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THE DAILY NEWS.
My Heart is in the Mountains.
Bight nobly flows the River James
From Richmond to the sea,
And many a hallowed memory claims
A tribute of love from me;
But Western Ttnape farther on
Mother of limestoue fountains I
My heart goes back with the setting sun.
My heart, my heart is in the Mountains.
lhere, where th? fringe tree nods hie plume,
Beneath the white pine's shade
There, ?here tho laurel drops hts bloom
O'er many a wild ciscade
There, where the eagle seeks his nest
Mother of limestone fountains 1
list to an exile's prayer for rest
My heart, my heart is in the Mountains.
The wide expanse of the boundless sea,
Is a sight to stir the soul,
And there is a breadth of majesty
In the Western prairie's roll
But give me the heights that milk the clouds,
And gather t he dew in fountains I
Give me the peaks with their misty shrouds
My heart, my heart is in the Mountains.
There's something blank in the landscape here
And tamo bi the water's flow
I pine for a mountain atmosphere
And a crag in the sunset's glow !
King of the Hills I Blue hidge that I love !
Feed still the vaia with fouutains,
From rock and dile and mountain cove
My heart, my heart is ia the Mountains.
UVERPOOL VIA NORFOLK, VA-Fer British ship
Scottwood-CC8 bhls Rosin, 190 tons Phosphate
-NEW YORK-Per steamship Champion-5 bags Sea
Island Cotton. 1742 bales Upland Cotton, 114
faences Rice, 90 bales Yams and Domestics, 93
Charleston Cotton and Klee Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, ?
CsauLESTOH. Saturday Evening. February 13, 'C9. J
COTTON.-*-The dull and depressed condition of
the staple both at Live-pool and New York, kept
buyers out of tbo market or induced them to offer
rates which were, too low to suit the views of sellers,
and business ia this ai tide was at a stand; sales only
14 bales at 29c IS. Uuti! turther developments
quotations cannot bs given.
RICE.-This grain was in fair demand at about
previous rates; sales 166 tierces of clean Carolina, say
39 tierces at 8Kc ; 40 a 8%c; 87 at 8%c ? Us. We
quote common to fair clean Carolina at 8%@8%c;
good 8%@7%c $ lb.
markets by Teiegrapn.
FOREIGN* M ASEE TS.
LOSDOS. Eebrunry 13-Noon.-Consols unching
cd. Bonds, 78.
Eveihng.-Conso's for money, 93; on account,
93%. Bonds quiet and steady at 77%. Stocks steady.
FRANXFOBT, February 13.-Bonds firmer and
higher at 81%.
PARIS, February 13.-Bourse firm. Rentes
LrviEr-ooL, FoVruary 13-Noon.-Cotton dull
uplands. 12%ol2%d; Orleans, 12%al2%d; sales 8000
boles. Breadstuff quiet.
Evening.-Cot on heavy; uplands on the spot and
afloat, 12%al2%d; Orleans, 12%al.%d; sale3 7000
bales. Common rosin, 6s.
Nsw YOBS. February 13-Noon,-Cotton lower at
29% cents. Money easy at 7. Sterling 9%. Gold 35%
Evening.-Money moro active ut Ga?. Sterling 9a
9%. Gold 35%. Governments active end higher.
62's, 14%ali%. Stocks lower and dull and unsettled.
Cotton dull und a % lower. Sales 1000 bales at 29%
cents. Flour unchanged. Wheat a t>.idc lower
Corn 1 cent lower. Whiskey a shade firmer. Mees
pork a shade firmer at $32 60a'33. Lard qu'et; kettle
2Oa20%. Naval Stores and groceries quiet Freights
BALTIMORE, February 13.-Cotton nominal Flour
more active but unchanged. Wheat firmer; prime
redS2 25a2 35; fair to good $1 75al 83. Corn firm;
white 93a94; yellow 92. Oats and rye firm. Pork
quiet at $33 50a34. Bacon and lard unchanged.
CINCINNATI, Februa-.y 13.-Flour and com dull.
Whiskey steady at 96. Provisions dull and heavy.
Mess pork $32 60. Bacon dull. Shoulders 14 !?al4%.
Clear sides 18. Snstr-cored hams 17al7*?. Lard'
T^TTTUVTTT.T, February 13.-Mess pork $33. Lard
20%. Shoulders 14%; clear sides 18%.
WILMINGTON, February 13.-Spirits dull at 53
Rosin dull Crude turpentine quiet at $2 05.3 20.
Tar steady at $2 75. Cotton dull.
AUOUSTA, February 13.-Cottou very dull. Sales
140 bales. Receipts 300 hales. Middlings 27 % c.
SAVANNAH, February 13.-Cotton dull and nomi?
na; middling 28 %; sales 450 bales; exports coast?
wise SB44, Liverpool 1750; receipts 2655.
New ORLEANS, February 13.-Cotton unsettled
and nominal; middling 28>?a28%; sales 1600 bales;
receipts ?316; exports 4**04. Gold 35%. Sterling
46%a47. New York sight par a% discount. Sugar
active and higher; com a. on 10%all; priaie 14%a
14%; yellow clarified 15%. Molasses active and
. higher; prime 72%a75. .
Interior Cotton Mai-keti.
OB ANGE BURG. February 14.-Sales l'or the weok
203 bales. We quote : Ordinary 26%; tjood ordina?
ry- ; low middling 27; middling 27%; strict mid
' diing -.
ANDERSON, February 10.-Cotton easy at 25 to
UNION, February 12.-Crttoa 27%. Sales 233
SUMTEU. February 10.-lhere has been about 175
bales said during the week ending tho 10th lestant.
Th? market closing active and firm. We quota : Or?
dinary 27%e ; g od ordinary 28%c ; low midd'?*?*
,28%c; miduhog 29c; strict midd.ing 29%o.
" CHEBAW. February IL-Sales this week 141
bales at 20a28%c. ihe demand has been good
throughout the week, but at the < loso prices a frac?
tion lo *er. We quate 26a27J?c to- d ay.
A BB EVIL LT. February 12.-Sales of the week 130
bales, closing firm at 27.
COLUMBIA, February 13 -Tho demand ta cot
ton has been very brisk during tba past week, aud
prices are vcr.' firm at 2S,L<c toe ml diing. The s des
of the week were 1072 bale* as follows: 4 at 27; 6 at
27% ; 5 ? at 27 ?? : 94 at 27% ; 339 at 28; 61 at 28,%' ; 231
at 28%; 209at 28%; '.2 at 28%c.
MACON, ? ebruary 12.- Ibo market opened steady
this morning at 27c; Wiz far the bsst. Towards
noon it was very dud. and M eontauued to the close.
We quote 27c tor middlings; rec ipts to-day 213 bales ;
shipments338 bales; sa.'cs 475 bales.
MONI GO M ERY, February 12.-Montgomery mar?
ket quiet at 27c, and very Utile doing.
SELMA, February ll.-Market quiet with no de?
WILMINGTON, February 13.-tURPENTINE
Market st-., dy. Sales of 1672 bois at ?3 2J Tor soft,
and $2 for hard, $ 280 lb?.
SPIRITS TURP?N IINK-Q net. and only 20 bbls
changed hands at 53c per gallon.
No sades reported in rosin and cotton.
TAL-2U0 bbls received and sold at 32 75 "& LbL
Savannah Weekly C. itt on Market.
SAVANNAH, February !L- Our market during
the first part of tho wonk exhibited great excitement,
the sales of Saturday bo ng the largest ever chron?
icled in the annals of the city, and were ev. u greater
than reported, somu p irties going as high as 90: 0
bales as about covering tbe actual trausfors of cotton.
Prices were on that day paid which have scarcely
been mati.taiued, although our hold, rs have h.ea
jinn even under a much quicker tono ou thc part of
buyers. 1 o day tacto- s ar? finn and tales are conse?
quently small We reached 23}? thu ?eek aud dow
at 23% for middling, with few tellers at that figure,
tho low r grades belog cheaper relatively and com?
manding u>ore att- ntion. Wo quote middling 28% ;
low middling 28%; good ordimjry 27%c.
Tho receipts -mee our last have beeil 398 Dales sea
islands and i2.8U bales uplands, -gainst ISO bales
sea Islands au'.i 21,775 bales uplands sameperixl last
year. Exports-fo1 eiyn none; coastwis . 3i7 bales of
sea islands and 6303 bales upiuuds, tigi>nst233.bales
sea islands and 2J.633 bales uplands corresponding
week last year. Of this amuuut - bales uplauda
and 94bales sea island rave been -'through" cottons
to Char.e-to u. ?ales of tbo. vt eek 12,514 b les.
SEA IRLANDS-The receiota of lona utaole cotton
since our last report amouut lo 398 b g<, of winch G3
were from Florida, by coat, and 33i from the islands
and by the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, a d ot these
289 bags we a Florida cottons. T ho shipments have
been 317 dags to Europe, the North, and ? through"
- In sea is.mid s there has boen somewhat of a cessa?
tion of demand, aud uuless at a concession from the
extreme prices ot the last few weeks, it wa- hard lo
induce buvexs to take bold ; however, any slight de?
cline would bring purchasers in. We havu some
very fine cot tona offered, but are held hi h, say at
$1 20&1 30 9 lb. We quote as bet?re : Commons 70;
medium SO ; fine medium 90 ; fine $1 10 and up?
BICE.-The receipts of tho week have been 7809
bushels, making a total of 290,556 bushels since
September 1st. btock ot clean rice '130 tierces. ?he
receipts show a decided toling off during tho past
ween, and it is presumed that they wil continue to
do BO for the balanoe of ibis season. The business
has been fair aud prices remain Arni wi tu un upward
tendency, btock of clean is light VTe quote rough
.at$2a2 35 depending uoon quality, und clean at 8%
f&Q for '-lalx" to .. good."
Boston Weekly Market.
BOSTON, Febunary 10.-COFFEE-There ts very
litte doing in coffee, the sales having been confined
to small lots. We qnole sales of Java, In ."mall lots,
at 23c, gold; Kio at 19i22c, curroocy. St Domingo
is scarce and prices aie nomin .!. Ali of this descrip?
tion in New York is about to ;be shipped to Europe.
By auction, 1162 mats /ava, partially damaged, at
COITON-This article has had its usual ups and
downs the past week, but closes firm atan advance of
aboutie per lt. lie recepta haveheen quit* laree,
mostly on manufacturers' account lhere bas been
a fair demand, with sales at 27%a23 tor ordinary,
28%a29 for good ordioary, 29%a30 for low middling,
and 30%a31c per lb for middling, including uplands
and Gulf, elosing quiet but firm at these i r ces.
DOMESTICS.-The od van e in cotton has imparted
a decided upward tendency to all Mud* of cotton
goods, and higher piices are generally ashed. The
business has beon ii cht jibbers having purchased
sparingly. Woolleu goods continue quiet but all
desirable styles are held at full prices, and a good
brade is expected.
FISH.-Demand for codfish steady, but salo con?
fined to small lots as wauted by the trade. We
quota sales of msdiom and targe, including all
kinds, at $7 50a8 25. the latter price for Gorges; and
small at S* 5 aO per q'l. In hake there have been
sile3 at S2?5a2 5C. loose, and $3 per qtl, packed;
and pollock ut $2 15xs per qtl. lu mackerel there
is very little change. Stork light and very full
prices continue to be obtained. Tue sal- s lave
been at S-7a27 53 for So. 1 Bay, and S23a23 50 for
shore. Alewivos have beet quiet and prices nomi?
nal. In pickled ht mug sales rit So 50a9 per bbl. tor
common and L .brador. Box herring aro selling at
C0a40c tor No. 1 and scaled. In seimon, sales of CO
tierces at S30a3l per tierce.
GUNU? CLOTH-Market firm with a good demand ;
sales ' i? 1000 bales ai 21c currency, and 125 bales to
arrive at 9>jC gold, in bond. The market is firm at
the close at 21a2i %c currency.
G?NNE BAOS-Fair demand and market firm with,
sales ot 300 bales at 16%al7c currency.
NAVAL MORES-WO notice more inquiry for spirits
turpentine, with sales of 3'JO bbls at 59aGlc per gal?
lon cash. Tar is quio', with sma'l sales a: S4a4 50
per bbl. In rosin there have been sales ol' 2000 bbls
common and straiaed at $2 SO-3 20 per bbl. Fitch
BICE.-The market is qui'e firm for rice, with
sales of Carolina at 9Jial0^c per ib. Tho bulk ol'
the stock is held for higher prices. In New York
large sales of Rangoon in bond at S3 50a3 62%0 per
100 lbs, gold.
TEAS -The demand for teas is cood and the mar?
ket sustains full prices. Spccuktiv; inquiry and the
sales bave been larger than tor some previous weeks.
Oolongs aro in demand, with sales of 2a3000 half
chests at prices ranging from 72aSl 20c, as to quality.
Japans have been in demand and some 40u0 hall
ahests have been sold to some on private terms ; and
small lots to the trade at. 82a$l 15 tor common to
Sue-?t. Souchongs aro in good demand with sales at
?oal 25..as to quality.
Consignees per Sou tn I'aiolma Kallroatf
.7* bale3 Cotton, 10 bales Domestic3,1C33 bushels
Slain, L cars Stock. To Railroad Agent, Pclzer. Rod
mnaVOo. J S Schirmer. G H Hoppock, Reeder k
Davis, Frost 4 Adger, Ihurston & Holmes, John?
ston, Crews ? Co, \V c Courtney & Co, A l> MuUi
iran. J R Pringle, Graeser k Smith, O Phillips, Gold?
smith k Son, G W Steffens k Co, Campsen k Co,
consignees per Charleston and Savan
- nab. Railroad, February 13.
Cotton. Rice, Mdse, Atc. To Fraser k Dill, G Hey
ward. J W Lewis, L Jeuuins, J Livingston, J1; Prin?
gle, W C Cour; ney k Co.
Per steamship Champion, lor New York-T Gray,
B O Ma?ldin. P Connor. A Belford. E Hamer, M Mo?
uthy, M Devoe. B Flynn, P Mccliucbiu. A ? Har?
rington, C R Chadwick, J Nix, Muster Nix, A l.cng
Per steamship garagoss3, jrom New York-Mts6
Si M Beiden, Mis?t' Eonnard. S Golding, O Loreatz,
?i VTzuaaskl, E Sileox. B F Farrar, R Begg3, 1 K
ratheart, N L Macray, H Weiskopf.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jaekaon
rille, Fernandina, kc-N B Darling, E Bulloch,
Sary, S C Remit gton, S G Lowi3 and wife. T W Hol
oway, E T i bornas. Mrs W Rutherford. Master
[iutherf ai d. Miss Kennington, D J Wilcox, Mr Good
rear, wife and child. C D Beckworth, Dr Evie and
?.dc, H is Lottcrer. W B akc, Miss Ten Eyck, C
ten Eyck. C T Mitchel], H Wilson. J H Bass aud
?vife, C C Coe, A Masquai, E Licoonett, J Beckteil.
5 R Davidson. A Jam JS. Mr Stubbs, W steele, Mr
francis, wife and daughter. Captain P McCormick,
? Hamilton, and 18 on deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, Savannah via Beaufort'
bilton Head and Blufften-0 Anderson, J Thomas
u~is8 Capers, J H Newton. Mrs Ficklin, Miss Ficklin,
I Rotham, L B McCauls, W F Hyde, J Whaley, E
iVhalcy, and 23 ou deck.
Port of Charleston. February 10
ruAsrs OF THE MOON.
.ist Quarter. 3d, ll hours, 36 inmutes, morning,
lew Moon, llth, 8 hours, 31 minutes, morning.
?..mu?..mn, ni....... ie-.......
ull Moon. 26tb, G hours. 44 minutes, morning.
RISES. I SETS
5!Moud;tv....l C..44 5..44 9..27 ! 10..21
ClTuesdav....! C..41 5..45 10. .23 10..58
7iWeduesday.' C..42 5..45 ll..17 | ll..42
8 Tb.trs?a v...; 6..41 i C..46 Morn. .Morn.
9 Friday.."...; G..40 j 8..4T? I2..14 12..38
0 Saturday... G..33 5..48 1..M 1..30
ll?uuda?. 6..38 I 5..49 I 2..ll 2..31
Sehr Emma, Mcgrath. Combahce. 2109 bushels
tough Bice. To WCBeci Co.
scbrA S Deas, from West Point MiU. 89 tierces
lice. To Cohen, Handsel k Co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Peck, Savannah via Beaufort,
lluffiou ana Edisto. 2 pockets Cotton, OG bags Cot?
on Seed, and Mdse. To J Ferguson. W M Lawton,
[irkpatrick k Witto, Flue ?ney Hms, A Wcllcrton, W
I Bird k Co. S Fripp. Eavenul & Co, Hopkins, Mc*
'herson ? Co, L B McC inls, Sallie Ba-nes, Southern
Express Co, ? C Adams
Steamship Saragossa, Rydfr. 'New York-left
hursday, PM. Mdse. To Ravcnel 4:Co, Railroad
igcnt andrews & salvo, G W Almar, J" D Aiken k
'o, J Buck k Co, Bolhnanu Bros, Q ? Brown, T W
Hiss, Drown k H vcr, W Brookbank*, berbusao k
iurekmycr, H Bischoff k iio. E Bates k Co, A Bis
hoff, Bisseil k Co, Ca neron, Barkley k Co, L Cha
liu k co, W Carrington k Co. Cnarlcston Lily Raii
oad. W H Chutee k Co, H Cobii it Co, Crane. Boyl
ton k Co, G Drover, Denny A: ferry. Douglas k Mil?
er, Dowie k Moise, O L Elliott, G D Franeke. E I H
.ischer, Fogartie's Book Store, Forsyth, McConiJ ts
10, ? Fata, J S Fairly k Co, J M Greer, Gocd.ich,
Viucmm ? Co. G H Grn'jcr. D B Haselton, JHeese
r. .n k B. other, N A li nut, Hart & Co, Holm Book
itore, H Hems, Joso Jara. JoToida & Co. Johnston,
!rews Jk Co, FKrc-ssell, Kirkpatrick k Witte. Kliuci?.
Viekenbergfc i'o. Kin-man k Biother, Kinapaux k
.annean, 1 1? Lyiord, J H Murray, U Madaec, Mur
>hy k Little, Mci oy k Rice, Muutouc k Co. Muller,
iimltz 4: Co, Itaehrnnii & Co. A Nachman, J s Pier
on k Co, N K Railroad, D O'Neill, B O'Neill. W tf
'aldon,,i II Pringle, O F Pankina, J * Quactenbiteh,
taveueli Holmes, W P Russell k Co. li ii ISuasoU,
i W streub ti i o, L schnell A.- co, tl louken, J li
ipear, G W Steffens ?: Co. Mol', Webb & Co, W -licp
ier.1, G Schwartz, H Steuder, G Symmoa. C Vuhit.
-VG Trott, W L Webb, Mrs S W .tts. Walker. Lv.ins
c Cogswell, Willis i: Chlsolru. W J Yale-, Z'lgbauiu,
i - 'tm-' & Co. On the Uhh instant, at 4 A M, passed
teamshipMagnolii; 12 M. sKai?"rW 1' Cl vdu; 1 p
11. i-ieamer H Li%ing5tou; :' P M, sicamor Falcon -
Sehr ilyrover, Urryra, >'.;w York-3 days. Mdse,
"o W Roach k Co, At?tii, D.-mjit k Co, J E Adger
e Co, G H Browu, H Brown, W M Bird it Co. H Uis
?hoff & Co, A B sch off, i M Bristol!, BoUmann Bros.
Cameron. Barkley k Co, Crane, Boylstou & Co, H
Jobia s Co MuDuff -'ohon, J Cumpscu St Co, Dowie
? Moise, J B Duval & son. Goodrich. Winemau &
To, J K Heath. Hart k Co, Holmes k Calder. J W
larnsson, Jennings, Thomlinsou St Co, Jeffords &
lo, W Knobeloch, b Klatte & < o, King & Gibbon, C
.illienthal, A Laoser, Murphy k Lulle. B U .Mc?
dowell, Mercantile Co-operative association, J F
)'NeiU AT Son, B O'Neill, C P Poppcnnoim, Railroad
i gout, Thurstou i Holmes. D H cilcox, W Shepherd,
i sieghng. E B Stoddard k Co, D B Vincent, F vou
.auten. R k A P Caldwell. Chisoim Bros. T J Kerr .v.
"o. ll Klitte ic Co, Ostendorff t Co, D Paul s Co. W
, Webb, G W Williums i Co, J U Wohltmano, W G
Vhi dcu k Co, L Weiskopf. Paul, Welch k Brandes.
. Walsh, Werner & Ducker, Wagcuer & Mousues, ?
i Wbite. s Yeadon, .Major Alden, K BaU's & Co, -
?artinklo, and Order.
Sehr Johu Allon, -. Norfolk, Va-5 days.
lats. To the Mas er. Bound to bavanaah ard put
a for a harbor.
Steamer Dictator, Coxettcr, Palatka via Jackson
lue, Fernandina, and savannah. 9 balea Cotton, 2
ibis r-ugar, Mdse, Aie. Te J D Aikeu ?: Co. Railroad
igeut. Fraser k Dill, G ti lngr.thain k ^ou. W li
Vii,lams ?: Son, Piucknoy Bros, L.eui P'ckcu, J A
?a.slow k Co, A Pa quil, X H Jerv-y, J Salvo.
Cleared Saturday. #
ileamahip Champion, Lockwood, New Y'ork-James
Adger ? Co.
iritlsh sui J Sco'.swood. Yeaman, Liverpool via Nor
lo k, Va-R Muru & Co.
?ritisu bri? Wm Nash, McBrido, Earbados, W I
Risley k Creighton.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York,
spanish ship Pearo Piaudodt, Ameugual, Liverpool.
1- rom lliis Port.
:team=hio Magnolia, Crowoll, Mow York, Feb 14.
iehr Mattie E Taber, Cook, Hew York, Feb ll.
Vp for this Port.
Brig Adelaide, Wil?on, at New York, Feb II,
Cleared for tbis Port.
Sehr D C H?lse. Hildreth, at New York, Fob H.
Sehr Marv D Haskell, Barbour, at Boston, Feb 10,
via Wood's Hole.
Schi C F Mayo, McMillan, at Baltimore, Fob ll.
Sehr Annie Barton, Friok, at Philadelphia, Feb 10.
The Fn tish bark David ile Nutt, McElhenny. from
Liverpool for Charleston, was spoken January 24th,
m lat 60, lon 9.
The sehr Irene E Messervay, Will, from Boston
tor Georgetown, S C, arrived at Holmes'Hole Feb?
PORT OF BDCBSVILLE, S. C., TO FEBRUARY IL
February 3-Brig Julia E Avery.
February 4-steamer J- B staples.
February 6-Brig Mary E Daua, O'Neill, for Bath,
Februarv lu-Sehr Jesse Hart, Pearson, for Bath,
Sbipnews by Telccrrapb.
NEW YOEE, February 13-Arrived, Aspinwall from
Panama, with $250,000.
February li-arrived, steamships Alabama, Mag?
nolia and bhsrmm.
WHJHSOTOK, February 13-Cleared, Gary for Bal
SAVANNAH. February 13-Arrived, steamships Hat.
toras from New York; America from Baltimore; bark
Cyclone from Boston > schrs David Collins from Bal?
timore; Vlrmnia md Tharne? from New York.
Cleared, bark J L Tburmann for Liverpool; steam?
ers Wvominc for Philadelphia; Huntsville and San
Jacinto for New York; sehr Robert Palmer for Wil?
HST OP VKSSKLS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR 'HUS POh,
Ship R C Winthrop, Stewart, sailed.Jan 22
The Edith Wheeler, sailed.Jan 12
British bark David McNutt, MeEihinny, sid. .Jan 18
Bark Harriet F Hussey, Holmes, sailed.Jan 14
British brig Cecilia, Bistrup, sailed.Jan 0
Ship Pacific, Foss, sailed.Jan 4
The Courier, Jenkins, sailed.Jan 12
Sr hr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Jan 25
Sekt Mary D Haskell, Barbour, cleared.Feb 10
Brig Adelaide, Wilson, np.Fob ll
Sehr D C H?lse, Hildretb, cleared.Feb ll
Sehr Eoret, Crocker, cleared.Feb 9
Sehr H W Godfrey -. up.Feb 7
Scbr Iona,-, up.Feb 4
behr H? no. Glover, cleared.Feb fi
Sehr Enchantress Covert, cleared.Feb 0
Sehr Matthew Hcnney,-, up.Feb 1
Sehr Marian, Gage, up.Feb 3
Steamship Prcmetheus, Gray, to leave,.Feb 13
Scbr Clara. Mulford. cleared.Feb 5
Sehr Annie Barton, Fnnk, cleared.Feb 10
Sehr Rachel Seaman, High, cleared.Fob 0
Scbr Laura, Coombs up.Feb 8
Sehr C s Grove, Weaver, cleared.Feb 9
Sehr C F Mayo McMillan, cleared.Feb ll
Jil} ?00115, (?tf.
FURCHGOTT & BROS.
Who CES ALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG IO INFORM T HE LADIES ANT) OUT!
Customers in gonoral. ?bat we have Just re?
ceived (in add it'on to our usual stock of DOMESTIC
and FANCY GOwiLS), a new supply suitable fer the
CLOAKS, DRY GOODS, POPLINS, kc, at reduced
H?.avy Balmoral Skirts atS112
Very choice ortfclo Block Silk SI 80, worth S2 09
Ladies' enper Merino Vests ouly SI
A lot ol line Piano Covets which wiU be sold less
150 dozen HOOP SKIRTS, 50 to (?Oe
A lot ol Photograph Albums. 75 coots
Ottonh<-imor*s celebrated Frenen CORSET, il 00
A full and complete assortment of Gorman and Eng?
lish HOSlLlt?.frcm lSJ? up
A fine a- sort naen t ot' Ladies' and Children's Silk. Ber?
lin Cloth and Lisle GLOVES, elegant designs,
A good selection o?
BLANKETS, COMPORTS, QUILTS
TABLE DAMASKS, ?c.,
At tho lowest figures.
We would also notify our patrons that H? have ar?
ranged a separate department m our Store exclu?
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.
US- ENTRANCE ON CALHOON-STREET.
KL' KC I?GUTT ?Si BROS.,
. yo. ?37 nirtu-arrtccx.
December 14 Smo
MILLS & GIBB,
No. ?V2 Broadway, New York.
INVITE Ti TE ATTEN I TON OF60UTHERN MER?
CHANTS to theic splendid stock of
LACES ANB LA?E GOODS
L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS
NAPKINS, ?fcc., &c.
AU imported direct from the Manufacturers,
and offered to the trado at (ho LOWEST
TRICES and most FAVORABLE TERMS.
Jan uar}'19 nao Imo
Q IL li A T A T T If. ACTIO N
QULNBY'S & CO/S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHlBlllc" TH:: LARGEST ASO
liuc-t Collection ot CU ROMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
Ken in Charleston. They aro perfect copies of cel?
ebrated Works of Art. both ancient and modern.
Amone ibo collection may bu found SALVA I Ot!
Ki ISA'S H li AD Oaf CHRIST, Oorreggo'* Magdalene.
A. Delacroix's lido Goin; Out, A. Delacroix's 'Tide
Coming In, Turner's Venice, Jackson's English
Scenery, Howbottom's English Scenery, Baxter's
English aud Irish Scencrv, Views on the Killuc, '1 he
June, fraud, ibo Wetterhorn, Marino Views, aud
The public are respectfully invited to call ami see
th^se beautiful Works ul Art, They are offered for
Bale at Nev,- York prices.
Great reduction in thc prrco P?RCL'T.AIN PIC?
TURES. Roceut improvements in producing these
pictures enable us to uow offer tho at nearly one
half tho former prices, and lar supe. or. Call and
OUR CARTES DE VISITE AND OTHER
PLAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
Especial attention given to children. .Also to copy?
ing old Daguerreotypes and other picturef. Satisfac?
tion in all cases guaranteed, and al pri?es to corres?
pond with the times.
OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At ti educed Prices.
A fine collection of
STEREOSCOPIC VIEW3 OF THE MOUN?
TAINS IN HOB! H CA BOLINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER.
These aro the first and only Photographs ever taken
in that locality,
(i 1' J N U V ?ti V U"
No. 231 KING->TRiiET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
February 15 . IC
Jg D W A it D DALY ,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 83 Warren-strcct,
PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THC PUR?
CHASE of all kinds ot MEBOH ?NDISE. Boots,
Shoes. Hats, Ca s and Trunks, Li.d Straw Goods a
Consignments of aU kinds of Staple Articles and
gonoral Produce solicited.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Late of Charleston, S. C.
Weekly Price Currents eent free by pose
January 28 fimoa
AV H AT BUICK POMEROY DID WRITE
AND WHAT HB DID NOT WRITE.
Eight o'clock, and he ie not here yat 1 How
dreary thia little room coes se ena, and I am BO lone?
some 1 Ten o'clock; How I wish ho would come.
It is so lonely herc with tho children asleep 1 Ouca
ho loved to stay with mc, but now, alas I Twelve
o'clock, and I am se tired, I cannot sleep 1 My
heart aches and grows sad. I am growing old, per?
haps. May he my face is not as fair as once, hut my
heart is as warm, though it is often sad.
ABE YOU DYSPEPTIC,
Nervous, jaundiced, low spirited, weak, or are you
sick and don't know what ails you; then try Planta?
tion Bitters and our word for it, it will rare you.
What csarms can he find in that foul-ecented
room, by that dusty table, cutting and dealing those
dusty cards, filling himself with poison, tainting his
breath, ruining his mind, undermining his ton-,tit j
hon, planting seeds of disease, squandering his
mcney, clouded with smoke, tired with excitement.
Is th's happiness ? is this life ? Ie this our mission?
Oh 1 I am so tired, do coxe home.
This delicious cordial and fine tonic is now hailed
by thousands as the great health giver and re?
storer. Resolve to buy a bottle, and don't sleep on
it. Be wise in time. Sold by all druggists.
"DO YOU GO DOWS TOWN TO-NIGHT, MY PET ?"
'.No darling, I have labored enough to-day. Why
should I flee from home, trom happiness, from thee?
Lifo is full short to love- too short to squander. I
lovethepbot?graphof my I cart toe well. No dar?
ling, my heart is here; Lere lttmekeepit company."
Are always pure, reliable. They are strengthening
and Invigorating, and are Exhausted Nature's great
restorer. As an agreeable and pleasant took and
appetizer, they cannot bc excelled.
THES WHO ABE RICH, .
Are they who mind their own business. Find a hap.
py man or woman, and th? affairs of another trouble
them but a little. Ii is none of your business if the
minister kisses ono of thc sisters, or one of thc sis?
ters thus 8 ilutes tho minister. It cannot effect you
when a mau you know rails on a pirl you don't know,
or one you do. What if thor.- is kissing behind the
door, in tunnels, and when thc night is dark at thc
vest?bulo of the 'horeb, or even ever thc gate. Would
you not do thc same thing if thc chance was offered ?
A WINE CLASS F?LL
Of Plantation Bitters, taken three times a day, before
each meal, will make thc flame of Ufe again burn
brightly, and illuminato a onco wrctcho^pxistenre.
For ladies it is a2 elegant and gentle stimulant, just
such as they require.
"l WENT TO THE LAND OF STEADY HABITS."
I wanted to haut1 several "bricks" down to pos?
terity, end was ' J by father that with a New Eng?
land girl tor a wi^e, I could raise more children, grow
more onions, sain more eels, sing more psalms,
know mote of what was going on in the neighbor?
hood, hear more scandal, sleep less nights, have
more relatives, eat more beaus, love myself and hate
others more, and get more out of ii dollar, than any
other sort of woman ia this happy country so-called.
PLANTATION BI TTEBS.
Is made from puro -t. Croix Rum and Calisaya
Bark (known the world over for its curative proper?
ties), and will fortify the syst m against disease,
canned by change of water and diet. If you are in?
clined to dyspepsia, iry it. If you have thc chills
and fever, or any ki mired disease, by all means take
Plantation Billers. They oro sold by all druggists
AND HE HAD A FEMALE CHILD,
Whose name was Heta Bright water, and who was
twenty-';nu years old; who wore red stockings, red
garters, metal tipped sho?s, creen spectacles, and
the prettiest rod hair tho world ever se: eyes ou or
into. Hexa, a true New EDg'.aud gal, chewed wads of
pine gum. ard sweetened her biolh with onions.
Hexa wasn't so much handsom-r thau a doll as to
make tho toll faint, but she was intelligent; in fact, in?
telligence was her best hold bul one; sho was great
on malting baby garments, and had her trunks full,
packe i away, that she might bc reidy us willing
wheu thc evil hourdrow nigh, as she trusted it would
from year to year.
IF THE LADIES BOC KNEW 1
What thousands of them aro constantly relating
to us, we candid]] believe ona half ol thu weakness,
prostration an.l els tress experienced h.-'th eui would
.i.'.irns mr.sn, E^Q.,
No. lal) West First-.-treet, New Yorl;, says he
has three children. Tho tlr^t two ure weall and
pury, tis wi.e having been unable lo nurse or
attend them; hut shu has taLou Placation Bit?
ters for tho hut ten years, aud has a child now 18
mouths old. which she his nursed aud re ired her?
sch, aud bath arc henty and well. Plantation B.t
ters i* invaluable to mothcu.
VALTEIl, MY BOY,
Here comes a mau who was once rich. Ho had
irio'ds, aud money, and a loving family, and posi?
tion, and h. fl nen ce, and solf-respecl. and integrity,
and a future ol' usefulness before bim. Bur, my
boy, h e don't look like it now. He wan elected to an
important olDcc. Ho forgot tho lessons his good
mother laugh! him, and was asked by desiening
politi.daus to adi his vote to a part, of swindlers; Le
could not for tho life ol' lum give articulation to that
Lit;lc word, and so he loll.
E0W0FTEX DO W?. HEAT. THE COMI'LAINT.
From mother anil frthor, that thc HOI, ar daughter is
i.otweil; that thoyhavo no appetite; that they feel
Lnguid; that Ute head achej a 1 thc timo; that they
arc grewm: th;;i and fcoblo, and thal they havo no
lifo nor oi.org/ lolL And tho q icitioLS are often
asked, Y.'hat Miall I do l'or t'ai m ? Wirt shall I givo
them? Ourausvvei'is, let :h. m try PlanuiHc^ Bit?
ters noderalcly, three bmca a day, and our word
for it they will recover.
AND ILERK VAXTEU, IS A YOUNG MAN,
Just like you and us, my boy. Ho has wit, sense,
education, in'elligpnce, friends, ambition, and is
loved. He has a knowledge of tho world, acquired
by mixiug with itspeoplo Be has ambition and
the same He'd In which to win henor. f imo and dls
tinetion, as had Franklin, Fulto'J, Morse, and a host
of others. He ls naturally snort, hut, Valter, iny
b y, as he meets us do you Be? tho exe?s of mois?
ture in his eyo. the little puffy ridge under lt, the
gradual turning of tho beanC/ul comer? of the
mouth, his mother so loved to kiss. Those, my boy,
tell a sad talc of carly shipwreck, of diseaso, of pre?
mature death, of neglected and squandered gifts.
December 7 ly
it??flperij, Castings, (Six.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FTJBNISHINQ
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COEN
MILLS, SUGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of an sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from C to
IC feot in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand.
power, Saw and Bice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of aU descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, Oe., dc,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIS1 AND FOUNDER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
CEART.F.STON, 8. C.
LEATHER AND ROBBER
Rivets and Burs
Belt Hooks, &c.
FOR SALE BY
^tVJVI. M. BIRD & CO.,
N o. 203 E AST BAT,
CHARLESTON, 3. C.
Jannary C ' 3mo
PIONIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TA TL LOR & CO.,
CAMERUN ?i CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &C.
Nos. 4, C and 8 PRITCIIARD-STREE1,
(NEAR THE DEY. DOCE),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAK ENGINES AND BOILERS-ILA RI E,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING,
LEON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OR
We guarantee to furnish ENGINE i and BOILERS
of as good quality and power, and at as low rates as
can bc bad in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low-water Detector.
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FRO'I LOW WATER IN
REPAIR'S PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
February 1 DAC 3mos
TO RICE PLANTERS.
WAG ON LR & MATIHEWES1 IMPROVED
Just received by ibo subscribers, who ?ire asents for
this State of these practical aed successful
TB ET ABE ALSO AGENTS FOR
THE BUCKEYE MOWER AND REAPER
LOMBARD'S HAND 1UJE HULLER
BECKFORD & HUFFMAN'S G E AIN
DRILL-with Guano attachment
THE DOUDLE CYLINDER COTTON GIN
FOLSOM'S HAND-SOWING MACHINES
ALLEN'S HAND Po WEB,
Which they offer at Manufacturer's prices, together
with a largo assortment of Ploughs ol all Makers.
COLLINS' STEEL I'LOUGHS-onc aad two
BRINLY'S STEEL PLOUGHS-otic and two
AMES'PLOUGHS OF ALL KINDS,
And Agricultural Implements. Hardware, Bar Iron
J. E. ADGEK & CO.,
Nb. 139 MEETING-STREET AND No. C2
CHARLESTON, S. C.
February 3 wfmlmo
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR
NEB OF ITEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November ?0 fmwEmos
IQ'OUTB, STEELE di WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STATIONERY. PERFUMERY, OUTLBRl
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, ic, kc,
Ko. ZG7 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. B. STEELE. C. 0. NOB TH,
A. W. WARDELL, Ja. New York.
January 25 _Imo
/-^EU. H. HOPPOCK,
Charleston, 8. C.
P. GADSDEN HABRLX. ?mos September 21
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Orgauized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeitable.*
Hali Loan Taken. No Notes Required.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in force.A.$25,000,800
Annual Income. 800,000
Loases Paid.- 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. Y. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
L. McADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FTJDICKAB, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dn, New York. E. V. HATJGHWOUT, Firm E. T. Haughwoot &
Hon. JAMES HABPEE, Firm Harper &? Bros., Co.
ex-Mayor New York. Wit. WELKENS, Firm W. Wilkens ? Co.
JOHN J. CHANE, President Bank Republic JULTOS H."PIIATT, Merchant.
Wx. T. HooKEB, Wall-street. WM. W. WEIGHT, Merchant;
WM. M. YEBMILYE, Banker (Vermilye & Co.) CHAS. J. STARS, Merchant. j
CHAS. G. ROOKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
Company: GEO.. W. CU?LEB, Banker, PalmYra, N. Y.
Hon. GEORGE OPDYKE, ex-Mayor of New York. GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire In
MTNOT C. MORGAN, Banker. surance Company. '
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney & Co. JOHN H. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
BENJ. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Steam WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner 5th Avenno and
Sugar Refining Company. JPwenty-tbird-street.
AARON ARNOLD, Firm of Arnold. Constable & Co. EDWARD H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowne, .Law- GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
yera. W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
. Dr. T, UK ENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON, ?
January 12 Cmo nao Office No. ."333 King-Street, Charleston. S. C. !
WJVL JVC. IBIIR/ID & CO.,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURE RS AND DEALERS IV
WHITE UIU, ZL! TUMS, COLORS, TOMBS,
Paint Brushes, Window Glass, Oils bf ali kinds. ?. I
PEOPR1ETOE3 OF THE PAVOB1TE BRAND OF M
BRILLIANT PETROLEUM OR KEROSENE OIL; ARTISTS' AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS. |
AGENTS FOR HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES
MARVIN'S FIRE A IT D BURG LA. R - P ROOF SA F EIS..
No. 203 EA8T BAY-STREET, CHARLESTON, 3. C. .
January 4 nao 8mo
paints, ?ils, Cte.
CAMERON, B?RKLEY & CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
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 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REPINED NEAT8FOOT OIL
800 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CU.,
North caft corner Meeting and Cumberland street?.
January 1 Gmo
BELTING HBELTING !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, % 3, 4, and S
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BEL'.
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
J INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO 1? INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, I INCH TO 1*
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS O
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
.Norlueist Corner Meeting and Cumberland street*,
January 1 Gmo
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TiN
300 BOXES LX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 2Sx20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES LX 12x12
25 LOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXXJL4X20
20 BOXES IXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TJNSM?N'3 SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, ?rc, &c.
IN STORE AND IO ABRITE.
CAMERON, If AK KLEY & CO.,
Northeast corner Heering und Cumberland streets.
January 1 fimo
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PJPUIG,
STEAM AND MALL E ABLE CA3T IRON
FITTINGS,, tor stoam and water.
CAMBRON, BARKLEY A: CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets
January 1 ?mo
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COOKS
STEAM BIBBS AJUD STOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OEi, CUPS
WATER GUAGES. GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS'WIRE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast Cornor Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 _6mo
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, &c., 4c.
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland streets.1
January 1 j, Cmo
Purifies tbe Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Kvcrywher
July 28 nae li r
HART ?Sc CO.,
( OR\ Kit KING AND MARKET STS.,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.,
IMPORTEES AND JOBBERS OP
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
ENGLISH AND SWEDISH BAB IRON
PLO ? GH AND NAYLOR'S CA8T STEEL.
ENGLISH HOLLOWWARE, '
Consisting of POTS, OVENS, SPIDi-BS and EX?BA
CIRCULARS, CROSS OUT AND MILL SAWS
MILL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOTH*
AND A VARIETY Or
AGRICULTURAL IMPL? M ENT8.
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VARIETY OP FANCY GOODS.
P. 8.-Descriptive Catalogues can be bad on ap?
plication. fmw3mos MO November 27
HOES! HOES! HOES!
i l, v " . "'
HARDWARE OF DIRECT IMPORTATION
Brig Agra and Steamship Golden Horn,
F BOM LIVEBPOOL.
BRADES' CROWN HOES
EL WELL'S HOES
EL WELL'S SOCKEfSPADES
81 EEL CORN MILLS
PADLOCKS IN SETS, WirH MASTER KEYS
CARRON WARE, &0.
With a general assortment of American Hardware
and Ploughs, whicn I offer low lor cash.
C. P. POPPF.VHEIM,
No. 417 EING-STBEET,
Pebiuary 1 Imo* DM,-, Msn on the Pavedifent.
M. L. FILLEY'S
Celebrated Cooking Stoves,
" PHILANTHROPIST" AND ? CTTILIAN,"
Manufactured it Troy, N. Y" and for sale by
D, L. F U L L E R T O N,
rE3E STOVES STAND PNRIViLLED FOB
capacity, durability, convenieucej aud the gen?
eral purposes to which Cooklnc Stoves are used. The
PHILANTHROPIST is estra heavj plated, and has
Ash Drawer; can he mad? into s. six boilef bole
Hove; bas cast iron Witcr Tank galvanized,or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Stove. The
CIV?LIAN of a neat desigu, and J*as a fine large
Oven, flit* sieve an be had with tho extension
Dack, six bole-, cud rc-Tvoir when desired.
Por further iufrrmation apply to
D. L. FULLERTON,
January SO 6mo-? Augusta, Ga. .
OFFICE ao. 275 EIN G,
January 27 3mo
K:\OX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, .
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
Consignments of COTTON, BICE, fra., respect,
ullv Bobciled, and liberal advances m*de thereon,
irdera for CO KN and BAOON promptly executed
ntb care and attention. t
Avril il . 12m?s*