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A RAILROAD HOLOCAUST..
NEW ORLEANS, February 4.-Another ter?
rible accident la reported on the Jackson Rail?
road. Two Bleeping cars o? the Northern^
bound train were thrown from the track and*
badly smashed. A large number ol passengers
are reported Injured, many severely. Rall
Toaders seem to have smothered effectually
the particulars of this last calamity.
SP A BKS EBOMTHE WIRES.
The Secretary of the Treasury has ordered
two and a hall millions of three per cent, cer?
tificates of Nos, 611 to 8G0, inclusive, of $5000,
and between 601 to 758, inclusive, of $1000.
These certificates can be had upon presenta?
tion at the Assistant Treasurer's office in Bos?
ton, Philadelphia and New York. Interest
.will cease Marah 31, after which they will be
available as a reserve for national banks.
The schooner Carrie, (rom New York for
Brazos, put In to Norfolk on Saturday.
THE OER EB AB ASSEMBLY.
Acts and Joint Resolutions, Session
AN ACT TO rapVlDB FOR THE PUBLICATION OF
.THE ACTS, REPORTS, RESOLUTIONS, JOUBKALS
AND OTHER PAPERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEM?
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Re
. preventatives of the State of South Carolina,
now met and sliting in Generai Assembly, and
bj the authority ol the same:
SECTION 1. That the clerk of the Senate and
the clerk of the House of Representatives be,
and they are hereby, authorized to provide, by
contract, for the publication, in such news?
papers of the S tate" as may by them be deemed
necessary, of the acts and resolutions ot the
General Assembly; and th?y are further au?
thorized' to provide, by contract, for the per?
manent and current printing of the General
Assembly, provided that said contract be ap
* proved by the Senate and House of Represen?
SEC. 2. That a sufficient number of the Jour?
nals, reports and acta of the General Assembly,
as may be necessary for the use of the metn
' hers of the General Apsemby^and- for the State
librarian to make the. exobaafes with other
"States, be bound in a good'hod substantial
manner; and that the clerk of -the Senate and
the clerk or the .Bpuse of Representative be,
and they are' hereby, authorized to have the
- same done immediately upon the close of the
session, or as soon thereafter as practicable.
SEC. '4. That- on the complet ion of tho per?
manent work they shall forward, by mall or
otherwise, as they may deem expedient, .a
copy to each of the members ol the General
Assembly, and ona to each "of the State and
count, officers entitled to the same.
SEC. 4. That the State .Treasurer be, and tie
ls hereby, authorized and -directed to pay all
accounts for sard work out ot any mosers In
the treasury not otherwise appropriated,
provided the clerks of the respective Houses
shall first certify that said accounts are-Just
ind correct in all respects, and that the work
has been performed In pure nance ox contract,
and that the amount menrtoaerj in said
accounts is due and remains unpaid.
SEC. 5. That all acts or .parts cl acts, and
Joint resolutions inconsistent with this act, are
Approved January 23, 1371.
. -AN ACT TO MAKE APPROPRIATION FOR THE FAY
~ MENT OF TUE PER MEM AND MILEAGE OF
THE MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEM?
BLY AND TUB SALARIES OF THE SUBOR?
DINATE OFFICERS, AND OTHER BXPBNSES'lNC.I
DENTAL THE RETO.
Beit enacted by the Senate and House of
Repr?sentatives of the State of South Carolina,
now met and sitting Ju General Assembly, and
by the authority of the same:
SECTION 1. That for the payment bf the per
diem and-mMeage ol the members of the Gen?
eral Assembly and the salaries of tho subor?
dinate-officers, and other expenses incidental
thereto, the sum of one hundred and" thirty
.Ave thousand dollars, if such be necessary, be.
and the same is hereby, appropriated out of
any funds In the treasury not otherwise ap
SEC. 2. That the clerks of the Senate, and
House of Representatives be, and thew are
hereby, authorized and directed to furnish
to eacL member of their respective bodies a
pay certificate (br the amount ot his mileage
and per diem, to include such dates as the
General Assembly shall, by concurrent resolu?
SEO. 3. That such certificates shall conform
to the provisions of section 38, article II, ot
the Constitution ot the State, and sha^l be
eertlfled by the president bf the Senate, and
attested by the clerk ot the Senate, for. all
members of that body, and by the speaker of
the House ol Representatives,aad by the clerk
of the same, for ali members ot that body.
SIC. 4. That the subordinate officers and
employees of this -General Assembly shall, In
like manner, be tarnished with certificates of
payola such amounts as shall be fixed by that
branch of the General Assembly to which such
officers and employees shall respectively
belong : Provided, however, That the pay
-certificates for services common to the taco
Houses shall be signed by the president ot the
Senate?, and countersigned hy the speaker of
the House of- Representatives.
SEC. 5. That the treasurer of this State
is hereby authorized and directed to pay said
certificate s out of any funds in the treasury not
otherwise disposed of, and-to bold the certifi?
cates as rds vouchers therefor.
Approved December -23, 1870.
AN ACT WT* INCORPORATE THE HEDGES LIGHT
GUARD, OF KDISTO, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Be it enacted by the Senate and-House of
Representatives of the State of South Caro?
na, now met and sitting in General Assembly,
and by the authority of the samo:
SECTION 1. That P. P. Hedges, Abram
Brown, Jonas Grant, Wallace- Wescott and Jas.
Hutchinson, under the name and style of the
Hedges Light Guard, and their successors and
associates, be,, and they are respectively In-"
corporates and made and declared a body po?
litic and corporate In deed and In 1 aw^nd as
auch body politic a hall-have the power to use
and keep a common seal, and the same at will
to alter, to make nil necessary by-laws not re?
pugnant to the laws ol the lund, and to have
succession of officers and members comform
Jble to such by-laws, to-sue and be sued, plead
and be Impleaded In any conn of law or equity
In thia State, and to have, use and enjoy ali
other rights ?nd be subject to all other Ila
bil lt les In .(dent to bodies corporate.
SEO. 2. That this act shall be deemed and
taken to be a public act. and shall continue In
force for the space of fourteen years from and
after its passage.
Approved the 23d day of January, 1871.
-Washington specials reiterate the reports
that Hie President has ai. lara decided to
thoroughly reconstruct bis ?nblnet: Senator
Morion ls now lu Indiana, and it is asserted
that he ls makiiur ?t-raptrern^nts to reside in
Washington as Secretary, of .State, while on
the same slate Oneral Plea*onton appeai-R as
the successor nf Governor Boutwell, and
8enalor Williams ?a ilie successor of Mr. Aker
man, with a Pennsylvanian as postmaster
general In the pince ot'Mr. Creswell:
LIVERPOOL-Per Bb bark James Ive&-10 bags,
sea island and 1629 bales upland cotton. .
Rio ns n PLATA.-IJer Span ship Aurora-271,000
feet lamber, 11,500 feet timber, soo bois rosin, soo
bblB pitch and 100 obis tar.
CORK AND A MARKET-Per Br bark carmel-2380
bales upland cotton.
AMSTERDAM-Per Br bark Batchelor-2092 bales
BARCELONA-Per Span brig Catalina-406 baleB
upi<rud cotton, 105 bbls rosin.
BOSTON-Per Behr Jos W Allen-308 bates upland
cotton, ."JO tons phosphate rock.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-93 bags
sea Island and GIO bales npland cotton, 21 bales
domestics, 144 ?erees rice, 101 empty bbls, and 31
P*J?ALTIMORE-Per steamship North Point-854
bales cotton, 305 tierces rice. 3s bales domestics.
40 casks clay, 103 bbls rosin, 3 hhda hides, a sacks,
5 boxes and 2 bags suudries. ._ . .
NEW ORLEANS-Per sehr Dan Glflord-599whote,
19 half ano l three-quarter tierces rice, 1781 bags
peas, 10 pieces furniture.
RICHMOND-Per sehr EAL Marts-3?0 tons
The Charleston Cotton, ltlcc and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, |
SATURDAY EVBNINO, February 4, 1871. f
COTTON.-There was-a moderate inquiry, large?
ly for the lower grades of "the article, daring a
part of the day, but the market closed quiet; sales
about 800 bales; I4at42?c; 246 at 13; 51 at 13?;
loo at 13J?; 08 at 14; 13 at UH', 76 at UKI 62 at
14?; 77 at 14?; 25 at 14?; 20 at 16. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordluary.13 @14
RICE.-This grain was tn %ood reqnest and the
prices about 9 lb higher. Sales near 300
tierces of clean Carolina, say 25 tierces at 7?c;
75 at 7?; 160 at 7J?c V tb. We quote common to
fair clean Carolina at-.o?@l?>good>?@7)? cts
;. N*m. ST0*?s.-the bn>l3.ets "in these Article*
TWas?!rglit?'Bate% 200 oals-ifo 2" roshiat%i 83&? 95;
300 No 3 at $180; 3 bbls extra pale rosin at $3 50;
3 bbls at $3; 32 bbls extra No 1 at $2 75; 2 bbls low
No 1 at S -15; 5 bbls dull and opaque ac $2;. 21 bbls
No 2 at $1 90; 2 bbls No 3 at $1 CS.
FRSianrs.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on aplands; 7iaNew ?ork,?d oa uplauds, l?d
(-on seo islands; by sall 7-lGd on uplands, ?.!
on sea Islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to
New Fork, by.steara, Ko on uplands and lc on sea
Islands; i2 H tierce ?a rice: by sall. Jtfc |l lb OE
cotton;-y. tierce a rl.ee: 40c ? barrel ou rods
tr@3 ? Mon lura')?. : $?>3?l0 ? M on timber, r.
Boston, by sall, >,c 9 lb on upland cotton.
Hr, providence, by saiths'I M on/bonr?)t' fie
?' hi W coron;) y steanxlsi-t^ ^16 oil'New
fork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, !,Cf lt.
on uplands; by saU,'$7 "ja M on boards; $9o:.'
Umber; $3 V toa oa elsy, and $353 50 on phos?
phate To Baltimore, by steam, }ic V lt: by
?ail, $5 50?7$ M on boards; $3^3 20? iou 0:1
^phosphate rock. Vessels axe in demand bi
oar merchants to take lumi)er freights frun.
jteorgeto vn, S. C., Danen and sat lila River, Oa.
.md Jacksonville, Fia., tb Northern ports, ami $1
&12 9 M are the rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 20?@20?.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banks parchar?
sight checks at %?x off, and sell at par.
Slarkets by Telegraph.
. MONEY MARKETS.
LONDON, February 3-Evening.-Cousoj 91 j?.
Bondi 90?. . ?
February 4-Noon.-Consols 92?. Brads 90?;.
FRANKFORT, February 4.-Bends cloyed easier
NEW YORK, February 1.-Noon.-Sf:k3 ste'df.
Gold ll?all?. Money easy at 4 .6 per cent.
Exchange, long 9?; short. io?. B<~dds 10?.
Aft muon.-Ban? statement exhibits:.' /Loans
increase, half a million; specie 'lecrease, one and
an eighth million; lejral leader .ncrease, four and
a half million; deposits lacrea ,e, four and & quart?
er million: circulation deere .sc, a trifle. 'Money
4:i5 per cent. Stelling nommai nt S?n9?. Qold
ll?.? Governments advanced Jin},'. Slxty
tw?riL Southerns steady, except Tennessee-;,
which have declined-Tenuesses 0;, new 03; Vir?
ginias 64, new 60a; Louisianas 66, ? new SI,
levee sixes 70, eights .c0; Alabamas ekhu 09,
liv. 3 OS; Georgia sixes 81. .-evens 54; North Caron
uns 47. new 24};'; Sonih duo ina? 71. new 59?.
Evening.-Money closed easy, with a supply
largely exceeding thu demand-prime discounts
o?a7?. Gold opened at nv ana gradually 'sold
uptocloslug Usures. Govvrnnienis very strong
allday-sixes t&X;sixty-twos ll; fours IO?: ave?
I0'4'; new 9?; sevens 9?; eights 9?; ten-.'ortte3
NEW ORLEANS. February 4.-Sternest nom nal at
21?. New York sight ? discount. Gold ll?.
LIVERPOOL, February 3.-Evening.-Cotton
closed a shade Armer on spot, and steadier afloat;
uplands 7?B7?d; O lcaus 3as?d; nales flooo
bales; export anti speoulauou 1000. The ajeamer
Kiln, from New York, arrived with 2i94 balea
The quotation of colton shipped a'New Orleans
7?d. previously sent, ls incorrect; lt should have
been stared that conon -'had "been sold on ship
natiied at .Savannah or Charleston at 7?d tor
February 4-Noon.-Cotton dull and unchang?
ed; uplands 7?a7?d: Orleans SHS sd ; sales IO.OOJ
bales. Sold on ship named at New orleans, 7?a
Sd for middlings.
Afternoon--Cotton closed dull; uplands 7?d;
Orleans si; sales 10.ooo luios; export and sp?cu?
lation 2000. Cotton on ship named at Savannah
or Charleston, 7?i??d for middling uplands.
Ditto at New Orl?ans. "VA fer middling orleans.
At sea, nearly doe, 7?d ior middling Orleans.
NBW YORK, February 4.-Noon.-Colton steady;
Evening.-Cotton quiet; sal33 3209 bales at
BOSTON, February 4_Colton active; middlings
15?c; net recelp s 23? bales; gross 050; sales 500;
Stock 70DP. , " t A t
J HALTIH ORB, February 4.-Cotton steady; mid?
dlings 136; pet receipts 105 bales; grosrSjO; 9aft3
355; stoek 11,286.
NORFOLK, February 4.-Cotton firm; low mid?
dlings KC; net receipts 1333 bales; exports to
Great Britain 991; coast wiso 1572; sales 200 ; stock
WILMINGTON, Febrnary 4.-Cotton quiet; mid?
dlings 14c; receipts 225 bales; stock 2828.
AUGUSTA, February 4.-Cotton was in moderate
deua aad ai yeateidasla onotatlons, and ruled
steady, Mirth" inception 'of New Tor K. ho on ac
counts; these I ada oat! ag abetrer fee' log,- t Ue de?
mand "here became Rood, and at the close of the
day's operations prices are 'a shade better, being
I4il4}|C for Liverpool middling, and 14?aUX mr
New York do. Sales-flU bales; receipts BM bales.
SAVANNAH, February 4.-Cotton firm; mid
dimes 14Jic; receipts 5424 bales; exports to Great
Britain 2832; to Continent 8782; ooastwlse 2135;
sales 2000; stock 91,456.
MOBILE, February. .4.-rCotton firm; middlings
14 sc ; net reoelpu-3701; bales: coastwise 712; sales
2000; stock 76,02) bales.
. G ALLSTON, Febrnary 4.-Cotton quiet; good
ordinary .I2?e; n?t7ee>dp,ts5528bales; exportsto
iheatBrltatnlo-H*-coastwise?r>S; bales BO* stock
NEW ORLEANS, Febrnary 4^-Cotion steady and
in fair demand; middlings 14?al4?c; net re?
ceipts 4999 bales; gross 5304; exports to Great
Bri ?In 3537; to Bremen 2542; to Barcelona 10S0;
to Veratro&?I?; coastwise 2244; sales 7100; stock
J^^H, T / s ?
|ROVIS|ONS AN9 PIIOOTX'B'MARKETS.
LON DOTS, February 3-Evening.-Tallow'438 Sd.
LivEBr?.oL. February 4.-Breadstuffs duli. Red
winier wheat ilstA). '. ll
NEW YORK, February 4-Noon.-Flour dull and
lower. Wheat dall and nominally lower. Corn
quiet ann heavy. Mess pork-dull at $22 25?22 50.
Lard heavy at 13aia>ic. Turpentine steady at
50a51c. Rosin quiet and Urtu; stralnei $2 45.
Evening.-Flour 5al0c lower; superflue State
and Western $6 lOae 23. Wheat dull; winter red
and-amb^r Western Si 5Sal 60. Corn unchaniied.
Mess pork Armer at $22 50. Beer steady. Lard
dull; keulel3)ic. Groceries dull. Navals steady.
Freights a little Brmef.
' BALTIMORE. February 4.-rF:ourdull and weaker.
Wheat quietf ohoioe white Southern $l'83al 87.
Pork Inactive at $23. Bacon inactive; shoulders
l0?c. Whiskey 95c.
NEW ORLEANS. February 4 -Flour quiet; super?
flue $6 75: double $7; treble $7 25. Corn drm. at
5fla70c. Bran $1 35. Hay lower; prime $24 50.
Kacon shoulders lo?c; sides and hams unchang
ed.>Coffee finn, with a stock of 28,0bo sackB
prfnte I5}ial5?c Others unchanged. -
New York Hay Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, Friday, February 3:
HAT-'lhere ls more coming inlrom Jersey which
han been detained by rhe loo on the river, and re?
ceipts by cars are a Utile more liberal, but not
excessive. The sales 01 shipping to-day are 40
bale* fo<- Washington, N. C., by schooner, and 120
bale? to cbai'leston, by sall al*n, at il 26 per owt;
to Savannah OX) bales (a grade better than ship
pi' g] per steamer, at $1 30; and a report of 150
bales to Havana per steamer, ar. $1 20. We quote
shlppina at *i 20$l ?;? ietnli $1 25@1 40, with a
lair dema".,i. oiover $i@t id, aituough some
quote hign-r, and sall hav H5@75c. Straw ls Brm
I for all kinds, -with a scarcity or oats. We qa?te
long t\ e $1 30@l 3?; short, $t@i 05, and oats 3U(3
New York Rice Market.
From' thc Dally Bulletin, Friday, February 3:
The position roi nain s very Arm, and full prices
are Insisted opon and ri-ullzed qune ea-lly, as ihe
sto-k 1-anil nuder cont roi. and offered sparingly,
goon 7aT?cai1 h}lS carollna at 7??a8>?c? und Ran
From the Journal or Commerce: There ls no
new reature to note. Th- demand ls moderate,
and the offerings light. We quote 7>?aSo.
WILMINGTON, February 4.-TXRFKNTTNK. -The
pr'.ce has advanced IOC, and we quote sales of 290
obis, at $8 26 for soft, and $2 ro for hard, per 28o
SPIRITS TUHPEXTINB.-Sales of 40 bbls. at 47c
per gallon for Southern.
ROSIN_Sales of 1725 bbls. at (2 for strained,
(2 25 for No. .2, and $2 &o f jr No. i. ,
TAB.-300 bbls." received., and sold at (1 05 per
SAVANNAH, February 2.-SEA ISLANDS.-The
tone of the market has been rather quiet during
the past week, with sales of about 300 bales ac
former quotations. We quote: Clean mains and
carts 21a23c; common Georgias and Floridas 24a
28, medium and good Floridas 35a40, medium One
Floridas 43846, fine Floridas 4da60. ,
RECEIPTS.-The receipts at this port for the past
week have been ai,see bales upland, abd 807 bales
sea islands, from the following sources: Central
Railroad 10,549 bales upland; Atlantfe and Gulf
Railroad 9102 bales upland; Augusta boats 2202
bales upland; Florida boats 18 bales upland, and
2S6 bales see islands ; wagons and ooaaters 432
bales upland, and lil bales sea islands.
EXPORTS.-The exports for the week-have been
24,073 bales upland and 622 bales sea Island, as
follows : Liverpool, 17.449 bales upland and 384
bales sea Island ; New York, 3S77 bales upland and
238 bales sea island: Philadelphia, 629 bales up?
land; Boston, 1851 bales upland; Baltimore, 408
bales upland; Cork and orders, 959 bales upland.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ATLANTA, February 3.-The market to-day has
been quiet and finn; middlings la&o; low mid?
dlings l2j?c: good ordinary 12?ic; ordinary Ile.
COLUMBIA, February 4.-Sales of cotton, yes?
terday, 107 hales; middlingl2Hal3>e'c.
CHARLOTTE, February 3.-Sales to-day some
80 bales at i3.vc for middling; stained cotton
from 10c upward; according to quality. Market
?Thier- * j I y i . **
MACON, February 3.-Receipts 550 bales; ship?
ments 350; sales 407; the market quiet with mid?
dlings at i3Xoi low grades still in demand.
MONTGOMERY, February 3.-Cotton market
dull; unfavorable news from Liverpool and New
York depresses the market; low middlings i3Xc.
SELMA, February 2.-There were sales yester
taap<to theramount of. 300 v&ales; middling Bife;
|R>w3nlddih\g lffe&smttgood iulnaryJKX;
^-demand "Ta?r, market <arrny and trajera offering
Xtccclpts by Uallroatl, Fetorjnary 4.
SOCTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1435 bales cotton, tb bales goods, S cars stock.
To Railroad Agent. G W Williams A co, L D De
Saussure, A J Salinas, L D Mowry A- Son, Wm C
Courtney A co, Pelzer, Rodgers ? co, G H Walter
A- co, C. W, Witte W; K Ryan, Reeder 4 Davis, G A
Trennolm A Son. Wardlaw A Carew, Wiss A co.
Frost .t Adger, Sloan * Sefgnlons, W B'Wflliams
A Son, Grae-cr A Smith, A B Mulligan, R Mure A>
co, Watson A Hilf, W A Courtney, and Wagener,
Huger A co.
whales upland and 2 bags-sea island cotton,
wood, mdse, A e. To O W Williams Jj co, Pe zer.
Rodjers 4 co, Caldwell A Son, Frost A Adger. J
F O'Neill. L D Mowry A Soo. W K Ryan, J F
Taylor A ct?, flay born, Herring A co, Graeser A
Smith. T p Smith, Dowling A co, W C Courtney
A co. A J Salinas, Boll mann Bros, E B Stoddard A
co,- Reeder A Davis. SJ) Stoney, ^Marshall, Jr, M
Gofdsralth A Son, Barden A Parker. Thurston A
Holmes, W C Kee A co. Vachmann A co, Smith at
Cliapf au, D C Ebaugli, J Ford F L Meyer. J E Ad?
irer A co, H Steltz, S R Marshall, F Klent wort h,
Railroad A?bnt and Order.
SAVANNAn AND CHARLESTON BAILKOATj.
Ol bales cotrou, 130 bushels "rough Jlce.-mdpe,
-Ac. To W C Bec A co. O W Witte, W B Williams
.?Serlr J BtUborn, PU Flake, Td Milo or A co, G F
ttRftenicht. J Levlngston, Bolfmsnn Bros. Plnck
ney Bros, J J Wescoac, W H Mauldin, T J Skinner,
E W Flits, Dowling A co, S O Hoy ls ton. ,.
PeV steamship Manhattan, fdr' New York
E K Norton. A D Miller, A Simmons, J G Mills and
son, Miss J Hartigan. J Christy. A W Wardell, s
"Currie, L Scott, M Letnsrd, W Huggins, T Need,
, jMpJiOftoher,and wife, Capt W S tiing, TShea,
[.ii owen*.. : ti h
- Par steamer Dictator, (tom Palatka via*Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-T Kennedy,
Mr Johnson, J P Cha?e, C C Leary, Capt J Starkes,
W s Thompson, H I mn lap, Dr EH Kellers and
wife,-Dr Moss and wife, Mr Williams Mr Murphy,
Miss Gay. Mr Crawley, Mr Ward and wife, Mrs
Center, Mr Lud ow. aud IS on deck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
J E Duscnberry, F Hudson. Mrs F Hudson, child
and nurse, W St J Jervey, A Oameron. H T Bassel
lieu, Kate Levlngton, Mrs W ll llazzard, Mrs WH
Davidbon, MraJBalley, and 13 on deck.
jk 9&& tfJLJLSXxijL*. %. '.
Full Moon, 5th, 8 hours, 44 minutes, moromir.
Last Quarter. 12th, 9> hems 40 minutes, morning.
New Moou, 19th 8 hours. 29 minutes, morning.
Vir&t quarter, 27th, 5 hours, 18 minute.-, morn'g.
a. a s
6. '. 30
C H ARLESTON, F E B R U A R..Y 6
Sehr Charlotte, Peterson, Back River. 1600
bushel* rough rice. To Cohen. Hanckel A >-o.
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C. 274
tierces rice, mdse and sundries. To Shackeirord
A Kelly, J R Pringle A Son. I s K Bennett, Boll
mann Bros, T L Parldson, J D Geddings, Cohen.
Hanckel A co, B O'Neill, Mordecai A co, and
Steamer Marlon. Adair. Santee River. 323 bales
cotton, 200 bbls naval stores, 200 bushels peas,
lumber, mdse, Ac. To Ravenel, Holmes A co, j
R Pringle A Son, Geo H Walter A Co, Pelzer, Rod?
gers A co, Reeder A Davis, Frost A Adger. W C
Dhfees A co, W O Bee A co, T P Sm Ith, 8 D Stoney,
Stoney, Stoney A Lowndes,"Howard A Bro, Gall
lard A Mtrtott, Ravenet A co, j Adger A coi W w
Smith, Greeser A Smith. G W williams A co, G W
Witte, A J Salinas. J Marshal, Jr, J Colcock A eo.
G H Ingraham A Son. W c Courtney 4 co, ff A
Boyle, J A Pritchard, Barden A Parker, H Bischoff
A co, Street Br OB A co, J A Quack en bash, Cald?
well A Son, J A Smythe and others.
Boat from Toogoodoo. 6 bega sea island cot?
ton. To WA Boyle.
Sehr C S Groves, Weaver, Savannah. Ea:;a-t_
To the Master.
Steam yacht Anna, Ed wards. New York via Nor?
folk-Cdays from latter port.. Bound to Nassau,
N P. and pot Into this port for a supply of coal.
Steam tag lams, Reed,'Philadelphia, - days.
Ballasr. To Street Bros A co.
Steamer Dictator. McMillan, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 211 bags
sea Island cotton, 6 hhds sager, 10 bbls syrup, 76
pkgs mdse, 14 baas rice, Aa To Ravenel A co, J
D Aiken A co, w M Lawton A Son. Pinckney Bros,
W B Wdllama A Son, Stellens, Werner A Ducker,
G H Ingraham A Son, Fraser A Dill, J F Taylor A
co, Sloan A S -Ignlous, J Mlntz, Agent C C A A
Railroad and Order.
IN THE OFFING.
Nor bark Draupner, Ingoldsen, Cardiff- 3S days.
Railroad Iron. To Order.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adger A co.
Steamship North Polct, Poley, Baltimore-P C
Span ship Aurora, Boratan, Rio de la Piata-W
Br bark Carmel, Patten, Cork and a Market-R
Mure A co.
Br bark Batchelor, Tooker, Amsterdam-Lesesne
Br bark JameB Ives, Carroll, Liverpool-Geo A
Tren holm A Son.
Span bark Catalina, Singara, Barcelona-W P
Sehr Dan Gifford. Terrell, New Orleans-Street
Bros A co.
Sehr Palma, Rankin, New York via Georgetown,
S O-H F Baker A co.
?chr Jos W Allen, Doane.,Boston-Wm Roach
? Sch* A L Marts, Marts, Richmond, Va-H F
Baker A co.
Steamship Manhattan. Woodhull. New York.
steamship North l'u nt, Foley, Baltimore.
Br ship Elisa Everett, Dennis Liverpool.
Sehr sea Qut-eo, Rosebrook. Baltimore.
Sehr Nancy Smith, Boyd, Gibraltar and a Mar?
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, Boston.
' . SAILED YESTERDAY.
Ship John O Baker, Spear. Liverpool.
Span brig Catalina. Singara. Barcelona.
Sch EAL Marts, Marrs, Richmond. Va.
Sehr Palma, Rankin. Georgetown, S C.
. FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Charleston. Derry, New York, Feb?
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, Philadelphia, Feb?
Bark Sarah. Atkins, Liverpool. January 31.
Brig Henry Trowbridge. Btiisley, Kingston, Ja,
Sehr Lilly, nuches New York. February 1.
Sclir w L Burroughs, Lowden. Queenstown,
Jan uar v 16.
S- hr Mat garet O Lyons, Smith, Wilmington, N
C, February 4.
Sehr Georgetta, Lord, Savannah, February 5.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Br bark Minnie, Stewart, at Fajardo, P R, Janu?
I Sehr NW Smith, Tooker, at New Tork, Febru?
Sehr Jason, Wiley, at New York, February 2.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, at Baltimore
Scar Ella Mathews, ?cElwell, at Baltimore, Feb?
Sehr Geo H Squire, Ealey, at Baltimore, Feb?
rnary 2. . .
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, from Philadelphia,
Span brig Paco? Bosh, from Cardenas, Janu
span brig Talla, Baseda, from Cfenrnegos, Jan*
The steamship south Carolina has been detain?
ed at New York by a trifling accident to her ma?
The French bark Intimes, from Callao, previ?
ously reported jn the offing, was not in stair, at
last accouuts. and the announcement of her ar?
rival la thought to be prematnre. ??
The sehr Gen Banks, Woodbury, from Bucks
vtlle, S C, arrived at New York Febrnary 2.
The Lilly Hoghes, at New Tork from this port,
put Into Fon ress Mon roa and was io day* nor: fi
of Hatteras, with heavy N ? and N W w?ads.
The sehr SnBan Wright, Mount, from George?
town, S C, arrived at New York Febrnary 1.
The sehr David Currie, from Orient, L I, for this
port, was at Lewes, Del, February L
The sehr SAE Corson, Brower, from Charles*
toa for Philadelphia which put into Wilmington,
N C, leaky, has been repa red and cleared .on the
4th for her destination.
The -sehr Carrie S Webb, Rewlrfnd, for George?
town, S C, cleared at >ew York Febrnary 2.
, The pchr S H Sharp, from Charleston, bound
[ North, was at-Hutteras Inlet January 30.
BRIO E F DUNBAR.-Capt Ellis, of sehr Joseph
Segar, at Holmes's Hole from Belize, Hon, reports
experienced heavy weather, with N E windi, the
entire'passa ge; January 22d, lat 31 58, long 76 08,
iel! lu with brig E F Dunbar, (of Searsport,) Nick-'
el?, from Georgetown, S C, fdr Cardenas, ^before
reported abandon-d.) fall of water, having been
run down same day by an?unkuowh bark-rigged
'steamer, the steamer passing on without taking
any notice of the brig. The Joseph Segar tooE off
the crew, ll In number, wirti a part of the sails,
blocks, rigging and boat, and brought them to
The Savannah Advertiser, of Sunday, 5th inst,
reports: The British ship Omaha, Hewson, which
went ashore on Ossabaw Sound abont ten days
since, sailed ort" yesterday morning on the spring
tide, and was towed up to the city last evening by
the steam tug Bramme?. During the time the
Omaha was ashore she lay perfectly easy, and has
.not sustained the slightest damage.
LIST OF VESSELS
rr, CLEARED'- AND SAILED VOR f ors POET. '
' ? LIVERPOOL.
Ship Anzcan.'Spencer, sailed.Jan 10
Ship Tranqucbar, Harward, np.Jan 10
NEW TORT, ENG.
The G H Bevan, Bevan, sailed.Jan ,9
Fr bart Intimes, Gefllot, sailed.'.. ..Oct ie
The Drau poer, Ingoldsen, sailed..Deo 25
Spanish brig Carraquena, Pages, sailed.Jan 2
Span brig Talla, Baseda, sailed.Jan 23
Span brig Paco, Bosh, sailed.Jan 26
TAJ ARDO, rn, J.
Br bart Minnie, Stewart, np....Jan io
Sehr Wonder, Armstrong, cleared.Jan 7
Sehr A BlaiBdeii. Carteld, cleared.Jan 20
Steamship South Carolina. Becket, cl'd.Feb 3
Sehr My rover, Brown, cleared.Jan 23
Sehr Florence Rogers. Shepperd, op.... ...Jan 23
SChr David Currie, Hariet, .oleared.Jan 24
Sehr S L Bnrnp, Crosby, cleared.:Feb 8
Sehr N W 6mltn, Tooker, np.Peb 2
Sehr Jason, Wiley, np.M.Feb 2
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, sailed.:...".Feb 3
Sehr A M Gaskill, Gaskill, np.......Jan 16
Sehr Mary E Fcmerlck, Dosey, cleared.?...Jan 17
Sehr E B Everman, Lloyd, up..-.Jan 20
Steamship Marylaud, Johnson, cleared.Feb 3
Sehr H C Sheppard, Clark, up.Jan 4
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, rleared.Jan 17
>chr Albert Thoma?, Rose, cleared..Jae 22
Sehr Ella Mathews, McElwell, cleared.Feb 2
Sehr Geo H Squire, Haley, cleared.Feb 2
Sehr D B Everett, Hooper, feared.Jan 28
Sehr M C Lyons, Smith, cleared.Jan 17
Sehr W H Thorndike. Hall, to sall.Janl7
QLD CA KOLINA BITTERS
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS 1
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS !
GB-NERAL ? DEBILITY!
WANT OF APPETITE I
WANT OF APPETITE !
WANT OP APPETITE I
WANT OF APPETITE 1
DRUGGISTS AND GROCER'S!
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS'
DRUGGISTS AND GROCERS!
DRUG.GrSTS AND GROCERS!
EY ERY WHERE!
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.
TITONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
FOR SIGHT IS-PRICELESS!!
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which are now offered
to the public, are pronounced byall the celebrated
Opticians of the world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Arti ricial help to the human eye ever known.
They are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal .Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name. "Diamond," on ac conn;
of their hardness and brilliancy.
The scientific principle on which they are con?
structed brlngs-ihe core or centre or the lens di?
rectly in front of the eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as In the natural, healthy sight,
and preven! lng all unpleasant sensations, snell as
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, ?c.,
peculiar io all others lu use.
They are montited in the flnest manner, In
frames of the best quality, of nil materials used
for that purp >se. Tiielr llnish and durability can
not be surpassed.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
Dealer in Watches, Jewelry.
Sterling Silverware ami Optical Goods,
No. 307 King street.
t31-mwslyr Charleston, S. C.
gHAMPOOING- AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and al
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
Broad street, next door to Telegraph office.
TO FACTORS ?ND PLANTERS !
The undersigned begs to inform his customers and the public that, in addition to his Works at
Savannah, he has established extensive Superphosphate Works at the WAPPOO MILLS, opposite this
city, which are now in acive operation, manufacturing his well known fertilizers, the
P?H?0 S P HCO - P ?Ei?RIXJ .V IAN
AM MONIA TED SOLUBLE P?CIFIC GUANOS,
AND WHERE HE WILL ALSO KEEP ON HAND
No. l PERUVIAN GUANO,
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE,"
of the highest grade from his Ashepoo .Mines, (crude and ground,) analyzing over sixty?>er cent, ol
Bone Phosphate of Llmer%nd "- r-y-rm
These-Works hare been opened under the inspection of Dr. O. D. SHEPARD, Jr., Inspector of
Fertilizers for South Carolina, and every package will bear his brand certifying co its inspection.
Uniformity of quality quaranteed and prices reduced.
Messrs. G. A. TRENHOLM k SON, General Agents, } po VDT ?rrnv Q r
Messrs. GRAESER A SMITH, Asente, ^CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. B. 8ARDT,
CORNER EAST BAT AND BROAD STREETS, CHARLESTON, S. G. ;
KT] WAN GUANOS,:
SOLUBLE MANURES AND SULPHURIC ACID,
MANUFACTURED AT THE
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
mm icm ii MMOSPH?TE min.
THE NOW WELL KNOWN ETI WAN GUANO IS MANUFACTURED FROM. THE NATIVE" BONE
PHOSPHATES of South Carolina. .These PHOSPHATES in their natural state are Insoluble, and re?
quire to oe ground to powder, and made Soluble by Sulphuric Acid. This Company nave now in ope?
ration the largest Sulphuric Acid cnamhers at the Sonrh, aid are. therefore, able to mnnuracture ut
the lowen rates, tbs highest grade of FERTILIZER; lt being o'ear that the greater the proportion of
Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains the less thc quantity required per.acre. In order to
make the Fertilizer complete, Ammonia and Potash in samcient quantities are added. With these
views the Company manufacture and orfcr for sale
.E TI Wwi. N GUANOS,
WARRANTED TO CONTAIN FROM 15 TO 20 PER CERT. OF DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF
L'ME, and from 2 to2>i-per oent. of AMMONIA, with a snmclent addition of PERUVIAN GUANO and
POTASH, to adapt it to all crops. Price $63per ton, cash; on time, $70 per ton, and interest 7 per
cent, per annum.
. DISSOLVED BONE,
OF HIGH GRADE. SUITABLE FOR MANUFACTURERS OR FOR PLANTERS, BEING IN ITSELF AN
excellent FERTILIZER, and specially adapted for Compost. As large quaatitleaof Sulphuric Add
are used to dissolve the Phosphate, this will be found a cheap and convenient way to transport that ma?
terial. The grade furnished will be from 18 to 20 per cent. Dissolved Bone Phosphate; Price $40 per
ton, cash: on time, $45, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum. Still higher grades will be furnished
to order atan additional price percentage. > . . ..
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
SPECIALLY. PRBPABED FOR COMPOSTING WITH -COTTON SEED-AND OT HSR PLANTATION
MANURES. Price $36 per ton, casu; on time, $40, with interest at 7 per cent, per airanm.
AT MUCH LOWER RATES, CONSISTING SIMPLY OF THE NATIVE .BONE PHOSPHATES GROUND
to powder. Price $20 per ton, cash ; on time, $22, and Interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
WM. C. BEE & CO.,
AGE.VT-, No. 14 AUGER'S WHAM?, CH A K ti BS TON, S. C.
- N- B.-TflE PERCENTAGE OF DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF LIME AND AMMONIA IN
ALL THE E?i WANS ls ascertained ac che Works, by their Chemist, before delivery. S.ould any pur
chaser bc dls?atl8flcd. he may return average samples of any purchase, Wittfln thirty (3d) flay* after
delivery, and they will be analyzed anew, and any delldency in Hie percentage-guaranteed vin b<
made good to.hlm by the company. Jan23-mwj2mos
iritu "(Srocctics, ??r. ' '
jg E DE Oil DTS^TL ATE CO II WIN'S) ti E.O CERI
TEA W A R E H O? U S* E .
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
PURE LEAF LARD .
PRIME FACTORY AND EN (il Jr) H CHEESES
ENGLISH 2LSD AMERICAN CR ICKERS, U<
BISCUITS,. 4C, 4c.
N. B.-1 CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST HXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OL
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
E. 22. BEDFORD,
VERY . PURE
CHOICE BRANDIES, WINE!
WILLIAM S. CORWDI A CO.,
FAMILY AND VERY OLD
No. 375 KING STREET,
WHOLE8ALB AN D RETAIL DEALER
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars Provisions, ' Spices, ;&c
H B il 31K T IC AL LY SEALED FUCITS,
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, ftc.
A'.l articles sold from this establishment are of the VERY BEST QUAUTY-and WARRANTED
Goods leUrered to all parts of the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.
EVER/ E. BEDFORD. I
9EO. H. GRUBEK. 1
SEND FOR A
(JAB. 8. MARTIN,
i WM. O. MOOD, Jl
Jg Y AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF ALABAMA.
100,000 DOLLARS IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY
DISTRIBUTED TO TTCK?T HOLDERS
IL i li Ul t IMMIGR J.\T WH SIFT MERN,
FEBRUARY TWENTY-SECOND, 187L
1 Gift Of.$25,000
1 Girt of..?.loooo
2 Gifts of $5000 are.lo.ooo
6 Gifts of $2000 are..lo.ooo
..io Gifts or $1000 are..'.10,000
20 Gifts of $600 are.-...$io,oo<
loo Gifts of $100are. io,ow
1600 Gifts of $10 are.16,O0i
1639 Gifts, amounting to.-.$100,001
COMMISSIONERS AND-SUPERVISORS OF THE DRAWING..
General JONES M. WITHERS, late Major-Genera: la C. S. A, ex-Mayor of Mobile, and editor Dall j
Colonel JOHN A. ELMORE, of Montgomery, Attorney-at-Law.
General WILLIAM W. ALLEN, of Montgomery, Plautcr and late Brigadier-General IH C. S. A.
OFFICE SSCHBTART OF STAVZ, MOSTOOMBRY. ALA., )
November 20, 1S70. J
I hereby oertify that the "ALABAMA IMMIGRANT ASSOCIATION" ls regularly Incorporated un
der the laws of this State, with a capital of $50,000, and that tue Inc ?rporAtors are gentlemen ol
means, integrity and high standing. CHAS. A MILLER, secretary of Stace.
[GKBAT SB AL OF STATS.]
We, thc undersigned, cheerfully state that we are personally well acquainted with Messrs.
STOKES A UP. H ESK, Managers of the "Alabara i Immigrant Association," and we know them to be
gentlemen or ililli standing. Integrity and reliability in i his city, who will seo that the drawings ol
their "Association," whfc i is solvent aod responsible, are honestly and fairly made. Messrs. BL
MOP.E, WITHERS and ALLEN, the Commissioners of ihe "Association," are ?enttarnen well known
over tue co-m try a- of th- highest Integrity and honor, who would not lead the use of their names to
any scheme or project, that'was not strictly honorable an-i above suspicion.
KA RLE V. SMITH* CO. Banners. - HEflfRY B. FABER. Mai or of Montgomery.
HOLMES A.GOLDTUWA?TE. Bankers. JOSEPH W. DUMICK, Postmaster of the City ol
S.S. MITCHELL, Agent Southern Express Com- Monigomery.- >
piny. FRASCl? WIDJIER, Collector of U, S. Interna
J. H. PliINlZY, Agent Tallahasse Manufacturing Revenue
Company. WM. B. HUGHES, Clerk City Council of Mont
PRICE OF SINGLE TICKETS has been put at ONLY TWO DOLLARS.
A dlsconntof ren percent, will be made to purchasers of $50, and a discount or twenty per cent
to purchasers of $100 worth of Tickets; "
Agents wante i In every part or the country, to wham liberal inducements will be offered. Send
for Circulars and read the Testimonials.
Parties at a distance desiring to purchase tickets must remit their money as per address below.
STOKES & GREENE, MANAGERS,
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOB SAXE BT
E, E. BEDFORD. King street,
C D. AHRENS <fc CO., King street,
B. FELDMANN A CO., King street,
And bj Druggists afid Grocers everywhere.
_.fettilijers. - .
PRICES REDUCED !
MAN? PULATE ?
SS VltWC 0t.-.M4
For sale by WILCOX, GIBBES A CO., Importers
and Dealers tn GUANO, Nb. 158 Bay street, Savan
I nah, Ga.: Na. 241 Broad street, Angosta, Ga*; No.
461 EAST BAY, Charleston, S. C. *or larther In?
formation, address as above, Xor Sonthern Agri?
culturist Almanac. . Tehl-lmo
' WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
? \ MACHINE,
are the best in nae. ? '
For sale on the Lease Plan, with montWrnay
i meats, on easy terms, or for cash. AU kinds ctr.
1 Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, (white,
black an cl colored,) SUS, Oj\ Soap, Ac., Ac.
Repairing as nsaal. Circtilars and sampleaor.
work sont on application. ^ rjABELION,
' General Dealer in First Claas Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 307 Klug stree;,
angiT- Charleston. S. 0.
?Brngs, ?hemirttls, &t.
gj_ERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL!
..AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS I
This ls the best Medicine for yonng children,
suffering with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com?
plaint, in>ident%to Teething. It may be given
with safety, as it contains no opium, or other m .
- Price, 2> cent? a bottle.
Manufacture I an! for sale by
DR. H. BAEB.
Also by the following Druggists:
A. W. ECKEL As CO.; Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A. SRRINE, A. a BARBOT,
W. T. LITTLE A CU., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COBEN, Dr. E.H. KELLERS, -
E. S BURNHAM, GRAMAN.A ."CHWAKE.
G. W. AI MAR, J. LOCKWOOD, Jr
G. J. LUHN, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON,
Ac d by Druggists generally. ' Jan21
-DEATH TO RATS,
NEVER FAILING. \
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold at Wholesale by
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
And at fetal by all Druggists. febl-fimoa
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS?
H. BISCHOFF 4 CO.,
H. KLATTE & CO.,
J. A. QUACKENBUSH,
WAGENER 4 M0NSEE8,
. . MANTOUE St CO.
B A E R ' S
VEGETABLE CATHARTIC PILLS
will remedy BILIOUS DISORDERS and
LIVER COMPLAIST-wlll cure Dyspepsia or
Indigestion, Headache, Costiveness. Loss of
Appetite, and have proved of great use In Neu?
ralgia, Dropsy, Dysentery, Piles, Pains la the Side,
Back and Limbs. They win cure Sick Headache
and all Derangements of the Stomach. These
Pills contain no Mercury, and maj be taken with
perfect safety by any persons, and In all situa?
tions of life.
No ramlly should be without them.
Manufactured by DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Reta ll-Druggist,
.. Charleston, S.e.
Price per box 26 cents. Usual discount tc tte
trade. . .