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Lost and Found.
BY ALICK CARY.
A reof so tight ami a heart so bright
In the time or the rain and frost;
And a nice soft bed for his weary head
Ah ! these arc what he has lost !
Neighbors and friends to make him amends
when his sky with clouds was crossed.
And the honor and trust of the good and just
Ah : these arc what he has lost !
A wife whose love shone rabies above
When his heart was torn and tossed,
?nu children whose ways reflected his praise
Ah : these are what he has lost !
A purse without gold, a heart that is cold,
And a heart that aches like a wound:
The sigus of disgrace in his eyes ami face
Ah ! these are what he has found !
A mind that is wrecked by his own neglect,
And a will evil habit hos bound;
A tongue slow to sneak, and a hand that isweaK
Ah ! these are what he has found !
Some ragged clothes, and a great red nose,
And the right to be called a sot;
A big. brown jug and a pewter pint mug
Ah": these are all he has got !
HATTERS IX GEORGIA.
Iron for the entire line of the Brunswick and
Albany Railroad bas been purchased.
The Macon Telegraph announces the pres?
ence of a stuffed whale in the city.
The Savannah Advertiser announces Hie
death of Joseph Fernandez, aged ninety-one.
Mr. August Tritschler, one of the most es?
teemed German citizens of Savannah, was
drowned near Palatka, Florida, on the 2d in?
Four negro women at Quitman: Georgia,
took a colored sister out to a swamp and clias^
tised her with many stripes for turning Radical
-in other words, for stealing.
The stockholders of the Georgia Railroad, at
their annual meeting in May, will vote upon
the proposition of leasing thc Augusta and
Port Royal Railroad, when the latter ls finished.
By a' vote ot 12 to u. the Augusta lawyers
decided Wednesday to ask the presiding judge
of that circuit to adjourn court until the first
Monday in March, on account of the unsettled
condition of public affairs.
The Cartersville and Van Wert Railroad is
progressing. Work is being done six or eight
miles from Cartersville. When completed, it
will open up, perhaps, the largest slate mines
in the world, which will supply roofing ut a
comparative low -wsr.
The Americus Courier says that the indica?
tions are the guano trade will be heavier in
that section this year than last, notwithstand?
ing the fact that labor is scarcer than any
former year since freedom. Thc planters all
seem to be making extensive preparations.
The Columbus Sun says: "The sale of fertili?
zers is now much larger than at the same time
last year. One day, over 100 tons were sold.
The business is daily increasing. About 2500
tons were sold last season, and this year's sales
will largely exceed that amount.
. LIVERPOOL-Per ship Bombay-Its bags sea
island cotton, 2610 bales upland cotton, 21 j sacks
cotton seed_Per bark Wetterhorn-172 bags sea
island cotton, 2180 bales upland cotton, 314 bbls
rosin, 208 sacks cotton seed, 2 tierces beeswax.
BARCELONA-Per Spanish bark Pepina -533
bales upland cotton. 269 bbls rosin.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-256 tes
rice, 55 bags sea Island cotton, \<M hales upland
cotton, 45 bales yarn, 48 bbls oil, S6 empty barrels,
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-292 tierces
rice, 382 bales upland cotton, 15 bales rags, 19
rolls leather, and sundries.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
SATURDAY EVENING, February 12, 1870. j
COTTON.-The market for this article showed no
marked alteration, there being a continued in?
quiry in a moderate way, prices on the whole ex?
hibiting rather less strength, but continued to bc
supported by the light supply on sale. Sales
about 400 bales, say: 2 at 22:26 at 22^; 31 at 22.^;
34 at 22=Si; 14 at ft: 29 at 23;?'; 21 at 23),'; 19 at
83Ji; 5 at 33ft; 50 at 24] 19 at24>i; 25 on private
v?rins. We quoter
Ordinary to good ordinary.22 ?23.V?
RICE.-There was rather a fair demand for this
article, prices showing steadiness. Sales about
&08 tierces of clean Carolina; say 30 tierces at 5>?c;
43 at c,s'c ; 135 at 6*?c lb. We quote common to
fair clean Carolina at 5>i@6; good 6tf@0.,li; com?
mon prime 6??c $ lb.
NAVAL STOR?3.-8 bbls extra pale rosin, first of
the new crop, sold at $8 50 $ bbl.
FREIGHTS-Are somewhat dull. To Llverpoo ,
hy steam, engagements are making at -z i V
lb cn uplands and i>4'd en sea islands; by
sall, 5-16??,'d 9 lb on uplands, and >ia?id \i lb
on sea Islands. To Havre, by steam, nomi?
nal; by sail, nommai at Xe on upland*
and i\'c on sea Islands. Coastwise to
New York, by steam, Kc $ lb on uplands
and ?*c on sea Islands; by sail, ?ic ^ lb ou up?
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by saU, %
@ Xe $ lb on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Kc V ft on uplands; by sall, somewhat nom?
mai. To Baltimore, by steam, %@xc ? ft on
uplands; by sail somewhat nominal.
"EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 ilays bills 29??@29>.?.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Tue banks purchase
sight checks at jj off, and soU at par.
-outside, they r "rchase at *i off, and seU at
Markets hy Telegraph.
ROU El ON MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, Fibruary 12.-Noon.-Cotton opens
steady; sales 12,000bales.
LIVERPOOL, February IL -Evening.-Cotton
closed steady: quotations unchanged; sales 10,000:
speculation and export 2000.
NEW YORK, February 12.-Noon.-Stocks firm.
Money easy at 5a0. Exchanges-long, 8J?; short,
9}?. Gold 21>i. Bonds U??; Tennessee ex
coupon, 56??"; new 51; Virginia ex coupon 62;
new 64; Loulsana 6's, old, 74??; Levee O's 74;
Alabama S's 94; 5's 62; Georgia O's SO; 7's 92:
North Carolina, old, 45.\?; new 25.','. Flour quiet
and firm. Wheat shade limier and quiet. Corn
steady. Pork lower; mess $20 f>o. Lard dull at
tt&al&X. Cotton dull at 25.li Turpentine
drooping at 48. Rosiu quiet at $2 22a2 22.'?.
Evening.-Money, supply largely exceeds de?
mand at 4a5. Bank statement unfavorable,
showing net loss or over $2,250,000 legal tender
reserve. Sterling 8,5?a9. Cotton bills scarce,
showing that a large portion of such exchange
goes from Southern ports. Gold closed dull at
19Ji- Governments active. New Tennessecs ac?
tive and advanced to 54J?. Transactions reached
nearly $1,250,000. Other Southerns unchanged.
Cotton a shade easier; sales 1200 bales at 25<,c.
Net receipts or the week at all the United States
ports 05,130 bales. Exports or the week to Great
Britain 52,930 bales. Exports or thc week rrom all
the United States ports to thc continent 11,188
bales. Stock on hand and on shipboard not yet
cleared at all the United States ports 518,067
bales. Flour a shade firmer and quiet. Wheat lc
better, bat not active. Corn unchanged. Whis?
key lower at97u9S. Pork lower; new $20 50. Lard
easier; kettle 16'ial7c. Naval stores and groce?
ries quiet. Freights dull.
CINCINNATI, February 12.-Provisions neglected:
holders remain firm.
ST. LOUIS, February 12.-Corn hc.ivy. Whis?
key firm at 94c. Pork $27 coa27 75. Bacon active.
LOUISVILLE, February 12.-corn P3a94c. Mess
pork $27 50. Bacon-shoulders 12.'Jc; clear sides
15>?e. Whiskey 93n94c.
WILMINGTON, February 12.-Spirits turpentine
steady at 44c. Rosin steady; lor strained $l 00.
Crude turpentine unchanged. Tar unchanged.
Cottou quiet at 23,'Jc.
AUGUSTA, February 12.-Cotton opened with a
good demand at 23*< cents ror middling, but in
response to decline in New York closed nominal
at the same Uguie. Sales, 45S bales. Rcceitps,
SAVANNAH, February 12.- Cotton -receipts,
1179 bales; exports, 7509; sales, 400; market quiet;
middling, 24 cents.
MOBILE, February 12.-Cotton, in fair demand
and closed steady;sales 1500 bahs; middling 24c;
receipts 2'4; lae-; exports 59 bales.
NEW ORLEANS. February 12.-Cotton active at
full prices, 24'.4'a24,'?; sales, y450 bale.-*; receipts,
3CC0 bales; exports-to Liverpool. 7501 bales; to
Buiubnrg. 1S59 bales; coastw ise, 2080 bales. Gold,
20*?. Sight, par a,1?' discount. Sterling, 20,'i.
BOSTON, February 9. -COFFEE,-There ls very
little doing in coffee, but the market ls firm. The
sales of Java have bten in small lots at 2i>ia22c ?
lb lor bags anO. pockets: and Rio at l5aisc gold.
St Domingo is quiet, and prices are nominally 9.'*
a9Kc ? lb, gold, in bond, for common and cape.
COTTON*.-The business In colton has been quite
light since last week, and prices have easeu off,
the most marked decline taking place In the low?
er grades, of which the market ls better supplied.
The sales have been at 23a23Kc tor ordinary; 24a
24"-ic for good ordinary; 2?a25?a'c for low mid?
dling and 25 J2a26 for middliog, including uplands
and Gulf. There is very little pressure to sell, but
manufacturers buy only in small lots.
DOMESTICS.-We notice a better demand for
cotton goods, and sales have been made at higher
prices ror nearlv all kinds, particularly standard
steerings and starlings. Woollens are Armer, and
desirable spring goods are more sought after,
with the prospect of a more active trade soon.
GUNNY BAGS.- Market Arm, with a rair demand.
Sales of l.">o bales heavy at isc. currency. But
few lots offering except at higher pvices.
GI NNT CLOTH.-This article is firm but quiet.
There have been no sales, and wc qnote prices
nominally lOJic. gold, In bond, and 20a2lc. cur?
HAY.-There ls a dull feeling for hay, with
abundant receipts, and sales at $15a$lS for infe?
rior, aud $20a$24 for good and prime.
NAVAL STOKES.-Spirits turpentine is Arm, with
small sales at 50a52c per gallon. Rosin and pitch
have been quiet. Tar is not so Arm, with sales at
$3 37^aS3 50 per lb.
New York Rice Market.
The .Tournai or Commerce or February IO says :
Rice remains without new feature. The business
is light, and ls with thc grocers at 6!?a7&C for
lots of commoft and fancy.
The World of the same date says: Market still
rather Blow, and holders inclined to shade a tri?
fle in order to realize, though no decline can be
quoted. Carolina, e.^aTj-'o far good to choice.
The Journal of Commerce of Fcbrurary ll
savs: Rice remains innctive. Small lots arc sel?
ling to the grocers at CJ-'aT^c for common aud
The World or thc same date says: Market
generally do//. Sales or 50 tierces Carolina in lots
at C.3,:a7?fe fur good to prime.
NASHVILLE. February io.-COTTON.-The mar?
ket was quiet but rather more steady at unchang?
ed quolatlons, as rollows: Ordinary 20a21.14';
good ordinary 22; low middling 22J?C
Stock on hand September 1, i860.None
Received to-day. 209
Shipped to-dav. 171
Stock on hand. 5,105
FLOUR.-Market Arm at $5i?$7 for supers
CORN.-Sales or 2400 bnshels at $1, sacked and
delivered in depot.
WHEAT.-Sales or 400 bushels loose at $1 10 ror
red, and $1 15 ror white and amber.
OATS.-Sales of 1000 bushels at soc, sacked and
delivered in depot.
GEORGETOWN, S. C., February 9.-COTTON
Sales of 4 bales at from I9,^a23c per lb. We quote
from 21 to 24c per ft..
CORN-Very little if any In thc market. Retail?
ing rrom store at $115 per bushel. Wc quote si io.
TIMBER-1000 sticks arrived in last week. Wo
quote rrom 6 to 16c per cubic root, one-hair cash,
one-half in sixty days.
TURPENTINE-Virgin dip $3; yellow dip $3;
scrape or hard $1 25al 60 per bbl, ol' 250 lbs to the
SriRiTS TURPENTINE-Per gallon 4la42c.
TAR-Per barre!, retail, $l 75.
SAVANNAH, February io.-COTTON, I"PLANO.
I'ndcr t he influence or'heavy receipts and the
steady decline in gold, cotton has exhibited a
steady downward tendency tor thc week umler
review. Transactions have been very limited in
consequence or thc light demand, and the differ?
ence In the views of buyers and seders, as the
fallowing extracts from ?or daily market will
exhibit. Thc receipts at this port for the past
week show a falling off or about cooo bales, and
the exports show a decrease of about the same
Wc republish our extracts rrom thc daily mar?
ket, which will suAlciently exhibit thc toiie du?
ring the week umler review:
Friday. 4th.-Buyers were disposed to act Cau?
tiously in thc absence of later Liverpool advices,
taking about 400 bales at thc followiug quotation :
Liverpool middling 24,4'c.
Saturday 5th.-The market opened and contin?
ued quiet, with a continued decline. Sates joU
bales. Liverpool middling 23 Vc.
Monday, 7th.-Thr>rG Wai OOt tk limited inqnlrv,
thc marke?; ruling dull. Sales, 400 bales. Ltver
l>0ft: middling 23?<n24c
Tuesday, 8th.-The market was exceedingly
quiet, owing to the difference in the views ol buy?
ers and holders, amounting to .'.,c per io. Sabs
reached 250 bales, mostly small lots, holders ask?
ing outside figures. Liverpool middling 25*fn24c.
Wednesday, "th.-Thc market showed more live?
liness under a good Inquiry, but at easier prices,
holders yielding to buyers'views. Sales or 7.*>U
bales were made on a basis or 20,'ia23\' for Liver?
pool middling; thc bulk or sales being effected at
Thursday, loth.-Thc market was active with a
good inquiry and a mee: lng of the views of buy?
ers aud holders; sales 950 bales; Liverpool mid?
SEA ISLAND.-The market was dull during thc
early part or the week, but later a good Inquiry
was manifested and a brisk business was done nt
the following quotations: Common 32a34c; me?
dium 37a40c: medium Auc 42a47c; fair 52aC2c;
RECEIPTS.-Thc receipts at this port far the
past week have been 11,309 bales upland and 137
bales sea island, from the fallowing sources: Cen?
tral Railroad, 8628 bales upland; Atlantic and
Gulf Railroad, 2101 bales up:?nd; Savannah Hiver
steam TS, COI bales upland; Florida steamers, 127
bales i a island.
EXPORTS.-The exports for the week have been
4151 bales upland, and 154 sea island.
FINANCIAL.-Money in fair supply .-.t from 12 to
15 per cent. Interest upon satisfactory security.
A good demand exists for welties WW Mt)
for Gulf Railroad Wllll a'marked advance.
stiuX C:\cuangc on New York buying at }? per
cent, off; Selling at >.,' per cent, off to par. Gold
buying at 20; selling at 22.
Interior Codon Markets.
MONTGOMERY. February ll.-Our cotton mar?
ket is dull rmi drooping at 22", to 23 far low mid?
WINNSBORO, February 12.-25 bales of cotton
were sold in this market during the past two days
ATLANTA, February lO.-Thc market closed
active at 22l.,c. far middlings; 22 far low middling;
20 far good ordinary.
ORANGEBURG, February IL-Sales during the
week 170 bales. We quote: ordinary 20u21)?c;
low iLidd'ing 22c; middling 22,'?c.
SELMA, February IL-Tho market opened
with an improved reeling, but closed rather easier
160 bales sold at 23'i to 23,'ic for middling. Low
middling 23 to 23','c.
MACON, February ll.-Receipts to-day 251
bales; sales 251; shipped 33S. Thc tone of thc
market was a shade weaker today than yester?
day, kut there was no change in prices. We still
quote middlings at 23c. and offerings light.
COLUMBIA, February 12.-A very small quanti?
ty of cotton was brought to market this week
122 bales-which found ready huyera at thc fol?
lowiug prices: 5 at 20; 5 at 21; 2 at 22; 8 at 22'3';
20 at 23; 38 at 23)*; 7 at 23?; ; 0 at 23.'".c.
Per steamship Manhattan, far New York-N A
Sanborn, M Nicholson, T Kennedy, Mrs M J All?
ston, Mrs B Wood, H Wood, B Wood, Jr, Mrs A M
Labor, Mrs Welsh, Miss Mansfield, Miss V A Sum?
ter, Miss T Y Lebby, Mrs J 1? Gaillard, U Chap?
man, Mrs F Mitchel, J A H?lse, J G Burt, J Tim
mons, J II Mitchell, J E White. Mrs C Lee, L F
Ball, C W Walter, and 13 on deck.
Per steamship James Adger, from New York
W B Phillips, Mrs Mary Reeve, Miss F J Reeve, A
II Reeve, C J Carter, Mrs Hazeus, W A Sanburn,
W Steerless, and 12 in steerage.
Per steamer Dictator. Irom Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-Mr Ward.
Savannah and Beaufort-Mr Morgan, wife and
sou, II Clark, Mr Montague, N B Cliiick, J P Tola
ncr, Miss Hardec. A J Due, J Augur, Mr Melcher.
W Bollmann, W E Bouknlght, Mrs C li Carr. Miss
It carr. Miss L Carr. J M H?ge, W Redden and
wire. J M Slngletou. Mr Barnwell, C D Frauke, E
R Sargent, Jr, Mr Waltour, Mr Sanders, Mr Sey?
mour, A Pratt, J B Owens, Captain Wells. J Mon?
roe, Mr Mevers, Mr McKee. Mr Prior, Mr Stout
grass, W u DeSaussure, T Fleming, Mrs Oatos'
Opera Troupe of fifteen persons, and 30 on deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, rrom Savannah via Beau
fart-Mr Richards, F W Sims, W J Munroe, Miss
M ll Muneriyu, MissCHMunerlyn. E Froncberger.
J H Shackelford. w Ather, G W King. Steamship
Marion. SC Chambers. S Myers, G Phipps, W W
Brolle. S P Thompson. J F Porte?os, C E Clark, ?
L Kuli. Mrs S L Clark, and 8 on deck.
Per steamer Emilie, trom Georgetown. Ac
S M King, lt Parker, W Hair, II Sampson, Dr II M
Tucker. General A M Manigault, Miss Jane Fraser,
Mrs General Mauigault, two children ?iud two ser?
vants, B Weston. T P Alston, Mr Worsbam, J La
Bruce. J H Blunt, W Riley, and lo on deck.
First Quarter, sth, l hour, 0 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 15th, io hours, 7 minutes, evening.
List (?uarter. 22d, l hour. 26 minutes, morning.
H. A S. WATER.
ll.. 5 j
Receipts by Railroad, February IX.
80CTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
C5S bales cotton, 27 bales domestic* .,4 barrels
flour, SOJbbls naval^ stores, 4. cz~i 'r^mber o cars
Ser, A J Salinas, Dowling A co, J B E Sloan, W P
[all. Thurston A Holmes, Wlss A co, W C Court?
ney A co, J R Pringle A Son, Clnghorn, Herring A
co, and others.
CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 14.
Stcamshin James Adgcr, Lockwood, New York
left Tuesday, PM. Mdse. To Jas Adger A co, S C
Railroad Agent, N E Railroad Agent, southern
Express Company, J E Adger A co, J D Aiken A
co, E Dates A co, T A Beamish ? co, W M Bird A
co, H Bischoff & co, T AV Bliss, Bollmann Bros. T
M Brlstoll A co, E T Brown, Mrs M L Buckley. J H
Br?ning, E Bull, W ll Ch a fee A co, Ciadas A Witte,
H Cobla A co, J Cosgrove, Crane, Boylston A co,
J Commins, Cameron. Barkley A co, L Cohen. R
S David A co, Douglass A Jackson, Dowie, Moise
A Davis, A L Evans, J S Fairly A co. D F Fleming
A co, Fogartle's Bookstore, P L fiuillcmln, James
McGarey, H Gerdts A co. Goodrich, Winemnn A
co, J II Graver A co, A G Goodwin A co, nart A co,
W S Henerev, C Hickey. Huger A Ravcnel, John?
ston, Crews'* co, N A Hunt, J W Harrisson, Jef?
fords A co, Jennings, Thomltnson A co, Kinsman
Bros, H Klatte A co, Klinck, Wlckenberg A co, C
L Koruahrens, C Kerrison, E Lee, Lighthouse En?
gineer, G A Locke A co, J Madsen, J G Milnor A co,
J Mallonee, J H Muller. Muller, Nimitz & co. Nach
munn & co, McLoy & Klee, Marshall At Burge. D
O'Neill A Son, Pelzcr, Rodgers A co, E Perry, J A
Quackcnbnsh, J Russell, Riccke A Schachte, G W
Steffens. E B Stoddard A co, Shackelford A Kelly,
H Stenden J Thomson A co, Tobias' Sons, F von
Santen, Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Wagener A
Monsees, Werner A Dncker. Whlttemorc A Rhodes,
Wilcox, Gibbs A co, H H Williams, J Wirth A co,
Wood A co, G W Williams .t co, W J Yates, and
others. Friday, 12 M, off Frying Pan shoals, ex?
changed signals with an American man-of-war,
Sehr Moonlight, Briggs, Cienrtiegos via Key
West-ll days. Sugar. To J A Euslow A co.
Round to New York. On thc 4th instant expe?
rienced severe NE gales, in which split sails, cur?
ried away heel of bowsprit and sustained other
damage. Has put In for repairs.
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbati, West Point Mill. 108
tierces rice. To W C Bee A co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, White. Savannah, via Beau?
fort. Ac. 37 bales and 5 pockets sea island cotton,
mdse, and sundries. To J D Aiken A co. Clng?
horn, Herring A co, C Mcltzler, w Gurne}-, Capt A
Barrett, Col A P Blunt, Brevet Captain Sellncr, J
Hanckel. Fraser A Dill, J Colcock & co, Ravcnel A
co. Hopkins. McPherson A co, Rebecca S Chap
Iain, J F Porteons, United States Marshal, II Cor
regan, H Klatte A co, and Southern Express Com?
Steamer Emilie. Lewis, Georgetown. S C 242
tierces rice. 28 bales cotton, mdse and suudriee.
To Shackel?ord A Kelly, Thurston A Holmes, W K
Ryan, B Allston. C K Huger, Pelzer, Rodgers A co,
G W Williams A co. J M Caldwell A Son. J E Ad?
ger A co, A F Ravenel, Cohen, Hauckel & co, Wil?
lis A Chisolm, and others.
Steamer Charleston, Payne, Savannah. To the
Master. Has come to render assistance to the
sehr Eliza Pike, ashore on Long Island.
Sloop Ellen, Gradick, Cooper River. 1000 bush?
els rough rice. To F G Cart.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 374 tierces Rice.
Te W C Bee A co, and F G Cart.
Sehr Wm Flint, Post, New York-23 days. Gu?
ano, railroad Iron, and acids. To W Roach A co,
S C Railroad Agent, A McCobb, Jr, nnd others.
Experienced heavy gales, lu which stove boat,
split sails, ami sustained other damage.
Sehr M B Mahoney, Anderson, Cedar Keys, Fla
-s days. Lumber. To the Master. Bound North
and has put in for a harbor.
Sehr Nicanor,-, Havana-0 days. Molasses.
To J A Enslow A co.
Steamer Dictator, McMillan. Palatka. via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah. Cotton and
mdse. To J D Aiken A cn. Pinckncv Bros, W M
Lawton, Manloiie A co. J Wirth A to." Kirkpatrick
A Wit le, J B E Sloan. II W Williams A Son, (i W
William* A co, Fraser A Dill, A li Mulligan. Clag
horn. Herring A co, 11 Clark. G H lugruhaiu A
Son, and. II Bischoff A co.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adirer ? co.
.Steamship Prometheus.Gray, Philadelphia-J A
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore -P C
Slup Bombay, Jordan, Liverpool-Willis & Chis?
Bark Wctterhorn, Lnndorkln, Liverpool-Street
Bros A co.
^Spanish bark Pepton, Unibert, Barcelona-W P
Sehr Lillian M Warren, Warren, Baltimore-J A
Enslow A co.
Sehr S V W Simmons, Williams, Wilmington. N
C-ll F Baker A co.
Brig Black Swan, Podger, Georgetown, S C.
Steamship Maulia t tan, Woodhull. New York.
Steamship Prometheus. Groy, Philadelphia.
FROM THIS PORT.
Sehr Emma, Authony, Georgetown, S C, Feb
BLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, at New
York, Febuary 10.
Sehr Muggie Mulvey, Rogers, at Portland, Me,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr J L Weaver,-, from New York, Febru?
NEW YORK, February 13-Arrived, thc Regula?
tor, Livingston ami Alabama.
SAVANNAH. February 12-Arrived, steamship
Leo, New York: sehr Altha Franklin.-. Clear?
ed, steamships Wyoming, Philadelphia: America,
Baltimore; Montgomery and Sun Salvador, New
York ship Atmosphere, Llverpoll: bark Chill;
Havre; schrs AliccJ.Myrick, Jacksonville, Coquette,
Barcelona; CP Stickney, St Mary's.
GEORGETOWN. February 9-Arrived, February 7,
Brigs Georgie. Swan, Balliuioic: lien Carver, Pen?
dleton. Senrsport, Me. Otb, schrs Ridgewood,
Derlckson, Providence; W ll Munn. Rogers. New
York: James Ki li,-: Emilia, Anthony, Charles?
ton: brig J E Avery,-. Cleared, February 0.
sehr Susan Wright, Mount, New York; 9th, sehr
Ella, Montgomery, Muyaguez, W I.
Thc brig A F Larrabee, Wardwell, sailed from
Providence, R I, February 9, lo load guano lor
The brig Jennie Morton, from Baltimore for
Charleston, passed Fortress Monroe February 10.
The sehr Henrietta, Leavitt, rrom Boston for
Charleston, arrived at Holmes' Hole February s.
The following vessel has since put into Charles?
ton: Sehr Moonlight, liriggs. from Ciciifuegos for
Now York, which put into Key West In distress,
sailed for her destination on the 2Sth nit, having
repaired. Expenses $2903 74.
The sehr St Croix, Eaton, rrom Galveston for
Boston, arrived at George!own, S C, February ll,
with loss or rudder head.
Thc sehr Saben, from New York for Savannah,
was spoken oil' this bar by thc pilot boat Atalanta.
She reported heavy weather, sails split, malubooiu
gone, ami lost a man overboard.}
JgXPOSITlON UNIVERSELLE, PARIS,
WHEELER A WILSON.
THE GOLD MEDAL.
LOCK-STITCH, SEWING AND BUTTON-HOLE
The only Gold Medal.
EDGERTON A RICHARDS, Agcnts
dec24 No. 32 Broad street.
U UMPHRE. YS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALES OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
REFERENCES.-Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MA?
GRATH. Esq., General JAMES CONNER. T. R.
JTT ILLISJb CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will attend to'the Purchase, Sale and Shipment
(to Foreign and Domestic Torts) of COTTON,
RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
Tliey arc purely vegetable, sare and sure. The
best in use. For sale by Dr. II. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
oct6 Wholesale Agent
The fine British Bark DAVID ?cNUTT, _?l?
Lockhart, Master, ls now rcPav to receive^Rfc
Cargo Tor thc above port. lieing 0f sraau capacity
and part o? her cargo engaged, will meet with
For Freight engagements, apply to
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
feb!4_ Boyce's Wharf.
The fine first-class British Bark LAKEM-^JA
BA, Captain Brown, having a large portion?gs
of her cargo on board, will load with dispatch.
For Freight engagements, apply to
feb!4 3_Accommodation Wharf.
J?OSTON AND CHARLESTON LINE.
The Schooner ANNIE E. GLOVER, having _?1A
a large portion of her cargo engaged, will VWro
load with dispatch.
For Freight, apply to
MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
The fine American Ship MISSOURI, L. T. jg*
Blackburn, Master, having a large portion SSS
of her cargo aboard. For further Freight engage?
ments, apply to W. li. SMITII & CO..
jaulT mwr Kapler's Range.
JpOR NEW YORK-THURSDAY.
THE Al SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
Adkins, Commander, will sall for^-f?^a*
New York on THCUSDAY, February BBiaBB
iTth, at 3 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, luton
Through Bills Lading will be issued for Cotton
to LIVERPOOL, HAVRE, Boston and the New
England Manufacturing Cities.
Freight ou Sea Island, ?ic; Upland, >?c;
Rice, $1 25 per cask.
Insurance by thc Steamers of this line )? per
For Freight engagements, or passage, having
very superior state room accommodations.all new?
ly furnished, apply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No.
20 Broad street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY,
No. 1 Union Wharves._febli 4
B~ ALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOS?
TON, AND TUE CITIES OF THE NORTH?
THROUGH BILLS OF LADING GIVEN FOR
COTTON TO BREMEN.
The fine Steamship "SEA GULL. ?'^-SQp.
Dutton, Commander, will sall for Bal-j???j??ss?
timor? on TUESDAY, February 15th, at o P. SE
Tiie "MARYLAND" will follow on -.
*3-Insurance by the Steamers or this line >i
per cent, to Baltimore and Philadelphia. To Bos?
ton X- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional expense for Insurance.
?^Consign?es by this Une are allowed ample
time to sample and sell their Cottons from the
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENIIOLM, Agent,
fehl2 3_No. 2 Union Wharves.
rJIRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay In their jfifrsiL
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, Cor-2A!???fc
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 Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. OOO Broadway, corner 20th street,
New York. sept2S Cmos
Y 0 *
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
The Fine Iron Screw Steamship
"LUMSDEN," J. Rutter, Commander,Zfrftiiifi
ls now ready to receive Freight for the above
port, and has a portion of her cargo engaged and
going on board.
Through Bills Lading signed in Charleston to
all principal ports on the Continent of Europe.
Marne insurance by this line at low rates.
For Freight engagements apply to
rebO_ROBERT MURK A CO.
T/"ESSELS SUPPLIED WITU CABIN AND
V MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards are respect
rullv invited to call nud examine thc^4y?S?
quality and prices or our GOODS. Full weight
guarautced. Delivered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston. 5. C.
KB" Branch or No. ?00 Broadway, New York.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINK TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42. North River, foot or Canal street.;
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or thc 5th and
21st of every month, (except when these dates fall
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.)
Departure of thc 2ist connect at Panama
with steamers ror South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those of 5th touch at Manznuillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco, ror
Japan mid China March l, 1S70.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds,baggage free to each aduli.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passacc Tickets or further information ap
plv at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf, foot of Canal-street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
Y O R SALE.
Thc Commodious Stem wheel Steamer
Formerly plying between Wilnilug- ^TT^w
ton and Riverside (Cape Fear River) ?s& AJ^SZ
as passenger and freight boat.
Length over all.1GC feet.
Breadth of beam. 2?Jt feet.
Depth of hold. 5 roet.
Drart. 3,'?' feet.
Two Engines in good order. Cylinder lfi Inches
diameter; G foot stroke. Upper decs, aaloon and
passenger accommodations are spacious and com?
fortable. Lower deck and.hold for freight. If
not previously disposed of at private sale, will be
sold at public auction, on WEDNESDAY, March 2,
1S70. B. S. GUION,
Wilmington, Charlotte and Rutherford R. R.
lebo 12 Wilmington, N. C.
JNLAND ROUTE-FOR SAVANNAH VIA
BEAUFORT AND SEABROOK'S LANDING,
HILTON HEAD, TWICE A WEEK.
The steamer Pl LOT BOY, Captain C. - ^jflT^fc.
Carroll White, will sail for Savan-.L^S2^3J
nah via Beaufort every SUNDAY and TUUUSDAY
MORNINO. at 8 o'clock.
Ou the Sunday's trip she will touch at Chlsolm's
mid Turner's Landings, going and retnrning, and
will touch nt Rluiiion, going and returning, every
alternate Thursday. Returning will leave Savan?
nah every MONDAY and FKIDAY AFTERNOONS, at
For Freight or Passage, apply lo
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
jau29_South Atlantic Wharf.
JpOR PALATE. A, FLO RIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain _ -ir
George E. McMillan, salis every aBattl
TUESDAY EVKNINQ at 8 o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT," Captain Fenn Peck,
sails evcrv FRIDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock. Con?
necting with Steamer STARLIGHT for Enterprise.
Through Tickets and through Bills or Lading
Tor Freight given.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.. Agents,
janl3 South Atlantic Wharf.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream of Tartar
For Bale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. DAER,
oct? No. 131 Meeting street.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, ]
ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD,
SATANNAII, January 7,1870. ]
On and after SUNDAY, the oth instant, Passen?
ger Trains on this road will run as follows:
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leave Savannah daily at...4.30 P. M.
Arrive at Jesup (junction M. A B. R. R.)
dally at.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Live Oak daily at.2.20 A. M.
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.7.02 A. M.
Arrive at Tallahassee daily at.7.07 A. M.
Arrive at Quincy daily at.9.15 A. M.
Arrive at Bainbridge (Mondays except?
ed) at.6.15 A. M.
Leave Bainbridge (Sundays excepted)
at.9.30 P. M.
Leave Quincy dally at.6.25 P. M.
Leave Tallahassee dally at.8.25 p. M.
Leave Jacksonville daily at.8.30 P. M.
Leave Live Oak dally at.1.28 A. M.
Leave Jesup daily at.7.30 A. IL
Arrive at Savannah dally at.10.50 A. M.
MACON AND BRUNSWICK ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted)
at.2.10 P. M.
Arrive at Jc9up (Sundays excepted)
at.5.00 P. M.
Arrive at Brunswick dally at.8.20 P. M.
Leave Macon daily at.8.30 A. M.
Leave Jesup daily at.6.00 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah dally at.9.30 P. M.
On Sunday this train will leave Savannah at
7.15 A. M.. connecting with trains for Macon and
Brunswick, and connecting with trains irom
Macon and Brunswick,, will arrive at Savannah at
9.30 P. M.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted)
at.7.15 A. M.
Arrive at Jesup(Sundoys excepted) at..10.45 A. M.
Arrive at Live Oak (Sundays excepted)
at.7.00 P. M.
Arrive at Macon daily at.7.50 P. at.
Leave Live Oak (Sundays excepted) at. .0.00 A. M.
Leave Jesup (Sundnys excepted) ar.2.16 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah (Sundays except?
ed) at.6.35 P.M.
Passengers for Macon take 7.15 A. M. train from
Sava-inah, leaving daily.
Passengers for Brunswick take 2.10 P. M. train
Passengers leaving Macon at 8.30 A. M., con?
nect at Jesup with express train for Florida
and Western Division, and with train for Savan?
nah, arriving nt 9.30 P. M.
Passengers from Brunswick connect at Jesup
with train for Savannah, arriving at 5.35 P. M.,
except on Sundays, when lt arrives at 9.30 P. M.
Connect at Macon with train for Atlanta, leav?
ing at 9.00 P. M.
SOUTH GEORGIA AND FLORIDA RAILROAD TRAIN.
Leave Thomasvllle (Tuesdays, Thurs?
days, and Saturdays) at.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Pelham (Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays) at.9.55 A. M.
Leave Pelham (Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays) at.3.46 P. M.
Arrive at Thomasvllle (Tuesdays, Thurs?
days, and Saturdays) at.6.00 P. M.
BJ. S. BAINES,
feb7 General Superintendent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 15, 1869. j
On and after Thursday, September 16, the Pas?
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad win
run as follows:
Leave Charleston.8.80 A. M
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery
and Grand Junction.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, and Camden train.
Leave Augusta......8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
? (Sundays excepted.)
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis. Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augustn.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.8.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. M.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, and on Moudays, Wednes?
days and Fridays with Charlotte and South Caro?
Leave Columbia.5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.2.50 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville daily, (Sundays ex?
cepted.) connects with up and down Day Pas?
sengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.46 P. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.00 P. M.
(Signed) IL T. PEAKE,
septi? G?nerai Superintendent.
OLA 3FL JE5L9 S
IS THE BEST FOE
FOR SALE RY ALL
WHOLES AXE and RETAIL.
DRY GOODS DEALERS
deciy wfm2mo _
BESTSlXCOnn <w m ?rn /^aoj^sWAHBANTED
goto Ascnts iiiJ^S&for T&E^CQATSj
af raisin-, Seo?aniL
* Murray & Lanman's
The most celebrated and
most delightful of all per?
fumes, for use on the hand?
kerchief, at the toilet, and
in thc bath, for sale by all
Druggists and Perfumers.
For sale by . DOWIF, MOISE & DAVIS,
jan24 mws4mos . Charleston, S. c.
SHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and at
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
aprlll4 No. 31 Broad street, ?up stairs.)
T I TV A N GUANOS,
Manufactured at Charleston, S. C., under the direction of Dr.N. A. PRATT, Chemist, for the Snlphn
ric Acid and Superphosphate Company. SOLUBLE PHOSPHORIC ACID, In the form of SOLUBLE
PHOSPHATE OF LIME, or DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, ls the basis of ail good FertUlzers, and
these are valuable In thc ratio of Soluble Phosphoric Acid which is in them.
The Immense deposits of Phosphatlc Guanos which were discovered in 1867 in South Carolina, by
Dr. PRATT, consists mainly of Insoluble Phosphate of Lime, which ls made available as a Fertilizer
by being ground to powder, and reduced by Sulphuric Acid to such a condition as to make its'Insola
ble phosphate soluble in water, and thus made capable of being taken up by growing plants. The
insoluble Phosphate round in any commercial Fertilizer ls of no more value to the plant than the
original Phosphate rock. The greater the proportion of this Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer
contains, the less the quantity required per acre, and consequently the cheapest' FcrtUizcr is that
containing the highest percentage or Soluble Phosphate.
Impressed with these truths, the Sulphuric Acid and Superphosphate Company have erected at
Charleston the first extensive Acid Chambers south of Baltimore, and are able to offer to planters
the highest percentage of Soluble Phosphate of Lime known la any market.
Their Fertilizers are offered under two forms :
L KT I WAN No. 1.-Pure Soluble Phosphate, guaranteed to contain twenty-four per cent, of Dis?
solved Bone Phosphate or Lime. $60 per ton; ten per cent, discount ror cash.
2. ETI WAN No. 2.-Peruvian Superphosphate, guaranteed to contain twenty per cent, or Dissolved
Bone Phosphate, and one and a hair to three per cent, or Ammonia, with a sufficient addition or Pe?
ruvian Ouauo to adapt lt to all Crops. $70 per ton; ten per cent, discount ror cash.
We also otrer DISSOLVED BOXE, of high grade, for planters or manufacturers who may desire to
mix into any other compost, and we suggest that this is the best and cheapest method for manufac?
turers to transport thc Sulphuric Acid contained ia the mlxtnre. Will be sold at a Axed rate lor each
percentage. WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents,
janlO mw2m03 No. 14 Adger's WharL
<?lot!]ing ana inrmsljirtg ?oobs.
REAT C.LEARING OUT S ALE!
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
READY-MADE CLOTHING IN THIS CITY,
TO BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST IN MANUFACTURING THE SAME.
In order to dispose of our entire Stock for the coming SPRING TRADE, we have reduced the prlcea
regardless of the cost of manufacturing the same."
All persons In want of anything in our line, will do well to give us a call before purchasing elsa
where, as we guarantee a saving of TWENTY-FIVE TO FIFTY PER CENT, to all who buy of us.
Our terms will be strictly CASH.
ONE PRICE AND NO DEVIATION.
L L. FALK & CO.,
No. 303 King street and No. 157 Meeting street.
jan!7 mwslmo Opposite CharlestonRoteL*..
(Clothing ano ?nrmsl]ing ?ocu?.
THE ADVANTAGES WE ENJOY
J as the result of a long established
and successful business enables us to
offer inducements that makes this
announcement worthy of
Importing our foreign goods di?
rect, controlling many leading styles
of American fabrics, employing the
best artistic talent in the production
of our goods, and "constant progress"
our motto, we claim to lead the mar?
of which we keep full lines of all
grades, for Men and Boys. In
our products are unsurpassed for qual?
ity, workmanship and elegance, (n
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
our stock is constantly large and
seasonable. We are the sole manu?
facturers of the
which we supply both ready-made
and to order.
Prices uniformly low.
Gentlemen visiting Mew-York are
requested to call and have their
measures recorded upon our books, j
System of Self-Measurement, and
other information promptly furnished
Address P. 0. Box 2256, N. Y.
' DEVLIN & CO.
COGNAC BE ANDY IN CASES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, offer for sale, 300 cases, 1
dozen each, Cognac BRANDY, "Vine Growers"
brand, and three years old, in bonded warehouse.
No. 291 KING STREET, CORNER WENTWORTH,.
AGENT FOR THE MANUFACTURERS
EACII QUALITY OF SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
TRICES AS FOLLOWS:
No. 42......$2 00 .
No. 52. 2 60
No. 72. 3 00
No. 92. 3 60
HE CHAMPION BRACE
This DRACE.nin Its peculiar construction, nassau
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACES-.
First. It does not disarrange the Shirt Bosom..
I Second, lt cannot slip off the shoulders. Third
There ls less strain on the huttons of the pants
than with common Suspenders. Fourth. Each
section of the pants can be adjusted Independent?
ly. Fifth. By means of the Adjustiblc Back Strap
a gentle or powerful Brace can bc obtained?
sixth, lt attaches to the pants at the same points
that the ordinary Suspender does.
Sole Agent in Charleston,
HS . SCOTT,
'SHIRTS AND FURNISHING COODS,
Meeting street. Opposite Market HaU.
FAUN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA.
AND ALL DISEASES OF IHX
STOMACH AND LIVER.
THEY ABE RECOMMENCED IT TBS
HEGEMAN Sc CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK. ,
Maiiufactnred by C. F. PANKNII?,
BMW ANS AP0THXCA3Y,
HS'For Sal? by Druggists Every \chererT?&
gENZ?NE, DOUBLE BISTLLLED,
WILL REMOVE GREASE 5|fcOT S,
Macnfactuied and for sale, wholesale und re
tau, by DR, H. BAER,
noys No. 131 Meeting street.