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THE DAILY NEWS.
BOSTON-Per fchr Mary D Haskell-183 bales Cot?
ton, 8 bales Bags and Paper, 768 'obis Koa in. 431
bbls Spirits I ur Dentine, 44 tons Iron and Metals.
PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr Surprise-269 bales Cot?
ton, 102 casts Bice, ll crates Rope Cnt?ngs, 10
bhds and 100 tons Iron, 10O Empty Barrels, and
20,000 foet Lumber.
Charleston Cotton and Klee Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, ?
CHARLESTON. Friday Evening, January 22, '69.}
COTTON.-Thc position of prloes wa3 too strong
for buyers who act with great caution in purchasing,
which condition of the market restricts operations,
but sellers hold firmly. The transactions were
about 360 bales: say 6 at 25:; 1 at 25?; 1 at 26; 66 at
26? ; ?9 at 26?; 20 r.t 27; 14 at 27?; 14 at 27? ; 136
at 27?; 6 at 28?; 40 at 28?; 4 at 29?c ? lb. We
LIVERPOOL osatsmoainw :
Ordinary to good ordinary.2G.U<S2">a
Low middling.28 @
By New Yolk clasfiflcati' n we quote :
KICE.-The inclement weather restricted tho
transa tions; sales about 73 tierces of clean Carolina:
say 60 tierces at 8?c, and 23 tierces, a fancy lot, on
private terms. We quote common to fair cleon Car?
olina at 8@S? ; good 8?@8?c 9 lb.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, January 22-Noon -Securities unchang?
Two P. M.-Stocks steady. Refined petroleum ls
3d. Tallow 186 Cd.
LIVERPOOL, January 22-Noon.-Cotton firmer
hut not quotably higher; uplands ll?d; Crleons
ll?. Sales 15,000 bales; sales of the week 37,000.
- For ( xport 13,006, and for speculation 18,000. Stock
295,000, of which 82.000 are American. Corn 3fs Gd.
Two P. M.-Yarns and fabrics at Manchester firm.
Cotton active; uplands ll?d; Orleans ll?d. Stock
afloat 291,000 bales, of which 130,000 oro American.
Cheese 73s. Tallow 46s9d.
Evening.-Cotton active; uplands ll?all?d; Or?
leans ll?oll?d;sales 15.000bales. Rosin dull.
HAVRE, January 22.-Cotton opens active on the
spot and afloat; afloat If 37?c
NEW IOKE, January 22-Neon.-Money easy at 7;
exchange T?. Gold 35?. 62'a 13. Cotton firm at
Evening.-Cotton less active; sales 3000 bales.
Flour active; priceB steady. Wheat in good demonnd
for exportation. Corn unchanged. Oats more ac?
tive. Pork firm at $30a30 12?. Lard firmer; kettle
20. Whiskey $1 OL Turpentine 53a64. Rosin
$2 503 8 50. Freights active. Governments streng;
62*813)4 ; money easier at 6s7: sterling 9?; supply
light; gold 35?; Southern securities firmer; stocks
active, closing unsettled and feverish.
BALTIMORE, January 22.-Cotton firm. Flour fa?
vors buyers. Corn and oats dull. Rye firm. Pork
active at $31 rhouHcrs 15. Lard 20.
ST. LOOTS, Januiry 22.-Pork $3Jo30 25. Clear
sides 17?al8. Whiskey dull at 95.
LOUISVILLE, January 22 -Mess pork $33. Lard
20. shoulders 14?; clsar sides 18. Packed fl oar
sup ern no $5 50a6. Whiskey SI.
CINCINNATI, January 22. Whiskey dull at 98. Pro?
visions firmer. Mesa pork $30. Shoulders 14c
Sugar-cured hams 18? c. Lard held at 20c
WILMINOTON, January 21-Spirits of turpentine
firm at 50a51. Rosin firm at $3a4. Turpentine firm
at $2 20a3 30. Tor firm at ?2 35. Cotton quiet; mid?
AUGUSTA, January 22.-Cotton dull; sales 600
bales; receipts 890; middling 27?.
SAVANNAH, January 22.-Cotton opened steady
and closed dull; middling 2?"; sales 100 bales ; re?
MOBILE, January 22.-Receipts of the week 10,
511; exports to Great Britain CL 160.
NEW ORLEANS, January 22.-Cotton receipts to?
day 6333; receipts of the week-gross 28,710, net 28,
142; exports to-day 8039; of the week, to Great Bri?
tain 9895, to the Continent 3852, leastwise 14,442;
stock 120, 10. Sales to-day 3500; sales of the week
23,300; market opened active and advanced ?a?c,
but relapsed and closed dnR at yesterday's rates;
middling 28?. Gold 36?. Sterling48. Comm>r
dtl 47a4??. Now York sight ? discount. Sugar
active-common 10?al0%; prime 12?al3; yellow
clarified 14al4?. Molasses active-common 60a64.
prime 67o69; choice 7J&70?.
AV timing to ii Harket.
WILMTNGION, January 21.-SPIRITS TURPEN?
TINE-Market unsettled; stock in first hands is very
light No sales to-day; last report quoted as high as
ROSIN-Advanced 10 cents; 2400 bbls were sold at
$2 for strained and No 2; 70 bbb] low No 1 were sold
' at $3 87?.
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Market steady, with nur re?
quest; sales reach 657 bbls at S3 20a3 25 for Bolt, and
$21502 20 for hard.
L'AR-Firm ; sales of 34 bbls at $2 25, 30 at 2 30, and
71 at 2 35.
COTTON-Quiet; 164 bales changed hands on a
basis of 28c for middling.
Interior Cotton St?rket?.
ATLANTA January 20.-COTTON-Becetpts 76
bales ; market active ot 26?a27c.
MACON, January 20.-COTTON-The market has
been rather quiet With a good demand there was
comparatively but Utile offered ; sales were made on
the bails of 26?c for middlings-all offered being
! readily taken at that figure; the market closed firm
at 26?c; receipts for the day 639 bales; shipments
126 bales; soles 243 boles.
MONTGOMERY, January 20.-Our market is very
firm at 26c for low midd.inge.
Sash, vii lc Market.
NASHVILLE, TUESDAY, January 19.-COTTON.
The market which was buoyant ot full pri?es during '
the first of the week, hos declined materially, and to- | (
doy closes d uU as follows : Ordinary 25?. good ord!
S?SfStSS, middling 26?~26?. To-day's trans
actions loot up as follows: Receipts 480, sales 231,
Stock on hand September 1, 1868.CO
Stock on hand .2,169
Up to thia dato last year, the receipts wire 37,973
bales, and shipments of 35,188, lca\Hug stock on
hand 8212 bales.
CORN.-The market for the pas', week has been ac?
tive and prices stiff. The pureba -es to-da j" amount?
ed to 4350 bushels at 62?a55-, and sales of 4000
bushels ready for shipment at 70c.
OATS.-Rot much doing. We heard of sales from
was-on at 55c, and a am Ul lot delivered in depot
Consignees per Soain Carolina Kailroarf
1342 balos Cotton, 36 bales Domestics, 3 cars Lum?
bar, ond 1 car Stock. To Railroad Agent, Graeser,
Lee, Smith k Co, M Goldsmith k Son, J R Pringle,
J D Aiken k Co, G W Wi.hams k Co, Pelzer, Rodgers
& Co. G H Walter k Co, Dowling k Co, Reeder it Da?
vis. Frost k Adv er, Ravenel k Co. A J Salinas, Mow?
ry k Co, W C Dukes fr Co, West & Jones, Claghorn,
Herring k Co, Kirkpatrick & Witte,Willis k Chisolm,
W C Courtney * Co, Cohen, Hanckel k Co, Wardlaw
& Carew, J B E Sloan, W K Ryan, and W W Smith.
Consignees per Northeastern Kailroad
137 bales Cotton, 75 bushels Rough Rice. Mdse,
kc To G W Williams & Co. KOL dall sr Docket?, R A
& J F Early, Klinck. Wickcnt>erg & Co, Re- der s Da?
vis, 8 D Stoney, Kinsman k Rowell, Hopkiiis. Mc?
Pherson k Co, J R O'Neill, J P Gr in rall, E H White,
Bart k Wirth G W Loe, J D Aiken ? Co. D C Ebauith,
J A Kntchorrt, Frost k Adger, Caldwell k Sons, Mo
zyeks k Salters, M Drucker, Kendall & Docken-, Clag?
horn, Herring & co. W K Ryan. Graeser. Lee, Smith
4 Co, bk nhouae k Co, Mowry k Co, A D Walker. B
Stephens. JUE Moan, G W Clark & Co. J Coloock &
Co, Ravenel k Co, and J A Quackenbush.
PHASES OF THE MOON. I &
Last Quarter, 5th, 1 hour, 2 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 12th, 1 hour, 33 minutes, evening.
First Quarter. 20tu, 7 hours, 6 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 27th, 8 hours, 10 minutes, evening.
RISES. I SETS.
7.. 4 I 5..18
7.. 3 6..19
7.. 3 I 5..20
7.. 3 j 5..21
7.. 2 S..22
7.. 2 5..23
7.. 1 I S..24
10..40 , U..35
ll.. 33 morn,
mom. j 12..IS
12..27 ? 1..11
1..22 2.. 3
2..24 I 3.. 5
3..26 I 4. .10
Per steamship James Adger, from New York
Mr Char lei Morgan and wile, A J Crew.-, wife and 2
children, Rev C O Donohue, Rev Jos sirle, Rev A M
Freitag, Miss A Wright, F W Stower, Mr Ml?sroon,
N Hals-cad. J M sherman, H E Raymond and wife.
Miss A P Terry, H P Kingsland, E De Bend on, J Bit?
ter, Jr, W H Hird, P D Vonvreuken, J 1) Vonvreu?
ken. T P Lawrence, R C Johnson, and 6 on deck.
Fort of Charleston.. January 23.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. New York
left luth tait, P M. Maze. To Jas Adger 4 Co. S C
Railroad Agent, Florida Steamer Agent, Southern
Express Co, J E Adger ft Co, C JJ Ahrens ft Co, J Ap?
ps, J Bennett, C D Brahe & Co, T M Bristoll, J C
Buickmyer, Cameron, Bark'ey & Co. W H Chafee ft
Co, T D Clancy, ? Cobia ft Co, McDuff Coben, L Co?
hen ft Co, Henry Daly, Dowie k Moise, Edgerton ft
Blch-odB, John Ferguson, E J H Fischer, D F Flem?
ing ? Co, Forsyth. McComb k O, H Gerdts k Co. C
Goldstelu, Goodrich. Winoman ft Co, C Graveley. J H
Grayer. Goudkop & Bcutbner, G H Gruber, J L Guil
mortin, Hart k Co, J H Hillen, F Horsey. J Hurkamp
& Co, Jenaiogs, Thomlinsonft Co. Johnston, Crews
ft Co, Jeffords & Co, C Kerrison, Jr, J P Krop, Kins
in ia Bros Kreite & Chapman, A LaDger, E F Larous
tiliere. Laure,- k Alexander, McLoy ti Rice, Mantoue
ft Co. Melcher* 4: MuUer. J G Milnor & Co, S R Mar?
shall. Moffat k Wharton, Mowry & Co, Muller, Nim?
itz ic Oo, J H Murray. Uorth, Steele te Wardell, B
O'Neill. C F Panknin, Paul, Welch k Brandes, c p
Poppenbeim, Reeder & Davis, J H Rcnneker, R S
Rhett & son. W H S?affer. Jacob Small & Co, E B
Stoddard k Co, Strauss k Vance, C Voigt, Wagener
k Monsees. Walter, Evans k Cogswell, G H Walter
k Co, L Webb, Werner k Ducker, W B WUliams.
W J Yates E Rull, Mar.-hall k Burge, J C H Cl aussen,
Misa A P Terry, J A Cook k Co, G W Steffens k Co, S
S solomons, Rev T S Roi^cst. A W Jager, J Burke k
Son, I McCarthy, J R R-rod ft Co. P Cullinane, J Ma?
guire, S LaTorre, / Heseman k Co, D Lopez ft Son,
E Bates k Co, J MEason k Bro, Holmes k Calder, P
Weiskopf, M N Klein, Holmes' Bookstore, Rieb op
Davis, Hart k Wirth, H Rlatte k Co, E Henty, Ship
Grahams Polly, T Kelly, F KreaseU, Jr, B Feldmann
ft Co, J Wylie ft Co, Crone, Boylston ft Co, Order,
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore-left Tues?
day. Mdze. To Mordecai ft Co, Courtenay ft Tren
holm, S C Railroad Agent, Jennings, Thenalinson ft
Co, J A Smith,G .s Cameron, John Ferguson, J Mehr?
ten;-, Jeffords ft Co, J A Quackenbusb, Holmes ft Cal
der. Brown ft Hy er, W G Wh.il den ft Co, J Surkamp
ft Co, B O'.Neill, Bol'mann Bios, Klinck, Wlckonbcrg
ft Co, J A Cook ft Co, D A Amme, B Fcldmann ft Co,
G W Steffens ft <'o, Tideman ft Co. JP Keip, J C
Binkner, CD Ahtens ft Co. Mordecai & Co. SR Mar?
shall, Mowry & Co, Wm Mancher, Goodrich, Wine
man ft Co, J R Pringle, Johnston, Crows & < to, E J H
lischor, General R O i yler. C Voigt, W L Webb, T J
Kerr ft Co. Jeffords ft Co, Lauroy ft Alexander, John
Heins, G W Williams ft Co, F F Chapeau, Porcher ft
Henry, stell, Wobb ft Co, J H Graver, W C Dukes ft
Co, West ft Jones. Ostendorff ft Co. U S Quartermas?
ter, H Bischoff ft Co, J Campsen ft Co, Ravenel ft
Holmes. L Lorentz, P C Schroder. J Meitsler, W H
i hulee ft Co, J E Adger ft Co, C Graveley, Capt H S
Hankies, J Ihomson ft Co, L Schnell, and J N Hob?
Sehr Mary D Haskell, Barbour, Boston-H F Baker
Sehr Surprise, Symmes, Philadelphia-H F Raker ft
From this Port.
Sehr Nellie F Rurgees. Keene. Baltimore, Jan 20.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York, Jan 19.
Ship R C Winthrop, Stewart, Liverpool, Jan 8.
Sehr Meteor, Carver, Matanzas, Jon 8.
Cleared for tilla Port.
Scbr Ida Richardson, Bedell, at Now York, Jan 19.
Sailed for tills Port.
British brig Wm Nash, McBride, from Cardenas,
Brig Eva N Johnson, Johnson, from Newport, Jan 15.
The sehr Martin W Bates. McFarland, from George?
town, ti C, arrived at Portland, January 16.
S ii ip nov s by Telegraph.
NEW YOEE. January 23.-Arrived-Steamsh ip Cle?
WLMXNOTON, January 23.-Cleared-Mary Sanford
for New York.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS POM
Steamship Golden Horn, Blackiin, sailed.Dec 26
British bri; Cecilia, Bistrup, cleared.Jon 2
The Edith Wheeler, up.Jan 2
Ship Pacific, Foss, clearod.Dec 29
British brig Baltimore, V anello, np.Jau i
Spanish brig Pastora, -, sailed.Dec 22
British brig Wm Nash, McBride, sailed.Jan 8
Sehr H Simmons, Godfrey, soiled.Jan 2
Sehr Sarah A Hammond, Wiley, up.Jan 8
Sehr S ft E Corson, Brown, cleared.Jan 8
WISC ASSET, ME.
Sehr Atalanta, Lebby, sailed.Deo 18
NEWPORT, R I.
Sehr Eva N Johnson, Johnson, sailed.Jan 15
Sehr Franklin, Swain, up.Jan ll
ScL? N W Smith, Tooker, up.Jan 19
jt.lg .Hack Swan, Rodgers, cleared.Jan 6
S*hr J W Maitland, Lalgnton, cleared..Jan 7
Sehr Lilly, Francis, cleared.Jan 18
Sehr Constitution, Smith, cleared.Jan 19
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, cleared.Jan 19
Sehr Albert Thomas, Rodgers, cleared. .Dec 31
Sehr Alex Young, Young, cleared.Jan 18
Sehr Charles ? Page. Dongbty, sailed.Deo 18
Sehr Ada A Andrews, Rooblus, cleared.Jan 10
Behr Edward Kidder,-, sailed.Jan 10
Sehr West Dennis, -, sailed.Jan 10
TTOUaSS & MACBETH,
No. 30 Broad-street,
Charleston, &. C.,
BBOKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL CUM MISSION AGENTS.
Will atttend to Renting and Collecting of Rents
md purchase and sa o of Stocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate.
To tho Purchase of Goods and Supplies for par'ies
n the country upon reasonable terms.
SEOBOE L. HOLMES....ALEXANDER MACBETH.
T DRAYTON FORD),
BROKER, No. AO BROAD-STREET,
BO?S AND SEXLS REAL ESTATE AND PUB
UO AND PRIVATE BONDS, Stocks and Securi
ies, of all kinds. Alse, negotiates Loans on Real
Esta to and Stock Collaterals.
January 2 DAC Imo
YY Y. LKl'lCtl & K. S. BRUNS,
* MONEY AND REAL ESTATE
No. 39 Broad-street,
Charleston, F C.
january 1 Imo
J" OWN DE S d? GR I JIB.I LL,
No. 36 Broa?- j tree t,
BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION,
ftc. fte*., ftc.
Renting of Houses attended to.
?. PTNCKNXX LOWNDES.BERSLET G RI MU ALL.
January 1 Imo
J H . IV I L S O N,
No. 5 Broad-street.
JOLD, SILVER, BANK NOTES, COUPONS,
STOCKS AND BONDS,
Bought and Sold at Market Rates. Check'; on
few.York and Baltimoro, and DralU on England,
roland, Pans and Ber-in.
January 1 Imo
^Vilich C. BLACK,
?TOCK AND REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. S?8 Broad -street,
Charleston, S. C.
Transactions made at auction or private sale.
January 1 lao
Charleston, S. C. V
WILL Bex AND SELL ON COMMISSION,
EAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BOND9, COUPON?,
GOLD, SILVER, BaNK SILLS AND
January 1 Imo
THE S?LPMRIC ACID il SUPERPHOSPHATE COMPANY
OHARLESTOU, S. C.,
HAVING COMPLETED THEIR EXTENSIVE MANUFACTORY, ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
No other kinds being available to Planters for Immediate returns, for tbeir
THIS COMPANY, UNDER THE DIRECTION ENTIRELY OF SOUTHERN MEN OF HIGH CHARAC?
TER, offers inducements wbkh will recommend it to Southern Planters. Their works are among
the largest aud mo-t complete in the United States, and dhablc them to prep ire at home an abundant f up
pl v ol tho proper solvent for the South Carolina native Bone Phosphates which are near by. From these
Phosphates they propose to manufacture a
even richer in SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE than those made from RAW BONES, and containing more than
twice the quantity of Superphosphate of Limo found in the best average manures heretofore offered for
sale, the rates at which we offer them being no higher than the average price of other Fertilizers, while
the Maoni es contain twice a9 much fertilizing material; they are in fae' much cheaper to the consumer.
They are offered on the market in two forms, with a guarantee that the material in each will correspond
to the advertisement:
litwan No. 1-SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE, containing from eighteen to twenty-five per cent, of PURE
SOLD BLE PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and furni?hed ot sixty dollars per ton.
iliwan iYo. 2-PERUVIAN SUPEBPHOSPHATE, containing from sixteen to twenty per cent of SOLU?
BLE PHOSPHATE, and tnree to fo.ur per cont, of AMMONIA, at seventy Dollars per ton, for approved ac?
ceptances bearing interest, or such other security as may be acceptable to the sub-agents, a discount of ten
per cent on the above prices will be made for cash.
Orders to be lorwarded immediately to the Agents, and delivery made as directed on and after 1st Jan
WM. C. BEE & CO., Agents.
C. G .tiE.MMiXGEU. President.
The Fertilizers of tbis Company will be branded KT I TV AN, No. 1-ETIWAN,
December 30 wsSoaos
NITRE BEDS FERTILIZER.
ASUPFRIOR MANURE FOR ALL CROPS.
Manufactured from An-mal and Excrement
Matter, for Nitre purposes, by the Confederate Gov?
ernment. Testimc mais of its value shown.
For sale very low by
J. W. hPP.AGUE k BROS.
No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
KINSMAN k HOWELL,
No 163 East Bay.
WELCH-&-BR ? N?ES,
January 20 ws8 No. 67 East Bay.
THE LODI MAHOFACTOBIHG CO.
INVITE PLANTERS AND FARMERS TO FEND
for a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilizers,
We offer our DOUBLE REFINE J P .UDRETTE,
equal to the best Superphosphate, at tho low prico
of $25 |:er ton. 1 his Company also make a supe?
rior article of Nitrophoephate and pure Bono l>ust
E. M. IODD. Smithfield, Va., Bays where be med
tho Double Refined Poudre ito on corn it doubled the
WILLIAMS BBOS , Dover, Del, says it gave their
rhubarb andtomnloe- a vigorous growth, ripening
tho latter two weeks earlier.
P. W. HUTCHISON, Sr, near Cherokee, Ga., Bays it
nearly doubled his yield of cotton.
Hon. ELI 8. SHOUTER, Eufaula, Als., says his cot?
ton was fully equal to adjoining uelds manured with
the best Superphosphates.
9. MON'TOOVEHY, Ellaville, Ga., says it increased
his crop of cotton 150 lbs per acre.
G. S. OOLESBT, Marietta, Ga., used it on com and
cotton and say? it un re than doubled the jield. Be
regards it the cheapost and mo*t reliable Fertilizer
within his knowledge.
Ex-Governor t KITH, Warrentri, Va,, tried it with
three several crops the last and present years, and
says: 'T pronounce it with confidence a moat valua?
Ihe Superintendent of General W. R. Cox, Polk
Island Plantation, N. C., says: "I think tho Poudretto
used for carn cannot bo surpassed; used it also on
cotton which produced a large yield.
Dr. H. M. PEND nv TON*, ht urta, Ga., says: "Tho
Nitrophosphaie of Lime, used on cotton made 218
per ceut the first year.
Professor GEOKOB H. COOK, of tho New Jersey
State Agricultural College, at New Brunswick, says:
"The Double Refined Poudrettc and Nitrophosphaie
of Lime paid us full 100 per cent, above their mar?
ket value tu the increase of crops this year."
Address LODI MANUFAClUBING COMPANY,
Box 3139, New York Postofllce. Office No. 66 Court
land t-s tree t.
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AGENTS FOR THE COMPANY.
January 14 thstu3mos
QAA TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO, IN
DU\J Store and to arrive direct from the agents,
".vurranted pure. Being among the first who intro?
duced Guano into the state, I can confidently refer
to my planting friends that in tho series of years
that 1 have sold it 1 have alway* grv<-n them a good
Purchasers will find it to their interest to elvo me
a call before buying, os, from the facilities I have, 1
am enabled to put it at tho lowest market prico.
I am also Agent for the State for the following
standard MANURES, which I offer as follows:
Soluble Pacific Guano, S 05 cash, or $70 first No?
vember, 1809; approved t-ocurity, with 7 per cent, in?
Baugh'B Raw Bono Phosphate. $60 cash, or $05;
time as above.
Phocmx Guano, $65 cash, or $65; time as above.
Wi cox k Gibbes' Manipulated Guano, $70cash, or
$85; time as above.
Flour of Bone, $65 cash.
Farmer's Plaster or Gypsum, warranted, $3 CO
per burrel of 320 pounds-cash.
J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Januaiy 19 tuthelmo nae
No. 1 PERU VIAN.
SABDY'S "SOLUBLE PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN."
SARD Y'S "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,"
HIGHEST GRADES PURE PHOSPHA?
TID GUANOS AND G ROU IV D
THE USE OF TUE AEOVli SOLUBLE PFJOhPHO
PEttUVIAN und Ammontitcd Soiublo Pacific
Guanos is particularly recommended, being com?
pon: ds of thc nctiest Pacific Pho.-phadc Guano,
rendered soluble; the former c -ntainiug twouty per
cent of Peruvian Guano, and Ibo latter highly am
moniated with animal matter-matting the most
concentrated and profitable fertilizers lu uso for cot?
ton, corn, wheat and tobacco.
For sale lu basB and bu reis, in quantics to suit.
Testimonials from those who have used thc above
(rill be lurui ed on application.
GRAESER, LEE, SMITH di CO.,
General Agents at Charleston.
"Feed yoar Land and lt tv i ll Feed Yon.'
December 24 nae thstulmo
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
CA PITA L.91,000,000.
rHIS GUANO DIFFERS FROM PERUVIAN
Guano simply in 'be relative proportions of
he same eh ra mts of fertility.
Its use during the past four years for tho oullnro
)f colton and "-om has given to it a character for
itandard excellence unsuipa?scd by gonuine Peru
nan Guano, and where seasous of drought inter?
vene, ii produces a large increado of crops.
The price at wince Ihis Guano i3 placed is FO
nneh below that of Peruvian Guano, as to constitute
t an object ol ma:t-rial importance to houthtrn
Tho large ca; ital ard rps aurces of the Company
mable it to furntsh a Guano of the highest value at
he lowest possible ?? ost to consumer-, and the
itches: interest of tho company is recognized in
1 he Company looks to large sales, ema 1 profit''
?nd a permanent trade for compensation on capital
Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENED, of South Caro?
lus, is Scientific Director to tho Company,
vhich affords a sure guarantee of the continued ex>
ellcnce of the Guano. Nono genuine uule-s brand .
d with the name of JOHN H. REEME k CO., G me?
al Agents ol'the PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
For terms and mode of application, apply to
J. tv. ROBSON,
Agent for thc State ot' south Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Decena'er 19 D&O S hit Lui m O
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERS!
[F tfOU DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA CIGAR, ?all?t No. 80MAH
U?T-S1REET, whero you will find now open ?or
as-peotaon ihe largest and most neieet stock ot Cit ors
ver imported to this market, and which we offer at
price that will satisfy all dem iuds.
Who'csale and Retail, oy
SAYAS di CARINAS,
January 1 ws No. 80 Market- street
paints, ?il3, (tic.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
January 1 6mo
OILS! OILS ! OILS I
10OO GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REFINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAMERON, BARK LE Y di CO,,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland s?rcete.
January 1 Gmo
BELTING MBELTING !
5000 FEZT OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and 5
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LAC]
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BEL
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
& INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i INCH TO 1* INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, I INCH TO 1$
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OJ
CAMERON, BAUKLEY di CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gmo
500 BOXES IC 14x20 GOOFING T<N
300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 28x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXX 14x20
20 BOXES IXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER. SPEL?
TER, ?Vc,, Ac.
IN STOIiE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY di CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Gmo
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
IYROUGHT AND CAST IRON TIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CAMERON. BARKLEY di CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets
January 1 Cmo
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
JTEAM BIBBS AND 8I0P COCKS, STEAM
3LOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
?VATER GUAGES, GLASS GUAGE TUBES
HERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
:OPPER AND BRASS WIBE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY di CO.,
iortbesst Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 Cmo
COLORS, VARNI3HES, BRUSHES, Ac., Ac.
IAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAM EICON, BARKLEY di CO.,
iortboast comer Heeling and Cumberland streets.
Jauuary 1 Gmo
P. P, TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOOKS, SASHES AND BLINDS.
Charleston, 8. C.
PartlcuLir a', lennon paid to Shipping.
July 30 cmos*
LANSING FROM HOIR MM & MIN, ?
This cargo is in finer condition
than any previous arrival this sea?
15,000 GRAPE FRUIT
300 bunches BANANAS
50 dozen PINEAPPLES. J
For salo low while discharging.
PAUL, WELCH & BRAKDES,
No. 215 EAST BAY.
IN STORE-10,000 COCOANUTS, SEED AND TABLE PO?
TATOES, all varieties; CRANBERRIES, APPLES, &c,, &c.
SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME.
fTTBE LETTERS PUBLISHED IN OUR PAMPHLET, WRITTEN BY PROMINENT PLANTERS, ?E
TAILING their experience with MAPES' NITROGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME on Cotton, Com
and other crops, during the past season, afford additional testimony in favor of this Ferlflizei. Notwith?
standing the long-continued drought, followed by excessive rains, and then by the caterpillars, MAPES*
NITROGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE has, in nearly every instance, even when applied for the tat time,
produced crops which yielded handsomo profits to the planters. In some instances these results would
soem incredible, if not substantiated by reliable gentlemen.
Its extreme solubility, richnoss in animal organic matter, yielding ammonia, and its power to absorb
water, enabled it to promote a sufficiently vigorous carly growth for the plant to withstand, to a great de?
gree, theil] effects of extremes of weather, and even the ravages of the caterpillar", and to courin ne to act
in the presen-e of such quantities of moisture as were not only insufficient to enable other Fertilizers to
contribute to tho growth of the crop, but even to prevent them, as in the case of Peruvian Guano, from
doing a positive injury to the plant, by causing firing, fcc.
It is generally conceded that tho moro vigorous and hea'thy the early growth may be developed, espe
dally in thc cotton plant, thc less liability of the 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 the certainty, in spite of the mis?
haps in cnlUvatlon and extremes of weather, tho MAPES' SUPERPHOSPHATE COMPANY have aimed to
increase the 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 tho plant.
This ls accomplished by the thorough ?ermenlotion of thc animal matter with the phosphates, aa well os by
treatment with sulphuric acid during thc manufacture, and the use of only such material, reduced to
concentr?t'd form, as are of animal, instead of mineral origin, and valuable in themselves as fertilizers.
While the Company claim (bat the chemical analyses do not fu'ly portray Ute full agricultural value of
their Fertilizer, since they fail to determine tho adaptability of the ingredients to plant growth, the quality
and character ol the materials from which they are derived, especially in the case of organic matter and
phosphates, they refer with pride to the published analyses of the prominent chemists during several
years past, which provo the uniform purity of their article, and also that Ute Company have never offered
an article te their customers that was below their published chemical standard.
Fer DcfcripUve Pamphlets apply to
KinSTSM-A.IT Sc HOWELL,
KO. 153 EAST BAY. CHARLESTON, SOUTH CA HO LISA.
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANURE.
ORCHILLA GUANO ! PERUVIAN GUANO !
EBODES' MANURE, IN ITS PREPARAIION, IS MADE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOB FORCING LARGE
crops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco, Potatoes and other Boot Orops.
The Manufacturing Department ls conducted by Frederics Klett, one of the mo3t skillful Chemi sta and
Manufacturers in the United States.
It is endorsed, approved and recommended by all of the most prominent Chemists aud Agriculturists in
the Southern States. "It can be relied upon a? uniform in quality," always reliable, productive of large
crops, and unexoellod by any in the market, in the high percentage of "True Fertilizing trine ?pl es."
Price $57 GO cash, or $65 time, with Factor's acceptance, and seven per cent interest until 1st December,
ORCHILLA GUANO-"AA," a true Bird Guano, rich in Phosphates and Alkaline Salts. Price $35
cash, $40 time.
PERUVIAN GUAN O-Warran * pure and always on hand. Furnished at market prices for
B. S. RHETT & SON,
Agents, Charleston, S. C.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeitable.
Hali Loan Taken. No Notes Required.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid.- 500.000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. G AH AG AN, Secretary.
L. McADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, SoponntcDdent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dm, New York. E. V. HAUGHWOUT, Firm E. V. Haughwout &
Hon. JAMES HABPEU, Furn Harper &, Bros., Co.
ox-Ma vor New York. WM. WILSENS, Firm W. Wilkons & Co.
Jons J. CHANE, President Bank Rorublic. JULIOS H. PIIATT, Merchant.
WM. T. HOOKER. Wall-street. WM. \V. WEIGHT, Morchant.
WM. M. VEIIHILVE, Banker (VermiJya & Co.) j CHAS. J. STABS, Merchant.
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
Companv. GEO. \V. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Hon. GEORGE OPDYKE, ex-Mayor of New York. GEO. T. HOPS, Prcsidont Continental Fire In
MmoT C. MOKOAN, Banker. . euranco Company.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney & Co. JOHN H. SHEBWOOD, Park Place.
BEEL B. SHEEHAN, Treasurer New York Steam WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner 5th Avenue and
Sugar Refining Company. Iwenty-third-street.
AARON ABNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable & Co. EDWABD H. WEIGHT, Newark, N. J.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowne, Law- GEO. W. FAELEE, Counsellor.
vor?. W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. RE E MST JURS A, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
January 12 Orno nao Office No. ?65 King-Street, marleston, S. C.
w:ivr. 2s?L BIRD & co.,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS A*JJ DEALERS in
WHITE LEAD, ZING PMS, COLORS, VARNISHES.
Paiot Brashes, Window Glass, Oils of all kinds.
PROPRIETORS OF THE FAVORITE BRAND OF
BRILLIANT I'ETROLEUM OR KEROSENE OIL; ARTISTS'AND PAINTERS'MATERIALS.
AGENTS F?R HOWE'S STANDARD SCALES
HARV LY'S FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
No. 203 EAST BAY-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
January 4 uao 3mo
J V. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS, BONDS, SE
CURIITE?. AND PERSONAL PROPEBTY
So. ?7 BftOAD-STR EE T ,
CHARLESTON. 8. 0.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.:
3 encrai JAMES CONN SR, T. R. WARING, Esq.
Bl POR TE R S OF
TEAS, WINES. BRANDIES, Ac.,
And Dealers m
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.
^-Goodsdelivered to all parts of Ute City.
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price. J
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
COMBINATION LOCKS i
Please send f?r a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,:
(oldest safe m ann fae tn re rs)
?a ( 265 Broadway, New York.
Pnncipal W chestntltJgt pjjfc .
Warehouses |108Bank St" cieveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout tie
United States. *
FOB SALE BX*
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
SOL TH CAROLINA RAILROAD. ??
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, t?. C., March 20, 18R8. t
ON AND AFTER SUTDAY, MARCH 29TH, TBS
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina
Railroad wiU run as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.30 A.M.
Arrive at Augusts.3.30 P. M.
Cou nee ting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston.6.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.60 P. IT.
Connecting with wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and'
Leive Augusta.6.00 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. AL
Leave Columbia.6 00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.S.lu P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
?SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. I
Leave Cbarleston.7.30 P. M..
Arrive at Augusta.6.16 A. M.
Connecting with traine tor Memphis, Nashville
and Kew Orleans, v'a Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.1.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.LOO A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
I SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Leave Cbarleston.5.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 A. JL
Connecting (mundays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.30 A. M.
St MMERVILLE t KAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 5.16 P.
Leave Summerville.7.20 A.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A. :
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville.2.20 P. M.
Arrhe at Camden.5.00 P. M.
Leave ft-unden.5.10 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.7.A0A.M.
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 29 General Superintendent
ATLANTIC AND GULP RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
GENF.RAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
ATLANTIC ANDGULF RAILROAD. J
SAVANNAH, OCT OEEil 23, 1808. )
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER J,
TWAINS ON THIS ROAD will runas follows,
commencing with 7 P. M. Train:
NlOHT EXP H ESS THAIN.
Leave Savannah (Sundaysexcepted)at.7Mrx
Arrive at Live Oak at.9 20 A IC
Arrive st Jacksonville ot.7 30 A M
Leave Jacksonville |Sunduys excepted) at-7 IE r ir j
Leave Live Oak at.ll 40 p :
Arrive at Savannah (Mundays excepted) at. ..8 00 A J
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 A l
Arrive at Bambridge at.10 20 p i
Arrive at Live Oak at.5 30 p :
Arrive at Jacksonville at.1 30 A l
Arrive at Tallahassee at.12 57 A i
Arrive at Quincy at.315 A ic
Leave Bainbridge (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 P M
Leave Quincy at.8 27 A ic
Leave TaUahassee at.10 45 A K
Le-vc Jacksonville at.1018 A ic
Leave Live Oak at.7 20 A ic
Arrive at Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.. .6 00 p M
Passengers to Stations west of Lawton and li xe.
Oak take Day Train from Savannah. j
Passengers from Bainbridge connect at Lawton
with Lxpress Train for Savannah at 2 00?A. M.
Passenger? from Tallahassee by Day Train connect
at Live O ik with Lxprcss Traiu for Savannah at ll 40
Sleeping Cars on FxTirrs* Trains.
No cbonge between Jacksonville and Savannah on
Steamers leave St Mark* for Now Orleans, Apa?
lachicola and Pensacola cvt ry Friday.
I eavo St M irks for Havana. Key West, Cedar Key?
and'1 ampa every Wrduciday.
Steame-s leave Jackson ville for Palotka, Enter
priee and all points cn do St. John's River every
Sunday and WcducsJny at 9 00 A. M.
H. 8. HAINES.
November 2 ".mo Gene:al Superintendent.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL.
WLSTEB TIME TABLE PASSENGEB THAIN,
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON, November 9,1868. J
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, NuVtM?EH 9TH,
the '1 ri-Weekly Train will leave Cbarleston on
Mondays, Wedna Jays and Fridays, st 9.15 A. M., ar?
riving at Coosawhatchic at 3.15 P. M.
Returning, leave Coosnwhatchie on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 10 A. M., arriving in
Charleston at 4 P. M. _ .. .
Connections both ways by backs with Walterbo
rough and Beaufort
To insure prompt transmission, Freight must be
at the Depot, foot of Mill-itri-et, by 2 P. M. on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays. g y
r titi ei and Superintendent,