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THE DAILY NEWS.
On the Approach of Spring.
POUND ON A LAWYER'S DESK.
Whereas, on certain boughs and sprays
Now divers birds are beard to sin?,
And suudry flowers their heads upraise,
Hail td the com ic j ou o? ?pring !
The songs of tb.'so ?aid birds arouse
Th-? memory of our youthful hours.
As green as those serj "prays and boughs',
As fresh and sweet as those said flowers.
The birds aforesaid, happy pairs.
Love, 'mid the aforesaid boughs, enshrines
In freehold nests, themselves, then: heirs,
Administrators and assigns.
Oh, busiest lime of Cupid's court,
When tender plaintiffs aeiiou bring,
Beaaon of lrollc and of sport,
Hail, as aforesaid, coming Spring !
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-137 tierces
Rice. 169 bales Cottoa, 26 bales Yarn, 31 pkgs
Sundries and 69 Empty Barrels.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Maryland-79 t ercas
Rice. 188 bales Upland Cotton, 16 ba'es Yarn, 40
bales Bags, 40,000 feet Boards, 25 pkgs Fr mt and
Peas, and ?undries.
KINGS!ON, JAMAICA-Per schrW H 8teele-250
bbls Potatoes, 109 bbls Floor and 6 cases
Charleston Cotton and Klee .Market.
OFFICE Of THE CHARLESTON DAILY NJ?W8,1
CHARLESTOM. Saturday Evening, April 3. f
COTTON.-There was somewhat an improved feel?
ing in the market for this article, with a better in?
quiry and a disposition to firmer rates. Sales 500
bales, say 27 at 26c,; 26at26l?c; T3ai26?c; 88 at
27c.; 18 at 27?e.; 47 at 27?c; 72 at 27?<\; 31 at
27A.c. ; 23 at 27?c ; 52 at 28c , and 74 on private
terms. We quote:
Ordinary to eood ordinary.26?@27?
By New York classhVation wo quote:
RICE.-This artiale was in fair request at steady
rates. Sales 157 tierces of clean Carolina, viz: 25
at8?c.; 46 at 8?c; 79 at 8 5-16c; 8 at 8?c. 9 Bi .
We quote common to fair clean Carolina at 7"ic(?j
8 ??c. ; good, 8 6-16 to 8? c.
maricela by Telegrapn.
LONBON, April 3-Noon.-Cousols 92%. Bonds
83?. Sugar firm-on the spot 39s. Common rosin
LrvzapooL, April 3-Noon.-Cotton opens firmer
but higher-uplands 12?al2?d; Orleans 12?al2? d;
sales to-day of 10.?0C bales. Corn 29s 9d.
Afternoon.-Cotton closes firmer but not qaotably
higher, and quotations unaltered. Pork 102s. Lard
HAVRE, April 3-Nicn.-Cotton opens dull on the
?pot and afloat-low middling afloat If 45c.
Nzw YOKE, April 3-P. M.-Government securities
higher. Southern securities firmer. Stocks active
and higher. Money easy at 7 per cent premium.
Sterling exchange 107?sl08. Gold 31?. Cotton
arm-sales to-day 2800 ; middling 28?c. Nett re?
ceipts of cotton for the week were 3685 bales. Grote
receipts 8166. Exports to Great Britain 9S35; ex?
ports to the continent 1380 bal ra. Sal e ! of the week
14,660. Stock on hand 93,270. Net reaeipta at all
United States ports for the week, were 33,320". Ex?
porta for the week te Great Britain, from aU United
Stat ea porta, were 43 355. Export} to the continent
14,891; stock on band and os shipboard not yet
cleared at all United stales pot ts 360,895. Flour dull
nt noon's decline. Wheat steady. Corn favors buy?
ers. Whiskey quiet. Mess pork dull at 93112?a
SSI 25. Lard lower-kettla rendered 18?al9o.
Bpirits turpentine 51a61?c. Groceries quiet
Freights dull .
BALTIMORE, April 3.-Cotton dull. Flour atoady.
Wheat arm-prime red $2 10e?2 25. Corn-receipts
. small; what? and yellow 85a87 cent?.. Oats dull at
:f*BV*'?i!"-. Bice dull. Prov isl ons unchanged.
, CzNtXTjoAXZ, AprlT^-=-*i^a t0rk held at ?31 50.
I Bacon-shoulden 13? cents; clear sido9 at 17 cents.
} Lard 18 cents.
Lonxsviixx; Apill 3-Mess pork ?32. Lard 18?
?enta. Bacon-shoulders 13? cent*; clearBidos 17?
To?CNGTON, April 3.-Cotlon duU. Spirits tur
?'pentins quiet at 46c. Rosin steady at $190a$7 50.
JCruda turpentine quiet at $1 75a$2 90. Tar declined;
].?*h?5 6?. . !r~ -
AUGUSTA, (Jj,, April 3.-Cotton-market quiet but
: .firmer. Middling 27 cents.
SAVANNAH, April 3.-Cotton quiet but steady
- sal es 450 bales; middlings 27?c Receipts 1,129 bales;
' ' expo rt? coastwise 956 bales.
MOBILE, April 3.-Cotton dull-sales 260 bales ;
loir middling 26? c ; receipts 315 bales.
: NEW ORLEANS, April 3.-Cotton steadier and
stifler; middling* 23?c. ; sales 2,100; receipts 1,735
exports 2,509, bngar armer. Molasses quiet at 70a
Interior Cotton Marketa. .
ABBEVILLE, April 2.-Cotton dull at 26? cent?,
ONION, April 1.-A few bales sold daria g the
week at 25 cents.
? , SELMA, March 31.-Sales 985 bales at 26? to 27
? cents. Market quiet and easier.
CHERAW, April L-Sales this week 61 bales at 24a
' 36??. The demand is good, and the market doses
fi firm at these prices.
'" ORANG EB ORO, April 3.-Sales for the week 60
' bales.'with a good demand. We quote ordinary 24?,
low middling 25?, middling 38c.
.. COLUMBUS April. 1.-Owing to their scarcity
06a20?a are offered for middling to strict middling,
25?a25?a for low middling. Grades lower than
middling, dulL. Warehouse sales, 73 bales; receipts
u lo?bales; ship meats 60 balee.
GEORGETOWN, March 24.-COTTON -No salea
this week. We quote from 25 td 27c per lb.
Cons.-Prime White ..ora ?115 per nusheL
.'. PxAinrm -Ooo hundred and fifty bushels soldat
: tl 6p per bushel. We quote from ?1 25 to ?1 60.
- ancana.-?ales-of 3- .) stick- at $5 60 per stick, at
"prices ranging from 7 to 2 lo per cubic foot. Largo
timber -In demand.
TuurzNTisE.- Yo'low dip $2 75. Sr.apo or hard
91 35. Virgin dip $4 per barrel, of 280 pounds to the
. ,t tl : .
- Wilmington ti ark et.
WILMINGTON, April 3.-TURPENTINE-Is a shade
lower, and we quote sales or 359 bois at S3 83a2 90
for sot, and ?1 76 for hard, par 280 pounds-closiug
at lowest figure.
SFDUZS- roRPSBTrjns-Market uhchangei, and
salas of only 38 bbls at 46o per pallon.
Boam-Steady. Sales of 363 bbls st 8190 for
strained, td 76 for strained and No. 2, and ?7 for
TAB-Ia lower. Sales of 219 bbls at ?2 65, and 220
bela at ?2 60 per bbl.
. Savannah Market,
SAVANNAH, April L-Our mark, t during tho first
part of the week presented a dull asp ct. bat on
Monday and Tuesday strengthening adv.- es impart?
ed a good deal ot excitement, whiob led io au ad
van -e, and on Tussday evening we closed very firm
at 28^ ct* for middling. Yesterday opened with a
si I ?b Uv disappointing market, which was further
depressed by unfavorable advices from Kurope, and
to-day we have witnessed a decline of actually lc ou
the lower grades, aud ?c on the lug ti er trom'th* ox
treme prices paid two uvenincs ugo Vie quote mid?
dling 27?e; low middling 26?; eood ordinary 2C.
Tue receipt? since our la-t have bee i 3< bales sea
islands and 6185 oates uplands, against 62 bales sea
Islands and 6167 bale) uo auds same period last
ye-j. Exports- foreign, to Liverpool, per 6h'i>
Abyssinia, 31 bales sea i-lands and 2456 ba!- s up
lauds; per ship Fearaaugbt 33 bales sea islands aud
4057 bales up ands; to Haw. per ?nip Emma, 541
bales a*a islands ana 1809 bales upland?; to Ciou
atadt per ship Eltinoie, 2004 balts upi inda. Total:
Foreign. 6Pfl bales sea islands and 10,326 bOes up?
lands; coastwise, 41 bales sea islands and 2203 biles
uphnJs. Total exports. C5J bahs sea is.misand
12,629 bales uplands, against 548 biles seo islands
and 17,128'bales uplands corresponding week last
SEA ISLANDS-The receipts of Pm* stnplo cotton
since our last report am mm to 33 bags, ol' whici 17
were from Florida, by boat, and 21 from the Islands
and by the Atlantic and Golf Kairo?:!, and of these
2 baga were Florida cottons. The sb prnen-s havo
been 650 baes to the Nort.i and i urope Ia thc sea
island market ibero b?s t ecu some demand, but
large holders will not jicld. and all the actual sales
ot common cottou have been inadi- at u *ha<ie lt wer
figure than we bciore quoted. We a< e still c< mpellea
to renew last week's quo'ati ns, moro especially as
the foreign buyers have not by any means seemed
anxious to operate. 1 he range of i ricen paid Lr..?
been generally from 65 to Tito, and we quote: Com?
mons 60; medium 75; On- medium Sd; une 9'J
Bios.-The receipts of the we- k have been 17,317
bushel-, making a total ot' 397,070 bushels MU o
September L Sioek ol cleau rice 1.16U tierces. With
the exception o: a few straggling lots, the nen crop
from the rivers m this staion is in band. We can
learn rt nono to ar ive exceptio? Mn.ill parcels. 1 be
tightness of tho KorlUeru mouev maiket hus
caused some talsc-ates tn-re. wh eb hive in some
Instances be n re-ol ? tho samo oay ai l?o. advau o.
Thu, of c-ouxso. has had a vory depressing influence. I 1
and we have had a week of uuusual onliness, und
prices aro somewhat easier, but not quotaole lower | (
than at onr last reviow. We quoto rough at $1 75@52
10, depending upon quality; aaa ('lean at 8@8Ho.
for "fair" to "good;" prime, 9c.
NASHVILLE, Thursday, April 1.-COTTON-Liv?
erpool cloeed dull to-dav, but unchanged. New
York was dull, and ?aj?c. lower. Our nmketis
weak at quotations, batno deposition to press sale?.
Wo quote: Ordinary 21a23; good ordinary 21 ii; low
Stock on hind september 1,1868.... .60
Shipped to-day. 233
Stock on hand.6-*12
COHN-The receipts to-day amounted to over 3000
bushels, with shipment-! or 250C bushels. Wo re
poit thc market steady at 60c buying, and 75c sacked
and delivered in depot.
BOSTON, March 31 -COFFEE.-There is scarcely
anything doing in this article, and prie s remain thu
same as previously noticed Java has b eu selling
in small lots at 22?c, gold, and Rio at 15al8c per
pouno.gold. st. Do oiego is scarce and quiet, and
prices aro nominally 9a9?c per pound, gold, in
COTTON.-The market for cotton is full Kc per
pound bisher tbau at the close of last week, but tb',
demand irom manuf icturers has b:en quito limit
and sales confined to sm.ll lots. The receipts it
Southern ports continue to show a falling off. and
. ad faces from Great Britain have been more favora?
ble. The sales have been at 25?'<i26?c for ordinary ;
27a27Jic for good o.dlnary: 23a28?-; for low mid
dimg. and 29a29?c for middling, including uplands
and Gulf. 1 he stock ls ubnut 15.000 bales, and hold?
ers are quite confident of a Favorable change and
DOMESTICS -The market for cotton and woollen
goods Tas been rather unsettled the eist week, and
some ? tyles of cottons have been sold at a con ces
s.ou. Woollens are dull and in limitad demand, but
it is believed that a week or two o. favorable
weat uer would lead to more activo movements.
NAVAL STOUES -Demand for spirits turpentine
moderate, and prices have eased off. The sales have
boen 52a53e per gallon. Tar is steady -it $4a4 25 per
bbl. ttosin and pitch have been quiet.
BICE.-There have been salee ol 400a500bble Caro?
lina at 9KalOc por pound.
Consignees per soutn Cai olma lian rou ii
494 bales Cotton. 59 bales Domestiic, 32 bbls Na?
val Stores, 1 car Lumber, 10 cars Wood and 2 cars
8too';. To Riilroad ?.gent, Pclzer. Rodgers Co. T
H A W Dc wees. Johnston, Crews ic Co, Mantoue k
Co, Reeder k Davis, Jbiost k AdgT, Adams, Damon
k Co, G W Williams & Co. -IBB Sloan, W K Byan,
J ti Pringle, D Jeunicgs k Co, Thurston k Holmes,
R C Sharp k Co, W C Courtney k Co, Greaser k
Smith. W W Smith, G Follin, M Goldsmith k Son,
Werner k Ducker and John Connors.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad
5t bales Coition, 280 bushel* Rough Rice. 130 bbls
Naval Stores, l umher, iidse, Ac To Bin-man k
Howell. S D Stoney, J Marshall, Jr, J F O'Neill k
ron. G H Walter k Co, Mazycks k Sallus, Geo W
Williams k Co, H bischoff k Co, Pelzer. itodgers k
Co. J Weiters. Fripp k Hay, Frost k . daer. Geo W
Clark k Co, J A Quackenbush, F W Emanuel, J B E
Sloan, M J G ainu or and Railroad Agent
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-A R
Marson, Mrs McBalow, J A Stiles and lady. Miss
Annie Underwood, Master GD Alston, G Riecke,
M'ss Abre Minuting. Miss G Bernard, H BeU, H
leard, D Higgins. J Nisbet, M Roddy, M Hltt. Wm
Birnie, lady and family. u D Greer, J Met lrath, B
McKnight, JW Tom ?kins. J Mott, C A Sperry, C
Eietschman, FGowin. Peter Smith, P Corian, M
Dennis, P Cann and 13 deck.
Per steamship Maryland, for Baltimore-Adam
Boyle, W W Houston. Mrs Murphy and others.
Per steamship Magnolia, from Now York-Miss
Marion, Miss M S Gregory, Mr and Mrs L B Weh h
and son, J Purcell, SRI rescot, J M Carr. MoMas
ter. J R Rivelt, S J Stiles, J F Somas. E B strange
Maurice Jordan. H J Cutter, Geo H Munroe, J R
Pierson Daniel Smith, A P Gregory, A A Cortina,
HO Conner, Hem y Moitteke, John Badden, M Ju- '
cobs and J J Fillers
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka. via Jackson?
ville, Femur, di ua aniTSavanuah-Mrs Dr Horrid ou,
Mr Dunham, wife and daughter, Mrs Goodrich, alisa
McCloy, J. mes Beattie, A Moore. Ca'doza. J H Jones,
8 Lansdorf, Mrs Hayman. Hvkoff, J Morris. J .>woat,
Woooruff, Forbes. D Callahau, J Mcrtmor Gold?
smith, LOW, Mrs .Mead. Miss Low. Mrs Isarriaian.
Colonel Mayo, Miss Mayo. Mrs Edwiugton, Mi.-s L
Withers. C Loarv, Miss Leary, Mrs Berry, maid aud
child aud 5 ou deck.
Por steamer Fannie, from Savannah via Beaufort
Hilton Bead and Edisto-Jam.s tuart. James Jet
mors, T ! Piflgs, S .-?paldlugs. J B Page, G B Bacon.
A Carter, F Crawford, t\ife and daughter, B Satro. J
Stearlvant, b D Stearlvaut, J MeDounal, A Adsou,
H Kesslor. J H Renneker, W Barkley. G W Evans
aud wife, Mrs Osgood, Thomas Kelly. J R Mathews
and wife, Mrs Banuinghom and daughter, J U Wes
cott, S Barnwell, and 6 on dont.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah via Hilton
Head, &o-J H Wade, wife and eon, J R Rt-dington
and diugbter. J Scbnedusky, W W Sherman. B il
Sturdivan, John sturuivao, Courtenay. Sahui-A - ?'?
Wescott aud W rr nanison.
JPort o? Charleston, -A.pril S.
PHASES OF TUE MOON.
Last Quarter, 3d, 3 hours, 28 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 11th, 6 hours, 27 mluutes, evening.
First Quarter, 19th, 9 hours, 4C minutes, morning.
Full V oon, 27th, 1 hour, 1 minute, morning.
A rr iv ca Y cs tc ma j .
Steamship Magnolia, Crowell, New York-left 1st
Inst, P M. Mdse, lo Bavenel & Co, O D Ahrems k
Co, Mrs Armstrong, Adams, Damon k Co, J E Adger
A Co, D A Amme, W O Burkett. Rissell it Co. Henry
Bischoff & Co, J Commins, W H chafeo k Co, F
Carrington, T M Cater, L Chap?n k Co, F Clirist
man, J Campeen k Co, F F Chapeau, Hastie, Cal?
houn k Co, C D Carr k Co, Cameron k Barkley,
M Drake, F H Due, J Dawson, Dowie k Moise,
Louis Elias, J S Fairly k Co, forsyth. Mc tomb k
Co, B Feldmann k Co, Furchgott Brothers. Florida
Steamboat agent, D F Flemmg St Co, D M G tjen,
C Goldstein, F Gerdts k Co, Goodrich, Winemau &
Co, N A Hunt, Johnston, orows k Co, O E k A S
Johnson Klmck, Wickeuberg k Co, C Herrisou,
Kinsman Brother, LyouB A Murray, B Lehman.
H G Loper. G Luhrs, C Lihonthal k Co,j Lengnick
k Sell, J G Milnor A flo W Melehcrs, J H Murray,
Muller. Nimitz k Co. Wm Matthiossen, Mottet
Huchee, Nachman A Co, N E Railroad Agent, 1)
O'Nelh, D O'Neill A Son. B O'Neill, Ostcndortf k Co,
Pclzer, Rodgers A Co, O F Pankuin, J R Head ic co,
J H Schirmor, Sioll. Webb k co, seymour A Silcox,
Dr Schley, J E smith, S O Kailrc ad Co, J Steiner,
W A bknno. U S .uosistence Department, J F tay?
lor A Co, W G Trott, E F iocck, Wm L Webb, E
Washington, Walker, Evans k Cogswell, W J Yatee,
S B Marshall, J H cy ward, T L Baun, North, Steely
k Wardell, Henry Slender, Edwin Bates A < o, O'
Plenge, Thurston k Ho m-s, S B Blum, C Voigt, c
Frank, Raveuel k holmes, Geo H oruber, P H
Meitzler, Wagner k Monsees, mrs S Watts, W She?
pard, Dr Taber, H Klatte k Co, L Cohen Co, Mc
Loy A Rice, B Foley, M rs Galloway, aud others.
Meamahip Falcon, Horsey, Ualnmote-left - in?
stant. Muse. I o Mordec Ji k Co, Courteuay ic 'I ron
ho.ua, S c railroad Agent, A Tobias' rons, Wagi er
k Monsees, D W Waterman, Clacius k Witte, JU Bis?
choff & Co, J Biaekmau, W A skrino. W G Whilden
k Co, C Voigt, Lyons k Mu'Tay. W L Wetb, Have
nel Uolraes, Kliuck. Wickenbertr k co, G W?bi
nuy, Ostendorff A Co, W P Ravenel, W M Bird &
Co, L WeJaKopf, W tt Trott, Douglas? k Miller,
SeymcurA Silcox. G W Brunn, H Klatte & co, J
H Voller*. H Luhrs, J U Graver ft Co, J B Borner,
W H Welch, J N M Woblunaun, Drown k Hyur,
Je Horus Ai co. Cameron i Barkley, i lt Dukos. W C
Dukes k Co, Ja9 Wiley A Co, S W VV'dtman, D Paul
k < o. J A Qjaeltenhusu, F F ?. htpe.au. Hastie cal?
houn & LO, Bhacdirs, J ll Pringle, H Cobla k Co.
D O'Neill. C Li Johnson, J Mchrteua, shui kello d A
Kelly, Adams. Dam m ic Co, Bollmauu Brother-, C
Li ienthal & Co. Muller, Nimitz k Co, Tatt & How
laud, i? U (Mown. Lowie lt Aloise, Goourich, Wine*
m m A; Co and Quartermaster.
Sehr David Faust, Lord, New York, C days. Mdse.
To T Tupper k rous, F Kic-seU. Railroad Ageut.
Raveuel <c Holmes, ll tfis.h ff k Co, iii g A Gib?
bon, Wm Knobeloch. Mrs D.vu^a, G W Wihiaius &
So. H C'obia k co. i amerou .v Darklev, D D Viuo ut,
W H W, S R M r-ha.l, .11 A Tanuluus-n, Kuobu
lech & Small, Strauss & Vance, J 'I houison ic e.o,
G W steffeus, Wm Roach A Co. Wagner er. Moneees.
Order. J Campseu k CO, Ji Kauupaux, Jeffords A
Co aud otho ? s.
Sehr L A Bayles, Bayles. New Y- rk, C days. Hay.
lo the alaster and King x Gi~bou.
?dir Alex ?ontig, ??u g, Philadelphia, C days.
Coal. Ac. .1 o U F Baker k 'JO und C W i-cigidous.
Sehr Serene, Jones, ualtiuiore, 6 da?s. 0500
lushels Corn. To Risley A Creighton and West it
s-olir Minule, Smi'u. Baltimore, G days. 5200
bushels Coru and 1400 Lu-hele Oats, lo Risky c
Creighton aud Li M Butler.
>cbr J P Alieu. Al!*-.-, Baltimoro via Norfolk, Va,
5 diys. Corn, kc, lo Risley & Crcighttii, fccreveu
Nisbet aud order.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Peck, Sav.tnnah via Hilton
H?id, k. Sundries, To John Ferguson and Souih
.m i.xpress Co.
Steamer Dictator, McNelty, Palatka via Jackson
rille, l'ernandiuu, aud Savaunah. 42 pkgs aJdse
and 1 lot Govuriment S'toroa. To JD.Aiken A o,
Fraser k Dill, Major Aloen, M Goldsmith k Sou,
Moffat A Wtiartou, J : Dailey. F Kres-ol, H Ha-cll,
M Archer, D U l'ficfy, Msjor John Fripp, O Madaon,
L Serena and G H B.
Su amer Fannie, Adair, Savannah, via nwnfort,
[iii ou Dead and Ldisto. 4 crates Rags. 6 hhds
l.'ones, HO .lacks Boucs and Sundries. To John Foi .
;u?ou sud M Goldsmith k Son.
Steamship Manhattan, WoodiiulJ, New York-Jas
Auger k Co.
Steamship mir viand,Johnson, Baltimore- Courtenay
k '? reuh lm.
Sehr V? H steele, Buck, Kingston, Jamaica-Paul,
Welch A Brandes.
SchrWanata, Dawkias, Kew York via Georgetown,
S C- Bieley k Creighton.
Scbr Wanata; Ha.vklns. Geor^ towD, 8 0.
Sehr Damon, Johnson, Geo gctown, S C.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, Mea York.
Steam-hip Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore.
Sehr W B Stiele, hock, Kingston, Jamaica.
Went to *ea Friday.
Sehr Edith, Baudall, Satilla Biver, Ga.
From thia fort.
Sehr Rachel Soaman, High, New York, April 1.
Sehr H WGodfrey, Sears. Providence, April 1.
Sehr L A Circuit, Haskell.Georgetown, 8C, Maroli 29,
Sehr C E Hehler, Mitchell, Georgetown, 8 C, March
Sehr John E Dalley, Wall, Georgetown, 8 C, March
Up for this Port.
Behr Ellen, Carr, at Mayaauez, P B, to sail March 25.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, at Philadelphia,
Scbr E P Cabcda, Swain, at New York, April 1.
liIST OF VjblSSKLS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS POh'x.
Ship R C Winthrop, Stewart, cleared.March 8
The Royal CbarU?. Anderson, sailed.March 8
The Chiton,-, up.March 16
Bark Helen Sands, uti?, sailed.March 18
Sehr Ellen. Carr, np.to sail.March 26
British sehr Lion, McLcllan, up.'.. ."March S
Brig Wm Robertson. Reed, up.March 1
Scbr Sarah A Bammoud, Wiley, cleared....March 30
FchrP M Bonney, Small, cleared.March 22
Sclir Stephen Monis, seaman, cleared.March 25
Sehr James A Crocker, Currier, up.March 30
8chr Martha Maria, Dean, cleared.March 27
Fcbr Ida Richardson, Bedell, up.March 29
Scbr E F Cahada, swain, cleared.April 1
Sehr (lol Cook, Bearse, cleared.March 18
Sehr Yankee Blade.-, up.March 16
Sehr N W Mnitb, Tooker, cleared.March 29
Sehr Jessie B Clark,-.up.Man h 17
Sehr Mary Stow, Rankin, up.March 31
Steamship Prometheus, ?ray, cleared.April 1
Sehr Watauga, Lawrence, up.March 01
Scbr Hannah Little, Godfrey, cleared.M ireh 20
MERCHANT8 ARE BTiSPECTFLTLLY INVITED
to give me a call and examine a well assorted
S1UCK, oonsisistiQg of:
COLLINS* GENUINE AXES, SHOVELS AND
GENUINE WHITIIMORE COTTON AND
WOO Li CARDS
JIM CHOWS, WIRE 8EIVE3, TRACE
HOES-Elwell, Brade's and Planters'
POWDER, SHOT, CARTRIDGES, LEAD
CUT AND WROUGHT NAILS, STIKES
FRY PANS, KETTLES, HORSE SHOES
WIRE CLO 1H, PLOUGH ROPE, HOOP IRON
BUILDERS' HARDWARE, 11NWARE, CAR?
And a targe variety o? FISHING TACLE, such
as NET YARN, Gilling Twine, Ro ls, Bamboo Canes,
Hair, >ilk, Linen and Chinese Grasa Lines.
Aleo, Agent fer DODGE'S PERFECT PLOUGH.
S. fi. MARSHALL'S,
No. 310 King-street, sign of the Big Gun.
March 17 wi mimo
grcflg, iL?jcmi?ls, <gtr.
UT EST NEW YORK NEWS.
Look Out ! ! Look Out ! !
Lo jk Out !J_JLook Out ! !
' Beautifies the Complexion."
"Gives a Rosy Glow to the cheeks."
"A Buby Ti 'ge lo the Lips."
..Removesall BlotchcsauU Frocklos.
"lhe Best in the World."
COS TAR'S "
Bitter-Sweet and Orange Bloaeoma.
43? Ore Hot tlc, $1-Three for $2.
loco Bott es sold in ono day in New York City.
93- all Druggiati iu CHARLESTON sell it.
"Cottar's" Kat, lt one h, Sic. Kx fermi's.
*'< o tarV lied Bug Kxterralnatorg.
'.lostarV (onlypuroj Insect Powder.
"Only Inf d?ble Remedies known."
.'18 rears estaoilshcd in New Yo-k."
...> 'O0 Boxes and I'lasks manufaciured doily."
H 11 Beware 111 of ?pu rion - Imitations."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON soU them "
Addr. a -
..Cus fAR." No. IO Crosby-st., K. Y.
Or JOHN F. HENRY(?uecossor to)
Li MAB KAHNES k Co., 21 Park Row, N. Y.
Sold in CUAULE>iON by
GOOOKICH, WINKMAN & CO.,
Marrh 23 SAO 1 yr
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale hy Druggists K very iv he? c.
.Tul?a? Md lit
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS THE ATTENTION
of both eily and country purchasers to his larne
stock ot D COS PATENT MEDICINES, PKRFDM
BUY, FAtfc.Y GOOD ?.Icc, Ac, aU of which be ?f?
ters at the lowest markot rates.
H. B A E R,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAR?
J UM Rh CEI VED AND FOR HALE
WHOLESALE AND REI A IL :
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR
TT. BAER, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREET.
(I !' F I C E No. 3 75 KING,
Jan cary 27 3oio
SOUTH ?A KOLI VA KAIL KOA ll.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON. S. C., February 13. Ib69. I
ON AND AFTER SUL'DAT, FEBRUARY 14TH,
tbe PAS H ENG F K TRAINS ol the South Caro
hui Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.8.10 P. M.
^ Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Mempbii
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery ant'
Leave Charleston.8.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.G.46 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Kail.
road, ann Camden train.
Leave Augusta.8.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.6.00 K V
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. M
Arrivo at Charleston.6.0e P. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESb
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M,
Arrive at Augusta.6.30 A. il.
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.#.H P. ll
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M,
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. yt.
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. si
Connecting (t-undays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.30 A. V.
SI M M ER VT LLD TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.00 P. yt.
Arrive at Summerville. 4.20 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. Al.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M
On Monday*, Wcdnetdayi and Saturday!.
Leave Ringville.4.20 P. M,
Arri? e at Camden.7.00 P. M.
Leave Camden.0.35 A. M,
Arrive at Ringville.9.20 A. M.
Signed) B. T. PEAKE,
FobruarrlS General Sunr-.rmtendent.
faints, ?tis, Ocle.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, ?nd
BELTING ^BELTING !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 8, I, and 6
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LA
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BE
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
* INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i TNCH TO 1? INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1*
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HF MP PACKING
RUBBER AiND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND H AND HOLE GASKETS 0
CAM l'. ii ON', BAIIKIJKY & CO.,
Nortbo'sl Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 _ Cmo
_ BAR IRON,
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLE ABLE CAST IRC
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CAB1EHON, BARKLEY & CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and C timberland streets
January 1 timo
OILS! OILS! OILS !
1000 GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (8TRAITS) OIL.
CAMKUON, BARK LB V & CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Cmo
STEAM GUAGES, GON?S, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND SIOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
WATER GUACES. GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY <Sf CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 _Cato
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING Ti'N
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 IX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXXX 11x20
BLOCK TIN, T?NSMA.VS SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, A-c, Ac.
IN STOKE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERON, BAltKLEY Ai CO.,
Northeast coruor Meeting and Cumberland streets.
2I3STO, IP .A. 13STT S,
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, &c, &c
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAM Ul J CON, BAHKb?? & CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland eiroets.
Al e O lt TH, lt S OK
TEAS, WINES. BRANDIES, &c"
UIIOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
< N. Y.
WM. 8. OOP.WJN k CO.
?ff-Goods delivered tc all parts of lie City.
frugs, Cljcmifols, (Ctr.
O V T Z ' S
Horse and Cattle Powders.
| long and favorably
known, will thor
broken a o wu and
and cleansing the
stomach and intes?
It is a f uro preven?
tive of all diseases
incident to this ani?
mal, such as LUNG* FEVER, GLANDERS, YEL
Founder, Loss of
Appetite and Vital
Its use ImprovrB
the Wind, inoras?
es the Appetite
gives a S m o o t h
and Glossy Skin
an t transforms thc <
miserable Skelci ons -"'"^?SSHE
Into a line looking iud spirited Horse. -
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION
It in croases the
quantity and im?
proves tho quality
of thc MILK. It
has been proven
by actnal expert.,
nient to increase
(he quantity of
Milk and Cream
?.and malte the But?
ter firm and sweet
Tn fattening cattle, it gives them an appetite, opens
their hides and makes thom thrive much faster.
TN ALL DISEASES OF 8WINE, SUCH AS COUGHS,
LIVER, Ac, this
ar ?ide ac ts as a spe?
cific. By putting f
from one-half to
a paper in a barrel
of swill tho ab ve
diseases will bo
eradicated or en?
tirely prevented. If given in time, a certain pre
'tivc and euro for the Bog Cholera.
DAVID E. POU TZ,
WHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin-street. Baltimore, Md.
FOB SALE BI
DO WIE ?Hi MOISE,
WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE
No. 161 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CH J RLESTON HOTEL,
March 31 ?a
Alum & Dry Plaste
Ara most desirable for quality,
finish and price.
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SA?ES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe mannfacturcrs)
" . . , (205 Broadway, New York.
Principal _ 72i Chestnut St., Phila. .
Warehouees (108Bank St" Cleveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
United States. &
FOR SALE HT
WM. M. BIRD k CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
C IS A It L KS TO X.
December 29 lyr
ROOMS AT IIIS RESIDENCE. NORTHWEST COR
NEB OF MEETING AND r-Oi'IETY STREETS.
November '20 fmw?moB
yy ILLIS ?Si CI1ISOL1U.
FACTOItS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANL
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON. RICE, LUMUKU ANO NAVAL STOIBS
ATLANTIC Wt! A BF. Charleston, S. C.
E.WILLIS.A. K. CHISOLM
F 11 " ll] 4 TO 350
horse power inc udinc the
cci'Mirate.) Corliss Out-oO
Engmes, ?II?!?- Valvo Hta
tio mr Engines Portable
Engliies, kc. *lso, elven*
.nr Mn'a- and Oang Saw
Mills, su.Mr Cine Mils,
?ha.(inp I ulloyc Ac., Lath
and "fhinge Mills. Wheat
and t.'oru Mills, Circular
?aws T5oli:nti, A-o. Pond
lor descriptive Circular and
WOOD fc MANN PTE 111 KSG1NE CO.,
February IR fimos Utica, Now S"ork.
Q J. SOULEPEUIlEL.li,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESC'tlPTION AN!
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PI ASTEh.
1NG LATHS,PAINTS.OILS. GLA->E-, SHINGLES
also GROOVE AND TONGUK BOARDS, tc, con
stau Hy on band at tho lo wost market prices,
Tl SULPHURIC KID li MRPHOOTTBiJOM?
OHARLESTO?T, S. O-,
HAVING COMPLETED THE IB EXTENSIVE MANUFACTOBY. ABE NOW PEEP ABED TO FURN1SI
No oilier kinds being available to Plantera for immediate returns]'for their
THIS COMPANY, UN DEB THE DIRECTION ENTIRELY OF SODTHEBN MEN OF SIGH CHARAC?
TER, offers inducements which will recommend it to Southern Planters. Their works are among
OJO largest and ruo ? t completo in the United States, a.id enable them to prep-ire at home aa abundant sup-"
ply of the proper solvent for tho South Carolina native Bono Phosphates which are near hy. From those
I Phosphates they propose to mann facture a
FE HT I LIZ BR
even richer in ROLUBT.'S PHOSPHATE t'. J.J those made from RAW BONES, and containing mow than
twice the quantity*)! Superphosphate ef Lime found in the best average manures heretofore offered for
sale, the rates at which we offer them berna no higher than the average price of other Fertilisers, while
the Manures contain twice a9 much fart lindon material; they are in fact much cheaper to the consumer.'
They are offered on the market in two forms, witb a guarantee that the material ic each will eorresponf
to the advertisement: .? "
Iliwan yo. 1-SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, con ta min 2 from eighteen to twenty-five per cent of PUBB
SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and furnished at sixty dollars per ton.
Etiwan AT.i. 2-PERUVIAN SUPERPHOSPHATE, containing from sixteen to twenty p?r cent of 80LT?
BLE PHOSPHATE, and turee to four per cent of AMMONI A, at seventy Dollars per ton, for approved ac?
ceptances bearing interest, or such other security as may be acceptable to the sub-agents, a discount of ten
per cent on the above Drices'will be made for cash.
Orders to he forwarded immediately to the Agents, and delivery made aa directed on and after 1st Jan?
uary next. * '?
.WM. C. BEE & CO., Agents.
'CG. M EM Ml NOE H. President.
The FertiliEerg of thia Company will be branded ETIWAN, l?o. 1-ETIWAN
No. a.- w
April 5- *^ 1
RHODES' SUPERPHOSPHATE I
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANURE. '":
ORCHILLA GUANO ! PERUVIAN GUANO !
EHODES' MANURE. IN ITS PREPARATION, IS MADE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOB FACING,
large crops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat Tobacco. Potatoes and other Boot Crops.
The Manufacturing Department Is conducted by Frederick Klott, one of the most atlllful Chemists and
Manufacturer? in tho United Staten.
It is endorsed, approved and recommended by all of the mo? t prominent Chemists and Agriculturists in
the Southern States. "It can be relied upon os uniform in quality," always reliable, productive of large
crops, and unexcelled by any tn the market in the high percentage of "True Fertilizing Principles."
Price $57 50 cash, or $65 time, with Factor's acceptance, and 7 per cent, interest until 1st December,
nit CHILLA GUANO-"AA." a fine Bird Gui?o, rich in Phosphates and Alkaline Salts. Price 133
caah. $40 time.
P? KU Vi AA GUANO-Warranted pure, and always on hand. Furnished at market prices for caah.
Analysis of Rhodes' Standard Snperpkosphate of Lime.
Moisture Expelled at 212?....5.05
Soluble Phosphoric Acid.,.9.00
Equal to Phosphate Lime .19.78
Common Phosphoric Acid.16.03
Equal to Bone Phosphate.34.99
Lime with Phosphoric Acid.29.68
Sulphate of Limo and other Salts not estimated...40.18
The above analysis indicates a Manorial Superphosphate of Lime of the uighvsfc erado ordi?
narily found in tue American market. Its lar?o amount of Soluble Phosphoric Acid supplies
an active nutriment for th J development and maturity of tho fruitage. Ilia Salphuno Acid
which it contains, by chemical affinity with tho olomonts of moat soils, contribute to its Fer?
tilizing Properties. To show its boat ellie ts, this Superphosphate should ba applied under
and in contact with tho 8eed, and with a moderately shallow covering of soil.
Inspector, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia.
G. H. WILLIAMS, Assistant Chemist.
February 13th, 1869.
Wo guarantee that every package of RHODES' 8TANDARD SUPERPHOSPHATE .shall -
rally come np to the above analysis.
B. M. RHODES & CO., -
No. 82 SOUTH-STREET, OALT?MOHE.
B. S. RHETT & SON,
AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. C.
UFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. 9 All Policies non-Forfeitable.*
Hali Loan Taken. No Notes Required..
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid.? 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. G A HAGAN, Secretary.
L. McADAM, Actuary.
G. A. F?DICKAB, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Drx, New York. E. V. HA?OJWOOT, Firm E. V. Haugh wont A
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm Harper ? Bros., Co.
ex-Mayor New York. WM. WILSTENS, Firm W. Wilkens & Co.
JOHN J. CRANE. Prosldont Bank Republic. JULIUS H. PRATT, Merchant.
WK. T. HOOKER. Walt-stroot. WM. W. WBIOHT, Merchant.
WM. M. VERMILYE, Banker (Verm fly? & Co.) CHAS. J. STABE, Merchant.
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
Company. GEO. W. CUSLEB, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Hon. GEORGE OPDYKE ex-Mayor of New York. GEO. T. HOPE, Piesidont Continental Fire In
MINOT C. MOKOAN. Banker. suranco Company.
THOMAS KIQNKX, Vine Thomas Rigney & Co. JOHN H. SHERWOOD, Park Place. ,
BENJ. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Steam WALTON H. * -?CKHAM, Comer 5fch Avenue and
Sugar Refilling Company. rwentv-tlura-3treet.
AARON ABNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable & Co. EDWARD H. WBIGH?, Newark, N. J.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowoo, Law- GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor.
yera. W. L. Cooswr.LL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEI??, General Agent for Sonth Carolina.
Dr. T. REENSTJEKNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
O?Bce No. ?95 King-Street, Charleston, B. C.
M. L. FILLEY'S
Celebrated Cooking stoves,
" PHILANTHROPIS!" AND " CIVILIAN,'
Manufactured nt Troy, N. Y" and lor sale by
D, I. FULLERTON,
THESE 8TOVE9 STAND UNRIVALLED FOR
capacity, durability, conveniencei and the gen?
eral pu'pnsc to Urbich roofcmj Stoves nre used. The
PHU ANlHROPlst lo extra heavy plated, and ha?
A*h Drawer; can be made iulo a nix boiler hole
?tovo ; bas ca*t iron Witcr Tanlr galvanized, or
enamel lined. A strictly tir?t-clans Sto^o. The
CIVILIAN is of a neat design, and bas a fine large
Oven. This Stove can be hid with the extension
oack, six boles, and ro jrrvoir when desired
For further information applv to
P. L. FULLERTON,
January 30 ?mos Augusta, Os,
LONDON AND PARIS EXPOSITIONS..
SEORGE A. CLARK'S
o. HST. T.
SIX COM), SOfcT FINISH
Thia favorite Thread being Sis Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, ia recommended for ita
great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 8n?