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LAWS OF THE STATE.
ACTS OF THU GENERAL ASSEMBLY
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Published by Authority.
AN ACT to Empower the Judge3 of the Pro?
bate Court, lu their respective Counties, to
Whereas doubts have arisen whether Judges
of the Probate Court in this State are author?
ized to issue executionsto carry into effect
any order, sentence or decree ol such court;
Ba it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the State of South Caro?
lina, now met and sitting lu General Assem?
bly, and by the authority of the same:
SECTION L That from and after the passage
of this act the Judges of the Probate Court, In
the several counties in ibis State, may, and
they are hereby, lully authorized and em?
powered to Issue executions, when lhat is the
necessary and proper process to carry into
effect any order, sentence or decree of euch
SEC. 2. That all acts and parts of acts Incon?
sistent with this act, be, and the same are
Approved January 31, 1872.
AN ACT to Regulate the Granting of Divorces.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State of South
Carolina, now met and sitting in General As?
sembly, and by the authority ol the same:
When the validity of a marriage shall be
denied or doubted by either ol the parties, the
Other may institute a suit for affirming Ihe
marriage; and upon due proof of the validity
thereof, it shall be decreed to be valid, and
such decree shall be conclusive upon a1! per?
SEO. 2. That a divorce from the ban of mit-1
rlmony may be decreed for the following
2d. Where either parly wilfully abandons or
deserts the other for the period of two years:
Provided, That when the suit is Instituted by
the parly deserting, lt appears that the deser?
tion was caused by the extreme cruelty of the
other party, or that the desertion by the wife
was caused by the grots or wanton and cruel
neglect of the husband to provide suitable
maintenance for her, he being of sufficent
ability so to do.
EEO. 3. That tte Circuit Couria of Common
Pleas shall have original Jurisdiction of suits
for annulling or affirming marriages or for
divorces. No such suit shall be maintained,
unless the parties, or one of them, is a citizen
of thia State, or shall have resided therein at
least one whole year previous to Instituting j
the same. The suit shall be brought In the
County In which the parties last cohabited, or
(at the option of the plaintiff) In the county J
In which the defendant resides, if a resident |
of this State; bnt if not, then in the county
In which the plaintiff resides.
SEC. 4. That suits for divorce shall be com-1
menced by summons and complaint, in the
same manner as other actions; and, whether j
the deft-ndant answers or not, the eau. ? shall j
be heard, independen) ly of the admissions o? j
either parly in the pleading, or otherwise.
Costs may be awarded to either party, as Jus?
tice and equity may require.
? SEC. 5. That the court, In term, or the Judge,
In vacation, may, at any time pending the suit,
make any order that may be proper to compel
the man to pay any sums necessary for the
maintenance of the woman, and to enable her
to carry out the suit, or to prevent him from
imposing any restraint on her personal liberty,
or to provide for the custody and maintenance
of the minor children of the parlies during the
pendency ol the suit, or to preserve the estate
Of the minor, so that lt be forthcoming to meet j
any decree which may be made in the suit, or J
to compel him to give necessary security to
abide such decree.
SEC. 6. When the suit is for divorce for
adultery, the divorce Bhali not be granted if lt
appear that the parties voluntarily cohabited
after the knowledge of the fact of the adul?
tery, or that it occurred more than five years
before the institution of the suit, or that lt was
committed by the procurement or connivance
of the plaintiff.
SEC. '7. Upon decreeing the dissolution of a J
marriage, and also upon decreeing a divorce,
the court may make such further decree as it j
shall deem expedient concerning the estates j
and maintenance of the parties, or either ol
them, and the care custody and maintenance
of the children, and make a new decree con?
cerning the same, as the circumstances of ihe
children may require.
SEC. 8. When a divorce ls granted for the
canse of adultery or wilful desertion, com?
mitted by the husband, the wife shall be en?
titled to her dower in his lands, In the same
manner as If he were dead; but she shall not
be entitled to dower in any other case ot
divorce from the bond of matrimony.
SEC. 9. Upon the dissolution of a marriage
by a decree of nullity or divorce for any cause,
except that of adultery, commuted by the wife,
the wife shall be entitled to the immediate
possession of her real estate, in i ike manner as
If her husband were dead; and the court may
make a decree restoiing to the wife the' whole
or any part of the personal eBlate that may
have come to the husband by reason of the
marriage, or a ward lng to her the value thereof j
In money, to be paid by the husband.
SEC. 10. When the court deems it proper to
award to the wife any personal estate, or J
money In lieu thereof, lt may require the hus-1
band to disclose, on oath, what personal es?
tate has come to him by reason of the mar?
riage, and how lt has been disposed of, and
what portion thereof remains in his hands.
SEC. ll. When a divorce is decreed for any
of the cause3 mentioned ia Section 2 of this
act, the court granting lt may decree alimony
to the wife, or any share of her estate in the
nature of alimony to the husband.
SEC. 12. When alimony or other annual al?
lowance ls decreed for the wife or children,
the court may require sufficient security to be
given for its payment, according to the terms
of the decree.
SEC. 13. Upon actions of divorce for the
cause mentioned in Section 2 of this ad, in
order to secure a suitable support and main
tenance to the wife and such children as may
be committed to her care and custody, an at?
tachment of the husband's real and personal
estate may be made by the officer serving the
summons. The amount for which the attach?
ment may be made shall be expressed in the
warrant of attachment, which must be obtain?
ed from a Judfre or a clerk of the court in
which, or before whom, the action ls brought.
SEC. 14. That all laws relation to attach?
ment of real or personal esl ate shall apply to
attachments herein provided for, so far as the
same are not inconsistent with this act.
SEC. 15. When an Inhabitant of this State,
whose marriage has been consummated there?
in, shall go Into another State or country sole?
ly to obtain a divorce, for any cause occurring
here, end whilst the parties resided here, or
for any canse which would not authorize a
divorce by the laws of this State, a divorce so
obtained shall be o? no foroe or effect In this
Approved January 31, A. v. 1872.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-sis
bales cotton, 73 tierces rice, 93 bales domestic
Roods, 13 tons old Iron, 208 obis naval atores, 80
bags cocoannts, and 33 packages Baudrles.
The Charleston Cotton, Klee and naval
OFFICE CHARLKRTON NRWS.
FRIDAY EVENING. February 2, 1872.
COTTON.-This article exhibited a dull market,
the inquiry being light and transactions unim?
portant, quotations remaining nominally un?
changed. Sales about 100 bales, and the evening
berore about 200, cot reported-together 800
bale?, say 3 at 19, 3 at 19?. 20 at 19?, 21 at 20, 20
at 20?, 3 at 20?, io at 20?. Tat 21?; and the
afternoon before, 8 at 19?, 24 at 20?, ?o ~. 21?,
58 at 21?, 36 at 21?, 24 at 22c. We quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.19?@20?
RICE.-There was a fair demand, but the offer?
ing stock was light. Sales 45 tierces or clean Car?
olina, aay io tierces at 7?, 35 tierces at 713-16.
We quote common to fair at6?a7?, good 7?@
MAYAL STORES.-There were no sales reported.
FHKIQUTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
fork, ?don uplands, ld on sea Ulanda; by sall,
6 ie??d on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Havre lc on uplands. Coastwise-to New York by
steam ?c on uplands and lc on sea islands; $2 9
.tierce an rice; by sall ?c on cotton; - ? tierce
on rice; 40c *fl barrel on rosin; $7@8 V M on lura
Oer; $9@io rU on timber. To Boston, by sall
<c "ft ft on upland cotton. To Providence, by
?all $8 ? M on boards, ?c "ft ft on cotton ; by
steam $1 "ft bale on New Vork rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam ?c # ft on uplands; by sall, $7
f) M on boards; $9 on timber; $3 per ton en clay,
a'jd $3a$3 so on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
steam ?c ?ft ft by sall, $6 60@7 f U OD boards;
$3@3 25 ? ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In
lemand by oar merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and sat illa River,
Qa., and Jacksonville, Fla, to Northern ports,
and $io@i2 9 u are the rates on ?amber and
EXCHANGE.-sterling 60 day bills 1S?@18?.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are pur?
chasing sight checks at ? off, and sell at par.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, February 2.
Noon.-Consols 92?. Bonds 92?.
PARIS, February 2.
Noon.-Rentes 571 20c. Bullion has increased
two aid a quarter millions.
Nsw TOBE February 2.
Noon.-Freights dal', stocks firm and steady.
Governments firm and dall. Money 6. Gold 9?.
Exchange, long 9; short 9?.
Evening.-Money 6a6. Gold 9?. Sterling firm
at 9. Governments dull and steady, states very
dull. Tennessees 65?; new 65?. Virginias co";
new 56. Louisianas 65;new 50; levees 62; eights
70. Alabamas 90; lives 60. Georgian 70; sevens
85. > oreti Carolinas 32; new 16. sooth caroli?
nas 60; new 29?.
NEW ORLEANS, February 2.
Sterling 18?. Sight ? discount. Gold lu?.
LIVERPOOL, February 2.
Noon.-O tton opened quiet; uplands ll ?a
ll?d, Orleans ll?all?d; salei 16,000, nnd tor
the week 168,0 o bales; export 15,000, speculation
64,000; stock 469.030. or which 14",ooo are Ameri?
can ; receipts ror the week 79,000, or whic 131,000
are American; actual export? 14.000.
Evening.-Colton afloat 435.000, American 231,.
000; cotton closed quiet; uplands U?d, Orleans
H?d; sales 16,000; export and speculation 4000.
Manchester Arm and quiet.
NEW YORK, February 2.
Noon.-Cotton quiet and weak; uplands 22?c,
Orleans 23; Bales 1228 bales.
Evening-Cotton steady: sales 2269 bales; np
lands 22?d. Orleans 23c. Futures last evening
5250 bales: February 22 7-10, 22?. 221 16. 22 S18,
22?; March 22?. 22 15 16, 22?; April 23 5-16;
May 23?; June 23?. To day 690u bales: February
22?,323-l6: March 22?. 22 1316,9311-16. 22K:
April 22?, 22?, 22 ll 16, 221316; May 23?; June
BOSTON, February 2.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22?. Net receipts 79;
gross 1514. Pales 750. Net receipts ror the week
1224; s ress 13,334. Exports to O' cit Britain iso.
sales for the week 4000. Stock 8000.
PROVIDENCE, February 2.
Cotton strong; stock 12,000.
PHiLADBDrniA. February 2.
Cotton qnlet; middlings 22?. Net receipts for
the week 1S62; gross 4752.
BALTIMORE, February 2.
Co'ton less active; prices maintained; mid?
dlings 22)i@22?. Net receipts 227; gross 364. l-x
ports coastwise 310). Sales 660. Stock 2791. Net I
receipts for the week 956; gross 3007. Exports
coastwise 1456. Sales for tt.e week 2850.
NORFOLE, February 2.
Cotton quiet; low middlings sic; net receipts
1060 baie-: exports coastwise 1533; sales 100;
btoek 2368; net receipts of thc week 8132; exports
coastwise 8390; sales ef the week 1400.
CITY POINT, Februarv 2
Cotton-receipts 644 bales.
WILMINGTON, February 2.
Cotton Arm: midd Un es ni )ic; net receipts 179
bales; sales 82; stock 388*; net receipts or the
week 825; exports coastwise 1298; sales or the
SAVANNAH. Fibruary 2.
Cotton qnlet. and holders firm; middlings 21?a
21?c; net receipts 2263 bales; exports coast-iee
235; siles 1O00; stock 7670; net rrcelpta or the
week 12,827; exporta to Gi eat Britain 6488; to
Continent 3600; coastwise 3623; sales of the week
AUGUSTA, February 2.
Cotton qnlet; middlings 21c; rece pta ?sio bales;
sales 450; stock 1871,219J; 1872, 16,965; receipts of
the week 429 >, sales or the week 4665.
MACON, February 3.
Cotton Arm; middlings 21c; receipt* or the week
975 bales; shipments 2335; stock 1S71,17,339; 1872.
COLUMBUS, February 2.
Cotton quiet; siles 1600 bales; stock 1871, 11,700
1872, 10,315; receipts or the week 785; shipments
MONTGOMERY, February 2.
Cotton-recelp's or the week 620 ba es; Bhlp
menta 16C0; stock 1871,13,069; 1872, 8113.
SELMA, February 2.
Cotton-stock 1871, 1804 bales; 1872, 5i70- re?
ceipts for the week 965; shipments los.
MEMPHIS. February 2.
Cotton quiet and Arm; middlings 22?a22?c
receipts 1417 bales; shipments 128i; stock 1871,
24 416; 1872,10,016; salea for the week 15,003.
NASHVILLE, February 2.
Cotton d?ll and heavy; low middlings 20?a
20?c; stock 1871, 4305 b.les; 1872. 6655; net re?
ceipts for the week 88; ship un ea ta 2905.
MOBILE, February 2.
Cotton qnlet and weak; mtddiinira 21 ?c: net
receipts 2529 bales; exports coastwise 102*; sales
500; stock 67.978; net recelnisfor the week 9720
exports to the Continent30,360; receipts for the
week 12,415; shipments 10,016; sales for the week
NEW ORLEANS, February 2.
Cotton quiet and weak; mid-1 linga 22?a22?; net
receipts 6820 bales, noas "664; exports to Grear.
Britain 1609, Revel I80J, Barcelona 6J0, coastwise
63; saler rsoo; stock 241 908; bes receipts f r the
week 33,220, gross 39,746; exports to Great Britain
6263. Genoa 2726, Barcelona 2187. Revel 1663, coast?
wise 3314; sales fur the w<ek 47,soo.
GALVESTON, February 2.
Cotton quiet; good ordinary 20c; net receipts
.20; exports coastwise 93; sates 300; stock 50 217
I !*?F????*<* w'ek 4519; exports to tho contl
I nent 525; coastwise 879; salea or week 1500 bales.
PROVISION AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
". NEW YORK, February 2.
Noon.-Floor dull and heavy. Wheat quiet and
Orm. Corn unchanged. Pork quiet; new mess
$14 50. Lard cull at 9?a9?c. '?urpentlne quiet
I and Arm at 74c. Rosin quiet and unchanged at
$4 60a4 65 ror strained. K
Kvening-Flour quiet and unchanged. Wills
key steady. Wheat quiet and stead*, with a lim?
ited export demand; winter red Western $1 eua
166. Corn less active, without material change
Rice dull at 7*a8?c. Pork quiet sud unchang?
ed. Lard a shade armer, at 9?a9?. Turpentine
quiet and Arm at 74 cts. Rosin quiet and un
1 cha ged.
WILMINGTON, February 2.
Spirits of turpentine strong at 71. Rosin Arm 1
$3 90 for Btrained. and $7 *5 for pale. Crude'
turpen:lne Arm at $4 00 for hard, $0 00 for yellow
dip and virgin. Tar Arm at $2 60.
NEW ORLEANS, February 2.
Sutrar Arm: Inrerlor 6?a7?c; common 7>iaS:
rair 8?a8"i;good rair to Tully fair 8?<9>i; prime
to smelly prime 9?al0. Molasses a; tive and
armer; Inferior 30c; common 85; centrifugal 35
a48; fair 45; prime 49a55 C-ffce Arm; ordinary
20c; fair 20?a2l; g jod 2i?a2l*; prime ?l?*22?.
", CINCINNATL Februiry2.
kT?Lan? coro steady. Pork dull and nominal
at $13 25. Lard dull; kettle 9*. Bacon dull at
pnces asked and no demand; shoulders 6V;
Bides 7?a7?. Whiskey weak a 88. u - ?'*?
_ . LOUISVILLE. February 2.
Bagging unchanged. Fleur active ami Urra.
Corn quiet. Pork st-ady at $13 75. L*rd quiet
I and Arm. Whiskey steady at 88.
New York Coffee Market.
Th" r. ., .. KE7R YORK, January 81.
The Dally Bulletin says: The general ncslilon
Kr6ht0 exhltjlt a 80rt or contest Sr
between buyers and sellers, with no DoslttveirAtn
for el. her side during the several daysI SSI6 In
?rfHaler8ral,odeveloP t,ie anxiety expect?
ed of them an', saem determined to handle no
goods except to the extent of such parcels as the
most urgeDtaud positive wants may make neces
sary, and as thelrstu?ks do not fall away rapidly.
Jobbers are not inclined to purchase at current
values, though a number are d?sirions of havlrg
the market fullv sustained until they can work
off some of their* high-priced goods. No further
advices are looked for from Rio Janeiro for I
severa? days to come, bot the late accounts are ]
considered by importers SB sufficiently encourag?
ing to require something of a very unexpected
and decided character to counteract them, and all
the cargoes on spot or to arrive which may now
be unsold are held at extreme ligures and quite
indifferently offered. East India grades are beld
firmly and the bulk of the supply here Is eo con?
centrated as to be under pretty easy control, but
some odd parcels are avalUble to arrive, and
pending the disposal of these the market does
not improve, though prices are not as high In pro?
portion as on other qualities. West India stock
c mparatlvely scarce In first hands and some of |
the second-hand accumulations becoming re?
duced, with prices very firm and sellers less
anxious than buyers, thongh the latter move
wi1 h eau* lon. The movement at t his port to -day
has again proved moderate, and we hear of no
transactions worthy of record. At the ootports,
however, there has been a little doing In Brazils,
with sales at Baltimore of 4500 bags per "Cam?
panero," and at New Orleans 2990 nags, balance
per "David," the latter clearing out the entire
stock tn flrst hands at the port named. The stock
of Brazils at the ports, as made np this morning
by Messrs. Wm. Scott A Sons, was as follows:
Galveston 6000; New Orleans 2999; Mob le sos7;
Savannah lCOO: Baltimore 6920; New ?ork 79,289.
Total 99,295. We quote Rio, gold, In bond, as fol?
lows: Ordinary cargoes lSKaiex; fair cargoes
I7al7tf: good cargoes n^ais; prime cargoes
New Torie Rice Harket.
NEW YORK. January 31.
The Tally Bulletin says: The trade are calling
for a few small lots as wanted for dally wants,
and find a stock equal to the demand. The assor
mentof domestic, however, can bardi? be called
first class, and prime to choice lots mle quite firm
at full figures. Foreign s'eady on all grades.
Salei to dayof 40 tes Carolina at 7%a8Kc for good
to prime, 150 bags Rangoon at 6%a7c, and In bond
6Q0 bags Rangoon at $3 30 gold.
.Vcw Ycrk.V'avaliiorcs Market.
NEW YORE, January 31.
The Dolly Bulletin says: Receipts to day 8188
bbls rosin, 61 bbls spirits turpentine. 651 bbls tar.
Sptrlts turpentine are again bigher and very firm,
closing at abont 74c. We note sales of 232 bbl* at
73a74c. Rosins are quiet, but steady, at $3 00a
3 70 for good strained. Tar 1B fairly active, with
sales of 800 bbh Washington at $312>i. Pitch re?
mains quiet but steady.
"Wilmington Maiket-Weekly Report*
WILMINGTON, January 2,
SriaiTS TURPENTINE-Has ad vac ced since onr
last rev.ew under a good local demand, ar d fa?
vorable cable advices. On Frldr.y the market
opened steady and advanced 1 cent, and remain?
ed In tbal state until Monday, when a further
advance of 2 cents was effected, and has rema! ed
firm at advanced quotations np to the close of I
our review with ttttb to be had at 70 cen?s. The '
business for the week foots up 1954 casks.
ROSIN.-Daring the earlier part of the week,
strained rosin was sold freely, but in a 1 Instances
ata decline of 5al0c. Since then rosin has re
matned In a kind or morbid state, the fruitless
efforts f:om merchants ti obtain suitable ton?
nage, and a weak market No th, being the cause
of the present stagnation. Ihe buslnesi for the
week foots np about 1634 bbls.
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Mas advanced 20c since
onr last review. The receipts have been com?
paratively small, and the demand good. The
stock on hand ls smaller than lt has been for
TAR-Hes been Fought after this wiek to some
considerable extent, and has advanced 35c per
pound, and closes firm at our highest quotations.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
COLUMBIA, February 1.
Sales of cotton to day 75 bales; middlings 2l,'?c.
The market ls active and strong.
Yo KP VILLE, January 31.
Cotton 18 to 20XC.
CHESTER, January 31.
Low middling 20c, middling 20>ic.
W NN8BORO', February 1.
For the past two days 61 bales of cotton have
been sold In this market at prices ranging from 18
to 20 ??C
MONTGOMERY, January 31.
Weqnote the market firm today; good ordi?
nary 20X, strict good ordinary 21%, low mid?
dlings 21 >i, middlings 21X&
SELMA, January 30.
Sales to day 426 bales; middlings 21 low mid?
dlings 21, strict good ordinary 2u>ia20J?c There
has been a good and general dom an J. Market
strong, prices advanolng.
Receipt? by Railroad, February a.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1055 bales upland cotton, 2 cars stock, mdse,
ic. To Railroad Agent, w P Dowllog, Geo W
williams A co, Geo tl Walter A co, Mowry A Son,
Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Wl&s A co, Treobolm A Son,
A J Salinas, Witte Bros, Mnrdangh A Mathews,
W W Smith, Fro:?t, Adger A co, Heeder A Davis, /
S Smith, Moan A Seignlons, W B Smith A co,1
P Smith, T G Boag. W Gurney. W c Bee A co, W1
Dukes A co, L D DeSaussure, R Mure A co, W R
Ryan, Kinsman A Howell, G F Crawley, Wardlaw
A Carew. W U courtney A co, P c Trenholm.
86 bales upland ootton, 105 bbls naval stores,
cara wood and lumber, rough rice, nails, mdse,
ic. To A J .-ali?as, Whllden A Jones, W K Ryan,
A S Smith, Barden A Parker, Pelzer, Rodgers A
co, Trenholm A Son, Caldwell A Son, Reeder A
Davis, G W Williams A co. G H Watter A co, W O
Courtney A co. Kinsman A Dowell, V7 C Bee A co,
T P Smith, J R Pringle A Son, S K Marshall A cn,
J Colcock A co, R M Buller A Son, w tiarra), R V
Byrnes, Mowry A Son. Wilcox, Gibbs A co, F W
Pelper, C Johnon, J Johnson, ll Wagner, J Green,
G U Ingrahum A Son, L E Connor A Son, Geo S j
Hacker, C Lelbenrood, E Welling, Railroad Agent
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
15 bab s cotton, 10 cars lumber, rough rice,
fra n. mdse, Ac. To F Richards. W P Dowling,
A En slow A co, E N Thurstan, W Gurney, J M
Per steamship Charleston, from New York
O H Bennett, Miss Mary Bussing, Mrs T Garrett,
W R llovt, J S Bussln*. Mrs H M Britton. F Car?
penter. P O'Neill. Mrs O'Neill. II Woodman and
wife, Mrs Ellen John-on. Mrs Lorlog, J C Smith,
C Lowry, R .W Patterson, W ? Patters n, Leroy
Peyton. R McPherson. W Locke, J il Slack, Geo
Walker, and two steerage.
POUT CAZ EN DAM.
Last Quarter. 2d 4 hours. 50 minutes, morning.
New Moon 8 .n. 8 hours 32 minutes, evei lng.
First Quarter. 16th. 1 honr, 6 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, -4iii, 5 hours, 37 mlautes, morning.
JAN. a FEB.
R. A 6.
CHAP.LESTOX, 8. C.FEBRUARY 3, 1872.
..at 38deg 46 mm 33 sec. | Lon 79deg67 min 27 sec
ARRIVED Y ESTE RD AT.
Steamship Charleston. Berry, New vork-left
30th ult. Mdse. To Jas Adger A co, J E Adger
A co, Kaliriiad Asrenis, O \V Almar, B Boyd, fc P
Baker, A Bn^.kbaukH, il Brown, ll Bischoff & co,
T M Brtstoll A co, T L Kiss ll, E F Benedict, Chase
A Cuttin i, li Cobla A co, c Clacms, F Campbell,
Douglas A Miller, PF Murray, E II Eysenliacli, E
Daly. D Fnzglbt on. Furchgoit, Benedict A co. D
F Heming ? < 0. J II Ginver & co, J Heins, j..lin?
st ou. Cr.'ws & co, J Kuppel, G Koethe, Kin-man
Bro', Kllnck, Wickenbeig A co, J J Klein. ELA
co, L iurey A Alexander, S R Marshall & co, Jno
G Miiaor A c i. J Marco. W McKay. N E Railroad
co. S c Railroad co, ts O'Neill. Jno F O'Neill, Chas
Plenge, O P Poppcnheim, N M Porter, A L Tyler,
Slcflens, Werner A Uuck-.-r. E B Stoddard & co. M
A Tanlunson, C Voigt, \V L Webb, W G Whllden.
agt. L Weiskopf. Walker, Evans A Cogswell, G W"
Williams A co, W Watson, W J Va'es. and others.
Ate PM. February 1st, exchanged slguais wita
the steamship Champion off Cipe Romain, bound
- ochr Ann S Deas. Garbattl. West Point Mill. 52
tierces rice. To W c Bee A co.
Sehr Gen R E Lee. Gradlck, Cooper River. 2350
bushels rough rice. To Ingraham A Son, w c Bee
& co, S D Stoney, Kavenel A co.
Received from Beune' t's Mill. 142 tierces rice
To w C Bee A c<>, and G U Ingraham & Son.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-W
Sehr Adellza, Huntley, Fall River, Mass-H F
Baker A co.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina au-' Savannah.
FitOM THIS PORT.
Steamship Guff Stream, Hunter, at Philadel?
phia, January 29.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Geo E Thatcher, Thatcher, at savannah,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Carl N Dobeln, Stenan, fron Cardiff, Wales,
January 10. j
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK. February 2.
Arrived, steamshlo City of New York.
Even rn?.-Arrived, steamship j Ocean Queen,
ABplnwall, Leo and Clyde.
The sehr Montana, Parker, from Boston for
I Charleston, was at Vineyard Haven January 27.
.pTolt L l VJE B P O O L.
The first-class British Ship JULIA, Baker Ag
Master, having a portion ot her cargo en- SSSt
gaged, will sail with dispatch.
For Freight eDgagements apply to
febl ROBERT MURE A CO.,
Th~ First class British Ship "EDITH." E. Jli
F. Hilton, Master, having three-fourths orSHIt
her cargo engaged, will have dispatch.
The First class British Bark "ONWARD," of
small capacity, and having two thirds cargo
engaged, wMhave Immediate disnat h.
rehl *ppyto_HENRY CARD.
JJEGULAR LINE LIVERPOOL AND
The undersigned have now four Barks of
light draft, In addition to the VINCO, airea-2_
dy well known in the trade, which they propose
to run regularly between the above ports, leaving
Liverpool every month or oftener If sufficient
Freight offers; and lt is earnestly reqnes ed that
Importers will order their Goods shipped direct
by this line, thereby saving extra Freight and
other expenses now paid on Gooda via New York,
and also increase the commerce and prosperity
of onr port. AU orders sent to the principals in
Llverp ol will be carefully attended to and exe?
cute! on the moat favorable terms.
For full particulars apply to
Messrs. JOHN 8. DB WOLF & CO.,
Or HENRY CARD,
Charleston, S. 0.
Vessels new loading In Liverpool, barks LUCY
and VINCO. jan23-tnths2moa
The Norwegian Bark COLONIST, Basra- _TT*
rud, Master, will hsve dispatch for the ?E&X
above port. For Freight, apply to
R. T. WALKE K, Boj ce ? Co.'a wharf.
pOR FORT SUMTER,
BATTERY WAGENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, safe and comfortably appointed **
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf 30
EVERY DAT, at lo o'clock morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNO.
novlS On Board.
THE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter.
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points In the Cotton states, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
?-The GULF STREAM ls appointed to sall
from Brown's wharron THURSDAY, February 8th,
at half past 3 o'clock P. M.
?-Tue steamship VIRGINIA wlil follow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CL YD h A CO., General Agents, No. 12
Sonth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
OR NEW YORK
NEW YORK AND CH V RLKSTON
ESTABLISHED 184 5.
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship CHARLES?
TON, James Berry, Commander, will sail for
the above port on SATURDAY, the 3d Instant, at
ts* Marine Insurance by this Line half per
Through Bills of Lading given on cotton to Liv?
erpool, Boston, Providence asd the New England
For Freight or Passage, apply to
feb2 2_JAMES AUGER k CO.. Agents.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
PHILADELPHIA, BUSTO V
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The line steamship FALCON, Havnie Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on TUES DAV, 6th
February, at 4 o'clock P. M.
49? 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 Gooda from the
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
fab2-4_No. 2 Union Wharves.
"yyEEKLY j_JNE TO HAVANNAH, GA,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. C.
jP I Xi O T BOY,
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leave Accommodation Wharr - - ?ff^w
every MONDAY MORNING, at S o'clock, JBBmtmSSmm
for savannah. Beaufort, Hilton Head and spau
Uh Wells. Returning will leave Sa van u ali every
Will leave for Beaufort, Pacific and OhlRolra'e
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freight received WKDNKSDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must he prepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care or Agents will be for?
warded free or storage or commission.
Freight received for points on Savannah River,
to be transferred to steamer ROS \, which leaves
Savannah ev. ry TUESDAY MORNING.
tabla Passage to beaufort $3.
Deck P?ssage lo Beaufort $1 50.
For engagemerta apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES Jt CO.,
febS-sw No. 177 East Bav.
FOR EDISTO, ENTERPRISE AND WAY
Tlie steamer POCOSIN. Captain W.
H. Gannon, will receive Freight THIS,_
DAY for the aho^e places, and leave MUNDAY ut
half past l o'clocR, from Market Wharf, root of
Market street. Returning, will leave Edisto
TUESDAY, at li o'clock.
Fare $150. J. H. MURRAY, Agent.
J O R FLORIDA
VIA SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK.
DICTATOR.Captain COXBTTBB !
C1T? POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AS FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TrBSDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CITV POINT every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS OS ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
for St. Augustine, amt at Jacksonville with
Kteamer starlight for Mellon ville, Enterprise, ant
all landings OB upper St. Johns; ant at Palatka
with steamers f.?r the Oklawaha River.
Close connection ls* made with steamships
at Cedar Keys Tor New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely on no detention of freights to
New UrleaoH, and at loweBt rates. *
For Freight or Passage, having flrat-clasa as
comtnodatlons, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents.
Corner Vanderhorat's wharf and taet Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
These Steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio for Darien, Brunswick,
Satina River, and all intermediate landings,
Freights mr these pointa must be prepaid here.
S?XT Y- F?V?FIR ST PRIZE MED ALS
WM. KNABE & GO.,
CRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT
These instruments have been before the pnbltc
for nearly thirty j ears, and upon their excel?
lence alone attained an nnpnrchased pre-emi?
nence, which prononnces them unequalled In
??-All onr SQUARE PIANOS have our New Im?
proved OVER&TKC.VQ SCALE aud the AGRAFFE
4SrWe would call especial artten'lon ro our late
Patented Improvements In GRAND PIANOS and
SQUARE ti RANDS, found In DO other Piano, which
brings the Plano nearer perfection than has yet
EVERY PIANO FULLY WARRANT?
ED FOR FIVE YEARS.
Mw*We are hy special arrangement enabled to
furnish PARLOR ORGANS and MKLODEONS ot
the most celebrated makers, WhoUsale a-.d Rstall
at lowest Factory Pi ices.
Illustrated Catalogues and Price Lists prompt?
ly furnished on application to
TVJY?. KNABE ?fe CO.,
Or any of om regular established agencies.
IF YOU WANT CHEAP COOKING STOVES
Call at No. 16 Broad etreet.
"MOTT'S CELEBRATED DEFIANCE
A LARGE VARIETY OF HEATING STOVES,
. For Parlor, Church and Office.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE-1
Furnishing Articles and Kitchen Utensils.
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING AND
Plumbing Werk promptly attended to.
WELL, CISTERN AND FORCE PUMP3,
*' Ol'every Description.
ADAMS, DAMON ?fe CO.,
dec21-thstn No. IO Bio.nl street.
COOKING AND HEATING STOYES
WILLIAM SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 HAYNE STREET,
No. 36 P1NCKNEY STREET.
IDoors, Sasfyis ano ?lin? s.
SASHES AND BLINDS.
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
Has removed his Office to and opened his prin?
cipal SALESROOMS at No. 20 HAYNE STREET
and No. 83 P1NCKNKY STREET, where he takes
pleasure tn oirerlDg to the public a; rull stock or
his own manufacture or DC0R8,8A>HES, BLINDS
MOULDINGS. NEWELS. BALUSTERS, 4c.
WOOD TURNING In all Its branches.
A specialty made or FRENCH and AMERICAN
WINDOW GLASS, at WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
pgr Orders for stock or Irregular Bize work re?
ceived either ar. the Salesrooms, No. 20 HAYNE
STREET.or at the FACTORY on Horlbeck's wharr.
More than 250 Different Modifications.
FOR THE BEST ALARM MONEY DRAWER
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
No. 253 Broadway, New York,
FAIRBANKS, DROWN & CO.,
No. 118 Milk Street, Boston.
For sale by
HART ?fe CO.,
Charleston, s. 0.
AMMOJNIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.,
CASH PRICE AT FACTORY, $45 per ton. Time, $60.
CASH, $50. TIME, $65.
ACID BONE PHOSPHATE.
CASH, $26. TIME, $30.
GROUND CAROLINA PHOSPHATE
CASH, $15. TIME, $20.
NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER.
The above-named AMMONIATEO SOLUBLE PACIFIC and PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN GUANOS are
rich compounds of ihe highest grades o : B.me Phosphates, rendered soluble and ?,m m on lated with
No. 1 Peruvian Gnano and animal matter, making the most concentrated and profitable Fertilizers ic
ose, combining the Ingredients required to produce and support the Cotton Plant and Cereals.
While these Fertilizers are warranted to be 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. SAR DY & SON.
Messrs. G. A. TRENHOLM A SON, G-ner il Agents. Also for sale by Agents throughout the South
For analyses and c-rtlflcares s nd for pamphlet._dec3l-tusto8tt)oa_
THREE VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLES ARE OPFERED BT THE SULPHURIC ACID AND SUPE
PHOSPHATE COMPANY, OF CHARLESTON, S. C., Viz:
A comp ete MANURE, adapted to COTTON, GRAIN AND TOBACCO, being the well-inown article
heretofore offered ar. the very high gra*e of 15 PER CENT. DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF
LIME, with the addition, as heretofore, or PERUVIAN GUANO, AMMONI A AND POTASH. Price $6?
per ton, If paid on or before the 1st or April next, and $eo per ton payable 1st November, 1872. ^
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
A new article of abont the same high grade or Soluble Phosphate, comrounded with the elements
of Cotton Seed tn such a manner as to insure one or the BEST FERTILIZERS FOR COTTON AND
GRAIN, at a lower price than the ETIWAN GUANO. Price $40 per ton if paid on or before the 1st of
April next, $45 per ton payable 1st November, 1872.
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE.
Averaging from 18 to 20 rer cent, or DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE, and thus enabling the
Planter, by composting, to obtain two tons or half that grade at a saving of ONE-HALF COST AND
FREIGHT. Price $36 per ton, If paid on or before the 1st of April next, $40 per ton payable 1st No?
?5~ Take notice that all these FERTILIZERS are of the highest gr?&e or SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE,
and must help for more than one year.
W. C. BEE & CO., General Agents,
deC20-tbStU CHARLESTON, 8. C.
AMM0NIATED BOfJE SUPERPHOSPHATE,
AND COS'S PURE DISSOLVED BONE.
The above superior FERTILIZERS, admitted by every Planter who has used them to be the best
and most profitable of any of the Commercial Manures, are now offered for sale by the Agents at very
much Reduced Prices, ta order that every Planter may be enabled to use them.
Pamphlets containing the reports of the success of these Fertilizers will be famished on appli?
cation to the Agents.
The Phosphate is sold at 848 per ton oish, or $39 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
The Dissolved Bone at $30 per ton cam, or SSS per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free or
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents,
BROWNS WHARP, CHARLESTON, S. C.
tjar?ruarc, Agricultural implements, &t.
HART * CO.
Are AGENTS for
AVERY & SONS COMBINATION PLOUGH.
A Complete Taming Plough, with Scraper, Sweep, Shovel,
Billi Tongue and Turning Plough. ?
$13 50 COMPLETE!
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two.Horse
Ploughs, 3oth Cast and Steel, of AVERY & SONS..
BURDICK'S HAY & FODDER CUTTER.
We are also in Beceipt of a Pull Line~of
SWEDES1IRON. HOES, POTWARE,
ENGLISH IRON, TRACES, TINWARE,
HOOP IRON, NAILS, WOODWARE,
PLOUGH STEEL, ROPE, BEST FISR LINES,1
TURPENTINE HACKS, PLOUGH LINES, SEINE TWINE,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, GUNS, FISH HOOKS,
MILL STONES, PISTOLS, BOLTING CLOTHV
HART Ac O O., . .
39 Hayne Street, and Corner of King and Market1
iCHA-RUSSTOIiT, e. C.