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THE DAILY NEWS.
AI l AIUS IK THE STATE.
Old Bon Hallonquiat, said to bo over a hun?
dred years old, died tho night before Christ?
mas, at Barnwell Courthouse.
The Banner Bays: Not a day pasees but wo
hear of cattlo and boga being killed and stolen,
smoko housoB entered and robbsd, corn cribs
broken, and depredations of ovory concoivablo
Eff McGowan, (co'orod ) convicted at the last,
term of the Dhstnot Court for Abbeville County
of hog stealing, haB boon awarded by tho
Supremo Court of tho Stato a now trial. Ho
has been in about seven mouths already, pro?
bably as long as hiB Honor would have mulcted
him. If wrongly convicted, however, it is
?roper that his character should b ' vindicated,
te is charged with appropriating a colored
An unsuccessful attempt waa mado by some
incendiary on tho 231 ult., to burn the dwelling
of Mr. G.'R. CongdOD.
The saw and gin of Mr. S. King, on Black
River, with a large amount ol material, includ?
ing four bales of cotton, was burned on Christ?
The quarterly examination of tho pupils of
the Georgetown Academy took place last week.
The Times aavs tho condition ot the'iustitu
tiqn refleols much credit on the present teach?
ers, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Connor. The resusci?
tation of this school supplies a want to tho
community of Georgetown tba nnp >rlanco of
which cannot be overestimated.
It ionia nd.
The dwelling house of Captain Thos. Taylor,
situated about two miles below Columbia, on
the Bluff Road, was burnt to tho ground on
Friday nigh last. Tho family wore spending
the evening in Columbia, and aro unable to ac?
count for the origin of the fire. Circumstances
lead to the belief that tho house was first robbed
and thon fired.
The following persons havo boen appointed
and commissioned by Governor Scott for Rich?
land County: John Robertson, County Troa
?nrer; M. J. Calnan, County Auditor; Jacob
icvin, P. Epstin, James Windsor, and C. H.
Suydam, Assessors. The assessors entered
upon their duties on the 28th, and before this
appears many tax-payers will b Mn possession
of their blanks'for returns. Richland is pro?
bably first in the work of preparing for taxa?
There was on Christmas day a disturban co
in Greenville between a white man from the
country and some negroes, on Main-street, in
which the white man was probably to blame in
the first instance, and several of the negroes
much to blame in thc sequel. The offenders
are to be arres tat!.
Mr. W. A. Hudson, tho surveyor employed
by the Greenville County Commissioner's to
survey and divide the county into townBuips,
has, with his chain-bsarers and a small party
of pioneers, already commenced his laborious
undertaking. The plan is simple and easv of
execution. A line will be established duo
north from the Courthouse to tho North Caro?
lina line, which together with the Rpedy River,
below the Courthouse township, will form the
only longitudinal dividing line in the county.
All the townships will lie east and west of this
line, except tho Courthouse township, which
will extend two and a half milos east from tho
Courthouse. When this base lino is estab?
lished, lines paralleled to each other at the
proper distance apart, and running east and
woBt, will complete the division of the county
into sixteen townships.
The County Treasurer, Mr. John Mount, ia
lying very low, laboring under a Bevere attack
of hemorrhage of the lungs.
Hop. T. W. Glover and Mr. Mortimei Glover
have formed a law copartnership mit or tho
style of Glover & Glover.
Mr. George W. Sturgeon has received tho ap
Sointment of magistrate for the Town ot
Mr. John W. Porter, of tho "Fork," was
fatally shot one day last week by a man by the
name of Lartigue. The latter, it is reported,
has fled from the country.
A son of Mr. Howell Eas'erling shot at and
wounded a person of color whom lie caught in
the act of "swinging" ono of his bogs. The
negro returned tho tiro and attempted to re?
load his gun, but finding that Mr. Easterling
had a second baird ho took to bbc OTT a in p.
Governor Scott has made the following ap?
pointments under the tax law for Orangeburg:
County Auditor. James Van Tassel. Assessors,
M. Albrecht, 0. 8. Bull, W. E. Williams. As?
sistant Assessors, Captain John Williamson,
W. R. Bull, H. L. Rickenbaker, It. H. Wiles.
Orangeburg Lodge, No. 28, A. F. M., has
elected the following officers for the ensuing
Masonic year : J. F. Iz ar, W. M.; J. H. O'Cain,
S. W.; E. W. Fenn, J. W.; S. Dibble, Secretory;
M. Albrecht, Treasurer; H. Rickenbacker, ti.
D.? Jas. VanTassel, J. D.; H. Butler, Tiler.
The Oraugeburg News has changed hands.
Mr. Samuel Dibble is led by the pressure of
other engagements to retire from the tripod,
and Mr. Thad. C. Andrews assumes control.
Tii? new* editor, in making his bow, says:
"The Orangeburg ???iVS will give a warm sup?
port to his Excellency Governor Scott, and tho
favernment of the State of South Carolina,
9 bis frxcellenoy General Q??nt, and the Con?
gress of tbe United States-and to every hon?
est measure, conservative in its nature, of the
?treat National Republican party of this coun?
ty. Believing, as we do, that the Republican
party is tho best friend of tho South, and obe?
dience to its principles her entire salvation in
a political point of view, we shall use our
every effort towards conciliating conflicting
LIVEBPOOL-Per British ship Mascongus - 8126
sacks Salt, to BMure k Co.Per Danish bark
Kamma Fonder- 400 boxes Tin Plates, to Order;
W 6 cases Twine, 1 box, 1 trunk and 2 cases Effects,
to Order; 1 hhd Brimstone, to W C Bee & Co; 27
casks and 1 case Hardware, to J E Adger k Co ;
3630 sacks Salt, to Order.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Champion-i'j ba<"s Sea
Island and 1807 bales Upland Cotton, 88 tieiTcs
Bice, 33 bales Yarn, 77 pkgs Sundries, 42 pkg*
Fruit, and 70 Empty Barrels.
The Charleston Cotton and llice Market,
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWH.l
CHARLESTON. Saturday Evening, Jan. 2, '.69. i
COTTON-There was a moderately firm demand
for this article, but purchasers were restricted by the
very limited supply of'the fibre and the stiff and
even advancing rates demanded by sellers, some of
the transactions taking place at higher prices. Sales
about 600 bales, say 1 at 22; 6 at 23; 3 at 23%; 83 at
23%; 28 at 23%; 18 at 23^; 23 at 21; 34 at 24%; 168
at 24%; 17 at 24%; 31 at 24%; 100 at 26, and 8 at t5%.
Ordinary to good ordinary.23 @24%
We quote by
MEW ?OBK CLASSIFICATION :
Low middling.,.26 ?
RICE.-This article continued in fair demand, and
prices were without change. Sales 106 tierces of
olean Carolina, pay 26 tierces at 8%; 40 nt 8%; 40
at 8 7-1 fie V lb. We quote common to fair clean
Carolina at 7%@8%c; good 8%@8&c V lb.
Markets by Telegrapn,
LONDON, January 2.-Afternoon.-Consols, 02%.
Bonds quiet at 74%. Sugar firmer on spot; ail at
26s. Tallow, 47s Od.
LIVERPOOL, January 2.-Noon.-Nothing doing
yet in markets.
Evening.-Pork, 89s. Common rosin, 6s OJ,
Turpentine, 27s Od.
FHA NE PORT, January 2,-Bonds, 79%.
NEW YORK, January 2-Noon.-Stocks- strong.
Money easier at 7, gold. Starling, 9% '62'8,11%.
Cotton-uplands firm, 96.
Evening-Governments high; 62's lt%?!!%; State
bonds dull; money firm at 7. Bank statement favor?
able. Sterling 9%a9%. Geld 186al36%. Cotton
opened dull, but closed actively and d?o!dsfiIy high?
er; sales 4800 bales nt 26*36% cttr nour and wheat
qnlot without decided change. Corn la2c. better;
new mixed Western 94*98; eld$107all0. Whiskey
quiet ; Western OS eta a$l. Pork quiet 927 76a28; old
926 60. Lard quiet; kettle 17%al7%. Naval stores
and groceries quiet. Freights unchanged.
BALTIMORE, January 2.-Cotton firm. Flour in?
active but unchanged. Con? dull; prime white 96a
99, Oat* dull; receipts small. Bye 60*69. Mess
pork 929. Bacon shoulder* 19%. Lard active at 18.
LOUISVILLE, January 2.- Flour-superfino 96 60,
Cora-fewJfe, 66e. Men pork 923. Bacon-?lear
tide*, bulk, 16%o; packed shoulder* 11%e; sugar
cured hams 18c. ?ara, tiaro* 19o, Whiskey 91.
CINCINNATI, Ja, nary 2.-Flour dull and drooping ;
family *7 60. Corn steady at 65a66c. Pork $28.
Bulk meats in demand; shoulders Ho; clear sides
l?o. Lard held at 17>?al8c. Bacon--shouldors 13o,
clear sides 16%o.
WILMINGTON, January 2.--Spirit9 turpentine etea
dy at 45 c. Rosin-demand, $1 85a4. Cru Jo turpen?
tine advanced, $2 03a3 05. Tar aotive; price.-) un -
cbaugod. Cotton in demand ; 21c for midd ting up?
AUGUSTA, January 2 -Cotton dull at 24>.?a2iKc,
with prices In favor of buyers, kales 313 balo?, re?
ceipts 233 bales.
SAVANNAH, January 2.-Cotton opened etcady
and closed firm at an advanco; Bales for two days
1550 bales; rccoipts 4190 bales; exports coastwise
35C9 bales; continent 3615 bales; middling 23c.
MOBILE, January 2.- ?alos ycBt?rday 700 bales;
middlings 24%a25; receipts 2177; exports 2511 ; ea'es
to-day 1500, closed ?rm at24%n25; receipts 377.
NEW ORLEANS, January 2.-0 >tton is irregular
and easier thau yesterday; middling close! llrm at
25, au advance of Jic on lhursdiy'a prtcos; sales
7300; receipts to-day 2037; recoipts 'ihursday ovon
ing and ycBtorday 7883; exports 12,077 balo3. Gold
135Jij. Storting, commoroiul, 15%al>%; bank no
quotations; New York sight M discount. Sugar
lirm; common 9al0; primo 12l?al2}?; yellow clari?
fied 13al3%. Molasses firm; common 52l?a55;
primo C3aC5; ?boleo C7a08.
COLUMPIA, January 2-COTTON.-The cotton
market has b?cnvory active during tlio past weok,
although thcro has been but lit'le offering, and we
quote 21Q23% extremes-the latter price for mld
(HingB. 1 he salee of tho week were only 205 bales, as
follows : 7 at 20 ; 3 a*. 22 ; 1 at 22 <? ; IC at 22>i ; 8 at 22% ;
25 at 23 ; 10 at 23 \? ; 21 at 23>?, ; 10 at 23% ; 33 at 21
NASHVILLE, Thursday, December 31, 1SC8.
COTTON.-We report another day of groat activity,
and more than ordinary inquiry. All offerings were
freely taken, and tho market closed steady at follow?
ing quotations: Ordinary 22; good ordinary 23; low
middling 23%. 'the bnsinoss of tho day footed up as
follows: Receipts 211 ; sales372; shipments C20.
Stock on hand September 1, 1868. CO
Cons.-On aocount of the inclemency of tho
weather, but little coming in to day, and sales con?
fined to a lew hundred bushels in ear from wagon at
WILMINGTON, January 2.-TURPENTINE-Is in
demand, and has advanced 6c; sales of 350 bbls at
$3 05 for sofr, and $2 05 for h ird * 280 lbs.
Sprarrs TURPENTINE- The market has ruled active
today atan advance of 2>?c; sales of 629 bbls nt 45o
ROBIN-Market firm; sales of 1979 bbl s at SI 85 for
strained; $1 90 for strained and No 2; fl 90a2 tor No
2, and $3al for No 1, as in quality.
TAB-in moderate request, with sales of 100 bbls
at S2 V> bbl.
COTTON-Market steady at former prices, and
stock light, sma'l sales at 24c fer middling.
TIMBEB- Throe rafis sold at $C 53 for fair, and
$9 60 ^ M for primo mill
SAViNN*H. December 81.-COTTON.-In our last
report the market closed firm at 23%o for middling
uplands. Ibo inquiry during the week under re?
view has been gtnera', buyers operating with a bet?
ter feeling th^n for FOIUO weoks past; indeed, the
Kalos of the 30th December may be recorded as the
heaviest made in this market since the close of the
war; buyers meeting morefroely thevlows of sellers,
caused many lots io be uncovered and Bold that were
for some time past held at much higher prices; but
it seems that the confidence maniiested has been In
a measure lost by planters, as they seem disposed to
meet the demand whenever an active inquiry pre?
sents itself. Tho closing day of the week and of the
old year hos drawn business into a small fosus, there
being not only a small slock offering, but the in?
clemency of the weather precluding pedestrians from
attending to their oat-door employment Tho market
closed firm but irregul?rst: Middling 24%a-; low
middling 2ia213? ; good ordinary 23}?a23%.
t-K.v ISLAND- there has been a moderate demand,
and we ?ow renow quotations, remarking that un?
der th* pressure fer money to mest obligations due
early in tbe new year, a few lots have been sold on
better terms. The falling off in tho receipts hero
and in Charleston, confirm factors in tbolr views as
to the shortness of the crop, and they strive to hold
in sp: te of tho unfavorable advises from Liverpool.
Flue QSaftO; medium 7oa73; common 03?co.
Saturday.-Tho market opened to-day with much
firmness, and the inquiry, which was goad at the
opening, continued so throughout the entire day.
Factors seemed te be very firm in their asking
prices; buyers gene)ally offering much below fac?
tors' ideas of the market. Friday being a holiday
(we tbink) aid interfere somewhat with cotton trans?
actions. Tho general tone of the market was very
Utt'e, if any, affected by the advices from the North,
the market closing stronger and firmer than we have
seen for several days past. We quote middling at
24c. Soles 1034 bales.
Mondav.- The opening of the market indicated a
large day's business, but the light Btock offering and
the very high prices asked, checked operations to a
certain extent, buyers being unwilling to submit to
the demands of holders. The inquiry has been
principally for foreign account, and tbs sales made
have been generally at figures under those asked;
the market closing quiet but firm at 21c for mid?
dling, 23>? for low middling, and 23% for good or
Binary, sales i?78 bales,
Tuesday.-The opening of the market was notod
for the extraordinary feeling in favor of the staple;
buyers and sellers seemed to have met the views of 1
each other to more satisfaction than. for some time 1
pant, for when 24c wds paid for middling the seller |
was satisfied, when to tho relief of tho buyer, od- 1
vices received from Liverpool, per cab'e, ?eported
sales in that market of 15,000 bates at 10% d,
showing an }?d advance. At the closing we must
reporta firm market with middltng at 21%c, low
middling at 23%, good ordinary 23. Sales 1003
Wednesday.-At the oponing of tho market prices
asked were very high, (-ay 21>?a2">c for middling)
which buyers felt unwilling to concede to, but advi?
ces from Liverpool showing siles of, 20,000 bale?,
with mid liing at 10%d, and New York firm at 23o
for middling, gave a better tone to the market, buy?
ers entering more ireely, which resulted in the sale
of 3515 bales, the market closing quiet at 21%a25 for
middling, 21^ for low middling, and 2 )% for good
ordinary. Sales 3513 bales.
Thursday.-After the excitement of yesterday, a
lull in the market was to bo expected, while buyers
are offering %c less. A few safes have been made
on the basis of 21>jic for middling, %c genet ally
asked-most good UneB which wore offered yester?
day boing taken; light stocks offering to-day, but
when good lines have been offered, as a geueroi
thing, havo been takon; lower grades seem neglect?
ed, and not in much demand, ?ales 871 bales.
Ibe receipts at this port since tbe 21th Instant
amount to 14,200 bales upland, of Which 12,074 were
received per Central Railroad. 1114 per Atlantic and
Gulf Railroad, 204 from landings on the ?savannah
River, and 150 bales from Florida and the coast
The exports tor the same time have boen 15,468
bales upland and 182 bales so i iBlsnd, of which 7698
bales upland ant 68 bales sea island wera shipped to
Liverpool, 2220 bales upland and 89 bales sea island
to Havre, 4510 bales upland and 25 bales sea 1B and
to New york, 682 bales upland to Philadelphia, and
to Baltimore 508 bales.
RICE-Aotive-no stock. We quote clean, 7%a
8>.'c Receipts at the upper null for the week, 10,9^2
bushels; lower mill 3500 bushels. Total, 14,422
Consignees per south Carolina itailroad
786 bales Cotton, 25 bales Domestics. 2642 bushels
Grain, 9 hhds Sugar, 6 bbls Molasses, 259 bbls Naval
8toros, 2 oars Wood, and 1 car Lumber. To Railroad
Agont, Caldwell & Son, T H .fe W Pewees, Dowling k
Co, Politer, Rodgers k Co, John Marshall, A J Salinas,
M Goldsmith lc Son, G W Williams k Co, Graeser.
Lee, Smith & Co, Cleghorn, Herring k Co, A B Mul?
ligan, W B Williams, R C .-harp k Co, Tideman k Co,
WK Ryan, West k Jones, J Campe?n k Co, Otis Phil?
lips, T Tupper k Sons, and R T Walker.
Consignee* per Northeastern Railroad
184 bales Upland and 21 bales Sea Island Cotton,
333 bushels Rough Rice, 245 ?bis Naval Stores, 134
nags Grain, Lumber, Mdse, kc. To P Brown, fctoll,
Wobb Ac Co, H Bisoheff k Co, Havened k Co, 8 D Sto?
ney, 8 L Howard Ac Bro, Gaillard k M in ott. Caldwell
AT ?son, Frost k Adgor, G W Williams & Co, S Melton,
Uart Ac Co, 8 Drayton, Bsllmana Bros, Mantons k
Co, G H Walter k Co,W F Ervin, H Pereaneau, Mrs L
M Keitt, G E Pritchett, J Marshal), Jr, B O'Neill, H
W Kinsman, Reeder ir Davis, Bowie k Moise, Peteer.
Rodger? k Co. Muzycks k Baiters, J R Pt ingie, Clag
horn, Herring k Co. W K Ryan, Mowry k Co, Kirk?
patrick ? ./Ute, F W Emanuel, J A Quackeubush, B
H Harney, G B Ingrakam k Son. Holmes, Wades k
Keitt, G W Clark k Co, Walker, Kvans ii Cogswell, C
Voigt. Greeter, Lee, Smith k Co, and Order.
Per steamship Champion, for New York-Mis?
Muller, Mrs Carbill and child, E B Hays, Dr W P
Porter, J B Bigelow, and A Hasp.
Per steamship Saragossa, from New York-Rev T
Panel, Father Malone, J B Donuts, lady, 2 children,
and servant D Charles, 0 Croply, D Wrigly. G Sears.
H C Jack, ?G II Curtis, H B Curtis, H Vea Bonacho?
na, C H?rle, Wm Booker, and Joseph ArweU.
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-Miss
Por ?foamer Dictator, from Palafka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina attd Savannah-W B Allen, Mrs
Ens low, Mrs General Wade, Mrs Savage, BI Down, a
Uffennan, OL? ltberapoon, B A Hughes. L J Ben?
ton, O'Neill, Moorehouse, Joan Patrick. 8 EConyors,
D Mayer. M 8 Canty, B Paaley, T L Ogdon, t? B Pal?
mor, . J L Burts, Mn Morion, B 8 Auebencloss> Dr
Le?aren, E W Scott, J W Fox. W Bye. Flock, Lew a.
Clark, Mr and Mrs Watkins, Mr and Mrs Bju-rlflon.
Mr and Mrs Hutton, Mrs Cole, Warrell, Mr and lira
Gilbert, Miss J Gilbert, Miss B Gray, Mise J Glibest,
and Mia? B Gilbert. "
Per ?teamer Pil?t Roy, Savannah via Beaufort-O
A Height and lady.-W Heath, Miss Tacker, O B Ken
nedy and lady. Captain Campbell, Mrs McBride, and
Master Haskell Rhett.
P*r steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, 8 C
Jas P Lcscsne, C P AUston, Judge John K Hackett,
Horace Waldo, Charles Banks, S 8 Johnson, ? Barnes,
fl J Hazsard, J. W Huzcldon, J L Wade, B G Law.
Master G E Sparkman, M iss Sparkman, Miss Moses,
Port of Charleston. .January <L.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-left Wed?
nesday, P M. Mdse. To Mordecai & Co, Courtenay
it Treuhelm. Rallread Ageat, W G Wbilden s Co, US
Quartermaster's Department, Wo it k Jonos, W F
Padden, D Paul & Co. M Luhrs. J H Wellman, J V
Taylor ic Ce, Wm Morscher, Walker, Kv ins lt Cogs?
well, Cameron, Barkley k Co, Johnston, Crows & Co,
G W Williams k Co. J Wylie & Co. Z Miller k Son.
Ho'mcs & Caldor, R Lawless, A/Blschoff, H Klatte k
Co, Klinek, Wickenbcrg & Co. H Bischoff fe Co, Wer?
ner & Ducker. W Welch, E H Stelling, W L Webb, J
Mehrsen, J C Blob me, Douglas k Miller, Jennings,
ThomUnson k Co, J N Robson, John Heins, D B Vin?
cent, W P ?avenel, Jeffords & Co, J F O'Neill & Son,
OstendoriT it Co, G U Gruber, J H V?llers, Bollmauu
Bro?, H Cobia & Co, A Wesson k Co. Kirkpatrick k
Witte. F F CL ipeau, W B Bevin. W Harrell, Genoral
Tylot, J D Aiken & Co, 1 aft & Howland, E B Hoy
ward, Mentone k Co, O.io Phillips, B Foldmann ic Co,
J AQuacUenbuHh, J U Graver, G W Steffens & Co, F
Wooli ma- , Nieman k Borger, Wagoner & Monsons,
J Campseu k Co. Hart * Co, W H Chafee & Co, Stell,
Webbie Co, ll O'Neill, C Graveloy, G A Loo io & Co,
A Tobias' Sons, D Briggs, and otl ors.
Shin Amelia, Uorobam, Now Yo?k, 13 days. Hay.
To the Master and T J Kerr & Co.
Danish bark Kamma Fonder, Krogb, Liverpool,
sailed Nov 0. Sa:t and Mdse. To Willis k Chisolm,
R Muro & Co, WCBeo&co, J E Adger & Co, and
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point Mill. 102 tierces
Rice. To G H Hoppock, L D DoSaussure, and J R
Received from Chiselm'B Mill. 4 bags Sea Island
Cotton and 87 tier.cs Rice. To Thurston k Holmes,
T H& W Dewees, Muller, Nimitz k Ce, F Entelman,
and W C Bee k Co.
Steamer Fannie, Vaden, Savannah, via Bluffton,
Hilton Head and Beaufort. Cotton Seed, it-'. To
John Ferguson, add Hopkins, McPherson ic Co.
Steamer Emili", Davis, Georgetown, S C. 177
tierces Rice, 07 bilos Cotton and Sundries. To Snack,
elford & Kelly, Piucknoy Bros, 'J burston k Holmes,
M Haig, Terry & Nolan. Mrs R Smith, J R Pringle,
Wm Marechcr, Henry Daly, J Colcock k Co, Mowry
k Co, Frost k Adger, W K Ryan, and others.
Steamer Marijn, Foster, Sante?. 57 bales Upland
and 8 bales Sea Isliad Coitos, 8 bbls Crude Turpen?
tine and Sundrl s. To John Fargatea, J R Pringle,
G W Diagle, Wm Gurney, Screven k Nisbet, Pelzer,
Rodgers & Co, Gaillard k Minott, J D Aiken k Co, W
L Trenholm, Go'dsmith k Co, W O Courtney & Co,
H W '1 il ton, J M Eason & Bro, S L Howard & Bro,
Wageaer & Moa.ees, and Order.
Steamship Saragosoa, Ky d r. Now York-left 31st
ult. Mdse. To Ravonol k Co, S O Railroad Agent,
Southern Express Co, G WAimar, M & A Ashton, J 1)
Aiken & Ce, J Apple, D A Amma, Adams, Damon &
Co, W G Bennett, W M Bird k Co, B Bates & Co, T A
Beamish k Co, H Bischoff & Co, A Bischoff, Courte?
nay & Trenholm, J Cain ps en & Co, D T Corbin, Cia?
das k Witto, Courtenay, Chisolm Bros, L Cohen it
Ce. G H Curtis, W H Chafee k Co, Cameron, Barkley
k Co, Crane, Boylston & Co, J W Denny, Howie k
Moise, Henry Daly, J B Duval k Son, A W Eckel k
John Ferguson, Fogartio's Booksioro, I L Falk k Co,
Furchrott k Brea, Frost it Adger, Waa Ouruov, L R
Gibbes, C Graveloy, P L ftulllemin, M Gilliland, J H
Graver, G H Gruber, Gondkop k Beuthner, I Hyman
& Co, W S Honeroy, A H Hayden, J H ark,imp it Co,
C H Sillon, N A Hunt, A W Hain, Holmes & Calder,
W o Horbach, G H Ingraham k Son, Jeffords it Co,
Johnston, Crews k Co, S Jancovicht. H Klatte k Co,
GL, (J J Lunn, J B L, E L & co, Rev TW Lewie,
J B McElhose, S R Marshall, J G Milnor k Co, W A
Mertens, McLey & Rice, W Mernaugh, Marshall &
Burge, P Metzler, N E Railroad Agent, B O'Neill. D
O'Neill k hon, J F O'Neill & Son, c F Panknin, Pel?
zer, Rodgers k Co, D Paul & Co, JR Pringle, H T
Peake, W P Russell & Co, J R Reed k Co, W K Ryan,
J Stoiber, L Schnell, G W Steffens & Co, W steele, E
Scott, StolL Webb k Co, W Sheppard, J F Taylor k
Co, Tideman & Co. J H V?llers, C Voigt, Wagener k
MoBseeo, W G Whilden & Co, West & Jonos, Walker,
Evans & Cogswell, Werner k Ducker, J N M Wohlt
man, and W J Yates.
British ship Muscongus, Groves, liverpool, 45
day?. Salt. To R Mure k Co.
Scbr Abbie Pitman, Lombard, Wood's Hole via
Newport, R I, 9 days. Guano. To the Master and
J N Robson.
Sehr O?vo Branch, Hahn, Santee. 800 bushels
Rough Rico. To Thurston it Holmes.
Sloop Amelia, from Pocotaligo. 1200 bushels Rough
Rico and Cotton Seed. To Cohen, Hanckel k Co, F ra?
ser & Dill, and Gaillard k Minott.
Sloop Bird, from Cbehaw. Seed Cotton. To W C
Bee it Co, and Gaillard k Minott. '
Flat from St Andrew's Parish. 38 bags Sea Island
Cotton. To Gaillard k Minott.
Boats Irem James and John's Island. 5 bags Sea
Island Cotton. To Gaillard it Minott.
Steamer Dictator, Willey, Palstka via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, Brunswick and Savannah. 19 buds
Bacon .00 bbls N O Molasses, 7 boxes Wine, 10 hhds
Sugar, 27 bbls Sugar, 180 bags Cotton Seed, 68 bales
Cotton, SO boxes and bblo Oranges, M<loc mid. Bas
dries. To J D Aiken At Ce, J A Euslow it flo, Major
G E Alden, Manteue k Co, Roper k Stoney, Paul,
Welch & Brandes, W M Lawton, W B Williams, G H
Ingraham k Son, J Levensohn, Coli en, Hanckel it Ce,
Pelzer, Rodgers ie Co, u W Williams ie Co, JD Mil?
nor, Terry ic Nolan, H Bischoff & Co. Jeffords k Co,
Hopkin?, McPherson it Ce, Wagoner k Monsees, N ie
maa ie Borger, John Mehr tens, N Fahrenbach, E H
Stell nog, A Johnson & Co, Byran & Fogarty, Wohl
burn k SteUing, and otbots.
Steamer Pilot Boy, UcNelty, Say mn ab via Beaufort,
ll bags Sea Idaud Cotton, 185 bags Potatoes, 220
bags Peanuts, icc. To John Ferguson, Hopkins. Mc?
Pherson k Co, A Willi uns, Finchley Bro J, and W M
?hip Riehard the Third, Wood, from Liverpool.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-James
Adger ^ CO.
Ship bum'.er, Keene, St Mary's, Ga-J A EnsL.w k
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
Steamship Magnolia, Crowed, New York.
Ship C U aeuthard. Roas. New Orleans.
Sehr Jane Emson, Van clea f, Georgetown, S C.
Brig Robert Dillon, Blatchford, Boston.*
Sehr Az oh: a ic Laura, Molndoe. Baracoa.
Sehr Amos Edwards, Somers, Boston.
Behr Charle J C ornery, Kuhn, Fall River, Mass.
From this Port.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, Now York. Jan 2.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore, Dec 31.
Up for this Pori.
Steamship Golden Hom, McBeatb, at Liverpool, Dec
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr Amolla G Ireland, Townsend, at New York,
?chr Nellie Carr, Laasill, at New York, Doc 31.
behr Albert Thomas, Rodgers, at Philadelphia, Dec
Sailed for this Port.
Spanish polacre Vestal,-, fromCienfuogos, Dec 16
Spanish pe!acre Maila, Font, from Havana, Dec 25.
Sehr Josiah Whitehouse, Jones, from Newport, R I,
The sehr Atalanta, Tneker. from Wisoasser, for
Charleston, arrived at Boimes' Hole, December 29.
Tho sehr Watauga, Munroe, from Georgetown, 3
C, was reported at chester, Penn, December 31.
The sehr Samuel Eddy, Cathcart,from Portsmouth
N H, fer Georgetown, S C, arrive:! at Holmes' Hole'
The sehr Fannie A Bailey, Look, from Georgetown,
S C, arrived at Portland, Me, December 31.
The brig M E Dani, O'Neil, for Georgetown, S C,
cleared at New York, December 81.
Shlpnews by Telegraph.
NBW YORK, January 3.-Arrived-Virginia and Bi?
SAVANNAH, January 3.-Arrived-Steamships Gen
Barnes and Thomas, from New Yeik.
Weather warm and leggy.
THE STATIC OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
To the Managers of Election?
for the County of Beaufort:
WHEREAS, Mit. GEORGE A. BENNETT, WHO,
at the General Election held in April, 1868, was
chosen a member of the House of Representatives
for the I lect ion District of Beaufort County, to serve
for two years, has sinoe said election resigned; and,
whereas, fae Con? t itu tl n of the State of South Caro?
lina directs that In such a case a Writ of Election
shall be issued t y the Speaker of the House of Rep?
resentatives for tbs purpose of filling the vacancy
thus occasioned, for the remainder of the term for
which the member so resigned was elected to serve :
Now, therefore, you ana each of you are hereby
required, alter due advertisement, and with strict re?
gard to all Hie .provisions of the Constitu? lou and
Laws of the said State, touching your duty in such
case, to hold an election for a Member of the House
of Representatives, for the Election District aforesaid,
to serre for the remainder of the term for which the
said GEORGE A. SENNETT was elected ; the Polls
to be opened at the varions places of Election in the
said District, on Monday, the fourth day of January,
1869, by the various sets of Managers for those
places respectively ; said Managers to count the
votes publicly immediately after the final closing oi
the polls at the Precincts where tho votes have been
taken ; make out a certificate of the result, to be
signed by tho Managers, or a majori ty of them, and
taken to the Court House of Beaufort' County, or
place now fixed by law for c.uniting the votes, on
Wednesday, tbe sixth day of January, 1889, by one
or more of said M?nagers ; and the Managers, or a
majority of them, who rn Av assemble, shan proceed
te examine the aforesaid eiatem eat, and declare the
rc>uH of the Election. ?.
This Writ, together with your return of the Elec?
tion to be held nader it, have before the House of
Representatives atltsnext meeting after the Election.
Witness the Honorable FRANKLIN J. MOSES, Jr.,
Esquire, Speaker of the House or Represen?
tatives, at Columbia, this twelth day of Decem
A ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight bund red and sixty-eight
? ... FRANKLIN J. MOSE9, Ja.,
Speaker bf (he Bouse of Represen tatt vee.
A. O. JOH KS, Clerk of tue House of Represent?
December 14 ' 29
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OF NEW YORK.
Office t Park Barnie Building, Nos. 814
and 316 Broadway.
COE ADAMS, President.
WILLIAM T. PHIPP?, Vioe-President,
HENRY BEEDEN, Secretary.
J. T. HUMPHRBY8,
Agent fer State or South Carolina,
Offioe No. 27 Broad-sirect.
J. S. BUIST, M. D., Mediaal Examiner.
HW &UB-AGtNTS wanted throughout the State.
Apply by letter to J. T. HUMPHREYS, General
Agent * m December 7
g A MU ISL C. BLACK,
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. HS Broad.stroet,
Charleston, S. C.
Transactions made at auction or private sale.
January 1 Imo
Charleston, S. C.
WIIJ. BUT AMD BELL ON COMMISSION,
REAL ESTATE, STOOES, BONDS, ' COUPONS,
GOLD, SILVER, B ANK BILLS AND
Janu.ryl _' _Imo
T.TOLMES & MACBETH, .
No. 36 Broad-street.
Charleston, 6. C.,
BBOXKK8, AUCHOSl!Ell\ REAL, CST ATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttond to Routing and Collecting of Rents
and purchase and sa'e of Stocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate.
Tc the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for parties
In the country upon reasonable terms.
?EOEOE L. HOLMES.ALEXANDER MACBETH.
January 1 Imo
y^r Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
MONEY AND REAL ESTATE
No. 35 Broad-street,
J DRAYTON FORD,
BROKER, No. 40 BROAD-STREET,
BUSS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE AND PUB?
LIC AND PRIVATE BONDS, Stools and S?curi?
t?s, of all kinds. Also, negotiates Loans on Roal
Estate and Stock Collaterals.
January 2 DAO Imo
J^OWNDES ?fe GR 1MB ALL,
No. ?ft Broad-street,
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION,
Renting of Houses attended to.
r. PTNCKNET LOWNDES.BEAELET. G KIMBALL.
January 1 Imo
J H. WILSON,
No. 5 Broad-street.
SOLD, SILVER, BANK NOTES, COUPONS,
STOCKS AND BONDS,
Bought and Sold at Market Rates. Checks on
New York and Btl?.more, and Drafts on England.
Ireland, Paris and Ber'.in.
January 1 Imo
BLANK BOOKS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS MADE
io order, with any style of Binding or pattern of Rul?
ing, of best material and workmanship.
MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, MUSIO, NEWS?
PAPERS, Bibles, Prayer Books, Ac, Bound in any
style, and neatly Lettered with name.
Lithographing and J JD Printing.
JOB PRINTING-Cards, Letter, Note and Bill
Heads, Circulars, Dray Receipts, Pamphlets, kc, in
first-rate style aad at low prices.
All varieties of LAW, OFFICE AND FANCY STA?
Alargo assortment of our own and of the best
Northern manufacturers, constantly on haod.
NOTICE.-We are offering our surplus stock of
Check Books, Bank Bosks, Railroad and Teasel Re?
ceipt Books, Cotton Weight and Shipping Booka, at
greatly reduced prices.
TIME BOOKS Vor Planters, Mechanics and Busi?
ness Men generally (monthly and weekly), a great
variety of forma.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS, Landing and Dockago
Booka, Magistrates' Dockets, Hotel Registers, kc.
TO OK ALK ll 8.
Having a large surplus of BLANK BOOKS, of all j
styles ot binding, th? trad* win ba ntpplied for a
limited time at a groat r?daction on yaw York cert.
At * COtIBTENAY??,
December ll tawltto No. ? BROAB-STREET.
IIR/ID Sc CO.,
?RKR8 A\I? DEALEHS IV
?TS, COLORS, MUES,
JU?IKR, Oils of all kinds.
FAVORITE BRAND OF
IL; ARTISTS' AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS.
S STA\!)AliI) SCALES
ET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
HEKRI9?U, A. M. JACKSON,
iguuta, Ga. Charleston, s. C.
EKBING- & CO,,
Tt S. C., PHIL ADELPHI A, PA.
BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC
to oiler overy facility for RECEIVING, FOR
Lt IHRES HOUSES.
[nmentH when desired. Also to our friends,
_ frufla, (Sentirais, (Etc.
A Y ER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
I flftV For Diseases of tho Throat
HH^^^ and ?.mif?K, snell as Cough?,
Hfjn/ Collis, VV Hooping Coug h,
BB MML y Bronchitis. A st h mu and
PROBABLY NEVER- BEFORE IN TI?E WHOLE
history of medicine has anything wou so wi 1 ely and
BO deeply upon tho confidence of mankind as
this excellent remedy for pulmomry complaints.
Through a long sortes of years, and among most ot
tho races of men, it has risen higher and higher in
their estimation, as ii has Docomo better known. Its
uniform character and i ower to euro the various af?
fections cf the lungs and throat, have made it known
as a reliable protector against them. While adapted
to milder forms of diso :ee and to young children, it
is at the sune time tho most effectual remedy that
can be given for Incipient consumption, and tho dan?
gerous affections of tho throat and lungs. As a pro?
vision against sudden attacks of Croup, lt should be
kept on hand iu every family, and indeed, as all are
sometimes subject to colds and coughs, all should
be provided with this antidote for them.
Although settle 1 CONSUMPTION is thought incura?
ble, still great numbers of cases where the disease
scorned settled have been completely cured, and
the patient restored to sound health by the CHERRY
PECTORAL. SO complete is its mastery over tho dis?
orders of the Lunn H and Throat, that the most ob?
stinate of them yield to it. When nothing clue could
reach them, under tho CHERRY PECTORAL they sim
side and disappear.
!- iNGEiia AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS find great protec?
tion from il.
ASTHMA is always relicvod av.d often wholly cured
BRONCHITIS is generally cured by taklrg the CHER?
RY PECTOBAL in small and frequent doses.
So generally oro its virtues known that we need
not publish the certificates of thom bore, or do moro
than assure tho public that its qualities aro fully
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY
Aro PO composed that disease within thoranreof
their action oan ruo'y withstand or evade them.
Thoir penetr ating properties soirch, and dense,
and invigorate evovy portion of the human organ
inn, correcting its diseased action, and restoring its
healthy vitalities. As a consequence of theso pro?
pel tioa, the invalid who ls bo we J dowu with pain or
physical debility is astonished to find his health or
energy restored by a remedy at once BO simple and
Not only do they cure the evory-day complaints
of everybody, bat aho many formidable and danger?
ous diseases. Tho agent below nam id is i loased to
furnish gratis my Amer cati Almanac, containing
certificates of their cures and directions foi their
use in tho following complaints : Costiveness,
Heartburn, Headache arising from disorder of
Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Pain in and Morbid
Inset i n of the Bowo'.s, Flatulency, Loss of Appe?
tite, Jaundice, and otner kindred complaints, aris?
ing from a low state of the body or ob.vrucii-jn of
its functions. They are an excellent alterative tor
the renovatioa of the bio xl aud the restoration of
tono and strength to the system debilitated by dis?
Dr. J. C. AY EU 06 CO.,
Sold at wholesale, by DOW?E & MOISE.
'Tiarleston, 8. C.. and by Retail Druggists every?
where. fmwSmos DAO De^etrbar 25
Alum & Dry Plaster
Ara most desirable for quality,
finish and price. >
S AF ES
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to'
MAEVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers) *
T> . , i (2?6 Broadway, Nev York,
w v PtL ^721 Chestnut St., Phila.
Warehouses |108Bftnk gt, Clevela?d,0
And for sale by our agents in th?
principal cities throughout tho
United States, -
ron SAL? BY
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THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
RECOMMENDED BY THE MEDICAL
EE3 ?LOSS OP APPETITE
33 E53.; SICK HEADACHES
AND ALL DISEASED ARISING FROM A DISOR?
DERED STATE OF THE STOMACH
HEGEMAN k CO.,
Agent* lat Mew York.
C. F. PANKNIN,
Chemist and Apothecary,
?NTo. 123 Meeting-street?
CHARLESTON, 9. C.
'? \-' , ? : ' i?'; " . ? >
HOT For ?ele by Druggists everywhere.
By eiagle bottle.tl 00
By Leif downs bottle?.. 09
_Prttfls? C^mi?ols, (Etc.
g A li S A I* A Ii. J L JU I A N
ITS POWERFUL CURATIVE A?SSUv'l A l'ES
PREFABED CNDEIL A NEWLY DISCOVERED PROCESO
FOU EXTRACTING THE CURATIVE PUOFEIITIIS
FROM VEGETABLE SUBSTANCES, F.N.
runs INTO TUE COMPOSITION uv
l> R . RA I) W A Y ' 8
li E 8 O L V E N I
A NEW PRINCIPLE DISCOVERED,
One Bottle, of Kcaolvciit I? Better Titan
Ten i.nr?? Bottles of tlie Advertised
Sarsaparillas,or Direct Diuretic Item
I'H?SICIANS wonder ut the extraordinary power ol
RADWAY'S RENOVATING Bl: SOL VEN ? "lu curing
the worst lornis of scrofulous, Syphiloid, Chronic
Skin Diseases, and its ma"vclous power in resolving
calculons concretions, affording immediate relief and
consequent euro of Diseases of the Kidney, Madder.
Liver, Lungs, Puucreus, spleen. Its rapid Influence
in tho euro of Diabetes, Incontinence or scanty, tur?
bid, albuminous, cloudy urine; its almost in-t?nt ef?
ficacy in stopping itching and painful discharge of
urmo, aud its singular power in curing discharges
from tho Uterus und Urethra, L?ucorihoa, Bloody
Uirne, and otbor unhealthy and weakening dis?
charges;-and inquire whcrelu tho SARS APARIL
LIAN used in tho Renovating Resolvent differs lroua
ordinary Sarsaparillas I Sarsiparilltan is the only
principle in .sarsaparilla that possesses curant!-!
properties; all other parts ol the root are inert and
useless. Ono ounce ol' tho extract obtained under
Dr. Radway'suew process for extracting the curativo
properties from vegetable substances, contains moro
of tbe truo principle ot euro than twenty pounds ol
tho ordinary roots:
SARSAPARILLI AN is only one of tho ingredients
that forms this truly wonderful medicine; audit is
thc only compensating remedy that communicates
its purifying, cleansing and reinvigorating proper?
ties through the BLOOD. SWEAT, URINE, and
other secretions, securing a harmonious functional
action of every depraved organ and gland in the sys?
tem, if the blood is corrupt, the R?solvent will
make it pure. If the Lungs are ulcerated and soiv.
secreting thick phlegm and prurclont matter, the
Resolvent will loosen this deposit and repair tho
wasting lung with sound and healthy material, ll
thc Skin is covered with pimples, spots, pusluice,
sores, ulcerB, &c, the Resolvent will quickly reuiovs
these annoyances. Ii' mercury is deposited in tho
bones and has accumulated in ('tie system, tho Re?
solvent will drive it out. If tho T?roat or Bronchial
Glands aro ulcerated, tho Resolvent will euro those
signs ol au early waste. Direct remedies, possess?
ing only exclusive properties, aro hurtful, us they
increase the functional secretions o! on ? organ by
suspending tho constituent secretions of others;
heneo, a compensating remedy like the Resolvent is
the only means of a permanent cure.
BEAR IN MIND THAT EVERT DROP OF BLOOD
Impregnated with the Resolvent and absorbed io
supply tho waste of the body, will moke pure, sound
and healthy flesh and fit uv. " The first doso that ie
taken commences its work of purification and in?
creasing tho appetite and /lesli.
A REMARKABLE (JURE
Sores on tbe Tongue, Ulcers in t tic
Throat, Sore ?uaw, Sore Mouth,
Sores in the Nose, around
the my ea, d.c.,
If recently exhibited, a few bottlos will cure. Il
chronic, or through thc effects of Mercury, Potas?
sium, Corrosive sublimate, from six to one oozen
bottles may be 1 equired to make a permanent cure.
R. R. R.
AGREAT SENSATION !-A GOOD SENSA?
FAIN CUBED IN AN INSTANT!
In 1847 the great grand principle of stopping tho
most excruciating pain in nn instant, without em?
ploying such dangerous agents as Chloroform,
Opium, Morphine, Acontinc, Ethor, ?tc. was first
made known in
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF.
This remedy accomplished this wonderful and de?
lightful desideratum in all caeos of external and in?
ternal pain. In an instant it afforded relief, the
moment it was applied to the parts ol the body
where inflammation or pain existed-it at once re?
lieved the patient of the most violent and excruciat?
ing pangs and throbs of pain, and imparted the de?
lightful sensation of ease and comfort.
Every kind ot pain, whether Rheumatism, Neu?
ralgia, Aoothache, Pama in the Chest, side, Lungs,
Stomach. Bowels, Kidneys, spine, Legs, Arms, Feet,
one application was sunlctent to kill and extern, inate
Taken internally, twenty drops to a teaspoonful
would cure, and will erne, Asiatic Cholera, Fever
and Ague, Chills and Fever, Bilious colic, Inflam?
mation of the Bowels, Cramps, t'posms, Dlarrhor-.a,
Dysentery, and every pain that niav exist in tho in?
side of man. woman or child ; this was RADWAY'S
READY R ELI LE of 1847, and it ie RAD WAY'S RE?
LIEF, greatly Improved, in 18C8.
We then started lt in its mission of relieving tn o
i n?i rm, pain-stricken, sick, distressed and oripplod
ol all nations throughout the world, and now to-day
it is used, patronized and revered as a household
necessity, in the palaces of Sultans, Emperors,
Kaiwos, Kings, High Priests, Nobles, as well as in
the cottages of the laboring clauses of every nation
rn the face of the earth.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS CURED IN
THIRTY MINUTES I
.Important to Know how to Use "(tao.
way's Ready Relief" in Acate
and Dangerous Attachs!
MY OWN CASE.
On Saturday night, the 10tb, I was violently seized
with Congestion of the Lungs. For s few days pre?
vious I felt a dall pain over rn; left lung, with
occasional coughs, but bel?g actively engaged, paid
no attention to it. When seteed, the pain was so
Slerctng, cutting and excruciating, that every breath
rawn was like ? red hot knite muting my lnng. Be?
ing absent from home, I sent out for three bettles of
RADWAY'S RELIEF, applied the entire lot to my
lungs, back, shoulders. Ac, and io a few moments
got up counter-irritation. Respirations were easy,
and, as th? skin became reddened, all pain ceased.
lb half an hour I was free from pain, nd all signs
of Congestion, Inflammation, Ac, goo .. This ls an
Important euro. It is well that a cry one should
hss~ hew to ?K thia ?coi edy ia ; vere attacks. The
same rule holds good in ease.? of Inflammation of
tbe Loins, Bowels, Kidney < ?nd Stomach. Apply
the RELIEF freely j soak o skin with it It wilt
instantly secure thu withdrawal of the inflammation
to the surface, and i crsons now suffering may, in
tum MINUTES, be irea from pain.
In cases where inflammation has. existed for a
length of hmo, in addition to the RELIEF, take six
of RADWAY'B PILLS. Powder them, m half an
hour, in most cases, ?hey will operate. If not, re?
peat the dose. In one or two hours at the furthest
they will operate, and the patient soon get well. In
Bilious, Typhoid, Fever and Ague, thia treatment is
sure to cure. Let it be tried. * ?
J OHS RADWAY, M. D.
AST Dr. RAD WA Y'S REMEDIES are sold ny Drug
Slats, and Storekeepers everywhere. Ott th? New
fyfe, with India Rubber Cork.
BOWIE JU MOISE,
? ? * .* AGENTS,
No. 169 Meoting-atreet, comet Hasel.
Charleston, B. C.
November 20 *.