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Tes-I I<l>ce Yon.
When I meet yon ca i I greet you
With a haughty little stare ?
Scarcely glancing when you re prancing
By me on the chestnut mare.
Still dissembling, though I'm trembling,
Thus yon Know we're trained and taught;
For I ?ike y on, doesn't lt stritte yon ?
Life you more than p'raps I ought 1
Yes-I like you, doesn't lt strike your
Like yon more than p'raps I ought t
When i meet yon, mnst I treat y on
AS a stranger calm end cold,
Sorter feeling, bait revealing.
Are you waiting to be tola ?
Do yon suppose, sir. that a ro;e sir.
PlckB itself to reach your breast ?
And I lise yon. doesn't lt strike \ ou?
Like yon more than all tnc rest.
Yes-I like yon, Ac.
When I meet you I conld eat yon,
Dining with my uncle John ;
Sining next you so perplexed.
You mi?: ht to g:ie->s my heart Is goap.
While I'm choking 'ils provoklog
You can mench and Utk and drink.
Though l like yon, doesn't it strike yon f
Like you more heu you may think !
Yes-I like you, Ac.
When I meet yooJ con'.d beat you
For yonr solemn face and glum.
Dont yon see, slr, you are free, slr,
I bava all tbe worst to come 1
Mothers wani ng, sister's Boorning,
Qoa'ms of prudence, pride and pelf,
Oh 1 like you-doesn't lt strike you?
Like yon more than life Itself !
Yes-I like you. doesn't lt strike yon ?
Lue you more than p'raps 1 ought.
COXHEUCIAL IfE IVS.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and ff aval
OmCS CHARLESTON NBW8, 1
SATURDAY EVENING, February 3,1872. (
Corros.-This staple was in well sustained de?
mind, the inquiry being good for high grattes
and stained qualities, with a firm market for all
kinds. Sales about 1200 bales, say 3 at 18X? 1
at 19 4 atT&J?, 8 at IE?}?', 15 at 19X. 26 at 20, 7 at
20*. 187 at 20 3-1C, 16 at 20A?, 10 at 20x, 3 at 20,YT
108 at 21, 8? at 21X, 153 at 21.--?. 22 at 21X, 132 at
?IX, 40 at 21X, 16 at 217%, 253 at 22c We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.19X@20X
Strict mlddUng. .21X<3>
Rios.-There was. a good Inquiry at firm prices.
Sales about 200 threes or clean Carolina, say 60
tierces at7X,- 47 at 7 7*16, 31 at 7X, 40 at 7X. 201
at 7X cts. We quote common to fair at 6Xa7X,
good 7X@8c ft ?.
NATAL STOKES.-There were co sales reported.
FasiGHT%-To Liverpool, by steam direct, oom 1
nalon uplands, nommai on sea Islands; via Kew
York, Xd on uplands, ld on sea Islands; by sall,
i ou-uplands, on sea Islands nominal. To
. Havre lo on uplands. Coastwtae-to New York by
steam Vc on upltnds and lc on sea Islands; $2 ?
- tierce m rice; bv sall Xe on cotton; - f? tierce ]
on rice; 40c fl barrel on rosin; $7@8 ? M on lum
-ber ; $9010 fl M on timber. To Boston, by sall-1
-Xo ft m on upland cotton. To Providence, by
?ali $8 ft Mon boards, Xe fi lb on cotton; by
?team $1 fi bale on New York rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam Xe ft Uv on uplands; by sall, $7
ft M on boards; $0 on timber; S3 per ton en clay,
and $3a$3 SO on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
-steam xe fi rb by sall, $6 50@7 ft M on boards;
4308 25 ft ton on phosphate rock. Teasels are in
demand by our merchants to take lumber freights j
.from Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and sauna River,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
ana $10012 ft M a<e the rates on lumber and
fixe H AN GK.-Sterling 60 day bids 18X
"DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are pur
"Ohaalng sight checks at X off, and sell at par. .
'-' .Marken by Telegraph.
LONDON, February 3.
Noon.-Consols S2X- Bonds 92X.
PARIS, February 3.
Noon.-Rentes 60f 10c
Nsw YORK February 8.
Noon-Stocks very strong. Governments dull,
but steady. Money 6. Geld OX* Exchange, long
S; short OK.
Evening.-Money ea=y at sae. Gold 8Xa9X.
-Governments advanced H'aX; closing doll. Now
Sooth Carolinas active; other Southerns duli, but
steady. Tennessees 65; new 65. Virginias 66;
new 66. Louisianas 67; new 50; levee sixes 62.
85. KSUTCK?^ ;
nas 60; new so. rreignMuui'!
Bank Statement.-The loans increased one and
thr. e-quarters of a million of dollars; specie de?
creased one and a quarter of a million; deposits
decreased an eighth of a million; legal tenders In?
creased a quarter or a minion.
LIVERPOOL, February 8.
! Noon.-Cotton opened sir. nz; uplands UXd,
Orleans UXd; shipping at Charleston or Savan?
nah UXd. u
Evening -Cotton cl ses Arm; Pales 18tCO0 bales;
sp?culation and export 6000; shipping at New
' Cotton at a late hour ye terday afternoon be?
came ni mer and prices advanced a fraction; uo
lands were last quoted at nxaliXd; Orleans nx
NEW YORK, February 2.
Noon.-Cotton quiet bat firm: uplands 22sc
?Orleans 23c; sales i30O bal a Sales of cotton
fata: es last evening 4500 bales, as follows: Feb
roary, 22 3-16a22X. March. 22IS-I612 x. 22 is-ie
*3. April, 23 8-:6a23X- May,23xa23Xc
. Evening.-Cotton Armer; sales 230J. bales; up?
lands 22XC, Orleans 23Xc. Sales of cotton to day
tor future delivery 6630 bales, as follows: Febru?
ary, 22Xa22Xa2? 3 l6a22Xa Marcb. i3a22Xa22
1516c, April, 23Xa23Xa.S Mee May, 23Xa23
7-l6a23Xc. Jnne, 23Xc * -
BOSTON, February 3.
Cotton Cnn; middlings 23c; net receipts 127,
gross 3555 bales; tales 6000; s to k 8500.
PHILADELPHIA, February 3.
Cotton quiet; mlddUngs 22Xc.
. BALTIMORE, February 3.
Cotton quiet but firm; middlings 22X@22Xc;
net receipts 187. gross 238 bales; exports coast?
wise 98; salas 290; Btock ?872.
. NORFOLK, February 3.
Cotton quiet; low mlddUngs 2ixc; net receipts
?55 bales; exports coastwise 372; sales 150; stock
WILMINGTON, February 3.
. Cotton Orm: middlings '?mc, net receipts 215
bales; sales 116; steck 4102.
ADOCSTA, February 3.
Cotton strong at 2ixa2ixe, with holders ask?
ing an advance; receipts 709 bales; sales 583.
SAVANNAH, Ft bruary 3.
Cotton active, with full prices; middling* 21 sa
-2lXc; net receipts 2?62 bales; exports coastwise
'716; sales 3210; stock 75,116.*
MEMPHIS, February 3.
Cotton quiet but firm; middlings 22a22>?c; re?
ceipts 2280 bales.
MOBILE, February 3.
: Cotton quiet; middlings 2lXc; ntt receipts 1133
? tales; sales 600; st oak ea, us. .
- NEW ORLEANS, February 8.
i Cotton qnlet; middlings 22Xc; net receipts 4332
bales; gross 4833; sales 2900; stock 246.746.
GALVESTON, February 3.
Cotton qnlet; good ordinary 20c; net receipts
?38 bales; exports coastwise 158; sa'ts 150J; stock
PROVISION AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL February 8,
" NEW YOBK, February 3.
Noon.-Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat
quiet but Arm. Cora duU and unchanged. Pork
anil; new mess $14 60. l ard steady at9Ka9Vc.
Turpentine Arm at 74a74Xc. Rosin dull at $. 6 a
4 70 for strained.
Evening.-Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat
qnlet but steady, corn a shade easier with fair
export demand. Pork nominal; new $14 60. Beef
qoiet. Lard quiet bnt steady. Navals quiet but
Erm. G roce i les dun.
CINCINNATI, February 3.
Flour Arm and scarce. . Corn In fair demand
and Arm. Pork nominal. Lard Arm. Bacon
doll and nominal; shoulders 6X; clear sides 7x*
Whiskey in fair demand at lower rates.
_ , LOUISVILLE, February 3.
Bagging quiet. Flour active and Arm. Pork
$13 75. Bacon active and Arm; shoulders 6Ji;
clear sides 7X. Lard Arm at 9al0. Wniskey quiet
* New York Coffee Market.
, NEW YORK. P< briary 2.
. The Dally Bulletin saya: Very Arm and very
duU appears to?cover about the entire marker
Buyers are to be found, but the? are cautn.us in
their movements and hardly bid up to the asking
rates, while holders ta k and act just as Armly as
ever, and show very few samples of any grade
ni less they arc pretty sure to reaPze extreme
l?i8.V e retal1* former qcotatio s on Brazils,
ana they are as low aaanytnlng can be bought
J?T8^ME Jobber8? wth ? Rood margin foi
ll ^r.pnrPnrr'^8,PllrCtlaSe3' ftr6 Understood tO
.be sccepttng ?boat cargo rates East and WPOV
India tty les slow, bnttria^^^^
extreme Agu-es and sell fairlyrronV^an,!
-bands. The cargo or 4500 bags Rio pg victoria
In to day. sold before arrival/ ""-iona,
At Baltimore sales of 4700 bars Rio. uer ?nh
bna?at l8Xc poid In bond, and at-Bampton
Roads 3500 bags Rio per '-tmina L. Hall.? Hie
stocks bei ela Arst hand to-day are 79,289 bacs
Bio, 6500 bags and 1193mats Java 2370 baas Mar?
acaibo, 4664 Laguayra, 1922 Jamal a, 193 Po ta
Rico and 666 sa vanilla. We note a rale here of
797 bags Maracaibo. Late last evening 12.0 bags
Jamaica. We quote Kio. gold, in bond, as fol?
lows: ordinary cargoes 16X?16X; fair cargoes
17U7X: good cargoes 17Xal8; prime cargoes
New York Rice Market.
Nsw YORK, February t.
The Dally Bulletin says: Business ls slow and
conOned mainly to small lota as wanted by toe
regular trade to supply preaent wanta. Prloes
are steady, but the market without specialty in?
teresting features. Sales of 30 tierces Carolina at
8a8Xc, and 175 bags Rangoon at 6Jia7c.
The Journal of Commerce ssys: The business
ls fair, and about steady prices are current. We
learn of salea of 50 tierces Carolina at 8aS??c;
301 bags Rangoon at 6J?a:>?c, and loo bags Patna
at <Xa</.c. York FebraarJ 2.
The Dally Bulletin Fay?: For trade use the call
continues fair and prlce? steady, the market
showing nothing discouraging, i here ls an ao
sence of general movement, however, and Bay?
ers not plenty enough to permit of any undue
pressure to realize, sales of 10 ics Carolina at 8c,
and iso bags Rangoon at 6%c. The stock ls 90o0
bags foreign and 530 tc* Carolina.
New Tork Naval Stores Market.
Nsw YORK, February 2.
The Dally Bulletin says: Spirits turpentine re
mains very quiet, bm firm, at 74c, merchanta?
ble orders. Sales 110 bb ls at 74e. Strained
rosins ar? rather more steadv at $4 60a4 os, but
the market ls quiet Sales 400 bbls at ti 67& de?
livered. Tar steady at $3a3 25. Pitch ls quiet at
$4 60a4 65.
Columbas Cotton Market.
COLUMBUS, February 2.
To-dav our morket has been qnlet; holders
very Arm; sales 262 bales. The following quota?
tions are given: ordinary 18il9c, good ordinary
20c, low middlings 20>ia20J?c, middlings 21; sales
of the week 1820 bales; week's receipts 801 biles,
against 1257 the previous one, and 2556 the cor?
responding week last seasrn: shipments 1418
Stock on hand August 31,1871. 1,650
Received past week. 801
Received previously.33,329- 34,130
Shipped past week.1.448
'Shipped previously.23,867- 25,315
Steak February 2,1872.10,365
On tho week the mock has decreased 647.
Angosta Cotton Market.
AUGUSTA, February 2.
COTTON.-[Weekly Review.]-The market during
the week Just closed has been very Arm and prices
tending up, but buyers, in consequence of tm
very full prtce3 astcd t>y holders, were somewhat
reluctant to operate. Towards the close of the
market, however, prices were easier, and buyers
were more Inclined to ure: the views of sellers,
and a very fair business has been done. At the
close we report the market quiet and rather weak
at 21*?c for Liverpool middling. The sales or the
week amount to 4929, and receipts to 4083 bales.
Stock on hand September 1, 1871. 2,648
Receipts since to date. 115,822
Exports and hMiie consumption. 102,097
Steck on han' this day (February 2,1872). 10,273
Receipts last season to February l, 1871....144,850
Receipts present season to date, February
1 2, 1872.116,822
Difference in favor of last year. 29,026
Interior Cotton Markets.
ANDERSON, January 3'.
Sales of cotton for the week ending to-day 169
bales. Prices this afternoon range from 20 to
UNION, February 1.
70 bales or cotton sold dur ng tbe week.
Market opened on Monday at I9>?'c; closed to-day
SPARTANBUBO, January 31.
Cotton ls quoted at i9J?o.
SELM ?, February l.
Sales to-day J50 bales; middlings 2lj?a22c;
market Arm; sales made at Inside, holders gen?
erally asking outilda prices.
WINNSBORO', February 3.
For the past two days 161 bales or cotton have
been told In this market at prices ranging from
18 to 20.*,' ' ; middling cotton w uld bring 2lc.
GEORGETOWN, February 1.
COTTON-bales arrived since last report, and
sold at from 18X to 19>?C. w? quote from 18 to
20 cents per pound.
TIMBER-This article arrives slowly. Sales this
week of 200 sticks, an 1 sold from 8 to iee. A
good article, well gotten up, lu demand, and
would command high Agares.
TURPENTINE-Virgin $6 so ; yellow $5 60 ; fine
white scrape $3 80 ; second quality $8 25.
Receipts per Railroad, February 3r*
80UTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
079 bales cotton. 18 cars wood and lumber, 2
cars stock. To Ra Iroad Agent. Geo H Walter
A co, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Wm W Smltb, A B
Mu ligan, Frost, Adger A co, W C Courtney A co,
1 F^ffiM^m^ftMl g Tiffin ?
Selgnloos, W P Dowling. W B Williams A Son, w
Gurney, T O Boag, A J Salinas, Pringle A Son, O
R Holmes, E S Miles. LT E Grainger, Wlss A co,,
Colcock A cr, Watson A Hill.
123 bales upland cotton, 167 bbls narai stores,
cars lumber, wood, rough rice, nails, mdse. Ac.
To K'nsman A Bowell, Wm C Bee A co, Wbllden
A Jones, Barden A Parker, Tren holm A Son, A
J Salinas. W R Ryan, J E Adger A co. J R Pringle
A Son, Caldwell A Son, O U Wa ter A co, Pelzer,
Rodgers A co, Wilcox, Gibbs A co, G W Williams
& co, W Harral, Frost, Adger 4 co, Witte Bron, T
P .-mith. A S Smith, Jno Colcock A co, R M Butler
A S >n, WC C artney A co. H Wagner, O Leiben
roed, S D Stoney, J Hanckel, Ravenel A co, Rail?
road Agent and Order.
Per steamship South Carolina, from New York- ]
A E Fosker, J G Stenken, wife aud two children,
Miss F isehoff, Mit s Borger, Charles Wilson, wife,
(laughter and nurse. L Edgerton. Miss Wirth, Mrs
W R Kitchen. Mr Bnhrman, F H Uoadley, A Mc
Qlenn. E W Platt, W M Motley, H Holden, and 8
Per steamer Dictator, from Florida via Savan?
nah-Mrs Cnmmlogs. O W Fox, Mr White, Col J C
Hemmlcg, W D Ferris, Mr Phelan, J P Burry, Mr
Manuel an 1 friend, J A dickson, R D Brown, and
C on deck.
Per steamer Water Lily, from Ed is to. Enter?
prise, Rockville, and Way Landings-Col Wm
Whaley, Mrs Almi, O Balley, W O Smoke, D N
To wies, and 12 deck. ?
Last Quarter, 2d 4 hours 60 minutos, morning.
New Moon 8'h. 8 hours 32 minutes, ever lng.
First Quarter. 16th, 1 hoar, 5 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 24ih, 6 boure, 37 minute-, m ming.
R. * S.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.FEBRUARY 5.
?.at 32 deg 46 min 83 sec. | Lon 7?deg57 mm27 sec
* ARRIVED FRIDAY.
Sehr Geo E Thatcher, Thatcher, Savannah, Ga.
Das proceeded up Ashley River to load phos?
phates for a Northern port.
Steamer Water Lily, Toglio, Edlsto, Enterprise.
Rockville, and Way Landings. 4 bags sea Island
cotton. bbl9 oysters, mdse and sundries. To D
Nisbet. J Mitchell, John Coloock A co, W M Bird
A co, Klinck, Wlckenberg A co, and others.
Steamship Manhattan, Woo lhull, New York
left Tbusrday. Mdse. To Jas Adger A co, J E
Adger A co, s C Railroad Agent, N E Railroad
Agent, Ja3 Allen, J Apple, G W Almar, M A A Ash
ton, E Bates A co. TM Brls'oll A co. W c Bee A
CO, P F Murray, Wm M Bird A co, B Boyd, Dr U
Baer, G A Bowman, agt, Buller, Chadwick, Gary
A co, U Bischofl A co, HF Brandt, E Bull, W J
Bennett, w H charee A co, lion j B campbell, L
Cohen A co, Chase A Cuttino, J C Clan-sen Edw
Daly. Dowle, Moise A Davis, D F Fit-ming A co
G Foll?n, B Foley, F FMi.r, AD Fleming, Hart
A co, Fogartle's Book Store. B Gerdts A co, J H
Graver A co, Gtamann A Schwacke, C Dickey F
K Houston, I H Hall A co. Dolmes'a Hook House
JeiTords A co, C B JohnB m. K H Jackson, Kl nek,
Wlckenberg A co. C D Franke, H Klatte A co,
Klusman A Howell, KnobeKch A Small. A Lang?
er, P P Licke. H O Mosley, A McLelsh. Jno G Jull
nor A co, E w Marshal A co, S R Marshall 4 co,
w MatihiesBen. Com O S Morton. TS NIpson, B
O'Neill, M H Nathan. A Nimitz, Nachman 4 co, D
O'Neill A son*, J F O'Neill, N M Porter, C P Pop
Peheim, Edw Perry, Rev A T Porter, J R Read,
JR Pringle 4 Son. Pietro Pawetts. Ravenel A co,
Quackenbu-h, Estin A co, c C Righter, Jno Rug
hetmer, Si utliern Express co, E R Sat vin, J E C
Richards, Wm Shepherd A co, Steffens. Werner
A Ducker, Shackelford A Kelly, H Slegllng, Stoll
Webb A co. Paul, Welch 4 Brandes. W steele K B
Stoddard A 00, Pror Sachtleben, M Trlesr/n R
Stationl, Walker, Evans 4 Cog-well. S II Wll-oii 4
Bro. J F Taylor 4 co. Tledem?n, Calder 4 CA O S
Subsistence Department, (iapt tl T Walt, G F W
Witze', w j Yates, and 0 hers. Encountered
heavy easterly winds north of Hateras, and
Btroug westerly winds soutn or natteras.
rt.?. u??l!?a Brook3' Junes, New York-14
Pvnpr.^? KS oa,s- To the u s Quartermaster.
ll, oCea hcavy wei"her on tue passage and
6*p.lt Sal S*
,^Lhr ?M H stoct:nani, Cordery. Balflmnrc-7
Sifter .?eS? * co"P C Tren??lm>
Steamer Dictator, Goxetter, ralatka, via Jack
Bonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 67 bags
sea ls and cotton, mdse and sundries. To ?aven?
el 4 co. vf M Lawton A >ons, Framer A Dill, G H
Ingraham & son. Witte Bros, Plnckney Bro9, D
McPnerson, WB Williams A Son, Pelzer. Rodgers |
A cb Paul. Welch 4 Brandes, j A En?low A co,
W Gurney, F Kressel, Jr, D P Kirkwood, S O Rail?
road co, and others.
Sehr SAE Oorson, Brewer, Wilmington, N C
H F Baker & co.
Steamship South Carolina. Beckett, New York.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia.
- SAILED YESTERDAY.
Sehr Adellza. Huntley, Fall River, Mass.
Sehr Ida Richardson. Bedell. Baltimore.
Sehr SAE Oorson. Brower, Wilmington, N 0.
Sehr S L Simmons, Edgeoo. a Northern port.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, at New York. Feb?
Bark Peter Crerar, Campbell, at Beaufort, S 0,
Sehr Jamea Wall, Grover, at Jacksonville, 25th
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr John Slusman. Adams, at Boston, Febru?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Falcon. Haynle, at Baltimore. 3lst
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK. February 4.
Arrived, steamships England, Harmonia and
The sehr G S Webb, Brewster, from New York,
arrived at Georgetown, S 0, Jannary 26.
The sehr Susan Wright. Monnt, from Kew York,
arrived at Georgetown, s c, January 27.
. The sehr A B Gardner, Turner, from Guade?
loupe. W I, arrived at Georgetown, S C, Janu?
The sehr L Warren, Roberts, from Elizabeth
City, N 0, arrived at Georgetown, S C. January 29.
The sehr Lilian, Davis, from Elizabeth City, N C,
arrived at Georgetown, S 0, January 30.
The sehr L C Somers. Somers, from NIxington,
N 07 arrived at Georgetown, S 0, January 31.
The brig M E Dana, O'Neill, for Fin River, was
cleared at Georgetown, S 0, January 25.
The sehr S Fish, Tee), 'for Boston, was cleared at
Georgetown, S 0, January 26.
The sehr Garland, Libby, for Guadalcnpe, W I,
was cleared at Georgetown, S 0, January 29.
PORT OF BEAUFORT.
BEAUFORT, February I.
. Arrived, bark Lizzie Marrow, Jackson, from De
merara, to load phosphates; bark Peter Crerar,
Campbell, Charleston, to load phosphate?.
The sehr Farragut, which left Portland, Me, for
this port on Januarv 3d, with a cargo of Ice, put
Into Martha's Vineyard, wind-bound. She has
not been heard of since.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS TORT.
Ship y au til as, Spencer, np.Jan 8
Br ship Magdala. Black, up.Oct 24
Nor bark Draupner, Ingold9en, cl'd.Jan 8
the Soeskummeren, Westergaard, sl'd.oct 17
The Anevoca. williams, cleared.Jan l
Br bark Lucy, Jones, up.Jan 6
Br bark Harvest Queen, Dickey, up.Jan 6 j
Br bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.Oct 17
The Lalla, Goudy, sailed.Jan l
The Can N Dobeln, Stenan, sailed.Jan io j
Sehr Henrietta, Burnett, cleared.Dec 8
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Merry Maple Le ives, or a Summer in the Coun?
try, by Abner Perk, Illustrated, $2.
Luthei's Letters to Wemen, collected by Dr.
Tain's History or English Literature, translated
by Van Laun. 2 vols., octavo. $10.
Hodge's Systematic Theology, Second Volume,
A Commentary. Critical, Experimental and
Practical, on the Old and New Testaments, by the
Rev. Robert Jamieson, D. D., St. Paul's, Glasgow;
Kev. A. R. Fausset, A. M., St. Cuthuert's, York,
and the Rev. David Brown, D. D., Aberdeen, 6
vols. Octavo, $30.
Scrambles Amongst the A<ps In the years I860
'6tf, hy Edward Whymper, 1 vol., Octavo, with
maps and numerous Illustrations, $10 50.
i he Earth, a Descriptive History or the Phenom?
ena or the Lire or ihe Globe, br Elis?e Reclus,
Illustra-ed by 230 Maps Inserted In the Tex-, and
23 page Maps In colors, $5.
JS~ Persons residing io. the country wUl please
bear in mind that by sending their orders to UE
tor any books published lu America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay roi
the postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
'.'o. 260 Ring street, (In thc Bend,) Charleston, S. c
LIVEE P~O O L.
The first-class British Ship JULIA, Baker
Master, having a portion of her cargo en?
gaged, will sail with dispatch.
For Freight engagements apply to
febl ROBERT MURE A CO.,
-p OR LIVjB POOL.
TIP First das* British Ship -EDITH." E.^ft*
F. Hillen, Master, having three-fonrihs ofSUfi
hercirgo eogaged, win have dispatch.
The Fl-st class British Bark "ONWARD," of
small capacity, and having twothlrdB cargo
engaged, will have Immediate dis rat.-h.
?ebl Appyto HENRY CARD.
The Norwegian Bark COLONIST. Bears- Jjt
md, Master, will have dispatch for the Jflfi
above port, i For Freight, apply to ;- .
R, T. WALKE K, Boj ce A Co.'s wharf,
-nt)R FORT SUMTES,
BATTERY WAOENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast. Bate and comfortably appointedi-A4
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf SmWt.
BYBBY DAY, at io o'clock morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNG,
novl6 Ou Board.
pOR NEW YORK.
NEW YORK AND CHYRIiESTON
ESTABLISHED 1 846. *
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship CHARLES?
TON, James Berry, Commander, will sall THIS
DAY, the 6th instant, at 2 o'clock P. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
feb5-l JAMES ADGER A CO.. Agents.
1HE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter.
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from au points la the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago ana
the principal cities or the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
C*?The GULF STREAM ls appointed to sall
from Brown's wharr on THURSDAY, February 8th.
at half past 3 o'clock P. M.
??The Steamship VIRGINIA will follow.
For partlculara or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, Ne. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
pOB BALTIM ORE.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWE8T,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The fine Steamship FALCON, Haynle- Oom
manrter, will sail for Baltimore, on TCBSOAY, 6th
February, at 4 o'ciockJP. M. ^ that
cll!y*b? raT?foa?'iroin^Ba?tlmore without
tlonal insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Gooda from tbs
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia. .
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
f6b2-4 No. 2 Union WharveB.
pACIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMPTb
THROUGH LINS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above une leave Pier
so. 42, North River, foot of Can al _
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or the HT1
and 80th of every month (except when these
lates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday prooer
All departures connect?t Panama with cteam
->ra for south Paotflc and Centr?t American ports,
neparture of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco Drat of every month, except when lt falls or
Sunday; then cn the day preceding.
No california steamers touch a? Havana, bot
go direct from New York to AaplnwalL
Onehnndred pounds baggage free to each adolL
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
.it the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on tte
wharf foot of Canal streot, North River, New
?ork. F. R. BABY, Agent.
FOR EDISTO, ENTERPRISE AND WAY
The steamer POCOSIS. Captain W.
H. Gannon, will receive Freight for^_, _
the above places, and leave lina DAY at han
past 1 o'clock, from Market wharf, foot of Market
street. Returning, will leave Edisto TUESDAY, at
Fare $l 50. J. H. MURRAY, Agent
1?TTEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA ,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. 0.
. The Steamer
J? I X. O T BOY,
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
will leave Accommodation Wharr _ _.?jr^??w
every MONDAY MORN INO, at 8 o'clock, JB?IQHC
ror Savannah. Beaufort, Hilton Head and Span
Ish Wells, Returning will leave Savannah every
wm leave for Beaufort, Pacific and ChlROlra's
Landing:) every THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Return lng will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care of Agents will be for?
warded free ot storage or commission.
Freight received for points on Savannah River,
to be transferred to steamer RUS A, which L aves
Savannah every TUESDAY MORNING.
Cabin Passage to Heaufort $3.
Deck Passage lo Beaufort $1 50.
For engagemerts apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
feb3-sw No. 177 East Bay.
VIA SAVANNAH. TWICE A WEEK.
The splendid Steamers
CITY POINT.;;.V;.|.Captain MCMILLAN ?
WILL SAIL AS FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The cm- POINT every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
tor sr. Augustine, and at Jacksonville with
.teamer starlight for Mellonvllle, Enterprise, and
ai landings ou upper St. Johns; am at Palatka
with steamers fur the Oklawaha River.
.Si0!!6 connectlon ls made with steamships
it Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana, and
sappers can rely on no detention of freights to
New orleans, and at lowest rates.
For Freight or Passage, having first-class ac
jommodauons, apply to
_ RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
corner Vanderhorst's wharf and J-aet Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
T nese Steamers connect at Savannah with
=;!imer?Saa Antonio for Darien, Brunswick,
D? ?K. Rlver- and all Intermediate landings
ASS? for the8? points must be prepaid here.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS!
THE MARYLAND FERTILIZING ii MANUFACTURING CO.
HAVE PREPARED A SPECIAL FERTILIZER ADAPTED TO THE COTTON PLANT,
UNDER THE NAME OF
OOTTOW FOO I> !
Which they claim to be or the Highest Grade or Fertilizer sold la the'South, and guarantee to equal
In results Peruvian Guari?, pound for pound, and or more permanent benefit 1i the aol!.
It has been used by severs! hundred Planters In North and South Carolina and Georgia, for two
seasons, with the folio win? resal?s :
It Increases the crop from loo to 200 per cent.
It resists drought. In all cases. The crop ls not affected by rust.
It matures the crop three to four weeks In advance, tims insuring the crop against early frosts,
or m the event or a backward season ror planting enables the planter to put in his crop three or rom*
weeks later, even as late as the 1st of June, with a certainty of success.
It produces a better quality of Cotton.
Looking at the low price or Cotton, the Intelligent planter will readily comprehend the necessity
of using nothing but the highest grade of Fertilizers, and of strictly avoiding those whose value
has beenrednced by adaltera lon or the use of cheap materials tinder the pretence cf meeting the
low price of Cotton. ... .
U his crop ls only doubled by the use of "COTTON FOOD" It will give him from one to two hun?
dred per cent profit on h s outlay, with Cotton at 12X cents per ponnd, and lt will enable bim to plant
fewer acres, with a corresponding reduction of labor and expense, with better results.
855 PER TON, IN SACKS, TWELVE TO THE TON.
LAWRENCE SANGSTON, President,
No. 08 EXCHANGE PI.ACE, BALTIMORE.
J. R? PRINGLE & SON, Agents,
janl6-mwf3mos CHARLESTON, S. C.
This FERTILIZER, manufactured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the tl 1 rec
tion of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JtJLIEN RAVENEL, is now offered to ihe Fluting Community AT
TE.V VERY REDUCED i'RIOE OF ?48 PER TON GASH, or $5? PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872,
FREt, ~ EST.
This FER i uIZER has been very extensively used in this State, and has given entire satisfaction;
some ol the must practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Guauo, pound ror pound.
All sales made now will be considered as cash oa the 1st of March, 1872, and to those buying on
time the sale will be considered as due on 1st November. 1872.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, without extra cost, to haul their Manure at a
time when their wagons and mules are idle.
Pamphlets containing the certificates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE will be
furnished on application to the Agents.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec8-4mos BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
ATLANTIC ACID PHOSPHATE.
This Art'de, prepared by the ATLANT C PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the direction of their
Chemist, Dr. ST. JCLIEX RAVENEL. for composting wlih Cotton Seed, ls now offered at the Reduced
Price of 928 p*r ton cash, or S3l per ton payable lat November, 1872, Free of Interest
Orders filled now will be considered as Cash 1st March, 1872, or on Time as due 1st November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul lt at a time when their Wagons and Mules are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents
dec8-4mos BUOW.VS WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
TO THE PLANTERS OP THE SOUTH !
KINSMAN Sc H O ELL,
AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN STATES.
THE ATTENTION OF SOUTHERN PLANTERS IS INVITED TO THE FOLLOWING NAMED FIRST
CLASS FERHLIZBR;, which have been used throughout .the southern states for the past firteen
yearB with success :
B. PRESTON & SON'S
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSED OF BONES, SULPHURIC ACID, POTASH AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
CASH, S45; TIME, 850.
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PHOSPHATIC GUANO,
COMPOSED OF NAmsSA GU? NO, BONES, SULPHURIC ACID, POTASH AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
CAJT-II, 815; TIME, $ SO.
ALL OF THE AEOVE FERTILIZED ARE MADE FROM THE BEST AND FINEST MATERIALS
to be procured. The proportions of each or the Ingredients are such as to produce po werful and
active Fertilizers. For Planter?' Certificates and Analysis send to .
_-^ KINS M A TM A HOWELL,
jan2&-mwf2mos_NO. 128 EAST-BAY, CHARLESTON, 3. C.
NITR0GEN1ZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME.
THE OLDEST SUPERPHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY.
TERMS REDUCED TO 845 CA -11-350 ON TT ME. P.vY.UEN r ? OVEMDER 1, 1873.
COMPOSED OF BONES. POTASH, PHOSPHATID GUANO, CONCENTRVTED ANIMAL AMMO
NT AC AL Matier and Sulphuilc Acid. No Silt, salt Cake, Nitre Cake, Plaster, nor Adulterant or
Absorbent or any kind used. Factory ?pen ror inspection at all time?.
NINETEEN YEARS OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE.
INTRODUCED IN 1852.PATENTED DECEMBER 29, 18?9
QUICK, ACTIVE AND PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT TO THE SOIL.
TESTIMONY OF HUNDRED3 OF WELL KNOWN PLANTERS. IN ITS FAVOR ON EVERY
VARIETY OF CROP AND SOIL, EVEN DURING EXTREME ADVERSE SEASONS.
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
jan20-mwl2mos_NO. 128 EA8T BAY CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. FRANK COE'S
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE,
AND COE'S PURE DISSOLVED BONE.
The above superl r FERTILIZERS, admitted by every Planter who bas used them to be the best
and most profitable or any or the Commercial Manures, are now offered for sale by the Agents at very
much Reduced Prices, lu order tbat every Planter may be enabled to use them.
Pamphlets containing tne reports or the success or these* Fertilizers will be rurnished on appli?
cation to the Agents.
The Phosphate ls sold at 848 per ton cish, or 853 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
The Dissolved Bone at 850 per ton cash, or 855 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free or
PELZER, RODGERS & ?O., Sole Agents,
dec8-4mOS - BROWNS WHARP, CHARLESTON, S. C.
1600 barrels warranted Pare Nova Scotia LAND
PLASTKR, For sate by
HERMANS BULWINKLE, Kerr's Wharf.
O L TJ B L E
PRICE, $15 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience In the nae of this GUANO for toe
past six years In this State, for Cotton and Corn,
has so far esiabllshed its character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy of the
Company to furnish the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
is put Into market this season at the above re?
duced price, which the Company ls enabled to do
Dy reason o : Its large facilities an i the reduced
?oat of manufacture.
The supplies put into market this season are. as
Heretofore, prepared under the personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Julian Kareuel, cn cnn a ur
che Company, at Charleston. S. C.. hence planters
nay rest assured that ita quality and c mpositlon
is precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
;an l o fertilized with 200 pounds Guano at a cost
lot exceeding the present value of 30 pounds of
muon, while experience has shown that under
'avorable condition of season and cultivation, the
:rop IR increased by the application from two to
;hree-foid the natural capacity of the soil, hence
inder no condition could its application fall to
:ompen?ate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
s'os. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wnarf,
Charleston, & C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
RLE & BLYTHE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
GREENVILLE, S. O.
HS* Practice In State and Federal Courts.
MS- Special attention given to Collecting and
jp?TH^^G?TTN o r
loo tons of tais valuahloatERTILIZER for sale
by KINSMAN & HOWELL,
Jan29-mwf6_No. 128 East Bay.
pACLFIO GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOB COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PRICE- $26 CASE, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOB
This article ls prepared under the superintend?
ence of Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVENEL, expressly for
Composting wirti Cotton Seed.
lt was Introduced by this Company two years
ago, and its use has fully attested Its value. SOO
to ?so pounds of this article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight of cotton seed,
furnishes the planter wltn a Fertiliser of the high?
est excellence at the smallest cost. A Compost
prepared with thu article, as by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains all the clements of fer?
tility that can enter Into a First c.a=s Fertilizer,
while its economy must commend its lloeral use
to planters. For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. HOBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
NOB. 63East Bay and l and 2 Atlantic wharf.
Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
WE LITE AND LE ABU, DYE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 359 KING STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means of steam,aGentle
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fin?
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done
up with the Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
ann Crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
mw Goods received and returned by Express.
]un22-iyr L BILLER, .Proprietor,
O UT H G ABOLINA BA?LRUA?"
CHARLESTON, & c., December 28, lan.
On ana after SUNDAY, D. cern ber 24, trie Paa sen?
der Trains on the Sooth Carolina Hallroad will
ran as follows:
Ljavp caarleston....................... 8.10 A. M.
arrive at Augusta.4.20 p. if.
L?ave ohArieston...,...;....,.8.to A. M.
Arrive at columbia.4.C6 P. M.
Lsavc Augusta.7.40 A. H.
Arrive at Charleston. 3.8a P. M.
Leave Colombia.............. 7.40 A. M.
Arrrlve at Charleston.8.30 P. M.
IHBODGH WILMINGTON TBAiK. - .
Leave Augusta....*v*-3.00 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville............. 9.00 A. M.
Leave Ringville...1230 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta............ e.so p. M
AUG CST A Kian* EXT BWS,
Lsave Gharlcston.?. ?JO P. M.
Armo at Augusta.............. ..'743 A1 BL
Liave Augusta.... 6.00p. M.
Arrive at Charleston.~. 6.55 A. M.
COLUMBIA Nl?in.' EXTBBSS.
Laave Qharieeion.... 7.10P.1L
Arrive at Colombia..................... 6.3 ) A. IL
Leave Columbia: : :..ir^"; r. .~.v....... 7.0 ) p. M.
Arrive at- Charleston..v. 7.00 A. M.
Leave Summerville at..........7.25 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston at....1...... .......8.46 A. IL
Leave Charleston at..840.P. IL
Arrive at Summerville at..4.46 P. M.
Leave Camden."... 6.I6 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia....-....10.-;0 A. M.
Leave Columbia..>?.? ?.1.45 P. H.
Arrive at Camden.-.e.25 P. IL
Day and Night Trains make oloee connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Centrai
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connecta with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, and with Charlotte Road
to points North. . vr
Oamden Train connects nt Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, 'and
runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
3. B. PICKENS. Q. T. A _ latilP
VTOSTHEASTERN BAILROAD . COH?
GHABLB8TON, 8. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains win leave Charleston Dally at 640 A.IL
. Arrive at Charleston 740 A. M. (Mondays ex
...epted?and2:80P.JL . . .
Train-does not leave Charleston 0 P. IL, Sc*
Train leaTing 640 A. M. makes through coonee*
til- n to New York, via Richmond and Acanta
Creek only, going through to 40 hon?.
Passengers leaving by 6.16 P. M. Train have
Choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
ur via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FBIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY In Bal?
timore. Thoso leaving on SATCEDAY remain SUM.
OAY in Wilmington, N. 0.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains making cou*
neettons at Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and o h to Railroad.
8, S. SOLOMONS,
P. L. CLIAPOB, Genera*'-Ticket Agent.
febu-iamce - ; :
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND
CHARLESTON, S. C.. November 22, 1871.
On and arter MONDAT. December the nth, tho
Passenger Trains on this Eoad will mn aa folio wt:
Leave Charleston dally...."..8.26 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah dally.-.. 9.16 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.:'....11.16 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston, dally.6.86 A. Ms
N DAY TRAIN. i?
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 8.16 ATM.
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. A16 P.M.
Leave Savannah, sundays excepted... 400 A. IL
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exo'ted. -LO* P.M.
' Freight forwarded daily on through bUla of lad
lng to points In Florida and by Savannah line of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Boy?
Railroad and at as low rates aa by any other line,
C. 8. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent,
a C. BOTLSTON, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
EOS AD ALIS io the best Blood
BO S AD ALIS, a sure cure for
ROSADALIS, endorsed by
EOS AD ALIS, a potent remedy
ROSADALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSADALIS, the best Atten?
tive extant * .
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr. T. 0. PUGH, of Baltimore.
Dr* THUS. i. BOYElN, or Baltimore.
Dr. A. DORGAN, or Tarboro'. N. 0.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, of NloholasvUe, Ey.
Dr. A. F. WHEELER, of Lime,, Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY, of Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. McOARTHA, of South carolina,
and many others. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC
BOSAT) A TH~H,
endorsed by Ber. DABNEY BALL, now of Mary?
and Conference, formerly Chaplain in the con
federate Army of Northern V?gmla.
is -Alterative, Tonio and Diuretic, and aota at
une and the same time upon the BLOOD, LIVER ,
KIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex*
.-elling all impure matter and building ap th?
system to a healthy, vigorous condition,
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, i Wholesale
GOODRICH, WIN EM AN' A CO., S Agents Di
Dr. IL DAER. 1 Charleston*
SIXTY-FIVE FIROT PRIZE MEDAL8
L SOUTHERN PIANO
WM. KNABE & CO.,
CR AND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
These Instruments have been before the public
for nearly thirty years, and upon their excel*
lenee alone attained an un purchased pre-emi?
nence, wbleh pronounces them unequalled In
4^-All our SQUARE PIANOS have our New Un?
proved OVERSTRUNG SCALE and the AGRAFFE
MW We would call especial at t tent lon to our late
Patented Improvements In GRAND PIANOS and
SQUARE GRANDS, found lu no other Plano, which
brings the Piano nearer perfection than has yet
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANT?
ED FOR FIVE YEAR8.
E3~We are by special arrangement enabled to
furnish PARLOR ORGANS and MKLODEONS Of
the most celebrated makers, Wholesale'aid Retail
at lowest Factory Prices.
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists prompt?
ly furnished on application to
"WAI. KNABE <fc CO.,
Or any of our regular established ?fendes.