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THE DAILY NEWS.
"Perhaps she'sdancing romewhero now !"
the thoughts of li ; tit and music wake
Sharp jealousies, that grvw aud grow
lill silence and the d .rkness ache.
Ho sore her slop BJ proud ?nd gay,
Which, ere bc spoke, lorotold despair;
Thus did eho lo <k on saca a dav,
And such the fashioa of her hair.
And thus sho stood, when, stooping low,
He took ihe bramo e f.om her dress,
And thus sbe laughed aud talked, whose ''No"
Wa?sweeter than another's "Yes"
He feeds ou thoughts that most deject;
He Impudently feigns har charms.
So revereneed ia his owu resprct.
Clasped dreadfully ia other arms;
And terns and puts his brows tait ache,
Against the pillow where 'tis cold :
If only now his nea rt would break I
But, oh, how much a he ? rt eau hoi. !
AFEAIES IX TUE STATE.
The Darlington Court adjourned last Friday.
The criminal docket was so heavy that the civil
dockets were not reached.
John H. Wilson, Esq., a prominent citizen
and the oldest member of tho Abbeville bar,
died of paralysis on Friday last in his 65th
Rooms in tho ucwcollcgo builriine. have been
secured lor tho purpose of holding court, which
At a public neeling of tbe citizens of Seneca
township. be!(< at Perry ville Depot, on Satur?
day, the 27th of February, the following officers
were ' elected : Selectmen-A. F. Lewis, H.
Lowry, M. S. Stabling. Clerk-E. A. Tate.
Surveyor-B. L. Lowry. Constable-W. W.
Hamilton. Magistrate- '-V. A. Lay.
The Coorgetown Times of Thursday last
Bays : "Sunday and Monday mornings were tho
coldest we have experienced since Christmas
day. On Sunday moroni? we understand tho
thermometer was as Iowas tweuty -live degrees,
and water was freezing throughout tho day
both on Sunday and Monday, with a wind blow?
ing that seemed to ctme from icebergs an .
aaowy peak>>. Those who have had forward
gardens, we presume, will be obliged to plant
ever, as the earth bas been so frozen that all
tender vegetation must necessarily bo de?
A negro named Roger Leak, in ehernw li?st
week, deliberately cut off tho ears of his wife,
until they hung by a Blender particle of flesh,
beat the ends of her fingers with a stick, thon
swnng her np in the style of the United States
military-a species of brutality never witness?
ed here until "the grand "army of t ie
Union" introduced it-and flayed her unmer?
cifully. Htr cries attracted tho attention of a
white man who flow to the rescue, bnt as ho
entered the door the murderer e: caped at an
. other, and has not sinco beeu seen. Tbe wo?
man it is thought wil. certainly die.
The Times says : Last Monday was a bitter
cold day for eales; but the sales went on. A
lot in town, of an acre and a traction, almost
wholly unimproved, sold for $550, ou a credit
of one year. The Sber.ff sold a traot of 130
. aeres tor $750; and another of 60 acres, with
aa old mill ou it, for $1225.
The nucleus ot an agricultural society has
.been formed at Union. The initiation foo is
two dollars. Tho money thus raised will bo
nsed in the purchase of two prizes-one to be
given to that memher of the r' who raises
the mont cotton cn one acre, th. her to hin.
who raises tho most ca.ton on rive acre?. Dr.
J. M. Gibba, at Union, is soerctaiv and treas?
J. Baylis Lewis ha? b ?en appointed Clerk of
the Board of County Commissioners.
Tba firm cf Hoyt & Walters hai been di>
solveil by mutual consent, amia partnership
ha? been formed between Jame? A. Hoyt and
J. Fleetwood elitick6calcs. in the publication
of tue Ander on lute ligencer.
The first snow of tho season fell on Thurs?
day meht last, ?v id on Friday morning tho
earth was whito with the welcome visitor, but
the bright rays-of old Soi niispeHtd tho last
Teetige ere meridian was past.
The Anderson brass ba:id gave tho compli?
ment of a serenade to H .m. J. P. Roed. Thurs?
day night last, on rho eve if his doparturo tor
Washington. Mr. Rued ackuowledse J tbe com?
pliment in a brief and appropriate speech.
Of sale-Jay, Ibo IuUilligoncor says : Nothing
of special interest trunspirod on Monday last.
The sales wero unimportant. A large crowd
in attendance, and as the day waned, John
Barle} corn begau to g?? the upper han d ot
some of his worshippers.
Mr. Stiles Mellichamp ia getting rip a town?
ship map of Oraugobnrg County.
Professor Bond created an excitement in
Orangebmg, on Friday last, by his perform?
ances on a wire.
Mrs. C. A. Milhons. living on Pean Swamp,
ha Orangeburg County, lost her barn, stables,
Ac., by fire, on the 13th ult. The barn con?
tained ber entire crop for the year of dorn and
fodder, and farming i tn piemen, s, gearinar, ko.
LOBB amounting to about o: ie thousand dollars.
Mrs. Milhons is a widow lady, and feels her
loes very severely. The fire was acei i'entaL
The Orangeburjr Nows says : "Not in the
recollection of the oldest inhabitant has our
town been so crowded on sale-day as on last
Monday. Considerable money changed hands,
which appeared to give satisfaction to all par
f?es. The Sheriff disposed of 6796 acres ef ?and
io different tracts to different parties, for the
som ot $3346 Personal property to the amount
of $500. and the right of widow's dower in
abont 3000 acres for$1820. P. V. Dibble, as?
signee, also sold & large amou,Qt of real estate."
A man by tho name of Strong wis brought
to jail in Barntvell, laso week, tor killing a nan
named Bellum, on 28th February, at Col. ock'a
store, in Beaufort County. They were both
intoxicated at the time, which accounts for the
homicide, as there was no pr?viens ill-feeling
between tbe parties.
On sale-day, the Sentinel says, there was
very little property offored for sale. The plan?
tation belonging to the estate of the late Colo?
nel W. A. Owens, and his house and Tot tn the
Tillaso of Barnwell-A handsome residence
? now occupied by thc widow of tho deceased
were among the real estate which was Bold.
The property was purchased by the family at
a nominal sum. and as a token of tho great
respect and gratitude due to bis memory and
his family, there was not a voice raised in op?
position to her bid. Tbe Journal notes the
following sales : By the Sheriff-One tract of |
land of 2200 acres, was bought by Mrs. Olivia
Courtney for $50. By Judge of Probate- One
tract of land in Collei on County, of 1600 acres,
was bought by E. L. Owens, for $800; ono t ra et
of land of280 acres, on tho Upper Three Rons,,
was bought by W. F. Green for $1225.
The Sheriff of Marlboro' has boen notified
that the Penitentiary is now ready for the re
eeptipn of convicts, and hs will leave in a fow
dajB with a batch of those foijows who were
?entenosd at tue l|?t term af th?
A44o x> ennett a ville Journal says : Sals-day was
well attended, and a large number of wagons
and horse traders were m town offerisg bar?
gains, as they said, in bacon, flour, Ac. Bnt
few trac:? il J*?4 ?f?? tj 0*? tbs
majority of tlioso advertised having boon com?
promised before day of salo. This is right.
It is better to compromiso our delfts than to
be compelled to settle by law.
The following is tho result of the townehip
elections in Marlboro* aB fur as heard ftCm.
The full Democratic tickots were elfclcd in all
the townships named below : Rod Bluff
Clerk, Jae. B. Willis; Selectmen, N. M. Gib?
son, James L. Leggett, John J. Graham; Sur?
veyors. F. P. Tatum.T. N. Edens; ConstabL-.D.
Wi McLauxm. Smithville-Clerk. N. L. Sweat;
Selectmen, B. F. Pegues, E. D. bmUh, S. Quick;
Surveyor, Jae. S. Grant; Constable, Henry
Rollo. Hebron-Clerk. L. M. Hamer; Select?
men, Frank Manning, Tristram Covington, W.
M. Bristow; Surveyors, J. C. Woodly, W. B.
Alford; Constable, John H. Stanton. Adams
v?le-Cleik". John M. Waddill; Selectmen, P.
M. Hamer, Thomns J. Breeden, Thom-.:; W.
Huck:1 bee; Surveyors, John R. Parler, Ander?
son Newton; Constable, R. J. Ta um. 'lhere
are tl ree others t.ot Leard from. All tho town?
ships eight in the district, were carried by
the DemccratB, except two, Red Bill and Ben
Sa'e-day at Lai-caster Courthouse drew to
cether a largo concourse. Several tracts of
land were so d loy tho sheriff at, what is cou
sidcrcd, pretty btgli figures. Estato of J. D.
Faulkner, one hundred and eighty acres at
$406. On -half intore: t in mill, gin and screw,
at $925. Rcversioiiarv iuterest of dower in
fifty-uioo ceres at SI. Estate of W. T. Miller,
one hundred ard i'ortv-thrcc acres including
dower, $200. House and lot tn the snbat bs of I
tho Tillage, at S700-ouo-balf cash. Estate of j
Sarah H ogler, Kownty-two acre? at $170; two
hundred and Bevcnty acresjat $1610; one hue
died and sevcu acres at $5i(?; one bundled and
seventy-four acres at $1800. Interest of Uriah
Small m four hundred ceres of land, more or
less, at $170.
A meeting of tho citizens of Lancaster
County, represented by the wealth and intelli?
gence of the different sections, was bel t at tho
courthouse on Monday last, for the purpose of
organizing an agricultural society. H. H.
Gooch, Esq., was called to tho chair, and D. J.
Carter requested to act as secretary, f ho so?
ciety was organized by the election of the fol?
lowing officers. President, D. P. Robinson.
Vic--Presidents, H. H. Gooch, J. B. Erwin, T.
F. Clyburn. Secretary, John Brown. Treas?
urer, N. G. B. Cbafee. The business of tho so?
ciety will bo to improve tho soil, culture ?iud
implements of the farmers, and all other mat?
ters that wdl enhance the interests ot our citi?
zens in au agricultural point of view. The
first Monday in each month was fixed as tho
timo for the"regular meetings ol tho society.
Tho Lancaster Ledger says: " We heaid bat
one opinion expressed by "oui- country friends
on Monday last in relation to tho proposed
railroad from Camden rta Lancaster. The
popular voice of the people nay, " let us have
a railroad!" and the voice that utters this sen?
timent have the means to assist materially iu
building a road. There is not a laboring man
vt it bin our knowledge (to say nothing of tho
morned tuen of the country), but who would
go his full strength. Lancaster, we ris'?- the
assertion, will subscribe from $75,000 to $100,
000 to the enterprise. What say our Camden
friends, our Cbarlotto friends, and the directors
of the South Carolina Railroad? Now is the
time. We are settled on having a railroad to
some point, and as tho proposed route is our
Datoral outlet, wo prefer it lo any other. The
capital is here for investment."
-The New Yoik Woild hints at the exist?
ence of a huge political disability ring, rami?
fying within and out of Congress, of which tho
purpose is to secure the passage through Con?
gress of acts relieving any ox-rebel of ineligi?
bility; always providing that a sum, said to be
twenty-five'dollars, is paid cash down for each
name.* The men employed in it ate said to bo
q ?to prominent carpet-baggers and purple
women, with a gloss of gentility and thc man?
ners of thorough lobbyists about them. These
latterare the most i flic.ont, andar? alleged to
receive tho moietv of the monev.
-Among the last acts of President Johnson's
administration was the pardon of Call:coi: &
Enright, Kew York Internal Revenue swind?
lers, and of Spangler i?nd Arnold, the last of j
the "as -'i6smation conspirators," confined at
the Dry Tortugas.
NEW YORK-Per Steamship Manhattan-287 tierces
Bice, 9 bags Sea Island and 177 bales Upland
Cotton. 54 bales Yarn,G bales Hides, 9 bates
Kagp, 33 packages.
BaLTlMOBfc-Per steamship Maryland-25C tierces
bice, J33 balo? Uplaiio Cotton, 28 ea-ks Clay, 24
bales Yaru. '.'9 hales Rags and Waste, 30 Pack?
Charleston Cotton and Itice Market.
D.'FICK OF TBE CH .-Uti. h vr ON" DAILY M KW 8, I
(.'HABLESTON. Saturday Evening. March C (
COTTON.-There was rather a botter demand for
this article, but it wa - somcwhit restricted in its
op?rations, the businc?3 bei JR limited to afew
rayers anC sellers at prices which did not vary from
jrevious rates; ?airs 75J ba;es, say, 125 at 27; 19 at
I7X;Wat27X; 320at27}X; 2at27?i;25 at 23; 200
il28&, We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.&X&t~tii
I ow middling.27*i@28
By Now York elacsificatiou we quole:
Low middling.28tfC? -
BICE.-! he market for thi- graio wa- dui!, tho in
piiry bf.ng v- ry limited ; salon 75 tierces of clean
Pa olina, say, 35at Bc; 10 at 8,'ic ft lb. Wc quoto
nanson to fair clem carolina at 8#8?i ; good8,';<?)
'Irtikets by Telegraph,
f.oxooN, March G.-Noon.-Consols 92"s; bonds
I.IVEKPOOL. March 6-Noon.-Cotton fi > m er but
Ot hither. Uplaiid* on tbe spot and afloat 12J ; (jr- i
?au-, 12*4?l. bal s 15.000 b des.
Afternoon.-Cotton closed a;tive. Uplands en tho
pot?jtt?'d; afloat 12'id; Oilcans12??dal2??'.
lI?vni:, March e-Vit'jr.ioun. -Cotton opoi ed ac
ive beth on the spot and afloat. Quotations un?
NEW YORE, March G-N ioa.-Mo;.ey steady at 7;
torlingf?.,'; poid 30li. Cotton steadv at 29a29.'^o.
Ev. ni og.-Cot.on firmer and moro activo; sales
000 bales at S9>?c; 1500 bales ia transit sold. Flou/
rsottlcd and dccUaJsai superfino ita to $5 50a0 C5
aka $f*. iOa'j 40; choice ??45aGG3; fan-y SG20i7
fhoat doll. Co-u lc lower; new mixed Weslern
to. Whiskey quiet at 93c. Moss pork firmer at
3125a:U50. Lani heavy; kettle 19>?al9>ic. Naval
tores quiet. Grocorios q nat and teaoy. Froiphts
awer and dall. Money easy at Ca7 per cent, closing
t liberal offerings at 5. The bask statement for thc
reek is unfavo.able, shoving a large decrease in
pecio. Sterling lOSj/aios.?,'. Gold 30J?.
BALTIMORE, March G.-Cotton arm and quiet at
Do. F.our and ?rain quiet and uHchaugcd. Pork
uietat(33. Bacon and lard quiet and unchanged.
WILMINGTON, March 6 -Cotton a vhade hotter at
7c lor low middling. Spirits turpentine declined 2c,
nh sales at 48c. It osha steady-strained $1 75;
rudo turpomine unchanged. Tar steady at $1 55.
SAVAKNAH, March 6.-Cotton very firm with aa
Ivauelng tend -ney ; middling 287?q; sales 959 bales;
jceipts 637; exports roistwise 439.
MOBILE, March G.-Colton in good demand ano
rm; sales 900 bales; middlings 37c; receiptB 284
iles; ex;.crts 374< baie).
WEW ORLEANS. March 6. -Cotton 'n fa<r demand
dddlinga 38)?o; sales to day 350S bule?; receipts 8*9
ales; exports 12,399 bales. Sujar no demand and
omlnally -o mtuoa ll Mc: prime 14>4'c; yellow
landed 15c. Melassca no donaand and nomiaally
rime 723150. 6old 31?i. Ster.log i2'?. Conimcr
ial 4la-13. New York eight Xl*Ji. premium.
Interior Cotton markets.
OltiNIEbUtO, March 5.-Sales for ibo woak 1?0
ales. Wo qnoto: ordinary, 25:4'; low middling,
5j*a26; midoling. 2G>?c,
MACON, March 5 -Tho markot was quiet to-day
[riders are firm. We quote: Ordinary, 21a25; l nv
riddling. 23!? mi idling, 23; choice, '?J.^e Ee
eipta to-day, 123 bale*; shipments, 180 bales; sales,
COLTTMbTA, March 6.-Wo have no material
haege to quote in cotton this week Middlng < arc
ow worth 27)ic Tho rales ol tho week wiro 197
ales as follow?: 3 at .-5: 4 at 25.S; 21 at 2G; 40 at
SK; 89 at ti6,'<t; 35 at 3$X; 12 at STlfe.
COLUMBUS March 4.-Market unchanged. Few
uyers sad little offor.ng at exiting quotations,
ho bash is sdll 26J?0 tor Northern mkdllngs. A
iw bales were said at 27c. The market closed weak,
^rehouse sal?s 12?bales; receipts, 73 bales.
?ATANNAH, March 4 -ConoN -Our market du
ing tho pa3t week lins exhibited unprecedented iu.
ctivit#. the li?kt ocniand prevailing having b?
fstrlctcd to tbe Bn/llaa. of ehenp lots ordo??* t "b
old, and consequent insularity b?^ becu ,U(J
remlnen! feature. Li .-ht recsi^j na,e iT1!1,.ired
olders with confidence. \w ^Q t?0 ?ea|?ne ln ROid
ad its fluctuations n*^ pre7#nted buyers frem op
r*ting. We, n*"^ever. c'OBC tho week with a fi:mor
Lehn? ew>g to a steadier tou? beim; reported in
turfed, ?nd in view of the extreme trna Incas of rs
:eipis. We quote: Middling 2;c; law uoiddlins
i?.'s. good ordinary 2G?ic.
Thc receipts since our last have bcon 183 bales tea'
islands, and 3 81 bales uplands, apaii'St 253 bales sea
Islands and 14.Ito haloi uplands same period last
yeer. Txuorts-fore gu, none; coa>-tw;si' 2,',8bale9
sei i-lauds aflil 3 61 hi es uplands; tolal exporta 208
bales s a isla tis and C3?l hales uplands, against 1031
bales SOI is an is and 2G.191 biles uplands corros
penilins k bet ;ear. ?'i this amount 8 ba!-s
apUodsi n : 20 bales sea Ulanda havo beca "ihrough"
cot ta, ti Char! est ou,
MA ISLANDS.-Ti c receipts of lons stap'.e cotloo
bin e our ia-:t. rouort amour t to 152 bags, of which 41
were trow I lerida, by boat, srd Ul fr ru the is?
lands and by ibo At'au lie and Juif Itailroud, and o'
iLese 09 i'ags were Eli nda cottonn. 'tho Bfaipmcnil
have beta '.'OS b:.s to Europe, thu North an ?
.uhr >- :'i" to >har!citou.
In sea bland.', tbe demand reported for some
weeks asslmusi ontirolyfor th'- oumnion anal] io>
h.ti now hcvoine moro gineroi, ali g ados hivin;; par
ticipiio.: m it. 'ibo rcceiut* arenuaU,andicaii to
tue im.ro.-pion th 't tbebwik of th? croo has h on
received. Facto; demayd good pnces l>ut in order
to efffc: s-ale* are torc- d to accept lowir than tb" ex?
treme ones correur a mouth ag ?. Wo qnote: Com
mons C.V. Mc 'artt'V 7.I-7J; moiliuin 7?'i?J; fine ru >
dium S3a9U; fine 'JJ-UI?1.
To-<lay Closes ^iih oven a bettor inquiry, and it is
seueraily exuecrod that Ihc stock will rapidly work
off at the present remonerativc price*.
ft.'CK.- i ho reCe'pta of tho w^?k h'?vi been 22.GOO
bu=he:s, mak'ng a total o: 3*0,559 bushels s u "o
september 1st Stos-k of clean rieo. T5U tIOJces.
The sto 'k of cleau rico continues li^'ht a ul most of
it is sold, ouiy amaitine transpon? ion. Tho markt t
ia dull an 1 pnce; havo a decide 1ly daelning toa
dencv. Tb<-inao.iv.ty in tho Northern innkcts has
hada vc y dcpiib-ing in ll nee co upon ours, espe?
cially upon the lower grades. Primo ele in is firm at
loll prices. J he medium grades bare sustained a
Blight decline. Prime roiiffh aleo shows a decliue.
Interior roughs remain steady. The receipts of Itu
week s tow an increase, but parties that ought to
kt ow say tho bulk ot tbe crop is in.
VW? quote rough at $1 90i$2 10 deDimrling upon
quality; and chan at 8,Hi'a8.)ic. for "fair" to "good,"
WILMINGTON, Marco 6 -TOBPES'TIXE.-No re?
ceipts or eales.
Prrorrs I unPENTiSE-Is low.-r, 30 bbls having
changed caius at 4Sc per gailou.
ROSIN-valcs o. only 400 bbbi at SI 76 for strained.
TAB -135 bbls charged bauds at $2 55 per bbl.
Corros- Market rattier firmer, t mall sales at 27c
for low middling.
NASHVILLE. March 4.-COITON.-The Liverprol
market c'osed firm to-day without any chango in
price?. New Vork was dull bat steady, and our mar?
ket closed quiet Hud steady a.- follow.-: Ordinary 23a
25; good ordinarv 2G; low middling t:6J?c. 'Ibo re?
ceipts to-lay have been fuir. The sales were very
COTTON ST \TEHENT.
Stoek on h ind september 1,18C8.CO
lieceivpd to-day. 342
Eeeeived previously..^.40,094-40 436
Shipped to-day. 124
Stock on hand.7,046
COEN -Market dull and holders finn, with no out?
side orders ol' consequence in market. Wo quoto ear
G-?.iCO; shelled 63a65; sacked and depot de.ivory 76a
BOSTON, March 3- COTTON-The market for
th's article bas roi tiuuidquitn unset lcd atid fluc?
tuating, but for s me dava p..st wo notice u firmer
fe.-ling. Manufacturers have been well hupplied
by recent arrivals ant) uro pureba-mg inly in
small lots. The fates have been at 27u27}? for ordi?
n?r?; 28a28)? tor good ordinury; 29ai9,ki lor low
middling; and 2?)j?a30; for middling, including up?
lands and GulL
COFFEE-Thc tran?actions in this arti -lt- hive been
quite important, and confined to ?mill lol- ut previ?
ous prices We qr oto small sales of Java et li2J?a I
23. gold; Rio at 15al7. cell; ?nd St Domingo is
nominally 8J? tlc. po d, in bond.
Gus KT CLO H- 1 he market is dull and price s arc
nomina ly 21 ?ic cuirency.
MOLASSES -There v;u9 a coo 1 demand for this ?r?
dele earlv in the week, but tor som-i ihn past thc
market has been quite dull, .-ales of 500 bb .-a Ctao
f uesos and Saeu i Mm-rovado at C5c; 10 ) h lids old
Bemedios ot GUc; 50 hitds new ero. P.-rto itieo, to
arrive, at i .c p -r gallon Ky auction, 70 hhds Porto
Rico, ordinary at C4,'ia7C : per gal ou.
NAVAL STOBES->I inls tnrpeidiue is dull and
prices a ?a shade lower. '1he sa es li<ve been al 57
a58 per gallon. Tar i; Held finn at S4a4 51 per bbl.
with s'i'all sales. In hosin there have in en ?alcsof |
200 bbls No 2 atf3 12% and 300 bbs 1 alo at J6aC 50
per bbl. Pi .cb is quiet
Kies-Market firm with sa'cs of lse casks Caroli?
na ai 92?al0c, aeel 1U0 bags Rangoou ut 9c per lb.
t-DGAR-J bei e wa? a good deann 1 fort^ugur after
tho close of eui last reroit. but for sor-o days past
tl'C mark-1 has been very quiet and pri?es have eased
off. A ?Tai:? in Cuba remain abor.t tbe same, and tbe
presen1 reaction is 1 oiodupon as temporary, and
brought about by tho rapid advance/jr soma we-kn
past a-.d a pres-.ure to Bell at prea-ut hieb price*,
'i ee transactions comprise 70U 10 600 b^x?? Cuba at
14>?alC'?; 432 bhls i.ood n fining at 13?ial4c-tho
litt-r price tor old; 2120 basket* Java on private
term?. Fair to arcod rcfinicg is nominally 13 l?al3V?
cts <?S lb. R?fin"d sugirs have bo.:omc quite unset?
tled and full ?ic ?J lb lower; 'alee a. 19,Sa20c lor
p wdercd and granulated, aud clases dull ut 19Hr,
with some ou'side lots off ring as low as 19c ?? lb.
ry"uction 820 boxee . uba. dania-cd, at 13!ial'i;u'e,
less 2}$ t> ceut for cash; ana 20 hhds Porto Rico ut
HAVANA, F.braarv 27.-Our sugar market
has continued o tivo through thc week, anil or?
ders lor the Unitel Stat-e nod Enrop- aa maikets
hive been filloa to the ext nt possit] e with the stuck
on h.<nd. A lew choice lot* have hew d:-po ed of
nt a fi action abovo tin- ra'e- giv u for No-, ll and lt
Firm, willi lo'ideucy up-wm 0? through-t S7?.' io
t>1)i per 101 pound-; yoi ow do,. Nos. 3 tu 20 at
10 fe?; browns -lo.. Nos. ll aud 12, a- ?5>? ta $5Jf do.
.al s of M11 si." i vados .ni t'onlrittfgaJ eugars cou
fi-m 'list adv;ces, wi h Slight ad ?nc ou tho best
qualities ni tbe hitter by ttio sup-rior p OC.'.'H rc cul?
ly repor ed in vented by S; S. liopwOith. of Bos on
.-hi;ip d dun 114 tho Week, hence, .ind f:0oi Mataoxas
-I7.ss; boxe-s . nd 3u:i uogiiieails, of which to tho
(Jutted -tjtos 17.921 b xe.si.nl 3;C? hogslieul?,and
to lnrop-'ai" IHIMS2.1 9C2 b'XCi ant 5U9 Ji-'gfrhe ids,
n clu iing 2.0 bovus Im- .Mo i . v.Jeo-ni i. gatoel.a
In the two ports 0'iual to J47.I23 boxers tm 1 l-.'.-jC-i
hog-hosds. agaipsl for sam. lime in 1848 178,820
box :s soil ?JuJ hothead-.
M . -LASSES-Doman rot:ve; "tocks light Clayd
?'J'.I? teds per tog of 5'J gallons; Mu-covado do,
6,'?a7 reala i.o. E-.'tler terui. can be bad tu sierra
M rena and ino c r in > o lipotts.
l.E'.r l'on? co-D.;li; ibo Hb?x nicats bei: ;' made
are of old pur-h :s's.
CIGARS-Never sj dull, and the factories (beling
tho L'iv-sur<- lUhU.u thc r v erk.
Foroign prod ic3 genera Iv p ying, willi the ex
c piion - I lUinbor. with which tho market hiH hi cu
fudy storked tar soase mouths, and several lots cf
white and pitch afloat n sold.
Rusiucs.i i.ioves onward as if we had no war; and
if wu ara permitted to gut tu t .0 sugare now maning
ai'd made, with bett'-r weather, suffering in ihc
counlry will bo ni: t.-rially mitigated.
Qokl'h tlirougbouttbe island goon; ulwaya except?
ing tho locale of ttiis war cholera, which ls ben..:' to
subsid.i within a short penod of days.
1 ons? _ net s per >uut 11 < molina. Kailroutl
5S4 kale* Cot on, 42 balea I. cmestics, 3183 bushels
Oiaiu, 39 bbls Naval St).OB. 92 casks Clay, 6 cars
Woo.!, 1 ca? Lumber. To W Itoach. Railroad Agent,
Pelzor, Rodgers k Co. U ll Watter A Co, ?redie A
Co, Bischoff Co, Caldwell A Son, Einstau t Bow?
ell, W <: Courtnay A Co. A U Mulligan, E J Wise, J N
P.obson, I burston A Holmes, W W ?>mltb. Graescr A
Smith, Olaghorn, Herring & Co, West k Jone?. Koli
mann Bros, B O'Neill, Rd ll Caldwell, n p*ul k
Co. R U Butler, 0 D Abrsss k Co, Goldsmith k Son,
S R Marshall.
Consignees per Northeastern Kailroatt
50 bales TJplasd and 3 bales Fea Island Colton, 51
bbls Naval atores, 753 bushels Rou;h Rice. Lumbar,
Stock, t'otton Seed, Mdse, Ac. To F W Koauuol, J
A Quackenbesh. Bischoff k Co, Andrews k Salvo,
Mowry k Clo, J UaiLhall, Jr, Masycks k aalten, S D
Ktoney, Captain Barrett, Frost k A tiger, lUvencl k
Co, Shackelford k Ke ly. Pclzer, Bodger? k ( o, W K
Ryan. OaUiard k Mi - ott. bu-nhouse A Co, W C Pukes
k Co. J R Pringle, Caldwell k toa, Hastio, Calhoun
k Co, ?rfantone A Co. J F O'Neill k Son, Ostendorfl
Per Btoamship Manhattan, tor Now York-O H
Morris, G Campseu. F A rstrandor, J Schenck, E A
Diekituon, J H Hoy wird, Misa M O'N rid. A Barns,
J McMahon, Ii W Gardon, P Dupre. J Baileson, W B
lirowa and ladv, Mrs A Booth, Mrs Zernow. Miss
M.Blhoro. Miss Davis, J Platt. N P Hurrett, A Ed?
wards, J Ronoy, H Lanks, J E .--wain, Mrs Prilchctt,
Mrs lho?k, A henly, Miss Ueatly.
Por s 10* ms h p Magnolia, from Now York-Mrs
Cl R Garrisou. Miss Mamie Harrison. Miss Hinsdale,
MrsC C Leary, Miss Anna Leary, Louis Hargrouso,
D Hardenburg, Mis Qardouburg, Mr Adland >Hss
AdianS, Mr mid Mrs I.TOO, Mrs t! Mcyor?, J Archer,
I M Crane, E Kusseil, J A Adam?, G Skilhry.
Per steamer Dictator, froinTalatka, Tia Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Sovannnh-J P Hosch and
wife, O O Pierce. T Wethers, L I aylor. Capt Van
Itesogcon. F D Tillman, J H Taylor, J B Bull, J J
Karr, D Moss, G P Farrar, U Koon, Mis? sh IL-?1er,
Mr stoadman and wit?, Mr Barratt. Mr Pickett and
ladv, Mr Murray, Mr Douglass, J O Childs, C M Hop?
kin*, and 12 on deak.
Perstcanoer PdotBoy, from Savannah via Beaufort,
Riu?t n and Bilton HW.-O P Nathans. W Bennet^
J G Scott. A Carr?way, A Andrews, J Grunthal Wfl
Meore and wife. Mita L Beaty. C C Coe, D PKellv,
J K Soaekolford, J D Matihi.-seen, C H r.roek. W <*
Bomar, y Passitti. F U Jon s, F W Shops? r-ama?i
L House. W Whalej, W B Mike?. T r :mit? an?two
?au?hters, B J Whal?y; n* \ on mi? tW?
Port of Charleston. March S
PO BT CAJUK NL> ?V lt.
FHASRS OF XUS MOON.
I ast Quarter, ?th, 32 hours, t'3 minutes, morning.
Kow Moon, 13th, 3 hours, 23 minutes, morning.
Eirst Quarter. 21st, 12 hours, 3G ?uiuutee, morning.
Eull Moon, 27tb, 4 bonis. 12 minutes, evening.
8IHonday....| C..20 6.. 2 3..83 . 4..33
9 i'oesdav... .1 6..1S i 0..3? 4..14 j 5..24
10 Wednesday.' G..18 ' c.. 3 i 4..53 j ?.. 2
UlThttrsdav...' 6..1G 6.. 4 I 5..29 - C..48
12 lridav. ."...j G..15 : G.. 5 | Sets, j 7..27
13-aturday...! 0..U ! G.. 5 c..?o 8.. 3
U'tptHav.' C. 12 G.. G I 7..23 1 8..311
Arri veil Saturday.
S'ebr George B Mills, Mills. New York- 5 dajs.
Mrtso. To W Koach & Co, andrews k Salvo. J E
Adger A Ce, W M B:rd k Co. Bollniann Uros, H Bis?
choff & Co, E Bi'es k Co, K M Holler, ll Bnlwlnble,
J D Aiien k Co. i ameroo A Bark ey, T Campbell, J
U Clausseo. R Cobia k Co, T. ll CoA-porlhwait. Bowie
4 Mois-, H Daly. J A Enslow k Bo. li Feldmann k
co. Goodrich, ? insmau A Co, il ol ai es k Calder, tl
OorJU A Co. W Gurney, Hirt k Co, J K HeatU, I
I.'ynun A to, Jeffords k Co, Jeuuinas, 1 hoin?Lsoii
A i'e. Kinnmau *; Howell. W Knobelcoii, Muutouo ti
Co, Minier, 1 imite AC:, A Mo 'obb. Osrnidorff k
. o, D I'au I St Co, J A Qaa-kenbush. J N Robson, U
-legiin::, Ravencl k Holm-*. Railroad Agent. B H
?t llins, L -cliuell k Co. Menbou.c k ?'o, W ^bcp
rtjid, W G Trott, W h Webb, G W Wdliams k Co,
Werner k Docier. Wagoner A HODS'ea. North. Steelo
?C WanlOtl, West A JOM-I?, Lauroy it Alex.udor, W G
Afhild-11 & Co, Crane, BoyUtott k Co G F Platt, T J,
sehr i rad? Wind, H*?flnia:i, Kew Tatt-7 days,
piaster, Coane, kr. 'I o tho Master, Railroad Agent,
I J E'-rr !?: CO, Telzer, ilodg?rs A' o, and o.hcis.
steiuuer Tilot Boy. Pock, sav~u*?h via Beaufort,
TliToo He^.d, Ae. ?SG bales and l pocket Cottou, and
Mdse. Io J Eergmon, WMLawlou, Kirkpatrick k
Witto. D Walker, l.isey A: Creighton, Menbouso A
Co, J Uauctel, J B Priugie, Bavcncl k Co, H Klatte
ti Co, KUnck, Wickenberg fi Co, Soathera Expr?s g
Co, M>8 Hucknvy Parker, J Colcock & Co, B C Ad?
am?, Misa M E boyce.
steamship Magnolia, Crowoll, New York-left 4. h
inst, P M. Mdse. To Bavenel fi Co, A J Willard, F
von Sonten, J E Taylor A Co, D Silcox, J Shaw, S C
railroad Agent, strauss A Vance, southern Express
Company, - Bearford, H Bischoff fi Co, J Bug
hetiuer, C Bing, W K Byan, C F Panknin, J s
Piersou fi Co, D Pani fi Co. U O'Neill fi son, North,
steele fi Wardell, Mantoue fi Co. C M idsen. Lengrick
fi Sell, A Larger, Laurey fi Alexander, Hart fi Co.
K'inck, Wicke J berg fi ro, Huger fi Bavenel, J H?
Hilii n, D B Hiselton, Jeffords A Co, Johnston, Crews
fi Co Kinsman Bros, H Klaue & Co, Bowie & Moise,
I L Falk fi Co, Forsyth, McComb fi Jo, A G Good?
win fi Co, Cameron fi Barklev, W H Chafee fi Co, J
Commins, Courtenay. T D Ciancy. Rfi A P Caldwell,
Denny fi Perry, ti l Davis, J Cohen fi Co. Biseell fi
Co, T M Btistoll. C D Braho fi co. W J Bennett. J V
Boesch, liol'.mann Bros, H Bischoff & Co, E Bates, J
Archer, Adams. Damon fi Co, and others. Expe?
rienced heavy gales. Cff Capo Lookout passed steam?
ship Saraso-sa, bound North.
Meamship Fa ?on. Horsey, Baltimore-left - in?
stant. Mdze. 'J o Mordecai & Co, Courtenay fi 'J ren
hom, Wagoner A Moosees, H Klattc & Co, S C Bail
road Agent, KrKe & Chapman, G W Williams fi Co,
Maller. Nimitz A Co, J A Cook A Co, J H Webman,
W G Whtlden fi Co. W A Skrine, D H Silcox, S K
Marshall, B S Rhett fi Son, Gooonch, Wingman fi
Co, O IHcman, G W Steffens fi Co, G H Brown, D
Briggs, Brown fi Hyer, O Phillips, W Boich k Co,
OBtendorff k Co, Jeffords & Co, H Bischoff k Co, W
B Cttafee fi Co. Pelzer. Eodgera fi Co, Crane, Boyl
etou fi Co, Cameron fi Earkley, H Hoer. J N M Wohlt
man, W M Biid fi Co, Eheck, Wickeuberg fi Co, J C
Bloome. F von >anten, Hastie, Calhoun fi Co. J H
V?llers, W L Webb, Adanv. Damon fi Co, J N Rob?
son, W Marsoher Laurey fi Al xauder, Mrs W A
Mebrtens, J fc Adgor A C ?. D F Fleming fi Co. G J
I.ubn, H Cotia fi Co, F L Meyer, Ostendoin k Co, R
E Pennal, t? G Memminuor, H W schaffer, F F Cha?
peau. W A skrine, Jenuings. Thomlinson % Co, JE
Lenicko, Stenhouse fi Co, J E Harrison, J H Graver
k <o. Hait fi LO, C o'oct ling, C Micbol, Screven k
Nisbet, T J Eerr fi Co. W Yates, I s li Bennett, X A
Beamish fi < o, Quartermaster Oetieral, J Campron k
Co, Ravenel & Holmes. JJol'mann Bros, J Bojpman.
S hr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, Bostou-12 days.
Md-e To W Roach fi Co. B Fe'droann fi Co. ? H
sic/line, H Pi-chofffi ( o. F H Whitunv fi co. Werner
fi Ducker, K While, C Gravelev. E B stoddard fi Co,
A shaw, Tl-urston & Holmos. Uart fi co. J P Keip,
S C Railroad ?gent, M Goldsmith & Son, W J Yates,
D H Silcox, J Hewes, Goodrich. Wiueman k t o, T A
Whitney, Marfhall & Burgi\ seymour fi Sllcex, G W
Wiiiiama fi Co, J E Adger & Co, E R Cowperthwait, J
N M Wohltmann. A J falioas, ?! P Poppe beim. P P
Solle, Dowio fi Moiso. J Moody, J L Blodget, C D
Keurick, Order, and othrrs.
Sehr sylvan, Blanchard, New York-6 days. Mdse.
Tc W Roach fi Co, s C Railroad Agent, Wando Min?
ina and Mauuracluring Co, and Order.
Sehr Galena, Bale, boston-8 days. lea To
Courtenay fi Trennolm, and Older.
sehr Vt H 'thorndike, Hal, Baltimore-5 days.
Corn, Flour kc. Io the Master, W B Sm "h k Co,
Sehr Flying Pend. Mltclioll, Noifolk. Va-5 days.
GwO ) i usbelB cc-n. To ?treet Bios fi Co. C Johnson.
steamer Dictator, Coxotter, 1'alatka via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, and ravannab. 1 bale Cotton,
Md-e. fi.-, lo JD Aiken fi Co. W M Bird k Co, Je'
loids I Co. Mujar Aulden, J N Robson. Mclxiy fi
Rico, C N Averill k Son, C lining, Kirkpatrick fi
IN THE OFFING.
Bark Harriet E Hussey, Ulcer, frcm Liverpool.
A square rigged vessel, unknown. '
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-Jas
Adger k Co.
Steamship Miryland,Johnson, Baltimore-Courtenay
fi J reub jim.
Steam hip Maryland, Johnson! Baltimore
British sehr Emeline, Uod;o, st Pierre, Martinique.
sc ir F.atik S: Einilv, Colley. Cardenas.
sc'ir > L Morgan, Morg.u. havant.
Sehr W H Steele. Bcdolt. Wes; Indios.
Meanie- City Point, MoNelty. t'alatka, via Jackson?
ville Fernand aa and Savannah.
Steamship Manbalt.vj, Woodhull, New York.
Kroiu this I'ort.
steamship sea Gull Dutton, Ballimore, March 4.
Yacht Henrietta, looker, New York, March 4.
Sehr Bangor. .:uodiuR, Maytiguez. Feb 13.
Sehr Ll y no, Glover, Georgetown, S C, .?larch 2.
ip tor this Port.
Bri;; Wm Robertson, Rood, at Boston. March 4.
Sehr i ila Matthews, Al o El wee, at Philadelphia,
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Prometheus, Giuy, at 1 hlladclphia,
Sehr A c G -ver, 'lorry, at Boston, Marrh 2.
?.cur Wanata, Hawkins, at Now Y ora. Mureil 3.
Sent A 11 Scu'l. .-cu I, at New York, March :i
Sehr -I P .lien. Allen, at Baltimore, March 4.
Steamer Christiana, -raith, at Savannah, March G.
Sailed tor th?s l'on.
Sehr Francis Hatch, Gregory, from Bichnioud, Va,
March 1st, for Jam s lt ver to fluish loading.
SlliptSCWS 1>> I'clcgiapli.
NEW OIILKASS, Mach G. r M-J he stoamsliip P.ni
theun, hence mr Liverpool, with 1F.0C0 bushels kulk
who it and GOO biles o. co.ton. sn uk last night just
out ide of the bar at thc southwest Pass, in cense
quenco ol' a colhst .u nilli tbc towboat Uetoinc. 'thc
r. ntheou bad bcou slue': cv the bar for tl:c last
three days, and had just cot clear whon tue accident
occurrcc ; no particular-.
Memora nd A.
The brig Yank'o Blade, Ax m Georgetown, S C, for
New York, arrived at Fortress Monroe Mareb 4
Ibo yacht Henrietta, at New York, reports having
encountered a very heavy galo from north, the brst
day out, during which carried away fore and main
Tho sehr Henrv Allen, Tatem, previously reported
SB up at Philadelphia for th.s port, has cleared for
Tho sehr Abbie Pitman, Lou bard, cleared at Sa?
vannah, Gth inst, for Chisolin'a Island, S C, to load
for Wood's Hole.
O' he icbrDin'go, Clark, s'xlcen days from Tost?n,
for Savannah put into tin's port?n MI urday in con?
sequence of tho prevalence of strong head gales,
LIST OK Vt?SSKhS
Ff?. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS POhi .
? O It K I O N
Tho Edith Wheeler, sailed.Jan 12
British bark David McNutt, McElhaney, sid..Jan 18
Bark Harriet F Hussey, Holmoe. sailed.Jan 14
British brig Cecilia. Bistrup, sailed.Jan G
Ibo Court r, J^kjus, tailed.,,.,. ....Jan 12
Brig Wm Robertson, Beed, up.Marsh 4*
?chr Annie E Glover. Terry, cleared.March 2
sehr Charles H IU. mond. Higgins, cleared. ...Foo 20
Sehr sarah Culloa, avis, cleared.Mareh 2
Sehr H N i'quircs,-, un.Fob 25
Sehr S E Adams Donnell, cleared.Fob 15
behr Eliza ?sawyer, (Sawyer, cleared.Feb 25 |
0i urn, na.
Sehr Scud, Coggins", salted.Feb 2?
Sehr Mary D Haskell barcour, sailed.Feb 24
Sehr Bobert CaJdwoU. Met? ?mack, np.Feb 22
Scbi N W McGo.\ -, up..,.Feb 23
Sehr Lnoy A O.-cntt, t<aiUoll, eleaeud..Feb 27
Sehr Dav d Carrie, Field, up.March 1
Sohr Wauata, Hawkins, rlcirad.Match s
behr AD Scull. Scull, cleared.,_March 3
Bteamsbip Pr-imBthous, Uray, cleared.March 4
Sehr Ella Matthews, lio ld wee, up.March 4
Sehr IU-dhjgton, Gregoiy, up.Feb 28
Sehr S S Bickmore, Barter, cleared.March 2
*chr J P Allen, Allsu, o'Wed. % ; ..Mara* '
???Moier Christiana, smith, cleared.March 0
Sehr Francis Hatch, Gregory, satl'd.Marsh G
CiOID MEDAL FOR 18G3 HAS JUST BEE?*
AWARDED TO CHAS. U. STIEFF FOB
TUE BEST PIANOS KOW MADE,
ovEit BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW ?ORK
U*. I ICE AND WARERGOM. No. 7 N. LIBERTY.
STREET, ABOVE Bs Ll IM ORE-STREET,
I! \ 1.1' 1.M.Ct l t LO, Md.
STIEFF'3 PIANO* fl WE ALL THE LATEST
impreverceut, iueluilint Ute Agraffe treble ivory
(rents, and thc improved French Action, fahy war?
ranted for five vears, with privilege of exehar.-gt
wtihui twelve months if not entiroly satisfactory tc
purchaser. Second-banded Pianos and Parlor O'
gins always on hand (rom 550 toS300.
TrEFEREBS WHO HAVE O?U TI.VKOS Qt USE:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
G DU "ral Hobart Riusoin. Wilmiu.;rou, N. 0.
Genoral D. H. Hill, Charlotte. N. C.
GoTcrnor Juba Lolelier, Lemington. Va.
Mossrs. R. Burwell A Sons, CLariotte, N. C., Fe
C. B. Riatdiek, Female College, Kittrell's Springs,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, Ll.
Max StraUosOll, Itali m Opera.
Me?rd. Picrsoj fi Sons, Sumter, S. C.
clut ha sp^teer, Charleston 3. ii
Scud for a circular. Terms liberal.
SOUTH CAltOlalKA HAIL RUA Li.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, |
CHABLESTON. H. C., February 13. 1889. j
ON AND AFTER SUED A Y, FEBRUARY 14TH,
the PASSENGER TRAINS o? the South Curo
Iini Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Char lesion.8.30 A. fl.
Arrive at augusta.S.10 P. M
Connecting with trains for Montgomery. Memplne
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery anr
Leave Charleston.,.8.!"? A. M.
Arrive at columbia.5.45 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester B iii'
road, MK Camden train.
JrtiK v. H ABLES! ON.
Leave Augusta.8.0u A. M.
Arrive at Charleston....?.nfi P. Ai
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.0u P. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston....7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6,?U A. M.
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nashvill?
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
I eave Augusta.'... 4. ?* P. v
Arrive at Charleston.1.00 A. U.
COLUMBIA NIGHT iXPREs?.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. >'.
Connecting (sundays excepted) with Greenville anc
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.3b A. V,
Si MM EU VILLE i RAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.0? P. M.
Arrive nt Summerville. 4.?0P. M,
Leave Summerville.7.1(1 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. X
On Mondays, Wtdnadayt and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville.4.2b V. M,
Arrive at Camden.7.1)0 P. M.
Leave Camden.c.35 A. M,
Arrive at Ringville.9.20 A. V,
Hien'di ll. T. "EAKE, .
Februart 15 General Superintendent.
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)
.r. . . , (205 Broadway, New York,
w Sui? \T Chestnut St., Philo.
Warehouses j108Bank St., Cleveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
United States. *
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD k CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
Pecembe* 29 lyr
T M; E; Q K.EATF ^-^^
?OR THE WEAK
FOB THE PALE
FOB THE SICKLY
FOB THE AGED
FOR SPRING OSE
OS-NO BITTERS EQUAL, TO THEM..&0
WE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
made of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, ec
sroll known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BABK,
And such other HI'RBS AND ROOTS as will In all
cases assist Ingestion, promote tho secretions of the
systom in the natural channels, and givo
TONE AND MG OR TO THE
YOUNG AND OLD. MALE AND FEMALE!
AU Uso It Willi Wonderful Sncccs
TO THE PALE WHITE MP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. CSE .YO OTHEli.
Ask lor SUMTER BITTER?. So'.d by Bruggisti
?GS-SC0 that our signature is over tbe cork of oacb
bottle. DO WIK & MOISE,
POPRTETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
February 20 23* Charlesten, S. C.
RHODES' SUPERPHOSPHATE !
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED bTANDARD MANURE.
KBODES' MASURE IN ICS PREPARATION, H M ?DE EQUALLY; AD ?PIED FOB FACING
latee crop? ot' Colton, Com. WLo.it, looac o Poutoos a:id o:her Boot Cops.
Ibo M?nu?JCtu in;,' Departo mt is conducted by Frederick Eic"., ooe or tho most ar iltfal Chomlsts and
Manufacturen io tho Uuitpd s.-atcs.
It is ead >rsed, approv.d tad recommended by all of tho moU promtn'-nt Chernsts and Airriculturists in
thc Southern states. "It can bo roil d ur on ai uniform m quality." always reliable, productive of larg?
crops, and unexcelled by any m ibo market, ia the hist perc-'utage of '- true Fertilizing Principles."
Price 857 CO cash, or $CJ tim:, with Factor's acced?anos, and 7 per cent iuU-rest uutil la: December,
OKCHIL1.A UV\Sr--MA." a ?ue Bird Guino, ricu iu Phosuhates and Alkaline salts. Price $35
cash. MO time.
PEKUVIA IV GUAN O-Warranted pure, aid always on baud. Furnished at market prices for cash.
Annlys'S of Rhodes' Standard Siiperpho^phatii of Lime.
Moisture Expelled at 212?.5.05
Soluble Phosphoric ;.ciJ.*.'..9.06_
Equal to Phosphate Lime.19.78
Common Phosphoric Acid.16.03
Equal to Bone Phosphate.34.99
Lime with Phosphoric Acid.:.29.68
Sulphate of Lime and other Salis not estimated.40.18
The above analysis indicates a M.tnnrial Superphosphate ot' Lim J of tho hi;rh.>3i erada ordi- .
nardy found in t'.e American- market. Ita lartro amount of Solnole Phosphoric Acid euppli^s
an activo nutriment for.lh: development and maturity O* t?3 fruitage. TiiuSiilphunc Acid
which it contains, by chemical affinity with the elements nf most sods cotitrtbu'.o to ita Fer?
tilizing Properties To show UH host cflxts. this Snporphosphilo alioald bjapplied under
ond in contact willi tho ?coi, and with a niodcralclv shallow covering ot soil.
Inspecter Savannah, Chatham -Count v, Georgia.
G. H. WILLIAMS, Assistant Chemist.
February 13i.li, 18C9.
Wc gnarantco that every package of UIIODES' STANDARD SUPERPHOSPHATE shalt
fully come up to thc above atialjut?.
Ii. Sf. I'H'DES k CO.,
.Vc. 83 SOUTK-STKKET, RALTIMOKE.
B. S. RHETT & SON,
AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE .'UAItOLIVl PK'iTIltlZEK" l"> (TJA O Pl VUOSl ?nii PJirsPHtTES OP
Sonth naroHaa, aud is pronounced nv various ehamistsims ot the t>est Mnmi-rs known, m'y in fer" or
to Peruvian Guano lg i> F eli IIL1ZINU PROPER HE?. These I'D 'SPl'A I Es are. thc rima;ns of extinct
land onJ sci aui nals, a:id po-scn . q.i t?tiov of the jr eilest value lo the agiicnRurwf.
Wcaurcx tho aaalysis of Prot.s;or slTEi'At.l' :
. IABOIUTOISY OF Tia: Mowat, Corida a OP SOUTH CAPOLTSA.
Anal- als of a sample of CAROLINA FfcMIUZKK, per?oi?ll< tctec.td:
Uui-m.e oxpollol. t 212 do?. f.IC.70
Or^anl.- Malle witb some waler i f com inatiou i-xpc l?d al a red heat.18.60
Phosphoric ci I-ioluble. COG.Univalent to 11*37 Po'nb'o bosihiteot Lime.
I usolublc.C.17.Equivalen t to 13. <S In-oluble (hone).
Bt.11 24.75 Phosphate ot L-me.
Snlphvila Acid.11.01.Equivalent to 2.1. 65 s,ulpLate ot Mme.
itu] pliai:- of Potasa.?. 80
Sulphate ol soda.3.0!)
Sand .11.60 ??
On tho atrcDgUt ol these results, I am glad to certify to tho i-uper.orlty of tb* CAROLINA FERTI
LIZEB, examined. O. ?. SHEPARD, H."
?ST We will furnish Ibis excellent FERTILIZER to Phulcrs and otho;s at tCC per ton of 2000 lbs.
GEO. W. WILLIJ^JVES ?SC CO.,
F A C T O R S .
Fe' r??ary 2C
fm wi mo
LIFE HSrSTJRANOE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
tirganiz d In 1859. Al! Policies uon-Forfeitable.
Half r^oan Taken. * No Notes Required.
LAST CAiH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) ?RH CEAT.
Statement. , Officers.
Policios in force.525,000,000 \ W. IF. PECKHAM, President.
Assets. 1,500;000| U. V. G AH AG AN, Secretary
Annual Income. 800,000 L. McADAM, Actuary.
Loase* Paid.. 500,000 O. A?j F?DICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOH* A. Dix. New York. E. V. HADOHWJDT, Firm *. V. Haushwout dr
lion. JAMES HABPEH, I inn Harp;r &, Eros., Co. ,
cx-Mavor Nov/York. Wa. WILSENS Firm W. Wiltons s Co. i
.lontt J. OBAUS Prc?hlont luau Roruolic. Jrir.tr; i H. P ATT. Marcha-il.
WK. T. HOOKES Wall-sti-ocr.. War. W. Wsnar. Marchant
Wu. II. Vnuanum. Rinkor (V:;rni!iy? & Co.) CHAI. J. STABB. UorcUmt.
OTu.". ti. ROOKWOOD, Cashier N xrjrk EA ikiiis WILLUM ALL IS-, Herein it.
Corupohv. IID. W. CntL-Jii, Dinker, Pilmfra, N. Y.
Hon. GEOBOE OPDYKR. ex-Mayor of Now xor!:. OBJ. I". I loi? . Pia;: lo-it Coatiti?-?tal Fire lo
UrsoT C. MOBOAN, Danker. * ramnca Company.
THOMAS l?'.;:ti.x, Firm Liioina.. R';rnev ?: Co. JOHN IJ. SHBUWOOO Park P/a;o.
BBS7. H. KUBUMA?. l?Mnrer Maw York Stoaio WALTON H. PGCKUA?. Corner otu Avenue and
t?:t?sr ltofinriir Compviv |" L'wtnjty-^!Hrf-3traeS.
AAEoK.Mt-voLD Firm of Arnold, OonatiMe 4 Co. i EDWA:O ft::io)?r. Newark, N.J..
BlCliAlia 13. ?OWNB. Wctm.:ic & Dowuc, Law-1 Uto. W. .. tniAK:, Lounseltor.
Vci., j w. L. ("ott WctLi. Merchant.
(JtvOEGfi UHU. ?oneral Aeeiit fer Saslh Carolina.
Dr. T H is h*STJai;i?A, ICramlnins Pliysiciau.
OENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
Jannirr la ?!^a on' Oflicc 3lo- S'i'i tCtn^-itroot, c^iirloston, S. C.
?I I* O lt Th f: s O K
TEAS. WEOS, CRANB1E3, &c.
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.
jeST*Ooodsdelivered lo all part - .il iheClly.
IRAX--MM PU?M 4 TO 350
'fe?ip'i!''s??S%? hnn?c power, mc udin? the
f:f%h? 391 HFKI oelenrste? Corliss cut-off
^?^LJ?^JLJLT? i H i'ritfities, MMe Valve Rta
?rr/S^r^Sfey8 Hoaar. F.nginea. Portabio
ld T?u I lTdtJ ''"S'' c9' ic' Al80, circl1"
I J t I Fl 11 I ?i ar Mu'av and Gang Saw
I \ I L"J III l\'J Mills. Sujar Oane Mils,
W?j?*t^^ -ha-ting rulloys. tc Lath
??V^?^^SS?^ rn 1 Minglo Mills. Wheat
??IlTTd'i'iO?i and Corn Mills, Circular
11 ^1?T -aws Belum.', Ac. Send
H tLLif for drseriptivc Circular and
WOon Sc MANS STEaM ENGINE CO..
??.ebra ry 18 Bmoo < K>iea Now York.
EOS AD ALIS.
Pmiflea th? l?lood.
Vox >ais by LrasfflstS Kvcrywner ^.
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