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THE DAILY NEWS.
mV XHB DEATH OF SAMUEL PAIR POPS, A BOY OF
Kn; o ULA? rSOMLSI-AN IS ra NT BON OF JOH? W.
With buwting heart and bitter Kars,
We saw oar darling go away;
In vain oar sorrows and c ur orayere,
We could cot bid bim longer slay.
We saw his eyelids close in death,
And oold nu ti paled his infant face;
We conld Dot stay his fleeting breath,
He could but run his mortal race.
An angel whispered in his ear,
Bricht spint come with ns away ;
And ab ? e beet in silent prayer,
He went away 1 awavl awayl
Another angel chants the song
Of dear redeeming grace and love;
And all the countless glorious throng
Echo th' entrancing strains above.
The household rings, alas ! no more
Out with his 11 ugh and merry play;
Ko fond lio c welcome, na before,
Drive? rom us trouble far away.
Our t-".rl9 ere hushed, ala? I how sad
Our br.gbteHt days are r-;fl of joy;
Tho' otheis 'round us may bc- glad,
Wo are without our dari ai g boy.
Teach u?, O "lcd. to look on high
Eur strength to I"ear our racking pain ;
And ?hen our loved ones mount thc ?ky,
Teach UH it is their endless gain. P.
PROVIDENCE, R I-Per brig Croton-65,410 feet
VTOOD'? BOLE, MASS-Per 3chr Abbie Pitmin
350 lons thesphate Rock.
KEW YO i Per stc.iaship Charit ston-21 bags
Sea Island und 1J/7 bales Upland Cotton, H7
tierces Mee. 59 bales Yarn. 1 hale Pickings, 48
pkg* Emit, and 59 pkgB Sundries.
BALUMORL-1 er steamship Sea Rull-SOG bales
Upland Cotfn, 173 tierces Rice, 401 pkes Fruit
55 bags Peanuts, 29 bbls Potatoes, 44 bale? Do
meetics, 5 Iron i-afes. 10.100 feet Flooring Boar., 8
41 Packages ..nd 100 Empty Barrels._Per sehr
J M Fitzpatrick-ICO 00b ieet Lumber.
Charleston Cotton and Kice .Harket.
OFFICE Oh THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, >
CHARLESTON. Tuest' ? Evening, JanuatylS, '6'9. )
COTTON.-This artic was very quiet, with hard
ly any inquiry, buyers generally holding off, while
factors showed tut little purpose to make important
concessions, tome lew transactions took place,
-which were at rates abjut %c lb easier. Sales
Eomo 100 bales, vir: 12 at 26%. 8 at27, ll at 27%, 1 at
27%, and CO ou private terms. We quote somewhat
LTVEBPOOL CLASSIFICATION :
Ordinary to good ordinary.25 @2C%
Low middling.27 @- .
By New York classification we quote :
RICF.-This article continues in steady request at
firm rates. Pales 80 tierces of clean Carolina, viz:
30 ?-!oe9 ** 6X> M at 8 1-16, 20 at 8% cte <? ?. Wc
quotecomnion Io fair olean Carolina at 7%@8%;
Markets by Telegraph..
VONDON, January 19-Noon-Consols 92%a93;
bonds firm at 75%.
LONDON, January 19.-Turpentine 31s.
LrvEBPOOL, January 19-Noon.-Co.ton duU. Up?
lands ll%d; Orleans ll%d. Solo310,000 bales. Bom?
bay shipments to thc 16th instant 10,000 bales. Lard
steady. Cotton firmer.
Two P. M.-Yarna nnd fabrics at Manchester lr ss
favorable which causes a dullness in thc market.
Evening.-Cotton dull; uplands on thc spot ll,'?'a
ll%d; afloat the same; Orleans ll%all%d. Sales
HAVXE, January 19.-Cotton opened heavy. Oa
the spot If 33c ; afloat If 35c.
Nxw Yous, January 19-Noon.-Stocks strong.
Money easy at 7. Sterling 9%. Gold 33?. 62'a 13%
Cotton lower at 29 cents.
Evening.-Cotton dull, %a%c tower; salea 170 0
bale*, at 28%&29c. Flour declining ; superfine $5 65
&6 20; common to fair extra Southern $6 65a7. Wh eat
dull and unchanged. Corn in fur request; prices
unchanged. Oats heavy and lower. Mess pork
Armer, $29 50a29 75. Whiskey drooping. $1 03al 05.
Carolina rice 8%a9%c. Sugar more active; musco?
vado ll Mc. Coffee quiet Molasses easier; New Or*
leans 73a77c. Turpentine ?2a52%c Rosin >2 60a
8 50. Freights lower; on flour by steam 2s', corn I
7d. Money more in demand; ck -ed easy at 7 per j
^cenL Discounts 7a9, Gold ateady, at 35%. Sterling
quiet, 9%. Southern bonds arm. Stocks closed ex
cited and unsettled. Governments closed lower.
62V 13%. Tennessee's, new, 68.
BAXTTMOSX, January 19-Cotton quiet If lour
dull and nc mir al. Wheat very dull and lower; fair
to good red sold at $1 75a$2. Corn Brm and prices
unchanged ; receipts small. Oats and rye dull. Pork
$30a90%. Bacon shouldora 14%.
CINCINNATI, January 19.-Flour quiet and un
changed. Corn Arm. Whiskey firm at 98c Mess
pork $29 ?29 25; city at $29 50a30. Bulk meats firm.
Bacon firm ; shoulders 13%c, clear aides 17%c, Lard
firm; held at 19%c
WILMINGTON, January 19.-Spirits of turpentine
quiet at 47%. Rosin dull. Turpentine S2 15a3 25.
Tar un ct angel. Cotton lower at 26% a 27.
AUGUSTA, January 19.-Cotton dull and lower;
sales 476 bales; receipts 1015; middling 26%.
SAVANNAH, January 19.-Cotton opened quiet but
Closed dull; middling 27%a28; soles 200; receipts
2099; exports-coastwise 763.
MOBILE, January 19.-Cotton closed dull and
drooping; middling 26%a25%; eales 200 bales; re?
ceipts 2692; exports-to Liverpool 6415; coastwise 48.
Nsw OBLE ANS, January 19.-Cotton unsettled and
rominal; middling 27%; sales 2100 bales; receipts
1067; exports 6843. Gold 35%. Sterling 47%. New
York sight % discount. Sugar active-common
18%al0%; prime 12%; clarified 14. Molasses active
-common 58a60; <rime 67a68; choice 70a72.
Interior Cotton Markets.
CHEBAW, January 15.-Tbs market for this arti?
cle bas been brl-k during the past week, and all
offered has been readily taten at lrom 22*27 >i c. At
the close piicesare stiff at 24a27%c.
UNION, January 15.-Sales of cotton duriag the
week, active; miadlingB thu A M, 27c
WILMINGTON, January 18.-TURPENTINE-Mar.
ket ateady and 6c better. Sales of 1261 bbls at $3 25
aS 30 for Eoft, anet $2 16a2 20 for hard, H 280 Ri?.
h praxis TURPENTINE-Market quiet, with sales of
only 106 bbls at47%c 9 "?Lon.
ROSIN-Is rather dulL Sales of 660 bbls at SI 90
for strained, delivered; and 79 bbls at $4 62% for
TAX-42 bbls changed hands at $2 25 9 bbl. Salea
also of 100 bb's, in shipping or 1er, at $2 40.
COTTON-Is dull and declining. No sales reported.
TUUHE-Eight rafta sold at $8, $8 50u9 $ M for
NASHVILLE, January 15.-COTTON-Another ad?
vance in Liverpool to day, cansina tho usual excite?
ment amona speculators, the m irket closing as fol
Urft? : Ordinary 27% ; good ordinary 28% ; low mid?
dling 9S%a28*?. Thc transactions of the day wern
as follows: Receipts 315; sales 321; shipments G.
Stock ou hand September 1, 18C8.CO
Received to-dey. .345
Total. 23 914
Shipped to-day.!. c
Sto. k on band .1,774
COBB-3he transact ons to-day reached 1700
bushels at juc in car, 53a56c shelled, and C7a70 readv
Easton & Co.'s Cotton Kv nor t.
, [FOB THE WEBE ENDING J ANDABY 15, 1869 ]
NEW YORK. Saturday, January IC. 1869_
THE MABEBT.-in our last report the market clos?
ed active at 28c for middling upi ards. On Saturday
there was considerable excitement at tho opening,
and holdeu advanced their i ricca fully lc, which,
however, was not paid. An advance of %c was es?
tablished, the market closing steadily at 28%c; solos
7090 bales. Monday there was a strong ieeling among
speculators and BJ mr era, biscd on indications ot
small receipts and favorable foreign news; sales 5106
bales at 28%c Tuesday tt e market opened heavily
under disappointing foreign accounts, out soon re?
covered strength, axd eic st d firm at 28%c; sales C003
bales. Wednesday, under private cabie dispatches
reoeived early, uporting an advancing maiketin
Liverpool, our market opened excited and active.
The act. vii j- continued throughout the day. and re?
sulted in ?aies of 10,068 bales; middlings 29%c.
' Thursday the market was buoy P nt early in tbs day,
and holder? a*ked %a%c advance. I bis waa not
paid, however, but on advance of %c was tstab.ish
cd. There was an unsettled feeling at the close, and
more willingness tosen, ?ralee 8718 b des. Yester
dav tho feeling waa very strong throughout the div,
and attention was particularly directed to the linea
of transit cottona which were bought at prices much
lower than the rate? now current at the South. The
eales amounted to 11,458 bales, at 29*?c for middling
There have been received at the ports since 1st
September. 1,184,138 bale?, or which exporters have
taken 629,526 bales; spinners 293.977; and the stocks
have increased 260.637 bales. Tho excess over last
year is now reduced to 93,712 bolea. We shall con?
tinue to make up the receipts at the ports as hereto?
fore, because we do not wish to guess at the over?
land shipments direct to the mille. Wo can ascer
tain the exports from Memphis, where correct ta?
bles are kept, but not the shipments from other
places in Tennessee 'the only way by which the
amount of tho crop can now be ascertained, is by
obtaining from all the mills a correct statement of
their stocks on hand ut thc beginning and cad of the
yt ar, and the ame nut actually consumed.
During the week our prices hire advanced l%c,
and Liverpool is }?d higher. 1 he sales of the week
here have been 48,443 boles, of which 14,319 bales
were in transit. They have attracted considerable
attention, because thoy hivo been off-red all the
week over Ic rer lb lesa than cotton could be bought
at the South. Most of thc cheap lots having been
disposed, of. we think that the prices of .rausits
must advance to a parity with the Southern mat Lets.
The cause ol tho advance here have bcon a geuoral
reduction of the crop estimates; tho holding back of
cot'fu by piaule?; tho rapid advance of dry good?,
and the covering oi short contract'. Liverpool has
resisted the advance as rauch as possible, but the
largo or.iors to buy ou American account have forced
pii.-cs up J?'d.
The positi m of tho Eugti=h spinners has not as yet
improved. GooJ have advanced a httlc, but cotton
has advanced more. It is ptain t?>at their present
unfavorable situation is due to one of two causes:
Ti:ber cotton bas Leon too high, or good.-? have been
(oo low. Asthuyhuvo seldom fiiVl hrreiofore in
depressing cotton uuder similar circumstances, it is
not sirpritUMg that all their efforts have been direct?
ed 11 this object. They having failed, owi.:g to the
action of our planters, we think they will now turn
their attentiou to the alternative and pul ttoods tip.
SALES FOR tUTURE DELIVERY.-ihe sales reported
this week are as lo,lows: For Jauuary.60Uio?r middling
at27>jc; 3'Jt>doat28Jic. For February, 20J Iowmid
dling at 27c; 400 do27.'?c; 300do 23. ?e; 4U0 doou pri?
vat? terms. For february and March IOU low middling
at27c; 100 d) at27>4c;5!tdoat 27.'Xt; 100 do at 28c.
For March. 100 low middling at 27Jac; 15!) do ot 28c;
100 do at 28}<c. On private teran?, 1000 bale?, and
no month u^med; 200 low middling at 27j<c.
STVTLSTICAL POSITION.-Tho stock in Liverpool is
3C0.0?0 bates: afloat from India 99,000, and from
America 131 000. t-tock in lunion 130.79J; afliat
60,000. .-toek In Havre 54,496; afloat 51,405. Stock
m ports in t' o United St tes 301,2 tl. Stocks m tho
in'erior towns ?9,049. Total 1,230,931 biles. lu 1808
tbc stot k m Liverpool was 4 ?4.uuO; afloat trora India
59,00'.). and from Amer ca 160,000. block iu London
13\432; afloat 32,000. Stock in Havre 38.483; afloat
11.265. Stock in ports ot the United States 358,421.
Stocks in interior towns 89,648. total 1.315,269 bales.
D.fieiencv in visible supply 81,838 bales. Estimated
stock held by Manchester .?pinners at the mills
145,u()0 bales. Prica ol midd'.iug Orleans now II ??cl;
Upland 4 Mobile. New
Florida. Orleans. Texas.
Ordinary. a27% u27>? atWJf a28
dinary. a2S.1.t' a2S% a29% a 29
dling... a29% a29'r *3?i? alto
Middling. a29% 030 a30,'4 a30>i
Pales of the week 48,448 bale?, including 8659 to
spinners, 22,709 to speculators, and 17,089 to export?
Stoc'is in ibo interior towns Jnnn'.ry 2.1869, 69,949
bales, against S9,nT8 bale-j same timo last year.
Gross receipts at this port lor the week, 25,061
bales, MUCO September 1, 336,266 bales.
Total ?-toeli or Cotton at Liverpool, Do
_ cember 31,1SC8.
Pernam and Paraiba.
Jeara and Aracati....
??nvrua and Greek..
rbi aa and Japan _
j. 82,363 1 81.073
Total.j .j 352.3351327,621
Consignees per South Carolina ICullroacf
1602 bales Cotton. 16 babs Tarn, 997 bushels Grain,
21 h lids tiacou, and 3 cars Stook. To Railroad A::ent,
3r A Trenholm 4 Son, Mowry & Co, Pelzor, Rodgers
t Co, W K Ryan. G H Waltor 4 Co, Frost 4 Adger,
St W Williams & Co, J E E Sloan, Willis k Chiaolm,
\ B Mulligan, Kirkpatrick k Witte, J R Pringle. W C
Dukes k Co, 1 h tunton k Holmes, Holmes, Woties k
Kcitt, Cohen. Hanckel i: Co. WW Smith, W B Wil?
liams, Brodie k Co, J nisbet, W C Courtney k Co,
Staghorn, Herring k Co, West k Jones, Stenhouse k
Zo, and M Goldsmith k Sons.
Per steamship Charleston, for New York-L Mc
s'eal, J McPherson, J Jones, R Byrnes and lady, D
?yrnes, Master Byrnes, L Dean, P Bayles. Miss Car?
ie J Spring, Mrs Jenkins and Miss Jenkins.
Per steamship Manhattan, i rom New Yerk-J A
rohnson, Themas Daly, H D Landon, Maj S H Webb
md wife, G 0 Waring, Jr, P Quinn and wife, Mrs E
1 Wicks, Miss C P Wicks, Miss J F Wicks. E Ooh
ner, A Dohmer, B C Howland and wife, J P Palmor,
r A Palmer, J H Besher, Altrcd Cole, H Mitchel, and
I on deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, Savannah via Hilton Head
md Beaufort-L D Place. B F Ivca. C L Ives, H Car
er, C G Meniminger. Jr. Miss Horbach, Mrs Pock, J
. Mayo, Jas R Watter, J J Pope, G M Wells, and ? '
I?ort o? Charleston.. J anuary 20.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
-ast Quarter, 5th, 1 hour. 2 minutes, morning,
s'ew Moou, 12th, 1 hour, 33 minutes, evening,
first Quarter, 20t!i, 7 hours, 6 minutos, evening,
."ull Moon, 27tb, 8 hours, 10 minutes, evening.
RISES. I SETS
7.. 4 I 6..18 I 19..40 : ll..35
7.. 3 6.. 19 ll..33 morn.
7.. 3 I 5..20 mo.n. | 12.. 13
7.. 3 i 6..21 12..27 1..11
7.. 2 i 5..22 1..29 2.. 3
7.. 2 i 5..23 2..24 3.. S
7.. 1 I 6..24 3..20 4..10
Steamship Manhattau, Woodhull, Now Yotlt-lclt
Saturday PM. Md ie. To Janies Adaer&Co, J E
Adger & Co, Adams. Damon & Co, JD Aikcu AI CO,
G W Aimar, James Allan, H Bischoff & Co. CD Crabe
k Co, H rt Bonks, E Bates 4: Co, T V. Eristoll, Bro .ru
k Hyer, Bernard Boyd, D Bullwinkle, A Bischoff, W
Carrington k Co, T M Cater, J Campsen k Co, JOH
Clauasen. C D Carr & Cc, li Cobia A: Co, John Com
mine, L Cohen k Co, W S Colwin k Co, W H Choice
k Co. T D Clancy. E RCowpcnhwait, Courtenay, Cia
dust Witte. P Darcy, lt G Dunn k Co, F Dauer,
Henry Daly, Denny k Perry, Miles Drake, Doune k
Moise, Edgerton 4 Richards, Frost k Adoer, John
Ferguson, D F Fleming k Co, B Feldmann k Co, Fo
Bartie's Bookstore, Furchgott k Bros, H Gerdts k Co,
Forsyth, McComb k Co, Wm Gurnev. A G Goodwin.
Agent, CGravcley, Goodrich, Wiaemu 4: ito, JW
Harrisson, H Heins. Holmes k Calder, G H Hoppock,
N A Hunt, Hart k Co, D B Haselton. J Hurkamp k
Co, A Hiing, Jennings, Tbomlinson k Co, Jeffords k
Co, Johnston, Crews k Co, J P Kiep, Kinsm n Bros,
Kreite k Chapman, H Klatte & Co, Fiusmau k Bow?
ell, Klinck. Wickeuberg k Co, O Lopez k son. Lauroy
4 Alexander, Lengnick k Sell, C Lifehgi, M Lahrs.
J G'M?nor k Co, Muller, Nimitz & Co, s R Marshall,
Wm Martchcr. Murphy. Lillie 4 Co, Mowry k Co,
John Marion, J H Mu 1er, Moffett k Wharton, L H
Murray, J F Murkhardt.Wm McLean, J B McLlhosc,
Mr Lo y i Rice, N E Railrovl A sro nt Nieraau k Bor?
ger, B O'Neil!, J F O'Neill k son, D OWcill i Sons,
D O'Neill. Palmetto Pioneer Co-Opcr-?ve Association,
CFPanknin, D Paul k~Co. C P Foppcubeiin. Giles
Pease, R J Quinn k Co. Raoul 4 Lynah, John Rug
heimer. Charlea Rosseler, Raveuel k < o, southe.u
Express Co, S C Railroad Agent, sbackcl oro 4 Keily,
A O Mont?, L Schnell. P U Schroder, D U MICOX, G
W SU ffsna & Co, r-t nhous? 4 Co Jae ob Stelbcr, U S
Quartermostcr. Cfferhardt 4 Campson,. F Voigt, F
Von sauten, Walt er, Evan* & Cogswell. W el Whil
den 4 Co, G W WiUiuuis 4 Co, W L Webb, Werner
4 Ducker, W H W, and otheie. Monday, at 7 30 A
M, eff Cape Lookout, passed the San Jacinto, and at
ll 30 cxeb'iuged s ?to?is with H cinn^hip UunUvillo,
both irom savannah tor New York.
Spaui-h brig Enrique, Madueuo, CicufucgOS, 12
days. Ballast. To Mordecai 4 Co.
i ritish ecbr Mary 4 susan, tl aie, Barbor Island,
Bah, 4 days. Fruit, lo A Canale, and Paul, Welch
Sehr Mary, Gilchrist, Belfast, Me, via Gloucester,
Mass, 9 days from thc latter. Hay, Potatoes and
Bricks, 'io J A En slow 4 Co.
Sehr Independence, Collins. Edisto. 1820 bushels
Cotton Seed and Sundries. To John Toomey.
Sehr Ann S Deas, irom West Foint Mill. 73 tier?
ces Bice. Io J D Aiken 4 Co, and Cohen, Hanckel
Sloop Brandt, from Cooper River. 300 busbelE
Rough Rice. To G H Hopnock
Received from Chisolni's Mill-180 tierces Rice.
To Chisolm Bros.
Received Irom Bennett's MRI-30 tierces Rice. To
Received from West Poiut%Uill-10 tierces Rice,
To Wm Gurney. "v
Steamer Pilot Boy, Peck, Savannah viaL'ilton Head
ina beaufort. 25 bass Sea Uland Cotton and Mdse,
ru John Ferguson, W M Lawton, Johnston, Crews k
Zo, Pinckney Bros, Bol'mann Bios, Joseph Wilght,
M Goldeinith ?: Sons. Dr F L Parker, Wm Gurney.
Ka ve url 4 Co, F Kreeaell, Jr, s lt Marshall, E P
ilutebhison. Southern Express Co, and J 4 X Getty.
CHARLESTON DAILY 1
S tea? ship Charleston, Berry, New York-James Ad
fer 4 Oe.
Steimship Sea Gull, Button, Baltimore-Courtenay
Brig Croton, William?, Providence. R I-L T Potter.
Sehr Abbi* Pi i man, Lombard, Wood's Hole, Mass
J N Robson.
Sehr J M Fitzpatrick, Smith, Baltimore-H F Baker
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York.
Ship Southern Rights, Wilhams, Livernool via Nor?
Steamar Dietater, Willey, Palatka, via Jacksonville
Fernandina, and Savannah.
From this Port.
Sehr Mary E Yancleaf, McCobb, Georgetown, 8 C,
PORT OF GEORGETOWN. S, C., TO JANUARY 18.
January 13-Sehr? Samuel Eddy, Cathcart, Ports?
mouth; M A Combs, Combs, New York.
January 14-^chr Mai y E Vanciicf, McCobb.
Charleston, S C.
January l?-Sehr Lizzie A Watson, Watson, Hew
January 16-Schrs .Pacific, Bragg. Hartford, N C;
Alexardcr H Caine, New York; Clara Rankin, Ran?
January 17-brig M E Danna, O'Neil. New York.
January 13-ccbr S D Fiumy, Tuttlc.Pbiladelphia.
January 14-Sehr Daybreak, Blake, West Indies.
January 18-Addie L Cutter. Smith, Martinique.
The tct.r Sarah Cullen, Davis, from Boston tor
Charleston, arrived at Holmes" Hole, January 15.
Shipncvvs by Telegraph.
WLSHKGTON. January 19.-Arrived steamship Lu?
cille, Irom batt im re; reports dead body picked np
from the wreck ol the Gulf City. It is supposed tc
bc one of th,- bremen.
SAVANNAH, January 19.-Arrived-Steamships San
Salradoi and Montg m?ry, New York; 'ionawjnda,
Philadelphia; North Point, Baltimore; ship Levant,
Kpool, Henry. New York; brig Jas Costy, Porto Rico;
s.hrs T J luckcr, Phihueliihia; S G Gilmcr and
Bedwhcda, Now York.
Cleared->learuriiip Cleopatra, New York; sclirs
Wm Allen, Portland, Me; Four Sisters, Darien, Ga;
Ella, New York.
LIST ?F VJ?SSKLS
CP, CLEARED A.VD SAILED FOR Till S POh,
Steamship'Goldon Hom, Black'in, sailed.Dec 26
British brig Cecilia, Bistrup, up.Dec 28
Ship Pacific, Foss, cleated.Dec 29
British brig Baltimore, V auello, up.Jan 2
Spanish brig Pastoia,-, sailed.Dec 22
Sehr H Simmons, Godfrey, sailed.Jan 2
Sehr Sarah A Hammond, Wiley, up.Jan 8
Sehr S & E Corson, Brown, cleared.Jan 8
Sehr Atalanta, Lebby, sailed.Dec 19
PROVIDENCE, K i.
Sehr Eva N Johnson, Johnson, sailed.Jan 13
S MY tout.
Sehr ConsritutioB,-, up.Jan 15
Sehr Franklin, Swain, up.Jan 14
Brig Black Swan, Rodgers, cleared.Jan 6
Sehr J W Maitland, Laignton, cleared.Jan 7
Sehr Lilly, Francis, up.Jan ?
Sehr Alex Young. Young, np.Jan 14
Sobr Albert thomas. Rodgers, cleared.Dec 31
Sehr Charles E Page. Doughty, sailed.Dec 18
Sehr Ada A Andrews, Roobius, cleared.Jan 10
Sehr 1'dward Kiddir,-, sailed.Jan 10
Sehr West Dennis, -, soiled.Jun 10
NITRE BEDS FERTILIZER.
ASUPFRIOR MANURE FOR ALL CROP.S.
Manufactured lrom Animal and Excrement
Matter, for Nitre purposes, by the Confederate Gov?
ernment. Tcstimintals of itsvaluo shown.
For sale very low by
J. W. bPEAGUE4 BROS.
No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
KINSMAN 4 HOWELL,
No 153 East Bay.
WELCH 4 BRANDES,
January 20 w?8 No. 07 East Bay.
QAA TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GU\NO, IN
OUU Store and to arrivo direct from tho agents,
warranted pure. Bel?g among thc first who intro?
duced Guano into ibo stato, I can confidently refer
to my planting friends that in tbe series of years
that I have sold it I bi. vo always given them a good
Purchasers will rind it to their interest to give mc
a call before buying, as, from thc facilities I have, 1
am enabled to put it at thc lowest market price.
I am also AgeLtfortho State for tho following
standard MANURES, which 1 offer as follows:
Soluble Pacific Guano, i C5 cash, or ?70 first No?
vember, 18C9; approved security, with 7 per cent. ia>
Bough's Raw Bono Phosphate, $60 cash, or $65
timo as above.
Fhon'x Guano, $05 cash, or $65; time as nbovo.
Wi cox 4 Gibbes' Manipulated Guano, $70cash, or
$81-, time as above.
Flour ul Bone, $65cash.
Farmer's Plaster or Gypsum, warranted, $3 60
per barrel of 320 pounds-cash.
J. N. ROBSON,
NOB. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Januaiy 19 sao
THE WANDO MINING AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY offers to tho Planters and Farmers of the
SouOa their Fertilizer, known as the "WANDO FER?
TILIZER," which the experience of thc post season
has proved to be ono of the most valuable in our
market. It has for tts base the materials from the
Fho8phato beds of tho Company on Ashloj Rivor,
and is prepared ot their works at the EAST END OF
HASEL-S?REET in this city. In order to guarantco
ils uniformity and maintain ile high standard, tho
Company has made arrangements with tho distin?
guish ed Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHEPARD r., who
carefully analyzes all the ammoniacal and other ma?
terial purchased by tho Company, and the prepared
Fertiliser, before being offoicd for salo. Tho Com?
pany is resolved to make an article which will prove
to bc a "Complete Manuro," and give entire satis?
For terras, circulars, and othei information, apply
to WM. C. DUKl'S 4 CO., Agents.
No. lSomli Atlantic Wharf.
January 4 mwt 3mos
GROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING BACH1SES.
THE VERY HIGHEST PRIZE-THE IMPERIN!
Cross of tho Legion of Honor-was conferred
upon the representative Of tho GROVER 4 BAKER
SEWING MACHINES ot tho Exposition Universelle,
The GROVER 4 B4KER FAMILY SEWING MA?
CHINES are the only Machines thai can both sew
perfectly and tmbroider pertectly.
They sew with threads direct from the spool, and
require uo re-winding.
Unlike other Mochines there fasten both ends of
the scam by their owu operation.
With these Machines, while silk is used upen thc
right or face-sido of the scam, cotton may bc used
upon thu other si le. This can be doue on no o;hcr
Machine, and is a great saving upon all articles
stitched or mado D|i with silk
GEL VER 4 BAKER'S hLWlNG MACHINES are
sold at New York prices by
No. ?79 JKIXG-STKISET,
SOLE AGENTS FOR TUE STATE CF SOUTH
January tl wfmlmo
LEATHER AND RUBBER
Rivets and Burs
Belt Hooks, Ac.
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
Ko. 303 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
January C 3m o
YEWS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20,
Lillif FROM ?01R M?R? & SUS1N,
15,000 GRAPE FRUIT This cargo is in Hoer condition
ann 1 i ? 4 v . v i ^ lnan any Prions ?i ?irai this sea
300 hunches BANANAS son,
50 dozen PINEAPPLES, j
For sale low while discharging.
PAUL, WELCH & BKANDES,
No. 215 EAST BAY.
IN STORK-10,000 COCOANUT,?, SEED AND TABLE PO
T ATOES, ;ill varieties; CRANBERRIES, APPLES, &c , &c.
THE SMIRK! ifIS ARD S?PERPII?SP1IATE COMPANY
OHIA.I^LElSTOISr3 S. C.,
HAVING COMPLETED THEIR EXTENSIVE MANUFACTORY, ARE NOW PREPARED TO rUBNISH
No oilier kinds being available to Planters for Immediate returns, for their
THIS COMPANY, UN DIR THE DIRECTION ENTIRELY OF SOUTHERN MEN OF GIGS CHARAC?
TER, offers indu 'ciucuts wbl th will rcvomraoud it to Southern Planters. Their works are among
thc largest aud uo,t complet.1 in thc United States, and enable thom to prep ire at hom: an abundant sup?
ply ot the proper solvent tor the soutu Carolina nativo Bono Phosphites which aro nearby. From these
Phosphates they propo.-o to manutacturc a
even richer in SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE than those made from RAW HONES, an 1 containing more than
twice tho quantity ol Superphosphate of Lime fjund in the host averago manures beret--fore offered for
sale, thc rates at which we offer th?Mn bei ns no higher than the average price of other Fertilizers, while
thc Manii'cs contain twice as mucn fortilizing material; they are in fae much choapar to the consumer.
They are offered on the market in two forms, ?Rb a guarantee that the material in each will correspond
to tho advertisement :
J.tiwan JV?. 1-SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, containing from eighteen to twenty-flve per cent, of PURE
SOLUBLE PHOSPIIATK OF LIME, and furnMied at silty dollars per ton.
Etiwan iV'.S-PEItUVIAN SUPERPHOSPHATE, containing from sixteen to twenty per cent, of StJLU
BLE PHOSPHATE, and threo to four per cent of AMMONIA, at seventy Dollar* per ton, for approved ac?
ceptances bearlu ; interns, or such other security as may bc acceptable lo the sub-ageuts, a discount of ten
per cent on the abovo prices will be made for cash.
Orders lo bc lortvarded immediately to the Agouta, and delivery made os directed on aud after 1st Jan?
WM. C. BEE & CO., Agents.
C. O- HI EM ill \'G ER. President.
The Fertilizers of thin Company will bc branded ETIWAX.No. 1-ETIWAN,
December 30 w^3mos
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price. ;
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
T, . . , (205 Broadway, New York.
Principal )721 chestnut St., Phila.
Warehouses 108Bailk st., Cleveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE UV
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOOKS. SASHES AND BLINDS
Charit ?ton, S. C.
Particular a'.lentloa paid to Shipping.
JT^OGAN <fc SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 83 BROAD-STREET.
ROSWELL X. LOGAN...E. DATNARD SEABROOK
Septem ?. r
5rnj}5, (Remir?is, (Etc.
AYER'S CiliRRY PECTORAL,
For Diseases of thc Throat
and Lang?, such as Coughs,
Cola-, Whooping Coagh,
Bronchitis, Asthma and
PROBABLY NEVER BEFORE IN THE WHOLE
history of medicino basanylhiug won so wi loly and
so deeply upon thc confidence of mankind as
tliis excellent remedy for pulmonary compluiute.
I h rough a long series of years, and among most ot
the rocen of men, it has risen higher and higher in
their estimation, as ii has uce?me better known. Its
uniform character and i owcr to cure the various af?
fections of thc lungs and throat, hare made it known
ns a reliable protector against them. While ruiap'ed
to milder forms of dtsoaso and to young children, it
is at thc same time thc most effectual remedy that
can bo given for incipient consumption, and tho dan?
gerous utrectlcns of the threat Bad lungs. As a pro?
vidion against sudden attacks of croup, it should bo
kept on hand in every family, und indeed, as all are
sometimes subject to colds and coughs, aU should
be provided with this antidote for them.
Although settle 1 CONSUMPTION IB thought incura?
ble, still great numbers ot cases where, the disease
seemed settled havo been completely cured, and
the patient restored to sound health by the CHERRY
PECTORAL. SO complete is its niastory over tbe die
orders of tho Lunes and Throat, that the most ob?
stinate of thom yield to ic. When nothing e>6e could
reach them, under the CK ?mu- PECTORAL they sub?
side and disappear.
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS find great protec?
tion from it.
ASTHMA is alwavs rolicvcd and often wholly cured
BRONCHITIS is generally cured by taking the CHT.B
BT PECTORAL lu small and frequent doses.
So gonerally are its virtues known that we need
not publish the cortiQcatos of them here, or do more
than assuro tho public that its qualities are fully
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR ALL THE P?RP0SE8 OF A FAMILY
Arc so compos'd that disease within tho ran?? of
their action can rarely withstand or evade them.
Their penetrating properties aoareh, and clo inse,
and Invigorate every portion of the human organ?
ism, correcting its diseased action, and restoring its
healthy vitalities. As a consequence of Ihe^o pro?
pel ties, the invalid who ls bowed do wu with pain or
phyxicul debility is astonished to find his health or
energy rostored by a remody at once so simple and
Not only do they euro the evcry-day complaints
of everybody, but also many formidable and danger?
ous diseases. '1 he agent below named is pleased to
furnish gratis my Amer can Almanac, containing
certificates of their cures and directions foi their
use in the followlrg complaints : Costiveness,
Heartburn, Headache arisiug from disordor of
Stomach, Natis-ca, Indigestion, Pain in and Morbid
Inacli.n of thc I towels, Flatulence, Loss of Appe?
tite, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, aris?
ing from a low state of tho body or obstruction ot
its functions, 'lhcy arc an excellent alterative tor
thc renovation ol'thc blood and the restoration ol
tono and strength to tho system /Jcbil.tatcd by die
easc. nsUHtU gwii
PBEFAnED B? gUSj "f??
~ Dr. J. C. AYER & CO.T
Sold at wholesale by DOWIE k MOISE,
Charleston, S. C., aud by Retail Druggists every?
where. fm<\3uios mc December 23
For Cleansing thc Teeth, Preventing thc
Formation of Tartar, giving tone to
thc (.inns, and leaving a delight?
ful sensation ox*Cleanliness and
Fragrance in the .ir o ut h.
SUPERIOR TO bOZODONT ANT) CHEAPER.
THIS PREPARATION 13 THE RESULT OF THE
combined skill of tbe physician, dentist and apothe?
cary, and it is offered as a RELIADLE Substitute for
thc numerous uucr'aln washes now in vogue, 'ihe
microscope has also been called into use, aud the re?
searches nf a celebrated observer have detected the
manner in which tho tartar is formed, showing it to
be the work of animalculte.
Substances which Ficinus found lo des'roy 'he life
of ih< se iniusoria arc contained lu 'ho Dentalhinn,
and thus it prevents the increase of tartar and conse?
quent loosening or the teeth. It will be lound useful
to persons in advanced life, giving strength und tone
to tho gums, while to every or.c tho aroma and sen?
sation of cleanliness after using it will bo sufficient
rccomtiicudatiin; smokers especially will appreciate
Numerous dentists of thc highest standing being
acquainted with tbe composition of fha Den allina,
advocate its use, it containing nothing corrosive or
injurious to prevent its unrestrained employment.
Prepared only by JAS. T. SHINN, Chemist, Phila?
For sale by DOWIE k MOISE,
Corner Meeting and Kasel streets,
January 15 flnwfi Charleston, 8. C.
EOS AD ALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by
Druggists Everywher Cv
J T . II U JI P M R K Y S ,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE
CURIIIE3 AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
Ho. 27 BROAD-STREET,
? CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BOTST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. R. WARING, Esq.
SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME.
(JIBE LETTERS PUBLISHED IN OUE PAMPHLET, WHITTEN BY PROMINENT PLANTERS, DB.
TAILING their experience with MAPES' NITROGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIMB on Cotton, Corn
and other crops, daring the past season, afford additional testimony in favor of this Fertilizer. Notwith?
standing thc lon?-continued drought, followed by excessive rains, and then by the caterpfllars, MAPES'
NITROGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE has, in nearly every instance, even when applied for the first time,
produced crops which yielded handsome profits to the planters. In some instances theso results would
seem incredible, if rot substantiated by reliable gentlemen.
Its extreme solubility, richness in animal organic matter, yielding ammonia, and tis power to abserb
water, enabled lt to promote a sufficiently vigorous early growth for the plant to withstand, to a (feat de
grce, the ill effects of extremes of weather, and even the ravages of the caterpillars, and to continue to act
in thc presence or such quantities of moisture as were not only insufficient to enible other Fertilizers to
contribute to the growth of the crop, but even to prevent them, os in the caso of Peruvian Guano, from
doing a positive injury m tho plant, by causing firing, &c.
It is generally conceded (hat thc more vigorous and healthy the early growth may oe developed, espe
dally in thc cotton plant, thc less liability of thc plant to become a prey to the diseases and mishaps incl
dental to the crop. To insure such early, vigorous growth, and to add to thc certainty, in spite of the mis?
haps in cultivation and extremes of weather, the MAPES' SUPERPHOSPHATE COMPANY have aimed to
increase thc solubility of their Fertilizer, both in its animal ammonial matter and bone phosphate, so that
there will bc the largest amount of plant food ready in every emergency for immediate use by the plant.
This is accomplished by thc thorough fermentation of the animal matter with the phosphates, ?3 weU tisby" ;
treatment with sulphuric acid during thc manufacture, and the use of only such material. Deduced to
conccntrat'.d form, as are of animal, instead of mineral origin, and valuable in themselves as fertilizers. -
While the Company claim that the chemical analyses do not fully portray tho full-agricultural vaine of
their Fcrlilizer, since they fail to determine the adaptibllity of the ingredients to plant growth, tho quarf^I.^
and character ol thc materials from which thoy are derived, especially in the case of organic matter and
phosphates, they rorer with pride to tho published analyses of Fae prominent chemists during several
years past, which provo tho nniljrm purity of their article, and also that tha Com jany havo never offered
an article to their customers that was below tbolr published chemical standard.
Fer Descriptive Pamphlets apply to
IKIKTSlMAlSr Sc HOWELL,
No. 153 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANURE.
ORCHILLA GUANO!; PERUVIAN GUANO !
EBODES' MANURE, IN ITS PREP\RA4ION, IS MIDE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOR FORCING LARGE
crops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, Potatoes and other Root Crops.
Tho Manufacturing Department ls conducted by Frederick Elett, ono of the most skillfal Chemists and
Manufacturers in the United States.
lt is endorsed, approved and recommended by all of the most prominent Chem ia ? s and Agriculturists in
the Southern states. "It cm be relied upon a? uniform in quility," always tatiania, productive of large
crops, and unesco: led by any in th: market, in the blah porcoutage of "Trite Fertilizing Principles."
Price $?7 60 cash, or SCI time, with Factor's acceptance, and seven per cent, interest until 1st December,
ORCniLLA G U A Ri O-" AA, " a true Bird Guano, rich in Phosphates and Alkaline Salts. Price $36
cash, $40 lime.
PERUVIAN GUANO-Warran* pure and always on hand. Furnished at market prices for
B. S. RHETT & SON, *
Agents, Charleston, S. C.
.januory 6 Imo
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. AH Policies non-Forfeitable.
Half Loan Taken. No Notes Required.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (PIP??) PER CENT.
Policies in force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid.- 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. G ?.HAGAN, Secretary.
L. McAD?M, Actuary.
6. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Drx, New York. E. V. HAUGHWOUT, Firm E. V. Haughwout Si
Hon. JAMES HABPER, Finn Harp3r & Bros., Co. _
ox-Mavor New York. WM. WILSENS, Firm W. Wilkens & Co.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank Republic. JULIUS fl. PAATT, Merchant.
WM. T. HOOKER, Wall-street. WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant.
WM. M. VERMTLTE, Banker (Yermilye Sc Co.) CHAS. J. STARR, Merchant.
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Nowark Banking WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
Company. GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, a. Y.
Hon. GEORGE OPDTKE, ex-Mayor of New York. GEO. T. HOPS, President Continental Fire In
Mnrox C. MORGAN, Banker. surance Company.
THOMAS RIONEX, Firm Thomas Rigney & Co. JOHN H. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
BENJ. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Steam WALTON H. PECKHAM, Coruer 5th Avenue and
Sugar Roflniug Company. Twenty-tnird-street.
AARON ARNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable & Co. EDWARD H. WuioHr, Newark, N. J.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmoro & Bowne, Law- GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
veriJ> W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant. v
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina. *
Dr. T. KP: EN ST J KUNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
Office No. 255 King-Street, Cntrleston, S. C.
WIM!. UVE. BIBD & CO.,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND DEAbStiS IN
WHITE LEAD. ZINC Pl? COLORS. FIRN
Paint Brushes, Window Glass, (Ms of all kinds.
PROPRIETORS OF TBE FAVORITE BRAND OF
BRILLIANT PETROLEUM OB KEROSENE OIL; ARTISTS' AND PAINTERS' MATERIALS.
AGENTS FOR HOWE'S STANDAKD SCALES
MARVIN'S FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
No. 203 EAST BAY-STREET, CBAELE8TON, S. C.
January i DAC 3mo
C. E. ChAGHORN, ) Philadel
K. H. COATES, J phla, Pa.
XV. F. HARKING,
A. 31. JACKSON,.
Charleston, 8. C.
CLAGHORN, HERRING & CO.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
AUGUSTA, GA., CHARLESTON, S. C., PHILADELPHIA, PA. -y
HAYING RECENTLY ESTABLISHED A BRANCH HOUSE AT CHARLESTON (AC?
COMMODATION WHARF), we aro prepared to offer cveiy facility for iiLcEIVlNG, FOR?
WARDING AND SELLING
COTTON AND OTHER PRODUCE,
TO EITHER OF OUR ?IIREB HOUSES.
LIBERAL ADVANCE made on all consignments when desiree. AL? to oar friends,
Mossrs. ROBT. LOCKHART & DEMPTER, Liverpool, England.
January 7 D*c _
500 BOXES IC 14x20 ROOFING TiN
300 BOXES TX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 23x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
23 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, Ste., Ac.
IN STORE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY ? CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6mo
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, Sx., &c
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast comer Meeting and Cumberland street*.
January 1 6mo
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CA.UEKON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streetey
January 1 6mo