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THE BAILY NEWS.
The Fairest .Always the Unrest.
Thus it is all o .-ex the earth !
That which we call the retreat.
And prise for ita surpassing worth,
Is always rarest.
Iron ia heaped in mountain piles,
And gluts the laggard forges;
Bot gold flakes gleam In dim denles_
And lonely gorges.
The snowy marble flecks the land
With heaped and rounded ledges,
But diamonds bide beneath the Band
Their starry edges.
God gives no value unto men
Unmatched by need ot labor;
And cost ol worth has ever been
The closest neighbor.
Were every hill a precious mine,
And solden all the mountains;
'Were all the rivers fed with wine
By tireless fountains :
Ufo would be ravished of its zest,
And ah >rn of its ambition.
And sink into the dreamless rest
GOSSZP FROM ARROAZ*.
-One of Baron James Rothschild's last
"business operations is said to have been to re?
duce the salarieB of most of his employees, on
the pretext of the very stringent money mar?
-Core Pearl paid the chemist who dyed her
hair five thousand francs. It used to be light
yellow, and ie now of that color which the Par?
isians caU "ox-tail," very red, but with a singu?
lar golden lustre. The dyeing process lasted
-Upward of seventy newspaper correspon?
dents, from all parts of Europe, hate assem?
bled in Madrid, and the telegraph hues be?
tween Madrid and the other European capitcds
are doing about twenty tomes as much busi?
ness as formerly.
-M. Zadoc Kobn, recently invested with the
dignity of Grand Rabbi, at the Synagogue Rue
Notre Dame do Nazareth, Paris, is bat thirty
years old, and is said to be tue youngest Grand
Rabbi elected since thc days of Jeremiah the
-The Empress Eugenie . said to have a
very cordial hatred f jr Prince Napoleon. She
looks upon him as her rival in the regency
in case of the Emperor's death, and is Bald
to have been in ill humor all thc day she heard
that the Prince, who nad been very ill, was ont
-The servants of favorite actresses and
cantatrices in Paris clo quite a lucrative business
in selling the bouquets which their mistresses
receiro at the hands of their enthusiastic
admirers to the flower girls, who sell them
again, in the streets and at tho public ball?
-The English War Department have thrown
aside the Armstrong gun altogether, after ex?
pending untold millions and knighting the in?
ventor. The thing is a failure. The British
War Office has issued au order intimating its
purpose to withdraw all tho breech-loading
rifled guns and substituting muzzle-loaders.
-The Montpensiers, Duke, Duchess and six
of their children, are enjoying themselves en
JamVie at Lisbon quite as mach as if there had
been no revolution. They riso at -seven and
retire by midnight, sometimes giving quiet
little parties where the Duchess and her
daughter- sing, and all play games and dance.
-An Euglish paper professes to have kept a
record of those who have abandoned the
Church of England for the Church of Rome
during tho past year. It makes the number
between two thousand one hundred and two
thousand two hundred, including nineteen
clergymen, seven or eight university gradu?
ates and two peers.
-The Turkish ladies at Constantinople aro
becoming more and more civilized iu their j
dress. Although they still wear the uncouth,
shapeless oater cloak and closo white veil
when ia the street, they have the European
dress often auder the cloak, and make the veil
of euch thin and transparent gauze as to-show
to the utmost advantage thc features they pre?
tend to conceal.
-The French Academy has determined to
publish a new dictionary, which will bear tho
name of Dictionnaire Usuel de l'Acad?mie, and
is to be completed in four years. Tho proof-;
of the letter A are now in process of correc?
tion, and letter B is in the,bands of tho com?
positors. This stupendous work, which is to
contain all the new works invented by scien?
tific mea for the exigencies of modern dis?
covery, is to be published by Firmin-Didot.
-The Emperor Napoleon used to receive
avery div from the publisher of the old Moni?
teur three copies ol the paper splendidly printed
on vellum. The new Journal Officiel sends
also three copies to the Emperor, only they
are like anybody else's, on common paper. The
first day it came ia that vulgar shape Napo?
leon the Third said nothing, bat twisted his
moustache-this being the greatest sign of as?
tonishment in the ruler of France.
-The tea duty, it ia reported, will be entire?
ly removed in England by the Chancellor of
the Exchequer, Hr. Lowe. It is stated that
when the first reduction of tho customs duty
on tea was made, the result was a considerable
increase of the cotton trade with China. Trade
is slack m the manufacturing districts, audit
is thought by air. Lowe that tho removal of
the whole of the tea duty will relieve them.
The more tea consumed in England the more
cotton goods the Chinese will require.
-A carious lawsuit is on tbe tapis in Eng?
land. A Liverpool merchant, sudden ly called
to New York on urgent business, took ? cab to
the steamer, and in his haste forgot to pay the
driver. On his return, three months after?
ward, ho lound th? cabman and cab just where
he had left them, sheltered by a little wooden
shed, and was met by a bill for coach fare for
one thousand and eighty hoars by day and one
thousand and eighty boors by night. Tba
case is still going on.
-The do3t from the macadamized streets of
Paris, it is stated, yield au income of $2000
per annum to an ingenious individual of that
city. He collects the mud from the streets
which near the houses in course of construc?
tion contain so much stone-dust, he then
places it iu largo tubs, passes tbe deposit
through seives, allows it to form a concieie,
which he thea forms into the long yellow
bricks for knife-cleaning. Tho material costs
nothing, the labor is insignificant, but the
bricks sell for twonty cents each.
-General Baron d'Azomar, ot tho French
army, says that "in all iha wars of tho first
Empire only two actions were fought in which
' the troops actually met at tho bayonet's punt;
one was in 1805 at Amstetton, when Gudinoi's
grenadiers attacked the grenadiers of the Ru: -
gian rear Kuard, and the bayonet engagemont
lasted several minutes. Tho second instance
was given at Lotzen, in 1813, by tbe twenty
fifth regiment of the line, which, piqued that
the Emperor seemed to doubt its prowess,
fought the whole day with the bayonet with?
out barning a cartridge.
-M. Pr?vost Parado!, who is a bitter anti
Bonaparust, bad a fanny adventure the other
day. He is very fond of riding horseback,
"bat having oo sinesuxe," as the Diable a
Quatre maliciously remarks, he is obliged to
hire his horses at a stable. On tho occasion
referred to he met m the Champs Elysees Na
Soleon HT, wbo was airing himself,* '-escorted
y the love of his subjects and a troop of
horse." The horse of the young academician
bcd served in tho company following tho Em?
peror, recognized his comrades wheeled about
jn spile of the efforts? of M. Provost Parado! to
grevett him, and joiued the escort to thc cha?
grin of the horseman and tho great aniua.'
ment ortho imperial officers.
-Jeff. Davis' appearance at tho restaurant
in the Freres Proven?aux ia Paris, on thc 5th
of January, created a great sensation. The
attention which he attracted scenic l to bc dis?
agreeable to him, for lio did not finish his cup
of coffre, but left he room very abruptly.
Very few cf tho Sec ern rc-eidcnts of Paris, it
is said, took any ii?iic of his arrival in that
city, 'ibo sena -officiai papers flattered him
assiduously. The Pairie culled him "His Ex?
cellency President Davis," bot was ordered to
addrtfcB him only aa "M. Jefferson Davis." His
arrival in Paris exposed the fraud committed
by seveial extensive dealers in card photo?
graphs, who sold as pt.rir.iitd ol Jeff. Davis
photographs of several obscure Southern poli?
ticians, which they had received from Mew
-A case has been brought before tho courts
at Edinburgh, which is worth recordiug. Last
April five lads of Greenock, throe of them mero
children, thoughtlessly stowed themtelveaou
board ot the Airan, a ship bound for Quebec,
and did not reveal themselves until out at Bea.
The just displeasure of the captain and mate
indicated itself in the infliction ol a variety of
tortores opon them, sachas whipping, sousing
in water, starving and compelling them to
stand naked ou the forecastle iu arctic cold.
ID May tho Arran became las tened in the ice,
some fifteen miles off the Newiound'and coast,
and, although provisions were in abundance,
tte boys were put out of thc ship upon the icc.
Throe got so far on that they wero Been from
tho snore and were rescued; tho other two,
eleven and twelve years old, half-naked and
shoeless, perished, ono falling into the water
and the ice closing over him j ast after starting.
The other, the youngest of the fivo, walked
several honra until, with feet cut aed legs
swollen, he sa 'k down on tho ice-wasto to die;
tbe survivors say he could only sob as they left
him, and that they ''beard him greetin' a long
way off;" and so he perished in sight of tba
vessel. Upon trial, the Edinburgh jury found
that the captain had a reputation for humanity
and gentleness-which, indeed, had heired en?
courage the poor boys to their wretched ven?
ture-and so to their verdict of culpable homi?
cide they added a recommendation to mercy,
and Lord Justice Clerk sente need the oaptain,
who had vainly tried to establish that he ex?
pected the boys would return to the ship, to
eighteen months' imprisonment. There is no
explanation possible for such a verdict except
a rooted conviction that masters of merchant
vessels must not be judged and held accounta?
ble like other men.
SouTtfEBX STOCKS rx NEW YOEE.-Tho Her?
ald, of Sunday, has thc following report for the
previ as day ": Southern securities wero dull,
with a change in North Carolinas, based on
further legislation looking to tho payment of
tbo interest so lons oveidue. Prices closed :
Goorgia sixes 81a83A; Georgia sevens 92$a92$;
North Carolina, ex coupon, 6??ia6M; Nortb Ca?
rolina, new, 62?aC3; Missouri sixes 864a8Gi;
Louisiana sixes 72a73; Louisiana sixes, levee,
07aGS; Louisiana eights, levee, 85a86; Alabama
eights 93a93?; Alabama fives, G5aC7; Alabama
sixes, sterling. 78a82; South Carolina sixes 73a
74; South Carolina, new, 70a71A; South Carolina
regular stock, GOaG-5; City of Memphis sixes. 53
a54; City ot Atlanta eights 80a85; City of Sa?
vannah sevens 89a91; City of New Orleans con?
sols 79a81; City of New Orleaus, railroad issue,
74a75; Mobile and Ohio Sterine G2a64; Mobile
and Ohio eights ola53; Mississippi Central Rail?
road, first mortgage, (3Sa70; Mississippi Central
Railroad, second mortgage, 50a53; Memphis
and Charleston, first mortgage, 79a90; Mem?
phis and Charleston, second mortgage, 75a76;
Memphis and Charleston sto^k 49a50; Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad, guaranteed, 57a
NEW YORK-Per stcamshiD .Tames Adner-ll bags
Sea Island Cotton, 1165 bales Upland Cotton, lu5
tierces Rice, ii bales Yam, C7 partages Sundries.
Charleston Cotton and Kico .Harket.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTUN DAILY NKWis.l
CHARLESTON. Tuesday Evening. Feb. 9, 'C9. )
COTTON.-Thero was a fairly coritinuod demand
for this article, buyers trying to opente at some?
what easier rates, and sonic sales were made at
slight concessions, but the market genernUy remain?
ed without important alteration, closing with a ?rm
er feeling in consequence of better telegrams; sates
about COO bales, viz: 9 at 25%; 20 at 27%; 51 at 27%:
21 at 27%; Ol at 27%; 25ai 28; 273 at 28%; 42 at 28?; ;
45 at 28% ; 3 at 28 % ; 9 ot 29. We quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.27%?28%
Low middling.28 ??@
By New York classification we quoto :
Low middling.28 ???29
BICE.-Tho difference iii the views of buyers and
Boilers kept the article quiet: sales about C3 tierces
of clean Carolina at 9c. Q lb. We quote common to
dir cleon Carolina at 8%@8% ; good 8%@9%.
Marice ts by Telccrrapn.
LONDON, February 9-Noon.-Consols 93%. Bonis
76% Turpentine 34?. Tallow 40s.
LrvEnpooL. February 9-Noon.-Cotton duR and
unchanged. Uplands 12%al2%d. Orleans I2.?.a
12%d. Sales 10,000 bales. Bombay shipments to
the Cth instant, 18,000 bales. Brcadsluffs quiet
Turpentine 32& 6d.
Two P. M-Cotton firmer, tell not higher. Pork fiat
and nominal. Bacon 59s. Laru 77s Cd. Later Man?
chester advices less lavorablc, which causes dull,
ness. Old corn 33s. New 30s 3d.
Evening.-Cotton firmer but not higher; more ac?
tive; sales 12,000 boles. -
NEW YottK. Febru.ry 9-Noon.-Stocks Juli and
unsettled. Governments very strong. Monoy
Sterling 9%. Gold 35. Sixty-two s, 13>i. Cotton
t m at 30 ??c.
Evening.-Cotton firm-roles ?000 bales at 39%.'|
Flour rather more active, without change. Wneat
moderately active, pi ices unchanged. Corn a shade
firmer. Pork closed heavy-new $33 50. Lard
firm. Freights quiet. Money very easy at 5a7 per
cent Gold 35. Sterling 9%a9%. Southern securi?
ties quiet. Tennessee, nex, 66%. North Carolina,
new, 61%; Virginias 56; Louisiana levee bonds 07%;
Goorgia sevens 93. Stocks clo; ed generally improv?
ed but unsettled. Gcft-ernment? closed strong. '62's
BiLiuoaE. February 9.-Cotton quiet at 30 c.s.
Flour nominal. Wheat dull, receipts small; primo
Pennsylvania $1 filial85. Corn firm; white $5a90;
yellow 8Ca83. Oats and rye firm. Pork S33 5Ca3L
Bacon 15%alG. Lard 21.
CrsciNNATT, February 9.-Flour duR. Corn fTttH,
in tho ear, 64; shelled 66. Whiskey dull, 93-no de?
mand. Pork firmer at $33%, 34 asked. Lard 21
demand limited. Bacon quiet-shoulders 15ol5%;
clear sides 18%; sugar*cured hams 19al9%.
ST. LOUIS, February 9.-Pork firm atS33%a31.
Bulk meats very firm y- good demand-shoulders
13%al4; rib sides 1?. '
LOUISVILLE, February 9.- Moss pork 34; shoulders
15al5%; clear nb 18%; clear sides 13%. Whiskey
WILMINGTON, N. C., February 9.- Turpentine
steady at $2 25a2 50. lar steady, $2 C0a2 63. Others
AuousrA, Fobruary 9.-Cotton firmer; sales 745
bales. Receipts 574. Middling 28%.
SAVANNAH. February 9.-Cotton opened quiet and
closed brm; sales 900 balo?; middling 29. Receipts
2002. Exports 925.
MOBILE, February 9.-Cotton in moderato demand
and clo-ed quiet Soles 500 bales. Low middling
28. Bcoeipts 1575. Exports none.
NEW ORLEANS, February 9.-Colton easier. Mid
dims 2S%ot29. Pal?s 2200 bales. Receipts 3180.
Exports 29. Gold 35%. Sterling 47. New York
sight % discouur. Su-ar ia good denian 1. Com?
mon 10%al0%. Prima 12%. Yellow clarified 14%a
11%. .Molasses act.ve. Fair 64a6G. Prime 63a6?.
Interior Cotton Clarinets.
MACON, February C-J he market opened quiet
tins aoruiog, and its cbaiactcr was ti: m througnout
the day. Tho sales w. re heavier than usual We
quote middlings a: 27%><27%c. Receipts tor to-day,
91 boles; shipments. 544 baie?: sales,969 bales.
COLUMBUS February G.--Northern middlings
27%c. Warehouse sales 111 bales. Receipts, 44
hue.-; shipments, 26 Dales.
SELMA, February 3.-Sales, 100 bales. Market
closing at 27% to 2Sc.
Consignee*per South carolina Itaiiroatt
723 t oles Cotton, 7-1 baics Domestics, "SO bushels
Gi oin, 4 ears Lumber. To Railroad Agent, E J VViss,
W C Courtney A: Co, J B E sloan, frost k Adger, J
D Aiken ,v Co, Thursiou A: Holmes, Pinckncy Bros,
W W i-mitb, G H Waller ii Co. Pclzer, Rodgci B A; Co,
WB Williams, G W W-Piams k Co, llrodie J: Co, Co?
hen, Hanckei i: Co, Willis A ClrLolni. Reeder k Da?
vis, Fraser & Dill. Wardlaw A; Carew, ateuhou?i k
Co, Mordecai Sc Co, Tideman A: Co, B X \S alker.
Consignees per Northeastern llailroad
112 bales Cotton, 120 bbls Tar, J0Obushell; Rough
BiiO. Mdhe, fcc. lo Reeder k Davi>. J B u'Neili, J
Marshall, Jr, hopkins, McPhersou& Co. b' D Monty,
G W Lee. D 0 Lbau^h, M Drake, Klinck, Wicken
berg & Co. E Bales x Co. J E Auger A; Co, Alazycks
A salier*, JBU r-lcan. - Scarborough, Vi M Bird A:
po. Frost & Adger. J W Harnett. J H Hu;] & Co, J A
Qiiackcubuib, bhaefcelford A: Kully, A ac?irmer. ? W
>S'illiiO3 fit Co, Bavcuei A: Co. J F O'Neill, J i Kaua
paux, Mowry k Co, nf K Byan, J K Pringle, Clag
horo. Ht-riiug A- Co, Keii?ali k Dodcery, 0 M Ca.U
wcl! & Son, M <. o ds.nilh Jfc Sous, F W Linau ucl, ll
B;-.c. elf t . o, BaBriMd Agent auu Order.
Per steamship James Adger, for New York-E
M Goodwin, C li buist, ? Fur. J cos, D Landy, L
Speers. J C Dunu, J S Clapp. B S Nelson, J eur.. -, J
Douuelly, J C Martm, J C Higgins, J A Rutherford,
B Dowuey, Mrs Aureuud. C McMaon, J A Todd. J A
Fisher, 1? SniliTau, I J Conkey, P Malouee, W Don?
nelly, a XIcBeo.
Per steamship Champion, from New York-Mrs
Nicholl aid turee childreo, miss U Nichol], Mrs Capt
Brighton and sou, C b Ponton, Miss Ruth H Driver.
W Burgess, Mrs Garfenken, three children and
nurse, r Bro vn, c Leon, & Rodrigues, F Gil Gardo,
W P Carrington, W Paudson, J B htrom, S H Mead,
Jr, Airs Meau. Mrs Do?e. K A Weed, K R Danen, C
G.rden, C J Bagan and lady, ? HaseU, and ll in
Per steamer Pilot Boy, Savannah via Beaufort,
Hilton Head und Blufftou-J E Gibbs, W E Eagle, J
H .->udu>, W b .-outb^ate, A MoKlroy, F J .s Beete, Mr
and Mrs C Arno.d. Mrs C A Ly rain. H Do.kwiih. G
F i ru?, Mrs Apple. C Mitchell, B F Collins, Miss
Mourn, Miss Johnson, Mrs Harrison, Mrs Washing?
ton, B Chisohn, aud H on deck.
.fort ol Charleston. February IO
PHASES OF THE MOOS.
Last Quarter, 3d, ll hoars, 36 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 11th, 8 hourn, 31 minutes, morning.
First Qnarter, 19tu. ll hours. 4G minutes, morning.
b'uH Hoon. 2Cth, G hours, 14 minutes, morning.
mses. I SETS.
8,Monday....j 6. .51 ! 5..88
9ITucsdav....i G..0? '. 5..38
lOrWeduefday.l G..49 \ G..39
ll|Thn-.day... ti..48 ? 5..40
lSIFrTi av.....) G..47 ! 5..41
13|Sa:ard.iv...| G..4G I 5..42
14.ISun.lav.. G. 45 ' 5..43
A i-> iv cd Yesterday.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-left
Satutday F M. Mdze. To James Adger & Co, J
E Adger & Co, J D Aiken ft Co, C D Ahrens k Ca, D
A Ammo, Adams, Damon & Co. J Applo. T M Bris?
toll, Brc-rn ft Ever. H D Burkett, B Boyd, H Bis?
choff k v.0, J U Boesch. C D Bribe k Co, E Bates &
Co. G H Brown, T W Bliss JC Burckmyer. Bnllmann
Bros, W S Corwin k Co, Cartmill, Hurbcson t Co. K
& A ? Caldwell, H Cobia k Co. Cameron, Barkley ft
Co, T M Cater, Charleston ?Hotel, Crane, Boylston k
Co. T D Clancy k Co, .T Commins. - Courtenay, J A
Cook k Co. L Chapin, H Daly, M Drake. Dowie ft
Aloise, Douglas ft Miller, Duval ft Son, W F Paddon,
F Erne'niau, D F Fleming ft Co. Forsvth, McComb
ft Co, J Ferguson, Furchgott ft Bro, Fogartie's Book
Store. B Feldmann ft Co. G 0 Graber, A G Goodwin,
agent. Goodrich, Wiocinan ft Co, M Galloway. W H
Geddites, O Gce'.llng. J H Graver, P LGuillcmin, H
Gerdts ft Co, ? Goldstein, J Eurkamp ft Co. Hart ft
Co, J H Hillen. F Horsey, Holmes ft Calder, J W
Harrisson. N A Hunt, A H Hayden, F S Holmes, I
Hyams ft Co. W Hamil, A Hiing. C H Johuson, E H
Jackson, Jeffords ft Co, Jennings, Xhomllnsou ft Co,
O E ft A S Johnson. Kriete ft Chapman, Klinck,
Wickenberg ft Co, J F Kelp, W Knobeloch, Kinsman
Bros. XS King, Laureyft Alexander, C Lilienthal ft
Co, A Langer, A M L\ccb. C Li schgi, A McGority,
W Matth; osen. McDuff Cohen, Muller, Nimitz ft Co,
'J Mud-en, McLoy ft Bice, J G alii ?or ft Co. Kiernan
ft Borger, M Marks. A McLeisb. D O'Neill ft Son, B
O'Neil'. Usteudorff ft Co. J F O'Neill ft Son, Paul.
Welch J: Brandes, W F Paddon. D Paul ft Co, C F
Panknin. Pelzor, Rodgers ft Co, Raoul ft Lynah, J M
>umbertou, Southern Express Co. A Seckendorff, W
Sheppard, F. H stoddard dc Co, G W Steffens ft Co. O
Xidi man, Stenhouse ft Co, Xoblas' Sons, C P Pop
penheim, Ufferhardt ft Campscn, F von Santen. S H
Wilson, L Weiskopf. E lt White, Wagoner ft Mon
secs, W H Walker, West ft Jones, J N M Wohltman,
Werner ft Ducker, W L Webb, Walkor, Evaus ft Cogs
we 1. F Weyhmau. W G Wbildcn ft Co, W J Yates,
Railroad Agent, and Order.
Scar Kaaduskeag, Wyatt, New York-9 days.
G limo. Xo W Roach ft Co, G W Williams ft Co, and
Order. Off Cape Hatteras experienc-d a heavy palo,
in which the deck was swept, stove boat, galley,
split sails, ftc.
sehr Xatbaniel Chase. Small, Norfolk, Ya-4 days.
3100 bushels Corn, 750 bushels Peas, lo X J Kerr
Steamer Pilot Boy, Peck, Savannah via Beaufort,
Bluff.on ana L'disto. 2 bales cotton, ill sacks Rice,
96 bbls Potatoes, and Mdse. Xo J Ferguson, Sten?
house ft Co. J Apple. Hopkins, Mcf hereon ft Co. W
harrison. W C Bec 4 Co. Southern Express Co, Mrs
S Elliott, Mrs W:\6tiluKton.
Steamship Jaues Adger, Luckwood, New Yoik-Jos
Adyer ft Co,
Steamship James Adg-r, Lockwood, New York.
British ?'uip Gorilla, Jones. Norlolk, Va.
Kron? this fort.
Sehr Alexander Young, Young, Georgetown, S C,
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr Hyne, Glover, at New York, February G.
Sehr Enchantress, Covert, ai New York, F bruary G.
Sehr Rachel ioau.cn, High, at Baltimore, Feb G.
PORI OF GEORGETOWN, S, C., IO FEBRUARY 8.
February 2-Sehr William Flint, Pool, Norfolk.Va.
February 3-i-cbr Emma B shaw, Shaw, New York.
February 5-Sehr Alex Young, Young, Charles?
ton. S i'; Susan Wnght, Uunt. New York.
February C-Sehr Chi loe. Hatch, Boston.
February 8-Brig Yunkee Biado,-, New Yorl:.
February 1-Sehr I-.lizabeth. Hill, North Carolina;
Lizzie Watson, Watson, Philadelphia.
"February G-Schrs S E Wooubcry. Woodbcry, L al?
timore; M A Coonics, Coombs. Belfast. Me.
February 8-Ury M EDanna, O'Neill, Boeton;'fcchr
Matoaka, . eons, i.altira-n-.
PORT OF BUCKSVILLE. S. C., TO JANUARY 31.
January 22-Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, to I L Buck
Jaunary 31-?ri? Mary E Dana, uvteiu, ins L
Bucl; ft Co.
January ?8-Brig Charles Wesley, Nickels, to E L
Buck ft Co
Steamers Planter, White, Charleston; J R Staples,
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, Baltimore.
Shiuncvvs by Telegraph.
SAVANNAH, Fei-ruiry 9-Arrived, steamships
Huntsville and Sen Jacinto from Kew York; Wyo?
ming from Philadelphia; brig Virg nia from Balti?
more; schrs Amos :-.d nardi hom Boston, and Wan*
turfers from Norlolk.
Cleared, steamship Leo tor New York; brig Crimea
LIST UV VKSSKLS
UP, CLEAllED ASO S AILED l'Oit THIS PO hu
Ship R C Winthrop, Stowar., sailed.Jan 22
Thc Edith Wheeler. 6ailcd.Jan M
British bark David McNntt, MeE.h? nny, sid..Jun 18
Bark Harriet H Hussey, Holmes, nailed.Jau 14
British brig Cecilia, Bistrup, tailed.Jau G
Ship Pacific, Foss, sailed.Jau 4
Thc CoarLr, Jerkins, sailed.Jan 12
Schi- B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Jan 25
Sehr Iona,-, up.F b 4
Sehr Myiover, Brown, cleared.Feb 5
Sehr J S Lee, Carr, cleared.Jau 23
behr Hjnc. (ilover, cleared.Feb
Sehr EncbauttCos, Covert, cleared.Feb
Sehr Matthew Eeiiuey,-, up.Fib
Sehr I) 0 H ilise,-, up.Vcb 1
Sehr Marian, Gaye, up.Feb 3
Sehr Clara, Millford, cleared.Feb
Sehr Pachol Seaman, U'gh, cleared.Feb
>chr George tl McClellan. Richards, cleared. .Feb 3
Sehr C S Groves, Weaver, up.Fri) 4
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NOW ON EXHIBITION 3EK LARGEST AND
finest Collection of CHROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
sceu in ch aries ton. ? hey arc perfect coplea of cel?
ebrated Works of art, both ancient .md modern.
Among the collc-ilou maybe lound SALVAlOIi
ROSA'S lit AD OF CHRIS!, Corrcugo's Magdalene,
A. Delacroix's lido Uoina Out, A. Delacroix's Xide
Coming lu, Xuriier's Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Rowl-oitoni's ELglish Scenery, Baxter's
English and lrit-b Sceuery, Views on thoKhiue, 'lhe
Juugfruud, 'lhe Wetterhorn, Muline Views, and
Inc public aro respectfully invited to call and soe
theso beautiful Works ol Art. Ihey are offered for
Bale at New York prices.
Great reduction in thc price PORCELAIN PIC?
TURES. Recent nnprovvmcnts jn producing these
pictures cuable us to now offer thc ut n euri y one
half the former prices, and tar bupc. or. Call and
OUR CARTEi? DE VISITE AND OTHER
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
Especial attention given to "-li?dren. Also to copy,
inp old Daguerreotype!! and ot;.er lectures, haiisfa.'
tiou in all cases guaranteed, and ai prices to corres?
pond with thc times.
O'inER PEOTOCR iPBS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT (SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At lt educed Prices.
A linc colleclion ol
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS OP THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NOR i H CA 110 LINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
Ihcso ara tho first and only l'botocrapiis ever taken
in that locality.
aVINB V A: C I)..
No. 261 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
November 12 3mos
JU,!, D. ALEX AD ? E lt ,
NOTARY PUB LIO AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. IO Broad-street.
F.E?J'EOIFULLY SOLIOI1S BUSINESS IN AD.
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOK.",
either In part or whole, fte. January 9
OFFICE No. 275 KING,
January 27 3m o
J! H. TUE \ HOLM,
No. 1 BROAD-STBEET,
CBAnLESTON, S. C.,'
MINEE, SHIPPER AND DEALER
South Carolina Native Bone Phosphate.
January ll 3mos
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE. NORTHWEST COE
NEB OE MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 _ fmwemos
Q EO. 13. COAX OK,
No. ll Broad-street,
WILL BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION
BEAL ESTATE, BONDS,
STOCKS, COUPONS, GOLD, SILVER
February 1_ Imo
E. H. RODGERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCIL STOCK ANO DIES,
STEEL LETTERS AMD STAMPS
rn Kt Ks AND TAGS
BRASS AND G KUNIAN SILVER KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, ?bc.
BY THE GALLON OR BARREL.
HILL'S PATENT BAUD STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, &c.
No. 129 FAST E AY-STKERT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
fdr Call and examine specimens.
January IC 3mo
J^D V A N C E S
CO T T 0 N.
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
HO LD COTTON IN ENC LA ND,
Wlicre STORAGE. INSURANCE, and otber expenses
for boldin? aro LESS tb an m tbc United State s, we
TEN CKNTS PER FOUND
N ff S,
Shipped to our friends iu Liverpool, charging the Eng?
lish commercial rato of interest, wnich at present ls
FIVE PER CENT.
And hold as long as desired.
CLAGHORN, HERRING h CO.,
January IC 27
J^USSELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW LOOKS, &c.
THE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
and Song, with ninety-nine hr^c steel cugrav
ines, imperial 8vo. m o roc o, S20.
TENNYSON'S ENID. IUnstntcd by Gustave Dore, fo?
lio, m an e'egant binding, rio.
TENNYSON'S LOCKSLY HALL, lUustrated by Hennesy,
1 octuvo, *3.
GEAY'S ELEGY, with seventeen flnelv colored draw?
ings and a photographic reproduction cf the
oriil'nal manuscript, no. $6 2?.
WAYSIDE Posits, or ici eal Poems of country life,
edited by Robert Ruchauau, with fony-seven
illustrations. Alo. S10.
TUE Binn, by Mich lot, illustrated by two hundred
-sud ten exquisite engravings by Giacomclli, ?ii.
CHULST ix Sosa, or Hjms ot Immanuel, tclccted
irom all ages by Philip schaff, D. D., 3vo, cloth
cnl' extra, SC.
COWPER'S . ABLE TALK, and other Poems, beauti
lully illustrated by thc nioat eminout English
Artists, 1 volume, lio, S3.
STOUY WITUOUT AN END, ?iom thc German of Co
rcvo, largo ito. with fifteen beautiful pic
inres, m imitation of water color?1, $7 6u.
CnitifiTM.vs CAIIOL. by charles Dickens, with thirty
Rios-entrions, by EytiaKC, >mati 4 octavo, 55.
SCOTIA'S Danns, tho choicest trorfuclious of the
Scottish forts, beautifully illustrated, 8vo,-$i.
MARMION, by Waller .-cdt, with fifteen photographic
illu tration , S3.
LAYS ol' TUL- BOLY LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, willi sixty-three illustrations, 8vo, -.8.
C'HiMBEiis' HOOK I AYS a miscellany ol popular
antiquities, tw-.- lar. o volumes, royal 8vo, S'J.
Ile above aie ah in clcyaut biudlugs.
January 1 lyr
"Ta I A N O S I PIA8QSI!
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEE1N
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEPF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WABERCUM, No. 7 N. LIBERTY
STREET, ABOVE BA L I MORE-STREET,
STIEFF'K PIANO* HAYE ALL THE LATEST*
Improvement, iacludfog tho Arnulfo treble, ivor;
Iron?a,.end mo improved French Action, nilly war
rented ?or ?va >cari?, wi-h privilege- of oxchai -ji
?rithu twelve roontbHil not entirely satisfactory it
pnrdMMr. >cc:>n<i-h:iuded Pianos and Parlor Or
gnus always on aand rn-in ;.'-u to SSW.
REFEREES wno HAVE OUE MANOS rv vrz:
General Robert ?-.. Lee-, Lexington, Va.
Gon-ral Robert Bansom, Uiliuia ton, K. C.
General D. H. Hill, charlotte, N. 0.
Governor J.-un Letctior, Lexington. Va.
Messrs. R. Barwell ?? tons, uLariutte, N. C., Te
C. B. Riudiek, Fomalo Coilrgo, Eittreli'a Sprit-gs,
Bishop Wllmor, New Orleans, La.
Max Strakosch, Uali.-nOpcio.
AicsErs Ficiso.i & Sons, Sumter, 8. C.
Charlos Spencer, ohiirles?on ?.
Send lora circular. Terms liberal.
Parities the Blood,
For Sale hy Druggists KVeryvrhere?,
July 2? DAO A)i
WM. HVL BIRD <5c CO.,
IMPORTERS, MASl'FACTURERS AND DEALERS IK
WHITE LEID. ? PIM, COLORS, Milli,
Faint Brashes, Window Glass, Oils of all kinds.
PROPRIETORS OF THE FAVORITE BRAND OP
BRITiT J A NT PETROLEUM OR KEROSENE OIL; ARTISTS' AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS.
[AGENTS FOR HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES .
MARTIN'S FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF S A F E'S .
No. 203 EAST BAY-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
January 4 DIO 3mo
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeitable.
Half Loan Taken. No Notes Required.
LAST CASH ?IT1DEND_50 (FIFTY).FER CENT.
Policies in force.$25,000,000
Annual Income.... 800,000
Loaees Paid. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
li. McADAM, Actuary.
G. A. F?DICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Drs, New York. t E. V. HAUGHWOUT, Firm E. V. Hanghwout &
Hon. JAMES HABFEB, Firm Harp:r & Bros., Co.
ex-Mayor New York. WM. WILLENS, Firm W. Wilkens & Co.
JOHN J. CRANE, Preeidenfc Bank Republic. JULIUS H. P.?ATT, Merchant.
WK. T. HOOKED, Walt-street. WM. W. WRIOHT, Merchant.
WM. M. VEBMTLYE, Banker (Vcrmilyi & Co.) CHAS. J. STARB, Merchant.
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
Company. GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Hon. GEORGE CTDYKE, ex-Mayor of New York. GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Io
ML"OT C. MOKOAN. Banker. suranco Company.
THOMAS RIGNEY, firm Tbomos Rigney & Co. JOHN H. SHEAWOOD, Park Place.
BENJ. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Steam WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner 5th Avenue and
Sugar Refining Company. Twenty-third-street.
AABON ABNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Conatablo & Co. EDWARD H. Wnionr, Newark, N. J.
RICHARD H. BOWNE? Wetmore <fc Bowne, Law- GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
yera. W. L. COG?WELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General A?ent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. REENSTJEUKA, Examining Physician.
. R. ISSERT?L,
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
January 12 Gmo DIO Office No. 255 King-Street, Chtrloston, S. C.
CHABLESTOlsT, S. C.,
HAVING COMPLETED THEIR EXTENSIVE MANUFACTORY, ARE NOW PREPARED TO 2UBNISH
No other kill ds being available to Planters for immediate returns j for their
THIS COMPANY, UNDER THE DLRECTTON ENTIRELY OF SOUTHERN MEN OF HIGH CHARAC?
TER, offers inducements wbi:h will recommend it to Southern Plantors. Their works are among
tho largest and mo-1 complete in thc United States, and enable them to prep iro at home an abundant sup?
ply ol ihc proper solvent lor tho soutn Carolina native Bone Phosphites which aro near by. From these
Phosphates they propose to manulactuto a
even richer In SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE than those made from RAW BONES, anl containing more than
twice thc quantity of Superphosphate of Limo found in the best average manures heretofore offered for
sale, the rates at which we offer th?m being no higher than tho average price of other Fertilizers, while
the Mamu CH contain twice as much fertilizing material; they are in fact much cheaper to the consumer.
They aro "Herod on tho market in two forms, with a guarantee that tie material in each will correspond
to tile advertisement:
}tiwmNo. 1-SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, containing from eighteen to twenty-five per cent of PURE
SOLD BL li PHOSPHATK OF LI MF, and fumi?hed at sixty dollars per ton.
Etiutan N". 2-PEK?V?AN SUPERPHOSPHATE, containing from sixteen to twenty per cont, of SOLU?
BLE PHOSPHATE, and tnreo to four par cent uf AMMONIA, at seventy Dol?an per ton. for approved ac?
ceptances bearing inter?s!1, or such other security as may bc acceptable to the sub-agent?, a discount of ten
per cent, on tho above prices will bo made for cash.
Orders to bc lorworded immediately to tho Ageats, and delivery made os directed on and after 1st Jan?
WM. C. BEE & CO., Agente.
C. O' SZEJIMINGER, President.
The Fertilizers of tl?s Company will bc branded ETIWAN, No. 1-ETI WAN,
No. 2. fl
December 30 ws3mos
1 g?f?mi?rf, &r.
HA.?T Sc CO-,
CORNISH KING AND MARKET STS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
. IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic Hardwares
ENGLISH AND SWEDISH BAR IRON
PLO??H AND NAYLOR'd CAST STEEL.
Consisting Of POTS, OVENS, SPIDERS and EXTRA
CIRCULARS, CROSS CUT AND MILL SAWS
MILL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOTH
ANO A VARIETY OP
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. S.-Descriptive Catalogues can bc had on ap?
plication. fuiw3mos DAC November 27
HUES! HOES! KOKS!
HARDWARE OF DIRECT IMPORTATION
Brig Agra, and Steamship Golden Horn,
BRADES' CROWN HOES
ELWELL'S li OKS
ELWELLS SOCKET SPADES
S . EEL CORN MILLS
PADLOCKS TN SETS, WITH MASTER KEYS
CARRON WARE, &OL
With a tf#ucral :>BIM tm'-ntoi american Hardware
and Ploughs, which 1 offer low lor cash.
C. P. POPPER UKIH,
No 117 KING-STREET,
February 1 Imo* DAC suru on the Pavement.
P. P TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOORS, SASHES AND BLdUUDS.
HORL BECK'S WHABP,
Charleston, 8. 0.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price. J
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN <& CO.,
(oldest safe manu fae tcrcrs)
n . . i ( 205 Broadway, New York.
Principal J m chestnut St., Phila.
Warehouses |l08Bank St.,Cleveland,0.
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
United States. *
TOR SALK RT
WM. M. BIRD k CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 29 lyr
YylLUS ?? CH1SOLAL,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MEE CHAN': '
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANT
SU IP 13ENI (to Foreign and Domestic Forts) oi
COTTON, BTOE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, s. c.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHABLESTOH, H. C., March 26, 1808. (
ON AND A FT EB SUl'DAT, MARCH 29TH, TUB
PASSENGER TEAiN? of the Benth Carolina
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.80 A? *.
Arrive at Augusta.3.30 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Mon tc ornery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston..6.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.50 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester -Rail?
road, Charlotte and South carolina Railroad ?nd
Leave Augusta.S.oo A. M.
Arrive at Charleston..........3.10 p. AL
Leave Columina..6 oo A. AI.
Arrive at Charleston.......8.10 p. M.
AUGUSTA NIG TIT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.1.7..7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.Ci6 A. M.
Connecting with trains lor Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.A.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.LOO A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.5.40 P. M.
Arrive ct Columbia.6.20 A. M.
Connecting (sundays excepted) with Greenville anet
Leave Columbia.6.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.c.30 A. M.
S? MLMEBVILLE i KAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 6.16 P. IR
Leave Summerville.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A. M
On Monday*, Wednesday! and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville.2.20 P. M.
Leave Camden.5.10 A. 3T.
Arrive at Ringville.7.4.0A. M.
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 29 General Superintendent
paints, ?Us, (Cte.
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, an*
January 1 6mo
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 GALLONB PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LURRICATTNG
SOO GALLONS REPINED NEATSFOOT OIL
800 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMERON, BARKLEY ?i CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 '_Cmo
BELTING j_BELTING !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELI?
5000 FEET GUM EELTLNG, 2, 8, 4, and 5
250 SLOES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
4 INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, 4 INCH TO 1? LNCH H?
SOAP9IONE PACKING., i INCH TO li
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAMERON, BAtlKhEY & CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gmo
500 BOXES IC 11x20 ROOFING T.N.
300 BOXES LX 11x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 23x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES LX 42x20 ROOFING TIN A
25 BOXES LX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14*20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TINr TLNSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, &c, &c.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERON, CA I'.KLEY ?i CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting und Cumberland streets.
January 1 Cmo
SHES? 1R0M AHD Si ??L,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CAMELON, BARKLEY JU CO.,
Northeast corner Meeung4nd Cumberland streets ,
January 1 Cmo
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GUAGES, GLASS GUAGE TUB^S '.
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DEFEC?
OPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast Corner Mectirg und Cumberland streete.
January 1 i Cmo
ZINp, ZP-A-IiLSTT S,
COLORS, VARNISHES, INRUSHES, ?cc, &c.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OLES.
CAMERON, I?A1CKLKY & CO.,
Northeast corner Mectmg and Cumberland sfreota.
January 1 ^ 6m0
j or jp o it TE ic s of
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &cM
And Dealers in
CEOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
[C0H2O4 JyOjS? I STREET]
_" , WM. 8. OORWTN Ja OO