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C IT 1 AFFAIRS
SS" Now is the time to think about adver?
tising Holiday goods, and reflection should be
followed by judicious action.
SULLTVAJJ'S ISLAM).-The very Rev. Dr. Ber
ming hem will officiate tn the Catholic Church,
on Sunday, at half-past 7 o'clock precisely. ..
RELIGIOUS.-The services in the Catholic
0hurches yesterday were the same as on Sun?
day--the day having been observed as the
Fee** of the Immaculate Conception.
COTTON FOR LIVKBPOOL.-Mr. Henry Card
cleared yesterday the British bark Grasmere
with 2M7 bales upland cotton, 260 tons phos?
phate rock, and 1200 staves.
LARGE COTTON CAROO.-The fine American
merchant ship Nautilus, ?f 1207 tons, was
cleared here for Liverpool yesterday, by Mr.
E. WUli?, with 3861 Wes upland cotton and
175 toas phosphate rock.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
The attention of all interested is invited to the
changes ot schedule of the day train on this
road, to take effect on Monday next. The new
schedule is published In another column.
APPOINT*.'.NTS.-The Governor has appoint?
ed L. H. Little, of Laurens County, counly
Qeorge Holmes, sheriff or Beaufort County,
vice P. H. Whitman, resigned; and William
Lim BERING.-Early yesterday morning Jas.
Raymond, a colored boy. was discovered In a
lob in .Hanover street, stealing the lumber
store^ihere^ by throwing it over the fence'
Hewas taken in charge by the police, and
sentenced by the Mayer to Ave days' solitary
confinement 1n the Boase ol Correction.
THE ALARM OF FIRS, a little after eight
o 'cl ock, last evening, was caused by the burn?
ing of a chimney on the premises No. 20 Mc?
Bride's lane. There was considerable rushing
about among the firemen, but the alarm did
not last long enough ta bring out the engines.
The Are burnt itself out in a few minut?e.
"777."-The ladles of the board of control
of the "Confederate Widows' Home desire to
return their thanks to Mr. J. C. Derby for his
kindly remembrance of the "Widows' Home,"
ia presenting Aem v> Kn. a share in the Aiken
Premium Land Sale, although the t 'mber did.
Il?t prove as lucky to them as fte prest ige had
led him to hope.
THE Crrr TAXES.-A resolution will be offer- |
ed In Council meeting, on Tuesday next, to j
extend the time for payment of city tax for j
1871 to the 16th instant; tcitkaut the penalty,
after which time executions will be sent to the
sheriff without further delay, and no. conces?
sion will be made after that to any one. Should j
this resolution pass, those who have paid the j
penalty will have that amount refunded.
INSPIRING.-Yesterday afternoon the pass-j
ers-by on Meeting street, hi trout of the work?
shops of Mr. Cl Werner, were treated to a |
sight of the oap of the new German Charon
spire, from which they could form an idea of
tho appearance lt will make when in position.
The large, vane and arrow-headed point of the
* spire, all of gilt, have been added, andina
few days the cap will be ready to occupy the
exalted position for which it ia intended.
MASONIC ELECTION.-At the annua' commu?
nication of Pythagorean Lodge, No. 21, A. F.
M., held Thursday evening, December 7th,
1871, the following officers were elected to
serve for the ensuing Masonic year: S. E.
Welch, W. M.; J. F. Flcken, S. W.; E. 8.
Burnham, J. W.; B H McDowell, treasurer; j
B Stewart, secretary; P. M. Buff, S. D.; J. H.
Quincy, J. D.; A. W. Lewin, J. N. Wigfall,
stewards; H. Meyer, Uhr. .
- ?Lii.r i M ??
THE WOREIN? CHRISTIAN.-The editor and
proprietor of the Working Christian, now
located in Columbia, is. now in this city, stay?
ing at the Charleston Hotel. He will be glad
to receive advertisements for-his paper. It is j
now one ot the best mediums in the State for J
advertising purpose?, circulating, as It does,
among the fixe hundred Baptist, Churches of
this State, of whioh it ls the organ. Business
men should cot overlook this important me?
dium when they makeup their list of papers.
A PROBABLE EXHUMATION.-The sudden
death of Anthony Thompson, otherwise known
as five-fingered Anthony, at Hie City Hospital,
a few days after be had turned State's evi?
dence in the Oakley murder care, has excited |
some suspicions that the other murderers j
might have bad some hand in bis taking off.
Owing to these suspicions, lt is probable that
the bothy will be .'dIsfnteTred from -Potters'
Field, where it was burled, in order that it j
may be examined for the traces of poison.
PsAr?tOr ABOUT Hm.-Thursday evening A?
noTd Wbloen, ^nsWerably1 the worse for li?
quor, entered the house of a gentlemauInj
Sires street who proved to be his father, and
aXierrSjboaleft tte family, turned upon.the old
mat! and begiuto beat -him. The rumpus in
the wigwam was immense, but one of the
familyspevo'ly repaired to the npper Guard?
house, and Weiden was arrested and locked
up. He was sentenced by the Mayor to pay
a fine of one dollar or spend five days In the
House of Correction.
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY SCHOOL.-The
first session for 1872 of this old-established j
school begins on February 1 and ends on June j
30. The disturbed condition of affairs in thal
up-country does not In the slightest degree
affect the management and operation of the
school. The pupils of the school are kept so
entirely aljof from all local excitements, by
Ita discipline and situaron, that they are fully
as safe there as in their own homes. In man?
agement and efficiency, th? King's Mountain
School Bas no superior In thVcouhtry. .
CLUBS AND STARS-James Garrett, a col?
ored you1 h, caught stealing cotton on Accom- j
modation wharf, was sentenced to five day's
solitary confinement in the House ol Corree- j
Thomas Rowe, lodged for lying drunk on
the corner of Queen.and King streets, was
sentenced to pay a fine of one dollar or spend
five days in the House of Correction.
Two inebriates, one who could not walk,
and the other .who insisted on walking into
people's houses, were discharged upon giving
a satislactory explanation.
THOMAS HAWKS AT WOBX.-Richard Dingle:
and Challes Lowndes, both colored, were j
brought before the Mayor yesterday morning
charged with disorderly conduct In King street,
near Broad. The two had quarrelled, and, a
scuffle ensuing, Lowndes drew bis blunt
hatchet, with which he had been cleaning
bricks, and began to experiment upon the
strength and thickness of Dingles skull. The
police interfered before he had come to a sat?
isfactory conclusion, and the two disturbers ot
the peace were taken to the Guardhouse. They
were each sentenced to pay a fine of one dol?
lar or spend five days In the House of Corree- j
THE STATE Ciaeuir COURT.-ju.the Court of
General Sessions, the following cases were
tried: The State TS. Ca nt ey Canley and Paul
Swinton, for burglary and larceny, stealing
cotton from Dr. Haveners house on Cooper
River, In St. John's Berkeley; R. W. Seymour
and G. Herbert Saea, Esqs., for the defence;
verdict, Cantey Camey guilty, and Paul Swin?
ton not guilty; the latter was forthwith dis?
charged. The State vs. James Wright and
Shem Hey ward, for stealing cotton from Mr.
WilllsmlGregg, on John's Island; C. W. Butlz,
Esq., fer the defence; verdict, Shem Hey?
ward not guilty; as to Wright, the jury were
unable to agree, and a mistrial was ordered
accordingly. The State vs. Swift Shepherd,
grand larceny; T. R. Tighe, Esq., for the de?
fence; the prisoner pleaded guilty of petty
larceny, and the plea was accepted by the
A new indictment was ordered to be drawn
In the case ot the State vs. Benjamin Ancrum,
for assault with intent to kill and assault and
battery, and a bench warrant to be issued for
the arrest of the defendant.
A HARD ROAD TO TRAVEL.-Continual com?
plaints are made daily, by the riding and driv?
ing community, that the shell road, from one
of the finest drives in thc country, has degen?
erated into the worst, and an inspection or,
better still, an excursion over it will convince
the most reckless that lt ls no longer a safe or
a pleasant drive. In its best days lt required
contlnual additions of shells to keep it in or?
der, and now its condition ls deplorable. The
travel over the road has worn deep ruts, and
the effects of the rains and storms are seen in
the alternate bills and hollows. Some of the
shells wiiich were put down seem to have
been composed of softer stuff than others,
and soon wear off Into deep holts. Others of
harder mould form a solid mound, which
makes a convenient stand from which the
vehicle or animal may plunge Into the un?
known depths ot the adjacent mud-hole.
Spring vehicles fear to trust ihe route, and
the market wagons daily come to grief.
The state of the road hes created a diversion
in its favor among the farmers and owners of
vehicles, who propose several remedies for
the evil. As the travel of the market wagons
from the farms ls the principal cause of the
evil, they propose that a plank road be built
for the same distance out or the city on the
Klug street road, along which the market and
other wagons may bring their produce to the
city. For the building of this 'road many of
the farmers and persons Interested in the city
have offered to subscribe, and there is hardly
any doubt but that the whole amount neces?
sary for the purpose may be rahed in this
manner. Besides relieving the shell road of
the moot damaging kind ot travel, this plank
road will be much more convenient to the
farmers, most of whom reside on the west of
the shell road. By these means the authori?
ties will be able to keep the shell road in order,
and make lt what it ought to be-a. useful or?
nament to the city. It is one of the pleasant?
est places of recreation the city can boast of,
and there Is a much more pressing reason
why it should be kept In order. Ic is along
this road that burial processions move up to
Magnolia, and the. pitching and tossing of the
carriages and the difficulty which pedestrians
find In crossing the quagmires are utterly sub?
versive ot a'1 decorum. The matter requires
early attention, and lt is hoped that some?
thing may at once be done.
THE NEW COTTON- PRESS.-The final trial of
a new cotton press, designed and built by Hr.
John F. Taylor, of the firm of John P. Tsyior
& Co., at their extensive workshops near
Union wharves, will be made this morning.
The press ls a direct-acting steam and hydrau?
lic one, and was made for Mr. John Hanckel.
it ls now st work at the foot of Pinckney
, street, and baa been working occasionally on
trial during the summer. In appearance, the
press seems to work on the simple dydraulic
principle, but a glance at the gigantic power
it exhibits, and the work lt turns out, invites
a closer inspection. It ls worked by a steam
engine ot thirty-horse power, with an or?
dinary boiler, which furnishes the steam
tor two Immense hollow cylinders, forty-eight
inches In diameter aud of seven feet stroke.
These are placed a few feet from- off the press
la an inclined position, the smaller cylinder in
'whloh ihe other end of their shafts work be?
ing raised somewhat In the air. Each ol these
smaller cylinders is connected by a strong
pipe with two other cylinders beneath the
prest?, whloh stand on end In a vertical posi?
tion and exert the compressing force by push?
ing up the lower lip of the press. A bale of
?cotton, when placed in the press, ls always
more or less loose and spongy, and the
machinery being set in motion, the
bale ls partially compressed by forc?
ing the water from the smaller cylinders
on the side into those beneath the press. The
bale is thus half compressed by the mere
force of the water, thus relieving the steam
agency of one half of the duty. The steam is
then turned on from the boiler into one' of
the large cylinders, when the shaft ts driven
forward with gigantic power, and the lips of
the press come together wiih a force*vlilch
speedily makes a portly bale of cotton resem
. ble an empty pocketbook. The bale of cotton
] ls thus compressed, leaving one of tbe large
cylinders filled with steam. The bale ls taken
out, a second one put in, and, being
as before, half .pressed by the water
force, the steam is forced from the
nrat into the seco-d of the large cy
j linders, and is made to compress the second
bale. By this means, Instead of escaping, the
steam is made to do. double duty, and the
same amount presses two bales. The ends of
the two rams which push up the bottom of
the press are two hundred square inches
each on the surface, and the pressure is mea?
sured at three thousand pounds to a square ?
Inch. In th's way a pressure of twelve hun?
dred thousand pounds weight ls brought to
bear, a power sufficient to compress the most
plethoric oale into reason, and which would
make even the rapacious and tenacious mem?
bers of the Columbia Ring disgorge if lt could
! only be brought to bear upon them.
The press is altogether a triumph of art, and
speaks well for the skill and ingenuity of our
Charleston mechanics. The work lt turns out
ls a'ready known at sight, and in demand
among shippers and stevedores. It exerts the
same power to compress each bale, and the
colton is thus subjected to a uniform pressure
throughout. A triai of the working qualities
of the machine takes place this morning, to
which the inspection of the public is invited.
Hotel Arrival*-December 8.
P. L. Raphael, Philadelphia; R. G. Thorne,
Augusta; E. W. Sebart, Ba tlmore; E. Bulkley,
Rlrmlngham; E. Seabrook, Bluffton;T. Rhame,
Columbia; J. Mccutcheon. South Carolina; C.
T. Griffith, Washington; G. F. Draperr..Ux
G. P. Storrlngton, BL Pauls; G. W. Winters
and wlte. Troy; J. S. Benton and son, Boston;
P. M. Whitman, P. L. Wiggins, W. Kressel,
Beaufort; E. Sullivan, Bull River; R. Ward,
J J. Spire, A. M. C. Wood, New York; C. 0.
Muen, North Carolina; C. M. Hlers and lady.
Branchville; W. P. Collins, Effingham.
CRUMBS.-The up for igst trato onthe Green?
ville Boad ran off on Thursday morning, near
Saluda Old Town, detaining the down passen?
ger train, which did not arrive at Columbia
until about seven o'clock yesterday morning.
There was a fail of six Inches of snow tn the
up-country on Thursday week.
The boys have begun their Christmas ex?
periments with fire-crackers already.
The stalls In the meat market are being,
protected by drop doors on the north aide.
THE GRAND LODGE.-The annual commu?
nication of the Grand Lodge, A. F. H., will be
held on the 19th instant in this city, and dur?
ing the session, the corner-stone of the new
Mason i : Temple will be laid. To this end im?
portant pr?par?t lons are making for the cele?
bration, and master Masons are requested to
bring their regalia along with them. All master
Masons will be allowed to pas3 for one fare to
the city and back again, and the week promi?
ses to be even livelier and busier than lt
usually ls on such occasions.
THE CHIMNEY TROUBLE. - The alarms,
caused by chimneys being on fire in various
parts of the city, nave, of late, been more fre?
quent than ever, and are doubtless the effect
of tho general strike on the part of the
sweeps, a few weeks back, and their refusal
to work for the new contractors. The chim?
neys which were, for this reason, not attended
to in time, had to be used during the late cold
snap, and hence the occurrence of the Ure
alarms. On Thursday the occupant of certain
premises ia Vauderhorst street waa reported
for allowing his chimney to take Are and
blaze at the top.* The case came up before
the Mayor yesterday morning, and the de?
fendant showed that he bad done all that the
; law required of him, and farther complained
that the chimney contractor of that ward bad
not done his duty properly In sweeping the
delinquent chimney. ' The * contractor not
being present, the matter was referred to bim
to report. His statement will be made to-day.
We are glad to bear of no further complaint
on the part of the contractors, and hope that
I the sweep trouble has terminated satisfac?
rUBlNBBS NO TI csa.
GENTS, do yo'\ know where to get one of the
latest style c" Hats? At Pledge's, Noi 201
King street. _ .r' '
SALE OF CLOTHING.- An extensive sale of
ready-made clothing and ladles' cloth cloaks,
?c., ls announced by Messrs. John G. M ll nor
& Co., for Tuesday next, and ls well worthy
the attention of the trade. See advertise?
?'MANv thanks for having complied with my
request In sending me the Home Shuttle
Sewing Machine. It ls a perfect treasure. We
all like it better than any we have ever Been;
lt is so simple that my little daughter ten
years old caa manage lt as well as any of us.
"Respectfully, M. M**V
"Newberry C. H., November 13,187l.B
The above extract is from one of many let
tera received. The Mach lue can be Been at No.
61 Hasel street, BisseVs. dec9-2
FINE LOT OF MULES.-The mules advertised
by the sheriff ol Beaufort County, to be sold
in front ot the Courthouse on Monday, have
arrived, and can be seen at the Mills House
stables. They are a Ana lot, and we advise all
In want ofthat kind of quadrupeds to look at
Box A FEW DITS remain to procure tickets In
the South Carolina Land and Immigration As?
sociation. $500,000 in prizes. Tickets $5 each.
A sufficient number of tickets having been
sold to insure a drawing, the same will posi?
tively come off January 8th, 1872. Send your
orders without delay, as no tickets will be sold
after 5th January, 1872. See advertisement in
another column. dec7-thstu6
MENKE ? MOLLER, NO. S25 King street, are
selling Clothing of their own manufacture,
and guarantee a good flt. dec7-ths2
A SELECT ASSORTMENT of Men's and Boys'
Single and Double Guns, of English make,
just received, and will be sold at low figures.
Also, Rodgers A Wos'tenholm's Table and
Pocket Knives and Scissors, selected with
care. C. KERRISON, JR., SC Co., southwest
corner Meeting and Hasel streets.'
JOST RECEIVED AT JAGER BROS., an assort?
ment of Ph. C ou rvoi aler's Seamless Kid Gloves.
Tbe best Glove made of Paris manufactory.
dec8-8 ? _
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? Co., No. 244 King
street, Charleston, have become the sole
agents of the c?l?br?t ed Diamond Shirts, k no v;n
as the best Shirt made. Try their $2 50 Shirt.
Equal to tho best $3 50 Shirt sold elsewhere.
FuitcHGorr, BENEDICT SC Co., No. 244 King
street, have added to their excellent stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods a full Une of Window
Shales and Curtains, and will sell 200 pairs of
all Linen Curtains for $1 only, 150 pairs of all
Linen Curtains for $125.
THE BEST PLACE to get a fine Dress Suit
made ls at Menke ? Muller's, No. 325 King
IF rori want a soft Hat, stiff Hat or a silk
Hat reasonable, go to Martin's, No. 119 Market
street, next door to Hart's hardware store.
dec2-s3 ?: . --. _
A GRAND CHRISTMAS GIFT_The finest Im?
ported Musical Box ever brought to this city
for rame at Von Santen's Bazaar, King street.
Two hundred and fifty chances at two dollars
a chance. List rapidly filling up.
CUEILLEY'S PARIS KID GLOVES-every pair
warranted. These Gloves will be taken back
even alter wear, for any Imperfections, such as
tearing or ripping.
f Paris, 20 Rue de la Paix.
TW/vra J London, 53 Regent street.
UEFOTS york^ 92S Broaaway
[ Boston, 9 Temple Place.
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., sole Agents
for Charleston._ _nov3-6mos
MARK YOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. octH-s
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3,14,
$5, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !- A royal game of
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
News Room. apr20-s
A NEGLECTED COUGH, Cold or Sore Throat,
which might be checked by a simple remedy,
like "Brown's Bronchial Troche?," if allowed
to progress may terminate seriously.
dec5-tuths3_ _, .
PARTIES in want ot doors, sashes, blinds,
mouldings, stair newels and balusters, will con?
sult their own interests by calling on or writing
to Mr. P. P. Toale, No. 20 Hayne street, where
they will find the strongest and cheapest stock
tn the Southern i-tates. A specialty made of
French and American window glass.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-TH? NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. 8end your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark Grasmere-2647 bales
upland cotton, 250 tons phosphate rock, two half
tierces rice.Per ship Namllua-ssai bales up?
land cotton, 1T6 tons phosphate rock.
BOSTON-Per steamship Monticello-200 bal?a Of
upland cotton, 275 toss phosphate rock, loo tons
sulphur, 1 sewing machine.
Wh? Charleston Cotton, Ric? and Naval
Omens CHARLESTON NBWB, )
FRIDAT Eve S LNG. December 8, UTI, j
COTTON-The inquiry for this staple was steady,
and well sustained, sellers realizing foll previous
Agares. Sales atout 1600 bales, say io at nw, 8
at IT, is at?7J?. e?6 at ITV, 68 kt "Ji, 40 at lia,
6 at 17V, 37 at nv, 84at 18,20 at 18 261 at 18V,
121 atlS'i, 803 at 18 V, 178 at IS V. 63 at 18 V, 8 at
lsv, l bale extra staple at 19,1 bale extra staple J
St 20 ft ft. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary..18V?17V
Strict middling.l SH (&
RICI.-There was a moderate demand at un?
changed rates. Sales abont 120 tierces of clean
Carolina, say 00 tierces at 7V, 23 at 7 11-16, 40 at
7vc fl Ta. We quote common to fair at av?"V.
good 7 9-M?TX. ?' . - .
NAVAL STORES.-There were no sales reported.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nomina! on sea Islands;'via Kew
Tork, Vd on uplands, ld on Bea islands; by gail;
Va7-i8d on nplands, on sea Islands nommai. To
Havre lo on nplanda Coas t wise-to Kew Tork by
steam Xe on nplands and lc on sea islands; ai li
tierce an rice; by ?au Ko on cotton;- fl tierce
ra rice; 40c fi barret?n rosin; $798 fi M on lnm
oer; $9@10?Hontimber. To Boston, by sall
Kc fl lb on npland cotton. To Providence,' by
sill. $9 ft Mon boards, Xe ? lb on cotton;by
, steam tl ? bale on New York rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam Ho ft'B> on nplands; by sall, f 7
fl M on boards; $9 on timber; $3 per ton en clay,
?ad$3a$3 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
steam Vc fi ft by sah, $6 50@7 ft M on boards;
$3@ 3 25 ft ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In
demand by oar merchants to take lamber 1 reign ts |
from Georgetown, s. O, Derlen and sarilla-River, -
Ga, and Jacksonville, Fla, to Northern porta,
.nd $ic@i2 fi M are the rates on lamber and
ExoHANoa.-Sterling so day bills is v@is v.
DOHISTIC F?CHANOS.-The banks are par
I chasing sight checks at V off, and sell at par.
. Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON. December 8-Noon.-Unfavorable news
regarding the Prince of Wales's condition baa bid
a depro-. lng influence. Consols opened at 92.
Bonds 92V. "
Later.-Cor.so-B 917?. Bonds 02V.
Evening.-Consola ?IM. Bonds 92V
PARIS, December 8-Evening.-Bullion increas?
ed one million- francs. -
Kaw YORK, December 8-Noon.-Freights steady.
Stocks strong and steady. Gold strong at 1 ov
Governments dtril and steady. State bonds very 1
quiet. Money innat 7. E-xehaoge, long o, short j
'^Evening.-Freights easier. Honey easy at e
Sterhng easier at sXak Gold active at ?oaiov
Government dosed steady at >;av advance.
Sixty>twoi ll. states quiet. Tennessees SS; new
to. Virginias 68; new 68. L ula lanas 61; new
to. Levees 60V- Alabamas 100; Aves 65. Qeor
?'iias so; sevens 85. North carolinas 34v; new
4. South carolinas 43; new 297?.
Liv KB POOL, December a^-Noon.-Cotton opened
strong: nplanda 9V. Orleans lOalOVd; sales J5.000
bales; for the week 115 ooo; export 20,000; specula?
tion 19,000; atock 445,000; American 41,000; re?
ceipts 43,coo; American 21,000; actual export 14,
i a ter. - Sales, speculation and export 8000 bales;
shipping at New Orleans fi Ti ai od; Savannah or
Charleston 9Xd; stock afloat 442,000; American
Evening.-Cotton close l Arm; nplands 9 vd,
Orleans loaiovd. Manchester advices more fa?
Nsw YORK, December 8-Noon.-Cotton opened
weak but ls now steady; nplands 19vc; Orleans
20c; sales 1800 bales un spot and 4900 m transit,
chiefly last evening. Sales of cotton futures last
evening 8050 bales, as follows: December 19V*
19 3 16; January 193-1-tal9V : February 19Va 19 5-16;
March I9?,'ai9 9-16; April 19V
Evening.-cotton active and firm; Bales 6772;
uplands 19v, Orleans -20vc Sal? s of cotton fu?
tures to-day 13,950 bales, ai follows: December,
19V, IB 1-I6. 19V; January, ie 3-16; February,
19V, 19 5-16,19 7 16; March 19 916; April, 19 ll 16,
119 V; May 19V. 1913-16.
PROVIDENCE, December 8.-Net recepta of cot?
ton for the week 205 bales; stock 8ooo. Sales al?
most entirely for ratures. No market for others.
BOSTON, December 8.-Cotton doll; middlings
110)i*ai9Vc; net receipts 525 bales; gross 8289; sales
300; stock 7600; net receipts of the week 1732; gross
10,280; exports to Great Britain 750; sales 8000.
BALTIMORE, liecember 8 - Cotton Arm and In
fair demand; middlings I9al9vc; net receipts
77 bales: gross 357; expo: ta coastwise 325; sales
1073; stock 4568; net receipts of the week 901;
gross 2485; exports to Continent 80; coastwise 1
920; sales of the week 3168.
NORFOLK, December 8.-Cotton qalet; low mid?
dlings 18c; net receipts 675 balee; exports coast?
wise 226; sales 100; stock 6689; nee receipts or the I
week 9d08; exports coastwise 1051: sales of the
WILMINGTON, December 8.-Cotton quiet; mid?
dlings 18Vc; net receiptsST bales; sales 07; stock
8344; receipta of the week617; exports coastwise
606; sales ef the week 812. -
SAVANNAH. December 8,-Middllngs l8Xc; net
receipts 2677 bales; exports to Great Britain, 2600;
coastwise 504; sales 1600; atock 66,128; net re?
ceipts of the week 18,633; exports to Great Bri?
tain 687: continent 7145; coastwise 2429; sales or j
the weet; 13,800. ? h
A co CST A, December 8.-Cotton active sod
sTong; middlings isvc; receipts 595; sales 110
balea; stock 1870,16,000; 1871,13,260; net receipts
of the week 5395; sales of the week 4870.
MACON, December 8 - cou n Arm; middlings
18c; receipts 2211 ; shipments 1800; stock 1870,
9480; 1871. 10,716. '
COLUMBUS, D"cember 8.-Cotton qolet; receipts
1885; shlpmei ts 1775; stock 1256 bales.
SELMA. December 8.-Receipts 29:0 ba'es ; ship?
ments 2266; Stock 1870, 9800; 1871, 6755.
MONTGOMERY, December 8.-Receipts 2570 bales;
shipmen a 1560; stock 1870,10,945; 1871, 8099.
MEMPHIS, December 8.-Cotton qalet; mid?
dlings 18vc; receipt! 1411 bales: shipments 2320;
atook 1870, 88.02s; 1871, 18 033; receipts of week
12.154; shipments 15,990; sales of week 19.800.
NASHVILLE, December 8.-Cotton qalet; mid?
dlings i7Val7Vo; net receipts 250 bales; ship?
ments 2602; stock, 1870, 3270; 1871, 1370.
MOBILE, December 8.-Cotton dall and easier;
middlings 19vc; net receipts 1994 bales; exports
coastwise 1643; sales 600; atock 37,683: nee receipts
for the week 12,563; exp rta to Great Britain 506,
Rotterdam 626, coanwiae 7867; sales ..r the week
??sw ORLEANS, December 8.-Cotton steady:
niddhnga lsvaioc; net receipts 6114 bale*; groas
?7058; exports to Havre 5264; coastwise 117; sales
4600; stock 163 465; net receipts of ; he week 35.445.
?ross 41,895; exports to Great Britain 11,954; to
avro 9288; coastwise 6250; sales of the week
GALVESTON, December 8.-Cotton quiet and
firm; good ordinary love; net receipts 1285 bales;
aales 550; stock 82,716: net receipts or tue week
7911; exports to Great Britain 3033; coastwise 1810;
I eales or the week 5600.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
Nxw TORK, December 8-Neon.--Flour dull and
unchanged. Wheat quiet and steady. Corn qnlet
and Arm. Pork dall at $13 40a13 60. Lard arm.
Turpentine steady at 65c. Rosla Arm at $4 95a5.
I Evening.-Fl -ur unchanged. Whiskey $1 01.
Wheat laze belter. Corn cent better, with 00 ex?
port Inquiry, at 7?>a79Vo. Rice firm at 8va9c.
Pork active at |13V. Beef qalet. Lard heavy.
Turpentine ateady. Koaln Arm. Tallow quiet, at
BALTIMORE,December 8.-Flour active and Arm,
Howard Btreet superfine $aae 26. Wheat dull at
$1 60ai 66. Corn Arm at 68a72c ProvlatonB un?
changed. Whiskey 99a$l.
WILMINGTON, December 8.-Spirits turpentine
strong at 6O0. Rosin arm; $4 15 for* strained;
$7 60 for extra No l ; $4 15 for low No 2; $9 for ex?
tra pale; $8 for pale; $9 50 for window-glass.
Crude turpentine steady ; $3 50 for hard ; $5 25 for
yellow dip; $5 86 for virgin. Tar quiet at $2 60.
CINCINNATI, December 8.-Porn, demand light
and holders Arm. Lard dall; kettle 9c. Bacon,
clear Bides 7 Vc Whiskey, excited prices and
higher, 9:c, closing at 93c.
LOUISVILLE, December 8.-Provisions Arm. Ba?
con aides scarce and held at 8c. Lard OalOVc.
Pork $13 60al4. Whiskey Arm at 90c.
8T.LO?I8. Decemoer 8.-Whiskey 39Va90c. Pork
unchanged; order lots $13al3 25. Bacon, clear
sides rvc. Lard, business small and quotations
higher; choice kettle 8Vc
Hew York Coffee Harket.
From the Journal or commerce. Wednesday*
December 8: The market tor Brazils ls quiet, but
prices have an upward tendency. Operators gen?
erally are walting for the Telegram which la ex?
pected tomorrow, bat nearly all anticipate favor?
able news. The offerings are ilghr. We learn of
Bales la New Orleans of 5000 bags Kio, ex Theresa
Butler, and a resale in Baltimore or 8560 bags
do, ex Frances Jane. East India coffees are
quiet, bat fl i ra. Tn West India there ls more do?
ing at very fall rares. The stock ls s mad and the
demand ls fair. Some 3000 bags Maracaibo sold
on private terms. Mesara. Wm. Scott & Sons
make the total stock or Brazils la flr-t bands in
the country to be 79 618 bags, distributed ai fol?
lows: In Galveston, 4000 bags; in New Orean?,
9402 bags; in Mobile, 3850 bags; in Balintore, 8343
bags; in New York, 68,918 Dags. We quote ror
Kio, m bond, gold prices, aa follows: < rdlnary
cargoes l4Val5c; fair cargoes l6Val6V; good
cargoes isaiav; prime cargoes ia van.
New Torie Naval Store? Market.
?rom the Jouri??fbTjConimeTce, Wednesday,
December 8: The market for spirits turpentine ls
quiet. There ls a fair amount of atock offering,
bat holders refase concessions. The sales are
limited to actual wanta of consumers, embracing
363 bola in merchantable order, in yard, at 05c.
Rosina-The Arm prices demanded for strained
checks important business in this description.
There la some shipping Inquiry. Fine gradea sell
more freely ror home ase at steady Agares. For
strained $400 ls bid for cargoes, and$4 95a5
asked. Sales are 48 bbls No 2 at $8; 100 bbls No 1
at $7: 600 bbls pale at $7 75; 200 bbls do at $8 j?;
200 bbls do at $8 so; 200 bbls do at $0 50. We
quote strained at $4 90a5; No 2 at $510a5 SOflffO l
at $6 T6a7| pale at $7 25a8 25; extra pale at $8 50a
ll; city pitch at $4 87*a5.
New York Rice Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, of Wednesday, Decem?
ber 8 : With very few arrivals in prospect, and
not mach of a stock on hand, holders of domeatio
ocoopy a very strong position at the moment,
and raaist upon extreme figures. Very little ex
cent common atnff can oe bought below 8X", and
for soms of the choice iota ah>ve 9o ls asked.
Foreign ts wlthont decided change to price, but
rules very firm and sells well to the home trade.
We can learn of no export arnera of Importance
here. Sales of loo tierces CaroUnaat SKaOa: soo
basa Rangoon at 7c; 160 bags Patna ai 7lia7 Xe;
and recently, in bond, 600 bags- Rangoon at 8?ic,
gFrom the Journal of Commerce: There lathe
ns nal business In foreign and domestic for deal
era'nae, and with small aupplt;* Btsedy pricea
are current. We notice sa es of W tierces CaroUna
at 8Ka?c; 150 bag?Rangoon at 0Xa7xe, and leo
bags Patna at 7xa7Xc.
New|Yurk H*y Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, Wednesday, December
6: The oold snap prec niles.all nopes Of a resump?
tion or navigation, and aa atoeka of shipping
?Trades are light pricfa have been advanced to
$120, and held very Arm at the nigher price. . Re?
tail ia flrm bat unchanged. Straw la In fair de?
mand at steady prices.
Interior Cotton JTo.rk.et-?.
COLUMBIA, December-7.-Sales of cotton 76
balee: middlings TTXc. 'j?.
TC SEVILLE, December 6.-Cotton at HalBtfc.
CHESTER, December 6.-Cotton In good de?
mand; ordinary UXc good ordinary ie>ic. low
mlddltoga 16X. middling 17c, good middlings
^ANDERSON, December e.-The market to-day
rather dull, and prices range from 10}?al7c. 8alefl
for the week soo balea.
Receipts by Railroad, December 8.
SOUTH CAROLIKA RAILROAD.
1584 balea cotton. 140 bbia naval stores, 20) bbls
flour, 4 cara atock. To Railroad Agent, W W
Smith. Geo w wunama A co. Qa? H Walter & co,
A J Salinas, Trenholm A Som A B Monigan, Wlss
A co. Sloan A Selgnrous,-Frost, Adger A co, Witte
Bros, Wm C Bee A co, L D Mowry A Son. Reeder
A Davis; AS smith,Dowling* co,lD DeSnua
sure, Murdaugh A Mathewar.T T Chapeau; Pelzer,
Rodgers A co, W B Williams A Son, wm Gurney,
Pringle A Son, T Tapper A Sons, Street Bros A co,
Graeser A Harmon, JD Alkeu', 0 Leroentdod. WB
Smith A co, w K Byan, Caldwell * soo, J oolcock
A co, F b Meyer, 0 Clactoa, 8 D Stoney, King A
Gibbon, J A E as.o w A co.
. 169 bales apland and 8i bags sea leland cotton,
124 bbls naval stores,, oars lamber and wood,
rough rice, corn, mdaew.Ac, To. Frost, Adger.A
cojw K Byan. A J Salinas, O H Walter A co. T
p Smith, AS smith, Piing)? A son, wm o Bee
A co, Ge J W wunama. Aco, J C Mailonee, Mowry
A Son, Caldwell A Sott, W 0 Soartney A co; J
Oaiap?en *o?, J 0 H ciaussen, Oraeaec A Har?
mon. Barden * Parker, Ravepel A co, Wblidea A
Jone?, Trenholm A Son, Olagh?rn, Herring A co,
J Wletera, Pe'z r, Rodg-era A co. Reeder A Davis.
Witts Bros, Dowie, Moue A Davis-J Gregg, Kins
maa A Howell, Chapeau A co, 0 Leibenrood, J A
Qaackenbnst), M A Huggins, F Klintworth, 8 D
stoneys Fenntck tl, Tu Snowden^ WmGarner,
Howard A Bro, sfmey A Lowndes, B Malefort,
Bethel Church, Railroad Agent and Order.
Per steamer Pilot BOT, from Beaufort, Pacific,
Obiaolm'a and other Landings- Mrs Meggett, H
8 Rhett, Hiss Meggett, Miss M Barnwell, Capt R
Ward, OotBSuiuvan. Capt conner, and 12deck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, 8 0
W Taylor, DRlchenb?chv WC Johnstone, Master
A Johnstone, and 3 on deck.
Last Quarter. 5th. 1 hour, 28 minutes, mor air g.
New koon : Uh. io boms. 42 minutes, evening;
First Qaarter..18th. S hour?, 21 minniw, .evejutg.
Full Moon, 28;h, 4 honra, 15 min?tes, evening.
a. A s.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.DECEMBER 9,1871.
Lat sa deg 40 min 38 eec. | Lon 7? deg 67 min 27 BOC
Bark Acacia, Andersen, Boston, - daya. Mdse.
To Wm Roach A co, and others. (Previously re?
ported.) The Acacia reporta being off tula port
the past week, bot Was detained outside by ad?
Sehr catharine Thomas, Barlow, Satins River.
8800 huahela rough rice. To J R Pringle A So >.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNeity, Beaufort, Cms
olm'a and PaclAo Landings. 41 baga sea island
cotton and mdse. To Ravenel. Holmes A c?, D
McPherson, w c Bee A co, Ravenel A co, J no col
cock A co, R S Murray, B K NeurvUle, H s Rhett
A Son, H Kiatte A co, J C H da?asen, J Hanckel,
prof Sheppard, A M Adger, B 0 Adama, and Robt
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown. S C.
184 tierces rice, 27 bags rough rice, l bale cotton,
mdse and sundries. To ShaokeJford A Kelly, N
Emanuel,Tringle A Son, s H Wilson A Bro, W K
Ryan, C Alston, E N Thurston, A Manlgaolt, L D
DeSanB3ure, C K Huger, Prof F S Holmes, Mrs w
L Trenholm, S E Barnwell, E S Horrv, Mordecai A
co, E Perry, Dr Q Prince, and othera.
Boat irom James Island. 4 bags sea island
co; ten. To Fraser A DHL
Boat from James leland. 7 bags sea island cot?
ton. To Gaillard A Mlnott.
Boat from OhrlBt Church. 0 hags aea island
cotton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from John'a island 5 baga aea island
cotton. To Stoney A Lownde?.
Boat from Edlsto. 4 baga aea island cotton.
To Stoney A Lowndes.
Steamship MontlceUo, Ludlow, Boston-Wm
Roach A co.
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, Liverpool-E Willis.
British bark Crasmere, Lester, Liverpool-Hen?
Swedish brig Anna Maria. Hoot, Amsterdam.
Sehr J E Dally, Long, st Mary's, Ga.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Pa lat ka, via Jack?
son ville, Fernandina and Savannah.
FRUM THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New
Tork, December 8.
Steamship Golf Stream, MoOrery, at Philadel?
phia. December 6.
Brig E H Kennedy, Hallett, at Boston, Decem?
UP FOB THIS POAT.
Bohr Lizzie Mani, Bugbler, at Boston, Decem?
OLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, at New York,
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, at Baltimore, Decem?
Sehr Gay R Phelps, Shailer, at New York, 6th
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, December 8.-Arrived, steamship
Denmark. Arrived out, the Scotia, Aleppo, Pal?
myra and Scandinavian.
Evening.-Arrived, steamships Holland, Leo,
Janies Auger, and City of Galveston.
The sch: Susan Wright, Mount, for Georgetown,
S C, cleared at New York December 6.
pACUIO GUANO COMPANY'S
ACIO PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOB COMPOSTING WITH COTTON 8EED.
PRICE-$25 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR
This article ls prepared under the superintend?
ence of Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVENEL, expressly for
Composting wich Cotton Seed.
lt waa Introduced by this Company two years
ago, and its use has fully attested its value 200
to 260 ponnda or tots article per acre, properly
composted with the sante weight of cotton seed,
furnishes the planter with a Fertilizer of the high?
est excellence at the smallest cost. A Compost
prepared with this article, aa by printed direc?
tions furnished, contatos ail the elements of fer
yilty that can enter into a Firsts ass Fertilizer,
while ita economy must commend RB linera! ute
to plantera. For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Noa. es East Bay and l and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Charleston, s. c.
JNO. 8. REESE A 00., General Agents.
OF CHARLESTON, SO. CA.,
Properly appreciating tbe necessity of fostering tbs planting interest of the Sooth, resolved In the
oatset to offer their FERTILIZERS at a price which would place tjiem. within the reach of every
Panter. f^ ' *i iT< WM J v?lf /' H
They offer their "SOLUBLE GUANO," a complete Ammontated Fertilizer, at $46 cash, or $50 on a '
credit to the 1st of November next, with approved.city acceptance, WITHOUT rtrnaaer. ?
The "DISSOLVED PHOSPHATE," for composting with Cotton Seed or Stable Manara, is now
offered at the very low price of 428 cash, or $30 on credit, as above. This ls highly recommended by
plasters who need 1 tr last year to their entire satisfaction.
J". D. AIKEN, General Agent.
WM. RAVENEL. Pr?sident.
deco-Dlmocamo aaavAw ? *
-? tmta " ? L? 1 - , . '_.
This FHRTILIZ ER, minu factored by the ATLASTiC PHOSPHATE COMP ANT, a?derlhe_oTreo
tloa Of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAN EN EL, ls nrtm (ISMWI tn-Uu' RUuiMag fYmtrnTmlry
THE VERY REDUCED PRICE OF $48 PER TON CASH, or $99 PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1871,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very, extensively used m this Sute, and has given enure satisfaction ;
some of ttjemost practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound for pound.
All sales made now will ce considered aa cash oa theist of March, 1872, and to those baying on
?me the sale wulbe consldered aa due on 1st November 187*. "_
By this arrangement planters win be enabled, wltboatSxtft KiCtM^t|jMr?uij|amta
time when their wagons and moles are idle. . > ?. f&?il M W fcTS
Pamphlets containing the certincates of those who havausWJfce *rT^^JHlojBPHAT#Wfll be
tarnished on application to the Agenta. a^s^"T^F^^^iSr
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec8-tmoa _ BROWN'S WHARF, CHARUE STOBT, g. .a?.
iiw&fsM. 'X6:.;>>? on issi
This Art cle, prepared by the ATLANTIC PH03PHATE COMPANY, under the direction of their
Chemist, Dr. ST.'JULIEN RAVENEL, for oom po$t lng with Cotton Seed, ts now offered at the Reduced
Price of $98 per.ton cash, or $31 per ton payable lat November, 187$, Free oT Interest.
Orders Ulled now will, be considered as Cash 1st March, 1872, or oh Time as doe 1st November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to baal lt at a time when then: Wagons and Kolas are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & C<^
dec 8-4 m os BK?WS'S
FIRST PREMIUM AT ATLANTA FA LR, OCTOBER, 1871, FOR BEST FAMILY MACHINE.
PREMIUM AT THE MACON FAIR, OCTOBER, 1871, FOB FAMILY MACHINE, WITH BEST
AND MOST USEFUL ATTACHMENTS. ': ? *a:r3 ? - ,
FIRST PREMIUM AT TH OM AS VILLE, NOVEMBER 2,1871, FOB BEST FAMILY MACHINE.
GOLD MEDAL AND THBBE SILVER MEDALS AWABDBD THE SINGEE AT THE AU?
GUSTA FAIR, NOVEMBEB, 1871. . '
EXAMINE. OUR MACHINES.
P*. RAWLEY, - - -_-_ j.
GENERAL AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
J. CLA?K BEDELL,
novls-tnths .REDDEST AQBHY..OH>R^R^^ 8^0.,
Cotton SntUv?ets, &t.
? SLOAN & SEIONI0?S, Agents, Bj
? COTTON FACTORS, BROWN ft GO.'S WHARF
E. (FRANK COES
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE
AND COE'S PURE DISSOLTEfD BONE.
The above superior FERTILIZERS, admitted by every Planter who has used them to be the best
and most iprofitable of any of the Commerotal Manares, are now offered fof'AeTBby-ihe Agents at very
mnoh Reduced Prices, in order that every Planter may be enabled to ase them.
Panvhleta condining the reports of the sacceas of these Fertilisers will be fnraished on appll
MtlThe%hh09phgatet^? sold at $48 per ton cash, or $5? per ton payable' ist Novemb?ri 1872, free of
lnteTbeblsaolved Bone at $50 per ton ca?h, or $55 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents,
dec8-lm0S - BROWN'S "WHARF, CHARME STOW, ?. c.
jg 0 L TJ B L E
PRICE, $15 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience in tho nae of thia GUANO for the
East alx years In thia State, for Cotton and Corn,
aa ao far established its character for excellence
as to render comment ahnecesaary.
In accordance with toe established policy of the
Company to famish the beat Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at Ute lowest coat to consumers. *hta Guano
la pat into market thia season at the above re?
duced price, which the Company la enabled to do
by reason ot ita large facilities and the reduced
coat of manufacture.
The annpUeapnt into market thia season are, aa
heretofore, prepared under the personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Julian Ravenel, Chemist of
the Company, at Charleston. S. a, hence planten
may rest assured tnat tts quality and composition
la precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can?e fertilized with 200 pounds Guano at a cost
not exceeding the present taine of 80 poonda of
cotton, while experience has shown that ander
favorable condition of season and cultivation, the
crop is increased by the apollcatlon from two to
three-fold the - natural capacity of the aol), hence .
under no condition could Ita application fail to
comp ensate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company.
Noa. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, a, 0.
JOHN 8. REESE A CO., General Agenta.
0 PLAN TEES
OYSTER SHELL LIME, THE MOST VALUABLE
RENOVATOR OF LAND KNOWN.
300,000 bushels of SHELL LIME for sale, deliv?
ered on any of the navigable rivera of South |
CaroUna or Georgia, at thirteen centa per bushel,
or Ave douars per ton, baga extra.
BOWEN A MERCER,
Lime Bornera, No. ?I Sooth Gay street,
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION
CHAKXXSTOM, S. C.
<E0partnir?i)ip0 an? ?leaflintiottf.
S'OT eft -S?Ura^ABOLlNA,
i CHARLESTON COrJOTY.-Certificat-. > tUO
lted-Partt?er*aU>J>et,we<nr BUCKLEY T.. r. EN TON,
of nie Qttr of; Brooklyn-,' ?tat? ot Nev Voit,
CHARLES.UK DE RWOOD.of tue Town aadOoQa
ty o'Tolland, State or Connecc.cat, and EVERT
TL BEDFORD, of the City of Chariestoa, ?tate
Thia oertlflcate hereby wltoewrft that the un
deraigned haTe, by vlrtne or an act of the General
Assembly of the State aforesaid, ea titled "An Act
to authorise the formation of LunUed Partner?
ships," passed tn the? year of Our Lord, one tbJB
aand eight hundred and thirty-seven, and An?
other Act entitled "An Act to extend the dura
tton of an "Act aut&ortzing the formatton of Lim?
ned Partnerahloa," paaaed .la the year or our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-six,
and another Act extending Ute same until repeal?
ed, passed December 20th, isas, formed . Limited
Partnership as fodsws : ...... a
Fl ISL "The name or nra under whlchjiucti
?annersblp ahall be conducted to MYfiRT E.
8ecottd> ' The general nature of the business In
tendearwne transacted is tnatof ttfrOracsajBu
slness. both retail and wholesale, in the aal*CUy
0?^DCKLEYT. BENTON,: ?tf tteOtt!?Ot
Brooklyn, State of New Yort ^d CHARI^?N
DERWOOD, of tMTown andOooaty erTTOfiand.
State or connecticut, are the 8pe<^. Partners,
and EVERT E. BEDFORD, ortheOtty M ObatWS
ton, State aforesaid, ia the General Partner.
Fourth, BUCKLEY T. RENTON, a special Part?
ner, has contributed seven thousand douara
sand dollars (ITOOO) to the common atook or ino
Fifth. The said Partnership ooninencesontte
first day or November.^hte^hundred and
seventy one. and Will terminate T tteJW ?y
of November, eighteen hundred andaevenW-nveY
Dated thia 96tt day or October, A. v., um.
EVBSTE. BEDFORD, fL. a.]
Witness: ?rr.fi flHrt?P8AB3tt?
(Signed) 0. w. Rooaaicx, MM-_a?
THOMAS E. PXABSJXX. nOVS-M
jHanoi, Organs, Ut.
?IEGLINQ'S MUSIC ST OEM.
(ESTABLISHED IN 1810.)
Now on- band, and for aale, a torgeandvart?d
assortment or -PI ANO FOaTES,~ofa?pre^n-good
makers, new and second-hand. Also CABLNBT
ORGANS and Musical Merchandise generally;
together with the latest and most f^hlonabto
S31 constantly receiving. PIANO FORT? (t*
Hire, Tuned. Repaired and taten in exchange,
ADP y corner King and BeaafMa ews^?aSsr
or'old stand, third door. HMNRY SI SOLING.
novSSimp . .