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THE DAILY NEWS.
On the occasion of the Third Anniversary ?f0* Was?l'
?inffUm Light Infantry Charitable Association, Feb
ruary 22, 1869.
BT O. HERBERT BAAS, ESQ.
Ko masque of antique mummery ie nore,
Nocareiesa, reymering, pleasure-loving crew,
Noreuil, making jobilaot the air.
The long night-watebes throngb :
Not with glad jrarb and festival array.
Nor nt turu of tbe feast, nor laugh, nar song.
But with bushed heart we keep our hobday,
As men whose taith is strong :
Strong to endure, to tarry, to obey,
Anet <n mute patience to possess our souls,
Until the Angel from our lives away
Tho cambering earth-weight rolls.
Kot giddy mirth bePts ns who enclose
Wi than our souls am'mory and a vow
Whose hearts are busy with the thouf.bts of those
Who were, and are'uotnow
"Within whose ears still lingers the faint toar
Of distant cannon, and tbe trumpet-call,
Sounding their trued who never any more
Shall au in banquet hall.
For ns, indeed, a loftier purpose holds,
Who keep with curbed soul our tryst to-day;
To that far hope, which all our life enfolds,
As loyal we as they.
Their's-amid trumpet-blare and roll of ?rum,
And ?hock of charging toes, to win their peace,
TiR the long turlough to the soloier come,
And tho stern warfare cease.
OUT'S-to sheotl o now the sword they drew in vain,
To guard their honor, who for OUT'S died,
To keep forever holy from all stain
The homes Death purified.
J saw a vision-from the gulfs of sleep
Strange shape* rose up and spectral shadows grew,
And war's red billows seemed to surge and sweep
Forever in my view.
I saw a city's streets alive with men,
I saw Ute to.- sing banners take thc air:
The tramp of mai tl al feet grew loud-and then
I heard a mother's prayer.
And onward throngh the mist I looked, and saw
A green field royal with the nodding grain ;
And over all a deeo and solemn awe,
A hush, as if of pain.
And sudden Ibrougb fair Nature'6 perfect calm,
There ran the t hud der ot a fiery breath.
And brave souls floated on that awful psalm,
Ont to the sea of death.
Over their heads bent down lhe tossing grain.
And the pure violets looked in grave surprise,
And white fleld-liile- veiled before the slain,
The splendor of their eyes.
I saw a tattered banner rise and fill;
I saw a hf le band go calmly on;
I saw the red waves sweep above them all,
And the long rost was won !
Tes, won for th', rn, thongh still for us tho bard .
Tempestuous journey mock our weary eyes,
Which tarry still the infinite reward
The hope pain sanctifies.
Furled is the flip, tho trumpet sounds no more,
The sanctity of failure : irda us round,
"Whose pilgrim steps upon their native shor?,
Fall as on alien ground.
Tot may wa find some work He would have done,
Whose o*n good time our souls in patience wait,
Sonae feeble hand to help, which all alone
Most battle with na fate.
For higher than the hope which looks beyond.
Is tho calm, steadfast love that works alway ;
Nor waste on futm o fa-_,ci-s farand fontt,
The strength Uod gives to-day.
Content to do its Master's work below,
While yet the light is on tho daily task:
Nor seeks with restless discontent to know
The meaning of the mask.
I saw three flaires walk along a road,
And two looked up with rapt and saint-like gazo,
. Eyes which through earth-mists ever turned to tfod,
Lips which lor aye did praiso.
The path grew rough; the trailing briars caught
At the wbite robes, and toro the tt-n.ier feet;
Tet paused they not, serene os those who sought
Far off tbe golden street.
And I said. "Surely, mighty is that Hope,
That Faith divine t"-and turned to look for her
Who trod with patient steps the barren slope
A toil-stained wayfarer.
The path was rough-she made nc lamentation,
But wrought to make it smoother for thc rest,
And generation after generation
.Bose up, and called her blest.
And thea I h^ard: And uow abideth Faith.
And Hooe and Charity, and shall not fall;
But yet is Charily, the spirit s ii th,
The greateit-ol th-rn all.
QI om merri a I.
BA LTTM OBE-Fer sehr Shiloh-183.0C0 feet Lum?
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, I
CHARLESTON. Monday Evening, Feb'y 22. I
COTTON.-The market for this article, after ex?
periencing a time of long depression, has apparent?
ly reached a period when we may look for an im?
provement in the demand, and probably in price,
and under the influence of better news from thc
regulating points, the business here opened with a
better feeling with Bales at stiffening rates, when, on
receipt of Liverpool telegrams, the inquiry became
more active and prices hardened ft@ft, and in some
transactions about ftc lb, tho market closing firm
and bare of 6tock; sales near 900 bales, v'z: 20 at
25ft, 12 at 26ft. ICS at 27,10 at 27ft, 67 nt 27ft, 120
at 27ft, 74 at 27ft. 217 at 28, 100 at 28ft, 91 at 28ft
and 25 on private terms. We quote:
B> LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Ordinary to cood ordinary.27 @27ft
By New York classification wo quote :
BICE.-The demand was good for this article and
prices rather firmer; sales about HO tierces of clean
Carolina, say 44 at 8ft, Rf at 8ft, 48 at 8ft and 5 at
813-163 ? lb. We quote common to fair clean
Carolina at 8ft@8ft; good ot8ft@8fta f, lb.
marice ts by Telegrapn.
LONDON, February 22-Noon-Consois 93a93'.?.
Bonds 79. Sugar on the spot 39s Gd.
Evening-Bonds 78ft. Sugar on the spot 38s 9d;
afloat 30s 3d.
LTVSBFOOL, February 22-Noon.-Cotton firmer
but not higher; uplands liftd; Orleans 12d. Sales
.10,00 J bales.
Two P. M.-Cotton Armer and more active; up?
lands liftd; Orleans 12ftd. Sales 12,00j bales.
Corn-old, 82s; new, 30s 3d. Pork dull. Tallow
Evening-Cotton firm; uplandsl2?; Orleans 12ftd.
Bales 12,000 bales. Corn, old. 32s 3d.
HAVUE, February ?2.-Cotton If 37c; afloat If 38c.
I .J . DOHESTIO MAB EFTS.
CINCINNATI, February 22,-Whiskey duli at 92e.
PR rtsions unsettled. Bacon shoulders 13ftc. Lard
18c". Mess pork neglected. $31 the best offered.
ST. Loins, February 22,-Whlskey dull at 91c.
Pork quiet at $82a32ft. Bulk meats dull and lower.
Shoulders 12ftal3c; clear sides 17ftc; plain sugar
cured hams 18c: canvased 19e. Lard dull at l'J;.21ftc.
WTLMTNOTON, February 22.-Spirits turpentine
quiet at 51ft. Rosin dulL Crude turpentine un?
changed. Tar advanced 3c, S3 05. Cotton-nothing
doing, lhe day was'not observed.
AUGUSTA, February 22- Cotton advancing and
holders flrtn; sales 165; middlings 27fta27ft; re?
ceipts 299. Baining the entire day.
. SAVANNAH.' February 22 -Cotton firm; advanced
ftaftcwmiddlings 28ftc; sales 1509 bales; receipts
MOBILE. February 22.-Cotton-salomi 2C00 bales,
including 100after inc close of the nistket on Satur?
day; firm and in demand ; low middlings 27ftc; re?
ceipts 1127 baies; exhorts 2892.
NEW ORLEANS, Feb nary 22.-Cotton advanced ft
al cent. Middlings 28ft cent*; strong demand and
light offerings; sales 2900 bales. Receipts since Sat?
urday 9307 bales; no t sports. Notning doDe in ex?
change, the banks being closed. Bacon dull and
falling; shoulders 13; clear rib sides 18; clear 18ft
Sugar higher; common lDftalift ; prime 15ft; yellow
clarified 16ft. Molasses higher; prime 79a81.
. COLOatBU-\. February 19.-COTVK-The contest
?between spinners and speouliiors has temporarily
(it is thought here) resulted in favor of ?be iorn.er.
since Friday bo.h Liverpool and New \urk have
declined materially, t ow long this depression can
continue is problematic L AU aark?ts haw gone
down with them. Bush e-s menin this section ure
confident of a reaction, jadging from the small
stocke. There have been more sales to shippers
dur 1ER tbe week titan any correspond?'g time this
season. No large amount of cotton is being offered,
and tb ere has been only a l'ght demand. Local
speculators have done comparatively nothing. Some
have shipped. Tbe great proportion of tho stock
here is limited to figures higher than tbe ruling ones.
Th" receipts of th ? week are a*out a fourth of those
of the corTe'ponding week of last seas n, and balf
those of hut week. Bad roads and firm work may
have had some effect. Of thc sto-i? it ic estimated
4500 baJ.'.s are held by local speculators, 8000 heavily
advanced on, the rest unencumbered.
The following are the reports of thc warehouses
lor the week: Saturdiy nothing done; Monday
Northern middlings nominal y 27c, lieht demand,
sales 203 bales; Tuesday unchanged, sales 155 bal?s;
Wednesday opeuedat27c, but before ll A M. bad
declined to 26a26ftc, sales 200 bales; Tnt lay ao
mand light. Northern middlings 20ftc, talcs 200
bales; today further declines in Liverpool und New
York havo "uusetUed our market and depressed it:
6?les 148 bales. Tho following are the nominal rul?
ing quotations at the close of the market : Ordinary
23u23>-'c; good ordinary V4fta25c; low middlings
25'4c;*middliogs, >'orthera, 26:: good middlings
26ftc. Warehouse niel for the week 808 bales.
Week's receipts 843 ba es, atrainst 8227 tuc corres?
ponding week of lost season oud 1197 the previous
week ol this year.
Stock on hnnd September 1, 1868. 280
Received iiast week. r43
Recei ? cd previously.42,146-42.939
Shipped past week. 1,523
Stock on hand this evening.10,302
Memphis Cotton Market.
MEMPHIS, February 19.-Several buyers were in
tbe market to-day, on orders, nt 26fta2Gftc for low
middling, but lound factors el JW to maka conces?
sions, and, consequently, but a moderate business
was done, sales b-ing about 1.OOO bales. We note
s^les of 160 and 46bales lon- miidlitig at 26ft", and
100 and 93 bales tow middling at 2?ftc. in addition
to which a Unioc-sticct bou-o work, d off 400 bales
(mostly low middling) at a basis of 27c. Bids of
26c on good ordinary were rejected in at leas: two
instances, '.bough small lots wero picked up at 25fta
25ftc. A list of 300 bales, barely Io v middling, WJS
i-oh i at 26 ftc, but tuc transactions was broken in Bun
sequenco of instructions from thc owners of the cot
tou to hold lor a time longer. On middling lists 27ft e
was au outside price in tho estimation of buyers, but
as on yesterday a few small selections were taken at
27>?a28c. Guerillas wat? in thc market und did some
little business at about iff. ?Kilow ruling rates. Some
factors were unable to effect sales, and will be sur?
prised to leirn that any busintss was done. Tables
of middling arc held at 28c. We quote: Ordinary 24
a25; good ord ii ary 25fta26; low middling 26fta27;
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1869. 47
Received to day.1,805
Shipped previouM?.172,353-172 976
Stock on hand .21,018
Easton ?? Co."s Cotton Report, for thc
Week ending February 19. ISC9.
NEW YOKE, February 20 -THE MARKET -In our
last report the market ci .sed dull at 30c for mid?
dling Uplan?j. Satuidav Lhere was some pressure
: to sed. and exporters cam*! in at the decliue uni
bought lreoly. Attheolose, alter tho icport. there
was inoro doing. Sales 2332 nt 29fta29ftc. Mommy
tho mat set continued ou.I, and tcveral lots wer>
sold to exporters at 23ftc for low mi'idlin/, quick
dehvery. For delivery in ten days, 28ftc ?as bid.
Sales 1948 bales nt 29fte for middling. Tuesday, iu
the absrnce of .ab. - advices, aud with receip s point?
ing to some increase over last week, buj era held
off and only took bnch lou* as were forced. Hold-rs
generally did not press. Batea 1' 67 bales at 29ftc.
Wednesday, with continued heavy ree.ipts. prices
drooped, and several lots of low middling were
bough) at 28c, prompt delivery; Spinners bought
more tr-ely tliau for some time past. Sales 2210
bales at 29 .ftc. 'thursday, thu low puces at which
holders offend th ir stocks brought in more buyers;
4173 bales were Bold at 29c !. r midd ing, and 28c and
ICSB tor low middling. Yesterday Uero was less
pressing, but exporters would only take off such lots
as would show u margin for prout. Compared with
Liverpool epiunera bought more freely. sales .'it 18
bal B. Middling quoted at 28ftc, but very little ol
fered below 29c.
During tho weok wc have hid a dull and dccliniug
market here und abroad; our prices aro lu' tjo low?
er, and Liverpool has dec,inc i fully ftd. \arious
causes have cout. ibutcd to this result, .onie ot which
are as follows: Prospect of larger receipts-tho esti?
mates randing from S'.'.OOO to 85,U00 bale-. Telegram
reporting lhe exports li om Bombay, for week end
lug 14th inst. 61,000 bales-largo exports. Spinners
here and in Manchester aro buyiug less than their
consumption. Tight money market forcing sonic
holders to realize at b.'St ptice. Difficulty of negoti?
ating exchange and duel''nc -a gold. Rumors ot fail?
ures in Manchester, tending to increase tho depres?
sion. Under thes- circumstauecs it is not surpris?
ing that prices gave way. There havo been rcco.vcd
at lhe por's since 1st ?September 1,555.916 bales, ol
which exporters have taken 807,113 baies; spinners,
392,163; and the 6tocks have increased 35t".i U'J baies.
Excess ove" last year in receipts, now 24,892 bales.
Deficit in ebii morts to Liverpool, now 134,360 bales.
'1 he sales for futuro delivery hive boen small ; 200
at 28ftc: 500 at 24c; 30J at27fte; 200 April, at 28ftc,
all low middling. Wo cabled to W. c. Watta & Co.,
Liverpool, asking them to send us the exports from
Bombay tor Oreat Britain for tbe bret fortnight in
February. 'J bey say-"Bombay sailings first fort
rnght 34.000 bales." In regard te tha supply of
American cotton tor tho balance of tho season, wc
would reman tba: no more can be expected at the
ports this y. art lian last, considering tho overland
shipments. Ibis would give us ?.bout 650,000 bales
at thu ports, to which must bc added thc stock, now
in ports, 490 000 bales. 'J his gives a supply ot 1.050,
000 bales for thc mills, until tue in< cai mg ot the new
crop. It is apparent that either Great Britain, 'lie
Continent, or our spinners will receive less than
they need from this crop.
Stock in Liverpool.277 000 266 000
Afloat from India.UO.t 00 115 000
A float from A menea.125.000 185,000
Stock in Lom on.119 450 98.6:10
Afloat for London. 65.000 23.000
Ntock In Bavie. 09 762 46 260
Afloat for Bavre.40GI3 26.197
Stock in United States port<.400.203 350,962
Stock in the interior towns. 84.519 92,080
Total.,.1,281517 1.2 3.129
Exe.ss in vi-i dc supply. 78,418
Upland Jc Mobile. New
Florida. Orleans. Texas.
Ordinary. -a26 -a26ft - a'26ft - a'2:ft
dtuary. -a26ft - a27 - a'27ft - a27ft
dling... -o27ft -aOS - ?285? - a28ft
Middling -a'29 -a'29ft - a29ft - a29ft
Rales of tbe weet 15.178 bales, including 6661 to
spinners, 2 334 to speculators, and 6180 to export?
Gross receipts at this port for the week, 21,'.'12
bales. Since September 1, 447,3^2 bales.
For Ibo information of our southern friends wc
extract tb- following from Siuiib, Edwards & Co.'a
Circular of M February :
"In Manchester, owing tho past month, more
strength has becu evin cod than for a loug time be?
fore, and yarns generally hu ve advanced decidedly
more than tho raw material, thus patting the spin?
ner in a belter position Ibau ho was ;n (turing Dc
cornier; indeed, we are inclined to beltev? that
th-re has. tor some time, been no loss on spiuni .g
m thu m jority ot cuses, and thc narara] conse?
quence is that the short time movement has quite
brokcu down, and the consumption ba> dceideuly
mci ease J *li cc tho close ol' la-<t jca ?. a'd is now, wc
behove. 55.000 bales per week lor tho EiugdoL*.
"Ibis improvement in Manchester ts veiy sur- I
pr.sing, when taken into connection with thc state 1
of trade pn vtously. for there bus becu no chance of '
importance in our loading loroign market-. Goods
iii Ul na tuve advanced but slightly, and are still ut
a price only equivalent to the lowest point of Man
chester during December.
"We think the oxp'auat on is chit Uv to be found
in the fact thal buyers of Manchester products w. rc
laboring under erroneous notions ol the probable
supply of cotton d'ir! eg tho current year, ami held
off irom buying in the expectation that cotton would
be cheaper, at d tbut itsproduct would fall likewise.
T>.is opinion is now dispeled, und thc alarming
scarcity of supply is recognized in Manchester as
fully as herc,
"From > gypt lhe accounts of tho crop arc most
disappoiutiug aud thc yield is now thought lo be
no larger than thu last, and from U azi 1 wc arc re?
ceiving smaller supplies tliau lust year, instead of
much ereater. aa was generally expected. It is al?
leged, however, lhat this is only temporurr, that tho
crop ia late, and will be shipped more largely cr*
"thc most disappointing news is from India.
The cl-aran:es from Honibay iu Jai'U ry are unac?
countably imull. lhe exact figured for lie mouth
have not rea -lied us. but arc believed to > e about
10.000 biles, or less than hus been known for several
>e irs, while at the oth 'r lud?an ports scarcely any?
thing is Blipping tv this country; foin Calcutta
nearly nil tho cotton is romy to ?'l ina. ?besefaets
imply un alarming detlcicucy ol Indian cotton our
ingthe first hali'of this year* lhere eau be un rc
plenibhmeut ot our? toe.; till June, and, tor two or
three mont s pro to chat the consumption must
b starved dowu .o ha.f its pr?sent rate; tho trade
?ill be uioicp l ched for Indian ctton than al any
time Sinei- lhe c!o?e i f lue Aloe:lean war.
"We understand thai new cotton is now reaching
Bombay freely, und we expect tole: ab.} liberal siuii
ment.i during l ebr ary, and ?tter that very liberal
om ?, but we seo no grounds to ex cet that they w:ll
avciage ubovo those of las: jr ur. "ihu cropagancr
ally ou the westeru side of India arc believed to lo
about ihe same size as last year, out the quality is
expected to oe be ter. In comparing our supply ol
East Indian cotton for tho next lew mouths With last
year, it rnu-t be remembered thai we added to stock
55,i.U0 bales during March, 186S, from collections,
whereas there is no probability of such large addi?
tion this year, and this goes lar to coun;erba!ai.ce
the small excees on tho water.
. "Taking a general survey of the entire posiliou it
must be allowed tbat tho present Drices for coi lou are
unavoidable, and that they cannot bc materially re?
lucid while consumption goes on and theprospetts
af supply are so poor-indeed thc po-ilion is so crit?
ical that a further serious risc is far from impossible.
Should the A men can r cei ts run considerably under
last year for the next few weeks, lhere would bo con?
tinued excitement in this marked, and the advance
ivould go on till 'thon tim-' was forced noon spin?
ders, but if tho i eceipts keep on thc .?mo scale as
ast year, this furtber advance will like y bo avoided,
md perhaps some slight : eactioh occur. In no ca-e
ioca it ut cm likely ibut our stocK eau bc much iu
iea-.cd for some time; but, were the trade to buy J
largely under exciting news ft om America, it might
be reduced to 200,000 bales."
Ihe situation is here described by conservative
authorities, as it appeared to them on 1st Febroaiy.
What changes have occurred since that time to canse
prudent people to change their opinion as to the
prospective value of cotton ? The receipts for tho
past three weeks have been 70,000 bales less than tor
the same time last year. Spinners have bought lit?
tle, hut th? con sump; iou has gone on, as before, and
there is to day 30,000 bales less cotton in reserve at
the mills than on 1st February That reserve is now
down to 90,000 bales, and nearly as low as it can
prudently bc allowed to run. Our information from
?ll parts of ihe cotton region points to a decided tail?
ing off in receipts soon.
Murray. Ferris ?t Co.'s Naval Store
NEW YORK. February 20.-SPIRITS TIJBPESTINE
Tho decline notediu our lase h is continued through?
out tho week, tho market clo-ing . cry dull at 65<a.
T be sales were 430 bbl? at 55a57o merchantable. In
thc car y part of thc week there were some inquiries
lor export, which have n w entirely ceased in cons??
quence of the unfavorable reports fr m the English
raarke's. Receipts 1282 bbls. Exports 2 bhls. Stock
about 6500. -
ROSIN-The better grades are in good request, and
becoming rather scarce. ?Wo note sales ol 4500 bbls
at $3 50a4 75 tor No 1; $5a5 62?? for pale, ann $6u6 50
for Eastern pale. The scarcity of freight room and
continued high rates checks business in strained,
which closes dull at about $2 45. The sales are 6000
bbls at $2 5Ua2 55 for strained common ; (2 6u for
good strumed, and $2 70a3 tor No 2. Receipts 11,055
bb's; exports 9951 bbls.
TA?-Is in better demand at improved prices.
Sales of 1258 bblB at *3 75a3 90 for Wilmington, and
S3a3 25 for North county. There is also reported
1000 bbls Wilmington selected, on pi i vate terms,
which is doubtful, aud may bo of same character as
150d reported some weeks since for export, winch
has not yet been shipped. Receipts C66 bbls; no
Lo ii i lances pei -ou til i ai oil nu Kaili omi
745 bales Cotton, 26 bales Domestics, 1301 bushels
Groin, 75 bbls Flour, 31 casks Bacon. To Railroad
Agent, Oraeser k smith, Johnston, Crews & Co, L D
DeSaussuro. Thurston & Lohnen. G W Williams k
Co, Fe zer, Rodgers * Co, Bischoff k Co, Caldwell &
Son, Reeder k Davis. Mowry & Co, Dowling & Co,
Wardlaw k Carew, Clacius & Witte. JUE Sloan, W
K Ryan, Brodie k C", W W smith, J N Robson, T J
Kerr & Co. Frost k sdger. Courtenay k Trenholm,
Stenhouse A- Co, B O'Neill, H Cobia k Co, Claghorn,
Herring 4: Co.
Consignees per Northeastern Ilailroad
?78 bales Cotton, 85 bushels Rough Bice, Mdso, &c.
To Reeder k Davis, Walter k Co, Mowry k Co, Ken?
dal! k Dock?ry, C I Fuller. Insraham k son, G W
Williams A Co. Graoser & Smith, J schirmet-, Have
nel k Co, Frost & Adgor. Railroad agent.
Per steamship Magnolia, from New York-Miss
Dillon and servant, Miss Redmond Dr U N Rut?
ledge. P Mood, J H Hand. J P Jones. F E Jost, B W
Wu.horn, A Priest. U Honsel), and 5 on deck.
JPort of Charleston. February ?23
1JO K, TV VAJUKZrDA.lt.
PH AS KS OF Wt MOON.
fast Quarter, 3d, 11 hours, 36 miuutes, morning.
Nen- Moon, 11th, 8 bouts, 31 miuutes, moruing.
First Quarter, 19tu, ll hours, 46 minutes, morning.
Full Moon. 26tb, 6 hours. 41 minutes, morning.
RISES. I GETS.
22 Monday....i G..37 , 5..00
23 .Tuesday-.. 6..35 c..51
24|Wedncs"dav.| 6..34 | 5..52
25 Thursday.... 6.. 33 5.. 53
20|lrlday..... G..82 i 5..54
27 Saturday... G..Si 5..f>,">
28i*aiulav.I G..30 I G..55
3..10 , 3..40
4.. U 4..49
5.. 2 I 5..51
Rises. , G..45
Steamship Magnolia, Trowell, Now York-left 18?h
iust-detained off thc Bar 24 hours in thick log.
Mdse. To Raveuel k <. o, M A: A Ash.ou. J D Aiken
k Co, G W AI mar, Bollmauu Bros. ll D Burkett. J C
Burckmycr. W M Bird k Co, K K Browcr, E Bite? 4
Co, H Uucboff* Co, J M Caldwell k sou, W H Cha
f e k Co. Li nokia A: C >, M Calder, J Cautpsen k Co,
J Commins, - Courtenay, <"o'ac.i. Uauckel k Co. C
D Carri: Co, Clacius k Witto, crauc, Loyision tc (lo,
Dotig.as k Miller, J Jk F mawson, I'Darcey, lt Doug?
lass K Co, Deuuv & Perry, Dowic k Mob>c, Furcbgo t
Bios. J S Fairly k Co, F Franc e. (.' D Frauckc, B M
rogariy, A D Fleming, Forsyth, Mc.^omo k Co, A G
Goodwin 4: Co, U Go.dsiciu, J M Greeu, Goodrich,
Wiucnian k Co, H Gerdts k Co, J H Gruber, G h
Gruber, J Hurkamp k Co, N A Bunt. J Ll Hillen, A
H Hayden, F Heu ry, Hart k Co, 1 Hymiu A.- co, C U
Johnson, E W Jackson, Jeffords je co, J Jara, John?
ston, Crews k Co, M N Kline, Knox. Daly k <lo, U W
Kinsman, Kliuck, WicUenti*ru ."c Co, J Kauffman, ?
F Laroussellier, A Langer, OJ Luhn, Lanny & Alex?
ander, Melehers k Mm.er, sehr Montrose, Mowry
Co, J Matsuall. Jr, J tl Murray, J o Moftett, C Mad?
sen, M Mark?, M At Co, b lt Marshall, Mc Loy k Rice,
D McGuire, J G Milnor k Co, Nachmau k >'o, North,
Steele k Wardell. D Paul k Co, W F Paddon, Rave?
uel k Hohnes, C F l-auknin, J A Quack) nbush, H
Sieghug, .southern Kxprees Co, H Meud.r. L Schnell,
Stoll. Webb k Co, W ste-dc, E scott, F A Simon, G
W Steffens ic Co, strauss k Vance, U S subsistence
Department, Tobias' sous, J B Tegui. M A Tann
luuson, J thompson, O 'J ideman, F von Santen, L
Weiskopf, Wuiburn A; SMJiuif, W G Whilden & Co,
D IL siloox. Walker, Evans a Cogswell, J N M Wohlt
man, Werner ic Duckor, Wageiier & (.lot-sees, W J
Taten. Oluey k Co. Ostoudorlf A: Co. J R Bead k Co,
S C ltailroaa agent, and others. Experienced heavy
gales entire nassu ,0.
Sloop Mary Goo 'rich, Robert0, Ashf poo. 13 bags
Sea L-land Cotton, i 0 bushels Bough Bice. To Wi.
lis i: ChLolm, W C l ee k Co, Hopkius, McPherson
Sc Co, U Elalie & Co.
sloop Grecrleaf, tro:.) Saetee. 800 bushels Rough
Rice. To Thurston At Uolracs.
Cleared 1 e&tcrday.
5ihr Shiloh, Hubbard, Baltimore-H F Baker 4: Co.
From this Fort.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York, Feb 19.
jchr Robert Caldwell, MeCoi mack, New York, Feb
Up for this Port.
ichr Charles E Raymond, Higgins, at Boston, Feb 1'.'.
Cleared Tor this Fort.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, ai New York, Feb
?ehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, at Bostor, Feb 19.
Slupiicxvs by Telegraph.
SAVANNAH. February 2 !-Arrived, steamship Her
nann, Liviugsiou. New ?ork.
Cleared, brig Cha- lea Miller for Philadelphia.
Weather warm aud heavy rams.
The nchr il P Ad ms. Crom Portland, Mo, for
Charleston, S C. ai rived at Holmes' liolc Fcnruary
9. bhe reports ha vi j; sol lided with th?* echr se
uiu ?hen od' thc shoals, aud carried away jiobooin
o bowsprit cap.
'I he sehr Sarah Cullen, Avis, from Charleston for
iostou, arrived at Holmes' Hole February 18.
Tho sehr Wm Slater, Smalley, freni Georgetown,
> C, for Newburyport, arrived ut Holmes' Bole Feb
The tahr Ida S Burgess, Burgess, from Portlanflj
le. lor L-eorgctowu, S t?, arrived at Holmes'Dolo
LIST OK VP>SK.:.S
IP, CLEA HLD AND HAILED FOR J Mci POL;
F O R E I O S
hip R C Winthrop, Stewart, sailed.Jan 22
Thc Editb Wheeler sailed.Jan Iii
?misil bark David McNuit, McE.h? uuy, sid..Jan 18
lark Harriet t Hussey, Holmes sailed.Jan 14
Jritish brig Cecilia, Bistrup, sailed.Jau U
hip Pacine, Foss, sailed.Jan 4
TOUT TA Lit ox.
Tic Courhr, Jenkins, sailed.Jan 12
tcamshtp Alliance, Tillson. up.Feb 1G
ebr B N Hawkins, Wyatt cleared.Feb 19
(chr Charles k, Ra sound. Higgins, up.Fon 19
ehr alary D Haskell, Barbour, cleared.Feb 10
chr Annie E Glnvcr, Terry, up.c eb 17
chr Richard Vaux. Whinier. saUed.Feb 12
chr S E Adams, Donnell, cleared.Feb 15
... a Till:?
tcam?hip Champion. Lockwood, cleared.>"cb 19
Irig Adelaide. Wilson, Bleared.Feb 17
ebr Marion (toge shepherd, eieured.Fu'j 13
ehr H WGodtrey -ears, cleared.Feb 12
cur Iona. Kendall, cleared.F-1< Tl
chrlJ ? Hul*u, Hildreih. cleared." eb ll
chr Koret, Crocker, cleared.Feb U
cbr Hyne, Glover, cleared.Feb u
ehr Enchant russ Cover' , cleared. v.Keb G
ehr i r do w'iud,-. nu..".Feb ia
ehr Matthew Kinney, 0?4er. cleared.Feb i 7
ehr Gcoigs li M?'S. M?ls, up.Feb ld
chr Svlvar.,-. up.I en 16
chi- Lucy A Utciitt, ? .arkell, U|.Feb IC
chr Wauala,-. ip.Fob 13
toauislrp J W Fvcimau, Vance, up.Feb 16
chr Clara. Malford, cleared.Feb 5
clir Anule Barton, FnOk, cleared.Feb 10
chr E U Graham, raith, up.Feb 15
chr Henry Arlen, Tatem. up.Feb 15
chr CampbeU, Torry, op.Feb 13
ehr Rachel teaman, High, cleared.Fob 6
::nr Laura, Cuc-u^-B* up.Feb 8
ehr C s Grove. Weaver, cleated.Feb 9
?hr C F Mayo, McMii!..u, cleared.Feb ll
:br Alice O Glace, Gilchrist, cleared.Feb 17
ihr Golden City,-, sailed.Feb 12
r O H > li . AliEXAMUElt,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. io li road-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD
ESTING ACCOUNTS ol Merchants aud others,
id tn WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOUaS,
Bier in part or whole, &c. January 9
?T A TON8 PORE DISSOLVED BONE, TO AR
O VJ RIVE and for sale by
PELZEB, RODGERS & 00.,
February 23 tutnsS_Atlantic Wharf.
TO THE PLANTERS
SOUTH CAROilNA AND GEORGIA.
BELIEVING "WHANN'S" RAW BONE SUPER?
PHOSPHATE OF LIME to bo fullv equal to
thc best Fertilizers in market, and Ruperio' to many,
and bein? desirous of having it thoroughly tested,
we bave cmclude 1 to offer the following Premiums;
let. For the largest yield of Co ton Hom an acre of
hind, a Silver Pitcnor worth $100. 2d. For the sec?
ond largest yield of Cotton from an acre of land, a
Silver Pitcher worth $50. SS. For tho largest yield
ot Corn from an acre of land, a bilvet Gaolet north
The above premiums will be awarded where
*. Wff ANN'S " RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE
a'one is used on thc acre producing thc yield.
Those applying for the premiums will oo required
to furn sb satlsfacto<y evidence of thc amount p o
duccd on the acre, an t a statement of thc manner In
which they applied tho manure. A limited amount
only of this liio3pbatc will oe distributed during the
season. Prices, delivered on the cars at Charleston,
$05 per ton, cash; or $70 for approved city accept?
ances, payable 1st Novemner.
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, S. C.,
And No. 7 Warren Block, Augusta, Ga
February 23 Imo
OA A BARREL9 LAND PLASTE t, UNDING
?UU this day from ?teamer Magnelia.
1000 BARRELS to arrive by Schooners Scud and
Mat ion Gage.
Orders received by . . OLNEY & CO.
A AA TONS No. 1 GENUINE PERUVIAN GU
TCV/V/ ANO, direct from Agent and warranted
puro, to arrive prr schooners D. C. H?lse. H. W.
Godfrey. Sylvan, ard Lucy A. Orcutt. from New York.
For sale by T. J. KERR 4: CO.
r AA BBLS- LAHD PLASTER, TO ARRIVE
WV/v per schooner Trade Wind. ?
For sale by T. J. KERR & CO
AN AMIIIOMITED SOLUBLE
COMBINING ALL THE QUALITIES OF BONE
AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
THIS FERTILIZER TS WARRANTED TO GIVE
satisiaction. Planlers and farmers aro iuvited
to send for pamphlets, descriptivo of its virtues and
how to apply it.
XQ- Price", $C5 per ton of 2000 lbs.
For sale by lc. M. DUTLER,
February 17 Agent at Charleston, S. O.
ALTA VELA PHOSPHAT*.'.
jr IS COMPOSED OF THE GUANO FROM
ALTA VE LA,
Combined with other fertilizing material scientifical?
ly treated, making a COM PL STE MANURE.
The Company importing the Guano direct from
the rich deposit ? of Birla at ALTA V. LA, is enabled
to furnish, at a low price, a Fertilizer not excel?
For salo by
HUNKY CUB!A. ev CU..
At Charleston, S. C., for SIXTY DOLLARS PER
TON, or the
ALTA VELA GU VN<> COMPANY,
No. 67 Broadway, Now York.
January 2S Imo
THE LODI M4I?F4CT?EH6 CO,
INVITE PLANTERS AND FARMERS TO PEND
for a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilizers.
Wc oiler our DoU'lLE BEFI.NE-I P UDRE1TE,
equal to thc best Superphosphate, at the low price
of SSS per ton. i his Company also make a supe?
rior article of Nitrophouphatc and pure Bono Dust.
E. M. lODD. smithfield. Va., says where he used
the Double Refined Poudre tte on corn it doubled the
WILLIAMS Boos., Dover, Del., says it gave thsir
rhubarb and tomatoe-- a vigorous growth, ripening
tho latter two weeks earlier.
P. W. HUTCHISON, >r , near Cherokee, Ga., says il
nearly doubled his yield of cotton.
Hon. ELI S. SHOOTER, Eufnula, Ala., says his cot?
ton wn? fully equal to adjoining nelds manured with
thc best Superphosphates.
.-j. MONTGOMF.BT, El nvillr, Ga., says it increased
his crop of cotton ISO lbs per acre.
G. 8. OOLKBBY. Muriel's, Ga., usc I it on corn and
cotton and say? it mi.ro than doubled tho yio.d. he
regards lt the cheapest and most reliub.e Fertilizer
within his knowledge.
Ex-Governor i MUH, Worrenlon, Va., tried it with
three several crops the lust and present y OJ rs. sud
says: "I pronounce if with contidouce n niot>t valua?
ble mau n re."
'lhe Superintendent of Genoral W. R. Cox, Poll:
Island Plantation., N. C., says: "Ithink tbe Poudrettu
used foi* cuni cu- not bo aurpaaaod; used il also on
cotton which produced a large yield.
Dr. E. M. I-KNDi.iTON, bi aria, Ga., says: "Tho
Nltrophospbatc of Lime, used on cotton made 218
per rent, thc lt rsi year.
Piofessor OEOituE H. COOK, of tho New Jersey
State A fifield I ural College, at New Brunswick, ?.aye:
"lhe double Refined Poudrettu and Niiropbosphuto
of Lime paid us lull 100 per cent, above their mar?
ket value in tue increase ot crops this year."
Address LODI MAN OF VC i Ulf I MG COMPANY,
Box J130, New York Postollice. Office No. 06 Court.
J. A. ENSLOW & COZ
AGENTS FUR THE COMPANY.
January ll ih?tu3inon
No. 1 P ? g U VIAN.
SARDI'6 "SOLUBLE PUOSPHOd'ERUVIAN."
BARBY'S "AJf?lONlATE?, SOI.UBLL PACIFIC,"
IllGHKS'A' GK AD KS PUKE PHOsPHA
TIC UUA>OS AMU UIIOOMJ
LANI) FL A STE li.
THE USE OF TB li AEOVu. SOLUBLE P tOSPHO
PEltUVlAN und Amtuoniitcd Soluble Pacific
Guanos is particularly recommended, being com?
pounds of tho neuest Pacific I'lio-phatie Guauo,
rendered solublo; the lormer e-ntuiuiiig twenty per
cent, of Peruvian Guano, uud tito lutter highly am
moulatcd with Hiiimal matter-masing tue most
eonceutrated aud profitable fertilizers in usc for cot?
ton, cum, wheat and tobacco,
tor sale m bans aud burels, lu quantics to suit.
Testimonials from those wh ? have used thc above
will be tumi- ed on application.
GltAKSBK, LEE, SMITH & CU.,
General Agents at Charleston.
?Feed your Land and lt will Feed You."
December 21 vtc tlMulmo
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
rpHIS GUANO DTFfhlis FROM PERUVIAN
.L tluauo simply iu 'he relative proportions ol
the sanie eli menta of fertility.
Its use uuiiiij the past lour years for de culture
vf cotton aud -wm baa given lo it a c liar act cr tor
standard excellence unsttlpassed by genuine Porti
riau Guano, .-.nd where seasons of droiurht inter?
nee, i. produces a large lucrea.-e of crotta.
'Hie pike at wince this Guano is placed if ao
air..h bc'ow thai of Peruvian Guano, as lu constitute
it tn object cl ina erial importance to southern
Tlio lar;;e ci ital a::d res lUTCes of t'ao Company
mable ii tv lUvuisli a Guano Ol Hie htgiio I ralm at
tho lowc i po>sibo i-oat to consumer- uud tho
malina, iutercs. ol' ibu oompauy .j, recognized iu
1 hu Company looki io large stiles, cnn 1 profit?
ind a permanent trade for compensation on capital
o vest ed.
l>r. ST. JULIEN RAVENED, of Rou:h Caro?
ona, is Scientific Director to Hie Company,
iVhich alfords a sure guarantee ol the continued ex?
cellence cf thc. Guano. None gen ulna unle-s brand,
al willi thc name ot JOHN S. KEilsB ic CO., Genc
al Agents of the PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
For terms and mode of application, apply lo
J. S. KOL! sO\,
Agent for the State ol .-ouHi Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Decein' er 19 otc stuthSmo
p H. T KEN H ULM,
& No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
OHABLESTON, 8. C ,
MINER, SHIPPER AND DEALER
baila Carolina \'at?ve Bone Phosphate.
Jasuary ll Omca
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
QENEB4L SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON. B. C., Februa-y 19. 1869. I
ON AND AFTER SUIDAT, FEBRUARY 14TH,
thc PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Caro?
lins Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.36 A. M.
Arrive at augusta.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Mempbn
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery ano
Leave Charleston.s.?o A. M,
Arrive at Columbia.6.46 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rill
road, ana Camden train
Leave Augusta.8.00 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.. -.6.00 P. IL
Leave Columbia..\....7 45 A. il.
Arrive at Charleston. .6.00 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
I BU KD ATS EXCEPTED. I
Leave CbariostOD.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.8-20 a. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nashvilh
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
I eavo Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBI*. NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. M
Connecting (sundays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M,
SI MMEEVTLLE TRAIN.
Lcavo Charleuton.3.0? P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 4.50 P. M.
Leave SummerviBo.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville.4.2U P. M,
Arrhe at Camden.7.00 P. M.
Leave Camdon.0.35 A. M,
Arrive at Ringville.9.20 A. M,
iKignod) fi. T. PEAKE,
February 15 General SuDcnntendent,
E. H. RODGERS
MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
STENCIL ?TOCK AND DIES,
STEEL LETTERS AND STAMPS
CHUCKS AND TAGS
BRASS AND GKRMAN SILVER KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, ?fee.
BY TBE GALLON OR BARREL.
HILL'S PATENT HAND STAMPS
S KA li PRESSES
BRANDING IRONS, ?ic.
Ne. 129 EAST BAY-STRERT,
CHARLESTON, 8; C.
SSS- Call and examine specimens.
January 16 ' 3mos
BROKER, A UCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE?
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PBOPERTY
No. ?7 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 3. 0.
Hon. HENRY BUIST. W. J. MAGRATH. Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. B. WARING, Esq.
D W A It B DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 82 Warrcn-strcct,
PERSONAL ATTEN HON GIVEN TO THE PUR?
CHASE of ttU kinds oi M Lite H \NDISE. Boots,
Shoes, Hats; Ca s and Trunks and Straw Goods a
Consignments of alf kinds of Staple Articles and
general Prodnco solicited.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Lab- of Charleston, S. C.
Weekly Price Currents' sont free by post.
January 28 n?c Cmos
ORTH, ST KELE di WARDELL.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, CUTLER1
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, fte., &c,
No. 1G7 Mectliifr-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NOR UH,
A. W. WARDELL, JR. New York.
January 25 . Imo
Y E R S O N it BATES,
CHAMPAGNE ALE BREWERY,
? HARLEM, N. T.
This celebrated Ale is brewed fresh all through
he year, und is guaranteed to keep sound through
he hottest weather, sud on (hat account is ot al
Mas the best adapted to thc Southern climate. The
proprietors are desirous of establishing a trade for
heir Alo itt this -cction, and wish to make c
.angeraents willi some Ml? rgctie, responsible parly
o take ?ho - g?ucy for the salo of it in ?'hail sion
md vicinity. RYEItSON & BATHS,
Harlem station, New York City.
February 15 Imo
OFFICE No. 275 KING,
Jauuarv 27 3ino
gj_ K E A T
i??NBY'S & CO:S PHOTOGRAPH AND
FINE ART GALLERY.
NOW ON EXHIBITION THM LARGEST AND
inestCollccliouof CU HOMO LITHOGRAPHS ever
ecu in Charleston. They ore perfect copies of eci
brated Works of Art, both ancient .md modern.
Among ibo collection maybe found SALVAIOB
tOSA'S U LAD OF CHRIS!, Corrcggo's Magdalene,
i. Delacroix's Tide Goins Out, A. Delacroix's Tide
lomiug lu, Tumor's Venice, Jackson's English
co mr y, Row bot lom's English Scenery. Baxter's
Ingllsli und Irisu Scenery, Views on tbeRhiuc, The
ung fraud, Ilia Wctlerboru, Muiiuo Views, and
Ihc public arc respectfully invited to mil and see
bese boautU'nl Works ol Art. They are offered for
ale at New York price*.
Great reduction in the prtco PORCH LAIN PIC?
URES. Recent improvements in producing these
icturea enable us to now offer the at nearly one
slf the former prices, and lar supe. or. Call and
?Ult CARTES DE Vlsi IE AND OTHER
1 LAIN PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNSUR?
Especial attention giveu to ..blldren. /.Iso to copy
is old Daguerreotypes and other picture?, flatisfae
eu in all eases guaranteed, and at prices to eorres
oud with iho times.
OTTER PHOTOGRAPHS OF CHARLESTON,
FORT SUMTER AND MAGNOLIA
At Reduced Prices.
A flue collection of
TEREOSCOPIC VIEWS QV THE MOUN?
TAINS IN NORTH CA KO LINA AND THE
FRENCH BROAD RIVER,
hese sro the first and only Phototeraphs ever taken
in that locaUty.
O, ll 1 Al D Y X V O.,
No. 2G1 KIN'G-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
February 15 IC
WJVL JVC. IBIIR/D & CO., ?
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN .
.. ZINC PIM, COLORS, ViRMES.
[Paint Brashes, Window Glass, Oils of all kinds.
PROPRIETORS OF THE FAVORITE BRAND OF
RftTTJlANT PETBOLEUM OR KEROSENE OIL; ARTISTS' AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS.
AGENTS FOR HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES
MARVIN'S FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFEIS..
No. 203 EAST BAT-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
January 4 DAD 8mo
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forieiiable. V
Half JLoan Taken. No Notes Inquired.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT. V
Policies in force.$25,000,000
Annual Iuoome. 800,000
Losses Paid.- 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
L. MoADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUD ICE AR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Drx, New York.
Hon. JAMES HABFEB, Firm Harpar A Bros.,
ex-Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOKER,-Wall-street.
WM. M. VEBMILYE, Banker (Vermily* & Co.)
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking
Company. . ?
Hon. GEORGE OPDYKE, ox-Mayor of New York.
MrsoT'C. MORGAN. Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Tbomas Rigney & Co.
BENJ. B. rt HE RM AN, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company.
AARON ARNOLD, Firm ol Arnold, Constable & Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowne, Law?
E. Y. HAUGHWODT, Firm E. V. Haugh wo ut s
WM. WILKENS, F um W. WilkoDS & Co. i
JULIUS H. POATT, Merchant.
WM. W. "WRIGHT, Merchant. .
CHAS. J. STARR, Merchant. r%
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant. 3
GEO. W. CDYLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y. '
GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Dj
. Eorance Company. \
JOHN H. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner 5th Avenue and
EDWARD II. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for Soutii Carolina.^
Dr. T. REENSTJERNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,;
January 12 thu o DAC Office No. 235 King-3treot, Charleston, S. C.
paints, (Pilli, Cir.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & GO.,
Meetiug and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
OILS! OILS ! OILS!
100O 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 MACHINER! OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITEOAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEAT8FOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMBRON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1_ 6mo r
BELTING MBELTING !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 5
230 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
J INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO 1? INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1*
INCH DIA ME I ER
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AttD LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAMI. KOW, BA lt KL. KY & CU.,
Nortbei st Corner Mcctiug and Cumberland streets.
January 1 . fimo
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TiN
300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 23x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES TC 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TJN, TTNSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, ?rc, &c.
X3T STOJO AND TO ARRIVE.
CA MERO\, BARKLEY <H CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and cu ra borland streets.
January 1 6mo
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CAMERON, BARKLEY df CO.,
Sortbeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets
January 1 Cmo
STE AH GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
JLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
STATES GUAGES. GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
:OPPER AND BRASS WIPE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
January 1 Cmo
ZIISTC, JP -A. I?NTT s,
:OLOES, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, &c.} &c.
LAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMERON, BAKKLEY & CO.,
tortbcasl corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6mo /
Purifies the Bloed.
For Sale by Druggists Evcryw?crcs 1
July 28 Die iyr
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.?
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES, 4
Please send for a Catalogne to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest HI fe manufacturers)
rt,- ";Ti ( 205 Broadway, New York.
Principal J 721 Chestnut St., Phiia, .
Warehouses ]lfj3Bank st., Cleveland^
And for sale hy our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
United States. ,> .
FOR S ?LE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
Deeombor 29 lyr
RT O A L L IS ii T ,
No. 304 Pennsylvania Avenue,
BETWEEN KI STU AND TENTH STREETS,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Paintings, French, German and American Otu0
nos, Engravings, Photographe, Stereoscopes, Sterto
?copic Views, Parlor Brackets, icc.
And a full a<s irtment of best quality
SLACK WALNUT AND GILT, OVAL AND SQUARE
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Frames of any size or quality made to order.
A. V. S. SMITH, Proprietor,^
Refers to Hon. A. G.. MAO??ATH and Hon. J. B.
'AMPBELL. February 17
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DUORS, SASHES AND BliINDSf
Chark ston. S. C.
Particular attention pant to Shipping.
SHAVING ASID HAIR-CUTTING, .
W. E. MARSHALL,
BROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,*
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