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Just Too Late.
The dusky shae ows filled the empty chamber,
And played at bo-peep with them where they
Stood watching how with each slow-dying ember
Faded the old time and the ancient good.
Prone down upon the floor they sat; the flrB
Cast a rich glow over her bended beau ;
And to himself, "Whftt bound3 to the desire
Tam cari capitis ?? he softly said.
..What did you say ?" she asked. "Nay, nothing,
Th??vwhen yon go, the world ls cold ant' wide,
And VI think, will be a little lonely.?
Then they both ceased from words and either
Ont of the darkening corners now, grotesquer
Than e'er before, the shadows peeped and
Ami one drew near, like some grey-hooded
Among his gayer fellows shunned and feared.
And, looking at her under furtive eyelids, "
He saw her tender mouth droop aHd mused
"Is it for me I Now If she raise those shy lids
And glance this way, I wonder if I dare !"
O, fainfrand fearful heartl thine hour ls ever,
Which not for human doubt doth pause or walt.
?.What, children, all alone t? Oh, fooliBh lover,
For life's supremest chancea just too late I
[Barton Gray, in Appleton's Journal.
COMMERCIAL y Erv a.
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Sailor Frince
1471 bales npland cotton, lia toes-phosphate rock.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Fall River-107
bales cotton, 183 bales yarn, 373 obis rosin, 14
hhds Iron, and sundry packages.Per sehr Ella
Mattbewes-1S5 tc ns old iron, 38,000 feet lumber.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea GnU-loo tes
rice, 176 bales cotton, 8 'baies domestics, 5 bales
and 1 hud hides, 6 rolls leather, 5000 reet lumber,
27 packages sundries.
Vile Charleston Cotton, Klee and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS. 1
FRIDAY EVENING, February 24,1871 j
COTTON.-The better qualities of the staple were
ta steady request, and prices in many cases
showed more Btrength, while the lower grades
were only sought after on easier terms and when
In bayer's favor. Sales about 1200 bales, say 8 at
10?, 3 at ll, 21 at lix, iso at 12,163 at XSJi; 33 at
12?, 125 at 12?, 12 at 13,61 at 13?, 15 at Ujf, 40
at 13?, 9 at 14, 51 at 14?, 39 at 14?, 10 at 14?, 111
at 14?, S20 at 14?, 61 at 14?, 31 at 14?, 23 at 15c. I
We quote: . "
Ordmary to good ordinary.12 @13?
Strict middling...*... .14?@15
RICH.-This grain was Armer, with an upward
tendency. Sales about 125 tierces of clean Caroli?
na, say 10 tierces at 7?, 44 at 7?, and TO at 7?c.
H m. We quote common to fair at 7@7?c; good
??@7?c. ft rb;
NATAL STORES.-There were no sales of note.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands; via New Vori, ?ri on up?
lands, lil@l?d on sea Islands ; by sall
7-10 on uplands, ?d on sea islands,
To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New Turk,
by steam, Kc on uplands and ?c on sea
^islands; tl 75 ft tierce on rice; by sat), ?c fi lb on
cotton;-fl tierce on rice; 40c ? barrel on rosin ;
$T@3 ft Mon lumber; $9@10 ft M on timber. To
-Boston, by sail, ?c ft lb on upland cotton.
To providence, by sail $8. ft M on boards; kc
9 lb on. cotton; by steam $l ft bale on New '
York rates. To PhUadelphla, by steam, y,c ft lb
cn uplands; by sail, $7 ft M on beards; $9 on
timber; $3 fi ton oh clay, and $3@3 so cn phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, ?c ft te by
sail, fe50@7 ft Mon boards; $?@3 25ft ton ou
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. G., Danen and .catina Hiver, Ga
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern porta, and $10
612 fi M axe the rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 20?@20?.
DOMESTIC EXOBANOX. - The banks purchase
Bight ?hecks at ?@? off, and sell at par.
markets by Telegraph.
MONET MARKETS. J /
LTVEBPOOL, February 24.-Noon.-Consols 91?.
NEW YORK, February 24-Noop.-Freights quiet.
Stocks strong, but not active. Governments dull
and steady. State bonds dull. South Carolinas,
old very weak. Gold steady at ll?'. Money easy
at Sa4. Exchange 9?; short lo?.
Evening.-Freights active; on wheat, by sail,
60 ; on cotton ?d; on corn, by steam. Td; on cot?
ton 5 i-6(i. Money very abundant. Stirling dall
and unchanged. Gold ll?. Governments very
dull, but miff. States nominal; old SouthCaro- j
linas very weak. Georgias strong. Tenntssees .
64?: new 64. Virginias 85?; new CO?. Louisl-' ,
auf? 69; new 61. Levees 72; eights 85. Alabamas
99?; fives 67. Georgias 62; sevens 90. North
Carolinas 48?; new 27?. South Carolinas 65; ;
NEW ORLEANS, February 24.-Sterling 21?. .:
Sight ? discount. Gold ll?. 1
COTTON MARKETS. ?
LIVERPOOL, February 24-Noon.-Cotton quiet 1
and steady; uplands 7?d; Orleans 7?d- sales ,1
10,000 bales; for the week 84,000 bales; exports 1
17,000 bales; speculation 50C0 bales: stock T64.0C0
bales; American 4CO,ooo bales; receipts 93,000
bales; American 52,000 bales; actual exports 17,
ooo bales. !
Evening.-Cotton qniet; sales 12,600 bales; ex
ort and sp?culation 2000; March, April and May
ellveiy from Savannah and uh aries-ton, 7?d for
uplands; May delivery from New Orleans, 7?d for
Orleans middling ; stock afloat J44,oto bales; Amer?
ican 290.000. Yams and fabrics steady.
NEW YORK. February 24-Noon.-Cotton steady;
uplands ?5al5?c; Orleans 15?c; sales -JOGO bales.
Evening.-Conon Lu good demand with full
prices; sales 6000 bales; middlings 15?c.
BOSTON, February 24.-Cotton dull; middlings
I5?c; net receipts 161 bales; gras 820; soles 200;
stock 7000; net receipts of the wt ek 1507 ; gross
11519 ; sales or the week 1800.
BALTIMORE, February 24.-.'otton firm; mid- <
dungs i5?c; gross receipts ?0 bales; exports
coastwise loo; sales 400; stock 15,465 bales; net re- -
ceipis of tho week l&o; gross receipts 2076; ex?
ports coastwise ceo; sales or the week 2290.
Crrr POINT, February 24.-Net receipts of the
week 569 ba: .3.
PROVIDENCE, February 24.-Net receipts of the
week 53 bales.
NORFOLK, February.24. -Obiton firm:mkldlings
13?ais?c; nit receipts 1270 balts; exports to
Great Biltaln 581; coastwise 1266; sales 3*0; net
. receipts for the week 10,sis; exportB to Great
Britain 581; coastwise 12,860; sales for the week
ISOO; stock 4769.
WILMINGTON, February 24.-Cotton .Arm; mid?
dlings He; net receipts 274 bales: exports coast?
wise 859; sales 25; stock 4247; receipts of the week,
1902; exports to Great Britain 430; coastwise 1195; :
sales of the week 636.
SAVANNAH, February 24.-Cotton steady and In :
fair demand; middlings I4?c; net receipts 2376
bales; exports coastwise 1121; sales 1500; stock
97,277; net receipts of the week 1S.037; exports to 1
Great Britain 10,062; Continent 6031; coastwise
6832; sales of the week 6000.
MoEiLE,FebruaryJS4,-Colton receipts of the week
3869 bales; total receipts 4044; exports coastwise
1967; sales to-day.jBOO; stock on hand S0.924; mar?
ket firm; middlings. 14?c; net?receipts of thc
week 16,720; gross' receipts lesjfi; exports to
Great Britain l2,08^rtiiGori;inent^3CiOi cpas;twise
2638; sales 8000. Z
GALVESTON, Fcbruary?A-Cotto?Tlrra?goodor- 1
dinaty 12?ai2?c; net receipts 1469 bale?5xpoits 1
to Great Britain 700; to the Cominan; 1410: coast
Wise 356; sales ooo; stock 57,315 fnet receipts-of t:.e
weeic 933i:exports to Great Brtcalo 13,307; conti?
nent 1410* coastwise 410; sales oNbe week 4908.
KBWVORLEANS, February 24-J2f>twm steady;
mm tl linga ;4?ul4?c; net receipt s 7478-baies ; gross
. T720; sports to-Great Britain 8089, Bremen 3754, ,
Barcelona 6643; salen .8000; stock 288,972; net re ;
celpts for the week-6B,3"8; gi?ss~60,4iiO; exports to ;
Liverpool 83.500, Cork 2871, Bremen 10,968, Baree-. '
lona 5054, Baltic 3100, Vera Cms 464; coastwise
?156; sales for the week 50,000.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS. .
LIVERPOOL, February 24-Noon.-Oom' 35s 6d.
Pork 96B 6d; Cumberland cut 49s; short rib 5s 6d. .
Evening.-Pork dall. Lard 60s. Bacon declin?
LONDON, February 24.-Tallow 44s td.
NEW York, February 24-Noon.-Flour quiet \
and unchanged. Wheat, quiet and steady, corn
dull and unchanged. Pork dull at $22 50. Lard 1
quiet. Turpentine quiet at 54c. Beam quiet at
$2 60a2 65 for strained.
Evening-southern flour steady at $6 65; com?
mon to gooi extra $710; good to choice ? isa
8 75. Whiskey raore-acttce at 9l?a92c. Wheat
90-bttter with more.export deman-i; winter red . '
and amber Western ?i coal cs- Corn a sh -de 1
Jinner, at 83a85c. Mess pork a shade firmer at
$22 25a2ti-50. Beer steady. Lard more active- ?
kettle 13?c. Naval stores quiet. Tallow steady.- J
NEW ORLEANS, Pebroary '?i.-Flour scarce and '
In good export demand; superflue $6 so; double '
Xl; treble $7 2Sa7 50. 'Corn, wMte 74c, Oats 32c.
Bran $1 20al 30. Hay, prime $24a2S. Pork, mess
$23 25. B.1C0U dull; sugar-cured hams I6?al7c. ;
Lard, tierces I2?ai3>?c; s earn rendered to rc- j
flood kegs 14?c. Sugar in good demand; good ;
common 7?c; prime 9?o9?c. Molasses, prime 1
45aS2c. Whiskey dull: Cincinnati rectified 90a$l. ,
Coffee, prime I5?a!5?c. :
New York Rice ."Harket, j
From the Dally Bulletin, February 21 : There is !
not much doing at the moment but the market i
remains firm, buoyant If anything on prime, and
very little stock eirei lng either of domestte or for- !
elga. Sales of 60 tierccB carolina. In lots, at 8a ?
V& Ti!i2;0 ?ag? ^soon at 7Kc currency and
$3 40 gold, la bond. 1
From tbe Journal or Commerce : Rice remains
Arm. Tb ere is r. ralr Inquiry from grocers, and
the small supplies sustains the confidence or
Holders; 60 tierces domestic sold at 8a3)ic, and
200 bags Rangoon at $3 40, gold, for lots in bond,
add :ac currency, for lots duty paid.
From tbe World : The market remains quiet
and prices nominally unchanged at 7J?a8J?o for
Carolina, aud 7a7??c rot Rangoon.
From the TimtB: Rice has been scarce and
firm, with a fair jobbing inquiry noted. Carolina
$8.i8 "5, and Rangoon, free, at $7a7 lsjff, per loo
WILMINGTON, Febrnarv 23. - Cerros. - The
market during the early part or the week was
very quiet, but on Mondav abettor reeling was
manltested. which w?3 noticeable up to Wednes?
day, when, though the advices rroin New York
were or aa unfavorable character, the market
closed quiet and steady, with a very fair demand
ror good grades. Tris morning-sales were very
readily effected, but the market dosed quiet, wita
soles of 125 bales at quotations below. The sales
during the v.cek reach 667 bales, which ls consid?
ered quite a fair avei age ror the season. We have
no chance to report in prices since our last, the
entire business having been at a basis of 13)?c per
lb for low middling. We quote: Ordinary 12c;
good ordinary I2>ial3c; low middling 13Wc per
lb. In consequence of the non-iecelpt of Itaes of
midd Hog ror the week, we are without quotations
for that grade, but for a good article 14c could be
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The market ha? ruled
firm, with a gradual upward tendency through?!,
the week. Thc stock ls chiefly In second hands,
1000 cask3 or which was sold early In the week at
50c per gallon. Tree on board a foreign vessel char?
tered to toke lt, leaving a small stock on marget,
andthe light arrivals necessarily confine opera?
tions to rather narrow limits. Our latest advices
on Wednesday evening reported the market very
firm, with 49^c free* offered, but holders are
very firm In thei- views, and will not operate at
figures below 5Cc per gallon. To-day the market
closed firm at 50c.
RosiN.-The receipts or this article have be?
come very light, the season being nearly C:Osed.
and the stock or lower grades-strained particu?
larly-are mostly in second hands, where, In anti:
clpation or higher rates, they are firmly held,
notwithstanding an active Inquiry exists. Tho
flDer grades are in very me";re receipt and stock
and sell at fair prices when offered. The sales
are as follows: Friday, 200 bbls strained at $2
and 2086 do low No. 3 at S2 05; Saturday, 459bbls
at $2 io ror No. 2 and $3 75 Tor No. 1; Monday, no
sales-52 05 rreelv onered ror strained, but held
higher: Tuesday," 1800 bbls at $2 05 lor strained.
S3 25 for extra No. 2. aud $2 75 for No. 1; Wed?
nesday, no sales reported-?oefcs firmly held for
advance. Thursday, Bmall sales at $2e5 lor
strained-all per 280 pounds.
CRCHE TURPENTINE.-Wc arc without any new
advices In this article. The market remains drm
at rormer quotations. $3 26 ror hard and $3 10 for
sort, and tue receipts are promptly taken.
TAP?-Up tn Wednesday the market ruled stea
flv at la-t quotations, but on that day a decline of
5c tock place, and to day a still Inrther decline of
5c. The s-aies foot up 703 bbls at $1 50, $1 .isal f>0
per bM. in water-market cloding duli at inside
Interior Cotton Market*.
COLUMBIA. Fel.rua,. ?Z.-seles of cotton yes
terdav mimics; middling 13Xar3?c.
TOURVILLE, February 22.-Market dull at
ROCK HILL. February 21 -The depression in
other markets has caused a decline o' a to y9a
during the week, and middling cannot be quoted
at over 13 ct?. Stained and low grades dull ut O;?
to ll ct*.
COLUMBUS, February 22 -Sales or cotton 290
bales; receipts. 335 bales: shipments, 57 bales.
MONTGOMERY, February 22.-Owing to the
observance or Ash Wednesday, in Liverpool and
the 220 or February in New York, we have no
market : snorts to-day.
.SELMA, February 23.-There were.saleayester?
day to the ?mount or 125 bale.-.; low middling
lc.'ic: ?trier good ordinary 13A?C The demand
was light, and the market closed easier.
Hetti pt? by Railroad, February
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1130 bales cotton. 28 t aies goods, l car stock.
To Railroad Agent, PiLter, Bougera A co, A J Sa?
linas. G ll Walter A co. T P Smith. Kinsman k
Howell, W B Wluianu k Son, caldwell A son. L I)
DeSaussure. Gaillard A :<ir.o:t. ningle A Son. G
W Witte. Mowry A Son, G W Williams A co, W K
Ryan. Frost k Adger, w O (tee A co, Wl?s A co,
W B Wilhams A Sou, W C Courtney 4 co, and G
A i rec h. lm A Son.
SOUTHEASTERN lt tll.r.OAb.
85 bales cotton. 20 bbls naval stores, cars wood
and lumber, rice, peas, redie. Ac. To G W Wil?
liams A co, Caldwell A Son, Fir st A- Adger, T P
Smith. Wilcox. Gibbs A co, W c Courtney A co,
A J Salinas. S Thomas, W C Bee i co. J A Quack
enbush, A w Thames, ? Wlerers, F Wehmunu, il
A Due, Holmes & co. Pelzer, Rodgers A co,'SI. at;
k Stegnlons, MrsE P Lucas. E Welling. II F Baker
A co, F Brown, Railroad Agent, aud Order.
Ter steamer Pilot Key. from Beaufort, Pacific
Lauding and Chisolin's Landlnc, fi c-F W Krane.
JJ Wright, P L Wiegln. Captain Perry and wile.
MIKS Danu, .Mrs I) Callahan. W Ryan, s Mclutyre.
WSooiney, J t ullen, E A Mnrshall, Captain Lank
aman, captain Armstrong, R narry, s Spears, s
P Buckley, and 18 deck.
Full Moou, 5lh. 8 houri, 4-J inmutes, morn:;:.-.
Las' Quarter. 12r.h. 9 ::o:::s. lu minutes, morning
Sew Mute 19:h 8 hems, it? minutes, morning,
first Quarter, 27th. 5 hoars, is mluutes, morn g.
Ml Sun dav.
sex. J KU I yoo: awn
RUES. JETS. IR. A P. W.\7E?
0..30 I 5. J.S
6..37 i 6..60
G.. 35 .'...51
6..32 ! 5..C4
7.. 2 i 8..43
3.. 1 ! -9..18
. S..&S j 9..53
9..54 : 10..34
ll. .45 H..63
morn. I -morn.
M J. ii IXE XE tra.
CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 25
Sehr Ja;on, Willey. New York-7 days. Mdse.
To W Roach A co, J B.Sai dy, and S U Railroad
tsclrr Ann S Deas, Garbatti, West Point Mill. 73
tierces rice. To Coheu, Hauckel k co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Sly, Beaurort, Chlsolm'a
Landing and racine Landing. Sundries. To J D
Aiken A co, D McPherson, Campbell A McBride,
C R M A co, and D Ci ila han.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton. Baltimore-Paul C
Steamship Fall River, Hinckley, Philadelphia
W A Courtenay.
British bark Sailor Prince, McManus, Liverpool
Sehr Jiutthews, McElwee, i'hiiadelphla-H F
Baker k co.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore.
Steamship Georgia, dowell, Sew York
Steamship Fall River, Hinckley, Philadelphia.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, Boston, February 2".,
UP FOR THIS POI'.T.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wiatt, at Boston, February
Schi Je.-Me S Clark, Clark, at Philadelphia Feb?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
SCITLA Daneucower, Grace, at Philadelphia,
Febn ai y 20.
SAVANNAH, February 2L-Cleared, ships Cyno?
sure, J s Dlmmock, ottowa, lor Liverpool: bark
John Campbell, Bremen; sehr Somerset Baracoa.
Arrived, steamship Leo, from New York; sehr
Henry Allan, Baltimore.
The f-chr Fannie A Bailey, Locke, from Chis
Bini's Island. S C, for Wood's Hole, sti led from
Newport February 20.
LI8T OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SA?LKD FOR TOiz TOR
Ship Arracan, Spencer, sailed.Jan io
ship Tranquebar, Harward. sailed.Jan 21
Ship Canova, Lesack, sailed.Feb 8
Bark Annte Kimball, SUncon, cleared.Jan 20
Bark Florence Chipman, Jone?.Jan 25
NEWPORT. EN I!.
Rte G H Bevan, Bevau, sailed.Jan 9
rhe Oscar, Peterson, cleared.Feb o
rhe Jean Vivian, Brewer, saiied.Jan 26
Fr bark Intlme3, Gettlot, sailed.Oct 16
TAJAKOO, P R.
Sr bark Minnie, Stewart, up.Jau io
D O |(M3 STIC.
ship atv or liosta?jiryman, cleared.Feb 19
sehr S C Tyler, liarretvup.--..Feb 13
Sehr ? N Uawk:ua?t?5*tjt, jrp.,??Fcb 22
Vi "?w TO&s. -v? ,
ichr Marj Fanow. Bagley, cleared-.....Feb 16
Sehr N ff Smith, 'looker, cleared.:;;Tcb 13
geln- OH?; Hurtles, up...HTe ) 13
?ehr vapQn"tyy<r, up.;".i.rffel) 16
L S*?JV i'iiiui'rTELrtiiA.'.
Sehr E t?fcioper. Hoop?r. Up-....V?..,;..:.PN!; 13
Sehr BJLftoasae?; Corson. cleared_.-..Feb 3
?ehr A l?*<Jh>vc^T?rrTV-t?prr.. 'eb 7
sehr Jc-wflTS^Tark, Clark, no....Feb '-1
Behr ?ai.??rnt>wtr, Gra?^?olea'redj; .......Feb 20
? , , . BAjjnMOBB. *T
Br bark I^ord Baltimore, Brown, up.Feb 18
Briz M K Rowland, Rowland, cieaied.Feb ie
sehr Mary .Stow, Rankin, cleared.Feb 13
Sehr Arctic, Wondeman, up.j'eu 13
ichr 0 S Edwards, Corson, cleared.Feb 21
Sehr Elias Moore, DcGroot, up..'j.-(jb ?n
ROCK PORT, MK.
?ehr W H Thorndike, Hall, to sail. Jan 17
khr Frank A EJilly, McCobb, cleared.Feb 3
ir bark Hipparchus, Calhoun, cleared.Feb is
?p OR LIVERPOOL.
Tfl? Al British Ship "KATE TROOP,"
Crocker, Master, havitig-most? -or her cargo
engaged, will meet w 1th quick dlspatch. .
For Freight engagement apply to
febl4-tutll8l0 G. A. TRENHOLM A SON.
pO'B 'L I VE R P 0 0 L.
The Al British Bark EELTISTE. Nielsen,^?
Master, having a portion or her cargo en-2S3i
gaged and being of small capacity, will meet min
dispatch for the above port. For Freight engage?
ments apply to BOBERT MURE A COI, .
feb2i _Central Wharf.
JTOR NEW ORLEANS.
The New Al Schooner D. B. EVERETT, ?U
having three-fourths of her Cargo engaged, 23fi
will receive dispatch for the above-port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
febl7 . STREET BROTHERS & CO.
Xvi) B S ? ?V ?ORK,.
OLD LINK M EW YORK AND CHARLES?
TT t :- I?* T A B ii^Stfi 91 li -fi. -
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECS. STATE ROOMS.
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of this Line wiU sall from Adger'a South
Sarr as roBows daring the month or February.
AMPiON, SATURDAY, 25tb, at T o'clock P. M.
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY. 28th, at 12 o'clock M.
9ST Through Bills or Lading .given on Colton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest marke;
Freights on upland cotton through to Liverpool
live eighths of a penny: sea island one penny.
Upland cotton to New York H cent, sea isluud
For Freight or Passage engagements, apply to
febl-imo_JAMES Al'GKB a co.
fJIELEOUGH BILLS LADING TO AND
FROM BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIAi
BOSTON, BREMEN, *
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
Toe flneSteamship FALCON, Hayni?, ?*f?Z&!.
L'ouimandtr, will sail for Baltimore "" ^'fljtfii
Hr Philadelphia Freights forwarded :o that
ity bj railroad from Baltimore without nrt-Ji
sal insurance, and jLtonMguee* are allowed am
;vi.::me to sample and sell their Goods ,'rcm
. te.li&uroad Depot in Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
feb2j-3_No. 2 Union WnarveB.
"PACIFIC ?I.'LLL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINS 70
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
. : . ?&. M 15 ? ii
Steamers of the above Une leave P:ei\
So. ii, North River, foot of Canal._
?reet, N'-w York, at 12 o'clock noon, oi the 4tr.
anti uoth of every month (except when thee*
. lates fallon sunday, then the Saturday preced
L'eoa1 ture of the 20th connecta: Panama with
?teamera for South Pacific na-.i Central Amerlcac
ports. Those of ita touch at Manzanillo.
' Steamship vBEAT REPUBLIC leaves San Fran
cisco for. J? pan and .China March i, ISTI.'
. No CalL'ornia steamers touch at Havana, but
i- direr; from New York to Aspluwall.
: tue 'jundxetil pounds baggage .Teeto each adult .
'I'.'di.ine and attendance tree.
For Fassage Tickets or other information opp!)
ai th?1 COMPANY'S TICKET 0FF1?E, o?. the '
wharf foot of Canal street. North River. New
?ork. R. BABY, Agent.
ELEGANT STATE ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
The Splendid Steamer B'CTATOR, _ ?rTT'^w
Captain L. M. Coxetter. trill leave?^?S5HC?
soul bern Wharf on TUESUAV EVENINO. february
I*. 1671, at B.90 o'clock, for the above place.
The splendid Steamer CITY POINT, Captain D.
B. Vincent, will leave Southern Wharf for the
above place on FRIDAY EVENING. March C, 1671,
at 3.30 o'clock. RA VENE L & CO., Agents.
feb?:_' [ ._
"pOR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer PLANTER, Capt. J. T. " .-tir,,3??>t
Foster, ls now receiving freight atj-jggHBG
Accommodation wharf, und will :eu\eo"n l'Tts
DAY NIGHT, the 28th instant.
Freight and wharfage prepaid.
For freight or passag -,- haviug stateroom accom
modatiuns, apply to
RAVEN EL, HOLMES ?CO.,
fe' '25-2_No. 177 East Boy.
.po R F LORIDA,
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE. PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'? RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR. Captain p . ?.ff-?^
L. M. COXETTER, will sail ?rom ?j^BiikmU
Southern Wharf for above pointe every Yuw?Xr
KVE.NINU,at- 8.80 o'clock, arriving back at Charles?
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT. Captain D. B. vincent,
wUl sail from Southern Wharf for above point*
every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8.30 o'clock, arriving
back at Charleston WX?NR?DAY AFTERNOON, a; 6
RAVENEL A- CO., Agents,
.yrrEEELY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DARIEN AND
The ravorite Steamer
Captain L. w. BURNS,
will receive Freight at Accommoda- _. ^sT- h
tion wharf ror above points every JB38BC
TVSBDAY, and leave on ev,ery WEDKKSI>AV MUKS
INO, at 7 o'clock, arrlvin.T at Savannah tho same
evening, and Leaving for Dari?u, &c., the follow
mg morning. Returning, wilt'leave Savannah lot
Charleston every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO,,
septo_No. 177 Eas; Bar.
J1 OR SAVANNAH VIA BEAUFORT AND
The Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain . ^-HT-w
J. W. Sly, will leave Central Whari^a^S??ESC
for above points every MONDAY MORMNO, ai a
o'clock, and for Beaufort and Pacific Landing
every THURSDAY, leaving here at 8 o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
J. D. AIKEN, Agent,
febl No. ? Central Wharf.
gHAMPOOING AND HAIR GOTTING. ;
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and ai
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
Broad street, next door to Telegranh office.
PROFESSOR BERGER'S BED-BUG
Costar's INSECT POWDER
Glentworth's Roach Exterminator
Costar's Rat Poison
Isaacsen's Sure Pop-Deatn to Musquuoes.
Foraaleby DK. H. BA ER,
^ilvs No. 131 Meeting street.
A FULL ASSORTMENT just-received bj
DK. H. BABB,
' .a y5 Fo 131 Mewing wr.rewt.
mRUSSES, SUPPORTERS, Ac.
Just received, a large assortment, and for sale at
,UB. H. BAER'a .
nl<t ' ' Drag Store.
JyR. BING'S PILE REMEDY.
For sale by DR.H. BAEE.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1671.
Trains leave Charleston Daily ai 12 M. and 6:30
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3:30 P. M.
Train docs not leave Charleston 6:30 P. M., SUN
Train leaving at 12 M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acaula
Creek only, going through in 42 hours, WITHOUT
DETENTION ON SUNDAYS.
Passengers leaving by 6:30 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those'leavlng
i-RiDAYbythls Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN
DAT in Wilmington, N. C.
This Ls thc cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to cincinnati,- Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains maklDg close
connections at Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAroR, General Ticket Agent.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run daily as
Leave Charleston.8.30 A.M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.TLT6 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic ft Gui:
Railroad fdr Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and all
points In Florida.
With Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile, New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats far points on the Savannah
Riven, . . . .
At Charleston with the Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all pointe
North and West.
Through Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels
la Charleston; Screven House, Savannah; and all
.principal Ticket.?nices North and South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Pal at ka, ftc.
Tarin" as low as by any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN,
oct5 Engineer and Superintendent.
OOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
VICE-PRESIDENTS OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 18,1871. J
On and after SUNDAY, January 22, the Passen?
ger liants ou' '.iiev?ouiu owrJuua Railroad will
Leave Charleston.12.50 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.8.15 P. M.
Leave Cnarieston.:. ?-20 A M.
Arrive at Columbia. 3.40 P??.
Leave Augusta. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive ar Charleston. 3.20 P. M.
Leave Col umina.12.15 P. M.
Arrrive at charleston. 7.50 P. M.
AUGUSTA NICHT EXrRB?S.
Leave Char?eston. 8.30 P. M.
'Arrive ar Augusta.7.05 A. M.
Leave Augusta. 5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.. 5.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIOOT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.'.. 7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia. 7.50 P.M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.45 A M.
Leave Charmion.4.30 P. M
Arrive- at Summerville.6.00 P. M.
Leave Summerville. 7.oo A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 8.15 A. M.
Leave Camden. 9.50 A. M
Arrive at Ringville. .1.20 P. M
Leave Ringville.2.30 P. M.
Arrive ar itumden. 6.00 P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Ge rgla Railroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columlda Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Hal ?road.
Camden Truin connects daily with Day Passen
jaul9 A L. TYLER, vice-President.
Prngs, (Cljertncais, &z.
|^ERMA?r: SOOTHING^. CdKDlA?i !
AN INVALUABLE RE MK ti Y FOR INFANTS I
This i3 the best Medicine for young children
sufferics with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com
plaint, !m ideut to Teething, "lt may be given
with safety, as 4t contains no opium, or other in
Price, 2> cents a bottle.
Manufacture! and for salo Ly
Dr.. H. BAER.
Also by the fallowing Druggists:
A W. ECKEL A- CO., Dr. A. RAOUL.
Dr. W. A. SKRiNE. A. O. BAKBOT,
W. T. LITTLE A- CU., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN. Pr. E. ll. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM, L RAMAN ft >CUWAKE,
G. W. AIM A ?I, J. JACKWOOD,
G. J. LCHN, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON.
, And by Dracgists generally. Jan2l
DEATH TO RATS,
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED ANT;
Sold RE Wholesale by
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS.
. And ?t Tetal by all Druggist?. febl-Cmo
JJONEY CANNOT ETJ? IT!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS'!
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER & CO" New York, which are now offered
to the public, are pronounced by all the celebrated
Opticians of the world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial help to the human eye ever known.
They are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name. "Diamond," on account
of their hardness and brlulancy.
The scientiue principle on which they are con?
structed brings the core or centre of the lens di?
rectly in front of the eye, producing a clear abd
distinct vision, as in the natural, healthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such as
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac,
peculiar to all others in use. :
They are mounted in the finest- manner, tn
frames ot^herbest quality, of an materials use?
for that purpose. Their tiuisli and durabulty can
not be surpassed.
CAUTION.-None .genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamned on every frame.
. JAM RS ALLAN, I
Dealer In Watches. Jewelry, ?
Sterling silverware and Optical Goods,
No. 3o7 King street.
taiHuwsjyr Charleston. S. C.
Freckles and Tan, use PERRY'S MOTH AND
FRECKLE LOTION. The only reliable and harm
Tess rent jdy known to science for removing
brown discolorations from the Face. Prepared
only by Dr. B. c. PERRY, No^ 49 Bond street,
New York. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Whole?
sale by DOWIE, MOISE ft DAVIS, Charleston, S.
?Fine ?rocer?as, #c
BEDFORD'S LATE CORWINS GROCERY
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, w
BISCUITS, ?c., Ac. .
K. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST-EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT O?
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS cur.
f E. E. BEDFORD,
VERY ? PORE
CHOICE ' (BRANDI E-S. WINES
. " WILLIAM' S. CORWIN A CO., f
F A M I L r AND VERY OLD
No. 275 KING STREET, - .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars Pi'oviskxns, Spices, ISeo
HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS,
VEGETABLES,' MEATS, SOUPS, &C ?
AU articles sold from this establishment are of the VERY BEST QUALITY ana WARRANTED.
Goods lellvered to all parts of the City,'Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.
EVERT E. BEDF ORD.I
3E0. H. GRUBER. (
SEND FOR A
(JAS. S. MARTIN.
1 WM. G. MOOD. JR.
THE GREAT FERTILIZER TOR COTTON AND ALL CROPS.
THE UNPARALLELED SUCCES3 OF THIS
gre?t FERTILIZER cn ALL CROPS proves lt to
be thejBEST and CHEAPEST Ma?nre LOW offer?
ed m.the market.
lt has been used by maDy of the most emi?
nent Planters in the South, and
IN EVERY SINGLE INSTANCE IT HAS GIVEN
On COTTON Ita effects have been particularly
maiKed. It is no rare thing for WHANNR8 PHOS?
PHATE.to increase the yield' frcm ONE HUN
DP. EDuto TWO HUNDRED PER CENT., or even
Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent planter of
. Cameron, Ga, says In a letter to the Banner of the
South, November ce. that in an experiment with
seven leading Superphosphates and Ghanoa, the
WHANN'S proved Itsetf the best of all those
tried, paying a NET PROFIT (ewen at the pres?
ent low price of Cotton,) of $20 90 'per acre or
Cotton. A copy or Mr. DLxon's letter, giving
detalls.gwill be furnished on application.
FOR SALE BY
CliGROM, 1RR?I &CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C., AND AUGUSTA, GA.
TO FACTORS AND PLANTERS !
The undersigned begs to Inform his customers ami the public that, in addition to his Works a!
Savannah, he has established extenslve?Superphosphate Works at the WAPPOO MILLS, opposite this
city, which aie now in acive operation, manufacturing his weU known fertilizers, the
P HOS PHO-PERU VI A N
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANOS,
AND WHERE HE WILL ALSO KEEP ON HAND
No. 1 i?EKTJVIA.]V GUAN O,
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE,
orthe highfsffer.i-io from his A>hepoo Mme?, (crmle and ground,) analyzing over sixty per cent, ol
Bone Phosphate ot Lune; and
Ttiese Works have been opened under rhe Inspection of Dr. C. U. SHEPARD, Jr., Inspector of
Fertilizers for sputa Carullna. ami every pickane will bear his brand certifying to lt* inspection.
LTniionu:;y't)f quality ouaraate-.d and prices reduced.
Messrs. 0. A. TRENEIOLU A SOX, General Agents,
Messrs. G RA ES S ll A SMITH, Agenls,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. B. 8 A X D Y .
CORNER EAST BAY AND BROAD S'rRF.ETS, CUAKLESTON, S. C.
DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPANY,
AUGUSTA, G A?.
WARRANTED F#EE FROM ADULTERATION.
DICKSONIS COMroU.ND-Cash..".. S60
Time. ?City acceptance)...
DICKSONS COM TO UND-Cash
Time (City acceptance).
Dravage v> Railroad or Boat. Sacks 200 pernada each.^..$1 per ton
We use no inferior or adulterating material in our mana:aciure?. Planters are invited to visit our
Work-. Send for Circulars,
JAMES T. GARDINER, President, Augusta, Ga.
GEO. W. WITTE, Agent, Clvar-leston, S. C.
jan2?-thsttr2rao3 _ . , . /
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS !
FERTILIZING IND M1MF?CTI?RIM COMPANY
KAYE PREPARED A SPECIAL FERTILIZE* ADAPTED TO THE COTTON PLANT, UNDER
1 THE. NAME OF
WHICH THEY CLAIM TO BE OF THE HIGHEST GRADE OF FERTILIZERS SOLD IN THE SOUTH,
EQUAL IN ITS RESULT* TO PERUVIAN GUANO, AND OF MORE 'PERMANENT
. * BENEFIT TO THE SOIL.
It Vas been uaiil by SEVERAL HUNDRED PL-ANTERS in North and South
Cu ral i na and Georgia, for two Seasons; with th? following results:
IT INCREASES THE CROP FROM 100 TO 200 PER CENT.
lt resiBts drong ht in nil cases. The crop is not affected by rust.
lt matures the crop three to tour weeks in advance, thus insuring the crop against early frosts, or
in the event of a backward season for planting enibres the planter to put in bis crop three or four
weeks later, even us late as the 1st of June, with a certainty or success.
lt produces a better quality of-Cotton. <
Looking at the low price of cotton, themtelltgent planter will readily comprehend the necessity
Of using noihlug but the highest grade of Fert biers, and of strictly avoidklg those whose value has
been reduced by adulteration or tue use of cheap material* under pretence 01 meeting the low price
If his crop ls only doubled by the use of " COTTON FOOD " it will give bim from enc to two hun?
dred percent, prout on his outlay, with Cotton ar io; cents per pound, and lt will enable-him to
plant fewer acres with a corresponding reduction of l.ibor.and expense with better results.
JCS- SCO PER TON, IN SACKS, 13 TO THE TON.
j LAWRENCE SANGSTON, President, <
68 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
J. R. PRINGLE & SON, Agents, Charleston, S. C.
feb9-thstu nae . .
A NEW DISCOVERY ! I*
S?lvaf?oii for the Hair.
CLEAR AVWATER !
OPENT^niE LIGHT ! ! !
For Restoring to Grat?lair its
y Original Color!
PHALON'S " ViTALi^^iffers ut?
terly from all ??0ma\r coloring
It is lba^nd,' sweet smelling,.
. precipitates no muddy or slimy
parfs no stain^t?.tlieskm.'.Hold
it tovhe light and it is clear and
cloufcess. It leaves no mark on
the seato; yet it reproduces in
gray haTnlienaturalcolor that
time or sicKrrii^may have
bleached out of it.
is for one sole purpose,
reproducing,with absolute cer?
tainty, the natural#?or of the
hair. It is npv4ntended as a
daily <lressm?nor for removing
scurf or Jandrufr"; nor for cu?
ring halfness; nor for stimula?
ting tVe growthof the hair.
Thesf objects may be accom?
plish Jd after the color has been
fixed Vith the. Vitalia, by Pha?
lon's domical Hair Invigc
THE ViTALT>*ka harmless
and unequaled preparion for
the reproduction of lie origi?
nal hue of gray hair,?d:noth
ing else. This is accomplished,
according to me<^th of shade
required. SQ?royall druggists.
Sold at wholesale by
DOTTIE, MOISE 4 DAVIS, ?
Wholesale Druggists, Meeting corner Hasel street.
ss m\v& OCEAN
For sale by WILCOX, GIBBES A CO.. Importers
and Dealers lo GUANO. So. 143 Bay street. Savan?
nah. Ga.; Sri. 241 -Broad street, Augusta. Ga.; No.
151 EAST BA7, Charleston, S. C. For further in?
formation, itddresa as above, for southern Agri?
culturist Almanac. febi-lmo
w FIBST PEIZE.
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify the blood and 4
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Blues and all monta/ dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to* depression.
They prevent and cure bili?
ous and ot?ier JFevers, FeVer and
Ague, Chills, Diarrhoea, Dysen?
tery, Dyspepsia, Sea - Sickness,
Colic, Cholei-a, Cholera Morbus,
and every complaint inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladles will find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
pevjiiar to the sex.
HTathousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor.
64 & 66 Water Street, N. Y.
CLACIUS & WITTE,
General A?ents40r the State of So. Carolina.