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"Only * "Woman's Hair."
After Swift's death there WAH found ia his
writing desk a tress of Stella's bair. On the
>aper enclosing it there was written: "Gnlv a
"Only a woman's hair?"
A seal, a sign,
Nerv mp the knightly ann
'! Only a woman's hair ?"
Respe their lore
Pale students lay the pledge,
And strive the more.
"Only a woman's hair ?"
Old men depart
Fumbling one little tress
Held to the heart.
"Only-.a woman's hair ?"
Gage of fond trust.
Buried with stalwart forms.
Crumbling to dust
Only a woman's hair?"
Wax this a gibe
A bitter sneer ? If so.
Shame on the scribe !
"Only a woman's hair ?" j
Was this a sigh
Boire on the midnight surge
Of memory ?
"Only a woman's hair?"
Lo! there Le times
When wailing music clings
To meeking rhymes.
.'Onlv a woman's hair?"
Strange it appears ,
That he should nurse a jest
So many years.
"Only a wooran's hair?"
Dead Stella's hair;
If she had meant a jest.
Why all tnat care ?
"Only a woman's bair?"
True-naught beside :
And yet 'twas something moro
When Stella died.
Only a woman's hair ?"
A woman's bair :
A moan from out the Past
A woman's hair !
BOSTON-Per sehr Sarah Cullen-140 tierces Rice,
99 bales Uplard Cotton. 5 ubis .-pirita ?urpen
tine. 1249 bbls Rosin, 277 packages Hides and
NBW YORK-Per sehr Robert CaldweU-3S8 bale3
Upland cotton. 3 bags Sea Island Cotton, 268
tierces Rice, 477 sacks Cotton Seed, 166 casks
Clay, 427 bbls Bosin. Ito boxes Desiccated Pota?
toes, 42 bbls Mr al. 6 packages Phosphate, 8 pack?
ages Mdse, i 70 empty Ale Barrels, 39? empty
Carboys. 1 crata Crockery.
BALTlMOKE-*Per sehr A O Ireland-130,000 feet
Lumber, 20 casks clay.
Charleston Cotton and Kicc Market?
OPPlCh OF TH F l'HAKLESTON DAILY NJBWh, I
CHARLESTON-. Monriay Evening. Feb. 8, '69. j
COTTON.-Tho operations in this article com?
menced ?* Tery finn rates, some traasac ions taking
place at abont 20<- $ lb for middlings, but tao mar
Set hee?ruin" qiliet DnYers succeeded lo purchasing
at slightly easier pi?Cf8 towards close; sales
about 900 ba es, of which abotlt 5t? wer? 6old on
Saturday evening, viz: 27 at 27??; 9at27??; IS a
27}:; 41 at 27*;; 112 at 58; 104 at 38^; 281 at 28};;
61at99>i; 76 at 28%; 88 at 2D; 23at29J?c. We
Ordiaary to good ordinary.27%(?W8y?
By New York classiflcari.-a we Quote :
Low middling.MJflS 29
RICE_The market for this grain was qu:ct and
but Utile done; sales 30 tiercos of cleau Carolina at
9c ? lb. We quote common to fair clean Carolina
at 8>?@8S; good, 8J??D>?; common prime, 9};c
Market', by Telegraph.
lajMPOV, February '.- Noon.-Consols 93?;. Bonds
76>,': Sugar firm
LIVERPOOL, February 8.-Noon.-Cotton quiet
and steady; uplands 12%d; Orleans 12?,'d; sales
12,000 bales; ethers unchanged.
Two P. M.-Cotton quiet Uplands T3l;al2%d;
Orleans 12;?al2.S'd. Lard quiet Fork 97s.
Evening.-East India cotton closed quiet-up?
lands 12}?al2%d on the spot and 12 vi afloat; Or
eans 12}; al 2},^; sales 12,000 bale;.
NEW YORK, February 8.-Nom.-Stocks dull and
unsettled. Money easy at 6a7. Sterling 9}?. # Gold
90%. Cotton a shade easier at ao.^ajn};.
E?oning.-,Cerion less acdye and %c lower; sales
1200 bales at 30};c. Flour irregular and unsettled ;
no decided chanze. Wheat a shade firmer. Corn
heavy; mixed Western 87a90o; whi e southern 90c;
yellow 92-92 Kc. Mess pork $33 25a35. Lard firm?
er; kettle 21i211i'c. Groceries quiet Turpentine
66aS6Kc. Rosin $2 40a8 50. Freights active; cotton
by saiL9-82a5-16d; steam 7-16d. Governments 6teady.
BALTIMORE, February 8.-Cotton firm al 30 conta.
Flour very quiet and nominaL Wheat dull; Penn?
sylvania red Hal OJ. Corn fl-rn; receipts s aa all;
prime white 88a90; yeUow 37<i89. Oats trm; primo
75. Bye $1 65. Pork firm at 8^3. Shoulders 15.J? a
18. Lard quiet at 21.
CrKCETNA i February 8.-Flour dull; family, $7
25a7 CO. Corn du 1-at GlaG5e. Whiskoydull and
non inal at 94c. Mess pork ia speculative doma nd
and held at ?31. Bulk meats firmer; ?boulders, l&M
alS&c. Bacon bnoiant; shoulders, 15; clear rib
sides, T7&; char Mdes, 18}sc, oaly a Uttle out of
smoke; sugar-cured hams active at 19al9}?c.
.ST. LOUIS. Februarys.- ork activ?. ' ?33 53a34
Bulk meats active. Packed shoulders 13.U. Clear
sides 17};. Loose shoulders and hams, to arrive?
13}?. Bacon firm. City shouldors 14?;. Sugar
cured hams 18)4. Lani quiet. Irim? tierce nomi?
nal at 20 Kc
LOUISVILLE. February 8.-Me3s pork $38. Should?
ers 14}?. Bacon shoulders 15& Olear rib sides
18};. Clear side" 1S >,.
WILKIHOTON, February 8.-Spiiits of turpentino
active, with an upward tendency at Sa. Rosin aative
at $1 85a3 12 Tu pentine unchanged. Tar firm at
SI 65. Cotton quiet at 26U29 cents.
AUGUSTA, February 8.-Cotton easier. Sales 680
bales; receipts 540; middlings 28c.
8AVAifXAH. February 8.-Cotton opened with a
good inquiry, and olosei quiet but firm. Middling
29c; eales 1600 bales; leceipts 2327.
Mourut, February 8.-Cotton closed dull and eas?
ier; low middling 28c; receipts 2172; sales 700; ex?
NEW ORLEANS, February 8.-Cotton weak but not
lower; middling 29;sales 1300 bales; receipts since
Saturday ?540; experts 12P0. Gold 36. Sterling
4TJ?. New York sight % discount, bugar firm
common lOtfalOX; prime 12?;; yellewclarified 14};
al4?;. Molasses active-fair 61*65; prime 68a75.
Easton & Co.'s Cotton Keport.
[FOB THE WEES ENDING FEBRUARY 5, 1869.J
NEW YOBK. Februirv C.-THE MARKET-In onr
last report the marker closed steady at -?9o for mid
dime uplands. Un .-atur.iay the rcceii.m piovcd
mod- rate and the i xports v> ry light ; a private dis?
patch quoted the Livoijiool m..rket exc.ted. and ??d
higher, rxporters and specu atora bought freely,
and prices were *;c h Rhee ji.iudts attracted con?
siderable arteution, and 2717 h i s changeu bauds.
The eales re ched 1912baies. at29)?o. Monday
Ito absence Ol news irom E rope hiudered bas -
ness Piices-werc steady at 29};c, an rates amount?
ed to 34b2 bolos. Jues-day. ih- dvance in Liverpool
and report ot light recei.iis st e'agtbeucd %he market
A lai ge bu-in KS was done at ?;o advance ou mid?
dling and }ic on the lower grades Sales9228 bal s
at 29}ic. Wednesday, the market was active uud
higher. Thcio was a t;ood deni iud for ex; ort and
speculate n. but very little buying for spinning.
Prices advanced to ?0c for ut .land.-, at th.- c o.-e
Sales 10,409 bales. Thursday-the ac.ivitycoftiuued
and h gher prices wee paid, especial . lor tra. sit
oottona. ibo saies were C947 bales, at3'Tj;c Yes?
terday, tcero was somo disai pi in meut about the
small reduction m thc Livcrpi ol stock, and th: re was
not much done. There was no cha jge in prices, but
sales could not havo been effocto , except, at some
conce^ iou. Holders feeling strong, did not press.
Sales 3795 bales, at Su}; c.
On the wsek prices here show an advanca of 15?c
and Liverpool is aoout &'i higher. The smallness
of the receipts; the continued light exports both
from tiiis country and Bombay, have added to the
confidence o. holders, and convin.ed the most skep?
tical that prie, s could not well ; o dine.
In our rircu.ars ot tho 8th and 15tb January, wo
exprc ned ne opinion that planas: s w.-re holding
back to some extent Sine) then we have seen so
many sistemen ? to the contrary from different
parts of the sooth, that we a: c torced to bene? o, that
cotton bas beec forwarded to the pons as last as
possible. We repeat our lemarks printed in circu?
lar ot Ja: i ai' y let as gMng a a ore correct view of
"Our advices from thc Sou'h, incline us to be
Heve that very little cotton .baa been held back as
yet. The rivera and roads have been in good condi<
don and the prices saH?fa?tory. Those planters
who bavo wished to hold part of their crops, have
sent it to the ports and put it under high limits for
tho spring market. The risk of holding cotton on
the plantation, where it is difficult to effect insur?
ance, is great enough .to induce planters to send
their crop lu, even if they do not wish to part wim
all of lt"
We do not believe that there is any greater quan?
tity remaining in the country than at this time last
year. There hive beou received at the ports since
lat September 1,416,684 bale?, of which exporters
have Liken 706,738 bales, spinners 367,528, aod the
steeds have increased 341,418 bales. Excess over last
year in receipts now 68.788 bale*. Deficit in ship?
ments .oLiverpool new 124,389 bales.
BOMB?T ? H rPMENT?. -Th o causes of the small
shipments m January Jast year were reported to
have been the scar Hy of tonnage and the low
prices thei. ruling for Surat cotton (SJid). It was
bebe ved lu England that the present moderate
freight?and higher prices (9}?d) would draw much
larger shipments from India.
This expectation has not as yet been realized, as
we learn that the exports from Bombay to Groat
Britain in January wei e only 28.OOO bales, agaiust
64.153 bales in Jauua y last year. Pnces were >i<l
above the parity ol Liverpool, and cotton was coming
Sales for future delivnry have been as follows: For
February 50 middling at 29c; 100 low m ddling at
29)?c. February and Mar-h li* io at 28*?c. March
300 do at 28>?a28>?c; 20U do 29?ic; 250 do 29 ^'c.
March and Amil 250 do 29 Sic; 200 do 29)?c.
STATISTICAL POSITION -The stock in Liverpool is
257,000 bal s; afloat from India 115.000. and from
Amer.ca 105,ono. Stock in London 131.990; afloat
1 67,000. Stock in Havre 51,810; afloat 44.G33. Stock
in ports ip the ?nited states 383,012. stocks in the
interior towns, 73,101. Total 1.220,676 bales. In
lu 1863 the st? ok bi Liverpool was 340,000; afloat
frora India. 76,000. and from Amorica 190,000. ?tock
in London 103.209; afloat 27.060. Stock in Havre
41,066; afloat 29,916. Stock in ports of tho United
States 046,686. Stocks in Interior towns 85 162.
Total 1.238,039 bales. Deficiency in visible supply
17,463 bales. Estin ated stock held by Manchester
spinners, at the mills, 120.000 bates. Price of mid
ding Orleans now 12>?d, then 8,'.?d.
Upland k Mobile. Kew
Florida. Orleans. T'.xas.
Ordinary. - a27J? - a27?? - a28 - a28>?
dinary. -a28j? -028% - a29 - a29ii
dling... -a29}? - a29>? - o30 - aOOli
Middling -a30.?? -a30JX - a30% - a31
Pales of the week 41,784 bales, including 4899 to
spinners, 14.S12 to speculators, and 22,043 to export?
s toe*, s in the interior towns January 23.1869, 73,101
bales, against 85,162 bales same time last year.
Gross receipts at this port lor the week, 20,255
bales. Since September 1, 400,910 bales.
.Hurray, Ferris di Co.'s Naval Stove
NEW YORK, February C.-During tho week
spirits turpentine ba < been dull and declining, clos?
ing weak at SSaWjjC noninallv. In Ibo ab-encoof
any export or important local demand holders are
not quire eo sanguine as a week ago. Tuc sales
amount to 550 bbls at MJ?aS7J?C
Botan- Has -bar- cl thc general dullness in naval
stores, and strained common has declined to $245.
There hi* been some export bus'ness even at pre.
vail ng high rates Might. Ibo sales arc about 7000
bbls ut SJ 43J2 C? tor strain (I common; $2 05 for
Fjood strained; SJ 70 for No 2; S3J?a4>?' for Sol,
and WX?6)i for pale. Iteeciots. 12,129 bbls ; export-,
TAB-ls quiet and in very light demand, thc lato
remarkable advance in Wilmington having had no
effect flt hat over boro, ff? quote North cov.j;tv, $2
ioa3; Wilmington, SSJgaSJf. Receipt?, 529 bbk? cx
Jorw, 1J2 bbls.
COLUMFUs, February 5.-Corros-A dosi t.p.
iroxim ition shows that abt.ut 4000 bales of the stock
.-re, which is more than i?O? greater thau at the
orrcsponding date last season, ls held by speen lat?
us of Ibis region, that one-half of the remainder is
leavilv advanced on-some 60t0 f* ?0HQ I'Sjes are in
umbered. There is a better disposition to sdi, i-nci
ome shipping orders ?ni?i bftS! i'.iiad, 1 Lb sales
re much larger than nurina p'evious wooka. Hold
>rs aa a rule aro firm in awaiting higher figures,
ic: i ve demaud. chi; fl. lor higher trrades. lor tho
?st two days. About one-fifth of the stuck is North
rn roiddlings. Htcjipts havo fallen off several bun
Tho following aro thc reports of the warehouse*
or the week: Saturday, i^orthern middlings 20>?c,
ales 5-4 bales; Monday, 26K? <26>?c nominal, sales
6 bales; Tue-diy, 26!ia26^c. moderate demaud.
ales 64 bales; Wednesday, same figures, fair dc
aand. sales 246 bales; thursday, activo, 27u27>ic,
ales 499 baie-, lite market to-day closed rather
tull; s.lo- 2'.9 bales, 'ho opera ions have been
iriccipally local at tho following quotations:
Good ordinary. .- a26J,
I ow middlings.- a'i7
Good midd Inga.- a28
Warihouse sales for the week 1208 bales. Week's
eceipts 1520 bales against 2814 the correspondin?
ve k of last ?reason, aud 2035 thc previous week of
WEEKLY KT ATE IX Cy T.
(tock OP band September 1, 1868. . 280
*tecei?ed pa-1 week. 1,520
?hipped past woek. 810
?tock on hand February 5,18G9. 17,230
;ousi^iiccspcr Soutn Laiolina ltuilroart
1233 bales Cotton, 22 bales Domestics, 12 casks
3acon, 3 cars Block. To Ruilroad Agent. Brodie k
Zo, U W Williams & Co, Graosor, Le^, Smith it Co,
?e)zor, Rodgers k Co. Boeder k Bavls, ut H Walter
fc t'o, Dowling k Lo. A J Salinas. Frost & Adger, W
3 Williams, luowry k Co, J B E Sloan, Wardtaw k
Jarew, Ravenel & Co J Fewusou W U Courtney k
?o, W M Lawton, Kirkpatrick k Witte, Thurston k
Solmcs, W W smith,
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka. via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, kc-B F snelliug. W D Russel I. J
J Dunn, B J Vu-ushk Mr Carpenter, Ur Temp'e, J A
itiitht-r-i rd, C Ladd and wile, Mr Smiffin and wife,
Mrs Arnow, Mrs Ewart, Dr C W Horsey. Hon D L
ifulee and dauguter, Cupt-dn Dutch, J Cohen, Rev
Mr Gar. an, Rev Mr Emerson, B G Smith, N li Dav
mport, C Wituerbe, E If Goodwin, A N Todd, J A
Buger, A sal edo. Miss Jeuuingi. Miss Ruso, Mrs
Boee, WChristi*!. J Nevins, 4 Nix aud son, Mrs Johu
L Phi lips, and 17 ou deck.
P*r steamar Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
J u ltead. Misses Bead, Dr H M TucUcr, U Samson,
Miss Samson. U S Izird, W S Vaux alta Bell Lachl
cotio. Miss Mlscaily, Mrs Thema. E N Thornton, E
Hartley. Mies Mor.-e, Capt W J Stafford, and others.
Per steamer St Uelena.trom Edisto and liockvillo
Major Jenkins and lady, J King. W wanibau, Sidney
Weacoat, IBS Hart, Dr J Sosnawski, L Howe, and
27 ou deck.
Porr o? CiaUrleston. February ?.
rUASLS Ol' TILE MOON.
Last Quarter, 3-1, ll hours. 36 minute?, morning.
New Moon, Uth, 8 hours, 34 miuutes. morning.
First Quarter. 19ta, ll hours. 40 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 26tb, 6 hours. 41 minutes. inorunie.
RIS^S. I 8 ET
8 Monday_ CGI
9 Tuesday....j 6..50
10, Wednesday.! G..49
12 Friday.j 6..47
Sehr Sarah A Hammond, Wiley. Boston-12 days.
Mdse, 'i o W Koarh k Co, Railroad Agents, S R Mar?
shall, C braveley. J Heins, D ti Silcox, D Paul ? Co,
Hart k Co, 1 K Ripley, J E Adger & co, W P Hus
sell k Co, W T W hite. G W Williams k Co, Paul,
Welch k Brandes, lt White. M Drako. Mrs U L blast?
ings. E R Cowpertbwait. Hopkins, McPherson &
Co, N E Railroad Agent. Kev J W Lewis, lt chipotm,
J Campseu k o. E B Stoddard ar CA, Kline*. Wick
cnberg A: Cc. J Ferguson, E H MeUioir, Nicmau A;
B'-rger. M Luhre, J 1leuchard,J A Quackcnbu^h,
J H Graver k Co. Wageuer k Monsces. H Gerdts k
Co, Nashville Uailroad Co. O A Lee- e. 1? P Locke. A
Lauyer, Kinsman As Howell, G .> Hacker, aud Order.
ichr F ru iii bu, 8wuiu. Ne? Yura-7.nays. Md-e.
To 1 Tapper A; sous. H Bischoff & Co, G W William-?
& Co, Lanny k Alexander, U I'obia te Cu, Bo Imauu
Bros, lian ?i o, Cameron. Barkley k CO, H Daly. H
Gerdts ? Co, Julius!Oil, Clew- k co. J t> Keefe k Co,
H V Burkett. Ravenel & t o, W J Taten, Wagener A;
Mi-n-ic , Kiu-man \ Howell. C Lilieutbal, J C il
C.aussen, J A Quockcubusb. Jellords -v t'o. King A:
Gii-buu, U M ?iart u. J N Kobaoii. Ostc.idorff A: Co.
Wau io Mining and Mautttuctuiiug Cu. Exp.-rtcuced
heavy b w uti e.ti.i rus
vchr Fiurouce Nowo I. Fenniuiore, Wood'i Bole
Sda.'.s. Guano. To J N ltubsu .
bchrAielda Jc Laura Moluduo, Bai'acoa-12 days.
Fruit. Tu Bart k Winn.
Pear A S Deas, nom Weat Point MiU. 125 tierces
Rico, 'i o J U Pringle
Mcamcr Dictatur. Coxctter, Palatka via Jucksun
ville. Fernandina, ami .-avaunah. 31 balea Cotton, .'2
bags liuano, 196 bags Cotton So ti, kc. To J D
Aiken At Cu, U c Jackson, Mantoue & Co, Pmckney
Eros, al B Cook. T J Lockwood, J N RuLsou, J o
Kiehtou. U V Mauuiui.', Fraser A: Dill, G H Iiigraham
G tiou. J Miiruuck. G?Jlinia & Mott, Kirkpatrick ?
Witte, Stenhouse k Co.
Steamer Em ht , Davis, Georgetown, SC. l?t
tierces Rice. 1 halo Cotton, and Suudrtcs. Tu Sback
eiford k Kelly, Thurston it Holmes, J R Pringle, W
C Bee k Co, J F O'Neill A: Son, Uisley A: Craighton.
E Bull, H Klatte & Co, Mrs Hood, Terry k Nulen. J
?teamer St Helena, Ramley, Edisto and Rock
ville. 13 bales sea Islind Cotton, Mdse, and Sun
dries. To J H Murray, Fraser At 'dil, J Colcock A;
CO, Gaillard k auuot', S Howe, H Bischoff A: Co.
lieceived from chisoim's Mill-35 tierces Rice. To
Thurston k Uolmvs.
Received from Bennett's Mill-133 Uerces Rice. Tc
W C Bec k Co. G H Ingrccam & Son, Muller, Nim
il z k Co, J B E Sloan.
Sehr Sarah Oallen, Avie, Boston-Courtenay k Tren
Sehr Rab ort Caldwell, McCormick, New York-Wm
Reach A Co.
Sehr A tt Ireland, Townsend, Baltimore-Wm Roach
Sehr Minnie, Smith, Wilmington, N C.
From thi* Port.
Steamship Sea GulL Dutton, Biltimore, February
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York, Feb?
Sehr Clara, Muhord, at Philadelphia, February 5.
Sailed for this Port.
Ship R C Winthrop, Stewart, from Liverpool, Jan?
Bark David McNutt, McFJhenny, from Liverpool,
Shipncws by Telegraph.
GLASGOW, February 8-Arrived, Iowa from New
Ntw YOEE, February 8-Arrived, stoamshlD Gen?
WILMINGTON, February 8-Ai rived, steamship
Fairbanks from Sew York.
,1c achr John Griffin. Captain Fisher, loaded
with sugar and molasses, and bound fi om Sasua la
Grande to Philadelphia, experienced a heavy gale on
the 3d instant, Sb? was struck by a waterspout,
which carried away her ?udder, irons and wheel
SAVANNAH, February 8-Arrived yesterday, steam?
ship St Petersburg fron Leith, Scotland; sehr Ed?
ward (4 lade from Baltimore.
Arrived to day. steamship Hermann Livingston
from Now York; Tannie from Baltimore.
Cleared, steam yacht Cricket for New York.
The Fd I th. Wheeler, from Liverpool for Charles?
ton, sailed from Kingstown January 21.
The brig Ce?ilia, from Liverpool for Charleston,
sailed from Ki 'gstown January 21.
Paints, ?ils, gtr.
Meetiug and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
January 1 Gmo
OILS! OILS! OILS !
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CA91 KR?N, BARKLKY & CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6mo
BELTING HIELTLNGr !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 5
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKll
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-1C INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO IA INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1*
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAMKRO.V, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberlaad streets.
January 1 Gmo
500 BOXES IC lixSO GOOFING T?N
300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES TXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER. 8PEL
TER, ?Vc, ?c.
]X STOKE AND TO A It RIVE. ,
CAMERON, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting und Cumberland streets
January 1 _Gmo
SHE&T IRON ANO STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CAMBitOai,BARKLKY ow CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets
STEAM GU AG ES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GUAGES, GLASS GUAGE TUBES'
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BP. &5S WIRE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
January 1 _Gmo
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES. Ac, &c.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMURON, BAItKLMY ?i CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland s'rects.
January 1 61110
?IF FICE NO. 2 7,5 KING,
January 27 _3mo
J O II fl D. AL.KXAN1?KK,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 1G Broad-strcct.
RESPECTFULLY SOLlCITS^BdSlNESS IN AD.
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOuEt-,
cither in part or whole, kc, January 0
THE BES1 TONIC NOW IN USE.
RECOMMENDED RT TUE MEDICAL
LOSS OF APPETITE
AND ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISOR?
DERED STAIR OF THE STOMACH
HEG EM AN Si CO.,
A Rents In Kew York.
, MANUFACTURED Bi*
C. F. PANKNIN,
Chemist and Apothecary,
No. 13 3 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. C.
*3- For Bale by Druggists everywhere.
By single bottle.$1 00
By half dozen bottles..*. 5 CO
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANURE.
ORCHILLA GUANO E PERUVIAN GUANO 1
BHODES' MANURE, IN H'S PREPARATION, IS MADE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOB FORCING LARGE
crops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, PotaUes and otbor Root Crops.
Tho Manufacturing Department is conducted by Frederick Klett, one of the most skillful Chemists and
Manufacturers in the United States.
lt ie endonad, approved and recommended by all of the most prominent Chemists and Agriculturists ia
the Southern States. "It can bc relied upon a* uniform in quuity." always relliolo, productive of large
crops, and unexcelled by anyiu tba market, in the high parceutage of "True Fertilizing Principios."
Price $57 60 cash, or $65 time, wiln ?''actor's acceptance, and seven per cent, interest until 1st December,
URCHILLA GUANO-"AA," a true Bird Guano, rich in Phosphates and Alkaline Salts. Price $35
cash, $40 time.
PERUVIAN GUANO-Warran* pore and alw-iye on hand. Furnished at mirket prices for
B. S. RHETT & SON,
Agents, Charleston, S. C.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK
Organized iu 1859.
All Policies nOB-Forf?Hable.
Hali JLoan Taken. . No Notes Reqiiired.
LAST CASE DIVIDEND 50 (FIFi?) PER CENT.
Policies in force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. QAHAQAN, Secretary.
L. McADAU, Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm Harper & Bros.,
ox-Mayor New York.
JOHN J. COANE, President Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOKED. Wall-street.
WM. M. Y ET. HILVE, Banker (Vermily* & Co.)
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. GEORGE OPDYKE, cx-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOKOAN, Banker.
THOMAS BIONEY, Firm Thomas Rigney & Co.
BENJ. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
AARON ARNOLD, Firm ol Arnold, Constablo & Co.
RICHAED H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowno, Law
E. V. HAUGHWO?T, Firm E. V. Haughwoul &
WM. WILKENS, Firm W. Wilkens & Co.
JuLiCd H. PitATT, Merchant.
Wai. W. WEIGHT, Moroliant.
CHAS. J. STARR, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. ?.
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire In?
JOHN H. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner 5th Avenue and
EDWARD H. WniOHr, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Asent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. REENSTJEKNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
January 12 Gmo DAG office So. 2\r> Kln?-stroct, cn irle-Uon, S.e.
WM. UVE. BIH/D & CO.,
IMPORTERS, MANUFaYCTURERS A M> DEALERS IV
WHITE LEAD, ZINC PUK, COMBS, Mi?.
ipaiat Brushes, Window Glass, Oils of all Jiinds.
PROPR1DTORS OF THE FAVORITE BRAND OF
BRILLIANT i'ETROLEUM OR KEROSENE OIL; ARTISTS'AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS.
[AGENTS FOR HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES
MARVIN'S FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF S A F BIS .
No. ?'J3 EAST BAY-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
January 4 DAC 3mo
No. 1 PERU VIAN.
SARDT'S "SOLUBLE PHOSPHO-PEECVIAN."
S A RD Y'S "AMMONIA TEL SOLUBLE PACIFIC,"
HIGH ES"! G HADES PURE PHOSPHA
TIC GUANOS V\L> GKULWD
THE USE OF THE ABOVE SOLUBLE PSOSPHO
PERUVIANaod Ammoniated Soluble Pacific
Guanos 1B particular]}' recommended, boing com?
pounds of tt>o riebest Pacific Phospbatic Guano,
rendered soluble; the former containing twenty per
cent of Peruvian Guano, and tho latter highly am
mon luted with animal matter-maid ag the most
concentrated and profitable fertilizers m uso for cot?
ton, corn, wheat and t ob?ceo.
For solo lu ba? s and barrels, in quantics to snit.
Testimonials from those whi have used tho above
will be turni- ed on application.
Git A ESE lt, LEE, SMITH & CU.,
Guucral Agents at Charleston.
"Feed yonr Land and lt will Feed Ton."
December 24 Die lhstu4mo
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
rpiIIS GUANO DIPPERS FBOM PERUVIAN
.JL Guano simply iu 'he relative proportions ot
the same eli menta of fertility.
Its use duriug thc past lour years for the culturo
of colton and 'urn has given to lt a character fur
standard excellence imam passed by geuuino Peru?
vian Guano, mid where seasous of drought inter
rene, n produces a large Incroa-o of crops.
Tho piicc ut wince this Guano ii placed ls so
murh bc'uw that of Peruvian Guauo, as to cou-tin: te
it an objoct ol material importance to s ou Un. rn
Tho large cv ital and resources of t!io Compiny
enable it to furnish a Guauo of the highu t value at
tho lowest possible cost to consumer- aud tho
higbcsi Interest of tho company is recognized in
1 he Company loelia to large sales, sinai profit-*
and a permacu.it trade for compeusatiun ou capital
br. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, of Sou-h Caro?
lina, is Scientific Director to tho Company,
which affords a sure guarantee of Ibo continued ex?
cellence of the Guano. Nunc genuine uulc-s brand?
ed with tho name ol JOHN S. KEU.-E At CO., Gene?
ral Agents of tho PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
For terms und modo of applicaiion. upply to
J. N. lt OK >( ? % , .
A gent for thc State ol' south Carolina,
Nos. 1 nud 2 Atlantic Wharf.
December 19 JUC stuth3mo
GOLD UEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEI*
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STTEFF FOB
TUE BE yr PIAMOS NOW L?ADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, FDILADEL
PH?A AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WAF.ERGOM. No. 7 N. LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE B*L IIMORE-STRiEl',
SHEFF'S PIANO* BAYE ALL THE LATE?''
improvement, including tko Agrafio tru'o.'e, ivor'
trouts, and tho improved Trench Action, nilly war
ranted tor live years, with privil?ge of cxcliausi
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory f
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos om) Parlor Cu
gaua always on hand from $50 to Sdi! J.
UEFEEKER WHO HAVE O?B PIAS0S IS CSS!
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Ya.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C.
Geuoral D. H. Hill, charlotte, N. C.
Governor John Letcbcr, Lexington, Va.
Messrs, R. Burw'eil A: hons, Charlotte, N. C., Fe?
C. B. Riudick, Female College, Kittrell's Spring.-,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max Stralroocb, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson & Sous, sumter, S. C.
Charles .tpeuccr, Charleston. S. 0.
Send for a circular. Terms liberal.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. HEREBY CAUTION
Manmlacturcrs, vender?, or usera, irena tn
friiglng upon our Patcut claims, upon the RICE
PLANTER, as we sb di enforce tho penalties of
tho law against a 1 offenders.
WAGONER A MATTHEWFS.
February C stutbs
PER STEAMER CIMBRIA.
VEGETABLE AND FLOWER SEEDS, BULBOUS
ROOTS, ftc, viz: Early aod Larzo'Yoilc fab
b J ge, Early and Late Drumhead. Party and Late Bat?
tersea, Early a?d Late Fiat Dutcu, Lorly May, Early
Sugar Loaf, karly Ox Heart and Green G ?azo Cab?
bages, Drumhead and Green Hurled Savoys, Brown
and Green Curled Kale. Cauliflower, Broealli, Rad*
ish, Turnips, Bee'*. Carrots, Spinach, Onion Seed,
Parsnips, Pirsley, Leeks, Lettuce, Thyme, ?ago, Ac,
Ac., Red and White Planting Onions.
: FINE MIXED GEBANIANS, 50 cents per paper;
i Large Pansy or Hea tsease, Largo Double I'arna
I tiou*, Picotee and Pheasant's Eye Pinks, Mixed Ver
i bena, Double Blood-red Wallflower. Double Dahlia,
Double Gillifljwers, Double IMaams. 25 cents per,
j paper; Scarlet, White and Purple Candltufts, Double
! elana Muka. Giiea Tricolor Double Hollyoclu,
( lark.a Palchella, Larkspurs, Sweet William. Cot**
opsls. Poppies, MUcd Nomophilla Snap Dragon,
Canterbury Dells, Coxcomb, Sweet Mignonette,
Sweet Alvssum, Princess Feather, China and Ger
n'an Asters. Primrose Zcnnia, Petunia. Portulaca,
I Phlcx Drummondi, Ked Valerian, Running V.uon,
kc, kc, 10 c ate per paper; fine strong and vigo
I rous Strawberry Punts, a choice collection of lea
I Rosea, Double Dahlias, all colors.
(.n assortment of HO?-EKFEP1NG ARTICLES,
Agricultural and Horticultural Implements.
For Hale by JOH S THOMS N ? CU.,
No. 2-8 King-street,
January 10 slmthl2 Charleston, S. C.
DODGE'S PERFECT PLOUGH.
S. R. 'MA RSHAI^E,
ALSO, ON HAND A VARIETY OF 07HER ?g.
At Wholesale and Retail.
No. 310 Kl??-street. Charleston S. C..
Sign of tho "Dig Gun."
January ll mtullilmo
Improved ?ice-s?wiug Machine.
PATENTED AUGUST ll, 1808.
THIS IMPORTANT LABOR-SAVINGUACBTNE,
tpeciai.'y adaptrd to die lii-e Planting inorwt,
la now onere to the-u liter hav.ng ocen fully tcsi
? d bv many expoiiunced plant?is, aud giving entire
tatisfseiion wherever they have been ."airly tried.
(<co ccrt.ticafi.? a my office.)
Planters fhou.dtiot tail u secure the advartages
of this Machins, as it saves laborad seed, and does
both trenching and sowing in tho most perf cet man?
ner, insuring a fine ?tand tu ali cases.
William S. Henepev.
IMACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
No. 314 MEETING-STREET j CHARLES?
TON, S. C.
February 2 tnthslmo
KO SAD ALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Kverywherc,
July 28 Die Ijr
PAT SN T
Akim & Dry Plaster
Are moat desirable for quality,
finish and price, y
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a Catalogne to
MARVIN & CO.
(oldest safe manufacturers)
Princioal (805 Broadw&y, New York.
W3L i 721 Chestnut St., Phila.
Warehouses }mBtLnk gt, Cleveland,?
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CH A t? L K.Vl'O.V
December 29 lyr
?ORTHEASTKIM RAILROAD COP
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. I
CHARLESTON, S C.. January 25,1880. J
FROU ANS A if 1ER THE FIK->T FEBRUARY '
ensuing the eharje for Frelg it on Gnano and
otber Fertilizara, froai Charleston to any station on
the . hemw and Darlington Railroad, will be reduced
to TWENTY CEN XS FER ON E HUND ii ED POUNDS.
S. S. SALOMONS.
January 27 12 Superintendent.
SOUTH CAKUL1NA KA1LUOAJJ.
GENERAL fcUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON. 8. C., March 24,18?8. I
ON AND AFTER RUiBAY, MARCH 29TH, THU
PASSENGER TRAINS of tho South Caroltni
Railroad wUl run as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.36 A. M.
Arrive at augusta.3.30 P. U.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery. Memphis,
NaahviUo and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Grand Junction. .
Leave Charleston.6.S0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.60 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and
Leave Augusta.6.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.G 00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
AUUUSTA NI?HI EXPRESS ?
I SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) g?
Leave Charleston.7.30 o'Af..
Arrive at Aujru-u.6.15 A. ii.
Connecting with tiulns for Memphis, Nashville
and Lew Orleans, v!u Groud Junction.
leave Augusta.4.10P. M.
Arrive at Charleston..^00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.5.40 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 A. M.
Connecting(.-uudays excepted) with Greenville and
Leavo Columbia.?..6.30 P. M.
Arrive a: Charleston..'.'?. A. M.
Si MMEDVII TM ?HAIN.
Leave Charleston.*...". 4t P. M.
Arnvo at Summerville. 5.10 P. U.
Leave Summerville.,.7.-0 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A. M
On Mmtfegt, Wcantsdaus end Saturdays.
Leave EiugvUh.I.2.2UP. M.
Arri eat Camden.5.00P.M.
Leave Camdeu.5.10 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.'-*0 A. M.
(Signed) U. T. PEAKE,
April 20 Gnu-ral Mipenntendont
ATLANTIC ANO GC Lil'' lt .11 Ult? AD.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
ATLANTIC AND GULF ftALLROAD, J
SAVANNAH, OCT OBEU 28,1868. )
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1,
TBA INS UN THIS ROAD will runas follows,
commencing with 7 P. M. Train:
NIGHT EXP BEES TBABt.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 P H
Arrive at Live Oak at.3 20 A M
Arrive at Jacksonville at.7 30 A M
Leave Jacksonville (Sundays excepted) at....7 15 PM
Leave Live oak at.ll 41 P M
Arrive at Savannah mondays excepted) at. ..8 Od-A x
DAT TBA nt.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 A M
Arrive at Bainbridge al.10 20 p M
Arnvo itt Live Oak at.5 38 p M
Arrive ot Jackso..vi le ut.1 30 A M
Arrive at Tallahassee at.12 57 A M
Arrive at Qaincv ut.3 15 A M
Leave Baiubridgo ( -uudays cxetptcd) at.7 00 p M
Leav.- QuiBCy at.8 27 A M
Leave 'I albihasseu at.10 45 A M
Leave Jacksonville at.10 18 A ll
Leave Live Oak at.7 20 A X
Arrive at r-avannah (Sundays excoptod) at.. .6 00 p u
Passengers to >tations WO?I o? Lawton and Live
Oak take Day Train fr..m Savannah.
Passenger* fr m UaJubiii ge connect at Lawton
with ! xpross '1 rain for fctivatinah st 2 00 A M.
passeneoiv from ? aUfthassco by Day Crain connect
at Live O .k with Express Tiain lor Savannah at ll 40
Sleeping Cars on Exprpfc Trains.
No change between Jacksonville and Savannah on
Express I rain.
Meamers leavo Et Msrs* for New Orleans, Apa
lachiolu and Pensacola e7cry Friday.
I eave St Marks for Havana. Key West, Cedar lie ye
and T ami a every Wrdue?day.
Stearne s leave nelsonville for Palatka, Enter?
prise and all poiu's cu thc ht John's River every
Sunday and Wednesday at 9 00 A. M.
H. 8. BAINES.
November 2 Imo General Superintendent.
JT^ K . V Ult D li AY ?i CO.,
SASH, BLIND AND DOOR MANUFACTURERS
iVo. 2 PRITCH?ED-STREET,
(OPPOSITE TATXOP.'S MACHINE SHOP).
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, ALWAYS
on hand. Odd Sizes made at the shortest notice,
and at the lowe?t terms. -
L. E. CORDRAY.C. TROUCBfi
January 5 tuttis?xno