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BT ABU'T TCGH CLOUGH.
Ad ?hip?, b calmed ot vc, that lay
Will couvas drooping. ?1 .c by side,
Two towers of Md at daw.i ot day
AT scarce, long leagues apait, aescried;
Wben fell Ute night upsprnng tbe breeze,
Abd all the < arkling boura they plied,
Nor dreamt bnt each the self-same seas
By each was cleaving side by side:
E'en so-but why the tale reveal
Of those whom, year by year unchanged.
Brief aosence.. joined anew io feel,
Astounded, soul from :.oul estranged ?
At dead of night their soils were filled.
And onward euch rejoicing steered:
Ah, neither blain*, for neither willed
Or wist, what first with dawn appeared !
To veer, how valu 1 On. onward strain,
Brave barks) In Light, in darkness too,
Through winds and tides one compass guides
To that, and your own selves, be true.
But O blithe breeze, and O great seas,
Though ne'er, that eoiliest parting past,
On your wide plain they join aga D.
Together lead them home at last I
One port, methought, alike they sought.
One purpose hold where'er th<-y fare,
O bounding breeze, O rushing seas.
At last, at last, unite them there t
ACTS OE THE LEGISLATURE.
AK ACT IO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT
TO DETDvE THE JURISDICTION AND DUTIES OF
. SECTION 1. Be il enacted bj the Senate
and House of Representativos of the State
of South Carolina, non met and sitting
in G?nersi Assembly, and by the autho?
rity of the same,' That an act entitled
"An act to define the jurisdiction and duties of
County Commissioners." passed the 26th day
of beptem ber. A. D. 1868, be amended aa fol?
lows: At the end of sections? add: "Provided,
Tilt c?mp?h?atl?n shall not be allowed to aa?
member of the board of County Commission?
ers lor exceed nc one hund^^ "J" ?Z i?? pne
j ear, except to*the members of the Board
Of County Commissioners for the Coun?
ty of Charleston, who shall not bo allowed
compensation for exoeeoing one hundred
and fifty days in one year. Compensation for
double this number of days may be allowed to
county commissioners during tho first term of
office, entring; the third Monday in April, A. D.
1870, but in all cases during said period, as
well as thereafter, undor the limitations, and
in the manner following:, to wit : An account
shall be made out in items, with dates prefixed,
accompanied with an affidavit of the number,
stating that the items of such account are oor
. rect and just, and that the services therein
mentioned have been rendorcd as stated, and
no part of said account has been paid. The ac?
counts shall be presented to the county treae
snrer, who shall audit and, if correct, pay tbe
same ont of funds aacrmng from taxes laid and
collected for county purposes."
SEC. 2. That section 27 of said act shall be
amended by the addition of the following at
the end of the section: The county shall also
1. The fees of grand and petit jurors while in
attendance upon the Circuit Court.
2. Witness fees in state cases, at the rato of
one dollar per day for actual attendance on
the Circuit Court, and seventy-five cents per
day for actual attendance on a Magistrate or
Justice of the Peace Court, and five cents per
mile for actual and necessary travel.
3. Fees of physicians and surgeons testify?
ing as experts before a coroner's jory, or at the
Circuit Court, after a post mortem examina?
tion, ten dollars, and five cents per mile for ac?
tual and necessary travel.
i. For dieting and keeping persons confined
in tbe county jaiL at the rate of fifty cents por
5. Fees of the circuit solicitors for services in
the county, when not collected from the de?
fendant, at the following rates : In a trial be?
fore a jury in civil and criminal cases, or before
referees, a docket fee of ten dollars ; in cases
at law, where judgment- is rendered without a
?ryy seven dollars and fifty cents-said fees to
in hen of all other compensation whatever.
6. Fees ot the clert a of the Circuit Courts in
State cosea, at the rate now allowed by law.
7. Fees of the County Coroners, at tbe rate
now allowed by law. 'Before the accounts of
sheriffs, circuit solicitors or clerks shall bo
presented to the County Treasurer for pay?
ment, they shall be sworn to by said officers,
examined and certified to by the judge presid?
ing in the Circuit Court in tbe county, approv
. ed and ordered to be paid by tbe County Com?
SEC. 3. Section thirty-four of said act shall
be, and the sanio is hereby, amended, so as to
read as follows: The County Commissioners
shall Assess all i axes for oouoty purposes upon
the then last ?tate valuation, and for this pur?
pose shall, on or before the first day of Janua?
ry in each year, obtain from tbe Andito, of tho
Countv, (who is hereby authorized and requir?
ed to fur ais b the same,) a certified copy ot the
county dnplioate,as prescribed in section ee ven -
2-five of the act entitled "An act providing for
e assessment and taxation of property," and
shall on or before the fifteenth day of January
thereafter, pursuant to aatbority given by the
General Assembly, make out and deliver to the
County Treasurer, with their warrant to col?
lect, a tax bill for county purposes. Said tax
bill and warrant shall be signed by the County
. Commissioners, or a majority of them, sealed
with their seal, and certified hy their clerk.
Said tax bill and warrant shall ba to the treas?
urer sufficient authority, and he shall proceed
thereon to collect the taxes therein laid, in the
same manaor as provided bv law for tile col?
lection of State taxes : Provided, That the
county duplicate, upon which to levy the tax
~ for the year 1859, for county purposes, may be
obtained as soon as practicable, after the same
is completed by the County Auditor; and the
tax assessed and all subsequent proceedings
for the collection of the same be cad in the
same manner tts State taxes for said year are
Ssc. 4. The County Commissioners of the
several counties are hereby authorised to levy
a tax of three mills on the dollar, if so much,
tn their judgment, be necessary, for county
purposes, for the year 1869, to be expended ac?
cording to law.
SEO. 5. It shall be the duty of the County
Commissioners to furnish the County Auditor
and Treasurer of their respective counties, of?
fice room, together with the neoas?ary furni?
ture, stationery, &c., for tho same.
Sic. 6. If the County Commissioners of any
county shall fail or neglect to perform the du?
ties imposed upon them by sections eleven and
twelve of Bald oct, by the first day of June, A.
D. 1869, the Judge of the Circuit in which
said county may be, be, and be is hereby au?
thorized and required io make all orders and
direct all measures necessary to forthwith ac?
complish the division of said county into town?
ships and the organization of said townships.
In the Senate House, tbe twenty-fourth day of
March, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-nine.
CHARLES W. .MONTGOMERY,
President of the Senate pro tempore.
FBANELTN J. M 03 ?3, J '.,
Sneaker House of Bepresentatives.
Approvad the 27th day of March, 1869.
ROBERT &. SCOTT, Governor.
WHEBE TO SETTLE.-The Commissioner of
the General Land (Mee at Wishiugton (Hon.
Joseph R. Wilson,) in reply toa letter from
Mr. L. Luthoff stating that a number of Ger?
man families will arrive in tbe spring, and de?
sire information as to the localities best
suited to their wants, hos written and pub?
lished a letter in which be glances at all tue
various fields open to purchasers. After refer?
ring to the Western States and Territories, ho
thus calls attention to the South, saying :
Lands not belonging to tho government, but
well adapted for colonies, may be bought at
very moderate prices, and on reasonable terms
as to the time, in the States of Virginis, North
and Sjuth Carolina, Georgia. Florida, Alabama,
Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas. Louisiana
and Texas, in tbe midst of settled communities
and convenient to flourishing markets. Gov?
ernment lands exist m moderate quantities,
and may be entered under the Homestead law
in the States of Fl urida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana and Arkansas, excellent for cotton,
gram, fruits and vegetables, and along the
Gall'coast, likewise, for sugar and oranges.
-Mr. Charles A. Dana, editor of the New
York Sen, writes to Secretary Boutwoll a letter
declining the office of appraiser of merchandise
in New Yoik, to which ho was appointed by
President Graut. Mr. Bontwel), n his li tter
of official announcement, is complimentary to
Mr. Dana personally, but conveys the conjec?
ture that the position "is one for which proba?
bly you havo noithcr taste nor inclination." So
Mr. Dana declines on tho ground that he can?
not abaudou a superior du y for ono ot much
less importance." We are glad to see that Mr.
Dana so properly appreciates tho dignity of
HAVANA-Per sehr Minerva-176 boxes and 103 bbl?
Sujror, 3o0 bbls Molasses. 54 hhds Molasses,
36,(00 Oranges, 550 tunebos Banana?, 70 dozen
Pineapple, and a lot of Plant lim?, to J A Enslow
PROVIDENCE, R I-Per sebr Lucy M Collins-100,
O0O feet Flooring.
PHILADELPBIA-Per sehr Hannah Li-tle-100.000
feet Flooring Boards.
Charleston Cotton and Hice Market.
JSFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, 1
CHARLESTON. Wednesday Evening, April 21. J
COTTON.-With a very light demand, the market
COL I in u es dull and somewhat nominal; eales about
130 biles, say 9 at 26?; 2 at 27; 8 at 27?; 15 at 27?;
52 at 'J7 ? ; 80 at 27X ; 1 at 26 ; 1 at 28?. We quote :
Ordinary to eood ordinary.26??'iii27
By New York classification we quote:
RICE.-This article was quiet, and holders dispos?
ed to sell would have to make concessions; sales 20
tes. of clean Carolina at B?c. lb. We quote some?
what nominally common to good clean Carolina 7?
@8; good 8?@8?c 9 ?
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, April 21.-Noon.-Consols 93. Bonds
steady at 80?.
Liv?EFOoL, April 21.-Noon.-Cotton opened dull;
middlings 12?d; Orleans 12?d; sales 7000 bales.
Corn 27s 6d.
Afternoon.-Cotton easier but not quotably lower.
HAVRE, A&ril 21.-Cotton opened quiet; 1res ordi?
naire on thesiiotlf 46c;Iow middling afloatlf43;ic.
Nsw YORK, April 21.-Noon.-Money steady at 7.
Sterling 8?, Gold 34?. Cotton quiet el 28',' to
23?. Turpentine drooping, 47 to 48. Rosin steady ;
strained $2 52? to 2 65.
Evening.-Cotton unchanged; sales 1900 bales;
Flour dull, heavy and lower; superfine State $5 25a
565; common to fair extra Southern $6 l?aC 65.
Wheat dull, spring la2o lower; white winter held
firmly. Corn heavy; new mixed Western 80i82c.
Peril finner; new *31 12?a31 87?. LAM quiet,
Whiskoy 90c. Groceries dull and quiet. Turpen?
tine- 47d43c. Rosin firm ?it $2 60a8. Governmeuts
firm. '62's,2l. Southerns firm. Money ia fair de?
mand at 7. Sterling 8?a8?. Gold 34?. Stocks
BALTIMORE, April 21.-Cotton nominal. Flour ac?
tive but weak. Wheat dull ; choice valley red $2 20.
Corn duli; receipts light; white 80a82: yellow 85.
Provisions and whiskey firm. Oid Virginia's 49?.
CINCINNATI, April 21.-Whiskey quiet at 90. Pro?
visions firm at foll rates.
ST, LOUIS, April 21.-Whiskey dull at 87. Pork
quiet at $31a31?. Shoulders 13?. Clear sid*?, 17.
Lard 17? al 8.
LOUISVILLE, April 21.-Pork $31?. Lard 18?a
18?. Shoulders 13? ; clear rib sides 17?. Whiskey
WILMINGTON, April 21.-Spirits of turpentine firm?
er at 43. Rosin firmer at $1 90 to S10. Crude tur?
pentine unchanged. Tar steady at $2 35. Cotton
dull at 26c. .
AUGUSTA, April 21.-Cotton market dull and irreg?
ular; sales 170 bales; receipts 60: middlings nomi?
SAVANNAH, April 21.-Cotton dull and nominal,
sale: 350 bales; middlings 27c; receipts 703.
MOBILE, Apnl 21.-Cotton dull and demand limit?
ed; sales 360bales; low middling 26?c; receipts 163;
NEW ORLEANS, April 21.-Middling cotton scarce
at 28?; sales 260 bales; receipts 694; exports 63.
Gold 34? Sterling 45; New York sight ?a? pre?
mium. Sugar in good demand; common 9 to 10.
Molasses scarce; fermenting 52.
'Weekly Review of the Macon Market.
MACON, April 10.-COTTON-The mit ket tho first
three days cf the woek under review was decidedly
Arm, with ? flfood dorrmnrt fttWn mr miAiHugm. Wi.
day, Saturday and to-day there was little done. We
quote tho be-'. 26c-holders firm. There was only
one br.le sold to-day, 53 bales received, and none
shipped. Sales for the week 927 biles; receipts 248
bales; shipments 789 bales.
Stock on hand September 1.1868_ 1,326
Received this week. 2i8
Shipped this week. 789
Shipped previously.61,5'. .-52,364
Stock-on hand. 5,777
Wilma .norton Market.
WILMINGTON, April 20.-TURPRNTINI.-Only
71 bbls received and st ld at S i 25 for new virgin. 1
$2 70 for yellow dip, a id $1 60 for hard, per 280 j
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Market steady; sales of 282
bbls at 43c per gallon.
ROSIN.-Sales of 310 bbls at $1 80al 85 .'or strained
and No 2.
TAX-Is 5 cents higher, and 250 bbls sold at $9 35
COTTON.-Small sales at 26 cents for lo * mid?
MONTGOMERY. April 17.-Cotton quiet and dull
at 25 to 25?c for low middlings.
Below we present our we ely cotton statement:
Stock on band September 1st, 1868, 638
Received past week. 378
Received previously. 37,691-37,969
Shipped past week. 1,109
Shipped previously. 33,?107-34.466
Stock on hand April 17, 1869 . 4,144
Nash ville 5Iar.'l'1.
NASHVILLE, April IT.--iTiat.- -Liverpool and
New York markets were quiet 'o-Jty, wita no change
in quotations. Our market qui?.*. Witt moderate in?
quiry for the bettur grades. Wt'quo le: Ordinary
22?a23; good ordinary 24a?4?; W;; m idling 26c.
NASHVILLE COTTON VTATEMRNT.
Stock on hind September 1,16C3.60
Received to-day. 85
Shipped to-day. SCI
Stock on hand...4.799
CORN.-Market dull to-day. Tho receipts were
very flim, and shipmeuts only 500 bushels. We
quote at 60c buying, sud at 75c sacked and delivered
Q Manchester Cotton Goods Market.
MANCHESTER, April 5.-Tho mirkct is mode?
rately steady in prices, hut there is no life in it.
Business is very limited, sud co - fined only to small
ard almost retail quantities. Foreign markets are
very woll supplied with goods, and the orders offer?
ing ar* mostly for assortments and iu emili quanti?
ties. It is hardly possible tbe market could be more
HAVANA, April 18 -The lollowiug iro th- closing
prices ot merchandise for the woek ending saturday,
the 17 h instant :
ScoAR-Buoyant; NCR. 10 to 12 Dutch standard,
8?a9? reals perarrobi; Nos. 15 to 20 Lulch stau
dard, 10*11? reals; Muscovadoes, fair to good re?
fining, firm at 7?a8? reals; stock in warehou.-es in
davina and Matanzas 253 000 boxes, 1(1,000 bods;
holders demand an advance; exported during the
week from Havana and Matanzas to foreign coun?
tries, 37,000 boxes and 3500 hhds; to the United
.states. 27,000 boxes; molasses sugar firm at 6?u7?
MOLASSES-Active; clayed 6? reals per keg; Mus?
covado or common 7?.
HOKEY-Firm. Wax dull.
LUMBER.-Yellow pine steady at $18 per thousand ;
white pine firmer at S26.
?HOURS-Box advancing; quoted at 8? reals; hhds
steady kl $2 12?; empty hhd- dall at $3.
HOOPS-14 feet long. sh.veJ. quiet at $50 per
thousand; 13 leet long dull a: $40 p r thousand.
FREIGHTS-Quiet; tier box ol suplir to tbe U ?ted
Stale-, St CO 3 02?;pcr bUdB sugar ?G..9; |er hhds
j Jiioios-08, S4o4 75; per ton to J^aimouth and orders,
45-al7sCd. txo?ium.'c on Loudon. l'J?ail? per
cent, prom um; on Uuited States, sixty d;iy6' ^g?t,
in currency, 2",?a24? p?-r cent, dincou-it; iu gold,
parajj per reut, luemium; short sight, iu gold,
2!.a3 per ceut. premium.
Consignees per sonta < atoimu ;tau?oud
335 bales Cotton. 61 bales Domestics, 4S9 bushels
Grain, 163 bbls Naval atores. 235 coiks ? lay 4 cars
Lumber. 5 ears Wood. 'JoSaltead A?cnt. ornesrr
te -mith. W Boich, Hopkins. kl< P.iersou A- C W W
Smith Pelzer. Rodgers & Co, K.nmrau te HON ell J
Marshal), troldsmith te son, Fio.=t k Ad"or. Kirk?
patrick k Witto. G W Wibanis k Co. G b Walter &
Co. W C <"ourtney 4 Co, A b Mulligan, J B E .Sloan
RC Sharp. Mowry & co. CN A\e iii & Snn, . Fol
lin, B O'Neill, J St X Getty, and J it W li Aimsbrong.
Consignees per Nortiieastcrn Itatlroad
13 biles Cotton, 224 bbls Naval Floree, GO bnfhela
P.ouu'h Rice, Lumber, Tobacco. Mdsi, teo To Kins
m?u k Howell. Mazyeks te sabers. S ti Stoney, A A
Goldsmith S Co, J Mar*tiatl. Jr. Reeder te Davis J
Marshall, Jr. Frost te Adner, J Fiticibbon, J Butler,
sw.ll. W. bb te Co, W K Ryan. Mantona te Co, Boll
n.ann Bria Wasener te Mousse?, G W Williams tc
?tr steamer City Point, from Palatka, via Jackson,
ville. Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs Marquis and
son, D F Brown, S E Burnett, Mrs L Purcoy, J Wy?
man. E Austin, W T Creighton, G A Eckert, J J Ou
trondei, Q Mccredie, W H Buffam and lady, Gen W
H Hunt, lidy and family, Dr J A 8tewart and lady,
Mc M King, D W O'Brien and lady, G P Cole, E A
Weed, Air Small and lady, R Cann, F E Harrison. J
Rudolphe and lady, J A Potter, C B Hutchinson and
lady, Miss Hutchinson, a-ul C on dock.
Port of Charleston. April SS.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
Last Quarter, 3d, 3 hours, 28 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 11th, 8 hours, 27 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 19th, 9 hours, 46 minutes, morning.
FnU Moon, 27th, 1 hour, 1 minute, moraine.
RISES. I SETS.
19.Monday....I G..20 I C..32 ? 12..45 I 12..46
20 : Tuesday.... 5..25 6..33 ! 1..35 | 1..61
211 Wednesday.) 6..24 | 6..33 2.-22 | 3.. 3
22 Thursday... 5..23 j 6..34 I 3..0 4..11
23 Friday..... 5..22 6..35 j 3..48 5..11
24 Saturday... 5..21 6..35 4..26 6.. 3
25 Sunday. 5..20 I 6..30 | Bises. C..52
Sehr Minerva, Collins. Havana-3 days. Sugar,
Molasses, *e. To J A Enslow k Co.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka via Jackson?
ville. Fernandina, Savannah, ic. Mdse. To J
D Aiken fz Co, Mantoue k Co, Monett & Wharton,
and W H Buhn.
IN THE OFFING.
Sehr Nellie Carr, from Mayaguez, P If.
I Sehr Hannah Little, Godfrey, Philadelphia-H F
Baker k Co.
Scbr Mary Ella, Thomas, Providence, F. I-Risley k
Sehr Lucy M Collins, Collins, Wilmington, N C
Risley k Creighton.
Steamship James Adgsr, Lockwood, New York.
Brig Nathaniel stevens, rounders, Georgetown, S C.
fc'cbr Moonlight, Br gas. New York.
Sehr Mary, Gilchrist, Georgetown, H C.
Sehr Wataug?, Lawrence, Wilmington, N C.
Sehr L M Collins,. Collins, Wilmington, N ?,
Fjrom this fort.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, New Yo?. April 18.
Steamship J W Eve.man, Snyder, Philadelphia,
SdVr francis Hatoh. Gregorv, New York. April 18.
Sehr E G Irwin. Atkins, Baltimore. April 19.
Sohr L A Bayles, Bayles, Jacksonville, Fla, April 9.
Cleared for this Port,
f/chr Ann Leland, Bennett, at New Orleans, April IC.
The 6chr Franc s Hatch, Gregory, at New York
A iii 18, from this port, reports seeing a brig on
fire on the 15Lh instant off Cape Hatteras.
The following is the cargo of the scbr Ann Leland,
which cleared at Nek Orleans on tb el 8 th instant for
Charhsfon: 2711 sacks Corn, 400 sacas Oats, 15 bbls
Molasses. ' .
Shlpnews by T. tcgrapii.
s w A vs AH, April 21- Arri ve i steamships San
Jacinto and Huntsville from New York, and Wyo?
ming from Philadelphia.
. . Lil ST OP VESSKLS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR TU1S COR,.
Bhip R C Winthrop, Stewart, cleared.March 8
The Boyal Charlie, Anderson, soiled.March 8
The Chiton,-, up.March 1G
Bark Helen Sands, OKB, foiled.March 18
Sehr Ellen. Carr, up to sail.March 26
British sehr Lion, McLellau, up...March 5
febr James A Crocker, Currier, cleared.April 12
Brig E C Redman. Redman, up.April 15
Behr Argus Eye, ThompBor, cleared.April 17
Sehr Mary Stow, Bankin, cleared.April 17
Sehr M B Brambah", Mont, up.April 10
Scbr Ann Leland, Bennett, cleared.April 16
"a TJA arel?
No. 1 PERU VIAN.
BARBY'S "SOLUBLE PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN.'
SABDY'S "AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC,
n Hiii KS i' (.it AU lils rum: PHOSPHA
TIC ?CANOS AND GROUND
THE USE OF THE ABOVE SOLUBLE PBOSPHO
PERUVIAN and Ammouiatcd Soluble Pacific
Guanos is particularly recommended, being com?
pounds of the richest Pacific Phosphate Guano,
rendered soluble ; the former containing twenty per
cent of Peruvian Guano, and Ibo latter highly am
moniated with animal mattor-masing the most
concentrated and profitable fertilizer? in use for cot?
ton, corn, wheat and Tobacco,
For sale in bags and barrels, in quantics to suit.
Testimonials from those who have ased thc above
will be turniicd on application.
GKAESEK, LKE, SMITH & CO.,
General Agents at Charleston.
"Feed y oar Land and lt ?Til Feed Yon.'
December 24 nao tbHtu4mo
THE LODI M4NUFACT?BING CO,,
INVITE PLANTERS AND FARMERS TO PEND
for a pamphlet descriptive of their Fertilizers.
Wo offer our DOUBLE REFINED P.UDRETTE,
equal to the best Superphosphate, at tho low price
of $25 per ton. Ibis Company also moko a supe?
rior article o? Nitrophospbate and pure Bone Dust.
it. M. loon. Smithfield. Va., saye where he u;cd
the E?uble Refined Poudrette on corn lt doubled the
WILLIAMS BROS . Dover, Del., says it gave their
rhubarb and tomato?- a vigorous growth, ripening
the latter two weeks earher.
P. W. HUTCHISON, Sr, near Cherokee, Ga., says it
nearly doubled bis yield of cottou.
Hon. Eu s. SHORTER, Eufaula, Ala., says his cot?
ton wa? fully equal to adjoining nclds manured with
the best Superphosphates.
S. MONTGOMERY, Ellaville, Ga., say? it increased
his crop of cotton 150 tbs per acre.
G. 8. OOLESBT. Marieka, Ga., u_o I lt on eira and
cotton and eayn it nco than doubled thc yield. He
regards it the cheapest and most reliable Fertilizer
within bis knowledge.
Ex-Governor t KITH, Warrenton, Va., tried it with
tbrco several crops tbe last and present years, and
says: '1 pronouuee it with confidence a most valua?
The Superintendent of General W. R. Cox, Polk
Island Plantation, N. C., says: "I think tho Poudrette
UBcd for cjru cannot be surpassed; used it also on
cotton which produced a large yield.
Dr. E. M. PENDLITON, Scoria, Ga., says: ..Tho
Nitrophoxphate or Lime, used ou cotton made 248
per cent tho first year.
Piofessor GEORGE H. COOK, of tho .w Jersey
State Agricultural College, at New Brunswick, cays:
"Tho reuni? Refined Poudrette and Nitrophosphato
of Lime paid us full 100 per cent above their mar?
ket value in the increase of crops thia year."
AddrcsB I.ODI MANUFAClUBING COMPANY,
Box 3139, New York Postofflce. Office No. 00 court
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
AGENTS FUR THE COMPANY.
January ll ihsluSmos
CROA*D\LVS GENUINE PHOSPHATE AND
BOWEB'3 COMPLETE MANU HE. Both
standard Fertilize: s. For sale by
No. 102 East Bay.
holt- Agent tor south Carolina.
April 20_ Imo
No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO.
OHO T0?IS Vo1 PERUVIAN GUANO. WAR.
Afv'vJ ItANTi D gemine and pure, lauding norn
Schooner t. F. Cal acu.
For sale by T. J. KERR k CO.
OFFICE No. 2 75 KING,
Jannary 27 _ 3mo
gHAJMFOOINQ AND HAIR-CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at thtir residences promptly and at reason
Send orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
1* Kn B1 nwviri.afrio* Inn alni rn I
Prngs1 Cljetnic?l?, (Ctr.
- A ?
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossoms,
fl?- One BotUc, $1- Three for $3.
"Costar'?" Kat, Hoach, &c.. Extermi's.
"Costar's" Bed Bag exterminator*.
"Costar's" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remediej known."
"Ill Beware 111 of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them. "
"COSTAR.," No. 13 Howard-it., N.Y.
Sold in CHARLESTON, S. C., by
GOODRICH. W1.VK.TIAN di CO.
FOR PURIFYING THE B L, O O T> .
ibis excellent medicine en%
L^'^TV JOVH, is derived from its
JU cures, many of which are
WL ?M truly marvellous. Invete
*y^teB? ralo ca?es of ScroiulouH
\ disease, where the system
J\ i &\ seemed saturated with
/fffySs coRupiion, have been pu
^B??pB_jfc TrP liSed and cured by it
. Scrofulous aOect?o?B and
MnSftWK" disorders, which were ag
_^i?r^^mjB'JK"''"qrava'e<i by tho fcrofu
--"4?wT55anl*T*G^ lou? contamination until
they wore psinfully afflicting, havo boen radically
cured in such great cumber? m aime tt every section
of thc country, that the public sc.rcely need to be
informed of Its virtues or use?.
Scrofulous poison is one of the most de tractive
enemies of our raco. Often this unseen a- d unfelt
tenant of tho organism undermines the con titutiou,
and Invites tho attack ol enfeebling or fatal diseases,
without excitiug a suspicion of its presence. Again,
it seems to breed infection through the body, and
then, on some favorable occasion, rapidly develop s
into ono or other ol its hideous forms, either on the
surface or among tho vitals. In tho latter, tubercles
may bc suddenly deposited in tho lungs or heart, ai
tumors formed in the liver, or it shows Itu present*
by eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcerations onso.i e
part of tho body. Hence the occasional use r
bottle of this SARSAPARILLA ls auvisablo, > veo
when no active symptoms of diseoso appear, .er.
sons afllicte i with the following complaints gout tally
find imovcdiato relief, and, at length, cure, by ihc
use of this SARSAP.VKILLA: St. Anthony's i'.te,
Rot-c or Erysipelas, Tetter. Salt Kbeuru, Scald brad
vi?n rv*.--- u wmm ?R.? - ??..? MI,..,. w?f?
UO?R or visible forms of Scrofulous ditoase.
in the moro concealed forms, as Ovtpepnla, Druna.v,
Heart Di ca^c. Fits, Epilepsy, Neu algia, and tb' va?
rious ulcerous affections of thc muscular an.' ner?
syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Disease i rc
cur.-d by it, though a long timo is required foi sut
during these obstinate maladi< e by any med? -nc.
But long cont inned use of this medicine will cut e
thc'complaint Leucorrbcea or Whites, Uteru- -LT
ceraiions and Fomalc diteas??. aro commonly > roi
relieved and ultimately cured by its purifying sui
invigorating effect Minuto Directions for each i i't<
are touud in our Almanac, supplied gratis, been
matism and Gout, when caused by accumulafiOLS Ol
extraneous matters in tbe blood, yield quickly to it
as also Liver Complaints, Torpidity, Congestion ot
Inflammation of the Liver and Jauo lice, wbt-n aris?
ing, as they often do. from the rankling polsone m
thebiood. This SARSPAKILLA ls a great restorer
for tho strength and vigorof the system. Those who
are Lauguid and Listle s, Despondent, Sleepless
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or Fears,
or siy of tho affections symptomatic of Weakness,
will find immodiatc relic, au J convincing evidence
of Ks restorative power upon trial.
PBX TA Tl ED BY
Dr. J. C. A?KR di Cu., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Sold at Wholesale, by
DOWIE ft MOISE,
Charleston, South Carolina,
And by Rt tail Druggists everywhere.
March 25 DAO thstuSmos
P O t T Z'S
Horse and Cattle Powders.
^?^J?^^^4^^^p^' Ii is a Eure rreven
m^rsuch Ta8^LUNO FEVER, GLANDERS, YEL
?nil transforms tho ?^^^^^^^k^^M^^^^'?
into afine looking and spirited Horse.
TO EEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION
ter firm and sweet'"
In fattening cattle, it gives them an appetite, opens
their hides and makes them thrive much faster.
MEN-WOMEN-AND CHILDREN I
MEN-WOMEN-AND CHILDREN !
"Cooling to Scalds and Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds," fcc.
"Healing to all Bores, Ulcers," kc.
'COSTAR'S' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is the most extraordinary SALVE ever known. Its
poworofsoothine and Healing for all Cuts, Burn*,
Bruises, Hores. UiCGr8, Chapped Hands and Skin, for
sore Nipples, for Piles, ftc, ftc-is without a paral?
lel. One person says of lt: "I would not be with?
out a box in my house, if lt cost $5, or I had to
travel all tin way to New York lor iL"
liV. Y. Evening News, September 5,
AS? All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell lt.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCHAS COUGHS,
ei4d1eated or cu
tirely prevented. If given in limo, a certain prc
tivcand euro for tho Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. POU TZ,
WHOLESALE DRTJG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 115 FrankUn-strert, Biltunoro, Md.
FOB SALE BT
DOWIE ?Si MOISE,
WHOLESALE DRUG HOD8E,
No. J61 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CH J RLESTON HOTEL,'
TR? S A D A L I S
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Dm?t(?ists E very w h crt.
JlllV 91 D*0 ? ' .
WA TIE ROUSE AND SEED STORE.
A GlilCUL i VEAL Ht PL EMENTS, Q ARDEN
GEO. E. PING REE.
Ne. 110 Meotlng-street, charleston.
March U Gmo
Juil?iing ??Uxhls, KtU.
OKA AAA WELL SEASONED CYPRESS
/UO\).UUU SAINOLES, In bundles, from
17, v7K> S8. $8& and ii per thousand cash.
For Bale by C. J. SCH LEPEOR&XL,
Mo. 37 Line, between Sine and St Philip-streets.
April 20 mtb6*
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.
No. 2 PRITCHARB-STREET,
OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR A CO.'S MACHINE
8ASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PASTEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE SASHES, |
MOULDINGS, &c, made np at short no?
tice, and at the lowest terms.
L. E. CORDRAY.
.C. A. TROUCHE
J^tyMWi toting d?tr.
FLOUR AND CORN MILIS
ALL COMPLETE, FURNISHED AT SHORTEST
NOTICE, and or the nost improved style and
Four of the said Mills are in operation in thia city
now, and have all proved satisfactory and superior
to all others.
Bolting Cloth, Screen Wire, Ac, constantly on
hand. HMM k MUNSON.
Utica, New York.
For particulars apply to the undersigned, where
thc Mills can be Been in full operation daily,
A Rents for South Carolina,
March ll thru 3mos Charleston, S. 0.
PHOENIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TA Tr? LOR & CO.,
C A ?I K R O il & CO..
Engineers, Boilermakers, &c.
Nos. i, 6 and 8 PRITCHARB-STREE2,
(NEAR THE PBX DOCE),
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLE?S AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OP
- - : H?Ki - ? ?- ?_
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of aa good quality and power, and atas low rates as
can be bad in New York. Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft'? Low-irater Detector,
THE ONLY PEBFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
February l D*O 3mos
Alum & Dry Plaste"
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a cataiogne to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
n . . , (265 Broadway, New York.
Principal J m che8tnut St .Phila.
Warehouses j108Bank St., Cleveland,0
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout jthe
FOR SA LE BY
WM. M. BIRD k CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CH A Ki. KS TON.
December 20 lyr
ZD^lSTIIEILi HI. SILOOX,
Nos. 175,177 and 179 KING-STREET, - - Charleston, g. C.,
Keeps conntantJ j- on hand a large and weU selected assortment ot
CABINET JT LTENiTURE,
O? the latest and most approved styles, which he offers at prices that cannot /ail to please. -
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SETS, OF EYERY DESCRIPTION.
tS- THE BEST ASSORTMENT EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET".-?5
JV. H.-Goods Cn ref a Hy Packed for Shipping.
March IS nao thsro2moe
^ Gl?nflJ?Tl?f ??L
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,
Polic?06 in force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid.. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. QAHAGAN, Secretary.
L. McADAM, Actuary.
O. A. FUDICKAB, Superintended.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAMES HABPEB, Firm Harper & Bros.,
ex-Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank Bepnblic.
WK. T. HOOKES, Wall-street.
WM. M. VEBBULTE, Banker (Vermilye & Co.)
CHAS. G. BOOKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. GEOBGE OPUYKE ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MORGAN, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney cfc Co.
BENJ. B. SHEEHAN, Treasurer New York Steam
Sugar Beftniog Company.
AABON ABNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable <fc Co.
RIOHABD H. BOWNE, Wetmore <fc Bowne, Law?
- GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. KEENS T J KUNA, Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON,
Januiry 13 ?ruo ruc Office No. ?95 Kln?-Street, charleston, 8. C.
E. V. HAUGHWOUT, Firm E. V. Eanghwoot 4
WM. WILSENS, Firm W. Wilkens & Co. .
JULI ca H. PXIATT, Merchant.
WM. W. WHIGHT, Merchant.
CHAS. J. STABS, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CDXLEE, Banker, Palmyra, N. ?.
GEO. T. HOPS, President Continental Fire In?
JOHN H. SHEBWOOO, Park Place.
WALTON H. r* TOKHAM, Corner 5th Avenue and*
Er WA ED H. WEIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor.
W. I:. CooswrxL, Merchant.
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANDREL"
0RGHILLA GUANO ! PERUVIAN GUANO !
EBODES' MANDBE. IN ITS PREPARATION, 19 M\DE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOR FACING
km crops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco Potatoes and other Hoot Crops.
The Manufacturing Department ls conducted by Frederick Klett, one of the most. sslluol Chemists and
Manufacturera in tho United States. - .
It is endorsed, approved and recommended by all of the most prominent Chemists and Agriculturists m
tho Southern states. "It can be relied upon a* uniform in quality," always reliable, productive of large
crops, and unexcelled by any in the market, bl tho high percentage of "True Fertilizing Principles."
Price $87 60 cash, or $66 time, with Factor's acceptance, and 7 per cent. Interest until 1st December,
18QKCHlIitiA. GUANO-"AA." a fine Bird Quino, rich in Phosphates and AJ kalin o Salts. Price 711
cisin wu'uuiu. - - i- -_?. _
PKKUV1AN GUANO-Warranted pure, and always on hand." Furntsn?aarnTa??eTprices fermqfa.
Analysis of Rhodes' Standard Superphosphate of Lime.
Moisture Expelled at 212?.:.'. .6.05
Soluble Phosphoric Acid... .*.9.06
Equal to Phosphate Lime.19.78
Common Phosphoric Aaid.*.., .16.0!^^
Equal to Bono Phosphate.34.991
Lime with Phosphoric Acid.29.68 ;
Sulphate of Limo and other Salts not estimated.40.18
The above analysis indicates a Manorial Superphosphate of Lime of the highest grade ordi?
narily found in the American market. Its large amount of Sol able Phosphoric Acid supplies
an active nutriment for the development and maturity of tho fruitage. The Su'phanc Acid
which it contains, by chemical affinity with the clements of most Boils, contribute to its Fer?
tilizing Properties. To show ita best effects, this Superphosphate should be applied under
and in contact with the Seed, and with a moderately shallow covering of soil. _i
A. MB Aw),
Inspector, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia,
G. H. WILLIAMS, Assistant Chemist.
February 13th, 1869.
We guarantee that every package of RHODES' STANDARD SUPERPHOSPHATE 'shall
fully come up to the above analysis.
B. M. RHODES & CO.,
NO. 8? SOI TH-STKEE I , BA LT 1M OK E.
B. S. RHETT & SON,
AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. C.
February 27 7
UM AND PARIS EXPOSITIONS.
PRIZE MEDALS 1
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
O. IST. T.
SIX COKO, SOFT FINISH
This favorite Thread boing Six Cord to Ko.
80, purely Soft Finish, ie recommended for ita
groat Buperiority for Hand and Machine Sow?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 3mo
J JO!, li > & MACBETH,
No. 36 B ro a <I - 8 t r c f t',
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttcnd to Renting and Collecting of Rents
and purchase and sale ot blocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Beal Eatate.
To tho Purchase ci'Good* and Supplies for parties
tn thc country upon roascniblo terms.
GEOIUIE L. Hounts........ALEXASSEB MACPETH,
Janusrj 1 lyr
M. L. FINLEY'S
Celebrated Cooking Stoves,
?? PHILANTHROPIST" AND ? CIVILIAN,"
Manufactured at Troy, N. Y., and for sale by
D. I. FULLERTON,
rESE STOVE? STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, durability, convenience' and tbe gen?
eral purposen to which Cookins Stoves ore used. The
PHILANTHROPIST is extra hoavy plated, and baa
Ash Drawer; can be mad>) hilo a six boiler hole
stove; has cast Iron Wncr Tank galvanized, or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Stove. The
CIVILIAN is of a neat design, nul has a fine large
Oven. Thin Stove eau be hod with the extension
Dick, slxholcs, and reservoir wheu desired
For further irJormu?on apuly to
D. L. FCLLEHTON,
January 30 6*nos Aucusta, Ga
J T. HUMPH UK TS ,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND OOM HIS
SALES OF BEAL ESTATE, f TOCES, BONDS, SE.
0TJRITIE8 AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
ATTENDED TO. ja
No. 27 BROtll-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.
Oenoral JAMES CONNER, T. R. WARING, Esq.