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BT JAMBS R . RANDALL.
The broken column, reared in air
To him who made our country great,
Can almost cast its shadow where
The victims of a grand despair,
In long, long rants of death, await
The last loud trump, the judgment-sun, .
.Which come for alL anti, soon or late,
Will come for those at Arlington.
In that vast sepulchre repose
The thousands reaped from every iray,
The Men in Blue who once uprose
In battle-front to smite their roes
The Spartan Bands who wore the Grey.
The combat o'er, the death-hng done,
In summer blaze or winter snowB,
They keep the truce at Arlington.
And, almost lost In myriad graves,
or those who gained the unequal fight.
Are mounds ibdt hide Confederate b;ave?,
Who reek not how the Kortn wind raves,
In dazzling day or dimmest night
O'er those wno lost and those who won,
Death holds no parley which waa right-j
JBHOVIH Judges Arlington,
The Dead had rest; the Dove of Peace
Brooded o'er both with equal w'ngs.
To both had come that great surcease,
The last omnipotent release
From all the world's delirious stings
To bogle d eaf and sigoal-g un,
Tliey slept, like heroes or old Greece,
Beneath the glebe at Arlington.
And lo the Spring's benignant reign,
The sweet May woke her harp nf pines;
Teaching her choir a thrilling btruin
or jubilee to land and main.
Soe danced in emerald down the lines
Denying largesse bright to none,
She saw no diflerence in the signs
That told who slept at Arlington.
She gave her glasses and her showers
To all alike who dreamed in dust;
Her f?ong-blrds wove their dainty bowers
Amid the jasmine buds and flowers.
And piped with un impar;ia! trust;
Waifs of the air and liberal sun,
Their guileless glees were kind and Jest
To friend and foe at Arlington.
And 'mid the generous Spring there came
Some women of the land, who strove
Tp make this funeral held of fame
Glad as the May-god's altar-flame,
With rosy wreaths c* mutual love;
Unmindful who had lost or won,
Thev scorned the Jargon or a name; '
No NORTH, no Sotrru, at Arlington'
Between their pions thocght and God :
Stood files of men with brutal steel. 4
The garlands placed on "Rebel sod"
Were trampled in the common clod,
To die beneath the htrel ng heel.
Facing this triumph of the Hon,
Our Smoky Caesar gave no nod,
To keep the peace at Arlington.
Jehovah Judged-aba^fchirr man
For, in the vigils or the night,
"Sis mighty storm-avengers ran
Together in one choral clan,
Rebuking wrong, rewarding tight: j j
Plucking the wreaths from tooee who won,
The tempest heaped them dewy bright
On REBEL graves at Arlington.
'And when the Morn came young and fair,
Brimful or blushes ripe and red.
Knee deep In sky-sent roses there.
Nature began her earliest prayer
Above triumphant Southern dead.
So, m the dark and in the sun.
Our Cause survives the Tyrant's tread.
Ana steeps to wake at Arlington!
TBS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Acts and Joint Resolutions, Session
I? P F I O I A L.|
AN ACT to vest the title of the State to a lot
-of land In the Village of Orangeturg, of
which Diedrlch Klepplng died seized, rn the
purchaser or purchasers who shall' pay for
the premises, under a Sale by a decree of the
Probate Court of Charleston County, and lo
direct the application ot the proceeds of sale.
* SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senat? and
House of Representatives of the State of South
Carolina, now met and sitting in General As?
sembly, and by the authority of the same :
That the title of the State to a lot of land,
and the buildings thereon, of which Diedrlch
Slopping died seized, tit nate on Main or Rus?
sel street, In the Village and County or
Orangeburg, ls hereby Tested tn Alexander
Champey and Antoine IL Cbampey, their heirs
?nd assigns, iorever, upon their paying to the
judge of probate for Charleston the amount of
their bid, and fully complying with the terme
ot sale of said premises, mode 4th April, 1870;
and if they fall to co mply, said title is Lereby
Tested in any purchaser or purchasers, his,
ber or their heirs Und assigns forever, who
shall buy the premises on a resale.
SEC. 2. The proceeds of the sale shall be ap?
plied by the Judge ol probate in toe followiug
order: 1. To the payment ot any taxes due
on the premises; 2.. To the payment of the
necessary expenses incurred in applying tor
this act; 3. To the expenses ol administration.
Including commissions due the administrator
of the estate ot D. Klepplng; 4. To the pay?
ment of such debts of the said Diedrlch Klep?
plng as are yet unpaid; 6. And the balance
(if any) to Mrs. Mette Ahlheld Muller, moth?
er of the' said Diedrlch Klepplng, or to her
Approved the 23d day of December, 1870.
AN ACT supplementary to an act entitled "An
Act to authorize administrators, executors
and other fiduciaries, to sell certain evi?
dences of indebtedness at public sale, and to
compromise in certain cases," .approved
January 14, 1870..
Whereas, Prior to the ninth day of Septem?
ber, in the year ot our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and slaty-eight, many estates
were disposed of, and the notes and accounts
representing the purchase money of the same
were deemed to be good at the time, have
since been rendered doubtful or worthless, by
operation of the act of tho General Assembly
to determine and perpetuate the homestead,
and by other causes; therefore, .
SECTION 1. Beit enacted by the Senate and
House of Representative of the State of South
Carolina, now met and sitting In General As?
sembly, and by the authority of the same:
That all administrators, executors and other
fiduciaries, having in their possession, as such,
notes, accounts and other evidences of indebt?
edness, heretofore appraised good, but which
have since become doubtful or worthless, by
operation of the act of the General Assembly
to determine and perpetuate the homestead,
shall be allowed to dispose of the same In the
manner prescribed in sections 1 and 2 of the
act to which this ls a supplement.
SEC. 2. That where administrators, execu?
tors, and other fiduciaries, sold property, as
such, prior to the passage of the act to deter?
mine and perpetuate the homestead by the
General Assembly, on the ninth day of Sep?
tember, in the year of our Lord one'thousand
eight hundred and sixty-eight, and took notes
or other evidences of indebtedness for the pur?
chase money, which were regarded good al
the time iHey were taken, but whicli have
since been rendered doubtful or worthless, by
operation of the homestead act aforesaid, said
administrators, executors, and other fiducia?
ries, shall be allowed to dispose of the same in
the manner prescribed in sections 1 and 2 of
the act to which this bill is a supplement,
Approved the 23d day of January, A. D. 1871.
JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing the County
Commissioners of Williamsburg County to
levy a Special Tax.
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of
?Representatives of the State ol South Carolina,
now met and si ttl U?; in General Assembly, and
by the authority of the same, That, In addition
to the tax heretofore authorized to be levied,
the County Commissioners of WilHamaburg
C3unty are hereby authorized to levy, and
?ause to be collected, a special tax of two mills'
on a dollar, the same to be used exclusively
Jor the purpose ol rebuilding the jail l? the
Approved the 19th day of January, A. D.,
JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing the State audi?
tor to suspend proceedings in certain cases.
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of
Representatives ol the State of South Caro?
lina, now met and sitting in General Assem?
bly, and by the authority ol the same, That
the State auditor be, and ls hereby, authorized
and lastructed to suspend ail proceedings, un?
der the act to provide i'or the assessment and
taxation of property, passed 16th day of Sep?
tember, 1868, relative to the assessment and
taxation of the South Carolina^ Northeastern,
and Cheraw and Darlington Railroad Com?
panies, until the suits Drought by sold com?
panies in the United States Circuit Court shall
have been decided.
Approved the 14th day of January, A. D: 187?.'
Tlie Clim leeton Cotton, Klee amt Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NKWB, 1
MONDAY EVENING, February 6, 1371. i
COTTON.-The market for this staple was dull,
and buyers would only operate at rates in their
favor. The concessions were somewhat irregti
lar, but generally amounted to about ;?c ? lb,
Sales about 1000 bales, viz : 28 at 13. 21 at 13.'.i, 95
ati3>i, 220 at 14, 234 at 14S'; 210 at 14?,', 113 at
H??e. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.13
Strict middling.N5 sales.
RICE.-The demand for this grain was active,
and prices fully Kc 9 lb higher. Sales about 400
tierces of clean carolina, say 33 tierces at 7>fc,
181 at 7>i, 121 at 7 9-10, 24 at 1% 9 lb. We quote
common to fair clean Carolina at O??@7??; good
NAVAL STORES.-The market was quiet, and
f nura HTS.-To Liverpool, by 3teani direct voto I
nal on aplands; via New York.^'d on uplands, 1'4'l
on sea islands; by sall 7-lud on upland?,
on sea islands. ToHavrencminal. coastwise-to
New fork, by steam, ??c oa uplands and lc on s<
island*;, S2 M tierce on rfte;, by sail, #c ? ft oa;
cott?ny?-i? ? tierce cn rice: 40c ? barrel on r?sl v
tufts "fl M on lamber; toni-) V M on timber. J ?.
Soston. by sail, .'is 9 lb ou nplaud coila::
To Providence, by sail $3 y M on bourds, fcc
p ;i> on cotton; by steam $1 "i\ bale on Sc?
fork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam. fcc V )>
ui uplands; by sail, $7 $ U on boards; $9 ut.
Umber; 13 9 lou on clay, and $3@3 ?0 on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, hy stettm. sc ? fr; i.i
vu), $('. ?OQl ? M ou hoards; $J@3 25 p toa c-::
phosphate rock. Vessels are tn demand u\
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Danen and Satllla River, Cn..
?nd Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern pons, and ?lo
?5)12 f* M are the rates on lumber aud boards.
EXCUANGR.-Sterling 60 day bills 20>i(32 .*?.
DOMSSTIO EXCHANGE. - The tanks purchase
sight checks at %@s otf, aud sell at par.
Markets by Tcli-grupb.
LONDON, February C-Nuoo.-Consols 92. Bonds
Evemng.-Consol? 92. Bonds ar%.
NEW YORK, February 6-Noon.-stocks steady.
Gold strong at US'. Money easy at 4a5. Ex?
change, long. 9.S; short 10!,\ Ronds ll >,'.
Evening.-Money iii. Gerling 9J?a9>?. Gold
llj?al2. Governments stead? ; sixty-twos US'
Southerns very dd); Tennessee.- dull and weak
North Carolinas, new and old, very ilrm. Tennes
sets 63>?. new 63%; Virginias 65, new 60%; Louis*
tanas 65. new 60. levees 70. eights 80; Alabamas
95, lives 65; Georgias S1.W. sevens 84; North Caro?
linas 47.S, new 25; i-outh Caro Inas 73S, new sys
NEW ORLEANS, February ?.-Sterling 22. Sight
S d.SCOUUt. Gold HS.
LrvBRrooL. February 6-Noon.-Cotton heavy
uplauds 7Sa7??M, orleans 7%i8d; sales lO'coo
bales. Arrived, the Denmark, from New Turk,
with 22S9 bales rot toa; Le.-minct- n. from Nev,
Oilcius. willi 2773 bales c >:tou; Storer, from New
Vork. with 1433 bales cotton; Alexandra, from
Now York, with 2053 bales cotton; British Quf-en
trom N*w York, with 2292 bales ci tron; Cuba,
from New York, with 134s b;.les of coron: Wyo?
ming, irom New York, with 3075 bal.s cort?n*
Sweden, trom Savannah with 19S0 bales cottot
Eveuirg.-Cotton closed heavy: uplands 7
7.V1 ; Or! ans 7?iuSd ; sales I?,COJ b.re->; sptcnhv lou
aud export -.ooo inks; shi? froru Savannah or'
cnarle-ton, January to April. 74?d lor middling
uplands. Arrived outCity H.-::?mere with 750bales;
France 2400 hales.
NKW YORE. February 6-Noon.-Cotton wesk:
middling uplands 15Sc ttrleans lue; sales 4500
bales-mostly J-a'urdiiy eventrg.
Evenliifi.-Cotton quiet and weak; enies 5000
ba.es; uplands 15.SC.
BOSTON. February e.-Conon doll; middlings
Ufte; net receipts 375 bales; gross 2205; bales soi);
B?LiiMoitE. February e.-Cotion doll anti
heavy ; middlings lie; net receipts 125bales: gross
132 ?; exports coastwise 305: sales '450: stock 1225.
NORFOLK, February 6.-Cotton dolt; low mid
diing 14c; receipts 2b40 bales; exports 3876; sales
50; Mock 7888.
WILMINGTON. Febrnarv 0 ^-Cotton dull and
nominal; middlings I4>??; receipts 803 bales; ex
ports 6131; sales 23; nock 2511.
AUGUSTA, February e.-Cotton in fair demand,
but prices easy at 14u for full SIT le New York mid?
dling; eales 913 bales; recrlpts.ioso.
SAVANNAH, February a.-cot tba doll and tend
lng down; middlings MSc; receipts 4852 bales; ex
poi ts to Great Britain 3041; coastwise 3230; sales
1OO0; stock 9003.
MOBILE, February 6.-Cotton quiet; middlings
14Smsc: receipts 3163 bales; expoita to Great
Bi Rain 6787; coast wise 34; sales loco; stock 78,607.
GALVESTON, February c.-cotton declining
good ordinary l2Sc; exports to Great Britain
3174 balts; coastwise 545; sales 1600; stock 60,173.
NEW ORLEANS, February c.-cotton active;
mldUling8 Hsai4j,r; uet receipts 18.880bales;
gro&s i<-,270; exports to Bremen 3400; coastwise
I J5.849: sales 5000; stock 249;408.
PROVISIONS AND PRODCCB MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, February 6 - Noon.-Brcadstuirs
Evening.-Lard flat at 62s. Naval stores qniet.
Nsw YORK., February 8-Noou.-Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat dud and unchanged. Cum
quiet and steady. Polk steady at $22 75. Lard
quiet at iSai3>ic.' Turpentine quiet and steady at
sic. Rosin omet at $2 45 for stralntd. Freights
Evening.-Flour, Southern steady; common to
good ixua $0 90a7 40. Whiskey lower at 93a93,'?c.
Wheat quiet; winter red and amber Western $l 5sa
l ?0. New We-1 .rn coi n 85a8Cc. Pork firmer at $22 50
a22 75. Lard firm: kettle 13.se. Turpeutlue
quiet at sic. Rosin 32 45. Tallow steadv ut Ssa
a?c Freights to Liverpool'urm; by sall on ctit
tou 5-160%; by steam;;.
BALTIMORE, February s - Flourqnlet and weak.
Wheat ii ucn au ge l iu every respect. Corn higher;
Southern white 87a00. Pork easier at $23. Racon
ea-ler: shoulders lOfcc. Whlstey dull at 95c.
CINCINNATI, February 6.-Flour dull and lower;
family $6ae 28. Corn advancing, 53a.-.?c. Messpdtk
activeat $22 on the spot: S22a22 50 rutnre de.lverv.
Lard active nt H3iai2c. Shoulders 9%e; sides
USal2c. Whiskey 8sc.
LOL'ISVILLK, Febrnaiy C.-Bagging, nothing do?
ing. Flour quiet at $5 75. Corn firm, and stoek
Ugh'. Provi-dous quiet; mess p.>rk $22 ao; shoul?
ders 10c; sides 12ai2Jic. Whisky SSasuc. Lard
ST. Loi'is, February 0.-Fionr neavy; choice
sur-enlue winter $5 5?. C-rn dull atid unchanired
'Whiskey steady at $1 io. Provisions, no round
NHW-ORLBANS. February 6.-Flour easier; super?
fine $010a6 25; double extra $3 75; tieble extra
$7 25. Corn firmer at 68a60c. Oats 64a6*>. ?ran
lower at $l I5al25. Dav dull; choice Ohio River
$26: choice st. Louts $27. Pork kiwer ut $22 50a
22 75. Bacon firmer at llsnll'^atSc. Sugar
cured hams 18,?al7c. Lard dull; tierce lSXaliSrc
keg 14.'?c. Sugar firm; guod common 7s'uV
prime 1014c. Molasses firm; common 4oa50e:
prime 52i?6e; strictly pnme 5Ta*>8c. Wniskey dull'
atoociSl O?Jtj, CoBee Urm; prime 15jjal3Jr?C.
BOSTON, February 1. - CO?FEB.-The mark?>t
for coffee .s steady and firm, with a fair demand
for Jobbing lots. The sales of Java have been at
Ungle for pa le and brown, and Rio ranges from
lial'ific per ib, as ?oquality. St. Domingo ls t,ulet
ano prices ure nominal y OXaOXu per lb, gold, in
bond, -with considerable sales la N:W York ut
about tii?se figured
COT ros.-This article has been quite firm the
past week, and peace prospects lu Europe h re
likely to lfm! t? more active raovetuenta ana
nigher juices. The nales, however, have not been
to any i xtent, .is manufacturers are purchasing
ouly for present wants. We q-.otc ordinary 13'?a
14c. good ordinary at I4?al5a tiw middling at
ij.SHl??ic. and lahldllngat 15.VuI6J?c per lb. in?
cluding uplands and uuir. The market closes
steady arni firm at these figures.
Do M EST t cs.-The mov, meats in cotton and
woollen-goods have been qu-te moderate the past
week, but prices are Urra, aud standard goods are
told np close:
GUNNY BARS.-The market ls quiet for guanv
reucy P'1cca are nominally 16>?al7c, cur
. GUNNY CLOTH.-The sale? or gunny cloth have
been coniined to smuU lots 01 domestic at 210
HAY.-Tlie market for hay ls dnll, and recent
prices are cU/llenit to realize. Sa'cs at 320129 ocr
ton, as to quality.
NATAL STORM.-In spirits turpentine there
hs*; e been .'eales at 51 ail Kc Tar ls quiet, with
.small sales at $3 per bbl. Rosins are quiet, but
held at higher prices on account of an advance In
marketa Sooth. In pitch, sales at $3 per bbl.
RICE.-The market ls firm, with sale? of Caroli?
na at 7KasXc per lb. Rangoon is quiet at 7Xc
New York Rlee Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, February 4 : The stock
ls small and Increasing slowly, and though buy?
ers do not become any more anxious, and seldom
operate in excess of known early wanta, there Is
enough call to preserve an even balance, and for?
mer prices are sustained without difficulty. Sales
or 40 tierces Carolina at TJ?a8 and 8>?c; for choice
and retail parcels of Rangoon Tc.
' From the Herald: The market was unchanged
In every respect. Sales of Carolina, In small lots
amounting to 20 tierces-were made at 7j<a8c.
Choice were held at 8?c. Stock of this desctlp
tion does not exceed 200 threes. Rangoon was
steady at 3a3Xc, gold, in bond, with sales of W
bags within tile range. The. stock of Rangoon
comprises ?boat 7300 nags.
From the World: The demand keeps np to
about the ordinary retan average, and with deal?
ers controlling the bulk of the stock former prices
are obtained. Sales of a few tierces Carolina at
7=tfa8c, for fancy, and retail lots Rangoon at 3.
\ Selma Cotton Statement.
SFLMA, February 3.
Stock on hand September 1,1870......bales.. 1,272
Received this week.. -8,832
Received previously.67,540-.0, J 72
Shinned this week-............3,441
Shipped previously.;..58,159 61,000
Stock on hand Friday,.February 3,1871...10,444
montgomery Cotton Statement,
MONTGOMERY, February 2.- .
Stock on Viand September 1,1870. 1,675
Received rast week.3.000
Shipped past wi ck. 3.32o
Stock on hand Thursday night, Feb?
Interor Cotton Markets.
ATLANTA, February 4.-The market to-day has
been quiet and firm; middlings 13??c; low mid?
dlings T-'Jic; good ordinary 12?f c; ordinary Ile.
MONTGOMERY, F.bruary 4.-Our colton mar?
ket ls quiet and nommai; low middlings 13"?c.
SELMA. February 4.-There v ere pales' ro tho
amount ol 2?0 bales; low middling 14c. Market
quiet and tending lower. The demand only for
Kernot* !>y UalU-Oait. Ferhuary O.
.SOtTB CAItOLIKA RAILROAD; . . : f
!3b4 b?lf's cotton,554 bales goods, ?if bbhrflonr,
1 car stock. To Railroad Agent. W 0 Dec A co, L
D Di'Saussure, Geo W Williams ft co, Pelzer, Rod
gets & co. Pi In?le St Sln. W li Williams St Son. w
W Smith. Bridle A. co, G W Wine. T P Smith. G II
Walter A co,J$!oan A Seignious, Frost St Adgcr, J
Cu,COCk St co, WI?? St co, A E M anisan, R Mure Sc
co, w c Courtney St co, G A Trcuhoim S: son, Vf A
Courtney, G Foll?n.
- NORTHEASTERN RAILRO AJ>.
102 hales up'and and 5 ba:s sea island cotton,
5*1 bbl-i naval stores, cars lumber, wood, md?e.
?cc. To G W Williams * co. Frost Sc Adgcr, Pel?
ter, Rodgers St co, Caldwell St Son, W K Ryan. S
Mnxwe.I. Mowry St Son, W C Courtney Sc co, A J
Salina*, Walter St co, Reeder St DaWs, J F Taylor
St co, Dowllne Sr- cn, Stoney St Lowndes, Gaillard
Sc Minmi. G ll Ltndsiedr, J Mara?al!, Jr, Barden A
Parker, T P Smit h. Kinsman St Bowell, Mrs Yea?
don, F Ii Meyer. Graeser A Smlih, Shackelford A
Kellr. E W AI Mackey, J C Carpenter, M Mnrroll,
0 Jeffm-rt?, liai t A co, W C Dukes A co, E Welling,
Pacific Phosphate co, Railroad Agent, and Order.
Per steamship Maryland, from
L Mason. J Stevens. W Maggett.
MOON'S PU ASKS.
Full Moon, 5th, 8 hours, 44 minutes, morning.
List Quarter. 12th, 9 heu; 8 40 minutes, morning.
New Moon, lOih 8 hours. 29 minutes, morning.
First warier, S7th. s hours, 18 mloutea, morn g.
H. ? S
31 A HINE NEWS.
CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 7.
- ATVMTBP YKVTSKUAY.
Steamship Vlr?inla, Hunter. Philadelphia-left
3d Inst. Mdse. To W A Courtney, C 1) Ahrens A
co. Kev E J Adams. J E Adger A co. J II ASrnl.uru
.V Son, F C Borner, BoMraann Bros. Dr II Bnor. R
K Bedford. .! M Bristol! A co, ll F Baker A co. WS
Bissel!, W Brookbali ks. Il Bischoff A co, Byrne.*.
Fugartv, W M Bird Sc co. Cameron, Barkley arco,
,1 (J ll Clansmen, II cobia St co. Mci) Cohen, crane,
BoyUton A co. Cleghorn, Herring A c<>, Jo* Cos
it rove, J Commins, Dowie. Moi?o A Davis, E Daly,
L Drucker. A W Eckel A co, .?as M Eason St Bro.
Frost A Adger. Kcgar le's Book Depository, li
Feldmann A co, Goodrich. Wini man Sc co. Cold
srullh Sc Son. ll Gt nit* .v co, J M Greer. A Cotty,
Uart * co. .1 S Myer, C Hancock, Holmes A Calder,
E Jordan St ? on, J it Johnson. J T Korry Sc co. ll
Klatte A co. Kinsman St Bro. LaureyA Alexan?
der, G J.og*-manu. G J Lnhn. M Lubra, J Q MHnor
A co, Macquct n 4 Ku eke. P F Murray, G W Mo
Iver. N E Kailrond OA, B O'Neill, F L O'Neill. W P
Paddou, C H ('oppenheim, J A Qimckeabush, J R,
Ka vene! k o>. rtavencl, U< Imi* A co, j N liobsou,
G S Reynolds, M.aekelford A.Kt-Uy.S AC Itailroud
co. W Stiele. Steireus. Werner A Ducker, Wugen
er A Monsee-t. lt Thoruiinson St co, G H Waller Sc
co, P Walsh.Walker, Evana St Cogswell, Jeffords A
co, and others.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore-left
3-1 Inst. Mdse. To Mordecai A co. P CTreuholm,
E Bates ? co, P Carran, Sierren.*, Werner A Hack?
er, O F Wleters, Henry Cobla A co, Macqueen A
Blecke, J F Taylor A co, L D Mowry A Son, Order,
Douglas A Miller. J Campscn A co. J liurkamp A
co, Dr C F Parker, Osteudorff A co, li Klatte A c\
Laurey A Alexander. J D Aiken A co, W C Dukes
A co, i> Paul St co. B Feldmann A cu, Hart A co.
P B Lulane A co, F L O'Neill. Goodrich. Wineman
A co. C D Brahe A co, J Stoiber, J M Enson A Bro.
W T Miller. H Leidlng, R Gannon. J P Brown, W
II Boring, J il Tollers, Atlantic Phosphate co, W
H llarrall A co. J D Bulwlnkle, P Smith, Charle -
ton College, and others. Spoke Sunday, 6th. tug
ST Maddox, from New York, 36 miles S W Frying
Pan light ship, bound to Galveston.
Span polacre Talla, Barbeta, Cienfuegos-12
dav?. Ballast. To W P Hall.
sohr Gen R B Lee, Oradlck, Cooper River. 1900
bushels rough rice. To J K Pringle A Son and P G
Sehr Emma. Matrrath, Back River. [2080 bushels'
rough rice. To w G Bee A co.
Steamer Emma, Ashcrnf', New York-left - In?
stant. Bound to Fernandina, and put in for a
supply of coal.
Steam tug S T Maddox. Brad Tord. New York-4
days Ballast. To Master. Bound for a port In
the Gull of Mexico, and put in for a barber.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT..
Ship Tranqucbar, Harward. at Liverpool, Janu?
Sehr E B Everman, Corsoa, at Philadelphia, Feb?
Tho sehr W n Thorndike. Hall, from Rockport,
Me, for Charleston, was at Newport February 2.
The sehr W L BnrrotiRhs, Lowden, previous y
reported at Qcceost iwn, sailed from that port oil
January 2lst for Bremen.
LIST OF VESSELS
UT, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS fORr.
Ship Arracan. Spencer, sailed.Jan in
Ship Tranqnebar, Harward. cleared.Jan 20
The G H Bevan, Bevan, sailed.Jan 9
Fr bark Intimes, Cefflot, sailed.Oct 10
The Draupner, IngoMsen. sailed.Dec 25
ST. THOU 'S.
Spanish brig Carraqnena. Pages, sailed.Jan 2
Span brig Paco, Bosh, sailed.Jan 26
TAJ AUDI), P H.
Br bark Minnie, Stewart, up.Jan io
NASSAU, N. P.
Sehr Wonder, Armstrong, cleared.Jan i 7
ScarA-Blalsdeu, Garlic d, cleared.Janeo
Steamship South Carolina. Becket, c-l'd.Feb 3
Sehr My rover. Brown, cleared.Jan S3
Si-hr Florene? Roners. Mieiipar.l, ur,.Jan S3
Sehr David Currie. Barret, cleared.Jan -'4
Sehr S L Burn?, Crosby, -cleared.P. h 3
Sehr N W Sunt h, Tooker, up.Feb ..
Sehr Jason, wiley, up....Feb 2
Sehr A M Raskill. Gaskill, up.jan ic
sehr Mary B Femerick, Daser, cleared.lani 7
Schr E B Everman. Corsou, cleared.Feb 3
sehr H C Sheopard, Clark, up.....Jan i
sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, cleared.Jnn i:
.dir Albert Thoma*. Rose, cleared.lau 22
sehr Ella Mathews, McElwell, cleared.Feb 2
iohr Geo H Squire. Hairy, cleared.Feb 2
sehr D B Everett, Hooper, cleared.Jan 28
PORTLAND, SIE. ? I
Sehr M C Lyons, Smith, cleared.Jan 17
?chr W U Thorndike, Hali, to Rail.jan 17
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QLD CAROLINA BITTERS
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E V B R Y W H P R E !
GOODRICH, WISEMAN & CO.
TO FACTORS ~W PLANTERS !
The undersigneil bess to inrorm his customers and the public that, in addition to his Works at
Savannah, he his established extensive Superphosphate Works at the WAPPOOTATLLS, opposite this
city, which are now in acive operation, manufacturing his weil k.iown fertilizers, the
AND ' _
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANOS,
AND WHERE HE WILL ALSO KEEP ON HAND
No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO,
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE,"
of the highes; grade rrom his A^hcpoa Mine3, (crude and ground,) analyzing over sixty per cent, of
Bone Phosphate of Lime; and - " .
These Works have been opened nnder the Insnectlon of Dr. CU. SHEPARD, Jr., Inspector of
Fertilizers for South Carolina, and every package will bear his brand certifying to its inspection.
Uniformity of quality quaranteid and prices reduced.
Messrs. G. A. TREN HOLM & SON, General Agents, ) rCT A PT rc-rrw a n
Messrs. GRAESER & SMITH, Agents, f CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. 13. S ARD Y.
CORNER EAST BAY AND BROAD STREETS, CHARLESTON, S. C.
TUE GREAT FERTILIZER FOR COTTON AND ALL CROFS.
I RAW BONE
}/A FOR 6 ALE BY
ffiSN FACTORS J
TBS UNPARALLELED SUCCESS OF THIS
g:e t FERTILIZER on ALL CROP? proves lt to
be the BEST and CD iPEST Manure now mer?
ed In the market.
lt has been used hy many of thc most emi?
nent Planters m the South, and
IN EVERY SINGLE INSTANCE IT HAS GIVEN
On;C0TT0N its effects have been particularly
marked, lt is no rare thing for WHANN:S PHOS?
PHATE to Increase the yield from ONE HUN
DRED.to TWO HUNDRED PER CENT.,"or even
Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent planter of
Cameron, Ga, says in a letter to the Banner or the
South, November Sf, that In an experiment with
seven leading Superphosphates and Guanos, the
WUANN'S proved Itself thc best of all those
tried, paying a NET PROFIT (even at the pres?
ent li.w price of Cou on,) of $20 90 per acre of
Cotton. A copy of Mr. Dixon's letter, giving
details.jwill be furnished on application.
J OR SALE BT
(IifiHOR-V BERRI1 & f?.,
CHARLESTON, S. C., AND AUGUSTA, GA.
DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPANY,
AUGUST A-, Gr A
WARRANTED FREE FROM ADULTERATION.
DICKSON'S COMPOUND-Cash. $60
Time (City acceptance).TO
DICKSON'S COMPOUND-Cash /S .. 05
Time (City acceptance).
Dravage tn Railroad or r.nnt. Sacks 200 pounds each.SI per ton
. We use no inferior cr adulterating material lu OU? mandadores. Planters are invited to visit our
Works. Send ?or Circulars.
JAMBS T. GARDINER, President, Augusta, Ga.
GEO. W. WITTE, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
ATL A NI IC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, 3. C.
F. J.. PORCHER, F. J. PELZBR.
DIRECTORS.-w. LEBBY. W. P. HALL, L. D. DK
SAUSSURE, B. G..P1NCKNEY.
THO ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured- at their works cr Ashley River,
under the direction of an experienced and practi?
The Company Intend 1 his-to bc a fl rs:-class fer?
tilizer, and one which can be recommended tu
The Cnnipanv are also prepared to manufacture
ACID PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
This preparation h highly recommended by
chemists, tn with lt Plantera are enabled to make
their own fertilizers.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE is sold at $55 per
ton, cash, or ?co on lime, with ?ute:csi at the rate
of one per cent, per mouth.
The ACID PHOSPHATE ls sold at $35 per ton.
cash, or $40 on time, with interest at the rate of
one per cent, per month.
PKLZER. RODGERS A CO.. General Agents,
dec?l-lmos Brown's Wharf. Charleston. S. C.
p E ll U V I A N GUANO.
For sale a lo: or A No. 1 Chincha Islinrt GUANO,
In store and to arrive. LOUIS Mc LAIN,
Janl . No! 31 Broad street.
4 WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
are the host In use.
For t-.ale on the Len-c Pinn, Trith monthly pay?
ments, on easy teaiR, or for cash. All kinds o:
Machine attachment*. Needles, Colton, (white,
black ami colored.> Silk, Oil, Soap, Ac, Ac.
. Rppalrine as usual. Circulan and sample? ot
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer in First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 307 King stree;,
augir Charleston. S. C.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON SAIL.
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run dally RB
Leave Charleston.8.30 A.M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.15 A. M.
Arrive at.Charleston.5.20 P. M."
Connects at Savannah with Hie Atlantic A Gul."
Railroad lor .luck^ouvillc, St. Augustine, and ali
poluts lu Florina.
Witn Central Railroad 'or Macon. Atlanta, Mo
bile. New Orleans and the West.
With Stcambuios Tu:- pointa un thc Savannah
At Charleston with thc Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and West.
Through Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels
In Charleston; Screvcn House, Savannah; aad all
principal Ticket cincos Non h ?ind South.
Freights forwunlcd dally to and from Savan?
nah and ah points beyond. .
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville.
Tarlo" as low as hy any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN.
octa Engineer ami Superintendent.
^UPEKIOS COLOGNE WATEE.
Manufactured and for Baie by
Dr. B. BAER.
oct? ?si Meeting suetr.
LDrngc, Orjemuals,' &t.
IUE GREAT LUNG REMEDY !
GLOBE FLOWER CODGH SYBCP
Cures permanently Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs,
Colds, Bleeding of ?he Lu'igs, Croup, Whooping
Cough add Consomption, when taken in time.
Bas never failed.
OVER TWENTY THOUSAND LIVING WITNESSES
to bear testimony to the great superiority of
GLOBE FLOWER COUGH SYRUP over all Olhei
lung remedies introduced.
Globe Flower cough Syrup Is warranted not to
oontaln opium or other nauseous drugs in any of
blobs Flower Copgb Syrup ls legally warranted
to cure l
Globe Flower Cough Syrup ls protected by
letters patent, both ou trade marie label and com?
pound. It ls pleasant to the taste and harmless
to thc most delicate Infant.
For sale by Druggists. Price $1 per bottle.
PEM MERTON, TAYLOR A CO.,
Proprietors and Chemists, Atlanta, Ga.
ROSWELL GA., Ar-rll 23,18T0.
Messrs. Pemberton, Taylor di Co:
DEAR SIRS-1 received the bottle oi Globe
Flower Syrup at noon, yesterday, and began the
use of lt Immediately. My patient passed a
more comfortable night than she has for three
months, and now, at io o'clock A. M.. says she
reels lllie another woman. I Intend to commue
the use of the Globe Flower Syrup, believing it
will make a cure. Never have I witnessed such
great benefit (rom a remedy, tn so short a time, in
my life. 1 shall In the future use your Globe
Flower Syrup in all cases of colds, coughs, and
all atfectlons of the longs that may present taem
R. B. ANDERSON, M. D.
For sale by all Druggists.
GOODRICH. WINEMAN A CO.,
dec7-tnths3mos Charleston. S. C.
Q.ERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL I
AN.INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS 1
This ls the best Medicine for young children,
?uflterlng with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com?
plaint, in'ident to Teething. It may be given
with safety, as lt contains no opium, or other in
Price, 25 eeat? ? bottle.
Manufacture! and for sale by
DR. H. BAER.
Also by the following Druggists:
i, W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Or. W. A. SKR1NE, A. 0. BARBOT, .
iv". T. LITTLE * CO., J. BLACKMAN,
?. M. COHEN, Dr. E. n. KELLERS,
3, S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A t-OHWAKE,
J. W. Al M A II, J. LOCKWOOD,
}. J. LUHN, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON.
And by Druggists generally._Jang
SURE IPOIP !
DEATH TO RATS,
IOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold at Wholesale by
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
And at retal by all Druggists. febi-omos
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOR SALE BT .
E. E. BEDFORD, King street,
G. D. AHRENS it CO., King street,
B. FELDMANN & CO., King street,
And by Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
PRIDES lEDlICED S
^ MAN I PULATiE D^WY
For sale by WILCOX, GIBBES A CO., Import?is
and Dealers lu GUANO. Nd. 148 Bay street, Savan?
nah, Ga. : No. 241 Broad street, Angosta, Ga. :->'<>.
151 EAST BAY, Charleston, S. 0. For farther in?
formation address as above, for Southern Agri?
culturist Almanac. febl-lmo
EJrngs, Cljerairols, &t:
A NEW .DISCOVERY ! !
Salvanon for the Hair.
WITHOTP^EDIMENT ! 1
OPEt^fc^JHE LIGHT ! 11
For. Restoring to GraMIair its
? Original Color?.
PHALON'S "ViTALiA^iffers ut?
terly from all tjj^iair coloring,
It is l?pfend, sweet smelling,
precipitates no muddy or slimy
matper,requires no shaking, im?
part no stain to the skin. Hold
it tothe light and it is clear and.
cloudless. It leaves no mark on
the seato ; yet it reproduces in.
gray hairSi?enaturalcolor that
time or sicKrtaiftmay have
bleached out of it^^w
is for one sole purposejftat of
reproducing,with absolute cer?
tainty, the natura^dlor of the
hair. It is nowKvtended as a
daily dressiagfnor for removing,
scurf or ?nndruff ; nor for cu?*
ring hairiness; nor for stimula?
ting xft growth of the hair.
Thesf objects may be accom?
plish Jd after the color has been
fixed tith the Vitalia, by Pha?
lon's ?tamical Hair Invigo
THE ViTAL^it a harmless
and une qualed .preplu-ation for
the reproduction of me origi?
nal hue of gray hair,ald noth- .
ing else. This is accomplished
in from two to teri applications,
according to thed^th of shade
required. SoJ<roy ali druggists.
Sold at wholesale by
DOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS,
Wholesale Druggists, Meeting corner Hasel street
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
H. BISCHOFF & CO.,
H. KLATTE A- CO.,
J. A. yUACKENBUSH,
WAGENER ? M0NSEES,
MANTO GE & CO.
PROFESSOR BERGER'S BED-BUG
Ooatar'a INSECT POWDER
Glentworth's Roach Exterminator
Costar's Rat Poison
Isaacsen's Sure Pop-Death to Mnsqnltoes,
For sale by ~ DR. H. BAER,
?0.131 Meeting street.