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Arc TOO beauteous as tho rose,
Sarah ph i m ?
Have you snub or Grecian nose,
Does a smile wbito teeth disclose,
Does a dimple -weet repose
lu your eluLI ?
Have von blnck and ylo?sy hair,
i?a .-ihpbim ?
Over forehead oroal and fair
With your arching eyebrows rare
Do you friz or braid it there,
I am trying tosurm'ss,
ta- ah| 'him.
Have yon sparkling, speaking eyes.
Does your bosom tall and rise
In response to lovers' sighs,
Sarah pb i m ?
Though cur eyes have never met,
Sa rabi him,
j\Iy fond h a-1 can ne'er forget,
.And 'tis wildly beating yet
lor its Utile st unuer pct,
Have you ever had a bean,
Is the fellow fast or slow ?
Tell bim. if he doe u't know.
I'll not leave you, not for .oe,
CARDENAS-Per sohr Ella M Pennell-100 hhds
. aud CO boxer? MuscoTado Sugar, 238 hhds and T"
tierces Clayed Molasses, to W P nail.
HEW YORK-1er steamship Champion-6 bags Sea
- Island Cotton, 631 bales Upland Cotton 37 tes
' -fj'?dce, 87 bales Yarn, 40 bales Wast?, 34 bbls
"8yrup, 28 packages Sundries, 98 empty Barrels.
_ Per sehr Myrover-54 bales Upland Cotton, 10
" bbls Spirits Turpentine, 35? bags Fertilizers, 6
. ._ bales Hides, 6 J bags Rice Flour, 165 empty Bar?
rels, 2U0 empty Carboys, 157,000 feet Resawed
Lumber, 1 block 1 ennessee Marble.
Charleston Cotton and Klee Market.
OFFICE Of THE CU A lt LESION DAILY NEWS, I
-? -CHARLESTON. Saturday Evening. March 13. )
' COTTON.-The mars et having become easier aud
sellers having submitted toa decline of a %?%c $
?r>. principally in the lower grades, transactions
foo* place to the extent of 3G0 bales, viz-. 7 at 26;
jt?>t 26%;. 45 at 26?; 132 at 27; 12 at 27%; 78 at
* .?. m*m - -
.' -Ordinary to good ordinary.26 @27J?
' Low middling.27%<a
.. . .Middling.......27%@28
By Kew York classification we quote:
BICE.-Factors held firmly with but a limited
Stock offering, bnt buyers declined to operate at the
asking prices and there were no transactions. We
quote nominally common to fair clean Carolina 8@
8% ; good 8%@8%._
Markets by Telegraph,
LOJTDOIS, March 13-Noon.-Oonsols, 92%. Bonds
firm at 83%. Common ro-in, 6s 3d.
Afternoon_Bonds closed quiet at 83%. TaBew
active at 67s 3d.
IxvzBPOOL, March 13-Neon.-Cotton firm but
not higher; uplands, 12d; Orleans, 12%aT2%d;
Sales 12.000 bales. Others unchanged.
- Afternoon.-Cotton firmer; uplands T2&12%d; Or?
leans 12>?ul2^d; sales 12,000 bales.
TARIS, Marcb 13.-Bourse queL Rentes 70a75c.
HAVRE. March 13- Moiton closed yesterday quiet
and steady, but oj ens ?rm to-day.
FEANKFOI.T, March 13- Bonds 87%.
Nxw YORK, MARCH 13-Ev-niog.-Money easy
at 6a7. S.erling quiet at 8%. Gold 31a31% ;
exports to Havana ?25J.000. Governments ac
- tlve with advanco on aU but sixty-two'a, which
, dosed at I9%a20 ; State bonds heavy and
. lower; South Carolinas 70a72. Cotton active and a
?-shade firmer; sales 3J00 bales at 28j?a28%. Floor
: heavy-3ta'.esupci flue S5 40a5 95. Wheat an 1 coin
I heavy at noon's decline P irk heavy at $30 87}?a
. 31 19?. Lard unsettled-kettle 18%aT9. Naval
. stores dull and heavy. Groceries steady. Freights
quiet and a shade fi: mer.
* BaiJCnuoKE, Mar.h 13.-Cotton nominally un?
changed. Flour quiet - and steady. Wheat dull;
-prime Peurrsyvunia red 31 70al 76. Corn firm;
White 85a33; yellow 88:90. Bacon active. Virginias,
Old, inscribed, 49%. 62's C5'-4. 67'S 61. Coupons
old, 57,^; new ci. North Carolinas, old, 63; new
CINCINNATI, March 19.-Whiskey dull. PorkduU
and nominal; held at $81 60: Lard nominally un
changed. Bacon firmer; shoulders in demand at
-33%; clear sidea 17; held % higher; hams lakala
LoeiSTXLLE, March 13.-Mess pork $32. Lard
18%al9. Bacon shoulders 14; .clear sides 17%,
Fleur *C 50a*. Corn60*63. Whiskey 93.
WiucDtOTOK Marcb 13.-Spirits turpentine dulL
Rosin rather active at $165al 80. Crude turpentine
quiet. Tar quiet at $2 60. Cotton dull and nothing
B?M?WUM, March 13,-Cotton quiet and steady;
sales 260 bales; middling 27%; asking higher rates;
receipts 287 bair s ; exports coastwise 852 bales.
MOBILE, March 13.-Cottee in good demand and
finn; sales 1500 bales; low middling 26%a27; receipts
783 bales; no exports.
fgitew OKLZAHB, March 13-Cotton active but irreg?
ular; middling 28a28%; sales 6300.bales; receipts
1162 bales; exports 38t Ules. Gold 82. Sterling
A3. 'Sugar dull; common 12%; primo ll. Molasses
.dull; prim? 70a75.
Interior Cotton. Marketa.
LAURENS, March H.-Cotton quiet at 23%c.
SELMA, Match 10.-Market quiet; pnces nominal.
ANDERSON, Marcb 10.-Cotton rather easy at 21
. CHERAW, March IL-Sales this week S6 bales, at
UNION, Marah ll.-Sales of cotton for the week
Iii bales at 26c.
MONTQOM ERY, March 12.-Market quiet at
2S%c for low middlings.
ORANGE BU KG, March 12.-Sales for the week 100
bales, with a dechuing tendency. We quote ordi?
nary 25; low middling 25>? ; middling 26.
BU* TER, March 10- hero have been about 75
ba'es sold during th . week oudi jg ou ihe 10th inst.
?Wc qnote or-?naiy 26c; good ord.u -ry 26%; low mid?
dling 27%; middling 27%; strn i midd.iiig 27%
. COLUMBIA. March 13.-Wo luve no ma'irial
change to quote in cotton thi? we. k Hidd'ictfj are
now worth -?7% cts. The Bales ol itu ?eek wt-.c .30
bales, as follows : 6 at 23; 10 at 25; 6 at 25% ; ti at 2i.;
7 at26%; 65 at 26%; 132at 2C%; 23 a 20%; ri st 27.
CO LC .IB CS. Match 12.-Cotton si's we e. until
the arrival of the New York alternoo- daspa roh, an?
nouncing a % efl. on thu basis of 26o for Northern
middlings. Afterwards everything was unset ltd
and nothing done. The nominal prices late were %o
lower than in th? morning. Warehouse sales 61
bales; receipts 71 bales.
WILMINGTON, March 13.-TOTFBNTrNU. -No re?
ceipts or sales.
S piners ICJITSI-.-ISE-Markst weak and no trans?
Roam.-?ales of 2480 bbls at $1 65 for black, $1 T6
for' strained and No. 2, and Si 80 for No 2.
TAB.-200 bbls changed hands at $2 60 per bbl.
NASHVILLE, March ll.-COITOS.-We note dull?
ness in aU the markets to-day, with declining ta
?ency. lu our market buyers have nearly with?
drawn. Wc quote: Ordinary 22a23; good ordinary
24%a25; low middlin . 25%.
Stock on hand September 1, 18C8. 00
Received te-day. 193
Shipped to-day. 283
Shipped previously..^.. .35,141-36,424
Stock on hand.C.710
CORN.-The receipts to-d?y were large, and the
amount handled reached over 10,000 bushels. Wo
nnote at 6Ccin ear, 60a62 loose, and 75a77 sacked and
delivered in depot, the majenty of sbipmemte being
made at the former figure. Wo may just add that de?
livery in depot means exeks, insurance, transporta?
tion and profit
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad
43 bales Upland Cottor, 3 bal .?j Pea Island Cotton,
169 bushels Ronen Btw, ?9 bbls >. aval stores, Lum?
ber, Wood, eteejt. Ml-o ?fa . io it-. ?d r A- Davis, J
Marsha!). Jr. BJ?ok?ffA: C\ Ktrrman k nowell, s x>
?tsney, Mjuycks* ?e> <? i, * E. Byan. Ot Foll?n, W
M Bird. Car p?cm k i , Kana* aux k Lannean, Dr H
ii Haig. Har. k Cc. v .'d?-? . S ^s, C e toveru
jMent. Falzer, ?.*.?,?:. A Oe, ?' j Vest, J A Pritult.
ard, TB*W Dew??.i....' D Aiken k Cv, uiaghcrn.
Barring k Co, * W Wmiaeas & co, Frost k Adger,
Consignees per Sont rt Cut olma Kfcilroad
523 bales Cotton, 46 balee Domestics, 761 bushels
Gruin, 8 cars Wood, 1 oars Stock. To Railroad Agent,
WP Dowling ft COrG H Walter ti CO, G W Williams
ft Co, Frost ft Adger. Pelzer. Rodgers ft Co, Gold?
smith k Son, Graeser k Smith, W K Kvan, E J Wise,
J 3 E Sioan, A B Mulligan, D Jennings k Co, D A
Amme. B O'Neill, H Gerdts k Co, H Cjbia k Co, G
W Steffens, West ft Jones. Tidcman & Co. Fraser k
Dill, A J SaHnas, Claghorn, Herring k Co, Denny k
Per steamship Champion, for New York-Miles
Drake, W A Courtney, J J James, buy and sou, F
Ruppy, C Smith, J Climena, D Ham, B O'Donnell, J
J Boyce, J H Baggert. G V Ancker. J Miller. W H
Kidd. I Wothern, s Steadman and lady, W Murray.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savanuah-Dr J S Bauknight,
P J A Haines and son. L Cook, J Gibbes, Mr yen?
ning, Mr Hawley and lady, P B Powers. A O Sage,
Corporal Kigim: and two mai, Col1 'olquit and wife,
MissColquit. Judge Old. Miss Ord, Mrs Somhcait
and two ch.ldien, J P Murphy. P torgatte. Judge
Freind, L H Piggot. Miss Patton, Rev J Solder, Mr
Moorhouse, lady and son, Mr Waldy and lady, W W
WJII. Dr Bartlett atti lady. W J Weeks. W Ander?
son. J Baker, li Franklin, Mr Stanton and wile, Mr
Sequin and wile. Mr iownsond Mr Gatman, S Solo?
mons. W Bouls, C Meitzler. Air Abrahams, V Gau
dry, W H I own-end. Mrs Mazel, J F Harrison, Mr
Hanley. Mrs Lauueau, Mr Clarke and lady, JCSpcn,
cer, lady, child and maid, Mrs A brahams, A Tre?
maine, H J Edwards, A S Tryon and lady, W McMil?
lan, Mr Fisher. J H Blois?, Col R S Stoughton, W
Anderson, Mr Henry, Mr Craimar, Mr Harrison and
wile, Mr Taylor aud wife, Mr J Sutton, Mr H?rtel!
ind wife. Madam S Bell. Madam S Docompt, Madam
Diani. Monsieur Diani, Mr Harry and wile, Mr Cur?
ley, Mr Wi olf, Mr Willy, MieaMinnis, Miss Bernard,
Miss 1 Vauc, Mr Frank, Mr Bergins, Mr Webster,
Mr Haite, Mr Wesson, Mr Jeffrey, and 7 on deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy. from Savannah vir. Beaufort,
Hilton Head, ic-T P Power, J H Ballev, G H Bugu,
H W White, C E Deane. J W Gerdon, C J McDonald,
Et J Benson, J S smallwood, F A tustia, W KreBsel,
J R Mathews, J Wbal?y, M s W Whaley, J R West
coat, Mrs Bentz, and 5 on deck.
Port of Charleston, March. 15.
FBASFB OF THE MOON.
Last Quarter, 5th, 12 hours, 23 minutes, morning.
Sew Moon '3th, 3 hours, 26 minutes, morning.
First Qnar' e.a. 21st, 12 hours. 36 minutes, morning,
r ul] Moon, 27th, 4 boars, 12 minutes, evening.
ELSES. I SETS.
l5iMouduy....| 6..11 i C.. 7
16 Tucbdav.... 6..10 j C.. 8
l7,Weduesday.l 0.. 9 | 6.. 8
18 Thursday...! ?.. 7 i $.9
19 Friday. G.. G 6.. 10
tO Saturday... ?.. 6 j ?..ll
?1 Sunday.;..,I C. 3 I 6..11
8..17 i 9..11
9..ll I 9..50
10.. 7 I 10..28
ll.. 4 I ll..12
Morn, i Morn.
12.. 2 ' Vi.. 3'
12..69 I ?.. 5
Sehr Emma, McGrath, Combahec. 2100 bushels
Rough Rico. To V? C Bec k Co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Peek, savannah via Beaufort,
Bilton Head, ic. 15 bales Cotton. 163 bags Rice. 49
able Flour, and Sundries. To J Ferguson, W M
Lawton, W B Williams, 0 Webb, Stenhouse k Oo, W
BIressel, Hopkins, McPhorssn k Co, J W Barnwell, H
Behr Ella M Pennoll, Mitchell. Cardonas-5 dajs.
jugar and Molasses. To W P Hal).
Steamer Dictator. Cozctter, Palatka- via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, and savannah. 60 bales bea
Island Cotton, 27 Mules, Mdse, and Sundries. To J
D Aiken & Co, W M Lawton, V Nayle, T J Steve k
cO, Nteamer Charleston, Bollmann Bros, P West, J
B* Taylor ? Co, Majc.r O E Alden, Wardlaw k Carew,
i C Railroad Co, Johnston, Crews k Ce, Moffett Jt
Wharton, and others.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-Jam&s
Adger ft C-J.
Bet r Mary D Haskell, Barbour, Cardonas, Cul a-H
F Baker k Co.
Sehr W b 'ihorndike, Hall, Matanzas, Cuba-H F
Baker ft Co.
Pchr Myrovei. Brown, New York-W Roach ft Co.
Sehr Sylvan, Blanchard, BncLsville, S C-W Roach
Steamship Chum don, l.ockuocd. .Sew York.
Hark Lissie H, -piing, Llverp-ol.
Sjtau"*li birk Olym.ii?. Vous. I.ar.-olona.
Sehr Richard V?iix WU tiier, neston,
sehr Nathaniel Clisse, mall, Ballimore.
Danish bark Kamma Funder, Krogh, Liverpool.
Sehr Sylvan, Ulancuard, Bues-viii.-, a C.
Krotu tili? ?'uri.
British steamship .-taara, Wav, Liverpool, Fob 24
Scar s A Hammond, VS il ey, Boato i, March 11.
Sehr Ida ltiuhur-.!-on, Bedell, Kew York, March 10.
behr U B McClellan, Richilds, Baltimore, March 12.
Up for this Fort.
Sehr David Faust, Lsrd, at New York, March 10.
8:br Sarah A Hammond.WyH?, ut itoston, March 10
behr Pa.mu, Pearce, at New York, M ireh IL "
Cleared for tills Port.
Steamship Saragossa, Ky der, from New York, March
Behr Ella Matthews, McElwco, at Philadelphia,
Behr Col Cook, Beard, at Now York, Match 10.
SchrL A Idwavds, Mart-hall, at New York, March ll
behr Damon, Johnson, at Bosteu. March 10.
Sailed for this Port.
Steamship J W Evormau, Snyder, trom Philadelphia,
Shtpnewa by Telegraph.
Nsw YOBS, March 14-Arrivai, Mary Sandford,
Magnolia, Flag and Livingston. -
WILMTSOTON, March 13-Arrived, Gary, Baltimore.
Cleared, Gary, Baltimore.
SAVANNAH, M aro tl 13-Arrived, steamship Virgo,
Cleared, steamihlps Ban Jacinto and Huntsville,
New York; Wyoming, Philadelphia; tears Robert
Palmer, St Martins; Louisa Frazer, Wilmington.
The steamship Camilla, Peace, arrived at Palermo,
February 12, from Naples, and left tor New York.
The sehr J P Allen, from baltimore tor Charleston,
arrived at Norfolk, March 12, in distress. The Nor?
folk Journal, of the 13th. rep -rta as follows: "Ar?
rived, sehr J P Allen, Captain Allen, from Baltimore
bound to Ch .rleston. S C, wi th a cargo of corn, en?
countered a continuation of vcrv heavy galos for the
past week, reached the latitude ot Hatteras aud was
blown off; lost her spars, BJ il- and boat, and had her
decks swept of everything movable with all ber
Bpare lines; filled the cabin with water, and lost her
waist-board*. Put in tor repairs.
The Ann-, from Lou doa for this port, arrived
at Deal, Eng, February 24.
The sehr Sarai. Cullen. Aves, from Boston for this
port, sailed from Holmes' Hole March 9.
The B.hr Scud, from Calais, Me, for this port, ar?
rived at Boston March 10.
The sehr Yankee Blade, Coombs, from George?
town, 8 C, arrived at New York March ll.
The sehr Susan Wright, Mount, for Georgetown, 8
C, cleared at New Yo, k March 10.
MULE BUOTS !
MULE BOOiS FOR PLOUGHING IN RICE
Jan 's manufacture! on an improved style,
and sold low by F. F. CHAPEAU,
No. 03 Meeting-street,
March 10 6 Nest to Mills House.
YKRSON h HATES,
CHAMPAGKE ALE BREWERY,
HARLEM, JV. r.
This celebrated A'e is brewed frosh ill through
the year, and ls cuarautccd to keep sound through
the hottest weather, and on that account is of BI]
Ales the best adapted t > tho southern climate. The
proprietors are desirous of establishing a trade for
their Ale iu tbi.s -ection, aud wish to make ar?
rangements with somit <-n- rgetic, : esponsildo party
to take tb?: ?genoy for the salo of it in ?'hath sion
and vicinity. RYERSON ft BATES,
Harlem Station, Sew Y .rk City.
February 15 3mo
LO.? AND Um EXPOSITIONS.
O. 1ST. T.
SIX COKi), ?OFT FINISH
This favorite Thread being Sis Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, is recommended for its
groat superiority for Hand and Machine Sew
FOR SALE BY THE
Friaeipal Wholesale and Retail
Dry and Notion Detters.
February !7 8mo
Sljirt? tull /irritt^it| girts.
Proprietor Of tho Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
Emporium, Meeting-street, near Harket, desirous
of bringing the famous
Shirts into general use, and believing that it is only
necessary for gentlemen to wear these
jnce to bo well pleased with them, will hereafter of?
fer them to his customers
he public generally at cost prices. His stuck oi
Seek lies, Scarfs and
viii also be sold at such prices as to defy comp?ti?
tion, and if satisfaction is not
ie will return tho money. His charges are so rea
jonablo as almost to make buyers believe the articles
Ho is. prepared to make Shirts to order with the
utmost dispatch; and his assortment of ready-made
Shirts is so full that buyers caa bo fitted at a mo?
ment's notice. For proof of the-e statements call
Star Shirt and Furnishing Goods Emporium,
Meeting-street, nearly opposite Market Hall.
January 1 Cmos
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRY GOODS STORE
CORNER KING AND CALHOUN STREETS
WE BEG TO INFORM THE LADIES AND OUR
Customers in general, that we kars Just re?
ceived (in addison te our usual stock of DOMESTIC
md FANCY UOJLS), a new supply suitable fer the
Beautiful Styles of UPuING BRE9S GOODS, at
m odorat? prices
CLOAKS, DRY GOODB, POPLINS, tc, at reduced
Htavy Balmoral skirts at SI
Ver? choice article Black Silk at $2 25
Ladies' super Merino Tests only $1
Grood quahty Kid Gloves at $1
160 dozen HOOP SEIBIS, 60 to ?Oe.
Nice Quality Spring calicoes at 12 )? cents
Ottenhximer's eelebrated French CtflUJET, SI 00
A full and complete assortment of German and Eng?
lish HOI i.r.V, from Vi1 ? up
A fine assortment of Ladies' and Children's Silk. Ber.
lin Cloth and Lille GLOVES, elegant designs.
A good selection ol
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, QUILTS .
TABLE DAMASKS, 4c,
At tho lowcs^Mrures.
We would also notify our patrons th?T* havn ar?
ranged a separata depart .?cut iu our Store .xclu
BOOra, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, ?c.
AST* ENTRANCE ON CALHO?N-&?RE?T.
FfUKcnO?TT ? BROS.,
No. 437 KING-STKEET.
December li imo
FASHIONABLE D3Y GOODS.
LORD Sc TAYLOR
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS TO EXTEND
would respectfully Inform
SOUTH EKB BUTDU8
that their stock during the coming season will be
LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE
than ever belora, and an inspection of it bofore pur?
chasing elsewhere ls so.leitet).
Having their own buyers in each of the principal
Eu i opean markets, the] will be able to maintain the
lon* established reputation of the house for keeping
desirable, saleable goods, of which, also, their Jong
experience as successful retailers is ample guarantee.
The several fleparrm*nts aro, riz: MLKS. DR. ss
GOOD3, OLOiH-i SHAWLS, CLOAKS, UPHOLS?
TERY, LINEN.-, WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY and
GLOVES, LADIEV and CHILDREN'a i UTF IT
TING, in each of which will be fonnd goods leloct
ed especially to meet tho demands of Southern cus?
Samples of New Goods sent upon application.
LORD k TAYLOR.
Nos. 461. 461). 405 k 407 Broadway, 1 w Vn
Nos. 2G5, 257, 25'J k 201 Grand-streot, J "ew lorK*
Nos. 401 to 4C7 Broadway, en rance on Grand-st.
March 2 Duo*
J???fljinm), (Costing (Ste.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SOGAR MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, ot all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 6 to
16 feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hind.
power. Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS ol aU descriptions
mado to order
Particular attention paid to
HODSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, ?te., tfr,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHIN/SI AND F 0 UND ER
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
August 3 mw
FROM 4 TO 330
horse power, inc'udins the
ocicorstcJ Corliss Cut-oil
llugiues, Slide Valve Sta
. ionarv Engines. Portable
Engines, A-c. Also. Circu
ur Mu'ay and Gang Saw
Mills, Sugar Cane Mils,
-ha ting lullevn, kc. Lath
?:nd Shingle Mills. Wheat
Mid Corn Mills, Circular
.-ttws Bellin!;, *c. Send
lor descriptive Circular and
WOOD A MANN STEAM ENGINE CO.,
February 18 Cmos Utica Now York.
STOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 23 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILL BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION, REAL
ESTATE, Bouds, stocks, kc Also attend to Renting
and Collecting Rents.
March 1 nae mwf Imo
Q^EOKGK S. HACKER'S
STE*M PLANING MILL,
DOOR, SASH, BLIND AND BOA'FACTORY,
KING OPPO -ITE CANNON STREliT,
MANUFACTURES .OD KEPPS Ot INSTANTLY
ON HAND. DRESSED LUMBER of evey descrip?
tion. Doors. sasHPg, Blind?, Mouldie.i/s and Trim?
mings. Ail wo-k gnsranteed and a* Northern
prices. Bcxrs for packing; ol liquors munn theiured
tad eotuUnt'y on hand, at his FAOi'ORY AND
WAULE?CIVS, Bing, epjioaitu Cannon dtrsot, on
Linejci y Railway. mwf Imo Die Marchi I
x> K, JJ a- s
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. BAER,
LATE E. H. KULLEKS & CO.,)
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND. AND WILL SELL AT
THE LOWEST MARKET RATES :
HUFELAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
IODIDE POTASSIUM *
JAYNE'S ALTERATIVE, EXPECTORANT,
RAD WAY'S MEDICINES
DEAD SHOT, 4c.
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
LION'S KATH Alli ON
CHALFANT'S COCOA CREAM, 4c.
NO CURE! NO PAT!
FORREST'S JUNIPER TAR,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
March 12 _
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND REI A IL :
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR.
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET
March 4 _
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS THE ATTENTION
of beth elly and country purchasers to his large
stock of DL CG", PATENT MEDIC INES, PERFUM -
ERY, FANCY GOODS, ic, to., all of which he of?
fers ot tho lowest market rates.
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAR?
AY?iR'S CH? RUY PECTORAL,
For Diseases of 1he t hroat
anti Langs, snell a? Coughs,
Colt!?. V hooping Coagh,
Brunch i in. Asthma und
PROUABLY NUVEIt BEFORE TN THE WHOLE
history of medicine han anything won so widely and
so deeply upou the confidence, of mankind as
this excellent roraedv for pulm?n ? ry compiuiuts.
'lb rem; li a long scries of years, and among most ol
the races of men, it has risen higher and higher in
tholr estimation, as ii has rx come better known. Its
uniform character and nower to core thu various af?
fections of the lungs and throat, have made it known
as a reliable protector uga'nat them. Whits adapted
to milder forms of dise .se and to young childron, it
is at the samo time thc most effectual remody that
can be given for incipient consumption, sud the dan
peron? atTecti^ns of the throat and lung*. Aa a pro?
vision aguiust sudden attacks of ( r? u;>, it should be
kopt on hand in every family, and indeed, as all are
sometimes subject to oolds and cough-, all should
be provided with this antidote for them.
Although settle I CONSUMPTION <B thought incura
ble, still great numbers of cases whore the disease
teemed settled havo been completely cured, and
the patient restored to sound health by the CHEUBY
PEOTOBAL. SO complete is its mastery over the dis?
orders of the Lunes and Throat, that the meet ob.
stinate of them yield to it. When nothing ol.e could
reach them, under the CHEESY PEOTOBAI. they sub?
side and disappear.
SINGEOS .OD PUBZJO SPEAK aas find great profic?
uo a from it.
ASTHMA is always relieved and often wholly cured
BBOKCHTTTS IS genorally cured by taking the CHXB
RY PZCTOBAI. in small and frequent doses.
So gouerally are its virtues known that.we neod
not publish the certificates of thom here, or do more
than assure tho public that its quabtiee are fully
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
IR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A FAMILY
Are so compos>d that disease within the ranga of
their action can rarely wlthitand or ovado them.
Their penetrating properties search, and cloinse,
and invigorato evory portion of the human organ
icm, correcting its diseased action, and restoring its
healthy vitalities. As a consequence of those pro?
perties, the invalid .-no ls buweu du wu with poin or
physical debility is astonished to And-his health or
energy restored by a remedy ut onco so simple and
Not only do they euro the every-day complaints
of everybody, but abe many lormidablc and danger?
ous diseases, 'ihe agent bolow named is pleased to
furnish grails my Amer can Almanac, coutoiuiug
certificates of their cures and diroctious foi their
use in the follow?'g complaints : CoBtivouoss,
Heartburn, Headache arising from disorder of
Stomtch, Nausea. Indigestion, Pain in and Morbid
Iuacti'.u of the bowels, Flatulency, Loss of Appe?
tite, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, aris?
ing from a low state of tho body or obsiruclion ot
i tb functions, 'ibcy are an excellent alterativo tor
ihe renovation of the blood and thc restoration ot
lone and strength to thu system debilitated by dis?
Dr. J. C. AYER dc CO.,
Bold at wholesale, by DOWIE & MOISE,
Charleston, S. C., and by Retail Druggists every
whore. fmw3mos DAD December 25
Purifies the Blood.
For Snlc by Drncpls" Evcrywher
July 28 DAC Iji
^yiLLIS ?i CHISOIiM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLASTIO WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE.
C?RITIE3 AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. t? 7 E ROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Hon. HEN! V BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
Goner*! JAMI'S CONKER, T. R. WARING, Esq.
SUI TH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHABLESTON, H. 0., February 13. I860, I
ON AND AFTER 8U?:DAY, FEBRUARY I4TH,
th 6 PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Caro?
lin? Railroad will run as follows :
Laave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 P. Al.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston.8.?0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.45 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rib
road, anc Camden train.
Leave Augusta.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.00 P. M
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston......6.UU P. il
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. Al.
Arrive at Augusta.6.30 A. M,
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M;
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. >'
Connecting mundays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave columbia.6.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.3.00 P. M,
Arrive at Summerville. 4.20 3. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville.4.20 P. M,
Arme at Camden.7.00 P. M.
Leave Camdon.6.35 A. M. ?
Arrive at Ringville.9.20 A. M,
Signodl H. T. PEAKE,
February 15 General Supenntendeu t.
No. I GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO
WHlTKLOCK'S VKGBTATOft, AND
ZELL S SUPERBOMB PHOSPHATE
. OF LIMB AND RAW BONE
- TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, WARRANTED
genuine and pure
-tons Vegetator or " Woolston'6 Ammoniated
Bone Phosphates of lime," guaranteed to be
as good as any Fertilizer-next to Peruvian
G DADO-in the market.
- tons Zcll's Superphosphate of Lime and Raw
Bone Phosphates, both enperior Fertilizers.
For salo by T. J. KBBR & 00.
" SUPER PHOSPHATES."
CROASDALE'S GENUINE PHOSPHATE AND
BOWER'S COMPLETE MANURE. Seth
For sale by WM. GURNEY,
No. 102 Fast Bay,
Sole Agent for Sooth Carolina.
February 26 _Imo
1 AAAB4RHELS LAND PLASTER, TO AR?
LU \/V KTVE por Schooners Scud and Mation
Orders received by OLNEY ii CO
1 AA BARBELS PURE FISH GUANO.
LUU For salo by
KINSMAN A- HOWELL,
February 17 wfnilmo No. 153 East Day.
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY offers to the Planters and Fanners ef thc
South their Fertilizer, known as the "WANDO FER
TILIZl.R," which the experience of tho past season
has proved to bc one of the most valuable in our
market. It has for its baso tho materials from the
Phosphate beds ot the Company on Asblci River,
and is prepared at their works at the EAST END OF
HA6EL-3TREET in this city. In order to gu?ranle . '?
its uniformity and maintain its high standard, the i
Company bas made arrangements with the distin- '
gulf h ed Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHFFAHD Jr., who ?
can fully analyzes all the ammoniacal an J other ma?
terial purchased by the Company, and the prepared
Fertilizer, before being offered for sale. The Com?
pany ts resolved to make an article which will prove
to bo a "Complete Manure," and give entire satis?
For terms, circulars, and other information, apply
to WM. C. DUKES lt CO., Agents,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf.
January 4 towt 3mos
E. FRANK COE'S
rjIBE UNDEBSIGNBD BEG TO CALL IRK
ATTENTION OF PLANTERS TO THE ABOVE
SUPERIOR AND STANDARD
FEE TI LIZEB,
Thia PHOSPHATE baa been largely used in this
State, and has given general satisfaction, and is
admitted by some of the most practical Planters to
be equal to Peruvian Guano.
SIXTY DOLLARS PER TON
OF TWO THOUSAND POUNDS,
Cash or factors' acceptance, payablo 16th November
next, wita bink rate of interest aIdod.
Pelter, Rodgers & Co.,
AGEN'VS Kuli SUt I II C 1ROL1 NA.
AN A M MO ?I IA i KU ?ULfiMLK
COMBINING ALL lil1! y?lUAlEa OL' HONE
AND PEltUVI'.M GUAN.".
THIS FFRT1LIZER Ii' WABR iK1 EU TO GIVE
satisfaction. Planter.'iud. Lamers are invited
to send for pamphlets, descriptive of its virtues and
how io a^ply it.
jgy Price 105 per ton of 2000 lbs.
For sale by R. M. BUTLER,
Febnnry 17 Agent at Charleston, S. 0.
M P U U TK It 8 OF
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, &c"
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.
Goods dolivered to all parts ot the City.
jg D W A ll D DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 8? Warren-street,
PERSONAL ATTEN I ION GIVES TO THE PUR?
CHASE ef all kinds of MERCHANDISE. Boots,
8hoes. Hate, Ca s and Trunks, ul Straw Goods a
Consignment of aU lands of Staple Articles and
geueral Produ-e solicited.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Late of Charleston, 8. 0.
Be rai-WoeMy Price Oarrents sent free by post.
Jauaary 26 MO Irnos
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANURE.
ORCHILLA GUANO! PERUVIAN GUANO !
EBODES' MANURE. IN ITS PREPARATION. 15 MADE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOR FACING
iartre crops ol (Jot ton, Cora, Wheat, To Dae :g. Potatoes and other Boot Crops. .
Tho Manuiactu'ing Department is conducted by Frederick Klett, one ol' the most skillful Chemists and
Manufacturer H ia Hie United States.
It is ond >rsed, approved and recommended by all of the moat prominent Chemists and Agriculturists In
the Southern states "It can be robed upon a* uniform in quality,''always reliable, productive of large
crops, and unexcelled by any in the market, in the high percentage of "True Fort'lizing Principles."
Pnce 6.17 50 cash, or $05 time, with Factor's acceptance, and 7 v< r cent interest until 1st December,
OKCHILLA GU ANO-"AA." a fine Bird Guano, rich in Phosphates and Alkaline Salts. Price $35
cash. $40 time.
PERUVIAN GUANO-Warranted puro, and always on hand. Furnished at market prices for cash.
Analysis of ?lliodcs' Staudard Superphosphate of Limo.
Moisture Expelled at 212?./1.5.05
Soluble Phosphoric Acid.9.06
Equal to Phosphate Lime._19.78
Common Phosphoric Acid.16.0$
Equal to Bone Phosphate.34.99
Lime with Phosphoric Acid....29.68
Sulphate of Lime and other Salts not estimated.-,..'...40.18
The above analysis indicates a Manurial Superphosphate of Limo of tbe highest grado ordi?
narily found in tho American market. Its largo amount of Soluble Phosphoric Acid supplies
an active nutriment for tho development and maturity of the fruitage. The Sulphuric Acid
which it contains, by chemical affinity with the elements of most soils, contribute to its Fer?
tilizing Properties. To show its best efljcts, this Superphosphate should ba applied under
and in contact with the Seed, aud with a moderately shallow covering ot soil.
Inspector, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia.
G. H. WILLIAMS, Assistant Chemist.
February 13th, 18C9.
We guarantee that every package of RHODES' STANDARD SUPERPHOSPHATE shall
fully come up to tho above analysis.
B. M. EH0PE8 & CO.,
No. 82 SODTH-STRKET, BA LT ? M OK E.
B. S. RHETT & SON',
AGENTS, CHARLFSTON, S. CL
THE "CAROLINA PBHTIL?ZV.n'? IS MADE EftOfll THE PHOSPHATES OF
Routri Carolina, and is pronounced by various chemists one ot tho best Manuten known, only inferior
to Peruvian Guano in lt- FERTILIZING PBOPERTIES. Theso PHOSPHA i >S arc lhe remains of extinct
land and sea animals, and r.o?se8< qualitio' of the greatest value to the agriculturist.
Weancex the analysis of Professor SHEPARD :
' I A BORA TO It 7 OF THE MEDICAL COLLEOK OF SOUTH CABOLXKA.
AnalTsls of a sample of CAROLINA FERTILIZER, personally selected:
Molduro expelled ut 91'J deg. P.16.76
Organic Matter, with soma water of combina don expelled at a low red beat.16.60
Phosphoric Acid-Soluble. 0.98.Equivalent to 11.27 So'ub'e i noa;;h?te ot L?ne.
insoluble....0.17.....Equivalent to-13.48 Insoluble (boje).
13.13 24.7;", Phosphate of Lime. .
Sulphuric Acid.11.01.Equivalent to 23.65 '.ulpcate of Lime, f
sulphate er Potash. 80
Sulphate of Soda.3.50
Sand .ll .00
On thc strength ol these results, I am glad to certify to the superiority of the CAROLINA FERTI?
LIZER, examined. C. U. 8BEPABD, JA."
?9? We will furnish this excellent FERTILIZER to Planters and others at irs per ton of 2000 lbs.
GBO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
fm wi ino
M. L. FILLE Y'S
Celebrated Cooking Stoves,
"PHlLANTIHtOPlSr" AND ''CIVILIAN,'
Manufactured at Troy, N. Y., au.i lot sale by
D, L. FULLERTON,
THESE STOVES STAND CSRIVMXED FOH
capacity, durability, convenience-* and the nen
eral purpose* to which i 'oukins Stove;; uro used. Tile
PHILANTHROPISl in extrahcav> pl-.ted, and har
Ash Drawer; can bn mad* Into a six boCcr ho'r
stove'; bas ca?t irj:i V7iter Tann r-alvimz.-d. 01
enamel lined. A strictly Ont-eld? Stu?e. Thc
CIVILIAN is Of a weat denis;), and ba* uta lan.-?
Oven. Hil? Steve ean bc had ?Uli tho extension
oack, six bole?, and rei rvoir when desired
Ft? further M^^vgyfi^^
January 30 Cuio*_Augueta. Qa
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NOBTHWEST COR'
KER OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November 20 fmwBmos
JOHN D . ALEJ1AKDER,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
Ko. IO Tiro:-'5-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS B USDs'2 SS IN AD.
JUSTING ArCO-.n'T? of U;-r'iaata and others,
and in WRITING U? A3D POL i INC- f?eir BOOE8,
cither ba part er Thole, tn. January 9
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND AU DISEASES OF THE
STOMACH ARD L1Y?R.
THEY ARE nnCOMMESDCn BT TIIE
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, yr tr YOUR. ?.
CEEHIST ?m APOTHECABY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sale by Druggists Eccryichcre.'&,
I'cbiuaty 13 rnwflyr
Q J. SCllliEPEtiKEliL,
No, 37 LINE-STREET,
CET AYE EN KfNG AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ANL
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER.
LNG LATHS. PAINTS. OILS. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
?so. GROOVE AND iONGUE BOARDS, Ac, con
?tautly on hand <.: the lovett market prices.
^HAVING AND HAIK-CWTTISG,
W. E. MARSHALL,
BROAD-STREET BARBER SALOON,
Ho. Si (UP STAIRS;;