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THE DAILY NEWS.
Punch on Train.
George Francis calls the following, in the
London Punch, of February 1, "a diabolical
attempt to stop an express Train bv a bowl of
A TRAIN-OFF TUE TRACK.
Oh, r?duciio ab absurdum
Of Justice and her reign 1
"Who but Hibernian peelers
Hau ever stopped this Train ?
Would you lay your nanda on Barnum,
If Barnum crossed the main ?
Why from all trains of t umbu g
Pick out thia apecial Train T
E'en Ireland's wddest pbrenzy
Would acorn this scatter-brain;
Not Munster at ita maddest
Would light al auch a Train.
When he had stumped the Union,
And couldn't stump again,
To stump benighted Britain
Came thia ill-guided Tram.
Three parts B* dla mi tc in esconce.
And one part knave iu grain,
Who earea to know what "notions"
Weie freight o; such a Train?
Kansas abe-.-u?Vage awain.
Omaha's brazen Hector,
Packed in a single Train I
Be withed to bo a Lion,
Have his tail and boast his Mayne,
And with both of thesejHfttee furnished
(More tools wo!) higS^ftaure Train.
By arresting him and caging him,
As if the man was sane,
And not a wretched wind-bag.
And loose excursion Traba.
We've given him the importance
Of which he was so nun.
And contrived, like brother asses,
A lion's akin for Train.
Found b'Tin matter for dispatches,
Claims, puff, and bounce insane,
In abort, like willing stokers
Have got up steam tor Train.
Clap oblivion's stopper on him,
And o'er his Ercless vein
Pct the kindly seal of alienee
And so upset tbie I rain.
FOREIGN MISCEL.L i .W.
-Maximilian is the one hundred and second
member of the house of Hapsburg committed
to rest in the vaults ot the Convent of the
Church of the Capuchins.
_The armed peace of Europe, it is reported,
costs $1.500.000.000 a year. It could scarcely
be mere costly if Europe wore engaged rn per
-Women, it seems, are having their claims
lo merit recognized. At the University ot Zu?
rich, Switzerland, it is reported that recently a
Russian lady received the degree and diploma
of Medical Doctor.
-English ladies wish to introduce a uniform
for-tue various grades of female servants, who
are now liable to be mistaken on the streets for
-It is reported in France that the Emperor
Napoleon has sent an order to Toulon to make
ready for sea such ships as require fitting, so
that sixty thousand soldiers can be sent to sea I j
at a moment's notice.
-Thirteen thousand Irishmen in London
have thus far signed the address of loyalty to j j
the Queen, and four hundred prietts in Ireland
have signed ihe declaration in favor of the re?
peal of the union.
-Well authenticated reports are in circula?
tion in Europe that Spain is to sharo with
France the. work of defending the temporal
power of the Pope. Marshal Pezaeia and
25.0C0 Spanish soldiers are to be iurniahod by
the former government. I t
-Mr. "William Rathbone, one of the "mer-11
chant prinoeo" of Liverpool, prominent for
many years in the commercial and political
history of tbe town, died on the 1st i as tant, at
the age of eigbtv-one. He was a leading liberal
for more than fifty years.
-At a recent curt ball in Paris, General
Dix was attracted by the gorgeous uniform of
a Belgian officer, and had a long conversation J?
with the wearer. Napoleon laughed at the u
spectacle, for the officer s uniform covered only \?
a secret police spy. c
-The following announcement concerning 1;
Queen Victoria's new book appears- in the
English papers : "So many copies havo now
been printed and circulated of this enticing re- I p
cord of home life and feeling, at its high price, j li
that we have pleasure in stating that very
shortly hardly a home may be without & copy;
for, in answer to an application for a cheap edi?
tion, General Grey, on behalf of tho Queen,
thus responds : 'Her Majesty has consented to
comply with the request, and a cheap edition
ofthat work will be issued for her dear, loving
-A London paper reports that Mr. Gladstone
announces his intention of bringing forward in
the English Parliament a motion respecting
the Ins li Church Establishment, whicn must
try the strength of the two great English par?
ties. It adds : "If this is true, and if tho Bight
Honorable gentleman goes far onough in his
proposed measure, tho present government is
certain to oppose him, and the result of the
struggle will probably be the defeat and resig?
nation of Lord Derby's Ministry."
-A question which now agitates the current
of fashionable lite in Europe is: "How aro tho
fine ladies to preserve themselves against vul
Sar imitations ?" The other day, at a ball in
ice, a Russian princess wore diamonds val?
ued at o o hundred thousand dollars. But so
did the wife of M. Hartman, who made his for-,
tune by inventing the Magenta dye; her dia?
monds were as rich and as valuable as the
princess'. Similar events have occurred in
England, and Belgravia is disgusted at the im?
pertinence of the "common people."
-A somewhat hard case has been decided at
the Courts d'Angers. According to the terms
of French law. the chi d of a widow, if born
three hundred days after her husband's death,
is considered as legit mate. Madam Mercier,
a widow, pleaded ror the recognition of her son,
born three hundred days and six hours and a
half arter the decease of hor husb and. The de?
cision of the court was that the child was illegi?
timate. This prevents tho child from inherit
ing bm share of M. Mercier's property, which
he would otherwise have claimed.
-Professor Faraday's widow declines the as
sistance proffered to her in England. She has
commissioned a fr.en 1 to make the follow.n,
statement: "The whole course of her hus
band's hie was to marked by his love of retire
meut that she feels most keenly the intrusion
of his name even, while she cannot but be grate
ful for the kinoness which causes her so much
pam. She wishes me to assure all those who
value Mr. Faraday, that the recognition that
has already been made of his merits Las given
her more than she either requires or desired;
and she ia most anxious that his name should
not be used in a way which he never would
-Ihe scene at Goorge Francis Train's sec
ond lecture in Cork was lively. Bibs bent and
all but cracked; hats were 6ma6hed; looso
properties were torn away. An elderlv gentle?
man, wearing a p?rt of'his coat, having tho
handle of his umbrella embedded iu the pit of
his stomach, and ids hat firmly jammed over
his eyes and noso, implored mercy in vaia.
Entrance into the galleries was no deliverance.
There the crush was something tremendous.
Motion was impossible. The mass was forced
into every interstice and down to the edge of
the railing by the constantly increasing press?
ure Irena without, and many of those in the
front clambered over to escape and slid into
the body of the hall, previously crowded to in?
convenience. SD says a Cork paper.
-About the great English scandal, the Tri?
bune's London correspondent sa vs: "If Lord
?Willoughby, through Colonel Dudley Carlton,
had offered ?1200 a year, and ?2000 cash to the
Countesa d'Alteyrac, and bad refused after?
ward to pay the money, Colonel Carlton, sty?
lus friends, would havo compelled Lord Wil?
loughby to keep his faith, or would have shot
him. Meantimo, Lord Willoughby not having
been shot, does Bociety cut him'r Certainly
not, say some authorities. Nobody is cut iu
these days. Society is too well bred to beti av
its annoyance by any personal rudeness. It
does not cut Lord Willoughby nor lecture him,
but it regards him for tho present os a gooa
man not to invite to dinner."
-In London it is said that a man may live a
year without hearing an alarm of fire. In that
vast city ot three millions of people, with a
closely covered area or ten miles bv six, there
is a fire brigade of a little morennan three
hundred members. The engines are mostlv
worked by steam, which is alwavs Kept up and
are well horsed. Three or four men to each
machine can do the work, and a fire is drowned
out very quickly, unless it is in a theatre or
large warehouse or manufactory with inflam?
matory materials. The firemen eat, drink and
sleep with their engines. False akrms are
not common, but people sometimes seo an
engine dashing' at a bonfire in the suburbs,
and it is said that a few years ago they were
all out for several boura ono night hunting for
an aurora borealis.
-England ha3 a painstaking observer of
middle and upper class feeling in the once wit?
ty periodical, Punch. Of late years its tone
has been bitterly conservativo in homo poli?
tics, and very anti-American abroad. This ren?
dors one of its last ca toons, that in tho num?
ber for thc first of the present month, some?
what significant as regards a particular sec?
tion of English society. A pretty little girl, in
a striped dress, representing Columbia, is
turninrr pettishly away from a stout boy
John Bull-with whom sho has bad a tiff. Mrs
Britannia, a portly dame, comes in, exclaim
ing, "Hoity, toity ! what's all this fuss about?'
and Johnny Bull replies, pointing to his com?
panion,'"?is cousin Columbia, ina, and sho
says I broke her ships, and I didn't-and I
want to be friends-and Bhe's a cross thing
and wants to have it all her own way !" Well,
repentance is good for thc soul, and Punch, in
a white sheet on this account, is, in a way, a
-In Englaud a new act of Parliament regu?
lating labor in factorios went into operation on
January 1st. It was passed at the last session,
and provides that proper measures shall be
taken lor preventing injury to health in amah
factories as in large ones. Suitab'e ventilation
must bo provided, nud fans, to prevent tho in?
halation of dust during labor oro to be used.
No child ander eight years of age is to work at
any handicraft, and no child of any age is to
work more thau six and a half hours o day;
such hours to be at some lim* between six in
the morning and eicrht at n'ght. No young
person under twenty-one years is to be em?
ployed more than twelve hours in a day, be?
tween five and uino o'clock; and this with inter?
vals for food and rest, amounting to at least
ono hour and a half. Another provision is, that
no child, young person uuder twenty-one, or |
woman, is to be employed at any handicraft on
Sunday, o;- after two o'clock on Saturday, ex?
cept where not more than tive porsons ore em?
ployed. One of the most important enact menta
is that every child in a workshop is to attend
school for at loast ton hours in every week
while so employed. On the application of a
teacher, the occupier of a workshop is to pay
for the schooling, and deduct the amount from
the wases of tho child.
-Several columns of Abyssinian correspond?
ence in the London papers givo nothing new
and but little that is interesting. Eighteen
thousand men have lauded, and much cattle.
Animals die at tho rate of two hundred a day.
A fatal fever had broken out in a crowded load
of coolies from Calcutta. Eighteen elephants
arrived, and ostonighed the natives, but they
were more excited with tho first locomotive.
Water is scarce at thc landing, and rains later
than usual, ou account ot the English drink?
ing sea w mer; so, at least, the >hoshoes fancy.
The break-down is in the transport service, os
tho work of accumulating supplies, oven it the
first depot, sixty miles distance, is immense.
To push on a flying column is not tobe thought
of. Theodore has nothing to bmder his going
to Magdala, and then, if necessary, taking up a
much stronger position. The prisoners of
King Theodore are terrbly anxious. Ho is
only three days distant, but"is impeded by his
big guns, so that ho moves only a milo a day.
while the thirty prisoners are dreading the ar?
rival ot the tyrant, their deliverers aro hun?
dreds of miles away, slowly transporting pro?
visions to their first station, sixty mdes from
the coast. It hos taken six months to got six?
ty miles; how long will it tako to get throe
hundred ? At last accounts provisions had not
begun to accumulate. They were barely feed?
ing the troops. But a wagon road is now prac?
ticable to Senate, and they may get along fast
5r. The water at Annesley Bay, for men and
mules, elephants and carnell', costs two suit?
ing's a gallon.
-Mr. John Bright addressed his Birming
lam constituents on the evening of the 4th
DBtant on the Irish question. An attempt was
nade by h's political opponents to prevent his
?peaking, but alter twenty minutes of confu?
sion the disturbers of the meeting were eject
id. Mr. Bright d. alt boldly witu the great
mestion of Irish grievances, and proposed
neaoures which would probably end the diffi
mlties f rever if Parliament could be brought
o adopt them. He reminded his hearers that
letitions for repeal of the union wero not a
uvelty, but that such requests were presented
me hundred and .-ix.y years ago for the repeal
f the union of Scotland with England. He
,'ouid never consent to disturb tho legislative
inion between England and Ireland "till it is
iroved that in England statesmanship is abso
ately dead, and till it is proved in Ire.and that
ieht and justice have failed to influence man
;iud." With regard to tho chinen griovance
ie proposed that small appropriations ba made
loth to the Protestant and tho Catholic
burches, and that thereafter both be nbsoluto
y freo and disconnected from tho Stale. To
emedy thc evils attendant upon thc manner
a whioh the land of Ireland is owned, ho re?
bated the proposition made by him in Dublin
ifteen months ago, of a parliamentary com
lission to operate upon tho Prussian Bent
tank system, somewhat extended. If these
wo questions could bc harmoniously settled
e be de ved the Irish quostion would no longer
e a disturbing clement in national pt Lues,
here would remain In Ireland a national feei?
ng like that now existing in Scotlaud-a pride
i the post of the country, when it was mde
Bndent, and a pride in the present and futuro
t tho country to which she would be united
i fact as well as in name.
OSTON-Per bark Mary A: Louisa-3 bales S I and
H13 bales Upland Co.ton, 3600 White uak Slaves,
1 cask Kaolin Clay, 1 bundle ll:de?.
OUTLAND. ME- Per sehr Richard Bullwinkle
278 bales Upland Cottou.
Tte Clin ri', sion Cotton HIUKOI.
FFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, |
CHARLESTON, Monday EvcniuR, Feb. 21, '63. j "
Sellers having generally submitted to a declino of
|@lc. *f) tb., a good demand sprung up, and oporo- 1
irs purchased about 1500 bales, tho transactions ^
2ing4atl0>i;7at 17; 93 at 17>i; 30 ot 18; 40 at 11
t)t; 45 at 18X: 82 at 10; 50 at !9>, ; 432 at 20; 192 at H
>J? ; 295 at 21 ; 100 at 21 j?. Wo quote: C
LIVERPOOL OSSIFICATION. 0
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.17 @18}? 0
Low Middling.19 (?19 S p
Middling.2:> (?,20 J? "
Strict Middlim:.21 @21 %
onsignces per South Carolina litt liront!,
February ?3 and, StA?
2505 bales Colton, lu caica Yarns, 2693 sucks Corn,
> luaus Bacon, 1 car Cattle, ito, To li F Baker k
0, U bischoff M Co, J N Robson, Adams Frost k
o, RaUroad Agent, henhouse Si Co, W lioocn, P
taltai, J Compren k Co, W M Bird ic Co, J N 1 eido?
lan k Co, C Litsohgi, A TPorter, J B E Sloan, E H
odgers k Co, W K Byan, J R Pringle, W C Coun?
ty & Co, O W Willum^ 4: Co. Johnston, Crews k
o. Mowry k Co, Mautoue A: Co, G H Vt alter k Co,
' M Law i on, Yt dds & Chi olm, J M Caldwell k
ms, C N Averill, King A: Gibbon, W C Dukes A: Co,
A Enalow ic Co, O Reeder, W P i'owdng Jt Co. F c
ey. Cohan, Hancuci 4; co, J Wiley A: Co, UUey Ar
euyon, F L Meyer, A J Salinas, Klinck, Wicken
irg k Co. and Ordt r.
on sig nets per Northeastern HaiLvoau,
294 boles Cotton, bbls Nu vol Stores, Cotton .Seed,
dze. Atc. lo E H Budgers k Co, JPeueeel. Adorne,
rost k Co, T L Webb, J M Caldwell k Sous, Mnwry
Co, G W Williams k Co, J A: J D Kirkpatrick, M
3ld?mith k Son, Kendall & Dockcry, Shackeliord k
elly, Chisolm Brothels, Courtenay & Tienholm, C
roueoerger, Nachniau A: Co, W steele, lt Martin, Z
ivis. R W Disher, Maz.. ck Br^-s. M Monheim, J E
lger fc Co, F A :>aw\er, Railroad Agent.
Per steamship Emdy B >oudor. from New York
A Brett aud lady, Mrs Auna Nortueusou, Charles
W?elpley. A Beiser, Jr, C ?V Jouea.
Pd' steamer Lim.ie, from Georgetown, 8 C
J Fricgle, J M l ord, A W N Fo?ugs, M A Keith, H
impson, B H Wurd, - head, J ijuiitL, - sams,
?fe and child, li P Eu.ts aud wile, E Morgan, lt
?sbit, - Kennif, - Silvia, - Miilor, Dr Fiagj, il J
?is J end en, and 42 deck.
PHASES OF TUE MOON.
rst Quarter, 1st, 1 hour, 8 udnutes, evening.
Ul Moon, 8th, 4 hours, il minutes, moiniug.
ist Quarter, 15tb, 4 hours, 8 minutes, rooming.
!W Moon, 23d, 9 hours, VI minutes, morning.
Monday....i 6. .33 i 5..52 C. .59
Tuesday....! 6..bl 5..63 7..55
Wednesday.! 6..33 | 5.. 54 ?..52
luursday...] e..32 5..55 9..I9
Friday. Cal 5..65 i 10.. 13
Saturday... G..30 5..50 ll..?8
Sunday.| 6..29 5..56 I Moru
9.. 4 I ti)
10..24 I ?
ort of Charleston, Ifebruary Hi
Steam hip Ennly B Sonder, Lebby, New York
t Fridoy, P M. Mdze. To Ti J ?erty. Railroad
ei.ts, C N Averill k Son, G W Armor, C D Amens
L'o, Brown k Hyer, I M Bribtoll, R k A P Cald
11, J Commins, B Feldman A: co, J H (..raver, IS
rdts ? Co, Gruber k Martin, Goodrich, Wineiuau
LO, J Hurkamp Ac Co, N A Hum, Hastie, Calhoun
Co. J p Kpip, N N Klein, H Klatte & Co. Kliuck,
ckenberg A: Co, D Lillienthal k Co. Lahn ? Sid.
Hue, 8 R Marshall, Mantoue A Co, J P Murkhardt, J
P Marscher, J B McElhose & Co, J M Blar?n, Csten
dorff A Co, North, Meela A Wardell, B O'Neill, C P
Poppeubeim, D O'Neill & Son. E H Rodgers A Co,
J R Read & Co. Raoul s Lynab. J Russell, C Black
ley. G W Steffens k Co, O Tiedeman, J H V?llers,
Werner & Ducker, Wel? h A Brandes, Willis A Chis
olui. J N Robson. Fisher. Beiser A Co, F 3 Holmes,
T Kelly, J B uotte, Bunt k non, W C Dukes A Co,
Goudkop k Beuthner, Marshall, Burge A Bowen, J
G Milnor k Co. Adams, Damon A Co, F Bernhardy,
Johnston, CrewB A Co, Southern Express Company,
Steamship Guli City, Stewart, New York-loft
Tuesday last. 1 allast To Courtenay A TroDholm.
3 he Gulf City was dotalned off the port for two
days by heavy weather.
Steamship Ashland, Norton, New York-52 hours.
Ballas!. To Jno & Theo Getty.
Sehr S J Waring, Smith, Boston-6 days. Mdze.
To W Roach, ll A sawyer, Klinck, Wlckenberg A Co,
A Nachman, vvagener, Heath A Moneeea, Bavenel A
B rnwell, E R Cowporthwait, W Brookton*, Rail?
road Agent, W M Bird k Co. G W Clark k Co, G W
WiUlams A Co, D H sLIcoi, Graber A Martin, D Lil?
lie u thal A Co, J C Ojeman, J E Adgor A Co, F Bros?
se ll. Jr, F A Sawyer, and others.
Sehr D B Warner, Horton, Now York-6 daya. Bal?
lant. To W Roach, T W elisa, Newniann A Borger,
D IilUcnthal k Co, H Klatto A Co, W Marscher, J E
Aclger A Co, Seymour A Silcox, Klinck, Wickenberg
A Co. G.Tubcr k Martin, D H Silcox, R White, G W
WiUiams k Co, Railroad Agent, G W Clark k Co, W
M Bird A Co, W Brookbank, E R Cowperthwait, A
Neuman, Ravenel A Barnwell, Wagener, Heath A
Monsees, F Kressel, A Lanaer, F A Sawyer.
Steamer Emilie, Davis, Georgetown, ?j C. 114 tes
an l 116 sacks Rice, and Sundries. To Shackelford
A Kelly, J D Aiken A Co, Thurston k Holmes, J R
Pringle, Cart, i "^ff A Jervey, Porcher A Henry,
Sneer, Bros A Ce \:cprc3s Co.
IN THE OFFING.
Ship Gr ri lia, Jones, Liverpool-50 days. Salt To
R M ire A Co.
A ship, supposed to bo the Southern Rights, from
A bark come off the Bar on Sunday evening, but
was not in sight yesterday, and is supposed to have
tison blown off.
Bark Mary A Louisa, Davis, Boston-W Roach.
S.hr Hilliard Bullwinkle, Fronch, Portland, Me
Street Bros A Co.
From this Port.
Sehr Americas, Carey, Now York, Feb 21.
Up for this Pori.
Brig Josie A Devoroaux, Clark, at Boston, Feb 22.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Saragossa. Crowell, at New York, ?eb 22.
Ship Darnel Draper, Harding, at Boston, Feb 21.
LIST OP VJSSSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Ship Marj' Ogden, Coldroy, up.Jan 22
Ship P. H Tucker, Rundle?, up.Jan 21
British ship Charleston, Mosley, cleared.Jan 22
i ho Gorilla, Jones, cleared.Dec 'iB
The Arbitrator, Irviue, sailed..Jan 8
The Hopo, Hancoc :, sailed.Jan
British ship Sedborgh, Encale, sailed...Jan 22
British uork Hector, .Nelson, sailed.Jan 22
Br bark The Queen, Knight, sailed.Jan 23
The Sophie, Muller, sailed.Deo 28
Br sehr Altavela. Thompson, up.Jan 31
British ehlo Kata Tro>p, Crocker, sailed- Feb 12
Ship Daniel Draper, Barding, cleared.Feb 21
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, up.Feb 22
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, cleared.Feb 22
British ship Hannah Morris, Morris, cleared.Feb 13
Bark Sharp a bur?, Randau, cleared.Feb <i
ictir B u Terry, Weaver, up.Feb 4
Sehr Clara Montgomery, Horden, cleared.Feb 12
?ehr H J Raymond, Lils worth, up.Feb ll
Sehr A H Edwards, Bartlett, cleared.Jan 8
Sehr E H Naylor, Naylor, cleared.Jan 0
steamship Ses Gull, Dutton, up.Feb 13
sehr Serene, Jones, cleared.Feb 15
Sehr Chas E Page, Douguty, cleared.Feb 21
BECKHAM-WOLFE.-At Sandy Run. on the 19th
sst., by Rov i. WAK j* AMA awi. Mr. WILLIAM M.
1ECKBAM, of Richland, to Miss N. S. WOLFE, of |
Special Ho tires.
??NOTIC E.-1, MAEY ANN FLYNN,
vife ol THOMAS FLYNN, residing at No. 93 Market
ilrcct, lormerly carrying on business as Billiard
?loon and Tavern Keeper, Nos. 125 aud 127 Meet
uc-strcet, do hereby give notice that I iutcud to
rade and carry on business os J Sr lo Trader in ono
uonth from tho dato hereof.
MARY ANN FLYNN.
February 25 tuttis Imo
US' SPECIAL NOTICE TO DELINQUENT
'AX-PAYERS.-MAi OR'S OF!; ICE, CHARLESTON,
'EBRUARV 24, 1868.-Tho following notice is here
y published for tho information of all perf ons con?
ern ed :
Whereas, m?ny of tho tax-payora of the City ot
h?rtesten have nut mot their dues on tho 16th inst;
nd whereas the care of thc city, thc property and
coltb, comfort sud lives of the people demand a
roportJonatc contribution from each for the nen j ral
ood, it is proclaimed that the delinquents must
romptly come forward, or bo proceeded against ac
By ordor of tho Mayor.
WM. W. BURNS, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
F. brnary 25 6
PO- IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
HUTED STA1ES-SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
-IN BANKRUPTCY.-IN TUE MATTER OF W1L
,IAM MATHIESSEN, COPAR 1NER OF THE LATE
IRM OF MATHIEJSKN, O'HARA A CO., A BANK
;CPT.-PETITION FOR DISCHARGE.-Ou reading
ie petition in this case, on the 20tb January, 1868,
; is hereby Ordered: That a hearing be had at
horleston on the 26th of February, 1668, at ll
'clock, A. M., and that uotico bc published that all
rcdltors who have proved their debts, and other
ersous in interest, may appear at said timo and
lace, sud show cause, if any they have, why tho
rayer of sold politl?n should not bo granted.
Bv tho Court. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of United states District Court,
February 4 tu4
J83-IN EQUITY-MAGILL vu. EARNEST.
ursuant to the dcerco of Chancellor CARROLL,
led on the Gtii ?eb.uary, 1669, thc creditors ol tho
ito JNO. B. EARNEST aro hereby called upon to come
i and prove their demands before me, ou or bofore
ie 15lh day of March, 1868, or bo debarred from all
cne?t of tho dooroo to bc made in this case.
February ll tu5 Master lu Equity.
es- NO CURE NO PAY.-DR. FORREST'S
JUNIPER TAR" is warranted to cure Cough,
roup, Throat and Lung Diseases, of whatever
ature, if not hopelessly bed-ridden, or the prico will
c positively refunded. INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF
RODUCED. Try it, and if not satisfiod return the
m pty botdes and get your money back. For sale
y druggists everywhere.
L. CHAPIN A CO., General Agents,
No. 20 Hayne-streot, Charleston, S. C.
*S- HOW TO POISON CHILDREN .-GET
Wet Nurse with some taint or impure blood (rc
icmber, "the sins of tho father are visited upon tho
uldrcn unto thc fourth genoralion".) A substitute
ir healthy Breast-:-ilk, containing, by analysis, all
s ingredients, is COMSTOC . 'S RATIONAL FOOD.
: is used by the best physicians.
February ll tuthal2
OS* IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
NI TED STATES-SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT
?IN BANKRUPTCY-IN THE MATTER OF ISAAC
. WHITE, A BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR DIS
HARGE.-Ou reading thc petition in this case, on
tis 5th day of February, 18G8, it is hereby ordered
lat a hearing be had at Charleston, on the 2GMt day
'February, 1868. at 12 o'clock M., and that no.ice
2 published that all creditors, who have proved
icir debts, and other persons iu interest, may ap
;ar ut 6aid time and place, and show cause, if any
ey have, why the prayer of said petition should net
By thc Court, this 6th February, 1SG8.
C. D. C. U. S. for South Carolina.
February ll tu3
1ST IN EQUITY.- CHARLESTON-WES
)TT vs. WESCOTT.-Under the Decree fited in
is ciso on the 10th January, 18C8, the creditors of
e late G. W. WESCOTT are called upon to come in
d prove their demands bet?re the undersigned on
before the First of July, 1868, or bo debarred from
benefit of the decree to le made in this caso.
February 1? . tu20
?* NOTICE.-ViL PERSON8 HAVING
claims ORolnst tho Estate of ANTHONY G. BARTON,
deceased, late of this city, Mechanic, are requested
to render them in legally attested, sud those indebt?
ed to the said Estate will make payment to mc, at
No. 91 Calhoun-street E. A. MAN,
February 25 tu3*_Administratrix.
?- THE MISERABLES OF THIS BRIGHT
and cheerful world are the Dyspeptics.
Without a good digestion there can neither be
bodily comfort nor mentol enjoyment
Between the stomach and thc brain there is a close
and wonderful alliance. If the one ls disordered
the other is gloomy, dejected, incapable of effort,
and indifferent to all that makes life agreeable to the
Is this a condition that any rational human being
is willing to endure, when the mean; of certain,
immediate and permanent relief can bo obtained
The Dyspeptic has his fate In his own hands. II |
be chooses to banish forever the disorder that racks
his body and disturbs the mind with nam-less hor?
rors, he has only to step to the nearest drug store
and procure a supply of HOSTETTEB'S STOMACH
No phase of Dyspepsia has ever yet resisted the
alterative, tonic and onti-bihous oporation of this po?
tent vegetab'e Bpeciflc. It literally regenerates tho
lethargic stomach; rouses into healthy action the
dormant liver; puts to flicht the dismal fancier that
beset the mind; gently relieves and regulates ihe
bowels; strengthens the enfeeoled nerves; restores
tho appetite, and makes, as lt were, a NEW CREATURE
of the desponding and debilitated invalid.
Ladies who suffer from indigestion hove only to
take a 6mall dose of tbis pure vegetable corrective,
once or twice a day, to secure ontiro exemption from
the pains and penalties of a weak stomach and that
perfect functional regularity, which but few of the
f ex uninterruptedly enjoy. C February 24
HST FOR RESTORING STRENGTH AND
appetite, use tho great Southern Tonic, PANKNIN'S
HEPATIC BITTERS and you will not be disappointed.
For salo by all druggists. tu
?- A CARD.-WHAT IS T ARR ANT'S EF?
FERVESCENT SELTZER APERIENT and what aro
its effects ? These are questions which thc great
American public bas a right to ask, and it has also a
right to expect a candid and satisfactory reply. Thc
preparation is a mild and gent?o Bairne cathartic, al?
terative and tonic and is most carefully prepared In
the form cf a snow white powder, containing; all thc
wonderful medical properties of the far-famed Selt?
zer Springs of Germany.
Of its effects we would say that those who have
tested tho preparatkn aro the best judges, and they
declaro ovar their owa signatures, that tho prepara?
tion will promptly relieve Indigestion. Regulate tho
flow of tho bile. Care every specie of headache.
Tranquilize the nervous system. Refresh and in?
vigorate tho weak. Mitigate the pangs of Rheuma?
tism. Neutralizo acid in tho stornach. Cleanse and
tone the bowels. Assist tho falling appetite. Cure
If you aro a Bufferer give this remedy one trial, and
it will convince you of the above facts.
Sold by all Druggists.
TARRANT A CO.,
Sole Proprietors. New York.
January 28 23, 3mos
?"A YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO
her country home, siter a sojourn of a lew monilie
lu i: e olry, was hardly recognized ny her friend".
In place ot a coarse, rustic, flushed luce, sho had a
soft ruby cou plcxfon of almost marble smooth?
ness, and matead twenty-three sho really appeared
but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to tho causo ol so
great a chango, she plan ly told thom that Rho used
the CIRCADIAN HALM, un "considered it au
valuable acquisition io any lady'slol UH. By its use
any Lady or Gentlemen can Improve their pcisonal
appearance on hundredfold. It is simple in its
combination, os Naturt uersclf is simple yet onsur
pa?ed in ita efficacy na drawiag impurities Irom,
also lit-a.lng, cleansing and beautifying the skin and
complexion. By its direct action on the cuti?le it
draws from it all lt.- impurities, kindly healing the
iunie, and leaving the sui face us Natnro Intended il
should be-clear, ?oft, sinoote and beautiful, ince
il, sent by Mall or Express, on loceipt of an order,
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists,
No. 3 Wost Fayeitc-strceL Syracuse, N. ?.
The only American Agents for the sole of the same.
March 30 ]yr
?- THE TIME HAS NOW COME WHEN
the celebrated and wonder-working PALMETTO
HAIR RENEWER, which is so popular all tlirouuh
the Southern States, eau bo obtained at Wbolesalo
and Ret di, of tho principal Druggists in South Caro
lina. DOWiE A MOISE,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
February ll_ tuthsTJ
?-MRS.WINSLOW S SOUTHING SYRUP
for Chiloren Teething, greatly facilitates tho process
af teething, by soitcning tho gums, reducing all in?
flammation-will allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic ac
Uon, and is SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWEL?.
Depend upon it, mothers, lt will give rest to your?
selves, and BELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR
We hove put up and Bold this article for years, and
:an say In confidence and truth of it what wo have
aover beeu ablo to say of any other mcdieiuo-Nover
lia s lt failed In a single instance to effect a cure, when
timely used. Nover did wo know an instance of dis
iatlsfactlon by any ono who used it. On the contra?
ry, ah are delighted with its operation, aud spcuk in
terms of commendation of its magical effects ar.d
We speak in this matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW,"
Itter yearn of experience, and pledge our reputation
or the fulfillment of what we here declare. lu almost , ,
:vcry instance whero the Infant la suffering irom j.
pain and exhaustion, relief will bo found lu fifteen or
:wenty minutes alter tho syrup is a [ministered. *
Full directions for using will accompany each
Bo sure and coll for
"MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having the fae simile of "CURTIS A PERKINS" on
;bt outside wrapper. AU others arc base imitations. ^
8old by Druggists throughout thc world. Price, jj
?>nly 35 cents per bottle. y
Offices-No. 215 Fulton-slrcet, Now York ; No. 205 rj
Sigh Holborn. London, England; No. Ill St. laul
jtreet, Montreal, Canada.
DOWIE & MOISE, Agents,
August 27 luthslluio Charleston. S. C.
?"NEW MARRIAGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
or Young Mon, on Physiological Errors, A LUSOS and
Diseases, incidont to Youth and Karly Mauhood,
ivhlch croato impediment^ to MARRIAGE, with ?uro
neons of relief. Sent in scaled letter envelopes freo
if charge. Address Dr. J. SRILLIN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
January Ul 3mos
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m!y true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstontaacous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
ints; remedies thc ill effect;- of bad dye.-; invigo- | jj
"ates and leav.-s thc hair soft and b'iautilul black or
irown. Sold by all Druggists and Perth in ors; and
iroperlv applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No. Kl
?ond-street, New York. lyr Januury 14
?-NERVOUS DEBILITY, WITH ITS
?loomy attendants, low spirit*, depression, In
roluntary emissions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
oss of power, ul/zy head, loss cf memory, and
hreatenecl impotence and imbecility, lind a save- !
eign cure in HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC .
IPECIF1C No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Composed ot tho I .
Dost valuable mild and potent curatives, they str.^c !
.t once the root of the matter, tone up lin syntcni, |
rrest thc discharges, and impart vigor and energy, I r
Ife and vitality, to thc entire mau. They ha-.. ^
ured thousand? ol' eases. Prico S5 per package of
ix boxes and vial, or $1 per single box. Sold by 1
;ruggi?ts and eent by mall on receipt ot price. [
address HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC |
?EDICTNF COMPANY, No. 5C2 "ROADWAY, NEW
'ORK. September 19 ^
?-ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. -PRIZES I
ASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The hlghOJt rates paid for DOUBLOONS aud all j =
iuds or GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLOB A CO., Bankers, I J
No. 16 Wall Btreot, | ^
October 19 lyr New York. I oi
ll?ilrit???) on? (Engineers' Snnplieg
CAMERON, BARKLEY &W
No. 150 MEETING-STREET.
DEALERS IN EVERT DESCRIPTION UP
CIRCULAR SAW AND GRIST MILLS
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS
BAR AND SHEET IRON AND CAST STEEL OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
GUM AND LEATHER BELTINGS
LACING LEATHER AND BLAKE'S PATENT BELT STUDS
GUM and HEMP PACKING
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS
SPERM, LARD AND PETROLEUM OILS
BRASS AND IRON, SINGLE AND DOUBLE-ACTING FORCE AND LIFT
No. 150 MEETING STEEET.
PHATE OF LIME.
THE PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE GIVEN BELOW
of planters during thrust season, fully establish
ail ihe auvaitoges claimed lur this well-kuown FER
alLLZER: , , ,,
Received the highest premium awarded to Ferd.
izer.- by tho American Institute of New York, held
For fud report, with analysis made by tho Com?
mittee ol the Institut?, composed of Dr. C. E. BUCK,
Professor J. G. POULE, and other promiuent Chom
Isis, see pamphlets
The diiiiuguishcd feature of this MJPEB-PHOS
PHATE iroin other similar Fertilizers is, that ail of
its ingredients are nf animal origin, and are either
soluble in water, or in a condition to quickly become
soluble in tue soil and bo taken up by Uie crop.
Contains no inert or mineral materials,
'tho proper relative proportion of tho Ingredients j
Lu ILAFEb' S PEU-THUsPHATE to meet the re?
quirements 01 tlio Coilou crop on Georgiu and South
caro.lua soils, is fully proved by the exponeneo ot
nlautcrs'who testified that wherever applied, even to
laud noted for rus. mg cation, ihe disease is entirely
:orrectcd, and a healthy, vigorous growth produced.
Du tho same laud Peruvian Guano and other fertil?
izers have faded to secure a healthy growth.
REPORTS FROM PLANTERS, 1867.
For Letters in full ser Dtseriptive Pamphlet.
Dr. E. IL ROYALL, Christ Church I'aiish, writes:
Applied at tho rat; of ICO lo '?00 pounus per aero on
11th ..pril, on 2-J acres blue clay land, a Rood dea
worn from being planted iii colton from 1867 to 18071
with only one year's fcdt dunug that timo, and not
tvittieiaudlng thc long continued cold aud heavy rain,
md gales during tho spring and summer, about tho
first cf september tho crop en this hold was estima?
ted by some of our best judges to promise a yield ol
180 to '/OJ pounds line Sea isiaud Coitou Lint lo tho
Mire. Notwithstanding tho ravage B of tho caterpillar,
the first cotton picked was lrom ibo Held ou whl-U
HAPES' PUOSPUATE waa unod, and it has made
?bout 65 pounds to tho acte, wbllo uo other Hum?
med laud mado over-ISpou.Os. lias use.i MAPEV
PHOSPHATE ou melons, potatoes aud thc gordon
with satisfactory results.
THOMAS;?. SALT ut, Washington County, Ga., rc
.?or a that seventy-five pounds per aero ou ola land
increased bot:, thu Cu:ton and the Corn throe-told.
..'onsiders it far mure economical than Foruviau
Dr. E. PASSONS, i-midoravillo, Wast iugton County
"My observation is lhat MAPEs' SUPER-PHOS?
PHATE is a pr< foi live against rust iu cotton.
Lias about doubled tho Cotton aud tro.dod the Com.
ti as done better than Peruvian Guano per pouud." I
J. W. SCOTT, ot samo nee.iou, reports:
"That his crop manured with Peruvian Guano was
r.ir uiurueffected by i trough t a. d oX'-eSalve rali.H
luau where MATES' SUI'I.II-PUUSFHAIE was used.
. hall UH. MAf KS' lu preiurcuce tu any furtiliaer bu?
has scou used by his uoigboors."
W. H. SPAUK8, I at. niou, Ga., reports:
"Un land about half covered willi eedge, and
which bad not b. eu cultivated in t? o year.-, whin
thu manure was put on, badly manar, d, crop would
\ ir Kl two pounds where tho uniuanuied would yiel I
is. B. HAMILTON, Am.^ricus, Ga., reports:
.'Obtained tho most satisfactory icoolta from
|TAP*b' SUl'ER-l'UO-PHATE, applying it os a lop
iireiiiug. Considered to b ve had tho best garden
di.s year in St nth western Georgia."
Vi. J. ANDEHSON, Fort V?lle>, Ga., reports: '
"MAPKV SUiER-PBOSPHATE his doubled thc I
stop ot eot.ou lu every >aso reported, and ssouio re?
port it has moro than doubled their crop. On wheat '
iud oats tho rei-ulis are ve y salisiaetory."
D. A. WAUNU.K. Ucaeh Bruen, S. C., ie;iorts: | .
"On laud which always rusted cotton, increased < ]
the ero]) twofold; . s fine cotton us ho has seen this
fear. .Prevented rust. Four IOWS unmauurou rust- .
Ki iu August. Everything the MAPES* >UFER
PHOSPHATE was nie I on did well Co.ton atoo 1 i '
.ho colo weather m Spring; kept perfectly green,!
iud growed finely; has beat Peruvian Guano in his I 1
uigiiborborxl. Relieves :t to bo tho BEST Manure j 1
tow iu usu."
E. R. LILES, LiieavMo, An'ou County, N. C., rc- j1
"As compared with Peruvian Guano and Baugh's j
.upcr-Tbosphate, tlio result waa decidedly in favor i
if MAPEs' fUFHKR-PHOSPHVTE; atliibuted, bc- j
ond doubt, tu Hie fact that the ravages of the rust !
vero not, tty a mai ked dijlercnce, so severe where it
vas applied as where the other manures wera."
JAMES MCMBBKXM, Alston, S. C., reports:
"Usu-i a iou of Peruvian, and fouu? the result but
mo half as co.nparcd with ti,o.-o from MAPES'
iUPEl.'-PhOsi'ilATE. Noil mostly Bandy, with clay
ub.-uil. Markej difference in the tizo of Ibo bolls,
ii favor of MAPES' SUPER-PHOSPHATE. Uii Cot?
on planta the iucreas d growth was about 100 per
JOHN R. turn. Minis, s. C.:
"Cutio.i was luuiv vigorous and healthy, and ma
ured at 'east two weeks earlier where MAPES'
IUPER-PHOSPHATE was ucl as coinpar. d with
thor Fertilizers a-plied. MA PBS' sUPl-it-PHoa
'UATI- produced li U pounds per aero moro Cotton
han bhodes1 Supcr-Phospliali', and Bil pounda per
ere moro than soluble Pacific Guano. Sanio quan
Ity of each. lGOpouuiU, U?O.I to the acre, cultivated
u tho samo manucr. MATES' - LT'LR TIIOSPHATE
aoro than doubled thc yield of Colton."
it. s. VENNINO, Chriat Church Pariah, S. C., re
"One application, '200 pounds MAPEs' SUPER
'?USPH TE, peraerc, made Ihe colton grow to the
leight of six lee', wheic it grew only two feet tho
ear bi-foro. Considers MAPEs' sUPEli-PHOb
'11 ATE tho best Forillizua' for SKA ISLAND COT
.'ON, and would safely lecomuicud it io all plant
S. C. MEANS, Spartauburg, S. c., write;-:
"Used MO pouud- per acre, applied May ISIh. Can
alely cay never saw a mu. u vigorous gro \ th impart
d to cotton from the u.-e ol' any mauure. ' Satisfied
ho use of MAI'E .' .-UPER-PilOsPHAtE pays hauj
Rev. W. A. MEnniWETHEn, Vaile Cruels, ne^r Co
tiiubio, S. C., reporta:
"MAPES" sUPEit-PHOSprUTE has given perfect
alistaction, an 1 that it permanently iiu pre voa the
oil. Has no hesitation in saying it is tho special
iiauurc lor thc turnip .iud Irish potato."
P. C. PENDLETON, Valdoston.Ga., writes:
"MAPEs' sUPER-PHO-PHATE has exceeded my
anet sanguine expectations. Thc effects ot its usc
ii Coin, Peas and Garden Vegetables was most
aarked. If it eau bo always kept up to the stan
aid it must take tho preference of all fertilizers in
M. B. HUNTER, Quitmau. Ga., reports:
"Applied at the ?to of 150 pound- per acre upon
very alternate lour rows. The result lea* truly as
misting. The mauured rows yielded fully double
[ic neighboring ali. mate rows."
TEEMS-SGS A TON, CASH.
I2IE SALES CAN EU ARRANOO) To.'.'., PAYABLE IN
H. ~*V. KISSaXAKT,
DLE AOENT FOP. KOOTn CAttOUXA i'OU MAI ES' suFEIt
fHOSr-IUTE OF LIME /Jil) GUANO C01TFA5Y.
.So. 133 EAST BAY.
February 22 31
MAPES' N ITROGESI55ED
'Ett.USt SO.", PiCIl TON, CASH-TIME
SALES CAN UK ARRANGED FOR.
H. W. KINSMAN,
OLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 153 EAST BAY.
THE P'LURE.VCE GAZETTE.
3UBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT FLOR
[ ENCE, S. C., offers au excellent medium to
Merchants and ( thors who wi?h to extend their
usinesa in the Pee Dee neetion of HIP State. Bates
' advertising very roasouahji?, September Ifi
MAPE S '
SUPEE-PH?SPHATE OF LIME
RECEIVED THE HIGHEST PREMIUM
AWARDED TO FERTILIZERS
AT THE FAIR OF THE
HELD AT NEW YORK, OCTOBER, 18?7.
THE EXAMINING COMMITTEE ON FERTILI?
ZERS at this Fair reported :.B follows: "Entry
No. 298-FERTTLLZEhS manufactured by the Mapia'
Ruper-PhoBphate of Lim-) and Guano Company aro
decidedly frat in o: d*r of merit. The 'IMPROVED'
sUPr.K-PHUSPHATEis ihu beat article of its class
known to tho judges, while the NITROGENIZED is
iully equal to the best anufacnircd. These Fertili?
zer? are entitled to a first premium, as they aro far
auporior to all othors in tho Exhibition."
Analysis of Mapes' Nitrogcnized .-upcr-Phosphate
of Limo, exhibited at tho American Institute Fair in
Now York. OctoDer 22d, 1867, made at the direcUon
cf tho Committee on Forti.izers:
Phosphoric Acid, soluble Moisture expelled at 212
in water.0.c9 degrees.7.56
Phosphoric Acid, lu- Sand and Silica.6.67
solublom water...9.65 Nitrogenous Organic
Sulphuric Acid.14.81, .Yicldiui: Ammonia, 2.C2)
Oxido Iron and Silica. 3.24 ? AlkaUneSalts and losa.1.06
The solublo Phosphoric Acid ia equivalent to
11.36 per cent, of Dl-Pboapbate of Limo.
H. W. KINSMAN,
AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
February 22 34 No. 153 East Bay.
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H?W DECEIVE ONE
HUNDRED B.vLEs OE COTTOV ?nfl ho
promptly dispatched. uoa' and 08
For Freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS A CO
February 25 _No. 74 hist Bay.
. THE FINE FAST SAILING BRIG "CY
CLONE," W. J. FHISBIE Maste:, bavUg a
i portion of her cargo engaged, w?l have dig.
! patch for the above port,
lor Freight engagements, apply to
February 25_BIBLE If jg CREIGHTON.
,-T^ONEW A1 AMERICAN SHIP
"JAME8 A. WRIuHT"havmg a portion
of her cario engaged, wilt be dispatched
for the above port
For Freight engagements, apply to .
Tr?hTw ?y> STREET Rho 1 HERS A CO.,
February 22_ .No. 74 East Bay.
THE FINE COPPERED SHIP MI8SOU
? RL E. EDWARDS Masler, having' a large
1 pordon of her cargo engaged and going
' aboard, is now loading at Atlandc Wharf,
i or further Freight engagements, apply to
-, . w; B. SMITH A CO.,
February 20_Napier's Range.
THE FINE AMERICAN SHIP R. 0
WINTHROP. J. H. STEWABT Master, hav.
lng a large portion ot her i orgo engaged
and going ou board, will meet with dis
For freight of the balaceo apply to tau, Captain on
board at south Atlantic Whai f, or to
February 19_P1JTERSON k STOCK.
GOOD RATES AND QUICK DISPATCH
GIVEN. Applj to
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
Shipping and Commission Merchant?
January 25_Nos. 143 and 115 East Bay.
THE YACHT ELEANOR
IS NOW PREPARED TO CONVEY PAS?
SENGERS to aU poluta of interest arouud
the harbor. To leave Government Dock at
TO o'clock, A. M., and 3 P. M., visiting Fort
Sumter and Morris Island.
For Pleasure or Maroon Parlies arrangement? will
be made with CAPTAIN on board.
January 28 tuths3mos
FOR NEW YORK.
THE STEAMSHIP ASHLAND,
Captain G. L. Nomos, will leave
Brown's Wharf Friday, 3oth Feb
._ mary, 1868.
For Freight or Passage. pply to
JOHN A IHEO. CETTY,
Febuary 25 _North Atlantic WharL
FOR NEW YORK.
BEGULAR EVERY SATURDAY.
rv/- te-M? THE STEAMSHIP SARAGOSSA,
"ia :.V K2 Captain CBOWELL, will leave Van
l?i?'''K derborst's Whrf, on Saturday,
-=>?rr3-. February 2?, at - o'clock.
Bills Lading must positively be presented bv io
o'clock: of that day.
For Freight or Passage apply to
February 24_RAVEN r.L A CO., Agents.
N1?W YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.-FOE NEW YOBE.
?r^?r-.-- THE ELEGANT SIDE WHEBL
ti ? Ul STEAMSHIP JAMES *DGEB,
. fSiij LOCKWOOD, Commander, will lnovo
- ^SioS??- Auger's south Whart, lor the
above port on Thursday, 27th instant, at 8 o'clock
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADGEB A CO.,
Corner East Bay and Adger's south Wharf,
February 24 4 ?Up Stairs.
FOR NEW YO!?K.
PEOPLE'S MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
?M~.r , THE STEAMSHIP EMIT Y B.
w j . SOUDEB, Capuiu LEBBY, will leavo
.^iMl'-i'-f/ NorUl Atlantie Wharf. Thursday,
;3~=??S- February 27, at - o'clock P. M.
JOHN A THEO. 0E'1T\ Agents,
February 24 _North Atlanta Wharf.
STEAM TO LIVERPOOL.
CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN.
rvr-rr. , THE INMAN" LINE. SAILING
S/jfflkii j ? SEMI-WEEKLY, carryln? the U.
^J^? ^h S. Ma?s. consisting of tl, following
CITY OF PARIS.
CITY OF BALTIMORE,
CITY OF WASHINGTON,
CITY ci ROSToN.
Sailing every Saturday and avery alternate Monday,
it 1 P.M., irom Pier No. 45 North River, New York
RATES OF PASSAGE,
BY THE MAIL STKAMEaS SAILING EVEBT SATUBDAT.
Payable in Gold. | Payabio In Currency.
1st Cabla.$100 j Steerage.880
1st Cabin to Loudon..105 steerage to Loudon... 36
1st Cabin to Paris... .115 | Sle.rage to Paris.46
Pasuago by the AYon lay ste mero-First Cabin $90,
gold ; steerage $30; payable iu U. S. curr>-ncy.
Hat s of ujH-agc from New York to Halifax; Cabin.
?20, Steerage, $ lu ; payable ic gold.
Passengers ?Iso forwarded to Havre, Hamburg,
Bremen, Ac, it moderate ratee.
Steerage pascase from Liverpool and Queenstown,
540 currency. Ticke:s can be bought hero by per?
sons sending for their friends.
For further iuformation apply at tho Company's
offices. JOHN G. DALE, Aident,
No. 15 Broadway, New York.
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA,
BY CHABLESTON AND SAVANNAH STEAM
PACKET LINE-SEMI-WEEKLY VIA BEAU?
FORT AND HILTON DEAD-WEEKLY
STEAMER PILOT Bc '.Capt. W. T. McN'ET/r?.
?TEAMER FANNIE.Capt. F. PECK
ff?o. ONE OF THE ABOVE STEAM
jE^uESim E?S w,n IraV8 Charleston every
UoSdOji ami Thur^lai) Night at 12 o'clock; cud
Savannah ewrv Wedttttday and Saturday Moril?
ug, ut 7 o'clock, lotting et RluUtou on .1.'??
Ia>i, trip from Char'-.- . 'ii?! WediKtUay, trip ?ira
All Way Freight, also BluOtCD Wharfage, muse be
For Frcinbt or Pasaaae, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON, Acromn odalioti Wtiarf.
.lau uary 1 d_
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
n.K SAVANNAH, Fl' RNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S
r rir^?h STEAMERS DICTATOR AND
?^?t>S?Cci lY TOINT, Will leave Charleston
?very Tuesday and Friday Freniwjt, at fl o'cli-cE.
or above <. laces, cud Sava uah every Wednesday and
Saturday, at :i o'clock P. M.
Steamer DICTATOR, Capt. L. BL CoXETrEB," sails,
Ste mer CIT Y POINT, Capt. S. ADKISS, ?LS fri
'ay Evening. _
For Freight or Passage apply on board or at otuce
if J. D. AIKEN - CO., Agents,
January 3 sou:h Atlantic Wharf.
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