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THE DAILY NEWS.
On a ?piteful Letter.
BX AUrUD tKHVTBOS, D. Or??
Here, it ie here- tho do e of tito rear.
and wita it a ?pitiful letter
My tame in son ; has ?one bim muon wrong,
Tor himself bas done much better.
0, fooUah bard, iiyorrr lot so hard,
Ifmennegleot your pases? ? _
I think not much of yours or or mine;
I bear the roll ot ages.
Tbl? fallen leaf, isn't fame as brief?
My rhyme9 may have b jen the stronger,
Yet bate me not, but abide your lot;
I last but a moment longer.
0, faded leaf, ian.'t f arno as brief ?
What room ia here tor a hater?
Yet iba yellow leaf batea the greener leaf,
Fox lt nanga one moment later.
Greater than I-i-n't that y our cry ?
And T ahull UTO to sop it.
Well, if it be so. so it is, yon snow;
And If lt be so-so be lt
0, sum OD er leaf, isn't life as brief?
But tbi" is the tone of hollies;
And my he^rt, my heart ia an evergreen,
I bate the spite? and the follies.
The Ex-E mpress Carlotta.
MXB ASYLTTff AITO XA2WEB OF LXBX-TSNDKB
PMCADTTOKS-YTEXS AND TKXKAXOB
07 THS F AIE FBT30HBB.
A Frenchman who lately visited Castle Tor
rueren, the aayium of the unfortunate Empress
Carlotta, previous to ber removal to Castle
Lacken,.gives, in the > aria Figaro, an inter?
esting account of the impressions whiob he
"Tho apartments of the Empress Carlotta
are on the ground floor. Her sitting room has
three parts, is very pleasant and well lighted,
aird opens upon a large lawn. The Empresa
)ikos to sit bore at the window, leaning on her,
?Ibo w, ' and to enjoy the beautiful view, on
which occasion she plays incessantly with a
ringlet of ber hair. The room, a mixtura of
luxury and, precarrrtionB, is hung entirety ~in
white. ? net work of yellow satm runs as a
border around the whole ceiliug, and is turned
down in the corners. Ail reliefs are carefully
avoided, or disappear nuder soft cushions;
neither knobs nor keys are to bo seen at the'
eloora; for the rest, t^o roo us lead into, ono
another, and are connected by portier ir3 ; in
order to enter, you merely draw them aside,
. Her bed is lined with cunad gtuze; the cur?
tains desoend from the pahopy like clouds of
gauze, forming a transparent mist. The Em
pr.B? sleeps nuder the eyes of those who
. ? table lapis lazuli stands under tbejlrrstro of
her writing desk. On the sidos of tho bed ,
are to bo aeon the life-size portraits of King
- Leo poid L a ud Queen Louisa. Tho portrait of
the present King, a Bplendid photograph,
adorns the-mantle piece, on wbioh stands also
a beautiful clock a la Louis XVI. Opposite
the mantle p:eec is a glass case of ebony and
gold, whoa e tone is not exactly in keeping with
the krui ensemble. On the wall opposite the:
bed, between the two windows, is a Christ oi
? ivory on Ma cross of ebony, over a prie dieu
bearing' th? escutcheons ot Orleans and Bel
S'um. This prie dieu, already w ornout and faded
. the knees and tears of Carlotta ai.d hex
mother, ia tho samo, on which the Queen, the
daughter or Louis Phiihppe, used to pray. But
there ia in, thia room nothing, nothing what?
ever recalur.g Carlotta's husband, Maximilian;
sod yet there ia blonde hair in the golden
locket hanging on tbe nail that pierces the
fpet of Oarist. li is the lock which Maximilian1
entrust od to the priest who comforted him on
going to his execution. For the rest Carlotta
never -seems to-ooenpy herself with him, at:
least not in the presence of witnesses. Has !
God, in h;s mercy, exfangu.ahed her memory
: "Toe .Enipreas riee3 early, ber sleep being
very reatleaa. ?ku goos to Dod at ten. She
hear? ono mass daily,- her devotion is touch?
ing. Bha takes a very light breakfast, and also
amofit un?ba Un Ual duiner. Fruit, and milk
'aro. hor: favorite food. This diot, whioh ehe
adojited ai Miram ar, and from which they try
to wean her at Caa tie Tervueren, a a da to the
Uoodlesaness which has so tearfully under
minod the- hOalth of tho Princess. Sue chats,
she reads and writes, but never of her hu3
baud.'. J. waa so fortunate aa to obtain one of
her pens, as well as a sheet of paper on wbioh
abe nad written all sorta of incoh?rent senten?
ces, toe whole being signed '.'Oariotia." What
a diflexence thore ia between thia tad her for?
mer hand writing J ? Everything, in --- ,w but
the ehodow of wuat ahe.was.
Bar &atex-in-la\Y, the Queen of Belgium,
leaves her only from tune to tune, In order to
embrace her children at Ostend or Brussels.
How much kindness and. tender solicitude, and
what an aug ?Tlc protecUon, au; rounds this au
rttst and interesting victim 1 What efforts aro
Ming mada to conceal from the poor sufferer
toa tact that sue is a prisoner, ana to hide from
1er the grated windows of the pria on at Ter?
rearen! During tho very rare absence of tba
Queen instanced of her trying to escapo have
ooourred; tho n otrves of these attempts, she
says, is to 'fulfil her miesii'n." It was only
the other day she disappeared and hastened
through the forest. She was finally found ex?
hausted, her dress torn, her hands bloody, at
the door of a dairy farm-house, wnicbyou may
ace on theLemoen road throe gb the clearing
of the forest; abo had offered herself as a ser?
vant girl to the proprietor of this farm. Pre?
nons to this last attempt, she bad once de?
ceived the vigilance of uer guardians, under
rory mournful circumstances. This was ber
first eecape. What an'excitement did it pra?
ctice. How anxiously she was Bought tor 1
Sh* waa mund in tho same forest. Sbe was
?BjsjtMg to tba trees, some of which she had
adorned; and she took from her pocket, sand
whioh sae distributed liberally, like ounces of
eAlJihS. would not leave tue place, and of
ed the most violent resistance to those who
removed her. It was dreadful to see her stamp
the ground with her feet, and here her de?
clare, with her arms stretched out imperiously,
that she was waiting for the large oak.
The people of the village and the whole vi?
cinity adore her. Whenever any of the vil?
lagers meet her, they smile immediately, in
ordoi not to g.ve her cause for apprehension or
anxiety.' Ah speak wich prof o and emotion ot
her ol.ildnood, and say that although she ap
p?ara m~>ro uiajeauo, une bas inherited the vir?
tuos o? bur excluent and amiable mother. It
wast nob until I and my lufiueutial guide bad
visited the pavibou and ber rooms that we
beheld tba Empress. She had just accompa?
nied her uncles a short distance on their return
from Tervueren. I saw her drawing figures
With her foot, while they took leave,or har, and
suddenly, bursting into a flood of tears, throw?
ing herself ico their anns.
The face of the poor lady is fearfully emacia?
ted. lt exhibits the angular features of the
late Queen Maria Amena (consort of Louis
Philhppe), but with a blauk expression of utter
lack cf thought Her hair, winch was parted
hi the middie. left her piominent forehead un?
covered ? L could diatinctly see the sunken tem"
plea, with tho blue, violen^.throbbing veins,
and t rotrudiug cheeks, which are always flash
eal wi th excitement. Sue wore a light-colored
dress and a rose colored necktie, wm ch, I sup?
pose, ia the best refutation of the assertion
that she ia aware ot tho execution ot her Impe?
'? ?? Bxporta.'
WEST INDIES-Per acht Yankee Blade-110,000 feet
HEW YOBK-Per steamship Miami-1135 bales I p.
land Cotton, 1038 aaoka Oom, 277 Ale bbls, 19
^ hula Egga, and sundry Packages..
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-182 bales
Co.ujn, 56 bales Domestics and Yarn, 119 tierces
Bioe, 18 aids Hides, 15 bales Hide? and Midna
IO barnie Fertilizer, 55 boxes shoes 15 bales
Bags. 100 tierce? Salt. 171 B?rrela (empty), 600
fa? Lumber, 17 Packages.
j Clutrleston Cotton St?rket.
OFFICE OF THE OHABLESTOK DALLI NEWS, 1
OSASXXsrov, Saturday Evening. Jan. 35, '68. j
COTTON.-During the forenoon the market was
ojotat, wad boyera were generally balding off; tbe
eales during this port of the day amounted to about
860 balss, but in the afternoon m telligonce coming to
hand of an advance at Liverpool, some i50 bales ad?
ditional chan, ed banda at an improvement of about
Jfo. 9 m., total salea of the day 800 bales, say 8 at 12,
IB rt 1?X. 17 at 14*. 17 at 16, 35 at 15*. 105 at 15*.
88 at 18, 35 at 16*, 79 at 16)*, 63atlCX, 163 at 17,
?rt IT*, and 115 striae. We quote:
i . S LIVERPOOL, cniismcATioN.
Ord friary to Good Ordinary.HKffllBfc.
WlTlBlHOTON, Jarroary- 25. - Trncrsrrnrc.
prtoe* unchanged. Sales of 163 bbls at 82 90 for soft
and tl 76 for bard, V 380 ft s.
Spurrs TuBPurrnot-The market baa ruled ac?
tiva to-day under the advices received, and closes at
m advance of laiXc. Balea of 60 bbla a; 49c, and
501 do at 50a $ gallon. , ,??,
Eos IN-Has been in some batter deiaand, and
prices bave improved. Sales of 474 bbls at $2 fjr
strained, $2 10a2 12X ta No 3, and 52 SOaS for No. *
is in quality.
TAB-Sales of 74 obis at $195 f bul f ale . also I
35 obis, In shipping order, at $315.
COOTON-Silos of 96 bales at 18c for Low fiddling
Savannah Weekly Marget.
S WANNAH, January 28.-Corro??.-Our last
weekly review quo tod tho market Uosto? quiet and
firm at tho following quotations :
The market opened on Friday with tn active de?
mand, but buyers were not disposed to secede to the
views of holders until alter Ute reoeHt of advices
from Liveroool and New York, lh? ne wof an ad?
vance te both markets caused our marget to becom e
excited; and- pnces advanced XaXc according t
gradee; the advance being chiefly on the better
grades. The market closed firm et 16c i sr Middling,
with an advancing tendency.
On Saturday buyers e .tercd the marti t freely, but
haulers were cot disposed for large uansactiona,
looking for a still further advanoe. On ring the day
advices from Lirerjool reported successive ad?
vances of Xd, and our market becam > still more
excited, cloetag firm at an advance of vc ; Middling
being beld at rolly lb%o. ? ??
Monday.ope ned well, holders being verv firm at
Saturday's quotations. The very tocleiient weather
restricted-trau sachons, and the light offering sto:k
of good grades confined operations prln tipsily to tn t
lower qualities. Pnces were well euitained, how?
ever, and tue market dosed quiet and steady st
On Tueedev there waa but little doing, buyers
offering too low to meet tb o vie wa of folders. The
neon oUspatches showing unfavorable advices from
Liverpool, caused tiie market to droop, and factors
ware more anxious to sell, but buy sra generally
withdrew, and few sales were effected. At 4 o'clock.
Liveroool dispatches reported another decline, and
? ur market closed dull and irregular tk a decline ol
lue market opened yesterday with a rery light do
maud, a d prices were somewhat weak until advices
from Liverpool and New York were reoeived, which
b- lng tavorablo, oaused holders to become more
firm and ask un advance. Towards noon the de?
mand became more active, but eales ware restricted
on account <. f the light offering stock. Later te the
day New kork reported an advance, and our market
went np x?Xc, cloaing finn with an advancing t. n
Toe market opened finn to-day with aa active de?
mand at tell prices, but transactions wi ?re limited by
the light offering stock. HoUiers ws*e firm and
asking an ad' ance, which in some inatt noes was con?
ceded by tmyera.' Toward noon an a rtive and ad*
vanoing market was reported in both liverpool ?sd
New York, .vhich caused our marka to becom o
finner but somewhat irregular, some factors with*
drawing their stocks. The market cloved firm with
a good demand at mil prices. We quote aa follows :
Low Middling...OJ Ji?16X
The sales to-day are aa follows: 19 tales at 13Kc,
7 at 1SX. 125 at 14,-137 at H>4. 253 at 1 IX, 46 at 14;*,
473 ar 10, 64 at 15X, 76 at 16X. 82i at 15X. 61 at 15*,
301 at 16,10at 16X. 66 at 16)*, 6 at ieX, 13 at 16*,
and 69 at 17c. Total 1653 bales. 1 oui sales for
the week 961*6 bales.
?B'A IsiiABns.-There baa been t fair inquiry
daring the week, resulting in sales of 643 bales, at
varying prioea. The unusually large receipts of long
sta.lo nave led many partios to suppose that tn j
crop would bc much larger than waa generally o? ti?
moteo, but the peculiar condition of s Stairs baa lei
the crop to M sent forward much soc mr than waa
the oase bet?re tee war. 1 Than every plantar bad
hit own gin and got out Ma cotton ut rds leisure,
sending it to market all along the win er and spring.
Now very many of teem hare no gins, and therefoie
aend their cotton in the seed to partier who have set
up larga ginntur estibllshmen' s in ca ltral localities.
These cottons are pat through st'-t?nc : 'and ?rent im?
mediately to market ...
- Another cause'baa aided tels .mruiually early
movement. THOM who engiged ne( roet to work
for abare? of the crop were obliged to lend their cot?
ton to market aa carry as possible te order to Bettie
with their laborers, as new sets ot banda are now to
be hired for the coming year.' Many also were d?si?
rons of realizing o:i their crops te order to repay
their factors tor advances made and t> purchase ne
cessariea for thia season. Ali tueee caiuea have com
'nineo to bring the ix^-^ioTrnx?; mor)'rapidly than
usual, and pri?es have consequent!y been rather
weak. Now, however, rt ls general!-' admitted that i
the crop will fall much below even -tir? lowest em?
ma ie made last lau, and, with t he oert in ty of a ?hoi t
crop, priouB will advance.
? T?o sales to-day have been as rollo TS: 37 bags at
26c 9 at 80c. 9 at Sic 7 at 32c, 83 at'85c, 5 at 37c, 82 1
at 88c 4 at 40c. 6 at 41cff at 42c, 18 at 44c, 4 at 45c 9
at 48c 2 at 50, 24 at 60c, 6 at 7oc Total'tales 200 balta.
Total ?ties for die week 543 halest ;
' ?-? exAta?iarr df ??TTO?'.
. . . &L ?prd
Stock on hand September 2, 1667_ 122 ' 511
Eeceiyed since January 16. 632 18 316
"EtceiVedpievloaBly. 6991 268032
Ixp'd s toce Jan. 16. 488, 19,77! I,
Bxp'd previously....'.'.. 379(T 318OH 4378 :383,,784
. Stock January 23.... . 3373 54,475
Bice-The stock la moon reduced, and prices
have advanced. . ?o.dois are firm at 9a9Xc for
Prim? Olean Carolina lit wholesale. At retail lt ls
brill? lng 9XC .Bough Kioo has ad va ?ced and is, now
Veld ai 82 3Sai2'5?. A choioa artic! ? tor seed com?
mands 88,50*4 50.
'SALT.-the maxkat is overstocked. Two cargoes
were told daring the week, on private term?, we
quote by tee car load at 8145, and in larger lota at
8186. The last cargo aale reported was st 60c to
bond, which would bu about equal :o 81.35 incur
FBXI?BTB.-We quote Cotton te liverpool. Xa0-16d
for square and ld tor round balea by sailing vasseIB,
and by steam vi? New York, ld- on. Jplan i and IXd
on Se? Islands. There la one ve sae! loading for
Havre at le. To New Tork by ateact?bip, lo on Up?
land, l%c on Sa? Island, and 83 60 on Bice. TO
Philadelphia, Xe on Cotton. "Cc on Domestico, and
|2 au Fica lo Bsitinv , Xe on (. Moa, and 51 76
on Bice. Saning freights.remato at Xe to New York
and Xe t > Beaton. Bough Bice is taken to Eos ton
at 12"sali c from. Savannah, and 3.4al6o ?rom tee
titbits, Alt amah? and Ogechee. Lumber IS 89 to New
7ork and $10 to Eastern porty, i?r ber to Europe ls
34a??s per load. We quote Lamber to South Ameri?
can porta a 1$19a20 in gold, and pris ugo.
Baltimore Marla it?
BALTIMoRE, January 34.-OT?N-Owing to
more favorable Li vo i pool advices tc-day, per cable
om 'market was unusually sativo, demand cii'.efly
from ehipporB. Balea foot up 1030 bales; included
were 830 bales Low Middling, at 161 tor Good Ordi?
nary; 16X. 16X?16X4 tor Low kilddltog, bulk at
16X*16Xc; 137 bales barely Middling at 17c; 50 bales
Low Middling and Gulf Middling ?t lG^alTc, market
closing firm, with reduced stock.
~ COTTXX- Ife notice a Detter inquiry to-day from
tee trade, and at tho -time of our le. sv^jg tee market
several-offers wero ponding tor largo lota. Hm sales
reported were 500 bags Kio from ae< ond bands at 15
?V7XC gold; 50 do do at 31c, ourrei cy.
F?ODB-There waa some inquirj to-day for local
trade, heard of nothing for export. Holders gene?
rally firm, bat prices only nominally maintained to
tee absence ot sales.
GHAUT.-The offerings of Wheat to-day were com?
posed of 600 bushels wbUe and 1435 bushels red;
market waa steady; mo choice received; included to
the sales were 300 bushels primo Maryland red at
$3 70; 200 uushels medium do at SS 65: 2000 bushels
lair <o good Penni-yivanta at $2 46a2 55; and 850
bushels oommon do at $2 80. cern-4350 bushels
white and 8650 bushels yellow reoeived; market was
more active, and pnces better; ire report Bales of
3000 bushels white to lota at $1 OJal 15, ss to condi?
tion; a cargo or prime dry Southen.on private terms
underatood at ?1 33 delivered at tie Point-of yel?
low 3000 bushels to lots at 81 Hal 17; 3000 bushels
prime dry at 81 30 delivered at the Point; 3000 bush?
els Western mixed at $1 30. Oats-3800 bushels re?
ceived, sales or 400 bushels at 76 cents and 600 bush?
els at 76 cants. Bye-800 bushels offered ; 60 bushels
Virginia at SI 60; 100 do;Pennsylvania at $1 55 per
ISON.-We report sale? p/ 8j)0 tons Mottled Anthra?
cite Pig at $32 cash; also sales inlets of stunde rd No
3 at $34, and No 1 at 839 per ton.
MOULSSJK.-Norning doing; prie ia nominally un?
PEO vi moss.-The market ii quits active for Bacon
on Southern orders, and prices steady aa before,
viz:ior shoulders'll cents, rib sides J2X centt, ?nd
clear rib 13 cents-Baltimore Hims 17ai8 cents,
latter for best ?ugar-cured. Bulk meats are firm; we
notice a Bale of 10,000 pounds loose Shoulder* at 9
cents; quote pocked held at 9X cents, and Sides,
loose and packed, lOXalOX cents. Mess Pork $22 75
a*23 per bbl. Lard 13Xal3X ?mu for Western
tierces; retail lot- xe nigher.
- Biox-Waa ac ive and nigher to-day; salen of 76
tierces Carolina at 10X cents; quote ?t close held at
lu Xs H cunts.
bnoAB,-Market continues quint, chiefly,for want
of proper assortment The only sale reported waa
15 nada Demorara vacuum pan at 14X cents-quota?
tions ates dy aa before.
New York Market.
The New Tork Evening Post, cf Friday, January
The ease of tee money market is unchanged ex?
cept that the supply of available capital ls on the
increase while tee demand, to' accommodation,
though augmenting, does not grojas rapidly as do
tee means of meeting and satisfying lt. The rate
for call loans ia 5a6, most exe puons at 4. Ccunmer
cial paper passes at 6a7X for choice Jots of otoh
grades, . .
The stock market ie strong. Governments are
fairly active, seven-thirties being np to 107, and five
twenties of 1862 to 111. Bailroad shares aw fever?
ish ?nd advancing. MisceUaneoun sb ires are firmer
After the call the fervor of speculation abated, and
there was acme pressure to sell. From the depres?
sion in prices thus produced, there was a subsequent
- PBODUCE MAREE T.
NBW TOBE, January 34.-tiens, 4c-The market
for Western and Sta o Flour is more active, tee de?
mand being tor tho local trado au 1 for sonth Ameri?
can and tee West Indies. All trades are firm.
Choice spring wheat extras are better.
Tbs sales are 7400 bbls at $? 70a9 15 for super
fine State; $0 CO il 0 25 for fnfeilor river and city
extra;. $10 60810 75 for extra State; $10 80all 30 for
fancy State ;'S945al0 36 for the low grades of Spring
Western Extra; $10 60al2 10 *or good to choice
STog extras; $10al0 75 (for shipping Ohio;
?io 85al5 for trade and family du; 811 36al3 75 for
imber Winter Wheat extra Indiana and Miohigan;
(13 25 ? 15 for White Wheal do do, and $12 76al6
'or St Louis Extras.
Buckwheat flour ls dall at $3 75al per 100 lbs.
California flout ia better and more active. Sales
jf 9000 bags at $12 25ain 60.
Southern flour is shade firmer.
Sales of ir.S0 bbls at $9 80all 25 for ordinary to Rood
sxtra Bal?moie and country; $11 50ai 20 for extra
Eanally Georgia and Virginia, and $llal5 60 lor extra
ind family Maryland and Delaware.
Oats are easier and olose tamo.
Tho sales axe 25,000 bushels Western at 86c in
i ye is Inactive and prices are uncertain.
Com is freely offered and closes lower. The in?
quiry is for the home trade and for export
Th6 salas are 54,000 bushels new Western mixed
st $128al32??, delivered; old do $138 in store;
Jersey yellow at $1 24al 27-the latter plica deliv?
ered; Southern white at Si SO; straw colored Tennes?
see at $1 28. ? -. ,,
PEOVMIONS-Pork ia without activity hut is ne.ci
with more flrmDe88,'clo?ing at about $20"37>i for old
mess, and $21 37XJOT new do.
Sales m job lots of 300 bola at $19 for prime m caa,
and $23 25 for old clear.
-: For future' delivery we nota 1000 bbls new mess,
seller March, at $2168J?.
heel has been in active demand, and prices are
rather better, closing firm.
Sales ot 25 J0 bbls at $14al8 50 lor plain mess, and
S18a2Iior extra mess.
Beef bams are dull ai. $3OaS0 50.
Bacon is quiet and Bomewbat nominal; the scarcity
of freight room prevents shippers from operating.
Dressed hogs continue dull and cather heavy. We
quote at 68a9c tor westorn, tue outside for choice,
Lard is in moderato demand, and with more libe?
ral offerings; prices liave less strength than yes?
Sal?s of 8C0bbls and tes at 12%al8)?ofor Ko 1;
lSXalSXc for city; UjtfaiSMc for fair to prime
steam and k .tile, the outside figures for smell lots.
Beflned lard is held at lSJgalSKo. .
Conraxi-Bio coffee ls firm and in fair demand,
Other styles are quiet
LOTTOif.-The market ls somewhat excited and
rolly X<> higher than our quotations of yesterday.
... -Uplands. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Ordinary.16? 15? 15X 16
Low Middling..lax 16>? 17 17X
Middling.17X 17 X 18 13*
Good Mlddllng.l8X 19 19.X 20
HAT-Di in fair demand but prices are heavy at
$1 16*1 20 for shipping, and $1 26al CO for retail lota;
HOPS-Are moderately active and steady at from 80
aCOo, aa to growth and quality.
LATHS-axe dull at $2 76a$3 per M.
T.Tife-Bockland ls firm at $1 60 for common, and
$186 for lump.
MOLASSES-Is quiet but prices ara unchanged.
RICE-Is dnlL We hear of no sales. Prices are
bTUAW-Ia firm at $1 20 for long rye, and $1 for
Budia.-Raw sugars aro moderately active and
prices are firm. Sales of Cuba at llX*12Xc, and
Demorara at 12X- Kenned are firmer at 16Xal6Xo
WHISKEY-Tho market is dull at 80c, in bond.
FREIGHTS,-To Liverpool, 300 bales cotton at Xd;
100 tea lard at 85s, and by steamer 15,000 bushels
oom at ls. To Bremen, 600 pokgs lard at Vir. Od.
BOSTON, January 22.- COFFEE.- The market has
been quiet for Coffee since our last, the trade pur?
chasing only in small lots to supply imm?diate
wanta. Java has been taken in small lots from sec?
ond hands at 26%c .gold; and Singapore Java
ls held at 21Xc. gold. St Domingo Coffee is quiet
and prices aro nominally OXaiOc, gold, in bond, and
small lots of Cape have been sold at 15?c, gold, duty
COTTON.-Prices of Cotton were gradually tending
upward until near the close of the week, when less
favorable Advices from abroad causeo a slight reac?
tion. Manufacturers have purchased quite freely,
ind stocka sro well sold np. We quote Ordinary at
liX&lSXc; Good Ordinary 15Xal6Xo; Low Mid
chug 16?al7Xc; and Middling at i?KalS>?c per lb,
laolnding Uplands and Gulf, with sales of 80C0 to
4000 bales during the week. The mar ?et closes
quiet at these prices.
DOMESTICS. -There ia a better feeling for all desira?
ble cotton fabrics, with considera te inquiry for ex?
port, and a better demand for jobbers. Pine sheet?
ings have been sought after and s iles to some ex?
tent at previous prices, some desirable makes having
been sold ahead of production. Brown sheetings
and drills have been lo more request for export aud
prints, ginghams and delaines have been In demand,
in woollen goods not much movement as vet but
there is a better feeling for ali seasonable go ods
with tho prospect o: a more activo dom and soon. ;
Gunar Bios-The market for Gunny Bags is firm,
iriih sales of 500 bales here and in Mew York at 17 %
h!8Xc, including light and heavV bags.
Guim CLOTH-The market ls as dall as previous
ly noticed, and salas confined to small lots at 18Xa
19c 9 yard, currency.
'HAT-There have been further sales of Eastern and
Northern at S22*26 fi ton, currency.
NAVAL TO ass-lhere ii a firmer feeling for
Spirits Turpentine and prices have advanced. The '
sale? have been in small lots at 60s67 per gallon, to
arri TO ??1 on U? apoL In Tar there have been
?.ales of.100.bois AUmingt.n at fa au; anctsmaii lots
at $3 26"9 bbl. in Ttosin nothing of any conse-.
queues has been done and pr.ces are nominally the
some. Pitch has boen selling in small lots at $3 76 fi
Biox-There has been a better demand for Rice,
and prices have advanced, bales of ordinary Ran?
goon at?XaT3?c. Wr tp'good. 8Xa8Xo. and primo at
9 go-V Rv Heme 800 oWs having been takes ai these
prices. Carolina is scarce, with sales of 160 casks at
9X&10XO ? lb, as to quality.
C onsigne es per South C arolinn JRallroiul,
1673 bales Cotton, 37 bales Mdze, 3 cars Wood, 1
oar Cattle, ?tc. To B R Agent Watson fe Hill, E H
Rodgers Si Co, "i W Wilhams 4 Co, W 0 Dukes fe Co,
Manaor, Wilbur fe Marlin, Mrs E E Moore, Thurston
fe Holmes, i A Wilbur, J N Hobson, J B E Sloan, W
C Courtney fe Co, G H Walter & Co, t J Wise fe Co,
J B Pringle, Adams, Frost fe Co, Coben, Hanokel &
Co, G W.Witte, W W Smith, D Je nu in gs & Co, Withs
& Cbisolm, W B Williams, J H Albers, ?old.mith fe
Son, Bollmann Bros, Z Davis, W P Dowling fe Co, O
Reeder, E Lowndes, Ka venc? & Co, Mowry fe Co, T
HsW Dewoes, Wm Morscher, O D Kenrick, Kana
?aux At Lanneau, H R Howell, J D Busch, G W
Consign?es per Savannah and Charles?
ton Railroad, January 35.
Cotton, Rice, B ay, Mdse, Lumber, Mules, Wood,
?c. To Geo W Clarke k Co, W M Lawton, Willis &
Chisolm, F R Blake, Koester, W Lawton, W C Rae fe
Co, A R Chisolm, E H Rodgers fe Co, S Middleton, H
Blatte fe Co, H James, Monett fe Boyle, G H Walter
fe Co, S J Perry; r raser fe Dill, Cart, Kopff fe Jervey,
F J Porcher, L F Behling, Southern Express Co,
and Railroad Agent.
Per steamship James Adger, from New York-Miss
L f Smith, Mis Andrews, J M Birk, W A Caldwell,
G H Terry, E Simpson, J Barrett R H Macey, and 2
Per steamship Falcon, for Baltimore-Mr and Mrs
Twotimon, Mr. Chas Rickey.
? Sae ateajnyrd?ilot boy, f csavSavannah, via Beau
rortrmiTorf Haiti, fee-S^?shex,'AT? MoCfeary, J C
Pli?tSrt?k.:C:'Qoiger, J^St John, :idp]ph.Caved?, J
R Ruasen, J B KirtlaJd, GeoE'David'soa.'-i'-C Wil?
long, F E Wilder, Df WRUsja^rWiie,- child and ser
.JTO?)Mii?.<X>??U,/Jno Smu?p-W E Treacottjjias
Stuart,,"J. C Chadwick,:-ATsaccs?-WS Daml
Harrison, B Winton.'ThoS'Cuhniugham, JoiPoTtoru
?fece^.^Dumi, Jo Du^^??nan^cl^je^ols
PHASES OF THE HOON.
First Quarter, 1st 1 hour, 8 minutes, cve. Jug.
Full Moon, 8th, 4 hours, 27 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 15th, 4 hours, 8 minutes, ir o min g.
New Moon, 23d, 9 hours, 12 minutes, morning.
JAN. A FEB.
KEES. ! BETS.
Port of Charleston, January ?37.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, from New
York-left Jan 22d, 4 PM. Mdze. To Street Bros fe
Co, R R Agent Southern Express Co, Florida Steam?
er Agent J E Adger fe Co, Adams, Damon fe Co, J
Apple, Wm M Bird fe Co, T M Cater, R fe A P Cald?
well, W H Chafee fe Co, E R Cowperthwaite, Charles
ton Dally News, TH fe W DeweeB, Dowie fe Moise, A
9 Frottas, J H Graver, Graber fe Martin, hart fe Co,
W P Ball, Holmes' Book House, J Hurkamp fe Co,
H Heintze, August Tiling. Jeffords 4 Co, H W Kins?
man, Khnck, Wickenberg fe Co, Wm Knobloch, A
Langin, Lauroy fe Alexander, D Lilienthal fe Co,
Maxshall, Burge fe Bowen, McKay fe Campbell, S R
Marshall, Mcl.oy fe Rice, Wm Marschor, Mowry fe
Co, Muller, Nimitz fe Co, M H Nathan?, S A Nelson,
North, Steele fe Wardel, J C Cjoman, Ostondorf fe Co,
D Paul fe Co, Ravenol fe Barnwell, Havenel & Co,
Raoul fe Lyuah, C Biog, J O Bosenkrans, Shackel
ford fe Kellv, T Tupper fe Sons, Shepherd & Cohen.
Jacob Small W Steele, G W StctTens & Co, J H
Vollere, Werner fe Ducker, G W Williams & Co, L
Weiskopf, Dr 0 R Browne, Gcu J J Milnan, D R
Aheim, W P Russell, G W Price, S L Cox, J B Bette,
? Bates, Dr S B Thompson, Dr J F Ensor, Spencer
fe Steadman, J S Jervey, E N Kimball, Little &
MiiTah.ii c Demorest N ?3 Frost sehr D B Warner,
D O'Neil, L Broas, J B Lafitte, Isaac Liebman,
Zimmerman fe Co, J Kelly, Cameron, Barkley fe Co,
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, 8avannah, via-Beau?
fort, Hilton Head, fee. 17 boles Cotton, ll tierces
Rico, 83 bags Cotton Seed and Sundries. ToJho
Ferguson, Dowle fe Moise, T H fe W Dewees, E H
Rodgers & Co, A Canale, ? C Bee fe Co, W Gurney,
Chas Hickey, Dr Williams, Hopkins, McPherson fe
Do, F Kressell, J Fielding, Southern Express Co,LW
3 Hastie A Co, C Lttechgi, Ravenel & Co, and order.
Sloop Greenlea/, from San tee. GOO bushels Bough
Rice. To Thurston & Holmes.
Spanish Polacre Valentins, Alsina, Matanzas-0
days. Ballast To WP Hall
Steamer St Helens, Boyle, Edlsto and Rockville
li baes Sea Island Cotton, 3C bags Cotton Seed, and
Sut dries. To Jno H Murray, Geo B Hoppook^J?* S
Corwin it Co, w C Bee A Co, Boper s Stoney, C
Beele, Hopkins, McPherson A Co, J E Adger A Co,
Sloop Dorothea, from San tee. 105 bushels Bough
Rice, 750 pounds Seed Cotton. To W C Bee A Co, J
R Pringle, J D Aiken A Co. ?
. Cleared Saturday.
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore-Courtenay ft
Steamship Miami, McLaughlin, New York-Jno A
Went to Seat Friday.
Steamship Alliance, Selly Philadelphia.
Went to Seat Saturday.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York.
Steamship Miami, Mclaughlin, New York.
Steamship Falcon, Heed, Baltimore.' " '
Ship Elizabeth Hamilton, White, Liverpool.
Spanish brig Fortuna, Palma, Maj orca.and a Market
Sehr Yankee Blade, Coombs, West Indies.
From thia Port.
Steamship Moneta, Shsckford; New York, Jan 36,
Bark Sarah B Hale, Hutchinson, Cardenas, 16th
Sehr Minerva. Collins, Havana, Jan 13.
Cleared xor tn ta Port.
Steamship E B Sonder, Lebcy, at New York
The Br bark Hector, Nelson, at Liverpool Jan 8, for
thia port and Savannah. ~
Sailed for this Fort.
The Arbitrator, Irwin, from Liverpool Jan 8.
The sehr E V Glover, Ingersoll, (rom tills port for
Providence (R I), arrived at Bow York January 33.
Kentucky State Lottery.
MURRAY, EDDY A 00., ?Managers.
GREAT SCHEME Ott HAYA VA PL AM.
To be drawn on Friday. January'31st, 1868, under
the supervision of three sworn Com mist! on era.
CAPITAL PRIZE ?d&OOl
78* Prizes i $33(1,650 to be distributed I
Whole Tickets, 813; Halves, $6 ; Quarters, S3;
Eighths, tl 50. -
Draws every day at Covington, Kentucky. Tickets
Hmm tl to 810; abares in proportion. Prizes' from
830 to 885,000. ... .?*'-.<
Supplementary' Plan so popular in all the Northern
Buyers choose their own numbera. . .
Tickets from 35 osnte and np warda
Address orders to H.T.PETERS,
Managers' Agent Ornoo,
, No. 00 Hoael-street, Charleston, 8. C.
January 18 y lmo
W P. RUSSELL & CO.,
. . il- U..L.. . utz?. il . .'. ;
gu u. .: :: .< \: . u: -M tai.. ... .. .
..O.-.: i. ? , U: W...T-. !..
MANUFACTURE M 5 OF
OVER MESSRS. JNO. F. TAILOR A CO.'S MA?
CHINE SHOP; Pritchard-street, near the comer of
No. 5 HAYNE-STREST, UP STATES, NEXT DOOR
to Messrs. Gao. W. William a St Co., Merchants and
HAVE m STOKE FOR SALE LOW FOB CASH:
1,000 pain WTNDOV SASHES, glazed, all sises
1,000 pairs Window Blinds, all sises
600 palra Panel dbut tera, all sises
1,000 Doora, aU aiz? .
100,000 feet Moulding! of aU kinds and aises
Stair Newels, Banisters and Bail, and Building
Give us a call; yon irUl find the BEST WOBK and
the LOWEST PRICES in this city.
January 1 wfmlmos
KOOINDA ISLAND GUANO.
A Pure, Unmixed, Natural Guano, as
Fine as Flour (although not Ground),
Just in the Condition in vvbJch lt is
Imported from Ute Island.
rIS GUANO D FROM A RECENTLY DIB.
COVERED deposit on Redunda Island, in the
Carribean Sea, West Indies, latitude 16 degrees 66
minutes north, longitude 63 degrees 38 minutes
It baa been used lor many years in the West India
Islands in the oulttration of Sugar Cone and cereals
with great success; iras introduced for the first time
to the formers and plantera of the United States in
the spring of lifld. and tiaa met with unprecedented
success, os tho subjoined reports and testimonials tul?
TheRODUNDA GUANO is not s mineral phos?
phate, requir ng the action of tho Sulphuric Acid to
render it soluble; ita groat power as a fertilizer is in
ita entire solubility, without the sid of acid. It ts
not a "manipulation" or Compound of r lah or Flesh
with Mineral Phosphates, tho regularity of which is
always uncertain and dependent upon, and controll?
ed by the honesty ci the manufacturer. The RO
DUNDA is a PL"HE NATURAL GUANO (that term
being understood tornean the excrement of fish-eat
tog birds), as the largo per centage of organic mat?
ter sufficiently attests, and as found upon the Island
of Redunda, in the very state as imported and sold
The regularity and uniformity of the fineness and
condition of tho various cargoes already imported by
ns into the United sates, tested by the analysis of
the most eminent Chemists of this country and Eu?
rope, is sufficient proof of its origin and a guaran ee
of our ability to furnish thia Guano of the quality
and purity represented.
The PBICE of the uODUNDA GUANO ls not the
least unimportant in these days of agricultural com*
petition and pecuniary embarrassment.
The very low price at which lt can be sold places it
within the reach of every farmer, and avoids tbs risk
of large loss frequently incurred by failures of the
crops in the parchase of high priced fertilizers.
In the preparation of lands for Wheat and other
cereals this Guano poetesses properties that reader
it more desirable for theso crops than any yet offered
to the public.
Pamphlots containing the analysis and experi?
ments mado by the most prominent Chemists of thia
country and in Europe, together with innumerable
certificates of its entire success lrom farmers and
I planters, can be obtained at our Office, to which we
; invite attention.
Price 840 per Ton, in bags or barrels, in Charles?
A liberal deduction made to dealers and purchas?
ers of large quantities.
WILLIS di CHISOLM,
SOLE AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON. S. O.
??WM. CRICHTON A SON, Bowly's Wharf, Bal
tim ore, General Agenta for the United States.
January 1 wftn3mos
PAINTS FOR FAEME?S AND
THE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY
ore now manufacturing the beat, cheapest and
most durable Paint in use; two costs, well put on,
mixed with pure Linseed OR, wiR last 10 or 15 years;
it is of a light brown or beoutiful chocolate color,
and csa be changed to green, lead, stone, drab,
olive or cream, to suit the taste of the consumer.
It ls valuable for Bouses, Barna, Fences, Carriage
and Car-makers, Pails and Woodenwore, Agricultural
Implements, Canal Boats, Vessels and Ship's Bot?
toms, Canvas, Metal and Shingle Roofs (it being fire
and water proof), Floor OR Cloths (one manufacturer
having used 6C00 bbls. the past year), and, os a
paint for cny purpose, is unsurpassed for body, du?
rability, elasticity and adhesiveness. Price $0 per
bbl. of SOO iba., which wul supply o farmer for years
to come. W arranted ls all oases aa above- Send for
a circular which gives fnU particulars. None genuine
uni ess braiidedlna trade mark Grafton Mineral Paint
HOLMES A CALDER, Agente,
December 13 fmwfmo Meeting-street.
BROOKLYN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ISSUES ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES-PABT OE THE PRE?
MIUM loaned to the assured, and NO LOAN NOTE is a lien or claim against the Policy in
case of death alter two years.
DIVIDENDS ANNUALLY IN CASH.
This Company ia the most liberal in the country, and presenta particular advantages and in?
ducements to Southern people.
OFFICE NO. 141 BROADWAY,
NEW ironic: CITY.
WM. M. COLE, Secretly. CHRISTIAN W. BOUCK, President
jWParties desiring to ina uro, or wanting appointments as canvassers or local agents in the
City or State, apply to
. : E OLMES & WATIES, j .
GENERAL ACE .VTS FOR SOUTH C.UtOLIWI
Office No. 4 South Atlantic Wharf, Charleston^ S. Ck
january 7 '.' ". Imo
STOVES ! STOVES ! STOVES 1
now is FOUR wm
Stoves so Cheap
THAT IT WILL
MAKE YOU LAUGH!
Ti e Cheapest Stove Store Be?
tween the Potomac and the Bid
Grande ! .
THE IMPROVED OKIENTAX. A LAHGE ASSOHTMKST OF
Hull, Parlor and Cooking Stoves
Sheet Iron, Lead
Zinc and Copper
Lead and Iron Pipe.
UM ... . . ? ? I .. '.<?
?JU ROOFING ASD PLOHBIKG WORKj
' ATTENDED TO AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE,
"GOOD SAMARITAN." "'4*. AT
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No^embarO 3xoa Be. 16 BHOAD-STBEET,
: ,i ? . : - *TPTOS-?? --
PHILADELPHIA I'XIVERSITY OF
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
fpHE PHILADELPHIA UNTVERSUY OF MEDI- I
X CINE AND SURGERY was organized in 18-48.
Chartered by the Legislature, February 36, 1859.
Name changed by a legislativa enactment to the I
Eclectic A. ed leal College, of Philadelphia, In 1860.
in 1868 lt purchased the Pennsylvania Medical Col?
lege, established in 1242, and the Philod Ephia Medi?
cal College, which had previously been merged into
the Pennsylvania Medical College. Io 1864 it pur?
chased the Penn Medical Univ xsity. The Trustees j
of the separate schools united, petitioned and ob?
tained Sr special Act of the Legislature, consolidating
these institutions and elia-ging their names th that j
of the Philadelphia University of Medicine and Sur?
gery, March 16, 1866. ATI these various Acts aro pub-1
IL ned in the statutes .of Pennsylvania. The cost of |
the I nil ding and museum waa over one hundred
thousand dollars. It will bo observed that the Uni?
versity, as now organized, ls the legal repr?sentative |
of the four Medical Colleges that it has absorbed.
It ls a liberal Behool of medicino, confined to no
dogma, nor attached to any medical cliques, bat
embraces in Hs. .teaching everything of varna to the
Suriont,-It has two foll sessions each year, com?
mencing on the 1st of October, and continuing until
the 1st of January, as its first session, and from the
1st of January to the 1st ot April, as its second; the
two constituting one tull course of lectures. It has
also a summer session, commencing the 1st April
and continuing until AugUBt, for the preparatory
brandies, such as Latin, Greek, Mathematics, Bota-1
ny, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, etc.
Tickets.- Tickets to the full coarse of lectures $120
or $60 for each session. For tho sommer or pre?
paratory course $26. Graudatlng lee $30. To aid
young men ol moderate means, the University has
issued five hundred scholarships, which are sold to.
first-course students tor $75, and to second-course
students and clergymen for $60, euch constituting
the holder a lifo member, with the perpetual privi?
leges of thu lectures, and all the teachings cs? the
school. The only additional fees are a 3 eariy dis?
secting and matriculating ticket each of which ls $6.
The Advantages of SchoiartMpt.-The student hold?
ing a scholarship con enter the College at any time
during the year, attend as long os he chooses, and
re-enter the institution as frequently ns de.ired.
It requires no previous reading or study to enter j
the University on scholarships, hence, all private j
tuition fees are saved.
Students, by holding scholarships, con prosecute
other business a port of tho time.
Tho candidats l'or graduation con presont himself |
at any time, and receive his degree as soon as quali?
In case a student should hold a scholarship and
not be able to attend lectures, it can be transferred |
to another, thus preventing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of students wishing
to purchase scholarship for them a year or more
bet?re their attendance at the University, can securo
them by advancing one-half tho price and paying
the balance when the student enters. Physicians
and benevolent men can bestow great benefit upon
poor young men by presenting thom a scholarship,
and thus enabling them to obtain an honorable pro?
The Faculty embraces seventeen eminent physi?
cians and iiurgeons. The University has associated
with lt a large hospital clinic, wheie every form of j
medical and surgical dis casu is operated on and
treated in the presence of ihe class.
COLLEGE BUILD INO.-The College building, located
in Ninth-street south of Walnut, is the finest in the
city. Its front is collegiate gothic, and is adorned
with embattlenaents and embrasures, presenting a
novel, bold, and beautiful appearance. The facade
is of brown stone, ornamented by two towers, rising
to tho elevation ol eighty teet, and crowned'with
an embattled parapet The budding contains be?
tween fifty and sixty rooms, all supplied with water,
gas, and every other convenience that modern im?
provement con contribute to facilitate medical in?
struction. Only five hundred scholarships will be J
issued, and as two hundred and filty are now sold j
those who wish to secure ono should do so at-once.
Money oan be remitted by cr press, or a draft or I
check sent on any National Bank in the United |
States, when the scholarship w?l be returned by
mail, signed by the President of the Board of Trus?
tees, JOSEPH S. FISHER, Esq., and the Dean of the |
Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D. All orders for scholar?
ships or othor business of tho University, should be I
addressed to Professor W. PAINE, M. D., Philadel?
UNIVERSITY JOURNAL OF MEDICINE AND
A SEMI-MONTHLY JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, 8UB
QEEY, PHISIOLOO?, HYGIENE ANS GENERAL
LITERATURE, DEVOTED TO THE PRO?
FESSION AND THE PEOPLE.
The cheapo-1 Medical Paper in tho world, pub?
lished every two weeks at the University Building,
Ninth-street South 01 Walnut
Five copies to one address.4.35
Ten copies to ono address.7.60
Fifteen copies to one address.9.30
Twenty copies to one address.10.00
The getters up ot tho Club ?hall have one copy
gratis. Address W. PAINE M. D., Editor,
September 12 Philadelphia. Pa.
FI X FOR ALLI
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PER.
SON, mole OE female, can master the great art
ot Ventriloquism by a few hours' practice, malting
a world of fun, and after becoming experts them
selves, can teach othors, thereby making lt s" source
of income. Full instructions sent by mail for 60
cents. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Address P. O. Drower 21, Troy, N. Y.
May 18 lyx
THE GREE WILLE MOUNTAINEER
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THUB8DAY, AT $160
per year, in advance. Advertisements inserted
at usual rates. G. E. ELFORD,
Mar Ki Editor and Proprietor,
LEID PEI IL fi?MPM,
Factory, Hudson City, N, J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN STREET, SEW Y ORK J
" 1 ' ' - . !
. ALL ' STYLES AND GRADES OT LEAD
PENCILS of superior quality aro ruanufec
tared and Offered at fair term* to- the Trade.
The publie are invited to give the AMERI?
CAN LEAD PENCIL the preference. .
THE PENCILS ABB TO. BE HAD AT ALL
TUL PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND
NO HON DEALERS..
Ai IK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL."
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
.. EHOIKXKBINO DEFiiBTKEJTr, J
YALE COLLEGE, No vernor 16, 1? GO, J
I have always recommended the Faber Poly grade
Les i Pencil? as the only pencils fitted for both or?
namental and mathematical drawing; but, afters
thorough trial of the American Poly(prode Lead Pen?
dle manufactured by the American Lead Pencil
Company, Nen York, I find them superior to any)
pernell in uso, even to the Faber or the old English
Cm aber land Lead Pencil, being a superior pencil for
ake ?ching, ornamental and mechanical drawing, and
all lie ordinary uaei of a lead pencil.
These pencils are very finely graded and have a
very smooth lead; even tho softest pencils held the
poi it weil; they are all that can be desired in a pen?
eil. It gives me great pleasure to be able to aeture
Americana that they Trill no longer be compelled to
depend apoa Germany ot uny other foreign market
Professor of Drawing, 4c.
ALL PENCILS ABE STAMPED :
43- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y"
i aaa genuino without thc exact name of the
Urn ; took to it December 13
PRETENTION IS BETTER THAN
Celebrated 1'reventive Lotion.
APPROVED-'.AND- HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
by the FRENCH MI DICAL FAOUL'J Y as the only
Hals and lu lal ii LI le a otu io te against infection from
Spacial Diseases. Thia invsniaule preparation is
sated for either sex, sud hus proved, from ample
experience, the most efficient and reliable Preven?
tiva ever discovered, thus effecting a desideratum
lot g sought for in die Medical World. D used ac?
cording to dircctlcns every possibility of danger
rut y bo avoided; a ?ingle application will radically
neitrahzo the venereal virus, expel all impurities
frc ra the absorbent-renac?a, and render contamina?
tion impossible. .Be wise in tune, and ata very small
outlay, save hours o; untold bodily and i mental tor
'rbis most reliabl? specific, so. universally. adopt?
ed m the Old World, ls now offered' for sale for th?
or it time In America by F.' A. DUPORT & 00.,
only authorizer! Agents for the United States.
Wee $3 per bottle. Large bottle, double size, $6/
The usual discount to the trade. Sent, ie
cu rel y packed, on receipt of price, to any address,
with directions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A DUPORT t CO.,
Sol* Agents for Dr. Bieord's P. L.,
May 23 lyr No. 12 Gold Street. New York.
J. Cough, a Cold, or a Sore Throat.
Requires immediate attention, and should be checked
If allowed to continue,
Irritation of Hie Lungs, a Permanent
Throat Disease, or Consumption,
ls often the result
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
Ei, ving a direct influence to the parta, give Imme?
diate relief. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Ca
t arrh, Consumptive and.Throat Diseases,
1 roches ore used with always good success.
Singers and Public Speakers use them
t ) olear and strengthen the voice.
Obtain only "BBOWN'S BBOKCHLLL TBOCSHZS," and
c o not take any of. the WorthUti Imitutiont that may
te offered. For sole by
LOWIE & MOISE,
No. 161-MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
October 28 mwflmo
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNTN
at Orangeburg, S. C. Terms $2 per annu a.
During the spring and fall seasons extra copies-,
i be OButoBBtraa NEWS will be circulated for1
- lanefitiol our advertiitng patrons.
Contract Advertisements inserted on the most
ribera! lerme. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg News,
February 25 Orangeburg, S. C.
HARLESTON ?ITY RAILWA'f ?Q?
: :x&m i xorr/JtRy
OFFICE CHARLESTON CUY EAILWAJ ?Q-,V
Conrea BEOAD AID EAST BAT Snnnrts, >
CHABixsToa; 8o. CA., January.lat, 18611 J
OHBDULE Of TRIX CHARttSTQN CUT
KLNG-ST?EBT LINTS. --S
Leare Upper Tcrmnwl IjemrvL?vxr Ttrmimu
t-7.30 A.M., and at inter ? at 8 AM., and at later?
als of ten (io) minutai vals of ten (10) intactas
luring the day tlU the during the dar til. a P.
sat trip at 8.80 P.M. M.- ' ' - ? -
,Nrp--LeaT6 the Bott;) y on tack hour from 8 A.
4^to7 P.M. Erery aper trip from tbs old Poat
EUTLEDGE STREET LINE. marl
?ve? QP* Laar? ??aw fa-art itu
it i .30 A.M., and at inter- ai 8.07 A.M-, and vt Intar
raUoffuSeeo(lS)mlnmVa Vaia of fifteen fLKwSBm
loxing the dayittn aa during the day ?U9P?.
N?-Leave tte ?r* Mrty-u^n (37, ?tat*
wfeocA tor. - Every ether trip from thc oidPost
H .iii 7o f.Jio aJ.toii.o:-:- "
SUNDA I SCSRDUZS.
<- BINtffiTSBET ?Ms?- . . .
Ltsre Ifcpsr J?mt?? Leare the ?<??r 2Vr?u
u 9 A.M.. and at.Inti r- must 9,80 AM , and at
S? o'twenty (20) ml^.)mtarvala of twiotty. (90)
ateaanLpn^^.^ofc^ mientes tai ???^.M.,
P. M., when.ihe interval, when the interv? lia rrary
h^sT^ten^O) munUa tsnftO) nfctateAWf.?
N.^?BtheWp?'arefo the P^ttery/unt? o^?? t.
M. Thc last trip ofcftih car to the oldPc*tofflee.;
le ; BBXLEDG SrSXBEET LINE. TAvr
tI*?'8 Pjjger JbmiOTu . Leave Lower .TVjrsusMU
at ? AJti-satdat Int ir- atr9.37 AM., aa?? at tater
ofaTgy fifteen (16) vaia of erery flileeiUii)
ndnroytn Mo^toeic lg., minutes tin 10.ST RM.,"
thirty (SO) minutes S ttirty^?^mfcn?ea'Sl
*M*M.: ttSOP?l; ci ?oiso?
N.B.-All the trips are to the Battery, unta 6.37 P.
M. The last trip of esch jar to the Pot tofitoei
- 'WoHT^A???BHN! ii??hM?j?^t??,'?'. ' '
? ?I -y gu : '.:!!.' .wyjwl) Fiitenteari
I GENERAL SUEK BINTENLENTS OFFICE, 1
CBAHLESTOS, & 0.. January 1,1848. j
rrVHE FASSEN GEB TRAINS ON THE SOB03H
.L EASTERN RAILROAD will run dally as tol?
lu wu, tlsl- ' - ? "KO J? l?sii
Leave Charlestot.......O.Otl A. M.
Leave Florence.:.,"., ...8.4?, A. M. . -
. These Trains ccaaict with, the Tjaina o? tto. W?
mlngton sad Manch? stet Railroad going North and
coming Routh, and isrith Trains of l&echaaw
and rjeritagton Ratt waA._J3. 8. BOLO. MO?B,
January 1 .,, 3 ?ogineer and, Bnperirtendent.
SAVASSAH AS? CHARLES'ilftr RAIL
' HOAD. . - . das?a
?i^*??. . ::ot. -, 'ir. j,\.rl
''?fVPBP^ ' ' ''[ ?;: .'w'li'-"5'"^ ^
GENERAL ???alQI^B?^Stt1l^snl?iB^^ ?^
BAVAIOTA:! A OnAiHJBtoa RaitAVUn,
ON AND AFTER. J AND ?fi? 1 THE 1311158
on the Bavanrah and Oh ari aston BaRroad win
run as follows : . ,.
Tratas tesT?'Cfhar?toa ?S ? Monday trWtd**Hap
and JVtfayj, a* 9 A M" arriving at OooMwolftiii
at8.80P.M. - r -j
Returning, leave C 00 sawha tobie on 'TV?Wayr,
Thurtdayt and Satvriayt, at 7 A. IL, srrivtng at
Charleston at L80 P, M. j j : ...a.-.ilairl
There ia steam communication between the Cam
panr-s whart, at the foot of Mifl-strte?4' and tha-Rall
rosvd Depot on the -rest side ci ^Ajhley^a-.j,
January 1 General SnparhrtwiiJwvt1
. .v. t gfl?lo '?'I-*-'' 10 ?ols?- ,o*roxn
. .^MMWWSSSB^.V~L : ? vila eiiir t; 1OT:T
ON" . Ami ^jnsWj?^^^LWmku fe
Passenger Tr jins will run duly, Svndayt ss
oepted, as follows : . CATOlCl CaH/ExS OH'.
Leave Columbia at......"...%.7.00 A M
Leare Alston at. :".??.r....r? WU M.
Arrive at Abbeville at. 3.80 P. M.
Arriva at Anderson at..... B.16P.M.
Leave Gsreeav?le at.aV.00A.JL
Leave Anderson at.6.*fi?."H.
Leave Abbov?To at. 8.15*. M.
Leave Newberry at..".1.25 P. M
Arrivo at Alston at. 3.00 P. M.
Arrive at Columbi!, af......'...T.i'.... 5UX Ev M.
Paitos on the Blue Ridge Railroad will also run
daily, Smdayt excepted, connecting with the up and
down Tralnfi on the GreeuvUle ana-CclumWa- EAfl
Leave Anderson-*.5.20 P. M
Leave Pendleton n .>i?a8*: S.
Arrive at Walhalla at.?\Q0KK.
Leave Walhalla at..LOO A M.
Leave Pendleton it:.;..........Vr:. H'S.
Arrive at Anderson at.tV?i.??'. iMMtEst
The Train will r jtorn from Belton te Andersen tm
Monday and Friday Mornings. .
JAMES O. MERKDlTHr
Januarys - General Suuerlntendent
CHARLOTTE ASTD SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD. 1 .a ;?u.'
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, 1
Cc LUMBLA, & C. October 6,1667.1
ON AND AFT: EE OCTOBER KEB THE" TRAINS
over thiB&Tul will nm as follows:
Leave Columbia it..1-40 P..M
Arrive at Charlotte at.........VJOT?1L
Leave Charlotte at.... .2*65 A.'M
Arrive at Colnmblaat. .9.40 A M.
Making close connection for all points Nor?, and
Sooth, sa follows: cc. . ?.voJla?,
Leave Columbia.,,LAO P. M.
Leave Charlotte.,.,.10.00 P. M.
Arrive Richmond.i..t... .LA? P.M.
Leave Richmond.9.46 P. M.
Arrive Washington.6.15 A M
Arrive Baltimore...........9.10A M.
Arrive Philadelpt la.,.,.1.82 P.M.
Arrive New York.5.10 PY M.
January 6 _Stqterlnteiidant
80UITI CAROLINA RADJRCAH.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S Ol TIGE, > -
CHABLKSTOK, H. C., October 8, 1867. J
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 8, 1867, THE PAS?
SENGER I KAINS on the South Caronna Ra?
road will run aa follows, via : [t. ?.
Leave Cbxrleatot..10.40 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.5*
Arrive st Augusta.6,50 A,,M.
FROM AUGUSTA. : .i Orfi
Arrive at Charleston.12.20T. ?L
Arrive at Charletton.,.4.0a A M,
The 7.30 P. M. Train from Charleston, and the 4.10
P. M Tram from Augusta, will not ron on Sundays.
FOR CC LUMBLA. 'T 1 ,:
LeaveCharleatoit..4.80 A M.
Arrive at Colunnla.HO p. 1?.
Leave Ch arl estera..SM P. M.
Arrive at columbia.Z.'........?MA. a.
FROM C O L ? MR IA. . I
Arrive at Charleston.......J?5$?,J!*
Leave Colmnbta... . . ?00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.,.&>30 A la.
.The 5.40 P. M. Train from Charleston, and the?00
P.M. Trata from Columbia, wiR not wn on Stm
Leave KtagvUIe......................i- . .?-? J- *
Arrive at Camden...
Leave Camden..A,.vScS,. 5"
Arrive at Kingrille.v-U-'-;'*^jbiL"
These Trains wfll only run on Mondays, wednes?
days and Saturdays.
CHARLESTON AND SUMMERVILLE.
For SnmmervUte..7..4-30 A. M.
For Charleston.:H5 .
For Charleston.2'K S?-2"
For Summerville. Pi 5*
For Charleston.6.86 Mm.
For SummerviJle.6.40 P. M.
For Charleston... A M.
For Bummervilla.7.SC P?;?.
For Oharles ton.-10.68 Ju M.
H. T. PEAKE,
January 1 General Snpenntandsnt. "
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