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LIVERPOOL-Per Norwegian bark Colonist-loo
obis Dottle? beer, soo easts manures, 2 casks ana
1 case wine, to Order: 6 bags nails. 2 caste boes,
to C P Poppenbeim; 1 cosk Hollowware, eos Iron
nols 19 ?llleta/1339 spider?. 650 biscuits ovens,
7K covera 215 ?rod pots, 120 camp ovens. 115 bis
IS S fi 1260 covers 425 spiders, to
Bart A co; l case mdse, to P Shucknnnn; 1 case
booksTl case Jewelry, to A E Gibson; 40 bags
manures, to Geo A Trennolm Sc Son; 15 ones ale,
to RT Walker; 22 packages mdse, to S R Mar
aban A co; 1 crate earthenware, to W L Webb; 2
casks and 2 cases hardware, to J E Adger & co;
3971 sacks salt, to ?avenel A co.
TROON, (SCOT)-Per Norwegian bark Eldorado
485 tons coal, to Order.
LIVERPOOL-Per Br ship City of Halifax-188
bags sea Island and 2618 bates upland cotton, -od
. tons phosphate rock, 2 bbls grist.
BARCELONA-Span brig Mescellta-322 bales up?
land conon, 63 bbls rosin.
BALTIMORE-Per sehr Mary H Stockham-157,
ail feet lumpen_
The Charleston Cotton, Ric? and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
FRIDAY EVENING, January 6,1872. j
COTTON.-This staple exhibited firm and active
features, with a strong feeling and a well sustain?
ed demand, which hardened prices >i@xc fi hi.
?ales 1200 balea, say 12 at 17K, 65 at 17K747 at 18,
29 at is.*, 27 at 18K, 12 at is ii, 140 at 19,146 at
WK ; 158 at lax, 69 at 19 >i, 304 at 19K. 57 at 19K,
?6 at 20c We quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.18 @19
RICE.-There was a good demand at firm rates.
Sales about 300 tierces of clean Carolina, say 45
tierces at 7K, 85 at 7K. 36 at tjtf, 112at TX, 20 at
7 11-15, 40 at 7Mc fl m. We quote common to
fair at OKfaViK. good 7K @SC.
NAVAL STORES.-There bas been UlUe done in
the way of sales, and the market ls less dun, buy?
ers holding off. About 260 bbls of extra No. 1 to
1 ow pale have been sold on private terms, and 52
casks or spirits at 64c.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
Torkv Md on uplands, ld on sea Islands; by sail,
T-ldd on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Havre lc on aplauda. Coastwise- to New Tork by
?team Mc on uplands and lo on sea islands; $2 fl
Meroe on rice; by sall Ke on cotton; - fi tierce
on rice; 40o ft barrel on rosin; $7@s f lion lum?
ber; $001011 M on timber. -To Boston, by sall
J$c ft lb on npland cotton. To Providence, by
$8 fl Mon boards, Kc ft m on cotton; by
steam il fi bale on New York rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam Kc fi m on nplands; by sall, $7
- ft M on boards; $9 on timber; $8 per ton en clay,
. aad$3a$3 ?o on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
?team Ko ft Ms by sail, $6 6807 ft M on boards;
$803 26 fl ton on phosphate rook. Vessels are lu
demand by our merchants to tike lamber freights
from Georgetown, S. C., Danen and Satilia River,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
sad $10@12 ft M are the rates on lnmber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 17X@l?K.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are pur?
chasing sight checks at K off, and sell at par.
markets by Telegraph.
MONEY S? ARKTIS.
XONDON, January 6-Noon.-Consols 92K. Bonds
?? FRANKFORT, January 6-Noon.-Bonds 96K
PARIS, January 5-Noon.-Rentes 68f 7c. specie
decreased one and three-quarter millions.
SEW YORK, January 6-Noon.-Freights quiet.
Stocks much better than at the opening. Gov?
ernments dull and heavy. Money Qrm at 7. Gold
-steady at 9K. State bonds dull and steady. Ex?
change, long-ox: abort io. : . . j,
- Evening.-Freights unchanged. Money easy at
9, currency to fractional commission. Discounts
9ai2. . Sterling heavy at 9*9*. Gold 8%aa. Gov?
ernments quiet and Bteady. Tennessees firm.
Virginias leas strong. North Carolinas strong.
Sooth Carolinas, new steady. Remainder dull
bot steady. The treasury disbursed $700,000 gold,
LIVERPOOL. January 5-Noon.-o^uon opened
firm; nplands lOKalOKA Orleans lOKRioKd;
sa es 16,ooo bales; sales of the week loo.ooo; ex
port 8000; speculation 24,000; stock669,000; Amen
can 167,000; receipts S3,ooo.
Later.-Cotton Arm; sales 20,000 bales; specula
tlon and exP?rJ^2?Li11^PP'|?gjnVinj^^11!910*d
20ji c. Orleans 2lKc; sales to day 400 bales; issi
evening 2000. Sales of futures last evening 740C
balea as follows: January 20>ia2Q a IC; Fe omar j
2013-16, 20Ma2011-16; March 21316, 2i),a2i>i
April 21K, 21 7-16, 215-16a:lK; May 2-K, 21KU
Evining.-Cotton closed firm; sales 3775 bales
. uplands 20Kc, Orleans 21 i. c.
PRO vi DSN CB. January. 23.-Cotton, net receipt?
S35 bales; stock 10,500.
BOSTON, Jannary 6.-Cotton steady; middlings
2lc; net receipts 164. bales; gross 400; sales coo:
stock 8600net reoelpta for tba week 9-jO: gross
7290: exports to Great Britain 510; sales lor me
j ; PHILADELPHIA, Jannary e.-Cotton firm; mid'
dlln'ga 21 ; net rec ipts 820 bales; gross 2026.
BALTIMORE, Janna y 6.-Cotton firm; mlddilngf
'20Kc; net receipts 631 bales; gre ss 10l2;exporu
coastwise 689; sales 810;?tock 8792; net receipts ol
the week 1204; gross 3640; exports to Great Britain
..166: coastwise 981; sales of the week 1950.
. NORFOLK, Jannary 0.-cotton firm; low mid
-di tn gs I9.!?c; net receipts 1271; exports coastwise
JW90; sa'es 200; stock 4642; ncc receipts of the week
10,875; exports coastwise 10,311; sales of the week
.1010. . 'J .
'.' WILMINGTON, January 5.-Cotton firm; mid
?dllngs i9Kc; net receipts 48 bales; exports coast
wise 81; sales 174; stock 6473; net receipts of the
week 956; exports 507; sale) of the week 683
SAVANNAH, Jannary 6-Cotton Irregular and
holders firm; demand fair; middlings l9Va20c;
net receipts 2847 bales; exports to the comment
wo; coanwise soo; sales 2200; stock 78,875; net re?
ceipts of the week 15,095; exports to Great Bri?
tain 4243; to Cork for orders 8475; to the continent
8208; coastwise 6177; sales or the week 11.063
- ??QD8TA, Jannary 5.-Cotton strong; mid
dllpgs loo; sa:es 700 bales; stock i87i le.us; mi
19 425; net receipts of the week 3940; salej of the
week 386) bales.
NASHVILLE, January 5.-Cotton firm; middlings
18Mal9Kc; receipt? of the week 1029 bales; ship?
ments 1017; ttockftOl; 1871 5639.
Cur POINT, January e.-Cotton-Receipts 603
.MONTGOMERY, January 5,-,-Cotton-Reco'pts
1280 bales; shipments 2020; stock 11,250.
COLUMBUS, January 6.-Cotton erm; receipts
UTO bales; shipments 930; sales 1050; stock 10,425.
MACON, January 5.-Cotton-Receipts 1205 ba'ei :
ShlpmtD'S 1192; Stock 187113,895;1872 4636.
SEXMA, January 5-Cotton-Receipts 1895 bales:
shipments 2585; stock 187 ) 99C0; 1872 7390.
MOBILE, Jannary 5.-Cotton quiet and firm:
: middlings l9Mc; net receipts 2238 bales; exports
coastwise 3730; sales 500; stock 61,711; net receipts
pf the week 12,369; exports to Grea' Britain 1874;
.tournecontinent 1783;coastwise 5437; sales of the
GALVESTON, January 5.-Cotton steady; good
ordinary iSMc;<net receipts 1708 bales; exports
coastwise 502; sales 500; s.ock 47,994; net receipts
ox the ?eek 6722; exports to Great Britain 2422:
coastwise 2415; sales of the week 8800.
MEMTEIIS, January 5.-Cotton active and exclt
ed; middlings 20c; receipts 4900 bales; receipts Tor
t^e. weet iu.265: shipments 12,470; Btock 1871,
NEW ORLEANS, January 5.-Cotton steady; mid?
dlings 19Jia20c; net receipts 10,539 bales; gross
11.063; exports to Great Britain 3809; to Bremen
' 563; coastwise 1652; sales 9200; stock 191,581; net
receipts ror the week 47,612; gross 60,691; exports
to Great Britain 17,870; to the Continent 1813
coastwise 5807; sales for the week 49,000.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, January e.-Breadstuff* active. Red
winter wheat 12s. Flour 28s 9d. corn 3is 9d. Pro?
visions duli. Tallow 468 6d.
Evening.-Turpentine sis to 529.
NEW YORK, January 6.-Flour 10 to 15c better,
wheat unsettled; held 2 to 3 higher, and a shade
firmer. Pork quiet; new $l4ai4 25. Lard dull.
Tu'pen tine dull at 68a88K. Rosin duli at $4 85
?4 90 ror strained.
Evenki g.-Fionr active and Arm; common to
/air $6 8oa7 6d; good to oholce $7 60. Whiskey
firmer at ?2Kc. Wheat 20 better and in good ex?
port demand; winter red Western $1 eoal 65
Corn steady. Rice 3teady. Pork a ihade firmer;
??low^ttady Lard steady. Naval stores duh.
?,J^CI?VATI' January 6.-Pork firm at $13 25a
1360. Lard, kettle 9K. fchouldtrs exe; cear
sides 7Ka7Kc: whiskey declining at 88c.
LOUISVILLE, January 5.-Bagging firm at 13a
140. Flour in good demand, corn steady. Pro?
visions Arm. Whiskey dni at 89c.
ST. LOUIS Jannary 6-An advance asked on
tour; superflue winter $6 60. Corn firm. Whla
.e5.Ser ll 89i89>?c. Pork quiet. Bacon in
Air Jobbing demand. Lard, kettles, keg 8Kc7
Mew Tork Naval Stores Market.
From the journal or Commerce, Wedneeda?
Jannary 3: Spirits turpentine ls held higher on
-account or the loss or 2200 bbls-tho cargo of the
brig J. L. Pye, burned at sea. Sales of 200 bbls
have been madest 688690, closing with ?bc latter
price asked; 1600 bbls sold, fob, in Wilm.jgton
on primate terms. Rosins are very quiet at late
?rices. We quote strained at $4 90; No 2 at
5 25a5 60; No l at $5 75a7; pale at $7 60a9; extra
Pale at $9 50812. City pitch Udell at $5. Tarts
inactive: Waddington quoted at $3 25a3 37K, and
Wilmington at $3 50.
New York Rice Market.
From the Dally Buietln, Wednesday. January
S: Business drags a little, and the market ls un?
interesting. Holders of the not very extensive
stocks are Inclined to remain firm, bat extremes
are now occasionally shaded ra'her than allow
buyers to leave without taking stock. Sales of 25
tierces Carolina at 8>?a8Xc; loo bags Rangoon ac
From the Journal or Commerce: There ls not
much doing to day, but prices remain steady.
The offerings are moderate, but the demand ls
limited. We quote Carolina at 8)?a8Xc; Rangoon
at ?Jia?Jic and Patna at ?Ka7Xc
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, January 4.-Sales of cotton to-day
84 bales, middling 10c.
GREENVILLE, January 3.-Cotton, 17>?C .
COLUMBUS, January 3.-Market active at I8*c
for middlings; sales 223 baleB; receipts 248 baleB;
shipments 177 hales.
MONTGOMERY, January 3.-Tfce market ls
Btrong to-day; good ordinary 17Xc; strict good
ordinary 18XC low middlings 18Jic; middlings
ME5LMA, January 2.-Sales to-day 250 bales;
middling is 7? ai 9c, low midd'lng iS%*W?c. Mar?
ket firm; Bales made at Insldn quo: at lons.
Stead Brothers' Sea Island Cotton Cir?
LIVERPOOL, December 15,1871.-There has been
a large business In sea Island this week, chiefly In
the "good medium" to "gocd" claBsesof Fioiida
cotton, and upon tho more desirable parcels hold?
ers have been able to obtain an advance, during
the fortnight, of ld to 2d per lb.
In "medium fine" island there ha9 been more
doing, at the full decline noted la9t week.
A few small lots of new crop Texas sea Island
have been sold, chiefly at 42d. The length or sta?
ple and good preparation or this cotton causes lt
to be much sought arter by.splnnere.
The sales include 620 bags, aa follows: About
loo bags from 14d to 18d, 300 bags from 21d to 2>3d,
60 bags from 28d to 84d, 70 bags from 36d to 43a
and sod Tor 6 bags; 100 bago forwarded. About
70 ballots Peruvian sea island have been sold at
the advanced price or 32d.
This day. lasty'r.
Common Florldss and Maln9. .14 to lsd 12 to 13d
Medium Floridas.20 to 22d 14 to I6ci
Good Floridas.28to30d I8to20d
Flue Floridas..*..32 to Bsd 22 to 24d
Medium Island, Mama and Sau?
t?es.!.22t0 26d 20to22d
Good medium Island, Mains and
fe au tee*.32 to 88d 24 to 28d
Medium ?ne island..??."2 to 44d 34 to 40d
Fine Island.4? to Md 42to48d
Extra One Island.6fld A np 69d A np
WILMINGTON, January 4.-[A'eekly Report.]
TURPENTINE -There has been a steady and active
demand from both shippers and distillers during
the past week, and all lecelpts have been readily
taken when offered. Receipts continue to grow
smaller weekly, and must continue so, i ntil the
new crop begins to come m. The receipts for the
week foot 720 barrels.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-During the earlier part
or the past week, under the ravorable Northern
advices, this article s eadlly advanced Ifrom day
to day np to Wednesday, when it became less ac?
tive and declined a cent. The demand for both
foreign and Northern shipment bas been good,
and the bulk of purchases have been for that pur?
pose. The receipts, both by river and rall, are
meagre, and the bulk or stock here ls in shippers'
hmas. Today the market ls weaker, with no
TAB.-with continued light inquiry this arti?
cle has been versjnactive during the past week,
and it bas been round difficult to effect sales.
The market has ruled unchanged, with the ex?
ception of a small 1er. which e >ld on Friday at
an advance orioc, but thc advance was lost later
In the day, and prices have remained the same as
at the close jr our last.
ROSIN.-We have nothing ravorable to report In
the price or this article.during the week Just
ended. There has been a moderate business
done-'ln the lower grades, bnt quotations are a
Bbade lower than given In our last, and the mar?
ket ac the close has a declining tendency. For
No. 1 and the finer qualities the market has ruled
exceedingly dull, buyera having shown no dispo?
sition whatever to purchase.and the few sales have
been effected at a material decline on former quo?
tations. The receipts have hilen efl, and the
stock here has been diminished by recent heavy
Receipts by Railroad, January 5.
SOUTH OABOLTNA RAILROAD.
977 bales cotton, 144 sack corn, 105 oasks clay,
dears wood and lumber, 1 car stock. To Railroad
Agent. Witte BroB, Pelzer, Rodgers A co. W W
Smith, Pringle A Son, F B Mey, R A Pringle. S D
Stoney, W c Dukes A ce, E S illly, Dowling A co,
W O Bee A o. Frost, Adger A co, Reeder A L avis.
G H Walter A co. Murdaugh A Mathews, T P
Smith. Wlss A co, G Foll?n, FD Kracke, Campsf n
A co, Douglas A Jackson. G W Williams A co, A S
Smith, V a Smith A co. Sloan A Selgulous, W B
William* A Son, Trenholm A Son. A J salinas, i N
Robson, W K Byan, J D Aiken.
33 bales upland and 7 bags sea Island cotton.
256 bbls naval stores, cars lumber, wood and
naiiimi'j'w^awi?1? rtnifef.1 fuhrt
Jones, T G Boag, Claghorn, Herring A co. Wilcox,
Gibbes A co, Peizer, Rodgers A co, B J Kennedy,
Caldwell A Son, Stoney A Lowndes, T G Snowden,
Kinsman A Howell, W Gurney. J A Quacken
bush, Witte Ki os. Waiker. Evans & Cogswell. S D
Stoney, J 0 Malloaee, E Welling, Railroad Agent,
Per st amer Pocosln, from Edltto and Wav
Landings-0 L Wright, Major C K Bates, NB
Wescoat, and 16 on deck.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.JANUARY 6, 1872.
Lat 36 deg 4S min 3S BBC. j Lon 79 deg 67 mm 27 sec
\ ARRIVED YESTERDAY,
steamship Monticello, Ludlow, Boston-left -
Instant. Guano. To W Roach A co, and Order.
Ship Eddystone. Parks, Liverpool via Key
West-7 days.: Salt. To J A Enslow A co.
Norwegian bark colonist, Baarsrnd, Liverpool
89 days. Assorted cargo. To Ravenel A co, Or?
der, u P Poppenhelm, Hart A co, P Schuckma&n,
A E Gibson, G A Iren hoi m A Son, R T Walker, S
K Marshall A co, W L Webb, J E Adger A co
Norwegian bark Eldorado, Thomassen, Troon,
(Scotland)-61 days. Coal. To Order.
Brig Georgie, Swan, New York-7 days. Mdse
and hay. To Cohen A Wells, W M Bird A co, G E
White, F D 0 Kracke, W L Roddy, T S Lipscomb,
G W.King, B i.'Nelli, and others.
Commercial Line sehr Eugene Borda, Dukes,
New York-6 days. To H F Baker A co, S C Rail?
road Agent, Adams, Damon A co, W 0 Bee A co,
T M Bliss, W M Bird A oo. J C H Clausseu, J
Campsen A co, TM Cater, E R. Cowperthwalt, J
B Duval A Son, C D Franke, J H Gi aver A co,
Holmes A Calder, Geo S Hacker, Isaao Hall A co,
John Heins, Kduck, Wlckenberg A co, Lauroy,
Alexander A co, A Langer, Edward Lee, Mantone
A co, F L O'Neill, Bernard 'Neill, J F O'Neill,
Paul. Welch A Branches, J A Quackenbush, Rave?
nel, Holmes A co, D H Sile x, P P Toale, Tiede
mon, Calder A co: Wagener A Monsees, Geo W
Williams A co, W AI Webb, Steedman Yeadon, and
Steamer Pocosln, Gannon. Edisto and Way
Landings. Shales cotton and sundiies. To J M
Murray. L;D Mowry A co, and others.
Sloop Magdalen, from Broad River. 500 bush?
els ro vg h nee and 3 bigs sea Island cotton. To
W A Boyle.
Sloop Jolla Dean, Ha-ris. Conbab.ee. 1200 bush?
els rough rice. To W 0 Bee A cc
Sloop Mary, Mills, Pon Pon. 670 bushels rough
rice. To W 0 Bee A co.
Received rrom Ohlsolm's Mill, fif Merces rice.
To R Roper, Witte Bros, F D 0 Kracke.
IN THE OFFING.
Br ship Edith, T?ton, Havre. Mdse. To Henry
Br bark'Othere, McGregor, Havre. Mdse. To
Br ship City or Halirax, McEUhenny, Liverpool
Span brig Mercellta, Fabregas, Barcelona-W P
Sehr Mary H Stockham, Cordery, Baltimore-H
s Baker A CO.
Span brig Joven Carmelita, Anys, Barcelona.
Span brig Mercellta, Fabregas, Barcelona.
Span brig Prudente, Font. Barcelona.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Falcon, Haynle, at Baltimore. Jan?
uary 4-detained by rog.
Ship Nautiles,-, at Liverpool, January 5.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Ella Mathews, Mcllvaine, at Now Y'orfc
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr E B Everman, Corson, at Philadelphia.
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, at Baltimore, Jan?
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, January 6.-Noon.-Arrived, steam?
ships Arlington, Nautilus and Carlotta.
NEW YORE, January 5.-Noon.-Arrived, steam?
ships Weser and Columbia.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DYE AND
TILE SOUTHERN OYE HOUSE,
NO. 369 ran STREET,
Dyes and Cleans, by means or steam, Gentle- [
men's, Ladles' and Children's Clothes. Fine t
Laces and Lace Curtains cleaned and done !
op with the Sort or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace
and crape Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and
Mar Goods received and returned by Express.
Jun22-lyr L BILLEK,'Proprletor.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining In tue Postofllce
at Charleston, for the week ending January 5,
1871, and printed officially In TH* DULY NEWS,
as the newspaper ha ving the largest circulation
In the City of Charleston.
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should state that thuy are "Advertised."
49- Office hours from 8 A. M. to ty, P. M. On
Sundays, from 5>i to 6H P. Iii.
STANLEY 0. TROTT, Postmaster.
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Chaponle, An-Jackson, Geo F Rltch, FL ,
Cordes, Geo F Jones, Rev S B I Seel, Louis
Costa, G Johnson, Jno Shailer, o iver
Compton. J D Jbdiputarcoe- W
Cuneo, Glovan chea, Agrapl Sllvey.Jos
ni to Sinclair, Wm
Davidson, B M Ketchum, D W Simmons, P J
Davis, Collins Kennedy, Ed- Smith, Capt W
Davi?, James ward . G
Defportas, Ce- tetchier, F W Smith, Vincen
sar. k Lambie, J E Snipe, Pani
Diegnan, F Lange, ti D Spane, Corne
Douglas, Roten Lagere, Master lins
Doscher, J H Thomas Stemmerman, J
Drayton, Adam Lester, HB HW
Dunamond, An Lovltt, E H Suggs, J T
gustos Mann, T Hey- Tallin, M H
EustK (Lock- ward Thorne, J S
smith) Mathews, WTweltmanhr, DI
Evans, Rev Pas- (col'd) Vaughn, F P
tor Maluvlus, Hen Voigts, H
Findley, John drick Washington,
Flnegan, Mich- Marshall, An Edward
ael drew ?Walsh, Edward
Fl nek, Charles Mluges, A Webster, J E
Fields, Prince Mitchell, Chas Wheeling, Au
Fl ter, G N Mlnko, M A Co gustus
Fowler, Sylves Middleton, Wm Whipple, P
ter H Morris, Alfred Whitaker, T M
Friberg, J H Monroe, Moses wiermau, Eide
Francis, Jacob Monroe, James Wilson, W
F. L 0 P T
Gadsden, Amos Marray. Thomas Young, Vlny
Gatllce, Bob Myora, John Zetgkr, Ja
Gatlson, David |.
49- Persons depositing letters In the Postofflce
will please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a let?
ter cannot bejnalled, but will be sent tn the Dead
0 L U B L E
PRICE, $45 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
, FOR TIME.
Experience lu the use of this GUANO for the
past six years lu this State, for Cotton and Corn,
has so far established its character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy of the
Company to furnish the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
ls put Into market this season at the above re?
duced price, which the Company ls enabled to do
by reason o: Its large facilities am the reduced
cost or manufacture.
The supplies put into market this season are, as
heretofo.-?s prepared under the personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Julian Ravenel, Chemist of
the Company, at Charleston. S. C., hence planters
may rest assured that tts quality and c >mposlilon
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can be fertilized with 200 pounds Guano at a cost
not exceeding the present value of 30 pounds of
cotton, while experience has shown that under
favorable condition of season and cultivation, the
crop is increased by the application from two to
three-fold the natural capacity of the soil, hence
under no condition could its application fall to
compensate for the outlay.
Apply to J. H. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic wharf,
Charleston, S. 0.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
J)ACIFIO GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOB COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PRICE-$25 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR
This article is prepared nnder the superintend
mee of Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVENEL, expre-aly for
Jomposting with Cotton Seed.
It was Introduced by this Company two years
igo, and Its uss bas fully attested Its value. 200
0 250 ponnds of this article per acre, properly
iomposted with the same weight of cotton seed,
urnlshes the planter with a Fertilizer or the high?
iet excellence at the smallest cost. A Compost
>repared with this article, as by printed direc*
lons furnished, contains all the elements of fer
lilty that can enter into a First C ass Fertilizer,
valle its economy must commend Its liueral use
o planters. For supplies and printed directions,
or Composting, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 83 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
SAVANNAH AND CH AB LESTON RAIL?
Excursion Tickets for ONE FARE to and from
Charleston, good from the stn to the l?th Janu?
ary inclusive, will be Issued by this Company.
Horses to be used at the Tournament will be
passed at half rates. C. S. GADSDEN,
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, January 1, 1872.
Return Tickets to Charleston at Excursion Rate
will be on sale at Stations on this Road from the
8tti te the 12th instant, made good to return until
the 15th Instant.
A. L. TYLER. Mce-President.
S. B. PICRENS, General Ticket Agent.
$3" Papers In the interior please notice.
j^IVE AND LET LIVE.
Just received, an assortment of
FINE IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
OYSTERS SERVED IN EVERY STYLE.
LUNCH DAILY PROM ll TO 1.
D. F. GLEASON,
No. 1C4 MARKET STREET.
fJIHE MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE
CORNER OF EAST BAY AND UNITY ALLEY.
NEW BARROOM AND RESTAURANT.
HOT AND COLD LUNCHES EVERY DAY FROM
10.30 TO 1 O'CLOCK.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
HOT AND COLD DRINKS.
H. H. BADENHOP,
jani-6 Corner East Bay and Unity Alley.
COOEING AND HEATING STOVES
WILLIAM SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET,
NO. 35 PINOKNEY STREET.
"ITT HAT ADVANTAGES
THE "ELIAS HOWE" MACHINE OVER OTHERS ?
First.-The public know lt to be durable. A
conclusive evidence is, twenty years have not
placed second-hand "HOWE" Machines in the
market. It cannot be Bald of any other machine.
Second.-It c?malas the material for its own
Third.-It has less wearing points than any
Fourth.-It draws up a stitch as you do . by
hand; others do not.
Fifth.-You have perfect control over both
threads; ?tuera hare not.
Sixth.-It gives off thread in proportion to the
thickness of fabric sewed, thereby a vol ling slow
motton over teams, dropping stitches and break?
ing or needles-a great objection to all either ma*
Seventh.-It sews a tight seam in ena si me re,
burying the thread on ei'her side, and then a
tissue paper, without change of tension.
Eighth.-The presser foot ls easily swung out
of the way when you seta needle or pot under
j work. IC :s not so with any other.
Among ttie many "FIRST PREMIUMS ' award,
ed THE ELIAS HOWE SEWING MACHINES, may
be mentioned the following:
The International Exhibition of all Nations,
London, 1862, a Gold Medal.
New York state Fair, i860.
Exposition Cnl verseile, Paris, 1867,a Gold Medal.
Cross of the Legion of Honor to Elias Howe,
Jr., as Original Inventor.
Ohio State Fair, 1868.
New York State Fair, 1S68.
Vermont State Fair, 1868.
Recollect that Mr. HOWE was the Original In?
ventor or Sewing Machines, and gave twenty
years or hu ure to perfecting thu Machine.
EVERY MACHINE ?s~FULLY WARRANTED
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
IS EVERY CASE.
tO" If you are prejudiced in favor of any par?
ticular Machine, st least examine THE HOWE
before you purchase.
OFFICE No. 302 KINO STREET,
ALFRED G. ELY,
decie-swimo Agent South Carolina.
F. F. SEWING MACHINE
has not jet become such a drug In the market as
to require tobe hawked through the streets or
left at the residences against the wishes or the oc?
cupants. But my sales have not diminished, nor
has the reputation of these Machines suffered by
Call and see the JI and you will bs convinced o
D. B. HASELTON,
dec20-lmo Ho. 307 KING STREET.
THE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER & WILSON,
THE MOST POPULAR
F1MM SEWING MIME.
Between six and seven hundred thousand now
in use. Is the most simple, runs easier, and makes J
less noise than any other first-class Lock Stitch
Machine. Does all kinds of work usually done by
band. Has better attachments for Hemming,
Frilling, Tucking. Cording, Quilting, Gathering,
Ac, than any other Machine. These Machines
are now offered for salo in this city on the LEASE
PLAN, at Ten Dollars per month until paid for.
Thorough Instruction given, and satisfaction
guaranteed tn au cases. Old Machines repaired
and adjusted by a competent machinist. A few
Ure men can find regular and profitable employ,
ment, either on salary or commission, by applying
Parlor and Sale-room No. 200 KING STREET.
W. G. BRUCE, Agent.
WHYTE A HARRAL, General Agents, dec is
Reliable Scabs for sale by
dec22 DB. H. BAER, Ko. 131 Meeting street.
The Fine Sap M?SCONGUS, Gr< ves, Maa J&M
ter, havlns a large poition of lier cargo en-SBJt
gaged, will meet witti dispatch. For freight en?
gagements apr-ly to
Jan3 6_WAQSER, HUGER A CO.
The favorite British bark BELTTSTE. J?i*
?Williams. Moeter, having a porrton or her ?BBL
cargo engaged, will be dispatched for the above
port. For Freight engagements, apply to
dec28 ROBERT MORE A CO.
JIOR FORT SUMTER,
BATTERY WAGENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND TUE HARBOR.
The fast, safe and comfortably appointed ^Mt?,
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharrSSR
BYBBY DAY, at 10 o'clocY morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNG,
novio On Board.
P O E BALTIMORE.
FREIGHTS REOEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The floe Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
6th January, at 6 o'clock P. M.
jgy Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods from the
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
Jan3-t No. 2 Union Wharves.
JOE NE W. Y O ll 1
NEW YORK AN'D CHARLESTON
The splendid Side-Wheel Steamship CHAM?
PION, R. W. Lockwood, Commander, will sall
from Adger's Wharf on SATURDAY, the 6th
Instant, at 2 o'clock P. M. ^
ff Marine Insurance by this line, nair per
tr Throngh Bills of Lading given on Cotton tr.
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng?
end manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage, ar pl ? to
JanS-4 JAMES ADOER A CO., Agents.
I TEAM TO LIVERPOOL DIRECT.
THE FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP
D A B I E N
Will leave Savannah for Liverpool on E RID AT, the
12th or January, receiving cargo np to the Uth,
unless previously CUL .
She tia* superior accommodation for cabin pas?
sengers, her saloon being unusually lofty. Rate
or passage $80, gold.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
ANDREW LOW <t CO..
Will be followed by other fl rat-class Steamers.
VU. SAVANNAH. TWICE A WEEK.
?rgS?EBJThe splendid Steamers?gSm?Hi^^
_ nirry A Tn a_rmmaln COTBTTBB
WILL SAIL A3 FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TTEHDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
Therein' POINT every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocoi
for St. Augustine, and at Jacksonville and Pa
latka with steamers for Enterprise; also with
i steamers for the Oklawaha River.
uiose connection la made -with steamships
at Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely on no detention of freights to
New Orleans, and at lowest ratea. -
For Freight or Passage, having first-class ac?
commodations, apply to
KA VE S EL A co., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's wharr and Fast Bay.
Throngh Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
These Steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio for Darlen, Brunswick,
Satilla River, and all intermediate landings.
Freights for these points must be prepaid here.
^-EEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA-,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. 0.
The Steamer *
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leave Accommodation Wharr ? . ?flr^w
every MONDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock,
for savannah, Beaufort, Hilton Head and span
Uh Wella. Returning will leav j Savannah every
Will leave for Beaufort, Pad nc and Chlsolra'a
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must i>eprepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care of Agents will be for
I warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES * CO.,
novl - :so. 177 East Bay.
Cloding ano irnrnistjing Oooin
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK
BOYS' & MEN'S CLOTHING,
CORNER ;KING AND WENTWORTH STS.
ELEGANT IN STYLE
MODERATE LN PRICES.
ORDERED WORK DEPARTMENT
ENGLISH ft FRENCH GOODS.
WINE OF APOCYNUM, OB DOGS
Highly recommendedin diseases or the Stomach,
Heart and Liver, and useful as a Tonic in Nervous
For Bale by by the agent,
ALFRED RAOUL, M D.,
nov27-m wf2mo 219 King st., Charleston, S. 0.
?jarotDar*, aTntUrtj, (Sfatt?, #c.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, AC.
We have Just received a fall Stock of English, German and American HARDWARE, consisting In
part of _. .
FINE TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES AND SCISSORS, OF RODGERS.
WOSTENHOLM AND OTHER MAKE.
FINE, MEDIUM AND LOW-PRICED MEN AND BOY'S GUNS
HOES? TBACE8. >'<r'l> A?ES.
A FULL STOCK OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, OF MOST APPROVED PATTEENS
- o-; .. . -
We call the attention of Merchants, Planters, and the Public generally, to the above Goods, which
we guarantee to be all we represent, and will be sold at the lowest ligures.
G. KERRISON, Jr., & CO.,
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF MEETING AND HASEL STREETS.
SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT !
GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS AND DIPLOMA AWARDED TO SINGER SEWING MACHINE AT 8A
VAKNAH FAIR, NOVEMBER, 1S71.
FIRST PREMIUM AT ATLANTA FAIR, uCTOBEB, 1871, FOR BEST FAMILY MACHINE
PREMIUM AT THE MACON FAIR, OCTOBER, 1871, FOR FAMILY MACHINE, WITH BEST
AND MOST USEFUL ATTACHMENTS.
FIRST PREMIUM AT THOMASVJXLE, NOVEMBER 2,1871, FOB BEST FAMILY MACHINE.
GOLD MEDAL AND THREE SILVER MEDALS AWARDED THE SINGER AT THE AU?
GUSTA FAIR, NOVEMBER, 1871. .>. ;%
EXAMINE OUR MACHINES.
H. D. HAWLEY,
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUIH CAROLINA, GEORGIA AND FLORUDA.
J. CI4ARK BEDELL,
novU-tutha RESIDENT AGENT, 0HARLE8TON, S. C.
I THREE VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLES ARE OPFERED BY THE SULPHURIC ACID AND SUPER?
PHOSPHATE COMPANY, OF CHARLESTON, S. C., viz:
A comnete MANURE, adapted to COTTON, GRAIN AND TOBACCO, being the weU-knpwn article
heretofore offered at the very high grade of 15 PER GENT. DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF
LIM^, wHh?he aldttlon, as heretofore, of PERUVIAN GUANO, AMMONIA AND POTASH. Price $66
I pft ton, if paid on or before the 1st of ApfU next, and $e ) per ton payable 1st November, 1872.
ETIWAN * CROP FOOI).
A new article of aboat>the same high grade or^olnble Phosplmtc compl??T?ed^th th^meirts
of Cotton Seed In such a manner as to Insure one of the BEST FERTILIZERS FOR COTTON AND
GRAIN, at a lower price than the ETIWAN GUANO. Price $40 per ton, If palo} on or before the 1st of
April next, $43 per ton payable 1st November, 1872. ?'
ETIWAN DiSSOLVED BON?.
Averaging from 18 to 20 per cent, of DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, sn| thus^Unr?e
Planter, by composting, to obtain two tons of half that grade at a saving o? ONE-HALF COST AND
FREIGHT' Price $35 per ton, if paid on or before the 1st of April next, $40 per ton payable lat No
sa-' Take notice that all these FERTILIZERS are of the highest grade of SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE,
and most nelp for more than one year.
W. C. BEE & GO., General Agents,
dec'20-thstu ' CHARLESTON. 8. C.?,
SA RD Y'S
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC (jrTJANO.
CASH PRICE AT FACTORY, $? per ton. Time, $'i0.
CASH, $50. TIME, $65.
ACID BONE PHOSPHATE.*
CASH, $26.9T(ME, $30. .
GKOUND CAROLINA PHOSPHATE.
CASH, $16. TIME, $20.
NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER.
CASH, $13. _ '
rt-w???-?^^*A?*l0N/AT15P SO"?" PACIFIC and PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN GUANOS are
rich compoundaor the highest grades o : Bune Phosphate?, rendered soluble and ammonUtM witt
No. 1 Peruvian Guano and animal matter, making the most concentrated and pfofltaWeFerMlteers?
use, comblciug the Ingredients required to projuce and support the Cotton Plant and Cereals.
^=tW,?ne *5S5 F?r,tll,?e,ra are warranted to bs kept up to their high standard, the prices have been
materially reduced for the present season.
Manufactured and for sale at Charleston, s. c., by
JOHN B. SARD Y & SON. .
Messrs. G. A. TRENHOLM A SON, General Agents. Also for sale by Agents thronghout the Sooth.
For analyses and certificates send for pamphlet. _ ' ^ dec2l--ttotu8a?8 ,
ATLANTIC AGID PHOSPHATE. \
BThls Article, prepared by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the direction of their
ChemlBt, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, for composting with Cotton Seed, is now offered at the Reduced
Price of 938 per ton cash, or 931 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, Freaof Interest.
Orders filled now will be considere! as Cash 1st March, 1872, or on Time as due lat November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul lt at a time when their Wagoo and Mules are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents
decaemos_' BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE. ~"
This FERTILIZER, manufacured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the direc?
tion of their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, is now offered to the Planting Community AT
THE VERY REDUCED PRICE OF $48 PER TON CASH, or 85? PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very extensively used in this State, and has given entire satisfaction:
some of the most practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound for pound.
All sales made now will be considered as cash on the 1st of March, 1872, and to those rowing on
j ?me the sale will be considered as due on 1st November. 1872.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, wlthont?xtra cost, to haul their Manure at a
time when their wagons and mules are Idle.
furnB o??? " ^ Wh? *T UMd thC ATLANnC PHOSPHATE Will be
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec8-4mos _ BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
OF CHARLESTON, SO. CA.,
Properly appreciating the necessity of fostering the planting Interest of the South, resolved in the
outset to offer their FERTILIZERS at a price which would place them within the reach of every
They offer their "SOLUBLE GUANO," a complete Ammoniated Fertilizer, at $45 cash, or $50 on a
credit to the 1st of November next, with approved city acceptance, WITHOUT IKTSRXST.
The "DISSOLVED PHOSPHATE," for composting with Cotton Seed or Stable Manure, ls now
offered at the very low price of $25 cash, or $30 on credit, as above. This la highly recommended by
planters who used lt last year to their entire satisfaction.
J. D. AIKEN, General Agent.
WM. RAVENEL, President.
E. FRANK COE S
AMMONIATED DONE SUPERPHOSPHATE,
AND COE'S PURE DISSOLVED BONE.
The above superior FERTILIZERS, admitted by every Planter who has nsed them to be the best
and most profitable of any of the Commercial Manures, are now offered for sale by the Agents at very
mnch Reduced Prices, in order that every Planter may be enabled to use them.
Pamphlets containing the reports of the success of these Fertilizers will be furnished on appli?
cation to the Agents.
The Phosphate is sold at $48 per ton cash, or $53 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
The Dissolved Bone at $50 per ton cash, or $59 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents/
decS-lmos BROWN'S WHARF, C II AK LE S TON, 8. C.