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THE DAILY NEWS.
Is tbere ne'er a bark on tne heavenly shore,
With sapphire sides, and a poldem oar
And a breeze a* soft as a poet's rhyme
To waft thee ?down the river of time i
Thup. darlinsr. com? from the roseate skies,
For we miss the gleam or thy lov>!it eyes.
Would thy volco be missed in the angel band,
And thv harp left mute, in tho Hippv Land?
Would the uniying roses, th it blossom there,
Fade for the want of a cherub's care? r
Then, dariba?, stay, on the shadowy shore,
Tho' we seo thee OD earth never more, never more.
HINT8 ON AGRICULTURE.
Home-Made Alanare-Its Application.
. Manure, in the largest sense of the term, is
anything that contains any of the elementary
principles necessary to tho growth of plants;
and the more of these contained m any given
substance, the butter will it answer tho pur?
pose of a manure. Potassa and its salts, espe?
cially their nitrates ; lime and its saith, espe?
cially sulphate and phosphate, aro among the
most important anim.il ingredients that may
"be termed- fertilizers. Besides these, we ?nd
in the composition of different vegetables, sul?
phur, iron, alumina, magnesia, silica, nitro?
gen, etc., &c. Now, when we examine a
manure heap composed of the excrements
of animals, in a state ot fermentation or de?
composition, wc find that ammonia is one
of the most prominent ingredients. Ammo?
nia is jr~compound of nitrogen and hydrogen,
and is developed by the pi occas of fermenta?
tion. These ingredients being important ele?
ments of nut ri i ion, ammonia becomes an im?
portant object of attention-a very slight at?
tention to it will suffice to convince us of ?ts
volatility. It can also bc shown to have a great
affinity for water, which is able to hold large
quantities of it in solution. Tho tendency, then,
ia a pile of fermenting animal excrements,
is to give off to the air nitrogen and hydro?
gen, in the form of ammonia, in large quan?
tities. Then wo at once perceive a source
of waste of valuable fertilizing materials.
The ammonia that thus passes off is not
lost, it is tiue, to the general purples of vege?
table productiou. as it must sooner or lat .T be
returned to the earth in tho water that de?
scends tro na the clouds; bnt when it his once
passed to the atmosphere it becomes common
property, and will help the fields of my neigh?
bors, or the forests of the mountains, equally
with my owu fields. It becomes, then, a mat?
ter of much importance to husband this mate?
rial, and retain it for my own exclusivo use.
To do this, several conditions must bo known
and attended to. In the first placo, a certain
amount of heat and moisture are necessary for
its development; consequently, during tho"low i
temperature of winter, thore is a very small
loss to the manure heap from its escape.
So also iu summer; if tho requisite moisture 1
be withheld it canuot be generated. Then, to 1
secute thc manure heap from lose from tb:s j
source, it should al wa j s bo kept woll under '
cover. But with,all tho precautions that may 1
be taken, there will linn bo moisture enough 1
to admit ot its reneratiou, even though it bc .
slow, whenever the temperature is high. Tuen 1
we must, if we would prevent loss absolutely
from this source, attend to other precautions
and measures to prevent its escape. Wc will 1
g" remise that animal excrements should always i
e kept under cover. *
Tben, to prevent loss from the escape of am- <
monia, they should be duly mixed with swamp '
much, drift materials, or even common soil 1
from the road-side; and every time that tho 1
heap of excrements receives a covering of any J
of these materials, it should be slightly spriuk- '
led over with gypsum (sulphate of inn?)'.
This latter article possesses the property of 1
causing ammonia to adhere to the soil, instead '
of flying off into the air; and hence, by its use, 1
it becomes fixed. Ibis method, so valuable in 1
retaining in tho heap this valuable ingredient, '
ammonia, bea tats other advantage-that it f
greatly inoreases thc siza of the pile. t
This valuable property of gypsum (plaster of s
Paris) makes it an indispensable article at t
every stable. It should aiways be kept on f
hand, and the floors of a'ables should ba dost- c
ed with it at every cleaning. It sh ou lu be used T
in every compost heap that contains the excre- '
ments of animals ot? tho elements o; ammonia ^
in any form; as also for a surface dressing in r
the spring months for small grain and grass, as u
.well as in tho hill tor corn, potatoes, and garden E
vegetables, because of 'ita prc?rr'v of ab
Btractug ammonia from the atmosDhcri 3
and fibing it to ? jfc
lw * considered is the best methedof .
Applying -panure to the toil and.thc crops.
.Some have contended that as ammonia coasti- j
tuted the most valuable ingr?dient of stable
mantre. tho latter should uever be applied to
tho surface of land only aa the plowr?an 1B
ready to follow, and torn it immediately under, 1
so tbat its ammonia cannot havc> an opportu?
nity to escapo. U?doubte/iiy, ir we had no
method of fixing ammonia to the soil, this me- .
thod of applying ma-iare would bo preferable
to its surface application. But if the precau?
tions above referred to bo-duly observed in the
management of the compost heap, ita applica?
tion to the surface will be found to yield tho
most satisfactory results, particularly for crops
of small grain and for meadow. And for these ,
crops the early spring will undoubtedly bo
found to be the most favorable time for its
i>>r corn, potatoes and garden crops gener- 1
ally, it will be found better to mix the manure 1
well into the soil, but even here not more than t
to a depth of Ihrer or four inches. j
Let the c round be broken deeply in tho lat- ?
ter part of the lall, and lie exposed t a the ac- ,
tion of frost during tho winter, aud as soon as '
the ground is in condition for receiving tho
seed in the spring, let the manure be applied
' to the surface, and well mixed m to the depth
above indicated with a cultivator. The ground
may then be furrowed and planted.
The practico of throwing fresh stable man?
ure over the surf ice of tho sro and, after seed?
ing to small grain io autumn, or imho early
spring months, whether on grain or grass
crops, cannot but bo at tentlud with moro or
lead loss or ammonia, and ii therefore bad
economy. But if it has been mixed with soil
in the heap, and has been properly treated
With gypsum, there can bo no objection to this
manner of its application. Kit bas not been thus
treatod iu tho heup it should never he applied
to thc surface of land without being accompa?
nied with a lib aral use o' gypsum.
Webavo seeu a crop of over eighty bu3bcle
Of corn produced from un aero of land that has
been completely exhausted, bv a libural appli?
cation of manure that has boen thus treated
with drit band and plaster.
If we have to d'il with land that has been in
a measure exhausted, wa cannot rely ou the
< barn-yard alone for fertilizing materials, if wo
depend upon the production of such a firm for
the sustenance of animals: because its beauty
production would not enable us to heep onough
of animals to afford the amount of excremonti
tiooa matter that would be demanded by the
farm; and consequently we could only reclaim
to a state of fertility a small portion at a time;
and also consequently thore would be groat
Toss in the time required to bring up such a
farm. In this oase we may profitably resort to
the use of guano, which ia rich iu ammonia,
and of bone pnosphat s, to enable us to get tho
soil into a conditiou that wiil produce a good
crop of clover; and wheiiever we shall h ive ad?
vanced thus far TO may consider tho dead point
as paaseiI. Bono phosphates may become nec?
essary as an occasional application on many
faims, just as lime may becomo necessary to a
soil originally poor iu calcarious material; but
with these exceptions, tho farm itselt bhould
supply all the feriiliziug materials ii ever
need. Barn-yard manure cati be oasilv and
cheaply made in abundance, and of goodqual -
ty, if all the conditions above indicated bo at?
tended to. This, tuen, should be the farmer's
main reliance; and every available substan e
should thus be husbauded tor tuc use of
the farm. Xbo bu bit of soiUusr animals, or
confining them in sheds to reccivu their
given food in Bummer may bo undo
to contribute, not only to tho clieap subsist?
ence and well-being of tho animal, but also to
the rapid production of valuable fertilizing ma?
terials for the use ct" thc larm; tho hair und
feathers of slaughtered animals aud poultry
should be carefully eposited in tho compost
heap, as beint; especially r.cb in nitrogen. All
tho bones o< animate that die, or that are
slaughtered and consumed on the furni, after
having beeu reduced by a liberal applicatiou of
wood ashes should bu deposit OJ. iu thc com?
post heap, aa being rich iu phosphate ot lime,
and thus adapted to tho production of grass,
rich iu this material, and thus able to contri?
bute to the growt.i of bone iu future animals.
So of the carcasses of animals that die, and of
everything that contains the elomenta of vege?
table nutrition.-American ?stock Journal.
-There was an earthquake in Alexandria,
Ya., between tho hours ot one and two, on tho
night of tho 15th instant. At tuat very date
and time of Dight, during a violent storm of
wind and ram, a strange sort of rumbling in
the distance was beard io New York and Brook?
lyn. It had tho sound of thunder over Staten
Island. The movement iu Virginia was ac?
companied by tho same rumbling noise.
AK OCEAN RACE.
Close and Exciting Content between two
First-class Ucean Steamships- The Re?
The great trial of speed between thc steam?
ship City cf Paris, of the Inman line, and tho
Bussia, of the Cunard linc, which has just
taken place, has been one of tho closest con?
tests of the kind on record. Tbe race was won
by the City of Paris by just forty-five minules
a result which attests tbe wonderful perfection
and power which has boen attained in tho man?
ufacture of steamship machiucry. We copy
from the New York Commercial Advertiser tho
following particulars of tho race :
Tho steamers Rusria and City of Puris ar
rived at Queenstown early on tho morning of
the 19th inst., the Russia at G:30 and the City
of Paris at 5 o'clock.
The Citv of Parts lefo her dock in New Yorl
on the 10th inst-, at 1:45 P. H., and the Russia
at 2:30 P. M. Tbe Citv of Paris thus beat her
antagonist forty five inimit?s, as the following
time tablo shows :
Left New York. Arr'd at Livcrp'l.
Cily of Paris. .Fob. 10,1:45 P..*/. Feb. 19. fi:U0 A.M.
Kussia.Feb. 10, Z'jn p A. Feb. lfl, 6: .0 A.M.
TIME OF TISSAGE.
Days. Hrs. Min.
Citv of Paris.8 15
In favor of the City Tjf Paris.0 00
The Russia is commanded by Captain Cook,
and tbe City of Pana by Captam Kennedy,
both first-class seamen and old Atlantic navi?
gators for their respective lines. The vessels
ar ? of iron, and both were constructed in Glis
cro w, the City of Paris m 1866, and the Russia
in the following year. The motive power of
the former consists of two horizontal trunk
engines, andsheis shipriggod; the latter bas
one direct acting engine, and is rigged as a
The following are the dimensions of the ves?
Tonnage. Length. Breadth. Depth.
Citv of Pari?... .2760 3:8 feet 40 feet 2G feet
Bussis.2959 308 feet 43 feet 27 ieet
It is understood a Rood deal of money de?
pended upon this contest, and consequently
much interest is felt by those pecuniarily in?
terested in the rosult, and also by the friends
of each line. The loman line, to which the
City ot Paris belongs, is anxious 'to secure the
British mail contract, aud as a;ineans to that
end, are endeavoring to show' a schedule of j
shorter passages than tho Cunard Company,
which has always enjoyed tho mail carrying
between this port anti Liverpool.
The result of this run te JLiverpcol, although' I Q
showing quite sufficient to settle ail side beti), I "
is not enough to mark any difference in tho
speed of the two steamer?, but it will intensif?"
tho contest for supremacy between the com?
petitors tor tho British mail Bulwidj, which
the law enjoins shall be given to thozet steam?
ers that make tbe shortest trips across the
As we have received but thc bare foot of |
their arrival, we cannot tell whether tho stearn
srs had to depend upon their engines entirely, I ?|
sr were enabled, by favorable winds, to usc
their sails. It tho latter, tho City of Paris had
Ul advantage, as being ship-rigged. sho could
spread tn >re canvass than her competitor. In | vi
i few days, however, tho vessels' logs will ar?
rive, when all tuo particulars will appear.
THE GUANO I>LAND3.-Secretary ilcCulloch
las prepared a circular to collectors of custom s
relative to tho guano islands appertaining to J
bc United States. To tho circul?t is subjoin- o
:d a corrected list of th s guano island* bonded tc
mder act of August 18, 1856, and the alton?
ion of collector.! is directed to said islands hi
vith a view to tho proper ouforcemsnt of the bl
aws regulating intercourse therewith, 'lhe '}
aw requires that no guano shall bo token from '
ho said islands, locks or keys, except for ibo "
iso of citizens of thc United ??tate?, or of per- C(
?ons resident therein. The uct of July, 1866, tc
oartially suspended this prohibition. ?'he law
tlso provides that the introduction of guano
rom said islands, rocks or keys, shall be re
rulatcd as tho coasting trade between the
liffeiont ports ot the United States, and the
>amo laws shall govern the vessels concerned
herein. Andas tho laws of tho United States
orbid foreign vessels from engaging in the
oasting trade, and a commercial intercourse
nth tbese islands thus form a part of said
rado, eollectors aro requested to use all vigi
mce to prevent any Infractiot. ol'any law or
egulation on the subjoct. The list nu*?..era .
bout seventy-five islands, designated by J
tame, latitude and longitude.
[Correspondence Ballimore Sun.
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"?OSTON-Por sehr S A Hammond-248 bales Cot?
ton. 'Hi tierces Rice 6t Obis R sin. 20 h hus
6bbls and 20 tons Iron, 1 trunk and 2 boxes
Mdse, 1 cask Phosphate Rock.
JEW YORK-Per steamship Alanhattan-963 bales
Upland Cot'on. 21 ba e' Sea Island Cotton.
80 tierces Rice, 85 bales Yarn, 33 bbls Syrup, 34
packages t-undnes, SO empty harrels.
3ALTIMORK-Per steamship Maryland-335 tierces
Rice, 199 biles Upland <*otton, 42 tons Phosphate
Rock. 17 bales Rope Cuttings, 9 package* Hides
and Has i, 8 bales Yan, 35 package:* Dried Fruit,
&c, 18,000 feet Boards. 36 enanty Barrels. t
Charleston Cotton and Klee .Market.
OFFICE OF TBK CUARI JSTUN DAILY NKWS, [
CHARLESTOS. Saturday Evening, Feb. 20, 'C9. )
COrrON.-Tho business in _is articlo was
limited, with an inclination to safer prices, but sel?
lers wor& not freely ottering, and th? disposition to
.wait iurthrr events beforo accepting current rates
orevailed to a large eztout; sahn about 30J biles
jay: 57at2TJ??; 108 at 2'Ji; 29 at 27; 35at27>i; 21 ot
27J?;23at27,'?. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary .20'4'ffl-6,'*
Mi-tdliug.27 >;(<?, 27J?
By New York ebssitlcutiou we quote :
Middling.- ? -
RICE.-The demand lor this grain continued
stead; aad pood at hr ai inc 6; eales 1G5 tierces
clean Caioliua, say: 129 tierce^ at 8?ic; 28 at S??.
Wc quolo common to fair clean Carolina at 8.'??8>?o;
Market.1, by Tcicsrapn.
LONDON, February 20-P. M.-Sugar 29? Cl.
LIVERPOOL, Foti nary 2;-Noon.-ro'tou dull; up?
lands ll.\id; Orleans 12d. Sales 0000 hales. Com,
old. 32s; new, ;u? Od.
Evening.- ottou qiiet; uplands ll.'^d; Orleans
12d. Sales 7000 bales. Lard 70s. Da.-ou 03J. Tal?
low 45s 6d.
HAVUE, February 2f.-Cotton closed casie.* but
NEW YOEE. February 20-Soon.-Stocks steady.
Money easy at 5a7. Exchange 9>?. Gold S3yi. C2's,
14>f. Cotton 28?i cents.
Evening.-Monday viii be a general holiday in
financial and commercial circles. Tho case in money
is very marked. Offerings ore largo, and banks and
money lenders are anxious to make interest over
Tuesday. Extremo ratos 4a7; bulk of transactions
at 5a0. The bank statcmont is regarded as unfavor'
able. The loss in specie is attributable to tho great
demand.for cusiomi duriL? thc week. Thohcovj
decrease in depo.-its is attributed t> a falling off in
loans, specie aud legal tcnduis. Sterling quiet and
steady at 8%a9& Gold 33.^. '?J's, U^iUJ',. State
securities firm aud in botter demand. Cottou closed
firmer with fair demand; sales 21)00 bilC3 at 59c.
Flour very dull; superfine Stat. $5 75;?C 33. \Ybeat
heavy; wiutor^JaOc lower. Corn heavy without de?
cided change. Wci-dsey quiot Poik unsettled and
lowe-, $31 60a32. Lord lowe-, i9&al9&C. Naval
stores and groceries quiet, Freiguts dull.
D.vLTiaioiu:, february 20-Cotton dull; uouilnallx
23}? cts. Hour steady. Wheat very dull. Corn
steady. Ods and ryo unchanged. Pork S33 Ct>.
Bacon .-boulders 15)?al5*f. Virginia's, bas ?Vi ord,
Old, 50^51; XC's, 5i<?z?i; 'CT's. 51; North Caroli?
na's, old, ex coupou. Cl; no .', 59,1 j bid, Cl asked.
WILMISOT.'S, Kebruaiy 20.-Npu'ts of turpeutiue
quietmt$5 50. l?o.ia fi:m;r at SI rSiC 00. Crud?
turpentine steady at SlbOiluO. 'Jar steady at $3.
AUGUSTA February 20.-f.'ottou without material
chango unless it bc that h .Kiers exht? it moro tirria
ness and offer tbcirstoclis sparingly; mi ic'.ln.? nomi
n.lly 2i??i27; sales 140 bales; receipt-171 bales.
SAVANNAH, Februtry 2J. -Cottou irregular and
prices have boen no-_lnal, closing with a better feel?
ing; middling 27J? ; sales 1Q00 huies; receipts 1272;
exports-coastwise 19JO, Liverpool 4703.
MOBILE. February 20.-Sales 1000 bales and finn ;
low middling 2G,'.?a2G>?; receipts 566 bale-; exports
3 J J bales.
NEW OOLKA?S, February 20 -Cotton in fair de?
nium*; improved ;.i; middlng 27'?a27J?'; sales 3800
biles; receipts 1153 bal?t>; expurts V5:,a bales. Gold
34. .sterling ?S.'i". Comu ercial 431?a44K< New
York sight >? premium. Sugar lu good demand;
common 12al4; primo U%*\5: )t'L'ow clarified V}}<.
Molasses ete?dy ; prim-; 78a8i.
interior Cotton Markets.
UNION, February IC-Cotton 26%c
SELMA, February 17.-Market dull and no de
marni. Ne sates.
MONTGOMERY, February 19.-Market very quiet
and dull; pt ice? nominal at 25a25>?c. No sales.
O?UNGEUURG. February 19.-Sales for the woek
85 bales. We quote ordinary 24%; low middling
25% ; middling 2tk\
CHF.KAW, February 19.-Sales t'iis week 105 bales
at 24%a?7c. at the close the tendency is to lower
prices. We quote 24 to 26%c.
MACON, February 19.-Tho market is nearly ata
stand. The receipts arc 110 bales; Fates 17 balee;
uonc shipped. We quote middlings at 25>?a26c.
COLUMBUS, February 18.-Most of the s iles yes?
terday were mixed lots-averaging low middlings.
AU purchases were made by shippers. The market
ivas very dull, and late priva t<* telegrams were de?
pressing. Northern middlings nominally 26Kc.
\Va -.'house sales 102 bales. Receipts 142 bales.
COLUMBIA, February 20.-At the beginning of
the present week colton op .~?d with a good demand
it 28;?c f r middling, tinco then the unfavorable
iceount-i from Liverpool have had a very depressing
;ffcct rio the market, and from dav to dav prices have
recoded, and at the end of the week have a further
lownward tmdeocv. Strict middlings are now quot,
id at 27%c. The sales of thc week were 4' 5 bales,
is follows: 12 at Z6; 16 at 26 y ; 72 at 26%; 57 at 26%;
127 at 27; 34 at 27%; 1 at 27% ; 70 at 28; 10 at 28%.
Augusta Cotton Market.
AUGUSTA, February 19.-COTTON-Continue?
lull and depressed, aud boideis aro act offerii g
their stocks free y. At tho close buyers off red 26V
br middling, but holders d manded 20%a27; sales
!R2 ba'es; receipts290 bale.?; sales of the week are
1,562 bales, and receipts 9,114 bahv.
stock on hand September 1, 1863.1.606
Receipts since to date.79,697
Exports and borne consumption.61.903
Stock on hand to-day.19.400
Receipts last season, from September 1, 1807, to
February 17, 18C8, were 85,956 balee.
Savannah Weekly Cotton Market,
SAVANNAH, February 18-Our market during
he pa?t week ha? gradually declined under thc dis
ippointmg accounts irom Europe ?nd New Yo k.
.be light receipts of last week, aoont Tt'.OuO b.les,
rould, it was supposed, pive cotton un impetus; but
nstead wc bad on .-a'urday %d decline iu Liverpool,
nd still further daily, and we bave had to follow
uit until yesterday, when a pause became apparent,
miden refusing to accept under 28c for middling,
nd buyers unable lo respond. To-duy the sales
iave been ronflned to small lots to c mplete pur
hases, and lactors have, in a great measure, covered
p th*ir samples, not being pressed for money, and
eemiug dcte.mined to withstand ihe present de
line in the controlling markets. S'ock is large, but
election ot uncovered cottons even at 28c lor mid
ling, very poor. P. ices, as usual in sueh a comb?
on of all .ii rs. rf course ari' irregular. We however
nott: Middling 28cJ*loff middling 27%c; good or
The receipt? since our last have been 324 bales sea
ilanoa and 12 820 bilesupla. de, against 3P9 Dales
su islands and 23.137 bales uplands same period last
ear. Exports-Foreign: lo Liverpool, per i-hlp
ibu O halter 12 bales eca islands and 3411 do up
>nds; per ship Chas Chaloncr 2532 bal.s uplands;
er ship J F Chapman 183 miles sea i-lands and
)93 bales uplands; per bark J L '1 bierman 1700
ales upbii'ls; per b'irk Seaman 1984 bales uplands
0 tal-Foreign, 12,745 bale? uplands and 195 bales
?a islauds; coastwise-119 bales sea islands aud
)14 bales upland*, against 217 l aics sea islands aim
1,277 halos'uplands correfpoudtug WO-it last year,
f this amount - bales uplauds and 48 bales s a isl
ids buve been "through" cottons to Chari<sion
'u have deducted 4?0 balee uplands from the total 1
(puris reported in excess per balk Yumurl, 1st ua
ani. Sales ot the week anent 1500 bales.
SEA ISLANDS-Tho rece pta ot Jong staplo cotton
nee our last report amount io 321 bags, of winch t'8
ero (rom Fl aida, by boat, and 236 fi om the islands
id by thc Atlante and Gulf Railroad, and of th. so
1 bags were Florida cotions, ihe sbiiimenU liavo
i'd! 314 nagi to Europe-, the North, and -'through"
lu sea i-lands there has been a verv dull market,
alders requiring to mako gotnl conc-s-ious before
ping aulo to efl" ct sales. Most of tn eui hold ?nn
, but som" parties oroeied ti sell have accepted
io lower price? offered. The extent ol' the crop
til imparts > onOJence to tn? 89 hiving finer quail?
es, and thc p'iucipal easy feeling luis been iu ihe
manion grades. Many ot'our larger bu? ci s perin
i have withdrawn aud ure olloriug much lower
rires than our quota'ioue, which arc: Commons
a70; medium bOu-; line medium 90a-; due fla
Ric--Th" receipts of the work have bten 11.9C6
aehels. makiu* a total ot 302,521 bu-bels siuco tiep
mberlst. Stock ot clean rice 5e7 tierces. Tue
ark-1 has ruled dull during tho past week, which
attributed moro to lite late decline in the Northern
arkuis thr-n io any of tho crop.? being larger than
as anticipated. The bulk of tho recap's of the
eek is fi om one plantation nnd goo? Ur to swell tho
tal amount. It is gonerally conceded on all sides
lat mort ot the rice irom this secliou has been rc
tv<d. We quate rough at 52a2 25. depeuding upon
aality, and cte n al 8%a9c fur lair to good; prime 9c.
NASHVILLE, rcbrnary ^8.-COTTON-Liverpool
i-day declinod %d, and New York %c, but there
as more activity in Sew York than lhere bas been
ir several dxys past. Oui- mirket closed quiet, with
linc demand fer the b?t<er grades Wo quote ordi
ary 21; good ordinary 23; ??w middling 25>i. L'elow
e give a summary ot tho transactions of the nay:
cceipts 3?0; sales 243; shipments 259.
lock on ham! September 1, 18ii8. 03
fceivcd to day. 350
hipp d to-day. 253
Stock on baud.i,912
OATS-We heard of t'.ic sale of 150 bushels of oats
'um wagon at Ci j,c.
CottN-R-ceipts to-day the largest of the seaeon.
ntieipated arrivals aro baviuga tendency to dcpres?
rices, and ibo market was working ea?ior at ilu
lose, though not quotably lower. We repeat 60a03c
>r ear; 63a65c for shelled ; and 78a80c tor sacked aud
elivored iu depot.
HFMPBIS, February 17-COTTON-Inquiry was
jain light and mostly i-peculaiive, at 28e for mi
ling, io wbic'i there wu-i but little res ouse until
ftor the receipt of 1'as.ti rn Intelligence of a decline,
,hcn offcriugs became better, and som* factura
ubuiiitcd to a declina salis wero about lUtO
ales, iuciuding 18-3 strict low uiiddhna ut 27 13-16;
6 low middling at 27%c; 100 do at 27%c; 1(18
lo at ?7%r; 180 bare y lew middling ut 27c; SJ
ow midd mg ut 27'?o; "Jl good midd.lng ai if.
13, IU and 25 middling at 28%e; 10, 12 and 19 do
it 23c; a strict mid liing al 28%e. lu the evcuiu^ in
[uiry was ut a hasis i f 'J7c lor low midd mg, When
he r-alu of 180 'ales occurred. Factor* ixuibiu-d
IO particular anxiety lo ?val'ze, ind, tu is Dot
nucli demaud hom tho interior mr .louey, am
-aiherdlsp. sed to oe llrm bm oibenvl9C
Stock on hand .-cpi. I, 186s. 17
'tere ved to day.1,026
Shipped previously.171,360-171 3C0
Sto.k ou baud .22, Tot)
WILMINGTON, FebiUary 20. -1 UIIPENTINE-Is
iu mod?ralo request Sales of O' 0 bbls ut s-2 90 :ur
loft, und td 8. lor hard, per 28. les.
t-riniTS 1 UIIPENTINE--ales tn-dav of 28 bbls at
51><c, 50 do at 52c and i8 do (free on b jard) at 5'iJ?c
uer gallon-the market clohiug ut M.?Xe.
ROSIN-ls in better demand, und thc market closes
it a i-hadu advance. Sa os ui 130'! bbls at SI '(5 mr
strained, ri SO for strained uud No 2, SI SOal bi kr
No 2, and $Gi6 60 lor pale.
TA?-173 bb B changed hands at $3 per bbl.
COTTON-No sates reported.
ROSTON, February 17.-CUITON-The market for
cotton has been quite dull lb* pa-: w . k aud prices
have eased off with tree arriva s, mostly ou manu- 1
fuelu'erti' account. The ?tock oi hand has been iu
creased to about 10 000 hairs, ai d s? inner? havo also
a largo supp y, tho receipts ave-ra.ing upwards of
lO.Or? bales per week MUCO ihe 1st ol January. The
demand bas bceu confined to sma 1 lots, and we
ipiotc ordiuury 27a28e; gucd ordiuar.v at 28a29e; low
middling at 29a2'J%c, and middling at :9>Xa3U%c $
lb, incu-.liug uplands and Gulf. The market closes
dull it thew p ices.
FISH-i ho demand fer ced fsa las improved and
the mirk'-t is stciily und firm, 'i be sales ol ni.
(Iium und largo have bci-u ai hi 50 8 25 perq'l, IU
cluuiug G-erie ; an! small h .v.-nee i soiling a ?5 5J
a6pcr uti. In baku nies at St! SS. luo?e, and sa i er
qti, pack d; and pollock at t-2 76*3per qtl. Maclterel
are quite firm aud c MIC. nu lu cum i.a .d full prioos
in s vall luis. 'Ibe sales hive bf i u at i27a?7 5<J lor
No 1 UUA ; a 11J 8'JU SOiiSi I.ur No 1 alioro, aa?l a's ami
3's aro sea c and prices quite liomin.I. Packed
berrina have iieen in I ir Uemsiid with rs es at ?j 5U
a'J per bbl, us to quillly. R r heiring are?eRug
Ut 35a45c lor ECded and >ol. in s-lmou uolliing
ba? beru dune aud piieea ar..- ucmiuaii; dir sjme.
GVNKX HAGS-ibe mark-t is linn, WithK?CS Ol
400 bale? at ir.-yal7%o currency.
GUN.S? iXdiu-this ar.iciei is quito firm, and
prices ure again a shade higher. Hi wius ccinpiise
350 ?ale? at 9,'?C gold, in bond ; nm: 409 b i cs at 21,'jC
per yard, currency-uuw boil' for bigbor prices.
NAVAL .-TUBE -n rpirits lurpiniiuo (herr, have
been sile of small lots ut 5.S .GU : , er galluu bela at
tim Isttei'prii'o to arr vc. lar is dull with-?alos of
J0J bbl- ai ^3 70u3 75 per bbl. In rosin sales of n:00
b is *?'o J at quotc? l?ricos Pilch is quotud a. S3 75
a$4 per bbl.
ItiCE-Ma kpt firm with moderate PO1"8 ol8,'ia8%c
lor Kengoon, and 9%?10% for Caiolina ^tock- are
ho d prmcipall\ ab vc the vews of bmers.
L'onsignees |>ci->outn ciaiuliuu. ituilroaK
739 bales Cott u. 97 bales Dom sties, 817 bushell
Gruiu 07 O ils Syrup, ltd bbls Muv.d -lore-; 19 ca e
Wood. 'Jcrirs <!a tie. To ita Iroad Ai/out. W K li au,
AV 1 ' Courtney, Fro!>t Si Adger, JUE Sloan. Pelzer,
Rodgers & Cit, G U Walter ii Co, Dow ing & co, J
Marshal), Reeder & Dayl", Rrodm & ito, JO?LBIOU,
Crews k Co. C- W Williams & ro, R tl shaip li ?.o, ii
J W.Bs, Graeser it ?min., Cfa^bcrc. Hornng k ?Ju,
West k jones, Goldsmitt i Soi; : Ltiiniuk c, F D C
Kracke, u O'NeilL
Consignees per Northeastern Kallroad
ion bales Cotton, 83 bbls Narai Stores, CO bushels
Rice, cars Lumber, Wood, Kock, Md*e, ftc To J &
Smyth. Reeder ft Dov's, J E Adzer ft Co, Mowry ft
Co, Kirkpatrick ft Witte, 6 W Williams ft Co, F W
Bmanuel, Walker, Kvacs ft Cogswell, Kendall ft
Dockery, Clsghorr. Herring ft Co. Frost ft Adger, J
H arkins. Caldwell ft Sons. Mazycks ft Salters, W P
Dowling. Bischoff ft Co. J A Quockenbush, L Cohen
ft Co, u J Fuller, W K Ryan, Nachman ft Co, Fripp
ft M, ?raeser ft Smith, A Von Dohlen, J Wiley, Rail?
Consignees per Charleston and Savan?
nah Railroad, February 20.
Cotton, Rice, Mdso, ftc To W P Dowling ft Co,
W C Bee ft Co F R Blake, P H Huguenin, B S Rhett
ft Son, F Ferguson, A Cunningham.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-W M
Jones. A Mi nke, D Allen, F Wairiner and lady, r M
Jamison and lady. E R Paine, W Towne, L Archer, E
s Miller, F M >tene. M Burger.
Per steamship James Adger, from Now York
C H Manuing, Mrs D Wilhams, Mrs Fitzpatrick. O
Brown, W J Pay, A Moss, J R Armstrong, and 6 in
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, ftc-8 F Marshall, J Q Adams.
Rev J C Miller, Mr Bernard. Dr Herndon, Captiin
Duryea, T D Gregg. Mrs A M Hastings, JJ M Pepper,
H fol oomaker. u B Levenworth, E Goticr, 3 Rouse.
D b Heyward. Miss Heyward and servant. Master
He.ywurd, J J Munroe, Captain T J Lockwood, Capt
J Richardson, Mrs Roach, L 1 ompkins, C Thayer,
G A Searer. S M Ltddor and wife", E Scoflold, T P
Scofield. Mrs Jones, J 0 ,-mith. Miss E Haines, D B
Hcyward, F E Armstrong, <* G Jones, Mr Comstock,
Mr Smith, Mr Whito. and 23 on deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, s ava u uah via Beaufort,
Hilton Head and tdisto-A Gage and wile. Mrs stick
ney. U R Ridgeloy, J S Chipley. F Lowder, J M Hall,
J W Autloy. A E cmvrk. Miss M B Hall, Miss F Dix
ter, Mrs Carroway and (wo children, B R Estabrook,
T D Eason, F B Pape, Miss Bryce, M Pohlzer, Mr
Fripp, A Barnwell, J A Albers, T Harden, Mrs Mat
thews. B C Adams. W Whaley, J Mitchell, Mr ban?
non, Mr Fogartio, J D Stubbs, and 2? on deck.
Fort of Charleston, "February :?2
FHASKS OP TUE HOOK.
Lost Quarter, 3d, 11 hours, 30 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 11th, 8 hours, 31 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, Uta, ll hours, 46 minute morning,
cull Moon, 2Gtb, C hours, ii minutes, morning.
RISES. I SETS.
22 Monday....! C..37 I 5..CO I 3..10 , 3..10
23 Tuesday., .j G..35 I 5..61 4.. 9 I 4..49
24'Weducsday.l C..34 | 5..52 5.. 2 ? 5..51
25 Thursday...' 6..33 S..53 ? Risc?. 0..45
26 Friday..... I 6.-82 I 5..54 I C..23 I 7..38
!?7lSaturday... G..31 I 5..55 7..35 I H..25
28 -undnv.1 6. 30 ' fi..55 I 8..12 I 9.. 9
Steamship James Adgor, Lockwood, New York
lett Kith instant Mdze. To Jas Ad.-er ft Co. S C
lt Broad Agent. N E Railroad Ag.-nt Florida -teamer
Agents, Southern Express Co, J EV.dgT ft Co, C D
Aureus ft <'o, L Alexander, J Archer, K Bate- ft Co.
H Bi-cboff s i o, J D Boo-ch. Bollmmn Bros, J A
Brenner, supeiiutendeut, 1 M Brlstoii, H BnlwiuUe
ft Co, Brown ft Hyer, Cameron, Barkley ft Co, T M
Cater, J i'Smpscn ft Co, W li ('balee ft Co, Chisolm
Bros, F Cbrbtman, Cohen, Hanckel ft i'o, J A Co.ik
ft Co, W S Corwin ft Co. H Daly, Deuny ft Perry,
Duwie ft Moise. W C Dukes ft Co, J M Easou ft Bro,
J s rai ly ft tic, N Fehrcubacb, D * Fleming ft Co,
Furchgott Bros. C Goldstern. Goodrich. Wincmon k
Co. A W uoodwio, agent, C Uravcley ft Co, J U Bap
poldt, J H Graver ft Co, G H Gruhor. Hart ft Co, D
B Haselton, W s Uorerev, F Uorsey, N A Huut. lef
foids & Co, Jennings. lhoinlin-on ft Co, B Johns m
ft Co. C H Johnson, O rt. ft A S Johnson. O Xe rison,
Kirkpatrick ft Witte, Kitkpatriek ft Witto. Kliuekt
Wie ?cubera ft '\\ Lawny ft Alex aider, H Leidiog,
W Leonhatdt, G Logera >u. M Luhrs, C Madsen, W
Marschcr. McCoy ft Bice, Mazyck ft uuoesing, J G
Mi.uer k Co, Muller, situllr. A Co, Nacbmau ft Co,
J C ojemiu, B O'Neill, D O'Neill ft Son. J S ft P
Piersou, Airs M O'Neill, UT' Po ike, superintendent,
C Plcnge, li P Popuenheini, Quinhy & co, J Russell,
Sayas ft Marino*, a W Sloffeus ft Co. E B Stoddard
ft Co, A O Stone J F Taylor ft Co, P I ecklcnberg, F
von santen. Walker, Lvaus ft Cogs web. F Woyhman,
W G Whildcn ft Co, S H Wilson, W J Yates. Wa c
ner ft Monsees, Forsyth, McCo ..!> ft LO, C S ealing,
Johnston, Creas ft Co. Faim tto Pioneer Co-opcra<
tivo Ana nation, lt ft A P t.'alancll ft Co, I A Ilea
nnsh ft Co, J CH L'lnusscn. F F Chapean, A H Hay.
den, J A Quuckcnbosh. I W Harne, J W Apple. W
steele, J MoCrcad-., North, Steele, ft Uar Iel, Bisscll
ft o. Holmes' Book store, lt Hunter, L Cohou ft co
C F Puuknin, Order, and others. On 18th instant, at
8.30 A M. hltcen miles south of Ha tors!, r>asscd
steamship Charlesion henee lor New York.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia-Icit
- iust. Mdse. To Jno ft Iheo Hetty, Railroad
Agents. A McLwisli, Ccraerou, Barkley n Co, J Cos?
grove, ?1 F Uniter ft t o, W H Chufee ft Co, U L Kor
nuhrcus, W S Coates, S - ' ~'Y?~". M Luhrs. J IN M
Wohitmann ft Co. G W Williams ft Co, .Mc Du ff Co?
hen, E U Kollers ft Co, J D budd, Wogener ft Mon?
sees, D Lilienthal, Capt A Barrett, Gen Bsmlord, J A
Coek ft Co, Walker, Evans ft Cogswell. Quartermas?
ter Uden, Dow le ft Moise, J Kenny, J?fford? ft Co, J
C Wuhrmau, W Brookbanks. H Klatte ft Co, J Camp?
een ft Co. Byrne Fogarty, J M Martin, P Walsh, A
Bischoff, H Wulhern, A Johnson ft Co, Lol ?JIM UL
Bros, Palmetto Pioneer Co-operativn Association, C
F Paukuin. O Ring. A W Eckels ft Co, G H Prlneo,
Goodrich, Wlnemau ft Co, T M Bristoll, Crane Buyl
ston ft Co. W M Hird ft Co, J. H Goon h er, J L Ah?
rens. M O'Biien, Kiernan ft Borger, F KresscU, J H
Graver. W semcken & Co, M Meyer. H U Fehren
bach, H H Venitgon. B Hesliu. A Hemm i>mldt, C
M Cohen, Hyman & Silvcrberg,' H Alorck. < lag
horn, Herring ft Co, H Gerdts ft Co. Charlesion
Mining and Manutacturiug Co, E D Hu-ton, T M
Cater, A Busto, sehr Jonathan Mar, and ethers. The
Prometheus experienced heavy SW gales all the p?s.
Sehr Louisa, from Cooper Rircr. 1200 bnsuels
Rougb Rice. To Thurstan k Holmes.
Strainer Pilot Boy, Pock, havannah via Beaufort,
Blufliouan't Kdisto. 38,'i bales cotton. 35 bbl- sy?
rup, Mdse, u. d .-undried. To J Ferguson, I'inokney
Bros. Ward.aw k Carew, W M Law ou. Goodrich,
Wiiicsuau ft i'o, Kirkpatrick ft Witte, l.'opcr ft Sto?
ney. J S ,-hiploy. J N Hobson. Stoll. Weob ft Co, L
L'ircuzl, O'ml: mi th ft Sous, Holmes ft Cahier, Rare
Del ft Ci, W Ourncy, Uopkius. McPbcison ft Co, F
Krers-1, k P Hu'- hiiison, Mrs Lee. A Barnwell, J H
Uurrison, i-outhcru Express C?, B C Adams, il ii
Lee, li C Roberton
sloop Ellen, Ora dick, romper Rirer. 1323 bushels
Rotiyh Rice. To G H lugruhain ft Sou.
Steamship Fa'cou. Horsey, Italtiuiorc-Wt - in?
stant. Co U and Mdzo. lo Mordend ft C.\ .stirtc
n?y ft TrtnSoim, Ituiiroai ACC US, Goodrich, Mine,
man i: Co, 1 lowie ft Moise. Mowry ft Co, Kial to ft
co, I'oiimuu Brus, KJlock. W ckeaberu ft Co, w H
Chu'eo ft Co, i oug us A- Miller, h Bates ft Co. Crane,
Buvlston ft To. L Wolskopf B Feld m un ft Co, J A
Qnackciibu'h, D Briinrs, P lz- r. Rodger* ft co, War
o:iei ft Holm's, Jc?onis ft Co, <"apt J FcrRuson, E
B ites ft i o, H Greentree, W L Wcoh, G ll Us own, B
O'Neill. Hua- r ft Riveiiel.F v ni suntei.. G H Luid
Ktedt. Brown ft liver. W li Win den A: Co, Wi li> ft
Chisolm. U Hi-cliolfft <'o.O J Lnhti. I? li Bice ft Co.
Holmes, Waltha & licitt, F ost ft Anger, Stenhouse
ft Co, Hastie, Calhoun ft C -, !?' t' Cha eau, O W Wil?
liams ft Co, J li log i, J Wiley ft co, L scbocbert,
Eavenei ft Co, I) Brisan, W Morscher, C lu own W
Hanni, <'.nn->s?-n ft Co. G Connor, J El Gravoi ft co,
W M Bird ft i u, Lau;<y ft Alex oder, Palmetto IJio.
ncc Co-o emt ve At-socialiou, Ciadas ft Wilie, I) ll
Bilenx Q W - teilen - ft Co, W CBeo ft Co, Uart ft Co,
Cameron, Rarkli V ft Co, J M Adget ft Co.
s'chr it C Aio ris. Arti-, Norfolk. Va-0 dar?. stitH)
bushels Corn aud Coal, lo the Master, X J Kerr ft
Co, H John-ou.
steamer Dictator, Coxclter. Pal.itka via Jackson?
ville. Fernandina, and saraanab. 33 bales a..d l
pocket Cotton, ?1 sacks Cotion - cod, Mdse, fte. lo
J D Aiken ft Co. Pinckner Bro-, G H lugra ham ft
Son, Eirkpjlri.k tWi'te. W B Williams, li E ft Co,
J Leversen, J F taylor ft Co. E H Stellate, Adams,
Damon ft < o. > : I) Brahe ft Co, W C Bee ft Co, J ll
Pringle, B O'Neill, M Goldsmith ft Sous.
Steamship Manhattun, Woodhull, New York-Jas
Adger ft Co.
Steamstiip M tryland.Juhnson, Baltimore-Courtenay
Scbr 3 A Hammond, Willey, Boslou-W Roach ft
Steamer City Point, MoNelty. Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernaud na and Savannah.
Steam-hip Manhattan, Woodhull, Nen York.
Morylnnd, Johusou, Ballimore.
ti'roin this fort.
S-hr Willie Marlin, OOIHUH, Cardenas. Feb 10.
Sehr AG t-eland. Townsend Baltimore Feb IA
Steamship aea Gull, Dulto.i, Ballimore, Feb 19.
Vp tor tais Fort.
Steamship APiauco. l iilsou. at B?s.ou, Feb io,
Stcm:i!?h?ii J W Lwruia-i. Vance, at Philadelphia,
Sehr Lu y A O cutt. I?askc'.l, at New York Fjb IC.
Sehr Annie C Glorer. leny. :-t Bos:on. Feb 17.
Sehr V.'auat::,- at S> w Yu 1:. Feb ls.
Olcarod for tLis Fort.
Steamship Mcfuolia, trowell, at Nc-.v York, Feb 13.
Slupiicws by Telegraph.
WILMINGTON, Februmy 20-Uiearcd, Lucilia for
SArANNAU, February 20-Arrirrd, stca.nship Leo
from New york.
Clo'led, hhip Crescent City for Livorpool; bark
Ed^ar Cecile, Montevideo; orig lille? Maria fur Wow
York;'chr Thomas T Parker f'.r 1-rcri-once. R I;
stcsmshiiiBTonswanda, for Philadelphia; Montgom
eiy and San salvador 1er N. w York.
Weather heavy; raii.8 last ni,-ht. Wind NE.
The ship Koulbcrn Rights, whi li clea' od at Nor?
folk, on Friday last. Inr Liverpool, bsd nu board a
careo of 7?9 tales Upland Cot.on, F31 bbls siour,
1000 bois Rosin, ls CO bags Bark, 7 hhds Sumac, and
30,Ultu bushels Corn.
Tho s'-hr Minerva, '"ollins. which clnai-ed at Ha?
vana Fei mary 12 lor Boston, will probably touch off
Tho Wilraiugtcn (N C) Journal ol Saturday last
I.os-i OF Fcmt FJIMUEL EDDY.-The schooner re?
ported as hann? gone ashore on Frjiug Pan Shoals
Tuesday night last, proves to be the Samuel Eddy,
of Staten Island, Captain J J Cathcart, bound from
Georgt-town, S C, to New York, lades with lumber or
ship timber for the governrueat. Site lays about
three miles from the point of ? ape Fear, and ?ill
prove a total loss. On Wednesday morning the crew
abandoned her and took refuge on Smith's island
beach, from whence they were taken yestprday by
the steam tug Alpha, Captain Flat, and car.ied to
Smithville, tho alpha went previously io see what
could be done for thu vessel, but could not board her
on account of the heavy sea.
I.IST UP VKISKLS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORI
.ship R C Winthrop, Stewart, sailed.Jan 22
The Edith Wheeler sailed.Jan 12
British bark David McNutt, McE henny, sid..Jan 18
Bark Harriet B Russey, Holmes, sailed.Jan ll
British brig Cecina, Bistrup, called.Jan 6
Ship Pacific, Foss, sailed.Jan 1
Thc Cotiri-r, Jenkins, sailed.Jan 12
Steamship Alliance, Tillson. up.Feb 16
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, up.Jan 25
Kehr Alary D Haskell, Barbour, cleared.Feb 10
Sehr Annie E Glover. Terry, up.feb 17
Sehr Richard Vaux. Whittier, sailed.Feb 12
Sehr S E Adams. Donnell, cleared.Feb 15
SteamshlpMagnolia, (trowell, cleared.Feb 18
Brig Adelaide, Wilson, cleared.Fob 17
Sehr M-.ri on (Tage, Shepherd.' cleared.Feb 13
8chr li W Godfrey .-cars, cleared.Feb 12
sehr Iona. Kendall, cleared.Feb 13
Sehr D C Eui te, H lld ret b, cleared.Feb ll
sehr Korct, Crocker, cleared.Feb 0
Sehr Et} no, Glover, cleared.Feb 6
Sehr Enchantress Covert, cleared.f eb 6
sehr 1 rade Wind,-, UD.Feb 13
Sehr Matthew Kinney, Ogler, cleared.Feb 17
Fchr George H Mills. Mills, up.Feb 16
8chr Sylvan,-, np.Feb 16
.Sehr Lucy A Orcutt, Mackel!, up.Feb 16
Sehr Wanata,-, up.Feb 18
Steamship J W Everman, Vance, up.Feb 16
Sehr Clara. Mulford cleared.Feb
Sehr Annie Rarton, Frmk, cleared.Feb 10
Scbr E R Graham, ,-mith, up.Feb 15
Sehr Henry Allen, Ta tem, up.Feb 15
Sehr Campbell, Torry, up.Fob 13
Sehr Kachel seaman, H'gb, cleared.Feb
Stur Laura, Coonans up.Feb 8
Sehr C s Grove, Weaver, cleared.Feb 9
Sehr C F Mayo, McMillan, Ceared.Feb ll
Sehr Alice G Gi ace, Gilchrist, cleared.Feb 17
Sehr Gol Jen City,-, eoiled.Feb 12
j o H RI ~c. M'i?'o'v TT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
?To. 1 CO HR THO U SE SQUARE.
February 15 mwf Imo
TAMES ENOS.JOHN OILI
KiSOX & UILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
Consifrnmcnts ol COTTON, RICE, frc, respect?
fully solicited, and liberal advance- mid- thereon,
yrdors for COHN and BACON promptly executed
?ith care ana attention.
A-ril 27 . l2mo??
VKUSUN ti BATES,
CHAMPAGNE ALE BREWERY,
HARLEM, N. Y.
This celebrated Ale is brewed fresh all through
ibo year, and is guaranteed to keep sound through
tho hottest weather, and on that account is of a.]
Mes Uie best adapted to the southern climate. The
aroprietors are desirous of establishing a trade for
their Alo in this -ectioa, aud wish to m ?ko a
-angomcnts with somo nv rgetic, responsible party
JO take * he . geucy for tho salo nf it in ('hail eton
?nd vicluiry. RYERSON k BATHS.
Harlem Station, New York City.
II. T REI? H O I? M,
No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 6. C ,
MINER, SHIPPER AND DEALER
Sonth Carolina Native Bone Phosphate.
January ll Sinos
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
?UUKS. SASHES ANO BLINDS
Cherie ?ton, F. C.
Particular allention pani to shipping.
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING ANDRT. PHILLP.
LUMBER OF EVER? DESCRIPTION AMI
BUTl.MN'G MATERIAL, LIME and PIASTER.
ING LATHS. PAINTS,OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also (?ROOVE AND 'IONOCFE BOARDS, Ac, con?
stantly on hand the luwentiuarkei ?ricos.
Sop: ember 12_m.hsJT
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR?
NEB OF MEETING AND SOCIBTY STREETS.
November 20 fmwGinos
6PFICE No. 275 KING,
Jan uar j-27_ 3mo
TA O IV A ll D D ALY ,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. Si Warren-street,
PERSONAL ATTER. HON GIVEN TO THE POR?
CH >>E of ull klndsot MtR?JH\NI>lsE. Boola,
sb"CH. Hats, Cu a and TruuK', ?nd tjtraw Goods u
CoiMionnen'oofall knvU of Stoplo Articles aud
,;onuiu: l'roou -o ?oHcitaJ.
Promu, retorna guaranteed.
Lt;te of Chuileuteu, s\ C.
Weekly Price Currents ?cutir??.- by post.
January 23 D*O 6mo3
vrvKTii, STKEIJK ?? WAKDULL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
FANCY O U I> S ,
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY. CUTLER!
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WniTE OOOD?, EMIiRO'DEUY. ito., kc,
No. IC7 Meeting-street,
CUMELES! ON. S. C.
J.B.STEELE. C. O. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, JR. New York.
January 25 imo
EOS A Jj ALIS
Purifies tlio Blood.
For Sale hy Druggists Kvcrywhercc,
July 23 ?AC JJ'
WioVE. JVC. BIRD & CO., ?
IMPORTERS, MAHil'PACrUREli? ^sD DEALEliS IV
WBITI LEAD, Zli PIM, COLORS, MISAIS,
.Faiot Brushes, Window Glass, Oils of all kinds.
PROPRIETORS OF THE FAVORITE BEAN? OF
RRTT.TJANT PETROLEUM OR KEROSENE OIL; ARTISTS' AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS,/^
AGENTS FOR HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES
MARTIN'S FIRE AND BU R O LA R-P ROOF S A F E;8..
No. 203 EAST BAY-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
January 1 . nae 8mo
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK.
Organized in 18&9. All Policies non-Forfeitable.
Kali X.oan Taken. No Notes Bequired.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Loases Paid. :. ?... 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. GARAGAN, Secretary.
L. MoADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Du, New York.
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Finn Harper & Bros.,
ex-ilavor New York.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOKER, Wall-stroet.
WM. M. VEHMIXYE, Banker (Vermilye & Co.)
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. GEORGE OPDYKE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MORGAN. Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney & Co.
BENJ. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer Now York Steam
Sugar Refining Corhpany.
AABON ARNOLD, Firm ol Arnold, Constable A; Cd.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore <fc Bowne, Law
E. V. HAUGHwoDT, Firm E. V. Haughwout ?
WM. WTLKENS, Firm W. Wrikens & Co,
Junios H. Pu ATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant
OHAS. J. STARB, Merchant. >
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant. /A,
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N.-Y.
GBO. T. HOPS, President Continental Fire In?
surance Company. ,
JOHN H. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM. Corner 5th Avenue and
I wen tv-t bird-street.
EDWARD H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM. General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. REKNSTJKKNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
Office No. 3*3 Klug-xtreet, Ch \.rleston, S. C.
PAH'S HEPATIC BITTERS
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND AU DISEASES OF TUE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TREY AHE RECoVMEXDED Dr HIE
1\? EDIOAL FA. CULT "Y.
HEGEMAN &> CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TORE.
Manufactured by CF. PAMNW,
CBEMGT AND AP0?HE0A27,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MS'For Sale by Druggists Evcrywltere.-&>
Eebruaiy 15 mwf lyr
prnrjs, QLlKmiculs, ?f.
For Diseases of tbo Throat
IV . and Langs, H oe li as Coughs,
l^^f .Cold?, Whooping Coagh,
J6_ ^^L/Bronchitis, Asthuiu and
M ~ Consumption.
PRO CA BL Y NEV BK DEFORE IN THE WHOLE
history of medicine hosanvthioff won so wi icly aud
so deeply upon thc confidence of mankind SB
this excellent remedy for pulm?n ?ry complaints.
Throng h s long series of years, and among most ol
tlie races or roen, it has ristn higher and higher in
their estimation, as ii has oecome better known. Its
uniform character aud i ower lo cure the various afr
feet ion? of the lunes and throat, have made it known
as ? reliable proU-ctor gainst them. While adsp'ed
to milder forms of diso so and to young cnildrou, it
is at thc s uno time tho most effectual remedy that
can bc givru for incipient cuisumption, and the dan?
gerous aiiccti-us of the throat and lungs. As a pro
vi-iau a -nt jpt sudden attucks of Cr..up, it should be
kept ou haud iu every lamily, and indued, as all are
sometimes subject to colds and coughs, all should
bc provided with thip antidote for them.
Although settle t CONSUMPTION <S thought incura?
ble, still great numb rs ol cases where the disease
scumed set'le-: hive been compieloi> cured, and
the patient restored to sound bcaltb by tho CHEUHY
PECTORAL. SO complete is its mastery over the dis?
orders of thc Lunes and ')' .ro.it, that the most ob*
.liimti- of ?bera yield to it. Vu a notating oise could
r.?ch ttiem, under thc Cuunnr PECTORAL, they sub
Mile and disappear.
MNGEUs AND PUBLIC SPXAXSRS Hud great protec?
tion from it.
ASTHMA IS always relieved and often wholly cured
BRONCHITIS is goacrally cured by tiki g tho CHER?
RY PECTORAL II. small and frequeut doses.
So irooerallv arc its virru-s kuowr that we need
uot publish the certiocstes cf them Hero, or do more
Lunn ass..rc thc public that ltd qualities are fully
Aycr's .Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE PUIU'OSliS OF A FAJLTLY
Arc-=o compos'd that disease within tho ran?r o:
their action eau r.tio y with.-tand or ovuc?* thoa.
Their ponct'-atiui; properties March, cud cie.ee?,
and invigorate evey portion ol' the human onran
lrm, corree dug its diseased uctiou, aud restoring its
healthy vitalities. As a cousequ nco Of these pro
pe? ties, thc ?aval: I who ls bowed dowu with pain or
physical debility is astonished to hud his healih or
enemy restored by a remeJy ut once so simple ar '1
Not only do they euro tho evcry-flay complaints
of every hody, but al.-o many formidable and danger?
ous diseases. 'The agent below unm-il is i.leased to
tumi-h gratis my Amer eau Aim .nae, containing
certificates of their cures and directions foi their
usc in thc fullowirg complaints : Costiveness,
Heartburn, Headache arising from disorder of
stom-eb, Nausea. Indigestion, Pain in and Morbid
Inacii it cf thc bowels, Flatulency, Loss of Appe?
tite, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, aris?
ing from a low state of tho bodv or ob.vrueiion ot
its functions. They arc nn excellent alterativo tor
the renovation ot'the blood and the restoration ot
tono and strength to th 3 system debilitated by dis?
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO..
Sold at wholesale, by DOWIE k MOISE,
Charleston, S. C., und by Itetuil Druggists every?
where fmw3mos Die De'efber 25
S A A C S K A ' S SURE POPI
Hats. Miro, kc, kc.
v lihou HIM unpleasant
..^.i^S^^'-^-S^S A PHOSPHORIC
<?.Q? j.', ? :?i53-3??; PASTE, hermetic illy I
. - ^?iii^rssp^\ si alec, and warranted
~^ y'JlsJ.~ to kc p fresh for all
limes i he greatest discove y of its kimi iu the :igc
wc- live ia. .so person need ho t.ioubl d wita Eats
Mico, Heil lings or Koacb s, lor Mr. Ismc-ten's des
tractive remedy is wit lu die ?each of all, prepared
oulv by hiuise t. Irom rate and valuable compoums
its ch' snoots is ? s wonderful as ns clllcicv-hun?
dreds ot testimonials have ben lecivol from all
parts oj.thc Unjred >tatesa?i to Its value sud satisfac?
tory operativo power, from which, tor want of tp.ee,
we simply select Hie following.
WILLARD'S HO IEL, WASHINGTON, D. C., I
October lat, 1?C8. J
Mn. ISAACSF.N-Dear Sir: Itgi^es me great pleas-1
uro to testily to tn- gratifying result obtained at this
?ole! through usiner your Phosphoric Paste; it ia
now two years s'nee I first heard or your remedy.ar. J
detemmed to give it a la'r trial; that trial proved so
auecesstul that not a trace ot Eats cr Roaches have
pta ce- been discovered, although previous to that
time WP were cotupletch overrun. Wishing von eveiy |
success tn tue usetul career you have chosen,
Iiemaiu, yours respectfully,
JOHN WOLFE. Engineer.
For rale by DOWIE k MOWa,
No. 109 Meeting-streeet, corner H.-.s^l,
Charleston, S. C.,
January 13 wfrnlS Agents lor Southern Stat?,..
HART Sc OO.i
CORN' KU KT Al G AND HARKET STS,,
CHARLESION, S. C.,
IMPORTEES AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic Hardware*
ENGLISH AND SWEDISH BAR IRON
PLOUGH AND NAYLOR'S CAST STEEL.
?onalstlDg of POT.*, OVENS, SPIDLR8 and EXTBA
CIRCULARS, CROSS CUT AND MILL SAW&
ilLLL ROCKS AND BOLTING CLOTH
AND A VABIETT OF
PLAIN, STAMPED AND JAPANNED
A VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS.
P. s.-Descriptive Catalogues can be bad on ap?
plication. fmw3uios DAG November 27
HOES! HOES! HOES!
HARDWARE OF DIRECT IMPORTATION
Brig Agra and Steamship Golden Horn,.
BRADES' CROWN HOES
ELWELLS HO 128 j
EL WELL'S SOCKET SPADES ^
s iEEL COR:; MILLS
PADLOCKS IN SEi'3, WITH MASTER KET8
CARRON WARE, kc.
?Vith a genera' asm tm mt ot american Hardware
ind Ploughs, wliicn I oller low for ca?h.
C. P. POPPEN HEIM,
No. 417 KING-STREET,
Febiuary 1 Imo* DAC 6iun on the Pavement
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR FEMALES Ak
FOR SPRING USE
?5-.\0 BITTE IIS Bttl'AI< TO THKM.^oje
THE CELEBRA TED SUMTER BITTERS,
made of PORE LIQUOR, HERDS AND ROOTS, eo
well kuowu iu Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK. CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT. CHEERY BARK,
And such otlicr lit TtE-? HOOTS ap Trill In all
caEes*05si-:t nigfstioa. promote tho secretions of the
system in the natural channel?, and give
TO^E AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNG AND OLD. MALE AND FEMALE-:
AU Use It V. itu Wonderful Succ?s
TU THIS PALE WHITE Lip,
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CUBES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SOMIER EUTERS. So'.d by Druggists
US-bee that our signature ia over the cork of Itch
bottle. DO WIK ii MOISE.
POPRIETOR3 AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
August S fimo1* Chariest CD, S< 0