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BY ALICE CARY.
I saw in my dream a wonderfnl. ?ream.
And over (he stream was a bridge so slender,
And over the white there was scarlet light,
And over the scarlet a golden splendor.
And beyond thc bridge was a goodly ridge
Where bees made honey and corn was growing,
And donn that way through the gold and gray
A gay young mau in a boat was rowing.
I could sec from the shore that a rose he wore
StucK in his button-hole, rare as thc rarest,
And singing a song and rowing along,
1 guessed his face to be fair as the fairest.
And all by thc corn where the bees at morn
Made combs of honey-with breathing bated,
I saw by the st ream (it was only a dream)
A lovely lady that watched and waited.
There were fair green leaves in her silken sleeves,
And loose her locks in the winds were blowing.
And Bhc kissed to land with her milk-white hand
The gay young man in the boat a rowing.
And all so light in her apron white
She caught tue little red rose he cast her,
And, "Haste !" she cried, with her arms so wide.
..Haste, sweetheart, haste !" but the boat was
And the gray so cold ran over thc gold,
And. she sighed with only the winds to hear
He loves me still, and he rowed with a will
But pitiless Fate, nut he, was steerer !"
And there till the morn blushed over thc corn
And over the bees in their sweet combs bum?
Her locks with the dew drenched through and
She watched and waited lier false love's com?
But the maid to-day who reads my lay
May keep her young heart light as a feather
It was only a dream, the bridge and the stream,
And lady aud lover and all together.
[Hvurth and Home.
A HINT TO THE POWERS THAT HE.
?The Office We Want."
[From the Winnsboro' News.]
In advocating a rkw party in South Caro?
lina, which, in Federal affairs, will support, at
least passively, tho adminisl ration, and, in
State affairs, wiil run mixed black and white
tickets, and thus abandon thc "time-honored
principle" of being thorongldy whipped every
time, and with it, the heroism of "scorning
the pell of office," wc confess frankly to hav?
ing an eye to patriotic personal service of
"our beloved State." Wc are a candidate, but
not for thc office of commissioner of agricul?
ture. "The well-known hostility ot our plant?
ers to the purposes of his commission," as Mr.
Sparnick truthfully puts it, deters us from de?
siring lt. "The purposes of his commission"
any one can discover, by a little observation,
were to put $2500 into Mr. Sparnick's pocket,
and Mr. Sparnick has certainly discharged the
duties of his commission, In the face of the
"aforesaid hostility of our planters," with re?
markable lorlitude, and. we acknowledge,
with considerable zeaL The duties of the cod?
ifying commission are much too arduous to
attract us. To be paid $4500 each, for direct?
ing a clerk, with a salary ot $2000, to trans?
cribe the code nf tb 9 State of New York, but
to substitute the words South Carolina
wherever the words Neto York might happen
to occur in thc original, requires the varied
learning of a Montgomery, the legal acumen
of that political severally, D. T. Corbin, and
the aspl.lng genius of W. J. Whipper, our nom?
inee against Bowen for Congress. The fish
commission may go to somebody else too,
though we feel certain of its success; for,
though "the well-known hostility of our plan?
ters" black to crabs and catfish, and or our
planters white to shad and oysters, may pre?
vent the increase of those varieties offish, we
are sure that one good-sized land shark will bc
led and fattened by the commission, and two
or three small ones. Nor can wc consent to
serve on a Crews election investigation com?
mittee. Not that wc object, politically, to ly?
ing, or to making money bv lying. To avow so
insane a proposition, wonk! ruin our chances
with our own. and every other political party.
But we do object being paid tor compulsory
perjury, even as much as thirteen thousand
dollars. We advocate a free press, free
speech, free trade, free schools, a free ballot
and free lying, 60 that wc cannot serve on any
such Crews committee. Political lying may
be very wrong-that is a great moral
question, far above us, which we leave to
the clergy-but we insist that a man should
be left free to lie or not, as bc jileases, and
that compulsory perjury is quite a different
toing. What office, then, do we want? Is it ,
that of mule-commissioner ? No. We advo?
cate, as against thu "Hon. George Washington
Barber," who has grossly neglected the inter?
ests of this constituency, the establishment of
a mule-commission, but we nomiuato "Prince
Rivers" for the office. We know Prince. He
is an "xcellent judge of a horse; and will not
palm '.ff upon the freedmen an unsound ani?
mal. Ile was our uncle's coachman in Beau?
fort, and many a ride have we taken, when a
a small boy, In front of his saddle. If Prince
will vote for us. we will nominate and vote lor
him. What office Is it, then ? Well, lt is one
that nene of the politicians are now thinking
of, and is due to us for our public services.
It involves much unselfish1 and disinterest?
ed labor, for it necessitates expatriation
from otu- home and from the State. The office
wc want, and which wc now speak for, is
=what ? is- the office of Financial Agent for thc
State of South Carolina in the City of New
York. The main reason wc desire lt is, that 1
we are the only mao we arc willing to trust
with $2,700,000 of Stale bonds, wiiuoutany
security whatever. Those who have not
thought of this office, and who cannot now
come in between ns and our choice, may sus?
pect another motive, and may curiously in?
quire-what ? do you intend lo charge no com?
missions ? To such we reply, lt is a religious
principle with us, tjiat the "laborer is worthy.
of his hire," and therefore, and not because we
are particularly attached to filthy lucre, we \
certainly will charge, but only the ordinary
broker's* commission of five per cent, upon
money handled, that ls but $135,000.
A WONDERFUL AGE.
Prom Liverpool to San Francisco in
Under the above heading the Pottsville (Pa.)
Miners' Journal notices thc model ot a new
railroad and machinery by which it is claimed
that a trip eau bo made from Liverpool via
New York to San Francisco In six days-count?
ing thc time from New York to San Francisco
in two-aod-a-'-ialf days ! We aro prepared In
this age of progress for almost any improve?
ment or invention, and aro consequently not
surprised at thc credulity of the Journal, which
We wore shown yesterday the model ot a
new railroad and machinery invented by lt. A.
Wilder, Esq., for which he has made applica?
tion for a patent, by which thc trip can be
? made from New York to San Fraticisco in
sixty boors, including moderate stoppages at
the principal points, with much more safety
than on Hie present road. There will be four
rails laid down instead of two for a single
track, and will bc laid In 6?ich a manner that
the road can bc turd m various ways. We are
not nt liberty at prcscut to give the full par?
ticulars, but this much we eau say, that tho
passengers and freight cars can be built seven?
teen feet wide; that they can bc run at Hie
rate of sLxty^niles au hour, willi double, if not
treble, Me safety, over-running thc present
cars at forty miles an hour. THut. a double en
glue of sixty tous will uike one thousand pas?
sengers in a single train, with less wear und
tear to tho roadway than ls now caused by
a thr^y-tlve tou eugine. Tho expenses
of building such a roa I will be about $8000 a
mile more than building ono of the present
slng.v track roads, which, for 3000 miles, from
New York io Bin Fraucisco, would be na
extra expense of only $2i,000,000. A single
assengcr, mt-rcl:a:idisc or baggage car, c?pa?
le of carrying doable the number ot passen?
gers and doubl?? the quantity of merchaudis?,
will weigh at least five tout* less than any two
of tho cars now in use. The capacity of the
roath single track, will bo nearly, if not quite,
three times as great as that of thc present sin?
gle lines. There will be :io o-cllluting move?
ment lu tho ears when nmniug at a high rate
of speed, and it ls almost iminisslble for a car
to be oven urned In case of an accident. (Ju
Hitch a road, with passenger cars seventeen
feet wide, they can be lilted up with state?
rooms, 4c, and with nearly all the comforts
that can be obtained in a first-class hotel.
Should th?- project also be cat ried out of ex?
tending a nu i roa. i from New York to the most
remote point in New Fouudland, and establish
a line ol steamers to eros thu ocean in titree
days from that point -which can be done, as
the distance is only 1200 mlli?8-thc distance
from Liverpool to New York can be made in
six days; and, add two and a half more days
to San iTuncisco, the whole route can be trav?
elled in about niue days, a distance of upwurds i
Of (KWO miles. Is not tim* a wonderful age ? i
COMMER CIA L XE WS.
Tike Charleston Cottojn, Rice anti Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON SEWS. )
MONDAY EVENING, January 18. 18*0. j
COTTON.-There was a steady and rather good
inquiry lor this staple, prices showing much firm?
ness throughout the day. Sales anon: 550 bales,
viz: 1 at 22V': 19 at 22"?: li at 22V; 116 at 23: 35
at S3JK; 23 at 23>?; 66 at 28?i; 2n at aji; 36 at 24;
co at 24.V; 5 at 24.'*; 79 at S4"?: 2 at 24??; - extra
staple at 23c. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.22??@23fh
RICE.-This grain was in good demand, and
prices stiffened full .vc ~? lb, the rates for thc bet?
ter qualities being very firm. Sales about SOO tes
of clean Carolina, say 8 tea at ce; 15 at 6.V; 35 at
BK; 40 at GK; 42 at 6 9-16; 50 at c^' cts 9 lb. We
quote common to fair clean Carolina atc-@fl,v;
good 6,x,'@6 9-16; common prime 0*?c ? lb.
NAVAL STORES.-The market for these articles
was dull and business generally quiet, with a re?
ported sale of about 250 bbl? spirits turpentine on
FREIGHTS-Are somewhat dull. To Liverpool,
by steam, engagements arc waking ai "fd ?
tb on uplands and l.'4d on sea islands; by
sail, 5-16@Vd 9 lb on uplands, and fe'a&d r ft
on sea islands. To Havre, by steam, nomi?
nal; by sail, nominal at Vc on uplands
and l?ic on sea islands. Coastwise to
New York, by steam, Vc TR ft on nplands
and lc on sea islands; by sai!, ,V'c T? ft on up?
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sail, )?
@Vc # tb on nplands. To Philadelphia, by steam,
?ic lb'on uplands; by sail, somewhat nom?
inal. To Baltimore, hy steam. ,;,5 ;?c 9 tb on
uplands; by sad somewhat nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 days bills i:,os,al30>?.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banks purchase
sight checks at V@V off and sell at rar; outside,
they purchase at V<3y: off, and K-D at .Y <?.'..;' off.
Money tight at IV per cent, per mouth.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, January 17 - Noon. - Consols 92?,'.
LIVERPOOL, January IT-Neon.-Colton limy,
ant; nplands llVd; Orleans ll&d; sales 15,000
Evening.-Cotton Grtnor but no: higher; np.
lands ll&d: Orleans HVd: rules 15,006 ba"cs; foi
speculation and export oooo bales.
HAVRE, January 17.-Cotton open* irrr. at
if 37 Vc, both on the spot and afloai.
NEW YORK, January 17.-Noon.-Stock? unset
tied. Money easy at 6a7 percent. Stcrliug. :onj
8J?; short 9??. Gold 21 %. Sixty-twos, courons
15,V; Tennessee, ex-coupons, r-n?; new47;V;r
glnla, ex-coupons, 53.V; new co; Louisiana, old
TO; new 66; Levee sixes 64??? eights SO; Alabama
eights 93; fives 63; Georgia sixes SO; eights TO:
North Carolina, old41: new 24V; South Carolina
sevens, old 78V; new 75V. Cort?n steady at
25.VC. Turpentine 4.>. Rosin drooping at $2
67J? for common and ?2 10 for good strained.
Evening.-Money cas-ier on mixed collaterals
at six per cent.; ou governments at live; the sup?
ply largely exceeds thc wants; money still How.
ing this way. Sterling heavy at8}?a?J?. Gold
21V- Governments active and stronger ; '"::'s
15V; Southern securities gencra:?y ?rmer. Cot?
ton opened steady, but closed weak; sales 3SO0
bales at 26J?C Flours to Mc better on low grade-'.
Wheat less active at noon's advance, shippers
holding off. Corn dccliulDg, new mixed Western
S0a90c. Fork firmer; new $28a2i 2:. Lard heavy
at nal7.Vc. Whiskey a shade firmer at $1. Gr*
cerles dull. Turpentine ?V'al?c Rosin ii leas.
Freights firmer; on cotton, by vtearr:, X"
BALTIMORE, January 17.-Cotton firmer at 25a
25Vc; offerings light. Floor dull ami woa Quo?
tations unchanged. Wheat steady;* prime to
choice red $1 35al 4>. Corn receipts small; white
9Sa$l; yellow PDaji. Provisions firmer ?nd lu
good demand; prices unchanged. Pork $20 ?(a
3G 50. Shoulders 135,'aUc Lard IT ??alSe, Whjs
CINCINNATI, January 17.-Corn dui: an., JI. Urge
supply at 75a76c. Whiskey firm at. 93c. Port
held at $26 75; no sales. Bacon quiet; held firm?
ly. Shoulders 13c; sides lo.1; --- Lani inactive; no
ST. LOUIS, January 17.-Corn advancing; TOa'Sc
fo r yellow, and S2aS7c for white. Whiskey du;! a<
99c Pork firmer at *J7aC7 50. Bacon quiet;
shoulders 13 Vc; clear side* ifi:..c. Lard nomi?
LOUISVILLE, January 17.-Cora unchanged. | j
Provisions quiet. Pork Shoulder* lOXc;
clear sides ?c.vc Lard 17:-.<-. Whiskey dall at
AUGUSTA, Jannary 17.-Cotton firm, offerings
light. Sales 47S bales; receipts 732. Middlings
SAVANNAH, January 17.-Cotton receipts '4095
bales; exports 675 bales: sales 350 ea: -.-; middling
21 ve; market quiet.
Receipts by Railroad, January 1?.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
87i bales cotton, 51 bales domestics, 99 nt.iri
flour, 79 bbls naval stores. 2 cars stock. To Rail?
road Agent, J R Pringle A Son, J Hanckel, Frost
A Adger, W ItWilliams A co, Graeser A Smith, u
Il Walter A co. Caldwell A Son. Mowry A Son,
Reeder A Davis. Dowling A co, L D DoSaussnro,
Kirkpatrick A Witte, G W Williams A co, Watson
A Hill, W K Ryan. E J Wiss A co, J B K Sloan, and
Claghorn, Herring A co.
NORTH EASTERN RAILROAD.
104 bales upland and 4 bags sea island cotton, oo
bushels rice, lumber, mdse, Ar. To G W williams
k co. Johnston, Crews A co. Reeder A Davis, s
L?tz, Klrkpatilek A Witto, Mowry A Sou. J Be!:,
Craescr A Smith, G n Hoppoe?. Frost A Adger,
Mrs W II Brooks, Ostendortf A cn, Gaillard A Mi?
nuit, T G Snowden, llownrd A Bro. W 1* Dowling
A co, Ravoucl A co. Trenholm A Son, Caldwell A
Son, Brodie A co. Kendall A Doek<-v. ciacl .->rn,
Herring A co, Pelzer. Rodgers A A J Sali v-,
G H Walter A co, J E Adirer A co. J E Puli?se, 1!
Doscher. Ingraham A Son, J Wigiali, W T San?
ders, E Welling, auri J C Mallonec.
Murray, Ferris & Co.'? N'a va 1 Store* Clr
NEW YORK, Januar.i l.'..-Srinrra Tu-RrBunsK.
Thc course of thc mai kel the past week was cor?
rectly foreshadowed in our last, prices, ai ter ad?
vancing to 4Ca-l?Vc for iiieichautab.e, Buddemy
cave way nader more liberal arrivals, and closes
weak at 45c Tor merchantable. Tim sales are 750
bbls at 45a46, In yard; 4o)f ex dock, and 45Xa47
tor New York bois. Receipts 119o bbls; exports
ROSIN.-Thc business in strained has been lan?
guid, though at belter prices iu Hie early part ol
Hie week; but at thc close there ls no disposition
to operate, and good st ruined can be had at $2 lu,
a decline ot 10c from the highest point reached.
The sales aresooo tibis; common to good strained
at $2Va2 20; 1800 bids No 2 at $2 20.<2 60, and 4000
bbls No 1 and pale at $J 7,>a4 20. There ls a con?
tinued good demand lor No l for Germany, while
the stock of pale ls so reduced that prices are very
firm. Demand for thc latter, however, ls confin?
ed to the soap trade. Receipts 8S57 t'bls; exports
TAR-Continues extremely dull, and prices are
quite nominal; Wilmington at f'?6002 TO; 25 gals
$2Jia2 50. Receipts 720 bbls; exports coo bbls.
Per steamer Dictator, irom Foletta via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah-J T White
and wife, Air Shipman, Mr Turnbull, H <! Dennett
and wire, Miss Bullington J F Walker, J Monroe,
I* G Cannon, Mr lluKblntion, J M Ai?ton, N Ross,
MrScliay, E Haugh. Ur carter. Mr wiitin, C C
Co e, Mr Willard, T J Lincoln, N A Moven, MIHS
Tatterson, A T White. Miss Walker.and soon
I' O H T C A L E JV I? A R
MOON'S en ASK*.
New Moon, 1st. 6 hours, 53 minnie*, evening.
First uunrtor, ?th. 3 hours, 42 minute*, ?venins.
Full Moon. Kin, 9 hours, 2fi inmate*, morning.
Last yum ter. S4th, 6 hours. 3 minutes, monillig.
New Moon. 3ist, lu hourn. 21 minutes, iiioriiiug.
MARINE y lilt's.
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 18.
ARgjVKl) vt:.-. I ER DAV.
Sehr Aunie lid?ese, Mitclicil, Bal iinorc-7 d?yf?.
Dorn and mdse. To ll F B^kir & co, T J E .1T A
zo, Railcoad Agent, and otliers.
Sehr Hud & Frank, Pendleton, Norfolk, Va
6 days. Corn. To J A Enslow A ?o.
Steamer Dictator, McMillan, Polatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 150 bales
sea island cotton, 14 bales upland colton, and
mdse. To J D Aiken & co, W M Lawton, G II In
graham A Son, Reeder & Davis, Fraser A DiU, J
II Steinraeyer, Paul, Welch A Brtmdcs, Plnckney
Bros, Dibble, Worth A co, ll Bischoff A co, J F
O'Neill, E Butler, Kirkpatrick A Witte, and others.
Steamship Manhattan. Woodhull, New York.
FROM TRIS PORT.
Steamship Falcon, Ilorsev, Baltimore, Janu?
Sehr Edna narwood, Harwood, Havana via
Beaufort, N C, January 2.
HP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr J E Daily, Wall, at Baltimore, January 14.
Sehr S II Sharp, Webb, at Baltimore, Janu?
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, at Boston, Janua
CLEARED FOR THIS FORT.
Sehr Anna E Glover, Ryder, at Boston, Jan?
SAVANNAH, January 17.-Arrived, sch rs Union
r>ag, Providence; Lucy Ames, Baltimore; Josiah,
Baltimore. Cleared, steamship Alhambra, Bos?
ton; brig Penniman and 6Chr Lucy M Collins,
The sehr Mary Limeburner, Lamil, from Rock
port, Me, for Charleston, sailed from Newport, R
I, January 13.
LIST OF VESSELS
Ur, CI.BAKED AND SAILEC TOR THIS TORT.
Hark A B Wjman, Wyman, np.Dec 16
The Charlotte Maude, McNaughton, sailed..Dec 24
The Island Queen, Brooks, sailed.Dec 17
Prig Josie A Devcreaux, Clark, sailed.Dec 23
Sehr Kate E Rich. Doughty, cleared.Dec 31
sehr ll N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Jan 14
!>chr A E Glover, Ryder, cleared.Jau 14
Steamship Magnolia, Crowcll. cleared.Jan 13
Sehr Henry Whitney, Perkins, up.Dec 13
Sehr Win Flint, Post, cleared.Jan 6
Sehr Ma Richardson, Bedell, cleared.Jan 6
Sehr Marian Gage, Shepherd, sailed.Jan 8
Sehr John Stockton, Trice, cleared.Jan 6
Sehr M F Staples, Coftln, cleared.Jan 8
Sehr Hyne, Glover, np.Jan 7
r'chr Mary A Heit, Holt, up.Jan lo
Sehr Vraie. Mason, cleared.Jan ll
Sehr Oneida, --, up.Jan ll
Sehr Leila, Foss, up...Jan 18
ieur Florence N Tower, Perry, np.Jun 1*
Sehr Alexander Young, Young, cleared... Dec 20
Sehr E Slnnlckscn, Wlnsmore, cleared.Jan ll
Brig Lizzie A Watson, Watson, cleared.Jan 8
Crig muck Swan, up.Jan 4
Sehr Scud, Morgan, cleared.Jan 8
sehr A Devereaux, -, up.Jan 8
Sehr Louisa Crockett, Pillsbury, up.Jan ll
Sehr J B Daily, Wall, up.Jan 14
*chr S ll Sharp. Webb, up.Jan 14
khr Eureka, Mayo, sailed.Jan ll
-ctn Hattie Marion. Dexter, cleared.Jan 12
SchrUeaj Reed. Gregory, cleared.Jan 12
Gl)irts ono -fnmisljing ?oo?s.
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Circulars sent. julvS l.vr
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Is the best Anodyne over known to the profes.
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?pOR NEW YORK. -THURSDAY.
THE Al SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
S. AdklnB, Commander, will sail for .ddpSgft.
Kew York on THURSDAY. January 20th, ^3&Jaoa?
at 3 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills Lading will be issued for Cotton
to LIVERPOOL; HAVRE, Boston and the New
England Manufacturing Cities.
Insurance by thc Steamers of this line >i per
For Freight engagements, apply to WAGNER,
HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street, or to COUR?
TENAY A TRENHOLM, Union Wharves.
janis 3 ."
jp O R LIVE RPOOL.
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
The Fine Iron Screw Steamship^-f^cat
"ADALIA," Sanderson, Masler, wm^ZUBSffi
take whatever Freight offers and sail positively on
SATURDAY next, 22d instant.
Thc fine new Steamship "ARRAGON" will fol?
low on SATURDAY, 29th Instant.
For Freight engagements, apply to
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
jp A S T FREIGUT LINE
TO BALTIMORE, TUILADELPHIA. BOSTON AND
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Steamship "SEA GULL," Dutton,
Commander, will sail for Baltimore on ^rAwlnlB
WEDNESDAY, 19th January, 1870, at hall-past 7
o'clock A. M.
^"Insurance by the Steamers of this line X
per ceut. to Baltimore and Philadelphia. To Bos?
ton K. Philadelphia Freights forwarded to thal
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional expense lor insurance.
For Freight engagements or Passage, applv to
COURTENAY A TRKNlIOLM,
Janis 3_Union Wharves.
JflOR NEW YORK.
The superior Sidc-whccl Steamship<?d?i&k\.
MAGNOLIA, Captain M. B. Crowd] ^KIHM?
having elegant accommodations for passengers,
will leave Vanderhorst's Wharf, on THURSDAY,
January 20,1870, at - o'clock P. M.
RAVENEL A CO.,
JpACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
Ci L.IF0RNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above Une leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal -' 'T* SMBB
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of thc 5th and
2ist of every month (except when these dates fall
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.) *
Departure of thc 21st connect ai Panama
with steamers for South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those of 6th touch at Manzanillo.
steamship AMERICA leaves San Francisco for
Japan and China February 1,1870.
Ko California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Aspiuwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance tree.
For Passage Tickets or farther information ap
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, OH the
wharf, foot of Canal-street, North River, New
York. F. IL BABY, Agent.
rjRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay In their^-P?G*
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, cor-2^agA?
dials, Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segars.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Ilascl,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 000 Broadway, corner 20th street.
New York._scpt28 Qmos
?pOK EDISTO, ROCKVILLE, AND
Thc Steamer ST. HELENA, Capt. _ ^HT^S
H. D. Elliott, will leave as nhnvpi mSSSBSm
TO-MORROW MORNING, 19th Instant, nt io'eioek,
from South Commercial Wharf, and Edlsto same
day nt 3 'clock P. M.
Freight received THIS DAY until sunset.
JNO. H. MURRAY, Agent, Market WharL
Thc steamer will leave again TUESDAY NIOUT,
January 26th, at 12 o'clock, and Edlsto WEDNES?
DAY MORNING, 26th, at io o'clock. Janis 1*
JpOR PAL AT KA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain _ ?.ffT*??.
George E. McMillan, Bails every?g?auES3m
TUESDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT," Captain Fenn Peck,
sails everv FRIDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock. Con?
necting with Steamer STARLIGHT for Enterprise.
Through Tickets and through BUls of Lading
for Freight given.
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
Jams_South Atlantlo Wharf.
?pOR BRUNSWICK AND FERNANDINA,
VIA BEAUFORT, SHAVANNAH, AND
POINTS ON THE GEORGIA COAST.
Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain O. - . ^.rp??^
Cairoll White, will Ball every SUN-?3S3???-3?
DAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, for above place?.
The PILOT BOY will make an ex tnt trip to Beau?
fort and Chisolm'ri Landing every FRIDAY, leav?
ing herc at 8 o'clock A. M.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
Janl3 South Atlantic Wharf.
JpiOR GEORGETOWN, S. C
WAVERLY, BROOK GREEN, AND KEITnFIELD
MILLS, TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND.
SCHEDULE FOR MONTO OP JANUARY.
TheStearaerEMILlE.CaptalnP.C. r _Tfr'eg's
Lewis, will ran as follows, leaving ?sax. ?j?F?3Z
Charleston every MONDAY nnd THURSDAY JUOHM
INO and Georgetown every WEDNESDAY and SAT?
URDAY MORNING, at 6 o'clock:
WKHNESDAY, January 10.
SATURDAY. January 22.
SATURDAY, January 29.
MONDAY, January 17.
THURSDAY, January 20.
MONDAY, January 21.
THURSDAY, January 27.
MONDAY, January 31.
Freight and Wharfage must he prepaid.
No Freight will be received after Bunsct.
Steamer leaves Charleston from Commercial
Freight will be received on thc days previous to
For engagement?. appLy to
SHACK ELFORD 4 KELLY, Agents,
Ja?l? Boyce's Wharf.
rjl F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE NO. 275 KING STREET,
Q J. SCHLEPEGRELL,
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CHARLESTON, S. C.
THEODORE STONNV. HENRY D. LOWNDES.
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFAC?
No. 345 KINO STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
Old Frames Regllt equal to new. Looking
glasses of all sizes fitted to Praraes.
Just received, an assortment of Une Chromos
and Engravigna. dcc8 wfm3mos
An Al SCHOONER, 300 tons or 2750 bar-^'
reis capacity, ready Xor business. - S3
Apply to WTLIilS A CHISOL*
jan18 1 . ' ? : _
A vessel to load for Roston; will have^k?
quick dispatch. Applv to 3H
janl8 1 MOSES GOLDSMITH A SONST
The Al Norwegian Brig APOLLO, Rcinert,
Master, will have quick dispatch for thc
For Freight apply to R. T. WALKER.
Thc Fine First Class British Bark LA-^??
KEMBA, having a portion of her cargo cn-S5???
gaged, will load with dispatch for thc above port.
For Freight engagements apply to
JpOR NEW YORK-MERCHANTS' LLNE.
nie regular packet Schooner LILLY, ?1
li UGH JW. Master, having a portion cargo cn-fgffi
gaged, will load promptlv for above port.
Janl7_WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
jp OR L I V E R P O O L .
Thc New Al American Bark ANNIE TOR?
REY, Lebby, Master, will load for thc above
port. For engagements apply to
janis 3 WILLIAM ROACH & CO,
The staunch Bril ?Bli Brig LADY TERIE,
Captuin Aimar, of 300 tons, w now receiving J_
cargo, a large portion of which is engaged und
going on board. Insurance upon Cotton by this
vessel can be effected at the elieapest rate's charg?
ed Al Ht'dps.
For Freight engagements, applv to
W. P. HALL,
Janl2 10_Brown A Co.'a Wharf.
TO SAIL ON OR ABOUT TUE 20TH INSTANT.
Thc first class American Bark WETTER- Ak
HORN, LaRdcrken. Master, of small capa-SSsL
city, ls rapidly loading for the above port.
For balance of freight room apply to
jan7 STREET BROTHERS A CO.
The British Ship MUSCONGUS, Groves,
Master, having a large portion of her cargo
engaged and on board, will have dispon*.
For freight for 400 bales of cotton, apply to
: RAVENEL Jc CO..
Corner East Bay and Yauderhorst's Wharf.
The favorite American ship "R. C. WIN-J3
THROP," J. H. Stewart, Master, ls nowSS
ready for cargo.
For engagements of'Freight apply to
PATTERSON A STOCK,
South Atlantic Wharf,
jan3 Corner Exchange street
J O R LIVERPOOL.
The Al British Bark ATLANTIC, Captain At
Vernam, having a large portion or her car-SSSaL
go engaged and on board, wants soo bales of Cot?
ton to complete the same.
For Freight engagements, apply to
ROBERT MURE k CO.,
dcc28 noyce's Wharf.
Thc British Ship GORILLA, Captnln Soy,
having a large portion of her Cargo cn-1
gaged and going on board, for Freight engage?
ment? apply to ROBERT MURTA CO.,
dcc23 Boyce's Wharf.
EXCURSIONS TO ALL POINTS OF
INTEREST AROUND TUE HARBOR.
Thc fast sailing and comfortnbly ap- JJt
pointed Yacht ELEANOR will now resume533?
her trips to all pain!? in tho harbor, storting
EVERY HORNING, at io o'clock, and every AFTER?
NOON, at 3 o'clock, from Som li Commercial
For Pnssagc or Charter, apply next door south
or the Mills House. novs 3mns
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