU IKGE
IN BAN KRUPTO if.-Ordered. That a nearing bo had
on thc SEVENTEENTH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 18i!>, at Fed?
eral Uourthou*?, m dmleswu, .-. C., and that all
1 Ted ors, ?cc .of raid Bankrupt uprear a: said timo
and place, and show caa'c, it a v they can, why the
prsyor of tho Petitioner should not ho enroled. Aa-.l
that the Fccnd aid third meetings of .-redi'ors of
baid Bankrupt will be hoid ut tho offl o of J. c. C AR?
PENTER, L>q.. lUidstrar of necoii? Congre-sional
District, South Caro.ina, era the SIXTEENTH DAY OF
FEBBUABY. 1869. at 13 M.
By ord?r ol tho Cou t the 21st day of Jmtiary,
I860. DANIEL UOi.LBECK,
Clerk of tho District Court of the United states for
South I'aroilna. ?3 January ?3
HKir.nw.VS ?HAWING SOH.tlilL
will open on Tut FD AY. February 2 Persona
wishing to patronize the sam-) will plcaso call at No,
449 KING-STREET. tbs* January 28
AT TEND A MEETING OF YO?B CLUB THIS
AFTERNOON, 30th instant, at half-past Five
o'clock, at Office of the Secretary, Accommodation
A foll and punctual attendance is requested, at
business of importance will be transacted.
HENRY T. WILLIAMS,
January 30 1 Secretary. ~
CH ARL ESTO N TYPOGRAPHICAL
UNION, No. 43,
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of your Uniou, THIS (Saturday) EVENING,
30th instant, at Masonic Hall, at Seven o'clock,
By order of the President,
January 8tj_1 C. ADAMS, Secretary.
YOUNG .'IE.\'j CHARITABLE SO?
A TTEMP A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
J\_ of your Soc ety on MONDAY EVEKINO, Febru?
ary 1st, 1869. J. L. 1-EN NICK,
January 30 2* Secretary.
CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY.
THE SEVENTY-?IFTH ANNIVERSARY MEET?
ING of the Charleston Mechanic Society will
le held ot tho Mos- nie Hall on MONDAY, the 1st of
1 ebruary, 18C9, at Twelve o'clock M. The members
are requested to bo punctual in attendance as buti?
n?es of importance wi'l be submitted.
JOSEPH GUY, Secretary C. M. S.
January 28 tbsm3
CHARLESTON GAS LIGHT COMPANY.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS bf this Company will be bold on MONDAY,
1st February, at Twolve o'clock M., at the haU of the
Insurance and Trust con pany, No. 8 Broad-street,
when a statement of tho affairs of the Company wilt
be submitted, and election held lor President and
eight Directois to serve /or the ensuing year.
W. J. HERIOT,
January 22_Secrelory and Treasurer.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE SOUTH CAROL-IT A RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY AND OF THE SOUTHWEST
ERN RAILltUAD BANK.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK
HO) DEBS of tho above Institutions will re hold
in the City of Charleston on the second TUESDAY in
February next, the 9th of that month. Place of
meeting, Hall of thc Southwestern Railroad Bank.
Hour of convening, Eleven o'clock A. M.
On the day following, WEDNESEAY, tho 10th, ther.
?ill bc an election held at the san e place, between
tho hours of Nine A. M. and Throe P. M., for FIF?
TEEN DIRECTORS of tne Railroad Cou pany and
THIRTEEN DIRECTORS nf tho Bank.
' A committee to verify Proxies will attend.
Stockholders will be passed as usual over tho road
to and from th? meeUng tree of charge, in accord?
ance with the resolution of the Convention of 18S4.
J. B. EMbRY. Secretiry.
January 12 tuth4 tuths.7
FIVE THOUSAND VOLUME*
STANDARD WORKS AND NOVEL?.
Subscribers wanted at
JOHN O MAHA'S,
January 29 C* No. 80 Qnccu-stroet.
WAN TKO, DY A RESPECTABLE
white girl, a SIiUAlION as Ch?mb-rmaid,
and to do general housework; is capable at all kinds
of sewing. Apply at No. 66 ST. PHILIP-STREET,
opposite up-t?wn markot. 2* Jauuory 29
IAi FORMATION WANTED.-ANY IN.
FORMATION given ol STEPHEN KEYS, who
reached thc etty on Wednesday last, wil) b<- thank?
fully rcclvod by his wife, MARIA KEYS, at Grocery,
corner Church au.. Chalmers-streets.
Di comber 16
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THK LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
Avril 21_No. 161 King-street.
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for thc prr-ss, employmcul on
ono or Dioro Literary Papers or Magazines, aa
WRITER OF SKETCHES POETRY, fcc. Address
Miss K. E. W., Post?nico, Charleston, S. C.
"\1/"ANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB.
v? SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
ClfAWT.ro C. liXUUTlirt'R ?AIU?L Library of New
Dooks contains ull ol the latest publication)).
April 21 No. Hil KING-STREET.
month, or a commission from which twice
(hat amount can be made by selling the latest im?
proved COMMON SENSE FAMILY SEWING MA
CHINF; price S18. For circulars and terms, address
C. BOWE i S & CO., No. 320 South T hird-street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 3mo December 5
MULES KUR S.ILE.-JUST RECK1V.
ED, on additional supply of extra nice MULES.
May bo Feen at thc MibRcnccr's stables. Queen
street, bet? nen Friend and Mazyck. P. WEsT.
January 29 2
AT PRIVATE SALE, THAT FINE
STAND wBh fixtures for a Grocery,corner
Calhoun and East Bay streets, No. 33. Apply ON
PREM L-ES._theta_January 21
STEAM ENGINES FOR ?ALE CHEAP,
If applied lor inmediately
ll) Ono 12 horse Portabio ENGINE
(ll One 4-iiorse Portable Engine.
(1) One 8-horsc-power ENGINE, in good condition.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & io.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland-streets.
BANK OF LIVERPOOL.
DRAFTS AT SIGHT ON THE ABOVE BANK, IN
sums to suit purchasers-, for tale by
G. A. TBENHOLM * SON.
January 30 stuthS
FOR SALE BY
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.
No. 69 BHOAD-STREEr,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TRANSIENT, FAMILIES and DAY BOARD at the
nost tesouabio torms, by
Mrs. R. C. FINNEY.
January 30 stuihsmo
Il ARLESTON HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED BESPE01 FULLY IN
70KM-S his friends and the public generally that bo
las Liken charge of tine well-known aud popular
FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, and hopes bv ?ti ?ct attention
o merit a full st are of tnt pub lc patronage.
T he celebrated Artesian Water Baths, hot, cold and
ibowi-r, can bo had at all hours.
Ci aches vRh attentive porters are always In readi?
ness to oonvey passengers to and from the different
railroads and steamers. E H. JACKSON,
January 15 Imo
WEEKLY LIST iNEW BOOKS, ka.
THE POET AND TH H PAI.NTER, or Gems Of Art
and song, with ninety-nine l>rgo steel engrav?
ings, imperial Sro. moros-.o, $20.
TENSYSON'S ENID. Illistrated by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, in au o'ogant binding, ?10.
IKN.NYBON'B LOOKSLY BALL, Illustrated by Henneay,
4 octavo, $3.
QUAY'S ELEGY, with seventeen flnelv colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf the
orla'nal manuscript, i io. $0 25.
WAYSIDE POSIES, original Poems of country life,
oitited by Robert Buchanan, with furiy-seven
illustrations. 410. $10
I HE Bino, by Mich. loi, illustrated by two hundred
and ten exquisite engravings bv GiacomeUi, 36.
CUBIST IN SONG, or Hyms ot Immanuel, .olectoo
irom all ages by Philip schaff, D. D., Svo, cloth
gili oxtro, $6.
COWPER'S ? ABLE TALK, and other Poems, beauti
inlly illustrated by the moat eminejt English
A' tLiU, 1 volume. 4to, $3.
STOBY wnaouT AN END, flora the Gorman of Ca
rove, large 4to, with Cficou beautiful pic
tureP, in imitai io.i of witor color?, $7 6".
CHRISTMAS CABOL. hy charles Dickens, with thirty
illu>tratlons, by Eyutige, i-inail 4 ocavo, ?5.
SCOTIA'S BAUDS, tho choicest productions of the
S. ot Heh Poets, beautifully illustra o J, Svo, $4.
MABUION, bv Walter >octt, with fifteen photographic
Ulu-traUon , $8.
LAYS OF THE HOLY LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, with sixty-throe UTust. ations, 8 vc, :8.
CHAMDEHS' BOOK OF LAYS a miscellany ot popular
antiquities, twu lamo volume?, royal 8vo, 99,
Tte Above are all in elegant bindings.
January I Ijr
BY EY?EY ^TEAMED ?
WM.'S. OOBWt?-Ji'-eO. RECEIVE A FRESH
annply of CRACKERS and BISCUITS, Goshen
Butter,TNonr, ftc. ~ y - Imo_January 30
PICKLES, KETCHUP. &c.
EXTRA LABGEPICKLESJM BARRELS
Mushroom, Walnut, and J ornato Ketchup
Devilled Ham, in 1 lb. cans
Desiccated Codfish, in 1 lb. boxes
A supply of Keller's-celebrated assorted package
Candies. Just received at the; . j.
CO-OPERATIVE GBOCEF.Y STOBE, .
Southwest corner Mee ing and Marget streets.
Goods delivered (tee_January30
CHOICE NATIVE WINES.
WE HAVE NOW LANDING PEE STEAMER
Champion, tho following brands of CALI?
FORNIA WI.iES: MUSCATEL, Port, Hock, Sherry,
Angelica and Sparkling;.also, California BitterB.
Ihe above Wines have become a .leading article at
the North on account of being' strictly pure and
duty free, which rendora them comparatively cheap.
For sale by C. D. AHRENS k CO.,
Corner King and Market streets.
January 28 _? ? _3_
PINEAPPLES, QUINCE.", STRAWBERRIES,
Ch ernes, Apple Butter, Tomatoes, Green Corn,
Green Peas, Succotash, String Beans, Asparagus,
Mushrooms, Truffles, in two and three po uni cans,
at WM. 8. CORWrN tc 00.,
January 30 Imo No. 276 King-street.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
1 6)0 HHDS. CHOICE DRY GROCERY SUGAR
AM? 18 hhds. Prime (new c op) Muscovado
Molasses. N ow land lng ex British brig Wm. M. Nash,
from Cardonas, and for sale in lots to suit purcha?
sers, by W. P. HALL,
January 26 5 Brown & Co.'s Wharf.
LOBSTER. MACKEREL, LITTLE NECK CLAMS,
in one, two and three pound cone
Devilled Entremets-Ham, Turkey and Lobster, for
Patlea of Wild Game, Sardines, Beef a la Mode, Tur?
key, Chieken, Sausage Meat, in cace, of good
quality, at WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
January 30 Imo No. 275 King-street.
I / J ff rk SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, DAILY
W 'fj \J expected by etoimer Golden Horn, and
tor amie by ' HENEY CODI A & CO.
SPICES. SWEET HERBS RAISINS, CITRON,
Currants. Prunes, Dried _/ppl03, Brunelles,
tigs in boxes anil drums, at 25, 6Cc and SI; Pecans,
Hasel and Hickory Nuts, Soft Shell Almonds, con?
stantly on band, at WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
January 30 Imo No. 275 King-street.
COCOA, BBSAKFAST COCOA, BROMA, HOMO
PA l'a IC Cocoa, a fresh supply at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
January 30 Imo Mo. 275 King-street.
WHARTON & ?0FFETT,
M OF FETT & WHARTON,
MO. 22 EAST DAY di BEET.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING BV EVERY STEAM?
ER, APPLES and PO l'A I'd ES, and offer for
sile the following varieties of Eating and Seed
j Goodrich Soedling-PINK EYE
Western Red-Duck Ey o
Chili Red-Davis seedling
Poach Blow-Early Rose.
Partios ordonng fir see i sh mid do so at once, be?
fore the rivers and canals aro frozon up,
T. J. WHARTON,
No. 115 Wc?t-street, Now York.
JAME:? G. MOFFETT,
No. 22 East Bay street. Charleston.
December 30 arno
CHOICE FULTON MARKET
]TIA MILT PIG PORK, MESS BEEF AND MESS
PORK, Codfish,. Yaimouth B oaters, Dutch
Herring, Sardclles. Mackerel, Pickled an i Smoked
t-a'mon, Hi.lbnt Fins, Sounds and Tongues, receiv?
ed every wek, at WM. S. CORWIN k i?;,
.T.iuuiuy3Q_ Imo No. 275 Ki en-street.
GENUINE SEED POTATOES TO
FIVE HU S DR ED BARRELS.
?)AA BBL9. WESTERN RED POTATOES
?\'\I 100bbls. Chili Red Potatoes
100 bbls. Garnett Bcd Potatoes
100 bbls. Pink Eye Potatoes.
On board the schooners A. E. Glover and .'ona?
.fcinith. For sale by
JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON,
December 20 No. 167 East Bay.
DAVIS' DIAMOND AND MAG?
CHOICE BREAKFAST STRIPS, SMOKED AND
PICKLED TONGUES, Couceutrated Beef and
Pork, German ?au agc, at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO..
January 30 Imo No. 275 Kiog-street
PATENT AND PEARL BARLEY, SAGO, TA
PIOCA. Maizena, Corn Starch, Arrow Root,
Cometock's Rational Food, Italian Maccaronl and
Vonni -elli, Cm's bpukling and Cooper** Go'atico,
Fi euch, Aineri.'au and Russian Isinglass, will be
found at WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
JaLiury 30 Imo No. 275 Ktng-slreeL
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH :
QAAA SACKS SALT
0\J\J\J 10: 0 barrels Pink Eye Seed Potatoes
100 bales Gunny Bagging
301 coils Hemp and Manilla Rope
1000 kegs Nails
200 barrels Coffee Sugar, A, B and C
500 b 'gs Rio Coffeo
ll<0 barrels New Orleans Molosecs
300 boxes Adamantino Candles
GOO kegs Orange Mills Powder
100 hogsheads Now crloana sud Musco?
vado Su ?ar
100 tiorces Rice.
January t9 luthslmo
PREMIUM F\MILY FLOUR,
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, H ECKER'S SELF-RAIS?
ING Wheat and Buckwheat Hour, Rice Flour,
Preston k Merrill's ind Pionoer Yoast Powder, Wor
cc-te: Hop Yeast i 'akes, Ci earn Tartar, Soda. AU of
tho best quality, at WM. S. CO H WIN k CO.,
January 30 Imo No. 275 King-street.
FRENCH, AMI RICAN AND
CIDER VINEG AR,WARRANTED PURE
PRIME GOSHEN BUTTER, OF THE BEST
quality, received every week; Cooking Butter,
Prime Lsaf Lard, ia 3,5, 10 and 2 ) lb packages, and
in ucy quantity to suit purchasers, at
WM. s. COR wry 4 co.,
January 30 Imo No. 275 King-street.
ENGLISH DAIRY, PINEAPPLE. ETD AM, SAP
SAGO, YOUNG AMi'RICA OHEESES, at
WM. S. CORWIN & CO ,
January 30 Imo No. 275 King-f treet.
PER STEAMER CIAIBRIA.
VEGETABLE AND FLOWER SEEDS, BULBOUS
BOOTS" kc, viz: Early and Large York Cab?
bage, Early and Late Drumhead. Early and Late Bat
tet:a?-a, Early und I ate Flat Dutch, Early May, Early
Sugar Loaf, J-arlv Ox Heart and Green Glaze Cab?
bages, Drumhead and Greon Curled Savoys, Brown
and Green Curled Kale. Cauliflower, Brocalii, Rad?
ish Turnips, Beets, Carrots, Spinach, Onion Seed.
Parsnips, pirsley. Leoks, Lettuce, Thyme, Sage, kc,
kc, Red and Whlto Planting Onions.
FINE MIXED GERANIA"<8, 60 cents per paper;
Largo Pansy or Hea tacase. Largo Double carna?
tion*, Plootuo and Pheasant's Eye Pinks. Mixed Ver?
bena, Double Blood red Wallflower. Double Dah ia,
Double OllliflowHrn, Double UilsanM. 25 conta per
paper; t-carlot, White and PurploCanditufts. Double
ch na Pinks. Giiea Tricolor Double Hollyocks,
olarkia Pulchella, Larkspurs, Sweet William Core?
opsis, Poppies. Mixed NuniophilU Snap Dragon,
Canterbury Bells, Coxcomb, sweet Mignonette,,
sweet Al-Bsum, Princi ss Feather, china and Ger?
man Ash rs. Primrose Zennia, Peluuia. Portulaca,
Phlox Drummondi, He I Valerian, Running V nes,
kc, kc, lOoeuts perpiper; fine strong ondvigo
roan Strawberry Panta, a choleo collection of Tea
Rosea, Double l ahlias, ail color;.
An OBBDrtment ef H OU-EK FE PING ARTICLES,
Agricultural and Horticultural Implements.
Fer sale by JOHN THOMSuN S CO.,
No. 2?8 King-street,
January 16 stutbU Charleston, S. C.
?rotnf? aui) . ?Bisreltonecns.
BED AND BLACK CURRANT,
CH AB APPLE. QUINCE. BLACKBERRY AND
Caires' -Feet Jolly, Guava Jelly, Preserved
Chow chow, Peaches, Quinces. Limes, Raspberries,
in glass. Brandy Peaches, Gages, Apricots, Pie
Fruits, for sale at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
January 30 _ lmo_ No. 275JUng-etreet.
ENGLISH PICKLES, I
CHOW.CHOW, ONIONS, C AULLELO WEB. WAL?
NUTS; Mushroom,. Walnut and Tomato Cat?
sups; Worcestershire. John BuB,-India Scy, Paoli,
Beading Sauces; ? ssence of Shrimps and Anchovies,
Anchovy Paste, Curry Powder, Salad JDresaing, at
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
January-30 Imo No. 276 King-street.
BORER'S, HOSTETIEB'S, RUSS' ST. DOMIN?
GO, Staughton BITTERS
Drake's Plantation Bitters, $1 per bottle, $11 per
case, at WM. S. CvRWIN k CO.
January 80_ -_Imo
CHOICE STRIPS, SHOULDERS
ANO C. ft. SIDES, *c.
I A BARRELS.. CHOICE NEW YORK SUGAR.
IU CURED STRIPS, "small"
15 hhds strictly Prime Western Shoulders and 0.
900 reams Straw Paper
20 bbls choice W. W. and Cider Vinegar
25 bbls Prime Molasses
SOO pounds Prime Bologna Sausages
20 hhds choice N. O. Sugars.
Lauding and in store and for sile by
HUBEY & ALEXANDfR.
January 30 2
CURACOA, KRUMM ELL, AbSINTHE, CHAR- '
TREUSF, Creme de Monthes, Rose, Canelle, f
Hoyan, Parfait Amour. Huile de Vanille.
For sale by WM. t?. CORWIN & CO., . i
JapuarySO Imo No. 278 King-street, j
I OAA BUSHELS OF 8EED BICE, GROWN
LwUU on NorthSantee, weighing 47 pounds
per bushel. For sale by
W. C. COURTNEf k CO.,
January 26 tutbslmo No. 9 Boyce's Wharf.
YIRGIN OIL OFAIX,
LUCCA OIL, CAPERS, SPANISH AND FRENCH
Olives, Olives Farcie^.' Anchovies.
Congress, Kissingen and Vichy Waters,'at
WM. 8. CORWIN k 00., .
January 30 Imo No. 275 King-street.
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERS!
IF YOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA OIGAB, caUatNo. 80MAB
KET-S1REET, where you will find now open for
inspection the largest and most select stock of Cigars
ever imported to this market, and which we offer at
a price that wUl satisfy ali demanda.
Wholesale and Retail, by
SAYAS & KAU IN A S,
January 1 Wi No. 80 Market-street.
VE CLICQUOT, PON'ARDTN. MOOK & CHAN
DON'S Imperial, Mum m'a Private Stock, Cabi?
net Vorzonay, Dry Slllery^nd Verzanay, warranted
genuine, and for sale by
WM. 8. CORWIN k CO.,
January 30 Imo No. 276 King-street
ALARGB STOCK OF FINE CUT SMOKING
TOBACCO wUl be offered for sale exceedingly
below manufacturer's price.
A very select assortaient of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS AT ALL
C ;> na timers and merchants will do well In giving
a eau at
No. 314 KING-STREET,
January 25 mtttag* CORNER SOCIETY.
SATIN GLOSS, PEARL AND
FIG. BUTTON AND LIQUID BLUEING,. SOAPS,
Candia?, at WM. 8. CORWIN fc CO.'. ^
January 30 Imo No. 276 King-street . ?
PLAN lTft'G POTATOES.
1 A An BARRELS CHOICE PINK EYE PLAST- '
LUl/VJ INO POTATOB-t.
For pale by GEO. W. WILL LAMS k CO.
Jauuary 29 nao 12
GODARD'S COUrRY, JOHNSTON'S MEDOC,
St. Loube?, Branderburg Freres, St. Julien
Medoc, Chateaux. Murgaux, Chateau Yjnero, Hock
hoimer, Lanbenheimer,Hauts.utorne, Chambertin,
Nuits, clos de Vougeor, of direct importation. '
For salo by WM. o. CORWIN.& CO..
January 30 Imo No. 275 Kins-street
CORN AND FLOUR.
K AA A BUSHELS PRIME TENNESSEE CORN,
O U U\J in store and to arrive
500 bbls. Flonr. various brands
60 bbls. Rye Flour, Campsen Mills
200 : acks Eanally, Extra and fcuper Flonr, Campsen
For sale low in quantities to snit purchasers, by
JOHN CAMPSEN A CO., -
No. ll Market-street, and No. 80 East Bay.
January 29 3
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA,
GENUINE MOCHA. LAQUAYBA, PRIME Bi?)
Cort-EE s. Constantly on hand, Parched and
Ground Java Coffee, warranted pure, by
WM. S. CORWIN * CO.,
January 30 Imo No. 275 King-street.
CORN AND OATS IN BULK.
2/f\r\f \ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN
*VJVJ\J tlOOO bushels Primo Oats, landing
' tuls day per schooner Gertie Lswis, from Bal?
timore. For tale low by
January it9 2 J. N. TTDKMANN ii CO.
JEFFREYS'. BASS', ALLSOP'S ALES. IM?
PORTED recently and dlreot by
WM. S. COBWIN k CO.,
No. 276 King-street.
A suppl:* of PHILADELPHIA PORTER, in pints.
January 30 imo
NEW CROP SUGAR AND MO?
OAA HDDS- CHOICE CARDENAS MOLASSES
?j\)\J 60hhds Grocory Sugars.
Now landing ex brig "Baltimore," and for sale by
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
January 28_Nos, 143 and 145 East Bay.
?SUGAR HOUSE AND GOLDEN
TVTEW ORLEANS AND MUSCOVADO MOLASSES,
jji at WM. s. CORWIN & co.,
january 30 Imo No. 275 King-street.
RECEIVED PER BARK ADMIRAL CE?
CI LLD, ERO.vi HAVRE, AT JACK?
SONVILLE, FLOKIDA, X
QaA CASE- FREN OH BEER, OB BIERS
Genuine- French < laret Wine, Cognac Brandy
A VARIETY OE FRENCH GOODS.
ALSO, IN STORE,
30 cases GENUINE ENGLISH ALE, in pinta, and a
variety of Choice Liquors
10 kegs Choice Malaga Grapes.
Assarted FRUITS, Guava JeUy, Nuts
Gnewing and Smoking Tobacco
Domestlj and Havana Cipars, Plpea, kc, kc.
foe sale by
JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. las MEETING-STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUIH OF MARKET-STREET.
LIQUID BENNETT, ORANGE FLOWEB WA
i ER, Rose Water, Celery and Caraway Seed,
Mock 1 urti?, Ox Tail a id Tomato Sonp, Borden's
concentrated irxtmct of Beef, lonrtalot's Essence
of Beel, fJr soups an J invalids. For sale at
WM. b. CORWIN k CO.,
January 30 Imo_No. 27a King-street.
SALT, BAGGING, &c.
r rv rv SACKf LIVERPOOL SALT
OUU '5 bales Dundee Bagging
20 bales uunoy Clo tu
10 hhds. Bacon sides and Shoulders
ot bbls. Crashed and Coffee sugars
60 bb-B. S. H. Mollases f
IOU boxes Soap, varlou' brands
Tobacco, Candles, Flour, Biro, kc
For sale by RAVENED A HOLMES,
No. 177 East Bay,
January ll Imo Opposite Accommodation Wbart