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"The Bky is clouded, the TOCKS are bare;
The spray of the tempest ls white in air;
The winds are ont with the waves at play,
And I shall not tempt the sea to-day.
The traills narrow, the wood is dim.
The panther clings to the arching Hmo ;
And the Hon's whelps are abroad at play,
And I shall not join m the chase to-daj
Bat the ship sailed safely over the sea,
And the hunters came from the chase in glee;
And the rown that was built upon a roch
Was swallowed ap in the earthquake shock.
GOVERNOR SCOTT'S COURSE.
A Radical Journal's Opinion of our
Nice Radical Legislators.
[From the Washington Chronicle.]
The effort to create sentiment against Gov?
ernor Scott, ol' South Carolina, is chiefly by
the more prominent white and colored men
elected as Republicans to the House ol Repre?
The reason ot their present hostility to bim
ls that they cannot make-him a willing ser?
vant in their corrupt schemes. Could fftel
House of Representatives have full sicing it |
.would plunder and squander thc entire re?
sources of the State. But the Governor and
?tue beet men ol' the Senate stand together
manfully for good government and reasonable
We believe that the impeachment will end
In bluster, and that such absurd charges as the
dispatches ol last night report, will fall harm?
less. We urge Governor Scott firmly to main?
tain bis noble position.
MARTIAL IA FF.
Able Speech ol' Mr. Wilkes, of Anderson.
During the discussion of the martial law bill
in the House ot Representatives, last week,
Mr. Wilkes, member from Anderson, made an
eloquent and .able speech, which attracted
.much,', attention. ..
Alter tracing bis own political course from
the time ol the surrender, be touched upon
the cause ol' thu troubles and the conflict ex?
isting always between old - and newsystemsj
' He favored the new State Constitution and
voted lor lt. His course was untrammelled by
party ties.- Be regretted the acts of violence
Ol the up-country, but could not think all the
people guilty. The error ol this people was in
not correcting public sentiment. The remedy,
he thought, wr all these troubles, was: First.
In a correct public opinion; second, rn the ap?
pointment of competent and faithful officers;
third, In the enforcement ol existing laws;
and, lourth, In a bill suchas that Introduced by
Whbiv'more, for the better protection of per
sons.and property. Attend to these and you
need not pass this bil!. -
His perorations are given In lull: These are
my remedies for enisling evils In the body \
politic; these axe the methods by which I pro- j
pone to restore peace and repress lawlessness, j
Are they I not feasible ead peaceiul, and suffi-1
Clent. ? -If the good sense or every intelligent
member shall yield an assent to my positions,
where,the use of declaring martial law ! Do
Sntleinrn '?now what lt ls to .declare martial
?r ?? What la martial law ? The mere will ol
the military commander. Are you willing to
strike down the civil law, suspend the writ of
habeas corpus, close the courte of Justice, and
place the lives, tne liberties and property ol
the people ot those counties at the mercy ol
one man, unrestrained and unchecked ? Are
Su willing thus to declare' that the people ot
ose counties are Incapable of Belf-gov
ern ment i? ..Why, slr, I know the .people of
those counties to DO among the moat intelligent
' ot any in the State. Do you think for a moment
that my Reform friends around me represent a
lawless, cut-throat constituency t Sir, I was
born in Laurens County; I know her sons to be
law-abiding and .high-taped, her. daughters
tender and refined; there'may be, and doubt
less are, some desperate men 'within her tor-1
dem, who baye wantonly taken life, ?nd I
brought reproach upon her fair fame. But we
are not warranted In condemning the good
people fur the acts of a few bad men; the for?
mer deprecate the conduct ol the latter as
much as you and. I do; if they are at all to
blame, lt ii because they did nut, perhaps, ex
' crt their influence to control, by a sound pub?
lic opinion, the action ot those lawless men.
What ls true ol Laurens, In my opinion, is
equally true of Spartanburg, Union and New?
berry. Are you then prepared to offer the peo?
ple ol. those counties martial law ? Such meas?
ure is not tolerated In any despotism in Europe,
In but rare instances. If 1 recollect aright, lu all
modern history there are recorded but two well
defined instances la which martial law bas
been proclaimed-In Po and during the-reign of
Catherine II of Russia, and In Hu'jgv.ry in
I860; and in those Instances nationalities wen*
obliterated. Ah, martial law was a measure of
peace, in those Instances, as d?spota under?
stand peace. Suwarrow, standing on i he ram?
parts of sacked and ruined Warsaw, gazing
over the'davastnted plains of orushed Polana,
could well dispatch to his imperial mistress :
"Quiet reigns in Warsaw.*- Ah, yes, looking
Into the bloody graves of two thousand, vic?
tims ot martial law, quiet .did reign; but it was
the quiet of the tomb. So, too, under martial
law, Haynau, the butcher, restored quiet, peace
and order in Hungary, ls auch the peace,
such tbe order, such the quiet, you propose to
gre the people of those counties f. God
rbld 1 I hope not. I believe not. And
?et, gentlemen, I care not wbat may
e the color of the militia you may send
Into those counties, (end I nave no doubt col?
ored militia would be treated.more leniently
than white,) the people will regard lt as tanta?
mount to a declaration of war; bloodshed will
enBue, and the people ol all the upper counties
become embroiled; and If any officer is left to
report to the Governor, he might well - report,
lc the sentence of Tacitus: FaeiuM solitudi
nem pacem- appellant-they make, a solitude
and call it peace. Gentlemen, order and quiet
and security reigns In the counties of Green?
ville, Pickens, Coonee and Anderson. Throw
DO such firebrand among ihe people of those
counties. Do not drive them into a position
.which they cfo not wish to occupy. When the
Bun rose this morning upon the tops of the blue
mountains overlooking this lovely Piedmont
region, stole down their sides, kissed lovingly
its silvery waters flowing musically io th? sea,
lt shone over a scene of peace ?nd quiet.
The husbandman went lorth merrily lo his
daily toil, the merchant to bis counter, the
lawyer to hie- books and the mechanic to his
anvil and plane; all the industries of life are
there to-day being pursued In security and
brotherly love, wiii you disturb the beautiful
scene by the rude tramp of the military *
Heaven forbid I Do not be guilty of an act BO
cruel to yourselves and to us.
TUE EXILES OE ERIN.
The Released Fenian? at Keir Jnrk
Rlvals for tne Honen of Reception
The Honors Made Easy-No Reception.
Only five of the released Fenian prisoners
came on the Cuba, which vessel arrived at
New York on Thursday-Jeremiah O'Donavan
Rossa, John Devoy, Henry Mullady. Charles
Underwood O'Connell and John McClure.
When the reporters got aboard Richard O'Gor
man was speaking, and tendered the men the
hospitalities of Tammany Hall. General Mil?
len, who was In the centre ol the crowd, said
that he had come to offer them, on behalf oi
Collector Murphy, the hospitalities of a higher
power than a local body, namely, that of the
United States. This caused a storm ol' angry
feeling against Millen, and the men shouted
in the fiercest tones of Tammany sarcasm,
?'Who ls he, anyhow; they'll come with the
boys; they know their friends," 4c.
Colonel Roberts, who was also In the throng,
said : "We are here to-nlgbt as the represen?
tatives of the Irish societies of New York. The
city, moreover, through us, lenders you a
?ublic reception. The Society of Tammany
tall has subscribed a sum ot $22,000, and we
ask you to decide whether you will go with us
or with any one else."
The prisoners, who wore by'thls time squeez?
ed into a pancake, aud maddened by the
frenzied appeals of their over zealous friends
on all sides, cried out that they would retire
to decide. The greatest excitement prevaileu,
and the crowd was augmented by about 150
others of the crew and of the various boats,
who had boarded the Cuba.
Alter half hour's delay O'Donovan Rossa,
on behalt of the others, then read a letter, ol
which the following are nearly the exact
ON BOARD TUE Cuni, January 19.
To the Gentlemen of the Several Deputations
for Receiving the Irish Exiles:
GENTLEMEN-We thank you for all your In?
vitations, and we will try to accept all ' but we
ATC only a few of many. Our fellow-prisoners
^yr.-a irr-Y?ttnr* '
are on the way hither, and we will take no
public Btepa until they arrive. You look upon
us us representing the cause of Ireland, tor the
Interests of which cause we desire that' all
Irishmen should be united. We regret that
there ls any difference ot opinion regarding
the reception. Inasmuch as your reception
concerns us as individuals we care little, com?
pared to what we feel about it in connection
with the Interests of Irish independence. As
we are led to believe you have not united aa
harmoniously aa we would wish, we will not
therefore decide upon anything until the ar?
rival of our brothers. We will remain on board
the ship to-night and we will go to a hotel to?
We remain, gentlemen, yours respectfully,
(Signed) J. O'DONAYAN ROSSA,
CHAS. UNDERWOOD O'CONNELL,
HENRY 8. MOLLAI'Y.
* "hortly alter noon, Friday, the exiles- in two
carriages, escorted by a company ot the Sixty
ninth Regiment, passed up Broadway en route
to quarters. There was much excitement,
and crowds approached the carriage windows
with cheers. The crowd followed the exiles
to their hotel. Alter their arrival at Sweeney's
Hotel, Richard McCloud presented an address
to Rossa, and gave him, on behalf of the
United Irishmen organization, $1000 in green?
backs. Mr. Rosea responded in fitting terms.
It is said that the lund ol $32,000 raised by the
Tammany Society will be increased to $50,000,
the object being to furnish the destitute
Fenians with means to sturt in a small busi?
ness. The Fenians expect the rest of their
companions on Wednesday next, on the
The Irish national societies of America pre?
sented an address of welcome to the exiled
Fenians at night. Committees from a large
number of Irish and other societies waited on
them during the day, and tendered them their
sympathy. O'Donavan Rossa, best known
among the five who have arrived, has been
the especial object of various demonstrations,
and has been received since his arrival with
universal tokens ot esteem.
The New York Tribune gives the following
account of the origin o? the arrest of the pris?
oners by the British Government:
After the failure ol the repeal movements
and ot the attempted insurrection of '48, the
Irish people became convinced that the Inde
pendeuce of the country was only to be ob?
tained by careful organization and armed
loree. A secret society was formed in the
Countv Cork, about 1856, which lound nume
rous adherents in that section. Two years
later the government arrested the leaders In
the movement, and lt diminished in numbers
and Importance. This society soon gave place
to the organization which Stephens establish?
ed. He named it Ute Irish Republican Broth?
erhood, and found his earliest supporters in
the ranks of the Phenlx Society. Stephens
succeeded,, in enrolling; thirty-five thousand
members by 1858, whenhe came' to this coun?
try to place himself In communication with
the leading Irish nationalities here and secure
material aid for the home movement. He
returned to Ireland with' 'encouraging re?
ports, and (here continued to extend the con?
spiracy. Assisted by others,.he organized the
brotherhood so that members were instructed
in military drill, provided with ?arms, and
placed under the gove .-urneui of one executive.
Perle ot unity ot action was secured, and com
! paratrVely safe measnree were adopted to con
j ceal the purposes and plans of the brotherhood
lrom the British authorities. The hostility ol
the Irish.people to the English government
Impelled them readily to support the brother?
hood; and by 18G5 it had men of all classes iu
Hs ranks, and numerous actual members of
sympathizers among the Irish soldiers in the
British army. It was in close communication
with the body In this country known as the Fe?
nian Brotherhood, on which it largely depend?
ed for effective aid. It was for their connnec- !
tlon with this organization, and the acts of j
hostility to England wnich it occasiened, that
the expatriated Irishmen who have just ar?
rived were sentenced to various terms ul penal
servitude. _ _
THINGS IN'SAN DOMINGO.
WASHINGTON, January 22
San Domingo advices lo tho 10th state that
the appointment of the commission was gene?
rally received favorably, ana by some enthus?
iastically. Affairs are stationary, proposed
improvements awaiting the action of the
American Congress. Agents of German, Eng?
lish and American capitalists are travelling
about the island incubating enterprises de?
pendent upon annexation. Cabrai writes
proclamations and commits depredations, but
avoids collisions wilh the troops ol Baez.
SP ASKS FRO 31 TUB WIRES
it was very cold and snowing at Washing?
Daniel Sprigg, for thirty years eashier of the
Mechanics' Bank ol Baltimore, is dead, aged
The new Queen and her Infant have departed
from Italy for Sj iain. The Spanish Ambassa?
dor at Florence accompanies the royal family.
lt is reported t hat the British Ministry wants
to know if Collector Murphy's proceedings to
honor the pardoned Fenians were prompted by
his government. .
BOSTON-Per brig M C Roosevelt-ii6 bales up
land cotton, 300 tons phosphate rook*40,000 feet
plank and boards.
KEW YOBS-Per sehr Kellie F Burgess-100.0CO
feet plank, 20,000 feet boards.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J W Everman
K2 tierces rice, 160 bales cotton, isa bales yarn,
38 bates rags. Ac.
BALTIMORE-Per sehr Ellas Mooro-173,000 feet
pitch pine lumber.
SAVANNAH-Per sehr John Lenthal!-160 tous
Tuc Charleston Cotton, Kite ami Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, \
MONDAY EVENING, January 23, 1871. j
Corros.-The market for this article showed a
steady and well-sustained demand, with a Armer
feeling, which was mostly exhibited lu the better
qualities, which improved in some instances a full
?Jju 9 ft. Sales about 1400 bales, say 11 at lSJf;
14? at 13; 119 at 13 >?; 28 at 13>i; 5 at 13%; 287 at
14; 89 at UHi 70 at MJfj 103 at 14J?; 132 at Mjtf;
96 at 14jg; 8 at IVA; 160 at 15 We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.13 @14
Strict middling. - @15
RICE.-The market was quiet, buyers and
, sellers being nuable to agree. Sales loo tierces at
7c ? rb; 68 tierc" private terms.
? NAVAL STO ES.-The stock is light and business
moderate. Sales 13 bois spirits turpentine at 44c;
1 bbl extra Ko. 1 rosin at $3; 4 bbls Ko. 1 at $2 60;
63 bbls low Ko. 1 at $2; 2 opaque at $1 90; 88 bbls
extra Ko. 2 at $1 85; 254 No. s at $1 60; 2 Ko. cat
I $1 70; 112Ko. 3 at $175; 30 opaque at (1 60.
FR?CHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct % on
uplands; via New Tork.&d on aplaude, l>?d ousea
stands; by sall ?i?7-16d on uplands, Xd on sea
islands. To Havre nominal, coastwise-to New
York, by steam, %c on uplands and lc on sea
islands; i2 ? tierce on rice; by sall, tfcfinVon
cotton ;-V tierce on rice: -toe * barrel on rosie .<|
I7@8 9 M on lamber; $9?io 9 M on timber. To
Boston, by sall, >i'@,'?c ? ft on upland cotton,
to'Providence, by sail $3 fi M on boards, Sc
a tb on cotton; by steam $1 9 bale on Kew
fork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, >?c ?? lb
)u uplands; by sall, II ? M OD boards; $9 on
.ironer; $3 $ ton on clay, and ?3@S 60 on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, >?c V rn; by
tail, $6 5u@7 fl M on boards; *3@3 25 y ton ou
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand br
?mr merchants to take lumber freights from
leorgetown, s. c., Darlen and Satilla River, da..
?nd Jacksonville, Fla,, to Northern ports, and $10
@I2 %l M are the rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE.- Sterling eo day bills
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banks purchase
slKht checks at ??@>? off, ana sell at par.
Markets by Teleg apr?.
LIVERPOOL, January 21.-Koon.-cotton opened
quiet and steady. *^
Evening-Cotton closed steady; uplands 7j?d
Orleans 8J?d: sales 12.000 bales; for speculation
and export 2000; loading at New Oi leans BaSXd
for mid-ding Orleans; loading at Mobile T%?8d for
middling Mobile; loading at Charleston 8d fur
middling uplands. Corn acive at 34?. Bread
stuffs closed buoyant, Flour 26s. Kew cora
January 23-Noon.-Cotton steady end un
:CEnged; sales 12,000 bales.
NEW YORK, January 23.-Noon.-Flour 6at0c
metter. Wheat la2c better. Corn firm. Meas
iteady at $21 76a22. Lard heavy. Cotton decided.
y more active and Armer; uplands l5>ic Orleans
iee; sales 4O0O bales, and In good export demand.
Turpentine steady at 4sa48>;c. Rosin quiet;
strained $2 224ia2 25. Freights steady. Stocks
strong and active. Governments steady and dui?'
Gold an io*;. Money at 6a7. Sterling exchange
9X; short iy%.
Evening.-Cotton etrong and active for export;
sales 8100 bales at 15&c. Flour, southern dr mer ;
common to good extra $6 75a7 25; good to choice
$7 30a6 50. Whiskey firmer at 93^a93Kc. Wo eat
unsettled. Irregular and la2c better, closing
steady : winter red and amber We-tern fl 53al 57.
Corn la2c bnter; new 81a83>ic. Mess pork Arm?
er at $22 50a22 75. Beef steady. Lard Armer:
kettle n.vi'c. Turpentine steady. Rosin quiet.
Tallow more active at 8J?a8J?. Freights Arm.
Money very easy at 5a6. Sterling O^aOtf. Gold
10&. Governments very steady. Southerns duil
and-steady. Tennessees 64J?. Virginias 65; new
66>i. Louisianas 60; new 60; levees 71; eights 80.
Alabamas 05; Aves 69. Georgias 80; sevens 86.
North Carolinas45^; new 22^. South Carolinas
78: new 69>?.
BOSTON, Janunrv 23.-Cotton quiet and Arm:
middlings i5>;ai j,'?c; net receipts 57 bales; gross
835; sales 3000; stock 6000.
BALTIMORE, January 23.-Cotton very Arm and
higher; middlings MMe; net receipts US: gross
820; exports coastwise 160; sales 725; stock 12,
625. Flour active an* advanced 26c. Wheat Arm
and scarce, choice white $2. Corn, white higher
at soass. Pork active at $22. Bacon active; shoul?
ders 12,?;. Whiskey 93HC
CINCINNATI, January 23.- Flour Arm and In
fair demand. Corn In moderate demand at 50a
52. Mess at $21 50. Lard buoyant; 12>;c asked.
Bacon unchanged. Whiskey.firm.
LOUISVILLE, January 23.-Bagging dull and
nominal. Flour qniei. Oom Arm; sacks 6B cts.
Provisions buoyant: mess $22. Shoulders 9?;c;
clear sides ll>?c. Whiskey scarce at 8Sc.
NORFOLK, January 23.-Holders asklntr higher
rates; low middling i4S'c: net receipts 1945 bales;
exports coastwise 31 TS bales; sales 250 bales; stock
WILMINGTON, January 23.-Cotton nominal:
middlings 14c; net receipts 278 balts; exports
coastwise 079; stock 29) 3.
MOBILE, January 23.-Holders asking higher
raies; middlings l4.Sc net receipts 60oo bates;
exports to the Continent 755; coastwise 1371 ; sales
1000; stock 70,567.
SAVANNAH, January 23.-Cotton Arm and In fair
demand; middlings I4??c; net receipts 5141 bales:
exports to Great Britain 2743; Continent 2798;
coastwise 3145; sales 2C00; stock 87,445.
- GALVESTON, Jannary 23.-Cotton active; good
ordinary T2^alSo: net receipts 1669 bales; exports
to Great Britain 1727 bales; coastwise 1G0 bales;
sales 2000 bales; stet lc 64,182 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, Janaary 23.-Cotton firm; mid-.
diing? 15c; net receipts 6611 bales; gross receipts
7ieo; exports tc Great Britain 2US:. Barcelona
1212; Vera Cruz 326; sales 10.300; stock 197,395.
Sugar in lair demand; common 6a63?c; fair 7Ma
8>*c; prime to choice 9Mato*;c. Molasses dull;
common 35al0c; prime 48a54c: st ri ct iv prime 55a
67c; no choice m first hands. Sterling 29);.
Sight discount. Cold io,<.;.
Kccelpi* by.JXiallroact, January 83.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
2619 bales colton, 44 bales goods. To Railroad
Agent and others.
188 bales upland and 8 bags sea Uland cotton,
lOd bbl8 naval store*, cars lumber and. wood,
mdse, Ac T > G W Williams A co, Frobt A Ad
ger, caldwell A Son, Mowry A Son. Pelzer, Rod?
ger? A co, J Marshal), Jr, T P Smith, W o Bee A
co'.TUHTard A M-non. Stoney A Lowndes, Mrs A
Kennedy, J TM Migan, Ra vend, A co, Kinsman A
Howell. A J Salinas. G H Walter A co. S D Stoney,
Claghorn, Herring A co', Oraeser A Smith C Voigt,
Sbaekeiford A Kelly, A H Abrahams * Son, J E
Adger A co, Fraser A Dill. E Welling, W T San?
ders, Railroad Agent and Order.
jr.murts KS irs.
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 24.
Steamship Cuba, Dnkehart, New Orleans via
Havana and Key West-left the latter port on Fri?
day last Sugar. To Mordecai A co. Hound to
Baltimore and put Into this port Tor repairs. On
Suuday. 23d lustant, just before 2 A M, about 120
miks east of charleston, saw a berm brig nearly
abeam, steering the same course, say about north?
east; shortly alter the brig suddenly changed her
direction and came down, stem on, to the Cuba,
striking her nearly amidships, the t owsprit mak?
ing a large ho c iu the port side near the upper
deck, while the stem taking the steamer a few ?eel
further alt. crushed In the plank above the water
Une, tore on* the copper and made a large opening
under the water. .The s'earner was lu a sinking
condition, tve water coming in rapidly, and at one
time reaching nearly to the Ares, but by great
efforts thc ship was Immediately given list, blan?
kets and every t(dug avatlable were pressed into
service, and by 12 M on Sunday the vessel was
placed tn a condition to make the harbor. The
name and condition of the brig ls unknown, as
nothing was heard from her, but she was seen
after the accident with her masts and cauvas
Sehr Sea Queen, Rosebrook, Baltimore-4 days.
Corn, oats, AC. To J A Euslow A co and T J Kerr
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbattl, West Point Mill. 70
les rough rice. To W C Bee A co.
Sloop Julian Dean, from Combahee. 12C0 bush?
els rongh rice. To W C Bea A co.
Received from Chlsolm's Mill. 88 tierces rice.
To W c Bee A co.
Steamship J W Bverman, Hinckley, Philadel?
phia- W A Courtenay.
Brig M C Roosevelt, Parker, Boston-W Roach
Sehr Ida S Burgess, Burgess, Georgetown, S C
W Boach A cc
Sehr Hormona, Burgess, Georgetown, S C-Wm
Roach A co.
Sehr Nellie F Burgess, McKean, New York-Wm
Roach A co.
Sehr Ellas Moore, DeGroot, Baltimore-Street
Bros A co.
Sehr John Lenthall, Martin, Savannah-Wm
Roach A co.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
Sehr S H Sharp. Webb, Philadelphia.
Sehr Emma D Finney, Patten, Georgetown, S C.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore, Jan?
DUBLIN, January 6.-The Carrie Bertha, 29 days
from South Carolins, has arrived here with me
Jlrst cargo of phosphate rock across the Atlantic
direct for Dublin.
The sehr Aldana Hokes, from St Helena Sound,
S C, arrived at Wood's Hole 17th Inst.
HOMES AND HEALTH.
HOW TOD MAY SECURE BOTH.
$95,000 IS PREMIUMS AWARDED TO 19,000
Each of whom have also an equal chance to
$95,000 lu Vuluable Real Estate Prizes,
Consisting of FARMS, Villa Sites, Homesteads,
orchards. Vineyards, Ac, at Aiken. S. C.. well
named "The Southern Saratoga." Only forty
eight hours from New York, and six Lours from
Ninety-Ave Tnousand Dollars in Prizes to he dis?
tributed among the Shareho:ders. Only 19,000
shares wu be issued, at $5 each.
The Premium Land Sale, nt Aiken, S. C., ls con?
ducted on a new and popular plan for thc sale or
desirable and valuable Improved Real Estate, and
ts calculated to be a most effective means or at?
tracting the attention or health-s?ckers.capltnlisis,
farmers, mec?anles, and emigrants generally, to
our own Sunny South, and will thus help to build
up our country and enhance the market value or
The property disposed or In this manner I* sit?
uated partly wlthinMhe corporate limits or Aiken,
abd ts nuder ashigh a sut a of cultivation as any
place in tho State. Besides* embracing one bf the
most celebrated Orchards and Vineyards In the
South. This property, valued at
NINETY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
will soon be awarded to stockholders, and is val?
uable either for residence or to own as au invest?
ment, being now In demand bv Northern peuple.
1st Prize-Twenty-Ave Thousand Dollars, j
2d Pr.ze-Ten Thousand f>"Ji.rs.
3d Prize-Six Thousand Dollars.
4th Prize-Thirty-five Hundred Dollars.
stn Prize-Three Thousand Dollars.
6th Priz**-Twenty five Hundred Dollars.
7th Prize-Fifteen Hundred Dollars.
And tightv-seven other Prizes, aggregate value
Every shareholder gets a premium snre.
Every one remitting $5 becomes a shareholder, I
and receives at once, by return mail, one of the
fellowing superb Wot ks or Art. together with a
ticket In the above great distribution:
The large and heauilful Steel Engraving, "The
Mar iageor Pocobontas," ou heavy plate paper,
Or, the Ane Chromo, entitled "An American
Autumn,"priuted lu oil, with 21 colors, tims, Ac,
or. plate paper, 25x35 inches.
. Or, the elegant Steel Engraving, entitled "The
Day We Celeb ate," on heavy p.ato paper, size
Or. the elegant S'eei Plate Engraving, entitled
"The LanUng or Columbus," on heavy plate pa?
per, size :.'6x38. '
Terms to Agents and Clubs rurnislie.1 on appli?
For description or the valuable Real Estate, Pri?
zes, Ac, send Tor catalogue.
Remittances Tor shares should be made with
Postofflce Money Order, or Currency, in registered
letter. Address J. H. DERBY.
General Manager. Augusta, Us.,
Postofflce Kev Box No. 334.
Office corner Reynolds and Jackson streets.
Res dents in Charleston or vicinity demring
shares, can leave their orders with Mr. CHARLES
HICKEY, No. 345 King street, where specimens or
ihe Premiums can be seen. janil-stnthS
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL OS DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will sall
for New York on THURSDAY. January 26th. at
4 o'clock. P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Bnlon Wharves,
connecting with Day Passenger Trains from Co?
lumbia and Augusta arrlvlBgat hair-past 8 P. M.
Insurance by Steamers of this Line a per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very fine state-room accommodations, apply oo
WAGNER, HUGER * CO., No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No; 1 Union Wharves.
THE REGULAR STEAM LINE- WEEKLT.
The Iron Screw Steamship
Will be dispatched for Philadelphia on
SATURDAY, 28th of January, at 12
M., from Brown's North Wharf.
jg-Throagh Bills LadlBg will be issued to Bos
t0For Freight, engagements or passage, having
good cabin accommodations, applyio
WM. A. COURTENAY.
jan24-tuthfB4 No. 1 Union Wharf.
BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN ROYAL MAIL
STEAM PACKET CO.
Table of sailings for LIVERPOOL via
FROM BOSTON VIA NEW TORE.
SIBERIA.Wednesday, Jan. ll
ALEPPO.Wednesday, Jan. 18
BATAVIA...i.Wednesday, Jan. 26
FROM NEW TORE, DIRECT.
ALGERIA.Wednesday, Jan. ll
CALABRIA. Thursday, Jan. 12
AHy.'-SINIA.Wednesday, Jan. 18
SIBERIA. Thursday, Jan. 10
CUBA.Wednesday, Jan. 26
ALEPPO. Thursday, Jan. 26
KESSIA.Wednesday, Feb. 1
BATAVIA.Thursday, Feb. 2
CHINA.Wednesday, Feb. 8
PALMYRA.Thursday, 1 eb. 0
RATES OF PASSAGE EBOM NEW YORE.
By Wednesday steamers, carrying only cabin
Single Ticket?-First Cabin, $130 gold; Second
Cabin, $80 gold.
Return Tickets-First Cabin, $250 gold; Second
Cabin, $160 gold.
By Thursday and Saturday steamers, carrying
Cablu and Steerage Passengers.
Single Tickets-First Cabin, $80 gold; Steerage,
$30 currency. Return Tickets, $160 gold.
Parties d?sirons of bringing oat their friends
from Europe will please apply to
WILLIAM KOACH A CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
General Agents, Charleston, S. C.
JpACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPI'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above une leave rier^?ftS?
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal
street, Sew York, at 12 O'Clock noon, of the 4ta
and 20th of every month (except when these
dates fallon Sunday, then the Saturday preced
inc. ? ?"
Departure of the 20th connect at panama with
steamer? for South Paclho and Central American
norts. Those of 4th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship AMERICA leaves San Francisco for
Japan and China February 1,1871. ~
No California steamers touch at navan a, but
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL
one hundred pounds baggage free to each adult
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
york. F. R. BABY, Agent.
-pOR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
The Steamer GENERAL MANI- P .^ffi^ifc
G A ULT, Captain li. S. Cordes, Will tfBB p
continue to receive freight this day. on widme
Atlantic Wharf, and leave ia above TO-MORROW
MORN INO, January 25th.
SHACKELFORD k KELLY, AgentB,
Jan24-1 _No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
?piOR SAVANNAH VIA PACIFIC LAND?
ING AND BEAUFORT.
The fast sailing Steamer PILOT ? , ?;fr**k,
HOV, Captain J. W. Sly, will leave?g?S??SSSm
ceutral Wharf for above places every MUNDAY
MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY will leave Savannah every
TUESDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock. Beaufort and Pa?
ne Landing same day. J. D. AIKEN k CO.,
DOV29_Agents, Central Wharf.
JpOR BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC LAND?
ING, FENWICK'S ISLAND, COFFIN'S POINT,
PORT ROTAL RAILROAD WHARF, PARIS
ISLAND LANDING, STATION CREEK,
AND OTHER LANDINGS WHERE IN?
DUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED.
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain _ ,^Jt^a>
J. W. My, will sall for above points Js??mSBLm
every THURSDAY MORNINO, at 8 o'clock, and when
inducements offer will touch at any of the above
Will leave Beaufort on FRIDAY MORNING, touch?
ing at Pacific Landing. J. D. AIKEN A Co.,
nov 20 Agents.
OR F LOR IDA,
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The steamer DICTATOR, Captain
George E. McMillan, will sall from,_
Central Wharf for above points every-TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8 o'clock, arriving back ar, Charles?
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Captain D. B. Vin?
cent, will will from Ceutral Wharf for above polnti
every FRIDAY EVENINO, at 8 o'clock, arriving
back at Charleston WxdNSSDAY AFTERNOON, at t
RAVEN EL A CO., Agents,
octio No. 5 Central Wharf.
"^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BT DAYLIGHT. .
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH, DA RI EN AND
The favorite Steamer
ELIZA II Av IV C O X ,
Captain. L, W. BURNS,
will receive Freight at South Atlan- m _-?>r^w
tlc wharf for above points everymSaSSStBBC
TTE80AY, and leave on every WEDNESDAY MOHN
INO, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same
evening, and leaving Tor Derlen, kc, the follow?
ing morning. Returning, will leave Savannah fo;
Charleston every MONDAY MORNINO, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply to
RA VEN EL. HOLMES A CO.,
sepio No. 177 East Bay.
pOR FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
PALATKA AND POINTS ON THE
ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer ELIZA HANCOX.Cap- _ .-?fl^j^
tain L. W. Barns,will receive Frelght?j?n|BC
tor thc above points, at South Atlantic wnari.
TO-MORROW. (Tuesday) the 24th instant, and leave
on WEDNESDAY MORNING, the 25th instant, at 7
Connecting at Savannah with Florida steamers,
Passengers and Freight will have dispatch to all
poluta In Florida at as low rates as by any other
For engagements, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES k CO.,
jan23-2 No. 177 East Bay.
The British Brig FLORA, Milford; Mas-"??3^ .
er, having nearlv- all her c&rgo engaged,3SGK
rants 800 balea to complete same, For. Freight
c 5m, apply to HUNT BROS. A CO.,
janM_ Atlantic Wharf.
pOR BOSTON-MERCHANTS' LINE. .
The Begular ilrst-class Packet Schooner
. W. ALLEN, Doa ne. Master, wants 260}_
isles of cotton and light freight to fill np anc
eave promptly. WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
The Flrat-slass British Bark . 1'UMURI,
For Freight engagements, apply to
jamo R. T. WALKER, Boyce A Co.'s Wharf.
The first-class Al British Bark JAMES Jg?j
TES, Thomas Carroll, Master.havlng three- SSm.
[narters of ber cargo engaged, will havo lm
nedlate dispatch for above part.
For Freight engagements, apply to
janl9-6 GEO. A. TRENHOLM A SON.
P 0 R F O R T- -S-U M T ER.
The Steamer P0C0S1N, Captain W. _ .?IT** h.
B. Gannon, will leave as nh'"-?Sma?Sm
?very TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at 13
J'clock, from Market Wharr. foot of Market street.
Returning at a quarter-past 2 o'clock.
Jan24-1_J. H. MURRAY, Agent.
pOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF, S. 0.,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
The steamer MARION, Captain W.
F. Adair, ls now receiving Freight an,_
Accommodation Wharr. and will leave on
Dt Y NIGHT, the 24th instant.
Freight and Warrage prepaid.
For engagements, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
Jfln23-2 No. 177 East Bay.
CHER AW AND DARLINGTON BA.1L
.. ROAD COMPANY.. "
SCPERISTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHERAW, S. C., January 21,1871. J
On and arter MOND AT next, the 23d Instant, the
roliowing Schedule will be ron by the trains on
this Road :
LeaveCherawat..'....6:45 A. M.
Leave Cash's at.7:15 A. Ml
Leave Society Hill at.7:60 A. M.
Leave Dove's at.8:35 A. M.
Leave Darlington at.0:10 A. M.
Arrive at Florenc? at..-.10 A. M.
Leave Florence at.;.0 P. M.
Leave Darlington at.....6:50 P. M.
Leave Dove's at.7:30 P. M.
Leave Society Hill at.8:10 P. M.
Leave Cash's at......-.8:4? P. M.
Arrive at Cheraw at.j.8:16 P. M.
These trains make close connections at Florence
with the trains to and from charleston, and to
and from Ringville.
Passengers for wilmington and the NOT th will
remain at Florence from 10 A. M. until 6:45 P. M.
S. S. SOLOMONS, Superintendent.
tty Marlon, Sumter. Durllngton, Cheraw,
Kingstrce, Manning, and Wartesboro' papers will
copy. _ _Jan23
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY, \
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 21,1871, )
On and after MONDAY, the 23d Instant, tin fol?
lowing schedule will be run by the Trains on this
Leave Charleston.12 M.
Arrive at Florence.6.20 P. M.
Leave Florence.10.16 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 3 30 P. M.
Leave Charleston. 6.30 P. M.
Arrive at Florence..11.46 P. M.
Leave Florence. 2.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.7.30 A. M.
There will be no Train leaving Charleston at
6.30 P. M. on SUNDAYS, nor any arrive at 7.30 A.
M. on MONDAYS.
The Day Express Trains make close connections
with the Trains to and from the Cheraw and Dar?
Both Trains make close connections at Florence
with the Through Trains to and from Northern
Cities. S. s. SOLOMON:?,
Jan21_Engineer and -Superintendent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAlLKUAl .
VICE-PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 18,1871. j
On and after SUNDAY, January 22, the Passen?
ger Trains on 'ne SvilSu -Jt-rjuna Railroad will
rue as follows:
Leave Charleston.12.50 p. M.
Arrive at Augusta. 8.15 P. M.
Leave Cnarleston. 8.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.40 P. M.
Leave Augusta. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 3.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.12.16 P. M.
Arrrlve at Charleston. 7.50 P.M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRES8.
Leave Charleston. 8.30 P. M
Arrive at Augusta. 7.05 A. M.
Leave Augusta. 6.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 6.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS,
Leave Charleston. 7.1Q P. M.
Arrive at Columbia. COOA. M.
Leave Columbia. 7.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 6.45 A. M.
STUMER VILLI TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.4.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..6.00 P. M.
Leave Summerville. 7.co A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.15 A. M.
Leave Camden.9.50 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.........1.20P.M.
Leave Ringville. 2.3 J P. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.00 P. M.
JanlO_A. L. TYLER, vice-President.,
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run dally as
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.20 P. M.
Connecta at Savannah wiih tlx- Atlantic A Gull
Railroad fur Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and al.'
points lu Florida.
Wltn Central Railroad 'or Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile, New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats for points on the Savannah
At Charleston with thc Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and West.
Through Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels
m Charleston; Sere ven House, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket offices North and South,
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and all points l*youd.
Through Bills or Lading Issued to Jacksonville,
Tariff an low as by any other Une.
C. S. GADSDEN,
oe to Engineer and Superintendent.
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOR SALE BY
E. E. BEDFORD, King street,
C. D. AHRENS A CO., King street,
B. FELDMANN A CO., King street,
And by Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
gUPERIOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured and fer sale by
Dr. FL BABB,
oe u 181 Meeting street.
THE GREAT FERTILIZER
ij A FOR S ALE BY
FOR COTTON AM) ALL CROPS," :
THE UNPARALLELED SUCCESS OF THIS
gre-.t FERTILIZER cn ALL CROPS proves lt to
be the BEST land j CHEAPEST Mannie sew offer?
ed In the market.
It has been used by many of the most emi?
nent Planters in the Smith, and
IN EVERY SINGLE INSTANCE -IT HAS GIVES
ENTIRE SATISFACTION. . ,
OniCOTTON its effects? have been particularly
marked. It ls no rare thing for WH ANN'S PHOS?
PHATE to Increase the yield from ONE HUN
DBED?tO TWO HUNDRED PER CENT., or even
more. ' _ ? -:
. Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent planter "of
Cameron, Ga, says in a letter to the Banner or the
South, November 26, that in an experiment with
seven leading Superphosphates and Guanos, the
WHANN'S proved Itself-the heit of all those
tried, paying a NET/PROFIT (even, at the pres?
ent low price of Cotton,) of $20 so per acre px
Cotton. A copy of Mr. .Dixon's, fetter, .giving
detaiii,|will be furnished on application. j
rara, mum & co.,
CHARLESTON, S. C., AND AUGUSTA, GA.
dec2l-w8tu8mos . ' 1 c
TO FACTORS AND PLANTERS !
Th? nnders'gned bejs to inform his customers and the public that, in addition to his Works'at
Savannah, he his established extensive Superphosphate Works at the WAPPOO MILLS, opposite thib
city, which are now In active oporatlon, manufacturing his weil k ?own fertilizers, the
P HOS PH O- PERU VIA N
.AND - ., :
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANOS,
AND WHERE HE WILL ALSO KEEP ON HAND
1 PERUVIAN GUANO,
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHAT?, lr
of the highest ?trade from lils Ashepoa Mines, (crude and ground,) analyzing over sixty per cent, of
Bone Phosphate ol Lime;and t;
LAND PLASTER . -
These Wo.ks have been opened under the Inspection of Dr. c. C.- SHEPARD. Jr.. Insoector of
Fertilizers for Soul!) Cardim, ind every putlt.iu'e will bear his brand certify m g to Its inspection. .
Uulformltv of finality quarante d and prices reduced. "
Messrs. G. A. .TRENHOLM & SON, General Agents,
Messrs. GRAESER A SMITH, Agents,
j. CHARLESTON, S. C.
. J. B. SAR "DY. ?j
CORNER EAST BAY AND BROAD STREETS, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
?ine ?recedes, &t.
(LATE CORTTIN'S^ ^?T?UjT?
AND "' '
HEADQUARTERS FOB SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER ,w ?
PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES . ,**
. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, ia*
BISCUITS; Ac Ac.
N. B.-I CLAIM TO KHEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
FAMILY GROCERIES TN THIS CITT.
c n o i c E
F A M I L ?
E. E. BEDFORD,
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 KING-STREET,
. AND VERY OLD
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
TX '.^' . '"
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars Provisions, Spices, &01
HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS,
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, ?c.
All articles sold from this establishment are or the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED.
Goode leUvered to all parts of the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.
EVERY E. BEDFORD. )
GEO. H. G RU BER. f
SEND FOR A
/JAS. S. MARTIN,
i WM. G. MOOD, 3B.
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
H. BISCHOFF & CO.,
H. KLATTE & CO.,
J. A. QUACK EN BUSH,
WAGENER A MONSEE9,
MANTOUE & CO.
WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCB
are the best In use.
For Bale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. All tinin o:
I Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, (white,
black and colored,) Silk, Oil, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as usn al. Circulars and samples or
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer in First Class Sewing ma
chines and Material, No. 30T King stree;,
angil Charleston. S. C.
FAIRBANKS df CO.,
Na -?62 Broadway. New York.
No. 166Ballimore street, Baltimore.
No. 63 Camp street, New Orleans.
FAIRBASKS, BROWN & CO.,J
No. 118 Milk street, Boston.
For sa e by leading Hardware Dealers, J wjj , A
A Niw Dnatviiri.
It act? on a
no muddy or
ter requires no
die skin or the
fmftr atrt*m is
for thc timbrara
*W tmrhjJLlx a, to ?il
snd pumwses, A nw
warranted to eKt? ? c&anjpe
in thc color of thchajr wwi
io dir* after the
Sold at whole*** ky
DO WIE, MOISE * DAVIS, : i
Wholeuta Draggieta, Mee tint oorner BAselitteeT.