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T?k DAILY NEWS,
Tko Charge oftlic Bright Brigade.
* BT A BWerTOB.
[Inter*** a?(h*Demon*(/"th* Qermm."]
- ? Bound the ream, roond the room,
??und the room, on?er?, *
BerolTed the one hundred.
Uko a 'et-toram
BeTotvod the one hwnarei.
Far ali were Ut order.
An J no ooo bad blundered,
. . "Onward the orient brigade I
"AU round I" Mulgine bald;
So round an J ro?ad the room
Spun the one hundred.
Sound then the bright brigade,
Ho one the least aa 1111*7ed
None-for the Ldie.s knew
c .? ' They beter brande, ed;
Kot tboir- to make r. ply.
Bot hors to tee aa too shy,
Theirs but laat round to fly.
So round ?nd nmn 1 the room
- Whirled .bo ene hundred.
MlrTorS to right of tham, ;?
Mirr rs tb let ot thaw,
I ' Mirrors IA iront of tuom,
I-OToly in rich arr JJ. '
~ With eyee as blight as day,
Farmers a? gav ta they,
Into that fair indee
1 . Buaiicd j he oiie hundred,
Ho?e all their ams so hare,
Flew ali tbiir ssi.-ts in air,
. Sweeping tbo*e sitting there,
? 'Whirling and rpi.mas whola
i ; , lookers-on ?readt real:
Trod ou and puahed along,.
xn . frome looking quite for oro, - . ?
iSoffif) of their dr ; pery shorn,
TiUthty bad reached their chairs,
?- SpuM the one hundred.
'fr- .. . Gaslights to right of them,
j.- i fv Gushsht s i o lett of them,
.j - Gaslights above them,
BT gLES pendants sundered.
Laughing ano blmdung ao,
,- At seats a 1 ru-hing ro,
. ' Heated and out of breath,
And from .hat fi .ure there,
... .-Now al have reached a chair,;
. - AB that aie really eft
Ot that one hundred.
v ;'When wflllbe next begin?
O that enehin'inst epin I
" . How oto folks wondered.
'- ' Hew can they labor se,
Ia that true pleasure. O
Lovely one hundred?
. ' '??? TBE ITATIOFAX, BANKS.
. ' TO THX EB ITO H OF THE NBWS.
, We liivo endeavored to exhibit two of the
prominent defects of the nationalbank System.
There remains that morf radical defect, which
k ono of structural imperfectio '. The basis
* of the ey st om is credit. The issues are founded
on credit, for they cons I i tu te a ?redit from th?
people to the banks, while the issues them?
selves ore baaed ou bonds, which constitute a
. ?redit from the bondholders to the govern?
ment. "We have frequently heard it affirmed
thai tbeisenea ef the national banks it pose on
ila lame basis as the Bank of England, to
?wit-public tenuities to Ibo . amount of ?14-,
00O00O. btsides a sum tn gold averaging
211000,000. -. As some writer lula expressed it,
there ia a a pile of gold behind their Dotes,
there-ia in tr nf-ic value aa one of the principal
supports of British bank credit. Tho natiouul
banks repose on an unsubstantial basie, which
a breath may destroy.
Judge Unase is thought to havo performed a
great financial achievement when be found
purchasers for ,800000.000 bonds, loss ten per
gent., by iue rporating iu bis scheme of bank?
ing that iVatu.e of tbe iNew York banking
law by which the banks ra tba. State wer?
compelled to give security in public stocks for
. their notes, fie created a demand for' United
Stetes bouda nd was enabled to soil them at
par, but his admirers forgot or omitted to
state teat they wore told in a depreciated our- I
There are two sources of apprehension with
regard to the na ti ona: banks:- 1
1. The return cf the bonds we have negoti?
ated in Europe, amounting to $850,000,000.
from a severe monetary pressure there.
2. The to? great extension of meroantde
-Credit b.v the national ba:.ks by means of their
- Tba first of these causes of apprehension
may not bo derejonea for some timo yet.
It in most probable to occur on the failure of j
tile British harvest. The repeal ol' toe Coru ?
Lowe is no protection against this evil. It has
occurred on two or three occasions sin co the
repeal of those laws. Ir isa peculiar cause of
ehsturbance. ' If'time wore allowed for the ex?
port cf au equivalent amount, of merchandise
there would be no apprehension of -derange?
ment ; but food mus: be bad, and bullion mast
be exported for inunodiate payment of iL All
other sources of disturbance mav allow of time
le countervail the action on the foreign ex
change. If gold is wanted to puy the expenses
of war - or to rectify an unfavorable balan?a of I
of trade from 'overtrading, means might be [
found to avoid the large efflux of gold. The
payment in gold, for imported corn ia
.what ..the Bank of Eugian'.', in com?
mon with the moruvntile alases* o* Great
dread. Itu watched witb great anxie
tt takes otaos when it dees' occur is ;
to our readers, who are informed on
ibis subject first, alarm takes plas0 among
- hose to whom is entrusted the administration
of the itmaeney. lite rate of disco un t is r as?
ea to' arres: the drain, and if may reach and
has reao?ea twelve ncr cent. The bankers and
bill-brokers then land money witb extreme ]
care and caution, and more 133 their
reserves. Stringency takes place, and j
heoomes pressure, and pressure often
'leads to panic Those who hold for?
eign bonds endeavor, of coarse, to realize
them. It is at suoh times we arc to apprehend
the retara of foreign bends to the Unted
States to be coa ver ted at almost any sacrifice
into money. Any large cumber of American
booda;placed on our mark<n,; nuder each cir
- eui?flUBcrea, in certain to bo attended witb a
grea tdocirae fbi their value. ' We should hot be
surprised that .on the occurrence of such an
emergency, if American bond? did not bring
more than fifty cents in the dollar. In what
position would our national ba ks be placed if <
the-bonds they have deposited with the Sacre- I c
tary of tbe Treasury should fall to one half
their value ? .
On tb? second head, excessive credit from
.overtrading, if such sn ovont should take
place simultaneously with tho return of oar
bonds from Europe, the pecuniary difficult i es
and morned emoarrassmeuts would be most
aggravated and intensified by the undue ex?
tension cf credit. Tbe loans of the national
- banks are said", at present, to exeeed six han
.. dred millions of dollars..
The brat of these causes of apprehension
may not be developed for some time yet.
There would Ls little alleviation of the pre* '
euro from those injudicious arrangements '
which limit thAissues of lue national banks to <
three hundred millions of dollars. 5
Deposits are tbe source of greatest anxiety f
to banks on snob, occasions. They are leos oat
and ao not te recalled on call. It is far mure
usual fox the?? institutions to so pond pay
ment ?rom. demanoa of this character than
from their notes issued in excess. Besides 11
the limitation of these issues, the national
basks being re quired to \eepa reserve amount?
ing to twenty-five p:-r ceDt. of their issues,
locks up their lands at times when they are
most needed. "It is well known that there are
periods m the year w'ocu currency is required i 1
in a larger amount thau usual, both No rta and ,
South, to bring tbe crops io market, and wben
?ome degree of expa2sion .s neeried. In the
nature of these restrictions that valuable pro
per ty ot batik notes-elasticity-if not lost, is
for a time at least rendered unavailing.
TJbe conclusions from those views ate that our
national banks should desire tho removal of
; those restrictions by which they are hampered.
. 1. By, the limitation of their issues to an ar?
!L ?y that portion of tbe banking laws re
' quiring them to beep a reserve ot legal tender
notes equal io twenty-eve per cent, o' their
In these remarks wo have freely discussed
the fani's of organization. We bavo nothing
to do with the ia nits ot administration, if there
? are any such. J. M. C.
.-- ? t as? ?? * -
-Don~Piatt writes tom V asbingtoti to the
Cincinnati Commercial : "A good deal of I
?mm-erm nt is had over the fact that one of |
the gentlemen who anticipated being called to
General Grant's Cabinet, anticipated so vividly
that be hired bis house and engaged a cook, j 1
- and Bolcet ed his carriage aud engaged a coaeh- ],
loan. And then when the Ca'-inet was an?
nounced, bis name did not appen, And he was
forced to. give up bis boo; e. and carriage, and
. servants. In a weid, ho found that 'the con?
flagration wes not' bore-it was elsewhere.' I
consider this a downright shame, and I believe
an action could be sustained for damages. Say c
we file a bill : U. 8. Grant to-Dr. | 1
? To loss on house, $1000; to loss on carri.ge,
.$500; to loss on Bervanta. $500: to lacerated feel?
-Mrs. Lydia Beacher, tho mother of Henry
Ward Beecher, died in Brooklyn on Saturday
morning, atred eighty years.
-J. Edwards Galhoon, a relative of John C.
Calhoun, writes to the Booh eater Democrat :
'T live in a seotion of country similar in all
respects to the boat tea repon of Chi aa, and
fer many years the tea served at my own table
haa been exclusively f. om my own plants."
-At the inauguration ball there was a female
in an imitation of masculine costume. She
wore a green silk coat and pantaloons, an d
looked Lko & picture of Pocahontas, or like a
mermaid., grotesque aad bj brid. Her basque
of flowered green silk fell to her knees, and
her flowered green silk pantaloons were ruffled
around the bottom with black lace; her hair
streamed down her back below her waist.
-The brid? of General .Kilpatrick is the
niece of the Archbishop and of the Secretary
of War of Chili, and was. at the tim? of her
marris ge with General Kilpatrick, the belle of
Santiago. No lady attracts more attention for
ber extreme beau y. She is a brunette, and
wore at the inauguration ball a dress of crim?
son satin, trimmed with lace and crystals, a
magnificent necklace, and tiara of diamonds.
-The We stern press are republishing Gene?
ral Gran t'a application, in 1839, to the St.
Louis 'County Commissioners, for a position aa
County Engineer. The application doses as
follows : "Should your honorable body see
proper to give mo the appointment, I pledge
myself (. give the office my entire attention,
and shall hope to g.ve general satisfaction."
The petition was rejected, and the app licant
lost a position worth one hundred and sixty
dollars per month.
-It is qui t??ertain that Mr. Stewart expect?
ed, and equally evident that he desired, a
Cabinet appointment under Grant. Of this
matter the Washington correspondent of the
Sunday Herald writes that air. Stewart evident?
ly knew, notwithstanding the talk about the
arrest secrecy with which Cabinet appointments
were kept, tn at he was among the elect. Three
days before the inauguration he ci me to Wash?
ington. Prior to his arrival moat sumptuous
apar; mon ts were prepared for him at the Bb
bitt Boase. Parlors reaching the width of the
house was refurnished. Carpets of a new pat?
tern were sent on from Mr. Stewart's store and
pnt down; choice lace curtains.depended from
tho windowB, new furniture adorned the rooms,
flowers covered tho mantels, stood in magnifi?
cent bouqueis on thy ubies and bong in rus?
tic baskets from the ceiling; a private entrance
to the street in eharge of liveried servants was
secured at all times from unwarranted intru?
sion; a carriage stood at the door with liveried
drivai and footman ready to convey the pr.nee?
ly occupant of tho - c palatial rooms wherever
and whenever he desired to go. Streamers
and flags were hang from the balconies, de?
noting the pan ?ot?MU nf the occupant. ' It was
ia theaa apartments that Ur. Stewart in ex?
pect an cy received, accspted and finally declined
the office of beere; a ry of the Treasury. It is
.air, at least, to believe that with all thia prep?
aration of et\la and luxury, Mr. S. wa? aware
of what was coming. When he was appointed
he felt so coafidjnt that he would be sworn in
that ho tad cate i in general datai! certain re?
forms which he vrouid ins-state. I
PORT TALBOT-Per British brig Teranna-1740
bars Railroad iron, to Order.
BALTIMORE-Per aUausuip Sea OraU-25 3 bales
Up anJ < oi on. ? . tiortss Bios, 3 baie* Raga, 1
balo W.HII. 1E9 bois ito in, le casks Otay, 21 bbla
Dried Fruir, 1 abd .inp je-, 10 khdf Iron, 80
empty Bunna, and - tm hies.
Charleston t'a. I : J ii and atlee Mart et.
3VFTCE Of TUB CH Ali LEATON DAfXT NE WM, i
CBAKLESTOH. Wednesday Evening, March 17. f
COTI OX.-bellera having, eamioited a continued
dUposi?oa to meet the views of purchasers, and lor
that purpose still fur her -. oftenod their ratea, a^ood
and som ?what a ti va inquiry prevailed, operators
taking about 850 bales, viz: 1 at 35X; 136 at 26; 87
at 2CS; M at 2U??; 175 at27; 130at 27J?: 16 at 27X;
182 at 27K; 10 ?kt 28o. WeqJOte:
uvzxpooL CLASS tnaatno?.
Ordinary to good ordinary.SS <9M3?
Low middling.27 ?27tf .
Strict mtddbnjr.'...28 jj
By Hew Tozk elsa alfi ration ve amate:
Xow mi idling......*tX&
Miadling..?" .28 ?
hie >J.-! he indisposition of factors to accept sn ah
j ff era as boyera make, keeps the market dali and
nominal, and there were- no salas. We continue
juotaiioos, lint tb ry are only approximative, sav for
tramonto fair clean Carolina8#8>i; goodar?
IJ? oenta. _ ?
Havrlccts by Telegraph.
Lomos, March 17-Noon,-Consols 93 J?, Bonds
sanier at 833?.
Lrvasroor, Marah IT-Noon.-Cotton quiet and
m 'banged; salea 3. OJ bales. Others unchanged.
Afternoon.-Lard firm at 75s 6d. Pork firmer at
LOOs. B con 60s id.
Bvtlang-Cotton closed quiet and unchanged;
tales 8V00 balee Turpentine 31a.
SAYRE, March 17 - Cotton cloted yesterday a
dude easier, but not quotably lower; lt opens to-day
inlet; on the spot unchanged; afloat duh; low mid
hinca afloat If tl>4c.
HATAMA, March 17.-Sugar quiet; No 12, 8Xa9
reals. Exchange steady.
T lil ESTIO XABJXWrS.
NswYofcx, February 17-Noon-Money motive at
r. Sterling 8\. Oold 81>?. We, 19*. Oottoa
steady at IB%*2*X c. nts.
Evening -C tiona shade Armer and mere active;
tales 4300 balee st 28)?' oenta. Flow s shade finner,
md nther more doing; superfine State 85 40a9 85.
FJheat lal cents bett' r, without mack activity.
Jora a con t lower. Fork in fair demand ; aie w $31 87
o $32 fi?. Lard amer; kettie 19al9K. Whlakey
raitt st 85>i Turpentine 43.18?. Botin 83 85?
18 M. Freights quiet. G o ve rimant? a! o sod strong.
I2's. 19?. --outhorn tecurltl-e dull South Carol 1
ias7?V. Money 8a7. Sterling weak at 8X- Sold
?1 y?. stocks cloted unexcited at a decline.
BaxixMon, VI arch 17.-t orton dull and nominal
it 380. Flour very dull. Wheat dull; red SI seal to.
Jora dull and lower; white 8O18J0; yellow 86o. Oats
lull at 86a40o. Provisions Vdry firm. Whiskey dull
enters?? ATT. Marok 17.-Perk ad van oed and held
itS32 60a33. Bases held, shoulders 14; olear sides
.T K, with little demand.
CrNcnrsATi. March 17 -The annual hog packing
it a temi ii t of the Weat shows a deore ise in munbura
)? 31G.000; increase of average weight 6X lbs; In
a-ease of lard yield 3 M lbs; agj-retrate deoreuse of
:rop 8*? per cent ; net decrease of lard 93,000 lbs.
WrurxKQTox March li_pints of turpentine bet*
:er at 10 Bosin quiet at SI 85a2. Crude tarpon tine
steady ot $165a380. Tar, steady at $2 65. Cotton
fe ATA ss AH, March 17.-Cotton steady; sa los SOO
bales; middlings 27!?c; reooipta 292.
AUGUSTA, Marah 17.- 'ot'on quiet; siles 2C5
bales; reooipta 163; prices a shade firmer.
Momxa Alaren 17.-Oottoa finn; dornend mode?
rate; eales 700 balea; low mid li. g it} J. ; receipts 145;
Nsw OnuLUta, March 17.-Cotton in fair demand
and tajhtly aoffer; middlings r7J?i23; talos 3203
balee; receipts 1 '50; exports 2152. OJ d 32>i. Ster?
ling 435?; eight exohaoge on New York J? premium.
Sugar firmer; primo 14>?. Molasses firmer; com?
oon 6UaS5; prime 70a76.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLXTA RI", March 16.-sales of cotton to-day 100
S?LM?. March 13.-Sales 75bales at 26oformid
lUngs; demand light; factors unwilling to m cot
arieva ol buyers. '
MON TOO ERY, Maroh 14.-In the Montgomery
letton marget there it netbiog doing; quotations
lominally unchanged ; low nMddilings25>?c.
WILMINGTON. Marett 18 -1 TJBPBKTISZ-Mwket
steady; sales of 161 bois at $2 80 for .eft, and SI 60
fer hard, fl 380 ?s,.
Bram I n&rnrnn-Is Xe better, and ST bbl?
sold at 46? ft fr?U ? ta. - * .'
Boar*-"ale Of only 100 bbls at SI 70 foratra'ned.
a AB-Baa declino i 6c. and 320 bbl? changed hands
at S3 ?5 V bbL
Cortos-One small lot edd at 26Xo for middling.
Montgomery Cotton Market.
MONTGOM BT. March ll-The moTereeots bi
cotton haye been of a light obatacter not only on ac?
count of the flaciu ttioDs bnt from shortness of
stock. We Rire our weakly alatement aa fodowa:
wxeaxT COTTON srATSMSKT.
S took on hand - epumner 1,1868. 638
Received past week. 147
Total... f 37.336
Shipped past week.;. 488
Stock on hand Marek 13,1869.T.176
Received corresponding week last year.;. 689
Shipped corresponding week last year. 904
BeoeiTed to March ll 1868. 67.Ott
Shipped to March 14, 186S.47.8J1
Stock on hand Marok 14. 1868. 9,69g
NARHYILLB, March 18 - "oms.t. - Tho market
to-day was quiet and 6teady, with more inquiry and
generally eating bicher erices. We quote: Ordinary
32ai3; good ordinary 24J?; low middling 35%.
corros STATUENT. e
Stoek on hand SeptosabeM, 1868.7... 60
Received to day.:. 121
Stock on hand.6,(130
COBS.-The market was-a shade stiffer to-day, but
not qu .tably higher, (tales at 60c in ear and looae
ano ISC-sacked ?nd deliverel in depot
LOU s?gneos per sonni carolina Jt an rou a
379bales Cotton. 126 bales Domestics, 2005 bushels
Grain, 91 bbls Ns val dtores, 3 oars Lumber. 8 cars
Wood. 1 car stock. To Railroad agent, LL) Desaus
sare, J B Pringle, G H Walter ft Co, Mowry it Co,
Dowling ft Co, Kinsman a Howell, frost ic Adjer.
Gr* ser ft Smith, W W. smith, Glagkorn, Berring k
Co, Goldsmith ft Hon,- FPO Kracke, Tideman k Co,
C D Brahe, Dr N A Pratt. Pelz or. Bodgers k Co.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Havannah Tia Beaufort,
Bilton Head, kc-D V Eiraborly. Misa Kimberle W
B Bn--kwell, WF Humrhray, J Wit lams, Q Thomas,
B Mordecai, Mr stanaberry, Mr - woll, A M Brown?
ing and wife, S S McL.in aid wife, A E McDonald,
0 C little and wife. Mus Weaken a d servant 3 H
Mi Ufr, W M Bird J tl Duval, Mrs Prier eau and jaro
children Mrs O A Lyon. J W Laurence, F Laurence,
Mrs Laurence, J T H uk ^ her. E W C Chaplin, F C
il cy. h L Dennett, and 4 on deck.
Port o? Charleston. Mnroh 18.
PHABKS OW THK MOON.
Last Quarter, fi th, 12 hours 23 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 134b, S boora, 38 minutes, morning.
First Qa.arter. 21st, 13 bonn, 36 minutes, morning.
Fall Moon, 27th, 4 boura. 13 minutes, evening.
31 luanda v.
?..ll ; g.. 7
6..10 I 6f. 8
,6.. 9 i 6.. 8
6.. 7 ?:. t
6.. 6 t 6. 10
6.. 6 G..11
G. 3 6..11
F..17 I 9..11
10.. 7 110..28
ii.. 4 ,u..ia
13.. 2 12.. 8
12..69 !.. 5
Arrived Y es turua 7.
British brig Teresina, Billa, i ort Talbot-?7 days.
Railroad Iron. To Older. Teasel lo B Moro ft co.
i-cbr A 8 Deas, Iron W-H Poi-t MdL 60 tierces
Blee. T? Hopkin?. McPherson k Co.
steamer Pilot Boy, Peck, ?*v J nab via Beaufort,
Hilton Hoad, kc. 6 bales Cotton, ?nd -uudries. Te
J F.t gu .on, W C Bee ft Co, M.s H K Orousland,
Hopkine. McPherson k Co, lhivjuol k Co, Charlea
ton Ho el. Fraser * Dill, Denny k Perry, ad south?
ern Express Co.
IN THC OFFING.
British bark David MoNntt. from Liverpool.
Sehr Bob-lt Caldwell, Macormac':. New York-5
dava. Mdse. To W h a hsd J K Adgerft Co,
Adams, Damon k Cc, H Bischoff a Co, A ti?choff.
BisaeU k C?. G H Brown. W M ir;! k Co, K Bates
A co, T M Bilatoll, Cameiou k Bv kier. J Campara
k Co, J C H Uaussen. W il CB- fco ft i o. McDniT |
Ooheu, H < obia k Co, V. ll Cowpei hwait. Do ?ie ft
Moise, Dou lass a Miller, J il Dav il ft -un, J H
Graver, W Gurney, Goodrich. Wineman ft f.o, Bart
ft . 0, H Gerdts ft Co. J B Harrisson, J E b.Mitn ft
Co. J Heii s. G s Hacker. Holmes & < alder, Jentluga,
Tbomlirson ft Co, Johnston, crews ft co, S Jarico
vieh, U Blatte ft'Co. i J Kerri: Co.JP Ke'p.Diurey
ft Alexander, 0 Lihenth 1 ft < o, K Law'ess, A Mc?
conkey. A Lauger. MoOowed ft non. G M Mack. F L
Meyer, Murphy ft Li.?ie, Menke ft Mniler, R O'Neill,
J O ujcmaiin, G s le dorffft Co. J ? ft s Pie non. C F
Pank. L-, J A Q lackon^nsh, S 0 Railroad Agent, O
Bing, J H Banneker, Bavenal k Ho an??, li H Silcex,
O' Vf Steffens. Stenhouse ft Co, H t-iegiing, W shep?
herd, J Thomson ft Go. W L Webb. W-goiirr ft ?lou
Bees, G W Williams ft Co. D A Walker. J SM W?hr?
mann, J H Wulr min, W H Welch. E B White, Wer?
ner ft Ducker, B VYhtt<>, West ft Jono-, H B ft KD
White, F M Cater. H ami th, J L Beal, G A Vanucbe.
Steamship Sea Gul!, Dutton, ?altimore-Courtenay
Trenhoh*. , . ,
Bohr Willie Martin. Collins, Cardenas-J A Cuslow ft
Staasaklp Sea Gall, Dnttoa, BaltJanore. '
Krona this Fen.
Steamship Magnolia, Crow?II, Hew1 Tork, March 14
Brig Eva M Jeanson, Joh:.JOB, Wood's Hole, March
l p for this Port.
Scbr Charles F Hillier, --, at New York, Marok 19.
Cleared for this Fort.
Bohr H N Sq airo. Fiske, at Boston, March 13.
Sntpnews by Telegrapn.
Nsw YOBS, March 17-Arrived, Germania from
Wturaaios, March 17-Sailed, Bebecca Clyde
for Kew York.
SAVASHAB. March 17-Arrived hut night, ships
Melrose'fiom Havre; Colonialist abd Juli? ?ouuee
from Liverpool; bri.j Potomac trom Boston; sehr A
F Eisberg from New York; Fanny Blake frtmBalti?
more] Beary Allen from Phi.adelphia'
Arrived to day, steamships San salvador and Mont?
gomery fh m New Yura. .
Cleared, ship Constitution for St John's, N B; achra
Annie Gilles tor Philadelphia; Laura Webb for Balti?
Weather cold nd foggy. Wi jd SE.
The Brittan iteaxnshlp Pa'ormo, Pease, from Na
r ea, Messina and Palermo, arrived at New York
Tko Behr Abb i H Hodgman, Csrter. from George?
town, h O, arrived at Port .-pain February 17.
L.IKT ?lb VHkSKb*
UP. CLEARED ?HD SAILED FOR TUX? FdA?.
British bark David MoNutt, McEihensy, eld.. Jam 18
Britten bri; Oeeilia. Bistrup, ?ailed.Jan 6
The Coan x. Jenkins, Bailed.Jan 13
British lear Lion, MeLe lau, ap.March 6
i tnt ox.
Brig Wm Roberteon, Seed, np.Marok 4
sehr Annie B Glover, Terry, cleared.Marah 2
Sehr ?.arah Oallen, avia, cleared.March 3
Behr u N Squire Flak-, c eared.March 13
Sehr farah a Hammoed, Wylie, ap.Uarrh io
sehr Damon, Jounsbn, cleared.March 19
8chr a 13 Adaas, Donnell, cleared.lob 16
c uid, na.
Sour Scud, Coggins, sailed.Feb 39
Sehr Mary Ella, Thom a.March 1
Brig Manzanillo, Manuel, sailed.March 7
Sehr NW MoCc\ Eetchum. o'eared.March 1
Sehr Laoy A Orcaitt, oaskell, oica. eJ.Feb 33
sehr Lilly. Frai cls, up.Murch 6
Sehr Dav d Currie, Hejd. cleared.Marca 7
svhr Ilobcrt Caldwell. MeOunnack,eie<ir>'d..March 8
Sehr L A Edwards, Marshall, cleared.Mareil 18
Kehr David Faust. Loid. up.Mi.roa 18
ichr Coi Coos, Hearse cleared.March 18
bohr Patna Peareo, np.Marun ll
Sehr Cha?es F Hillier,-. np.March 13
Scbr Ella Matthews. McUwoe, ceased.March 10
behr Wa tau ga, Lawrence, up.March 01
Sehr Bcdington, Gregory, up.?Fob 33
Sobr S ? Bickmore, Barter, cleared.March S |
Behr Francis Hatch, Gregor v. sailed.Marcb 6
J T. II V 31 P li H K Vs,
ERO EBB, AUCTIONEER ANB OOMMB3
HALES OF BEAL EBTA'IB. KTOUES. BONDS, SI?
Cauunfri AND PElt>01?ALPBOPABlY
Al TEN DEO TO.
No. ?7 B KO .1 U-S T ll 1", li r ,
OHABLB^TON, S. 0.
^ : ItEVKBKNSKS.
Hon. HENBY BOTST, W. J. MA4BATB, Esq.,
Generar JAMBS OONN RR, T. B. WARING, faq.
WHAT BRICK Pl) MB KO Y HID WRITE
AND WHAT RB IUD NOT WHITE.
Blsbt o'olook, sad he ls not hare yat! Ho?
dreary tala little room does serra, ind I am ao lone?
some I lea o'clock. Hov I trudi he wem d eome.
It 1B ao lonely here with the children asleep 1 Once
he lored to a tay with mr, bnt now, alas 1 Twelve
o'clock, and I am so tired, I eanaot sleep I My
heart aches and trows sad. I am ero wins old, per?
haps. May be my face is set as fair aa oaoe, but my
heart is ss warm, though it is often sad/
ARE TOO DYETKPTIC,
Nervous, jaundiced, low spirited, weak, or ara you
aick and don't know what ails yon; then try Planta
non Bitters and our word for it, lt will cure you.
What charms ean he find in that foul-eeented
room, by that dusty table, outang and dealing those
crusty carda, filling himself vdu?-poison, raining lils
breath, ruining his mind, undermiaiog his constitu
don, planting s^edu of. disease, equ'mderinst his
m cn ey, clouded with smoke, dred with excitement.
Ie thia happiness ? IR tala life ? Is this eur mission?
Oh I I am so tired, do co re hesso.
Thia delicious oordial and fine tonie is now hailed
by thousands as the great health giver and re
storer. Resol> - 'o buy a bottle, and don't alsop on
it Be wise in time. fcold.by all druggists.
"DO XOU GK) DOWN TOWN TO-NIGHT, MT PIT ?"
"No darling. I have labored enough to-day Whv
should I flee from home, from happiness, from thee?.
Life is full short to love-too ebert to squander. I
love tbe pbot-wraph of my heart, too well. No dar- |
ling, my heart ls here; here kt me keep it company."
Are alwaya pure, reliable. . They are strengthening
and invigorating, and are BTbaasted Na ure's great
rs atorer. As an agreeable and pleasant tonie and
appetizer, they cannot be excelled.
TH ET WHO ABE BICH,'
Are they who mind their own business, find a hap?
py man or woman, and tba affairs of another trouble
them but a little. It ls none of your business If the
minister kisses ons of th? sisters, or one of the sis?
ters thus salutes the minister. It cannot effect yon
whea a man you know rails on a girl yon don't know,
or ode you do. What if tber- ls kissing behind the
door, in runnels, and when the sight ls dark at the
vestibule of the "harsh, or even over the ?gate. Wo ul t
yea not do the same thug if the ehanoe was offered ?
A WINE BLASS FULL
Of Plantation Bitters, taken three times a day, before
each moil will make the flame of life again burn
brightly, and illumln-.lo a oooe wretched existence.
Bot ladles it is an elegant and jemie stimulant, Just |
swob as they require.
"I WENT TO THE LAND OF STEAD I HABITS."
I wanted to band several "brlck8" dowu to pos?
terity, and was told by Cither that with a New Eng
'and girl tor a wi'a, I could raise moro children, grow
more onions, aria more eels, sins more psalms,
ka~w mota of what was going on in Ute nitjbbor
hood, hear mora loan dal, sleep less nighis, havo
mora r fist ives, cat more beans, lovs myself and hats
others more, sud get more ont of a dellar, than any
other sort of woman m this happy country so-called.
Ts made from pure *t Croix Bum and Calisaya
Bark (known the world over for its curative proper?
ties),'and will fart!fy the syst ra against disease,
caused by chango of water and diet If yon are in?
clined tu dyspepsia, try it. If yon have the chills J
and fever, or any kin J red diaeaae,' by all naeaas take
Plan lotion Bitten. They are sold by all druggists
IND HE HAD A EXHALE CBZ 0,
Whose name was Hexa Brlghtwater. and who was
twenty-nine years old; who wore tod stockings, red
garters, metal Upped shoes, ?reen spectacles, and
the prettiest red bair tho world ever se. eye? on or
into. Hexa, a*true New E.gland gai; chewed wada of
pine gum.' and aweetened her biota with onions.
Hexa wasn/t so mach handsomer .than a doll as to
make the doll flint, but she WM Intelligent; in fa st, in?
telligence was her beat hold but one; she was great
on making baby ga rm sa ls, and had bor tr?nke rall,
paokeo away, that eba might bo ready aa willing ?
when the evil boar drew nigh, as ehe trussed lt would
from year to year.
TP THE LADIES WI KNEW
What thousands ol them are constantly relating
to ne, we oas didi? bebevo ons half of oho weakness,
prostration and dis tress exoerhnoed b/ them would
JAMBS KABbH, ?&).,
, No. itJ West First-street, New York, says be
BBB three children. The first two sra weak and
pue j, tis wile having been unable to nurse or
attend them; but abe hus taken l'Imitai lon Bit
tars for tbe hutt ten years, and has a child now 18
months old, whian she baa nursed and re-rod her
seh, sad bom are baaity and well. Plantation Bit?
ten ls invaluable to mothers.
TALTEB, XT SOT,
Harre comes a man wno waa onee rich. He had
firle' da, and money, and a loving family, and posi?
tion, and lLfloenc, and eelf-respect axd Integrity,
aud a future of usefulness before, him. But, my
boy, be don't look like it now. He was elected to aa
important oflloo. Ho forgot th* leuona hi? pood
mother taught him, and was asked by destining
poli?. ians to sell bis vote to a party of awindlera; he
o jula not for the life of him give articulation to that j
Utile word, and BO be tell.
HOW OFTEN DO WB HE AB TEE COMPLAINT,
Prom mothar and luther, that tbe eon or daughter is
sot wei; that they have no appetite; that they fe?!
languid ; that the head ache- ad the time; that they
are growing thin and iceble, and that they have no
Ibo nor cuorgy felt. And ute questtous aro often
asked. What snail I do for thtm ? Waat i hall I g. vcr |
them? Our answor ls, let them try Plantation Bit?
ters moderately, three times a day, and our word
lor it they will recover.
AND HEBE VALTEE, IE A YOUNO KAN,
Just like you and us, my boy. He has wit, aesse,
education, intelligence, in ands, ambition, and is
loved. Fe has a knowledge of the world, acquired
by mixing with its people Be baa ambit.ot? and
the same flo'd ii? wi Joh to win honor, fume and dis
tmt non, as had Franklin, fulton, Morse, sad a host
of others. Heid naturally BB.art, but Tailer, ii y
b y, as hs meets us do you so? the oxeas or mo s
lure iu his oyo. the little puffy ridgo under it the
gradual turning of tbe beautiful cornors of the
mouth, his mother so loved to kiss. These, my boy,
tell a sad talo of early shipwreck, of disease, of pre?
mature death, of neglected and squandered gift?.
Alum i Dry Plaster
S? ? E S
Are most desirable fdr- truality,
finish and price. ,
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled !
VAULT DOORS, '
FAMILY PLATE SAFE8,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manofactarers)
n-? _i ' ? 265 Broadway, New Tort
w rmT, ^ ,721 Chestnut St., Phila,
Warehouses j m Ballk gt>> ciereland.O
And for sale by our agents in tnt
principal cities throughout the
United States. . .}
ron SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
.No. 303. EAST BAY,
600 BOXES IC 14x20 HOOFING TiN
800 BOXES IX 14x20 HOOFING TIN
100 BOXES IO 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 HOOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES rXX. 14x20
20 BOXES ?XXX 14x20
20 BOXES TX XXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TIN S HAN'S SOLDES, SPEL?
TER, ?e., Ao.
1* BTOBE AND TO ARRIVE.
. -, CAJMEKO J, BA. UK. LE Y dc CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting ?nd Cumberland' streets.
January 1 erne
STE iii GU AGES, GONGS, GUAGE COOKS
STEAM BIBBS AND STOP GOOKS, STEAM
* WHISTLES r
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS'.
WATER GUAGE8, GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MEBOURX GUAGSS, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPTER AND BRASS WISE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY Ot CO.,
North east Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 (tao
OFFICE So. ?75.KINO,
January 27 Sato
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, ic,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WU. B. CORWIN otOO.
aSTOoods deUTCted to all parta of the City.
* E. H. RODGORS
af AXVBAOIUBBB AND WHOLESALE DKALEB IB
STENCH STOCK AND DIES,
STEEL LETTERS ARD STAMPS
CQISCKS AND TAOS
BRASS ANO GURMAN SILVER KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, ?Ce.
BT TBE GALLON OB Bili REL.
HILL'S PATE ST U V.VL? STAMPS
BRANDING IRONS, *e.
No. 129 EAST BAY-8TBEBT,
CHARLESTON, S. ?.
pfc- dall and examine specimens.
January lt 2moe
JOHN D. ALEXANDER,
NO VARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 16 Broad-street.
EERPEOTFIXLLT SOLI0I18 BUSINESS I Nf AD?
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of MorcJUanta end others,
and in WRITING CP ABD POSTING thalr BOOKS,
either In part or whole, bc. January 9
nbj^isriEL i? SILGOX, ri
Nos. 175,177and 179 KTO-8TEEET,
- Charleston, 8. C.,
Keeps constantly on band a large and well aelected -Assortaient CHT
CABINET". F rjBNITURE,.
Of the latest sad nost approT'ed'styles, whian ss offera at prices thatca'miet fail te pla***.
. .. , ' ': AL?O,
CHAMBER AHD CiTTA?i?>??TS, OF BESGBlTTIOKe
.. . .-' ' - ? ? ;..'.. . i. J . ....
03" THE BEST ASSORTMENT EVER OFFERED IN THU HASKEL'S*. "
* N. B.-Goods Carefolly Packed for Snipping;.
Mar?ala- ' : . tao
; tbs tuina os
r v. :. t
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. Ail Polieie* ?en-Forfeitable.
Half Loan T?ken. : No Notes Req^fciirexLr
LAST CASH DIY1DE3?D 50 (FIF??) FE? jS?i?^
Statement. ? ... ? . omcer*. : - . v-^-'r
Policies in force.............. ^OOO.tep > W^HTH?K^^
Assets.'..1. ?,6W.00O| . ?..V: G^^GAN, Sew?birjr;',?jva??'
AnnualIncome.SO?.dOO | : i L. MoADAM, Ac^
Losses Paid....?"" sW.Oeoj;1 r-Q> -Av- F?DIC&AB, . Superintendent. .
Hon. JOHN A. Du, New York.
Hon. JAKES HABPZB, Finn Harpar k Bros.,
: ex-Mayor New.Tork..
JOHN J. COANE. President Barak Ropnblic.
WK. T. HOOKER. Wall-street '
WK. M. VEB?HLYE, Banker (Yermily? k Co.)
CHAS. G. BOOEWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking
HOD. GEOBOJE OPDTXE, ex-Mayor of New Tork.
MIK or C. MOROAK, Banker.
-THOKAS RIQNXX, Firm Thomas Rigney & Co.
EENJ. B. tfBXBMAJL Treasurer New York Steam
t?ufcar Be?niug Company. . .
A ABOR ABHOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable* Co.
BICHABD H. BOWNE, Wetmore k Bowne, Ls.w
E. V. HAU?HWOUT, Firm E. Y.'Haughwout ft
.*;C0.' . ' '
Wk. WixxBKa: Firm W. Wittens ft-Co.": ? ? '
JULIOS- H. P.-ATt, Morona o.t. ..?-.-/ ..,
WK. W. Waiotrr, Merchant.-. -
CHAS.. J. Hms Merchant, v . '" -
WTT.T.Tiir Ai^Kir, Merchant.
Gao. W. CT^?XEB, Banker, Paimvrai NJ Y;1! ?
GBO. T. HOPS, President Continental - Fire In-'
surance Company. . :.":'.'.'
Jona H. rJnuawooD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PE?XKAM. Corner 5th Avenue sad '
, Twen^HhlrtT-street. ' V V
EDWAED H. WSIOHT. Newark, N. J. ; -v. *&$?Bk
Gxo'. W. FABTJZE, Cotmsellor.
W. L. CooiWiTLL, Merchant, ' '
GEORGI KEIK, General A?rent for South Carolina.
Pr. Ti HKgMBTJICKWA. Krantlnlng Pnyatelan.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON,
January 13 tao seo UBI ea Bo. SM KLujt-Urect, Onerierten. 8. ??5'
JP EETTILI2 ? ?iSl'
THE OLD AMD LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD M AN?BJE^
ORGHILLA GUANO ! PERUVIAN GUANO !
EBODES' M ANTJ BE IN TTS PREPABATION, 15 Mt DE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOB FACINd,
larca crop5 of Ootton, Coro, TV?eat. foaao o Porat,i?a acd O'h^r Root Crops,
I he Ma-i uric tari ir Uepartmo a*, is ooadocted by Fredorlck EletC oee of the aaost gillgai Chem.' uta and
Mannllacthrera in tao Doited li?tes. ' .-J?.
lt is end urned, apjtror: d tad reeomnaended brail of the most promln?nt Okemists and Appdcnltorlsaa sa?,
the SonUierrrStates. "It ean be rehid nron as oaiforu m q i-:iiy " A!wavs ry.table, producdfe of large
crop's, aiio uoexceUad by any te tee market, in tk- kigt pero^ta^e of "True FertlJtiiiu Principles."
Pnce 857 60 casa, er 905 time, with Pac ter'a acceptance, and 7 per coat, interest until lat December.
1809. ' ^ -
UMCHIliLA tiUANU-"AA" anne Bird duane, risk in Phoschek* sad Alaallae faits. Price $80"
cash. Mg time. .
PfiRlTlLV GU.MVtt-Warranted pure, and always on luutd. Furnished at ?trie', prices fer cash.
Analysis ?f Rhode?' Standard SnperpnMpliate ?f Lime.
Moisture Expelled at 212*_.
Equal to Phosphate Lime...._ _ .
Common Phosphene Acid...........
Eqaal to Bona Phosphate.. ...A. :
.Total Phosphates.... *.,.
Lime with Phosphoric 'Add.
Sulphate tl Lime and other Salta not estimated..
The above analysis indicates a Manorial Saperphosphate of Lime of the hfghdBt ?rade onB
nanlyfonndin theAmerioan market. Ita lar^e amount of -t?o! able' Phosphoric Aeid inpplisa
anactire nntriment for the derelopment and maturity o? th?) fruittge. Tho Salphnno Acid
which it COD tains, by chemical affinity with the elemiud o? .moat soils, ooatribucc to its Bex
tihzing Properties. To show ita hist eflocta, this Sa>?rph?sphite should he apphodunder '
and in contact with the Seed, ?nd-with a moderatoly sJaxliow coTering.of sofl;^ --- :
2 _. " Inspector, SkTauiBah;Chtrfha^
G. H. WILLIAMS, AssisUnt Cheniiat. ? \ . : '
Fohruary ISth, I860.
Wo guarantee that every package of RHODES' STANDARD SUPERPHOSPHATE ?h?J
fully come up te the above'analysis.
. . -, -. - . - . \
B. M. KH0DE8 & CO.,
Io. Sa SOLTH-STKKKT, BALTlfflLtiHE.
B. S, RHETT & SON,
AGENTS, CHARLESTON, rS. C.
Shirts uni /srnii^ing (Starts.
Proprietor of the Gea iceman's Furniihing- Goods
xmp?rTnm, Meeting-street, near Market, desirous
of bringing the fa?cms
Shirts into general nae, and believing that rt ia only
necessary for gentlemen to wear theee
once io be well pleased Kith thea, will hereafter of?
ter thor? to al? eoatomora
the public generally at cost pri?es. Hie stock ot ]
Sect lies, Ecarts and
Will also bo sold at such prices as to defy compet?
li on, ana If satlstactfon is not .
he will return the moue?. His obarzes are so rea?
sonable as el lost to mike bayer? bollero the ai ti ole? |
are giren .
He is prepared to nuki Shirts to order with the
urn)ont diooatcb; ano>bis assortment of ready-1ede
Shirt? la so full that buyers ean bo fitted at a mo?
rn ont's notice. FT proof of these statements call
Star Phlrt and Varnishing Goods Emporium,
Meeting-etreet, nearly opposite Harket Hall.
January 1 * Cmos
JT^I H. TKIiJiBOLJl, '
' * No. 1 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, g. a,
MINER, 8R1PPER AND DEALER :
at _ i ""-y -' I
Sooth Carolina Satire Bone Phosphate.
January ll Sinos .
BOtfTll CAHUliUA itAlUUUAli.
GENERAL BUPEBINTEr?DBNrt? OfTCl, I
CHABiasroH, V. 6., F" brj* y IS. 18<8. 1
OH AM) A ET BR S ?V DAT, FEB BC AST lera,
die PA8St>'UEB TRAINS oe tu? loath Gu?
lim Bailroad w?l rna os ?OUOTO :
LOST? Oaee?esum.....B S? A. M.
Arrive M AUcmtla.I.IO P. Bf.
45o;ino?it?- ?Uh tretas for il OD WOE osjr. Usn phil,
Keahville ead >ew Orleans, vu If cmtgemerj tai
ftraae JeoakWD. ?
WOW COtiUMBIA. T
Leave Charleston.8.fe 4. M.
Arrive 3t Cotant??.6.48 ?. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester B?0>
road, IDS Cowden ?rain
F0B ?.; B A ELK ST OH.
Lem augusta.8.M A. K.
ArriTe st Charleston.;.. .6.00 P. ii.
Leave Columbia. .7 A3 A. af.
ArriTe at Charleston. .6.uv P. Bl.
ADC. CST A NIGHT BXPBESb
Leave Charleston.7.8* P. at,
Arn re at Aturaste.?.36 A. li,
Coan ec; inc. wits traine lor Memphis, Nashville
inri lew til ca r.s. vu erena* Junci?n.
(eave Augusta..*.10P. af.
Arrive at Oharleeton.. .4.00 A. U,
.. COLOMBIA NIGHT EXPEBBS.
Leave Charleston.8.05 P. M.
arrive at Columbia.,....*..Hi A. X.
Connecting ,?? undara excepted i with Oreen ville sad
Colas bia railroad.
Leave OcbambU...5.30 P. af?
Anrlveat Charleston......6.30 A. AL
S MME?VTIXK 1 BATH.
Leave Charleston..3.0P P. at
Arrive at ?*umm?viue....\.?JO P.M.
LesTe Sum aten'Hie.....7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Otaries too.W.35 A. lt
?JAMBEN BBANOB. '
On JU on" ay i, Wednesday* and Saturday*.
Leave langville...* 4,30 J?. IL
LiCaveCamden.'......i.M.33 A. M.
Arrive at XinjrviOe.A. BL
Sirard B. T. PEAKE,
Fehroarv IS General Superintendent.
Purifies ibe Blood.
* J * ? * .*' ' "ia
For salo by Druggists Everywhar j.; \
july as * ?AS, ' *?* i