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THE DAILY ?\EWS.
"We strung at anchor, where the wave
Showed (Treat se?-banner-' tar below:
The waters rippled up to lave
Her band, that with its bracelet's ?tow
"Hung toying with the. tremblinc tide,
1 hat joy d to i.iss ?oialr a wrist;
In the dim distance waste and wide,
The white salli glimmer'd through the mist.
Ibero was a silence on the sea,
A ?ileaoe tb?t I would not breas;
So sweet'that e'en it seeded to me
To fl 'at, and for my I vjy'a sake
To weave my fancies into rhyme, m
That sha would praise some happy day;'
For then no fateful af er-time
H<*i come to sweep my dreams away.
'Twere well it had been but a dream,
And yet I trusted in her ?ruth;
Her sott eyes bad an evil gleam
That slew me, and she fcntw no ruth.
And still the white sails pass the shore,
And melt into tho purple air;
But she wiB watch them never more
AB faithless as her fice was lair.
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WOMEN ?fc* LIST.
Adams, Mrs L iDo.au. Mary j Paulie, Laura
Adams, Jane Doyle, El:en (Porker, Miss E
Aiken, Muan Drayton, Mit s E P-try. Mary
Alderson, Mrs J Devane. Mrs E Pearce, Anna
F Fell, Mr* M Peies. Mrs J D
Anderson, Molly Furg'iison, Mrs t?lnckney, Mrs
Armstrong, Mrs KB C
M Foiley, Mrs M Pool??. Emma
Artson. Mrs E Fiodd, Nancy Poinsctt, Mi?s J
Baynard, Mrs T Gamble, Anna Prioleau, Boss
A' Gay, Mary Piorr, Ester
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A Girt, Mrs M ma
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Barfield, Emma Harleston, Hon b
A noh Roberts, Mrs C
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flack, Mary St Hon ck, Mrs A E Buss, Maty
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Bringtoe, Corrio 0 M
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Jane James, Auna K
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Chapman, Jen- Mitchell. Sarah Tasoin. Soria
nie Mitchell, Emma Vince, Julio -i
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wjmui, Miss .uurpuy, eue P
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Collins, Jano M Miller, Mrs M Weaver, Nelhe 1
Cloghan, Mary Mvbjttt. Ju'ia WolBer, Jenett
Creighton, Mrs McGirr, Jane Washington,
John McMUliau, Ju'ia Rose inn
Crigmites, Marv O Wasbiogtoo.Xel- 1
Curtis, Mrs M J McMUliau, Mary) lie
Dawson, Mrs C Naughton, Mrs Word, Miss C
Davie, Harriett James Washington, Jul
Davenport, Ann Nolan. Mrs T E 1er
D _ Nunnery, Miss ? Young, Ann
Davis, Margi TS'o'.sou, fc'l'cn Yountr. Mrs D
Duwano. Mrs E O'Neill, Aunt E iNo lS.Charles
Dlxon. Marge . O'Brien, Mrs E L ton. S C
.O'Brton, Mrs VE.
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T, Jr Oi? i rd, Jos ward
Alters, H G.rar J, J McNamara, John
Alquil, James Goddo d. Wm. B
Anderson. Mr Sr Nelson. Master
Ancrum, John S Gourdin, W A Chirley
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na aovantes.Ramos Oldenb?ttel, Jne
Beier, Martin Grant, C B Orne, Lamon
Bennett, O E - iridUy. C L Panons, charles
Binkner, J c Greene, Col W Parsons, C M
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Borneman, H F Gryschem, Ben- Pennington. Rev
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Buist, Ed wd L Holl, J M Posey. Jessy
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Bixaicau, Mi- aaight?Co W
chael H"anson, George Proctor, Sanford
Bric-well. Peter Haysen, I A P
Bi eady, Philip Heuer, Wilhelm Reed, George A
Brown, April F Redpath, D C
Brown, Chas To- Hopman, Merz? Reynolds, Edwd
bios (barber) Limer T
Brown, W K Hefferon, T S Reynolds, E T
Burns, John Hotstlne, Dick Rebel?n,Riohord
Burton, B T Houston tz Bate- B 4
Carlton, S N k noon Boche, John
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Conuedy, Jo-ooh Son Bntlaodt, J
Coauhaaun. U A Bolmes, E J Busse', A J
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ucl Leahy, John (aoi'd)
Dowling, Wil- Lvons, A P Stiobel. J M
Bom Lynch, Thomas Torre ll, L W
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Draper, Dr Dan MarcbeL Sam Wilhelm
iel F Matte, B K Von sprecken, H
Drap- r, Dr D F Michell, J W Wal ah, William
Dewese, William Miller. John W Weatherhorn.Mr
Dufort, A Milner, Alexan- Wilson, Christo
Duke*, William der poer
Eaves, Henry, Jr Mitchell, Master Wightmann, W S
Finnigan, Mr J C Winstock, B
Franser, Jacob Middleton, B W Whitehurst, CSp
Fuller. C J M ils, Captain Bichd
Gaines, Carroll Moore, Thomas Wilson, Isaac
(col'd) Motto, Benjamin Wheeler, Hon W
Gardner, Chris tc- Monoghan, Wil- A
puer J hom Witherspoon,
Gillan!, Ediobo- Morgan, A W Isaac
rou?h Morgan, O iptSL?White. Taff.*
Gfcil'ard.Dr Todo uniter, Martha White. Prince
Ga'eld, Sr Don Maller, Lenas Wilson, J R
Jose Murphy, Michael Wilkins, George
Geddes. George McEvoy, Michael Wrone, Pattick
GUI, John P McDonald-Angus Zealy, C J
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will please place the stamp near'the upper right
hoad eorner of the envelope, and they wdl also
pleoao te remember that without the stomp o latter
cannot be mailed, but wiB be sent to the Dead Letter
Office, Febriory 12
Consignees per sou tn < molina Huiiroao
706 bales Cotton, 958 bushels Grain, 21 casks Ba?
con. 1 oar Wood, 6 cara Lumber, 1 cor flock, 'lo
Railroad A gent. Pclzer, Redners k Co, W 0 Court?
ney k Co, Graeser. Lee. Smith ck Co, Reeder & Davis,
THAW Dcwees, G W Wilhams k Co, JUA Moore.
W K Ky as, J ri ? Sloan, b J Wis s, J K Pringle, G B.
"Walter k Co. Thurston k Holmes, M isrool.lt T
Walker, F D C Ki ecke. Ologhorn, Herring ? Co, U
Cobia k Co, G W Steffens k Co.
Consignees per .Northeastern Kailroad
Ft kr uar y ll.
72 bales Upland and S balea Seo Island roi ton, 400
bushels Rough Bice. 14 bois '1er. Mdse, k-. To J
Mnrsn&lL jr, noed-r A Dovir, rf S stouev, J E Adner
k Co, W K Ryon, L Cohen ft Co. MazycLs & Saber?,
Hostie, Calhoun k Co, Bischoff k Co, G W Williams
k CO, Cleghorn, Herring k Co, Bart k Co, Mowry k
Co, F W Emanuel, Ingraham & Son, J> A Pritchard,
Railroad Agent, sud Order.
Per steamship Magnolia, for New York-B Col
Hhs. 0 Pitsher, J H Banc, J ?S Powell. WB Heriot.
Mrs R A Avery. ? N Show, A 0 Ohver, J ?ater and
Triie, A Camp, A 8 Swords. W MUler, J S Vonuer,
Mrs T Pinkus, W Murphy, and two in steerage.
Per steamer city Point, tram Pola tko, via Jackson
-rille, Fernandina and sovonnih-PJ McCormisk,
T Brain, Mr Button and lady, Mr Newbold Mr Bow
ard, J S Cramp. A Beddick. F W Gray. F S Weid Q
Drapers, Miss Tupper, E T Baynard. H A CurieL M
Lawter, Mr Harrington, Mr Bounell, H W Lathrop
and 10 on deck.
/inanri?l anb (?ammcmal.
Tnt Charleston Money Market.
''?AT THUBSDAT^ebruary lir?869~
Quotations have suffered no material change since
the latt report. The market waa generally dm!
daring the wee?, and the demand for s?curit?s lim?
ited. Southern bink billa are commanding a better
?rice, saad are generally higher than the las! quoia
tions. South Carolina Railroad shares aie held at 45
to 47 tor wholes and 22}? to 23~? for halves. City
stock was held at 60 to 61, few tranca:!:ons bring
made above the former li .'ure. State hoods have ap?
preciated, and old arc 72 to 73. stale stock is quoted
at 64 to 66. GIB stock has advanced a fraction, 'lhere
are uo other changes worth v of note.
SOUTHERN BANK 131X0.6.
Bank of Camden.60 @0J
Bank of Charleston.5C fe; 10
Bank of Chester.10 feOO
Bank of Georgetown.10 teOO
Bank ol' Hamburg.6 ?U0
Bank of Newberry.52 fe 00
Bank of South Carolina.12 (al 13
Bank of State ol S Carolina, prior to 1861.32 (?00
Bank of Stateo? S. Carolina, after 1st Jan.,
1861. G (SOO
Commercial Bank. Columbia.2 (5,00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.ll @00
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston..0 feuQ
Merchant's Bank,Cheraw.9 fi 10
People's Bank. Charleston.64 fel/0
Planter's BaiU of Fairfield.5 feOO
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Charleston 33 feUO
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
: cn th western Railroad Banh, Charleston.
State Bank,Charleston.5 (?.00
Union Bank, Charleston.90 (ti 00
City of Charleston Change Bills.96 fe 00
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.88 @00
BONDS. 6T0CK8 AND COUPONS.
City of Columbia Bonds.60 ($00
City of Columbia Coupons.65 fa 00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
whole shares).45 @47
south Carolina Railroad (half shares).M life23^
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.74 fe'75
S. C. K. R. Seven Per Cent B'ds.85 fa OJ
S. C. Bai hoad Certificate of Indebtedness. 65 fe 00
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock_60 fe61
City ol Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.65 fe.70
State of South Carolina Bonds (oldl.72 fe 73
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue,
of January 1,1S671.71 @00
State of South Carolina Stock.64 fe66
Slate ol South Carolina Coupons.60 feOU
People's National Bank Stock.par. felOl
First National Bunk Stock.I ar. fe lot
Greenville and Columbia Railroad State
guaranteed bonds....55 @C0
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
Northeastern R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds.85 feuu
Northeastern R.R- 1st Coupons (past duei.60 @u0
Northeastern R.R.Certiticatcsol Indebted?
Charleston Gas Company Stock.22 @22?.r
Charleston City Railway Stock.52 feoo
Charleston and Savaunah Railroad Bonds
(State guaranteei.40 @41
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.00 ($00
City of Savannah Bonds.88 feOO
City of Savannah Coupons (duo previous
to 1st Juue, 1666).95 ia.CO
-itv of Savannah Coupons ?due after 1st
June, 1666!.90 ?CO
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock..flo feOO
Memphis and Charlcstou Railroad Bonds.87 feOO
Memphis sud Charleston B. R. Coupons. ,93 fe00
Kxriorts tor the IVcek ending 'Thursday
.IVERTOOL-Per N G bark Gan's-240 bags Sea
Island Cotton, 15H bales Upland Cotton, 5 tes
Beeswax.Per British bark Monueguash
7 bags S I and 1348 bales Upland Cotton, 1002
tl's Kcslo, 401 sacks Cotton seed.
iOSTON-Per sehr Surah cullen-140 i ierres R^ce,
99 bole? Up'ord Colt n. 5 bbls spirits turpen?
tine. 1249 bbls Betta, 277 paoitoges Hide? and
JEW YOUR-Per steamship Magnolia-38 bags Seo
Inland and 1053 bales Upland Cottou. 56 bales
Tarn, 223 tes Rice? 61 bbls Rosin, 28 pkgs Sun?
dries.Per stcuiusbio Jam?B Adger-ll bags
Sea Island Colton, 116") bales Upland Cotton, lu.?
tierces Bice, 44 bales Yarn, 67 po-koges sundries.
.Per steamship .Manhattan-33 bag3 Sea
Island Cotton 1040 bil?s Upland Cotton, 100
bales Yarn, 110 tierces Rice, 154 packages Fruit,
and .'undiies. Per steum*h-p Saragossa
70 b cs Sea Is'and Cotton, 883 bales Upland
Colton, 68 tierces Rice, 38 packages Sundries.
.Per sehr Robert Cal'lwoll-3S8 bales Up?
land Cotton. 3 bags Sea Island Colton. 268
tierces Rice, 477 sacks Cottou Seed, 166 casks
Clay, 127 bbls Rosin, 180boxes Desiccated Pota?
toes. i2 bbls af eal. 6 packages Phosphate, 8 pack?
ages Mdse, 170 empty Ale Barrels, 391 empty
Carboys. 1 erne (.rookery.Per Behr Josiah
Whit-house-2I5.CC0 feet Pilch Pine Lumber.
'HILADELPBLY-Per stesaasuip Pioineiheus-143
tierces Rice, 523 bales Upland cotton, and Sun?
1ALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-608 bales Up
land Cotton, 250 tierces Rice, 1400 bushels
Rough Rice, 48 boles Yarn, 85 bbls Rosin, 14
bales Hides, 15 rolls Leather, 2 casks Madder
and Sundries.Per scar A G Ireland-135,
000 feet Lumber, 20 casks clay.
TIIK CHA Ii CES ION MARKET.
COS THE WEI K ENDING THURSDAY, FKBBUAUY IL]
COTTON.-Tho staplo for the pa? t week has pro
erved conMderablo steadiness, the variations in the
English market being about %d, and ai New York
bout fcc 9 fis, tho foi mer in the fir-t part oi the
icriod quoting middling upland at 12fcd, and stiff
nedtol2fc@12fcd, and the lotter.opened at 301?,
inproved to 30 >i and receded to 30fc@3Ufcc 3 lb
ar New York middlings; and at this point prices
ave been generally firm, middling upland which
ommenced ot 28K@23,Y advanced to 28fc S29c. aud
losed yesterday at 28fcc V lb nominal. Sellers
rere offering but a limited supply at present figures,
inch of the stock being held at rates somewhat
The dally telegrams havo reported tho leading
antres as f ?Hows:
The Liverpool market on Friday February 5. open?
s' easier but not lower, sales 16,000 bales, upends
3fcd; and on the same doy at New York tho article
-as less active and a shade easier, sales 3600 bale?, ot
3'4c. On Saturday, the tolmer was activo aaa ;,d
ighor, soles 20,010 boles, uplands 12fcd ; the latter
ros active and >?'c botter, sales 7500 bahs at 30}?.
In Monday the former was quiet, sales 12,000 bales,
plands 12fc@12fcd ; thc latter Ir?s 'active and fc?
>wer, sales 1200 boles at 30fcc. On Tuesday tho
mer was firmer ?ind more active, but not higher,
.-les 12,000 boles ; the lotter was firm ot 30fc, sales
DOO bales. On Wednesday the former was firm, up
tnds 13fc@12fcd, soles 15 00(1 bdes; tho lotter was
carce)* so firm, sales 3603 b-lcs, at SJ'ifeUO',',
aostly at the former figure. Yesterday the lormcr
ras quiet and steady, soles 10,000 bales, uplands 12fc
!>12fcd; the litter wa? unchanged at30fc?30fcc
The arrivals for tho woek show a decline in all
ua'ities and have been 152 bags of fea islands und
Toridas and 6653 bales of uplands, against 180 bags
f sea islands and Floridas and 7u74 bales of uplands
jr the week before, and 231 baja of sea islands and
Tondas and t445 bales of uplands for the corrcs
onduag period lost year. The receipts have been
rom the following sources, say of uplands, per
ou th Carolina Railroad, 5146 bales; per iNortheaat
m Railroad, 403; Georgetown, s. C., 47; Saut?e, 67;
f sea islands, per Northeastern Railroad, 17; Edisto
3; Florida 48; s ant ec 6; Beaufort 33; Savannah 35.
The transactions in this market for the week have
leen as follows:
On Friday. 1 obruary 5, carly in the day the mar?
et was active and prices firmer, but afterwards bc
oaae quiet; toles 1000 bale?, ordinary to good ordi
ia ry being quoted ot 27@2Sc; low middling 28>?o;
Diddling 38fc@28fcc. and strict middling 29e 9 lb.
On Saturday the stnplo was less active, and onces
-thor easier; soles 600 bales; quotations unchanged.
On Monday the tr? inactions commenced at brm ir
-ates, say 29a $ lb for middling, but the market af
erwards showing less activity, operations were mad <
it ralhcr easier term?; sales 900 bales, ordinary to
jood otdinary being quoted ot CTIf,t?frt*i'o: low mia?
lling 2S Kc; rnidd.iag 28^29c; strict middling 29fc
F>2?fco * lb.
On Tuvday there wos o fairly sustained inquiry,
arith prices in some cases ralh-r easier; sales 0C0
aa.es; quotations were unaltered.
On Wednesday tue market was qu'et; sales 4->0
aalss, pnces remaining us befo-e.
Yesterday the article was quito duU and nominal.
Jemand light and prices somewhat irregular, sellers
in some iusiauces obtaiuing previous qu unions, but
in others fcc ? lb decline was submitted to. Wo
report sales ot about 170 bales, viz: 1 ot 25, 1 al 26, 7
lt 27, 77 at 27 fc. 11 at 27J?, 37 at 28, 160 ot 284*', 17 at
Quotations ar<> somewhut nomln. 1, soy:
Ordinary to good ordinary.27fc@)28
By N. w York cl-ssiHearten we quote :
M-d diing.- @
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-Tho arrivals of this quality
rf the fibre show a falling off and were 152 bogs
gainst 180 the week before, and 231 for thc same
wee!: last year. The deman? forihe common quail
tied of sea Island* bas been fair, the finer qualities
reaiaininp quiet, bat ?ll descriptions are bela firmly.
We note satas or ?bout 150 bags of all kind j for the
week, nz: 2 stained at 3Cc ? lb. 13 do. at 3Ho, c at
SS, C sea islands at 68,1 at 80,17 at 85, 10 at 88,9 at
90, 22 at $1, 3 at $1 03, 2 at $1 05. 1 at SI 10,1 at 1 20,
11 lorida at 7to,'l? at 80, 7 al 90, 3 at $1. We quote
cote m on to medium sea irlanda nt 75(2,35; mallum
to fine 90ffi*l10; fine and choice 1 20(S.$1 30 and up?
wards j. lb.
RICE-The receipts have been very limited, say
about 500C bushels of Carolina rough for the week.
Ihe market was active for tbe firs', part of the week,
wi :hTalcs~bi at out 600 tes. of (lean Carolina, but has
since been somewhat quiet, buyers bein? indisposed
to operate at present figures; among tbc transactions
were 27 tes. ot clean Carolin J at 8%c. ; Cl at 8J? ; 229
at 9; 50 at <)%; 38 at 9 B-16; ?5 at 9?io. $ lb. Yester
day sellers having submitted to a reducf on in price
ofK@>4C- 9 ft, the market was more sctive; sales
about 1C5 tes. clem Carolina, say 42 ice. at 8*?; 40 at
8 11-16; 15 at 8?; 30 at ft%c. 9 ft. We quote com?
mon to fair Carolina at 8??@8*?; good 8??@8%; com?
mon primo 9c. Carolina rough may be quited at
$1 75-0.2 10 for interior; $2 10@2 26 for seo-coas?.
NAVALSTOREs",-lhere hove been received about
800 bbis., mostly rosin. 1 he market has been dull,
sales of rosin have been made at ll 80 for No. 3; $190
rc;?2 for extra No. 2. Spirits of turpentine in small
lots bas been sold at 50c. V> gallon.
HAY -There was uo wholesale fran?aclions dur?
ing the week. Jobbing lots of North Bivor selling
at about SI 25 9 hundred.
CORN.-There have been receivd about 31C0 bush?
els from Norfolk and 2600 from Baltimore. The former
sold at$110 9 bushel, > ulk. weight. Ihe arrivals
.continue light by rail. 1 a re was a fairly sustained
inquiry for plantation purposes.
OA! S?.-A small shipment was received from Bal?
timore. Pales took place at about 88@99e, with bag?>.
PEAS.-We note receipts of some 700 bushels from
Norfolk, part of which were disposed of at SI 30 #
bushel, wciaht, baps included.
FLOU li.-The market continued to bo fairly sup?
plied with Northern and Western brands, which were
in good city and c u try demand, prices continuing
without important change, but were rather firmer
for thc lowor qualities. We quote Northern and
Wes ?ern super at S6 75 $ barrel, exlra at $7 25(3)7 75
$ barrel, family $8@9 60 9 barrel, and extra family
and choice at $10?] > ? barrel, southern brands
are in light supply, and may be quo*d at $9 25? 9 50
? barrel for SUPT : $103)10 50 for extra, and $11?
$12 ? barrel lor family. C'ampsen's City Mills arc
Belling at S9 50 ? barrel for super, $10 50 for extra,
and S12 50 for extra and choice family.
BACON.-There has been a steadily active deri>aud
for meat during the week, and we cote considerable
sales at full prices. We quote prime shoulders at 17
eis lb; primo clear iib sides at 20c Q lb. Dry
salted shoulders arc sel ing at 15?i<5;16c, and clear
rib sides at 18'-.<?, 19c ^ ft. Priirc strips arc held
at 21c. All quail.les of this article ure held firmly.
BUTTER.-Prime Goshen, of which there is a
ooJcr.-.te stock, may bo qu< ted at 45fS48c $ ft.
Western and other low grades sell at 30@40c 9 ft.
as in quality.
SALT.-Jobbers aro holding Liverpool at S2 10 ?
INDIA BAGGING.-The demand is very limited
We quote 20Ji@21>3C yard, nominal. Dundee bag?
ging, 44inches, lt; lbs. for tho yard, is held at 30?
35c. Sea island uirrgiuii, io inches wide, 9 fte. lor
the yard, is held at GO.u 65 cents.
ROPE,-'.the demand for ropo is moderate, ?Hd
prices arc somewhat nominal at. quotations. We
luo'.e hemp at - cents t* ft. ; grccnleaf at ll cents,
ind jute at R>??0 cents pound.
IRON BANDS ?YN.D TIES' for cotton, ofthcmosl
approved patterns, are offered on tho market, and
?hey are in active demand at *a8c ? ft.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-lhere is a mo.leral e
j'ock of this article, and wc quote river floe .
ing boards at $13 ? M.; scantling and plat.
51?feii-J M.; timber of shipping and good inih
]ualitics '.here ls a light supply on the marko.
ind may be quoted at SU'a 12 'P M. Common ic
?elling at $5?ii ? M.; and city sawed lumber at
H0#M 9 M.
FREIGHTS-To Liverpool by steam arc depressed
ind we quote nominally %d on upiands.and ld on sea
island ; tr. sail, ; ? d on uplands, ?s'??? on sea islands.
Havre nominal.. To tue West Indies, Cuban ports
uorth side, on lumber, $9 00 in gold, and $10
south side. Coastwise-To New York by steam
lb on uplands, and lc. on sea islands,
52 fl tierce on rice; by sail, $2 ? bale on up?
lands, and $1 00 f< tierce on rice; on boards
59 3 M, on rt M wed lumber S10 M.. on timber
clO. To Boston, by steam, via Hui timor?, le. fl .h
is cottcn and - 9 tierce on rice; by sail S-1C?
,*?c f? ft ou cotton, S12 00 ?a. M. on rcsawed lumber
?nd $13 !0 9 M. on timber. To Philadelphia. }?<\
tt ft on upland cotton by steam and -c. \\
ft by sail; on flooring boards $9 9 M.; on re
sawed tambe-, $i0; on timber, $12 50 $ M.
lo Baltimore, by steam, cotton >4'c. ; rice 9
tierce, $1 76 ; phosphates, $ 2000 lbs., $4 In
packages, in bulk as per agreement; lumber
V- M S8&J0. as in size; wheat ? bushel 12c, in sacks.
By this line to Philadelphia on cotton, '?c.;
rice Vi tierce $2 0C ; phosphate per ton. S6
in packages. To louisville, Ey., on rice, 75c. 9
j und red. To Cincinnati 65c. To St. Louis 85c.
By r>ail on boards and scantling, hence to Baltimore.
59; on lumber $10; phosphates $5.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling bills-The rate yesterday
ros nominal at 146.'.j for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Tho banks are purchasing
light checks* on New Vork }? dis., 0 days Jf discount.
They arc selling sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers wrc yesterday buying at
15, :.nd selling at30Ja'S37.
markets by Teiegrapn.
LONDON, February ll-Noon.-Securities unchaug
:d. Sugar buoyant at 37? 9d. Tallow quiet at 43s 3J.
LIVERPOOL, Feb uary ll-Noon.-Cotton quiet
ind steady. Uplands 12?4dal2^d; Orleans 12>*a
L2?id. Sales lO.oOO bales.
1 vening.-Cotion firmer. Uplands 12*?da]2?4d;
Drlcans lajfalSX. 10.000 bales. Lurd flat
raVow46s. Turpentine declining, sugar cxeitod;
DD tho tpot 38s Gd ; afloat 283 Od.
HAVRE, Ftbruary ll.-Cotton quiet; on the Fpot
If 42c; afloat if 44c.
NEW YORK, Februny ll.-Noon-Flour 5 to 10c
better. Wheat a shade firmer. Cora 1 to 2c better.
Pork hcav. and lower, new mess S32 25-32 50 Lard
declining;in barrels 2l)?,u20J?. Cotton unchanged
at SOJiatOX. lurpcn?oo quiet and firm 57??a58
Rosin steady ut $2 C0a2 60. Freights quiet.
Evening.-Cotlonstcudy; Biles 2500 bul ea,30>4a30>?c.
Flour a shade firmer, prices about thc same. Wheat 1
a2c better; white southern $2 Corn brm ; new mixed
Wo3tem $1 04; New Orleans white 86c. PorX irre?
gular; mess ?32 50 J 33; prim? $26a27 60. Lard lc wer
at 20J?a21c. Sugar excited; heavy salts ; Havana 12%
al3 cts; Muscovado 12al? cts. Naval stor-s quiet.
Fre'ghts drooping; on codon, by steam, %aC-16d.
Money easy; on call 5a7 por cent; discounts 7a8;
s'erlingdull, 9%. Gold35J?a35??. '62's, 13J? . S tock B
heavy and lower.
BALTIMORE, February ll.-Cotton firm. Flour
dull and irregular. Wheat dull; Pennsylvania red
$1 80.1185. Com firm; ?hite 90a93; yellow 87u89.
Ojts dull. Rye firm. Provisions firm. Purk ?3i.
Shoulders l?.^alG. Lard 21.
lIMDnATI, February H.-Flour and corn dill,
Whiskey brm and in good demand ut 95. Providions
dull, unsettled and nominal; bu k meals neglected;
ST Louis. February IL-Whisker, 04c. Provi
si ?LS qu et. ' Pork, $33 feaSi. Bacou shoulders,
LouiavitXE, Fuhrua y 11.-Pork 33. Lard 20>^a
21. Ba.-on shoulder. KS; clear nb IS; clear sides
18??. ?loarSJIi'aOX. Corn C0& Wuihkoy 94a93.
WILMINGTON, Febiuary ll.-spirits ot turpentine
63?<. Rosin quiet. Turpenline steady, lar steady
at $2 65 Vi 7.'. Cotton dull ; nothing doing.
Auu UriTA, F i.b. uary ll.-Colton dull au* nominal;
sales 460 baies; receipi? 640 baies; middlings 28c.
SAVAKXAJI, Fcbruwiy ll-Cotton quiet but furn;
sales 403 bales; middlings 29c; receipts 2474 bales;
exports 404 bales.
MOBILE, F bruary ll.-Cotton dull. SalcB 200
bales; low middlings 2~??a2b cents. Receipts 311
balss; exports 6L
NEW ?BLRANB, February ll.-Cotton easier. Mid
dlin-js 28^*29. -ales 24JO boles, ?ecelple C217.
Exports 8000. Gold 85%. Sterling 47Commer_
cial i6}?. York sight exehongo }Wt discount. Su.
gar active and highar. Common 10,;;all. Primo
18>?aI4. Teltow clarified 14%aU%. Molasses ac?
tive and firmer. Fail C5a63. Prime 07a70. Choice
" Wilmington Market.
FILMING I ON, February 10.-iTmreimXE-lias
declined 10a20e. Sale? ol 833 bbls at 13 39 for soft,
and 92 IS for hard, ? 280 lbs
?Korra TuarEXirsi_Little or no stock In first
hands, and consequently there is scarcely anything
doing. One small lot sold at 61c ? gallon.
KOST%\-OrJy 60 bbls changed hands at $1 90 for
TAB.-SVes of 200 bbl? at $2 G5 ? bbl.
COTTON.-One small parcel sold at 28J?C for mid?
Coax.-1300 bushels sold Lom vessol atll ? 66
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.Overland to manufacturers. CWUMM
wo?. -Wo havo deducted from New Orleans
13 672 bales Upland, from Mobile 6325 balee. Iront
Savannah ?50 baga Sea Island and ... boles Up
and-andlroinCharlcstOM 2215 MR*'ea
168 bales Upland, tho quoutities received at those
porta trom iiobile. Florida. TexoB ana i-avennah.^
Comparative Kxports of Cotton, Irom
tu? Fort ot Charleston._
Other British Forts.
Total to Great Britain...
Other J rench Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europo.
Total North of Europe.
: outh of Europe.
?Vest Indies, ic.
Total Foreign Ports..
Rhode Island, ?e.
Baltimore ami Nue 'Ik.
Other United SUites Porto.
Total to Coastwise Porto.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
HAWterO. ? yara
Gmnnv ??loth. n*
BALE HOPE. W lb-Manilla. -@ -
Western. ?. S LV*
.Tu e. 8-a@ J
COTTON, ? lb- n " ""a S8
?rdiuary to Uood Ordinary. ?
Middling to strict Middling. 28J?*
Good Middliug. - <g -
Scalshiud. J? S 3
COFFEE, 11 A-Bio.. ? g ?
. Wando Fertilizer.... g.? ? -
Double Relined Pondrette. ..... | Otf ? -
Nil.s' Phosphate. S*!5 2 ~
peruvian Guano. V 2240 res. 05.0? g -
Paeihc Guara. * SOW los. 0*.M to
Kifefwiii": ?I 1
Rhodes' Phosphate. ? 2000 o-.OO 0 -
Rhodes' Stand. Manurc-tGStime 67.60 g -
OrchUla Guano-.$40 time, fe 00 ?
Laud Plaster .I IS -
Mapes'Super Phosphate,i* 2000 lb| ?6.00 ? -
Zell's Kaw Bone Phosphate.I ?0.JU ? -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphate of r,ime..-. 65.00 ? 00
Woolst?'sVeg.Ptat)r.^20C0re? 65 00 ?
Croaedale'iGeu.Super.Phos. net 60.00 ? JO
Bower.1 Complete Mauure.net 00.00 ? 10
fcordy's Phospho Peruvian, eish. 15.00 @ 00
fcardy's Pacific Guano, cash. 00.00 5 00
FLOUR, ? bbl-eupoi .... 0.W ? -
Northern and Western Extra. 7.20 @ i.73
Baltimore ?xtra. g
C?^LV-Mary land Oats,* bushel. ?5 g 90
Western Oats, * bushel. ?5 . -
Corn, ?bushel. J-" ? "-16
d?r.?cwt.-KortU Uiver. J.? g
Eastern. . _
(. UMBER, V M. itself
Ulear White Kn^. 1st quality.j.0.00 ??.00
White Pine, good run.2"M SM M
Board.. V M. :eel-Rou3b....... U.M ?tW.OO
Grooved and lon?acd....|28.l-- ?->2-00
VELASSES, ? Ballon-Coba.I ^ ti *7
Muscovado. rn g . fta
Sn nar House. 60 g 1-08
New Orleans. " S ~
yi r/z, STOKE*, ? bbl-1er.... - ? -
Pitch. - g -
Rosin, Pule. " ,r ?S , nn
Robin. No. 9. g
Ruirili-Taitrttilme, ? RA'ICI.I Jg ? -
^?u?^a?m'^ f "'00
rOTV?ER-Duuout's, F.F.F. g.... j 0. IO ?
Duj.ont'o, F.F.F. ?* ?
Dupout's. Bia^tiMg. *.?
PROVISIONS--* H>- -,
bacon. Hams, ?lb.*' f9 g ^
Bacon, Widen. JJ ?" *"
Bacon. Shoulders. '? g ?
Bacon, Strips. A. JT
KrnkeB-v.^":::::::^: ?S ?
SeV.::v........ 15 g 30
Potatoes, ?bbl.,. Z a Z
Onions..'. - _
Apples....?. a.,2 "I
R/C?-Carolina, ? ?i. B"ig ?'
Sast India. - C -
a^LT-- Liverpool, eearse, * 8ach>. 2.10 M -
Liverpool, One. -.- ?
S17?;?1/?, ? ffi-ltavf. "2 @ 13
Porto Rico. " g }?r
llneeowrV .I "3 @ 16
SI 2 I
Exports of Klee. Naval Stores anu JL n -
ber from tho Port of CUarlcston. f rua?
September 1 to February ll, is bi)
Other U. S. Ports..
N. STORES. J LCM DE E.
Total Coastwisel 16,832' 14,977
Majorca & a Market
St Johns, N B...
Stocks of Cotton In tho Interior Towna
not Included in thc Kcccipts.
Augusta and Hambur.January 30
Macon, Geo.January 27
Columbus. Geo.February 6
Montgomery, Ala.January 23,
selma. Ala.February 5|
Memphis, Teno.February 71
Nashville, Tenn.February s|
Port of Charleston, February ia
FIJASES OF TUX: KOON.
tait Quarter. 3d, ll hours, 30 minutes, morning.
New Moon, Utli, 8 hours, 34 minutes morning.
First Quarter. 19;. 1. ll hours. 10 minutes, morning.
Tull Moon, 26th, 6hours. 44 minutes, morning.
BISES. I SETS.
8,Monday....j G..51 5..38 !
OITucsday.... 6. .60 6..38
10iWednesday.! C..49 5..39
lllThursday...' G..48 5..40
12 Friday.j 6..47 5.. 41
Misaturday... C.46 5..42
ll'Suuriay.I 6..45 I 6..4J
4..40 i 5..60
S..32 I 6..36
Sets. I 7..18
6..55 , 7..55
6..48 I 3..33
7..42 i 9.. 7
8..34 I 9..43
Sehr Louisa, Ancrum, Cooper River. 724 bushels
Rough Rice. To F G Cart.
seor A S Deas, trom West Polt,t MiLL 95 tierces
Lice-. To Cohen. Uanckol lc Co.
Steamer City Point, McNelty, Palatkj, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, Savannah, lie. 27 bales Cotton,
kc. To J D Aiken k Co, ? Gr Ca vedo, W M Lawton,
Mon tono A: Co, J U Happoldt, ..?hackelford k Ed y,
W S Southgate, C D Carr lt Co, Pincknev Bro ?. s D
Darlutgion, J P Uredeuberg, H S Harness, J B V?l?
lers, B G k Co, W Fchrenbacb, Gourdin, Matthies
sen k Co, Gibbes k Co, Stenhouse & Co, Order, and
Steamer Planter, White, Clieraw, fl C. 148 bales
Cotton, and Mdse. To -I Ferguson, Mowry k Co. G
W Wilhams k Co, Kirkpatrick k Witte, Graeser, Loe,
Smith k Co, Thurston k Holmes, screven k Nisb.t,
Ot H Walter & CO, Shaokelford lt Kelly. Cleghorn.
Honing k Co, C C White, It H Barney, W H chatte
Roctivcd from Chisotm's Mill-106 tierces Rice, 7
bags Sea Island Cotton. To W C Bee icCo, -J B Prin?
gle, Chisolm Bi oi, W C Courtney k Co, Roper k
stoney, Muller, Nimitz k Co.
Steamship Magnolia, CroweU, Kew York-Rivenel lc
Butt sh bark Msnneguash, Murra -, Liverpool- R
Mute lc Co.
Steamship Magnolia, (.'rowell. Nsw York,
steamship Fa.ooo. Horsey, Baltini re.
Brilisu bark Monncguash, Murray, Liverpool.
Kroin this i'ui t.
Steamship Saragossa, Kyder. New York. Feb 9.
Steamship Manna:tm, Woodhull. New York, Feb 9.
steamship Piom:tneus. Gray, Phi alelphU, Feb 8.
>hip Owego, Post, Liverpool, Feb 8- 21 diys.
Brig Uosla, Sust, Garth-gena. Jau 20.
Sehr Char es E Raymond. Higgins, Boston, Feb 8.
Sci r Abbott Lawrence, Ooer, Providence, Feb 6.
Vp for this Port,
steomsbip Prometheus, Gray, at Philadelphia, to
love Feb 13.
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr < ! S Grove, Weaver, at Baltimore, Feb 9.
?8hr Koro', crocker, at Now York, Feb 9.
S hip nc\vs by Telegraph.
PAV ANSAH, February ll-Arrived, steam yacht As
pinwall. New York; ?hp Britannia, Havre.
Cleared, steamship Fannie and -iii p Japan for Bal .
timor?; sch? George R samers lor RaMin Uiver,
F,a; Edward Kidder tor Banoo; Cattawamteak for
f aulla River; Louisa for Providence.
1 he Brlti?h bark David McNutt. McElbinney. fro m
Liverpool tor Charleston, was oil Great Ormsucad
The sobr TJoiou Flag, Maloney, sailed from Provi?
dence. H I, Frbriury 6. for Riuer's Island, to load
fish guano for Charleston.
LIST OK VKSSKliS
UP, CLEA RED AMD SAILED FOR THIS COhx
Ship R C Winthrop, Stewart, sailed.Jan 22
The Edith Wheelor. sailed.Jan 12
British bork David McNutt, McE;h nny, sid..Jan 18
Bark Harriet F Hussey, Holmes, sailed.Jau 14
British bris Cecilia, Bistrup, sailed.Jan 0
Ship Pacific, Foss, sailed.Jan 4
The Couri-r, Jenkins, sailed.Jan 12
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Jab 25
Behr Koret, Crocker, cleared.Feb 9
Behr ll W Godrrey -, up.Feh 7
sehr Iona,-, t.p.Feb 4
SchrMyiovcr, Brown, cleared.Feb 6
Sctir J S L<-e, (..air. cleared.Jan 23
solir H.-no, < llover, cleared.Fob 0
Sehr Euehau i ress, Covert, cleat ed.Keir 0
Behr Matthew Hcuney,-, up.Feb 1
Sehr D ? H?lse,-, uL>.I'cb 1
behr Muriau, uajio. up.Fob 3
Steaonehlp Prometheus, Gray, to loave.Fsb 13
behr Clara, MuiUr.1, cleared.Feb 5
Steimship Sea Gull, Dutton, silted.Feb 10
Sobr luchel Soaniai, U gh, cleared.Feb 0
Sehr Laura, Coombs up,...-..Feb 8
Sehr C S Grove, Weaver, cleated.Feb 0
LIST OW SHIPPING
In thc Port of Charleston, February ll.
mCfc?XX.4 USD?S 100 TONS, ANO STEAlIEBd COASTING
WITHIN TUE STATE EXCEPTED.
G o'.don Horn, - ions, Blaeklin, at Boyce & Co's
wbaif, ior Ltveipool, loading-R Mure A: Co.
Chainpiou. Illa tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger k Co.
Scotswood (Br), 745 tous, ?eaman.at Boyce's wharves,
for Liverpool, loading-It Mure k Co.
Poaro P.andolit (Spanish), 824 tons, Amengual, at
Atlani ic wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W P Hall.
Richard III, 883 tous, Wood, at Accommodation
whir:, from Liverpool, waiting-Master.
MuBconmis (Br), 791 tons. Groves, at boyce's wharf,
f. om l iverpool, waiting-lt Mare lc Co.
Amelia, 688 tons, Borehaoo, at A' lantic whar.', for Liv?
erpool, wailing-Patterson k Stock.
Graham's Polloy, 759 tons, iiurgess.at Atlantic wharf,
lrom Antwerp, waiting-Patterson ic Stock.
Borneo (Br), 706 tons. Card, at Boyce lc Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-B More k Co.
Lizzie H. 896 tons, Spring, at Brown & Co's wharf
for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros At Co.
W G Pwnam (British), 7U0 tons Bickard, tt Atlantic
wharf, foi Liverpool, loading-Willis k Chisolm.
Olimpia (Spanish?, 481 tons. Pons, at Brown's wharf,
far Kew Yaric, ready-W P Hail.
Agra i Bri i sh), 639 tons, Fallmore, at Vander horst's
wharf, from Liverpool, waiting-Raver el k Co.
EMU ina Fonder (Danish), 364 tons, Krogh, at Atlan?
tic wharves, for Liverpool, loading-Willis k
The Queen (Br), 698 tons, Cook, In the Stream, from
Stranrean, Scotland, waiting-K Mare k Co. 1
Ciscar (Spanish). 261 tons, Oliver, at Brown k Co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Hampden, 160 tons, Gait, In Ashley River, for
West Indias, loading-J A Enslow k Co.
Enrique (Spanish;, 194 tons, Madnena, at Union
wharf, I rom Cienfuagoa, waiting-Mordecai k
Marla (Spanish), 165 tons, Font, at Palmetto wharf,
foi Tarragona, loaning-J A Enslow ic Co.
Morey (Spanish polacrc), 250 tons, Vidal at Brown's
whan, for Baree ona, loading-W P HalL
Rosalia ( -panis h polocre), 689 tons, Mascavo, at Ben?
nett's wharf, tor Barcelona, loading-P J Esnard.
Joven Carmotita (Span), 103 tons, Ro?dos, at Brown
k Co's wu art Lom clenxaogos, walting-W P
W M Nush (Br), 124 tens, McBride, at Southern
whait, from i ?rdenos, waitlrg-WP Fall.
Baltimore Br), - tons. Viadello. in the stream, ft om
Cuba, wai tir g-Risley & Creighton.
Eva M Johnson, 248 tons, Johnson, ia Ashley River,
for Wood's Hele, loading-J ri Robson.
Joe'a'i Whitehouse, 270 tons, Jones, m thc Hoads, for
New York, ready-J A Enslow k Co.
Neliie Carr, 1.13, snowman, in Ashley Biver, for
West I'jflics, loiding-Risley k Creighton.
Robert Caldwell. 466 tons. McCormick, at Adger's
wharves, for Now York, reaay-W Roach k Co.
Emeline ibr), 116 tons, Dodge, at Bennett's wharf,
for Weit Indies, loading-J A Enslew k Co.
J W Maitland, 176 tons, Loighron, in Ashley Biver,
for New York, loading-J A Enslow k Co.
Ada A Andrews, 267 tons, .bobbins, in Ashley River,
fer Bal timora, leading-H F Baker k Co.
Albert Thomas, 400 tons, Rodgers, in Ashley Biver,
for Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A; Co.
Gerti? Len is, - tone, Hodgdon, in Ashley River, for
Baltimore, loading-Screven k Nisbet.
N W Smith, 295 tons. Tooker, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-W Roach k Co.
Shiloh, 270 tons, Hubbard, at Union wharf, from
El Dorado. 74 tons.'J hempson, in Ashley Biver, for
BJ Itimore, loading- *crcvon k Nisbet.
Ida Richardion. 178 toos, Bedell, in Ashley Biver,
for New York, loading-J A Enalow ic Co.
Narraso QS< tt, 310 tons, Edgar, at Palmetto wharf,
from Galveston, repair! g-J A Lns.o.v k Co.
Montrose, 212 tons, Knudson, at Palmetto wharf,
from New Orleans, to bo rep,Ired-J A Enslow
Florence Nowell, 223 tons, Fennimore, at Marshall's
wharf, from Wood's Hole, discharging-J N
Franklin, 295 ton-?, Swain, at Union wharf, from New
York, discharging-T Tupper k sons.
Azelda k Lauru, 109 tons. Mciudoo, at Union wharf,
(rom Baracoa, discharging- Bart k VVirth.
Kanduskeag, Hi tons, Wyatt, at Uuion wharf, from
Now York, discharging-W Roach k Co.
S A Hammond, 211 ions, Wlhy. at Ad-cr's wharf,
lrom Boston, discharging-W Roach k Co.
Vraie, 272 tons, Mosen, at Central whan, for Phila?
delphia, leading-tl F Baker ic Co.
Jonathan aiay. ?26 tons, Neal, at Central wharf, from
bagua la Grande, to bc repaired-H F Baker k
S T Faker, 265 tons. Brewator, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging-W Reach k Co.
Nathaniel Chase, - tons, Small, at Kerr's wharf
fr, in Not falk, Va, discharging-T J Ktrr k Co,
OFFICE No. a 76 KING,
OPPOSITE HA S EL -STREET..
January 27 _3mo
STEdN CIL M a\NJJF ACT0R?
E. H. RODGERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCH. STOCK AN3 DIES,
STEEL LETTERS AM) STAMPS
CHECKS AND TAGS
BRASS AND GURMAN SILVER KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, dtc.
BY THE GALLON OR BARREL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, cVc.
No. 129 EAST BAY-8TRERT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ggj- Call and examine specimens.
January 10_ 3mos
No. 275 KIMi-STRKET.
GOLD ANO TIN FOIL. AMVLGAM?, MINERAL
TEETH, Steel Goods and every article used by the
Dentist. 2mo Januar? 27
rrOUlEg de MACBETH,
No. 36 Uroad-strcct
Charleston. S. C.,
BROK EUS, A UCTIONEEBS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttend to Routing and Collecting of Routs
and purchase and si e of a tocas, Bondi, Gold,
Silver and Heal Es:a:e.
To the Purchase of Gond- aud supplies for parties
in the eeuntry apon rca iou ?b e ;orms.
GKOBOE L. UOI.MES..VLESASDcn MACBETH.
J M P O It Th It a t) K
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, ?c.,
And Dealers in
VUOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. s. coawiN k CO.
jjgyGoods delivered to all parts of the City.
October 21 _
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL
DUUBS, SASHES AND BLINDS,
Charleston, 8. C,
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists E-vcrywIierce
July 28 nao lyv
SOUTH CAROLINA KAILROAlfc
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, ?
CHABLESTON, B. C., March 20,18?*8. I
ON AND AFTEB sui DAY, MARCH 29TH. THB
PASSENGER T?AIN8 of tho Routh Corolin?
Railroad will run os follows :
Leave Charleston.6.30 Vi.
Arrive at Augusta.3.30 P. M.
Connecting with trams for Monti: ornery. Memphis,
nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston.6.?0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.50 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington end Manchester R?tt
road. Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and
Flilt CHARLES'! ON.
Leave Augusta.7...6.P0 A. H.
Arrive at Charleston.....3.10 K .M.
Leave Columbia.6 00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.1U P. M.
AUGUST* NIGHT EXPRESS
I BUND ?TS EXCLPTED.)
Leave Cbarlestou.7.? P. At.
Arrive at Augusta.8-M *. M.
Connecting with trains lor Memphis, Nashville
and flew Orleans, Va Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.10P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.&.LOU A. M.
COLUMBI? NIGHT r.X PRESS.
Leave Charleston.9.40 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 A. M.
Connecting (.-undays excptetO with Greenville atd
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.3? A. M.
SI M M El? VI LL h i KAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 5.10 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A. M
On Mondays, \Vednttda3> and Saturday*.
Leave KingvUle.2.20 P. M.
Arri'eat Camden.5.00.*. M.
Leave Camden.5.1? A*. M.
Arrive st Ringville.7.40 A. Mi
(Signed) U. T. PEAKK,
April 29 (ierieral Sunonutendeiit
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
?aiflh and price.
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drille dr
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please tend for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
.n . , , (265 Broadway, New Tort
Principal j m che8tnat St Phi]at
Warehouses J m ?ank Bt > Cleveland|0
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the .
United Statea * H
FOR S.'.LE B?
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 29 lyr
JJ B. FICKL1N6
HOCKADAXS STABLES AND LOT8
IB oow prepared to keep CATTLE, HORSES and
STOCK of ev. ty dcacripfcn. jheiv 1? a gocd
pump and !argc sueds oa<he lot. I will sell Stock
on small comm SF ion. Imo February 9
BOOK AND JOB
No. 70 Broad-street.
rE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING LOOA! ED AT THE
above alan?), is no- prepared to execute every
description of 150' K AND JUE PUIN'i 1NG.
PAPEB, STATIONERY, ?c., will be kept on hand
C. G. F, RC K MAN*.
Kg- Mr. A. J. BURKE will bc happy to sec his o'd
friends at the ab ;ve stand.
M. L. FILLEY'S
Celebrated Cooiin? Stoves,-?
" PHILANTHROPIST 3 AND " CIVILIAN,
Manufactured at Troy, N. Y., and lor sale by
?, L. FULLERTON,
rilHESE STOVES STAND CNRlViLLED FOE
JL capacity, durability, conveniences and thc gen?
eral purpese* to which Cocking Stoves are used. The
PH IL ANTHROPIsi ie entra hcavj plated, and has
Ash Drawer; can bc made iulo a six boiler hole
?tove; has cast iron Wiicr Tack galvanized, or
enamel lined. A eiricHy urst-class stove. The
CIVILIAN is of a neat des gn, and has a fine larg*.
Oven. '1 his Stove con be had with the extension
Dark, six boles, and ree-rvoir when desired
For further information apply to
D. L. FUL LEB TON,
January 30 Omca Augusta, Gs,