Newspaper Page Text
LAWS OF THE STATE
ACTS OE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,
OE SOUTH CAROLINA.
Published by Authority.
Ax ACT to make Appropriation and Raise Bap
plies for the Fiscal Year commencing No?
SECTION 1. Be lt enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives o? the State o?
South Carolina, now met and sitting In Gene?
ral Assembly, and by the authority of the
That ihe following sums be, and they are
hereby, appropriated for the payment of the
various officers and expenses of the State Gov
ernment, that ls to say:
For the Governor, three thousand five hun
dred dollars; for the Lieutenant-Governor,
twenty-five hundred dollars ; for the
secretary of State, three thousand dol?
lars; for ^he private secretary of the
Governor, two thousand dollars; for
.the clerk to secretary of State, one thousand
dollars; for the adjutant and inspector-gene?
ra), twenty-five hundred dollars; for the comp
troller-general, three thousand dollars; for the
Clerk to the comptroller-general, eighteen
hundred dollars; for extra clerical services in
the office of the comptroller-general, one
thousand dollars; for the State treasurer,
twenty-five hundred dol?ais; for the
chief clerk to the State treasurer,
eighteen hundred dollars; for a bookkeeper
for State treasurer, eighteen hundred dollars;
for auditor of the State, twenty-five hundred
dollars; for the State auditor's clerk, one
thousand dollars; for the State superintendent
of education, twenty-five hundred dollars; for
the clerk to the State superintendent of edu?
cation, one thousand dollars; for the health
officers, four thousand nine hundred dollars ;
for the chief Justice ot the Supreme Court,
four thousand dollars; for the two asoc?ate
justices, seven thousand do-iars; for
the eight circuit Judges, twenty-eight
thousand dollars;, for the eight circuit
solicitors, eight thousand dollars; for the
. attorney-general, three thousand dollars;
for the attorney-general's clerk, one thousand
dollars; for the clerk of the Supreme Court,
who snail perform the duties of librarian of
said court, fifteen hundred dollars; for the
8&te reporter, fifteen hundred dollars; for the
keeper of the State-house and State librarian,
one thousand dollars; for the superintendent
of the South Carolina Penitentiary, two thous?
and dollars; tor the watchmen of the State?
house and grounds, six hundred dollars each;
for the county, auditors, thirty-one thousand
five hundred dollars; for the clerk to the an
di tor of the County of Charleston, one thous
and dollars; for clerical services In tbe office
of auditor of Charleston County, two thous
and dollars; for the Governor's messenger,
three hundred dollars; for the county school
-commissioners, thirty-one thousand two bun
-dred dollars; for preservation of books and
records In the office o? registrar of mesne con?
veyance in Charleston County, three thousand
SEC. 2. For contingent fund of the Govern?
or, fifteen thousand dollars; for the contingent
fund o? the treasurer, one thousand dollars;
for the contingent fund of the comptroller
general, one thousand dollars; for the contin?
gent fund of the attorney-general, one thous?
and dollars; for the 'contingent fund of the
State auditor, fifteen hundred dollars; for the
contingent fuod of the adjutant and Inspector
general, two thousand dollars; for the contin?
gent fand of the State superintendent of edu?
cation, fifteen hundred dollars; for the con
tingent fund of the secretary of State, fifteen
hundred doUars; for the contingent fund of
tbe State librarian, five hundred dollars. The
above appropriations to be drawn upon the
warrant of the comptroller-general on appli?
cation by tbe heads of each department.
. . i SEC. 3. For the parchase of books for the
-Supreme Court library, one thousand
dollars, if so much be necessary, to be
drawn on the erder of the chief Jus?
tice; for the contingent expenses or the Su?
preme Court, under section 7 of an act ratified
the 18th day ot September, 1868, five hundred
dollars; for an attendant on the library and
the rooms of tbe Supreme Court, eight hun?
dred dollars, to be paid, quarterly, on the
warrant of the chief justice on the treasury;
the said attendant to be appointed by, and be
removable at, tbe pleasure of said court; for
three code commissioners, for salary to May
1st, 1872, five thousand two hundred and fifty
dollars, and no further amounts shall be paid
the code commissioners after this date, and
before which time the code commissioners shall
. make a complete Index and reference, and
correct all errors on side notes, 4c.
ORDINARY CIVIL EXPENSES.
SEC. 1. For the civil contingent rund, thirty
thousand dollars; fifteen thousand dollars
thereof, if so mach be necessary, shall be ap?
plied to the payment ot claims now audited
and on file, other than nulla boua claims; lor
the support of the Lunatic Asylum, eighty
thousand dollars, to be paid on the warrant of
the comptroller-general on the application ot
the board of regents; for the support of the
State Orphan Asylum, fifteen thousand dollars,
to be paid in accordance with the law estab?
lishing tbe same; tor reorganizing and per?
fecting the State militia, fifteen thousand dol?
lars, provided that thirty-five hundred dol?
lars be used for the repairs of the armory at
Columbia, to be drawn on the warrant o? the
comptroller-general, on application by the
adjutant and inspector general; for quaran?
tine expenses, three thousand dollars; for
keeper ci the Lazaretto, four hundred dollars
for repairs and painting of the Lazaretto
building, six hundred dollars, to be drawn on
the warrant of the comptroller-general, on
application by the port physician of Charles?
ton; for the physician of Charleston Jail, one
thousand dollars; for transportation and cloth
lng of discharged convicts, three hundred
dollars; for the Catawba Indians, eight hun
dred dollars; for the payment of the commis?
sioner-, messengers and managers of the gen?
eral election <3f 1872, twenty-five thousand
dollars, to b ? paid on the warrant o? the comp?
SEC. 5. For past dues for construction and
for continuing the construction o? the South
Carolina Penitentiary, eighty thousand dol?
lars, to be paid on the warrant of the comp?
troller-general, cn application of the superin?
SEC. 6. For the support and maintenance of
free schools, three hundred thousand dollars,
In addition to the capitation tax: Provided.
That the sum or three hundred thousand
dollars be apportioned among the several
counties of the St-te, io proportion to the
number of children between the age of BIX and '1
sixteen; further, that each county shall be en?
titled to the amount of the poll tax raised In
said county. For the support of the South
Carolina University, twenty-seven thousand
eight hundred and fifty dollars; for repairs to
buildings of the South Carolina University,
ten thousand dollars; to be paid on the war?
rant of the comptroller-general on application
of the president of the university; for the sup
port of the Sooth Carolina Institution for the
education of the deaf and dumb and the
blind, ten thousand dollars, to be paid on the
warrant of the comptroller-general, on appli?
cation of the chairman and secretary ot the
board of commissioners of the deaf, dumb and
SEC. 7. That all taxes, assessed and payable
under this act, shall be paid in the following J
kind of funds, viz: Bills receivable of the
State, United States currency, National Bank
notes, revenue bond scrip, gold or silver
Approved March 13, 1872.
NEW TOBE-Per steamship Champion-185 bales
upland cotton, 91 tierces ice, 71 bales waste, 60
casks clay, and 103 packages sundries.Per
sehr Lilly-198 casks clay, 362 casks rice, 19 baits
sea island and 216 balea upland cotton, 453 empty
carboys, 10 bbis whiskey, loo boxes tin, 50 pieces
machinery, loo empty ale bbis.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-188
bales cotton, 151 bales domestics and goods, 126
tierces rice, 276 bbis naval stores, 15 tons old
iron, 176 bags rice floor, 51 bags fruit, 90 bags
cocoanuts, is cases tobacco, and sundries.
The Charleston Cotton, Rles and Narai
OFFICE CHARLESTON NBWS, )
SATURDAY EVENING, March 16, 1872. |
COTTON.-The market commenced with a quiet
feeling, with some sales at abont previous rates,
bot with better dispatches increased In strength,
and transactions toward the close Indicated an
improvement of full Kc fl tb. Salea about 550
bales, say 4 at 20K, 23 at 20*, 21 at 21,60 at 21*,
21 at 211516,49 at 21K, 2 at 21 *, 78 at 21,*, 90 at
21J?- We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.20 ?215-16
Low middling.21 K@
RICE.-This grain m, but there were no
transactions. We quote common to fair at 7K@
8KC; good 8*@3*c.
NAVAL STORES.-There were no sales reported.
Crude turpentine may be quoted at $6 so fl
for virgin, $5 for yellow dip, and $3 for hard.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi- J
nal on uplands, nommai on sea Islands; via New
fork, *d on uplands, ld on sea islands; by sall,
5-16? Kd on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Havre-on uplands. Coast wise-to New York by
steam Kc on nplands and lc on sea islands; $2 ft
tierce on rice; by sall Kc ? is on cotton; - fl
tierce on rice; 40c fi barrel on rosin; $8 fl M on
lumber; $io fl Mon timber. To Boston, by sali
*ofttb on upland cotton; rosin o5c; resawed
taff $9 50^10 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $9 ft M on boards, Kc ft m on
cotton; by steam tl ft bale on New Tork rates.
To Philadelphia, by steam Ko fl m on uplands;
by sau, 13* M cn boards; $9 50@io on timber; $8 j
per ton en clay, and $8a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team Ko fl lb by eau, $6 60@7 ft
M oa boards; $8@8 60 on timber; |8 26 ft
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In de?
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, s. C., Darlen and sat ilia River,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla?, to Northern porta,
and $io@i2 ft M are the rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 19*.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purohaae
sight checks on New Tork at K off to par, and sell
at K premium.
marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, March 16.
Noon-Consols 02*. Bonds 02*.
PAP.IS, March 16.
Noon.-Ren tes 66r 60c
Nsw YORK, March 16.
Noon.-Stocks strong and active. Gold steady
at io;,'. Money Arm at 7. Governments strong
and steady. Exchange-long 9K, short io *.
Evening.-Money easy at 7. Sterling 9*a9*.
Gold io*aio*. Governments very strong and
advanced Ka*. State bonds dull and steady.
Bank statement-Loans decrease nearly $l,soo,
OOO; specie Increase nearly $500,000; legal tenders
Increase over $l,250,ooo; deposits decrease over
$4.260,000. Freights quiet and steady.
LIVERPOOL, March 16.
Noon-coron opened firm; uplands lld, Or?
EvenlDg.-Cotton closed firm; sales 12,000 bales;
speculation and export 4000.
Nsw YORK, March 16.
Noon.-Cotton Arm; uplanda 22Kc, orleans
22Kc; sale* 3260 bales. Sales of cotton f attires last
evening 6400 bales, as r Hows: March 22; April
22K-22K; May 22*, 2213-16; June 23. 23*; July
23. 231-18; August 22*; September 21*, 21*.
Evening.-Cotton steady; sales 4456 bales: up?
lands 22*. orleans 23c. Sales of cotton futures
to-day 14.100 bales, as follow*: March, 22; April,
22*. n 7-16; May,22 13-16. 231-16; Jane, 23*, 23*;
Inly, 23*; August, 22*, 221-16,23; September, 21,
21K; October, 19 *.
BOSTON, March 16.
Cotton dull and depressei; middling 22*c; net
receipts 165 bales; grosB 2370; sales 250; stock
PHILADELPHIA, March 16.
Cotton quiet: middlings 22*c.
BALTIMORE. March 16.
Cotton very firm and holders asking higher
rates; middlings 22K; net receipts 372; gross 407;
exports coastwlae 33; sales 362; stock 10,680
NORFOLK, March 16.
Cotton steady; low midd In gs 20*c; net receipts
580 bales; expo, ts coastwise 71; sales 150; stock
WILMINGTON, March 16.
Cotton Arm; midd inga 2i*c; net receipts 116
bales; stock 4803.
SAVANNAH, March 16.
Colton active and offerings good; middlings
a*; net receipts 792 bales; exports to Barcelona
186; coastwise 534; salea 2900; atock 81,786.
AUGC3TA, March ie.
Cotton was arm to-day, with a moderate de?
mand at 21c, and closing steady; recelpta 826
balee, and eales 406.
MEMPHIS, March 16.
Cotton firm; middlings 2i*a2i*c; receipts 688
MOBILS, March 16.
Cotton In good demand and holders asking
higher rates; buyers refuse; middlings 2l*a22c;
net receipts 563 bales; sales 600; stock 4844;
NEW ORLEANS, March ie.
Cotton active and firm; middlings 22,*c; net
receipts 950 bales; gross 665; exporti to Antwerp
1704; coastwise 658, sales 9800; atock 179.428.
GALVESTON, March 16.
Cotton Btrong; good ordinary 20c; net receipts
310 bales; exports coastwise 855; sales 2583; stock
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, March 16.
Noon.-Breadstuffs dull. ,
Nsw YOEE, March 16.
Noon.-Flour dull and heavy. Wheat dull and
Irooplng. Corn quiet and heavy. Pork steady ;
new mess $18. Lard doll; steam 9a9*c. Turpen?
tine (Dm at 75c. Roaln weak at $4 25 for strained.
Evening- Hour dull and heavy for common
Trades; good grades scarce and drmly held at
ie 9-ja7 65: common to fair extra Southern $7 70a
J 60; good i o choice $7 7oa9 60. Wheat very dull,
lower and nominal at $i 44al 60 for No 2, spring
?ore; $1 6lal 54 for No 1, aprlngstore; $1 62ai 63
Tor winter rea Weatern. corn heavv and decided?
ly lower at 67a67Kc for new Wiatern mixed
moat Pork lower at $12 75al2 so Ur new mesa.
Beef quiet. Lard quiet at $xa9*c. Naval stores
Quiet and firm. Grocerlea In fair request.
New Tork Narai Stores .Murker.
_K _ " - NEW YORK, March 16.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 8 bbis.
pitch, 2.754 do. Main. There ls an evident attempt
io "bear" the market for spirits turpentine, and
the close ls uns ttled and to some extent demoral?
ized, with offerlnga to arrive at 72*c; 8pot ls held
at about 73a74c, bnt somewhat uncertain. Sales
yesterday 150 bbl?, at 75c. ROSIUB are in scarcely
?ny demand, bnt prices remain pretty steady.
Sales 150 bbis. good strained at $4. Tar and pitch
inlet and unchanged.
New York Rice Market.
NEW YORK, March 15.
The Dally Bulletin says: For domestic the
narket is vtry firm, and holders of the small
stock quite Indifferent about selling as the ar
-Ivals ate likely to be small for the balance of the
leason. Foreign also ls held at extreme Agares,
md the call dally lncreasli g, as the trade are
low obliged to resort to this description, partly
>n ace >unt of ccst, but mainly because there ls
lothlng else to aati-fy their wants. There ls also
i call for export. The movement to-day bas been
mite free, and we note sales of 60 tes Carolina at
i*a9c; 350 bags Rangoon at 7a7*c; "5 bags Patna
it 7*a7*c. Ia bond, 1000 bags Rangoon fer
mme use, and 600 do for export at 3*c, gold. Ad
dees from Carolfna are steady.
GEORGETOWN, March 14.
COTTON.-Three bales arrived since last report,
md sold a- from 18 to 20 cents. We quote from
8 to 20 centa per pound.
TIMBER.-This article arrives slowly. Sales this
reek or 200 sticks, and sold at from 8 to 16 cents,
i good article, well gotten up, in demand, and
rould command high ngures.
TURPENTINE.-Virgin $5 50; yellow $5 50; Ane
?mite scrape $3 so; second quality $3 25.
Wallingford di Co.'? Proviaion Circular
CINCINNATI, March 14.
There are bat few buyers in the market, and
they are unwilling to operate unless at rates con?
siderably below the views of holders. There ls
acsrcely any demand on the spot, and lt ls con
fined to small lots of bacon to fill orders. In The
present donbtlnl condition of the market specu?
lators cannot he Induced to Invest, and we have
lu comeqnence a dull and dragging trade.
POHK-There has been a material decline In
mess pork. City-packed sold at $12, bat sales to
any extent coald not be made at better than
$1179. Rumps are doh and nominal at $o Tia
10 50, as to quality.
BULK MEATS-Are dnll and heavy. Prices are
lower and Irregular, and the tendency ls still
downward. Shoulders declined to 4c loose, at
which price sales were made. Clear rib and
clear sides are offered at 6a6Xc loose, but not
saleable at over b% and SK. Barns are nominal
at 7 to :x, as to average. Packed meats from a
to x more.
BACON -There is still a small Jobbing demand
for clear rib sides, but shoulders meet with little
attention. Shoulders declined to 6X, clear rib
sides to 6M. and clear sides to 7. Clear ribs and
clear sides are offered at ia and m for June,
Bellera option. Sugar-cured canvassed hams are
dull at ll to 12, as to brand and average.
- LABS.-The market closed heavy, and sales to
any extent could not be made, except at lower
figures. Prime steam ls offered at 8J?, prime
leaf at 8X to 8M. fur country and city brand".
The cincinnati Price Current publishes the fol?
lowing report of pork packing In the West. Ow.
lng to some delay, two br three large packing
points have not been heard from, and the num?
ber of hogs packed have been only estimated,
but we feel assured that the result given below
will not essentially differ from the full and final
1870-71. 1871 72.
Wisconsin .251,400 833.800
Total. .-..3,895,251 4,820,555
' Increase this season.1,123,804
New York Coffee Market.
Nsw YORK, Msrch 16.
The Dally Bulletin says: The continued and
anueylng delay in the settlement or the duty
question keeps trade In a very dull and unsaus
factory condition, and dealers generally are be?
coming quite disgusted with the situation. In?
terior huyera adhere very closely to tnelr pre?
vious expressed determination to handle no
goods whatever, except under pressure of the
most absolute necetsity, and the result ls such a
small distribution that jobbers can nearly or
quite meet the call from supplies in store, and
nnd no inducement to handle invoices, especian y
as stocks in first hands tend to Increase still,
and the outlook at present certainly seems
more favorable to the boyer than the Belier.
Brazils have for a week psst been lu little
better than a nominal condition, and business
at almost a complete stand. Quotations were
reduced, but this failed to have any beneficial
effect in the way or Increasing business, and
bids were Jost as pearce after as before the de'
cilue. Tho most favorable symptom has been the
movement in West India sty.es, noticed from
day to day. 'Jobbers appeared to have conSdence
In aU good cargoes or Laguayra and Mara?
caibo and bought fairly at even higher figures
than the same goods could have been obtained
some little time previously wben the break In
values first footrace, and most of the desirable
parcels are now under control. East India styles
did not appear to be ia favor, and no important
sales have been reported, wi h values considered
I as more or less nominal. Nothing ot magnitude
has taken place to-day, bat rumors prevailed that
the tariff question was approaching or had reach?
ed a solution, and the trade were hopeful la con?
sequence. Sales' or 1000 nags Maracaibo per Win.
ner at lQ.Vc, gold. We quote Rio, (nominally)
gold, In bond: Ordinary cargoes I4\'ai5; fair do
15XSI6X; good do 16al6<?; prime do !6Xal7.
BOSTON, March 14.
COFFEE.-There ls no Improvement to notice In
the cq~ee market. Buyers are still holding back,
and will not move to any extent while there is an
uncertainty in regard to the tariff. The sales or j
Java have been at 23a24xc go d; RIoatl9Ka2l>?,
gold; and Ma ?Veal bo at 19a2ixc. For St. Do?
mingo prices are quite nominal-from Lixaisc,
gold, lo bond. A recent Importation of 2300
packages Mocha have been shipped to New York.
COTTON.-The cotton market has been rather
dull the past week, bat bolders are not disposed
to urge sales at any concession, as the compara?
tively Tight receipts at the ports tend to impart
more firmness. The manufacturers are only pur?
chasing la small lots as wanted, and we quote
middling at i9Xa2o#c ; good ordlrarv at 21a2l>ic;
low middling at 22 -?a22j?c ; and middling at 2>\'a
23Mc per lb. including uplands and Gulf.
DOMESTICS.-We have had a comparatively
quot market for cotton and woollen goods, hut
prices are firm and have a strong upward tenden?
cy. Manufacturers of heavy woollens are not
disposed to offer stocks ac present, as a higher
range of prices are looked for, especially as goods
are now scarcely paying cost.
GUNNY BAOS-Are held firm at 18c, currency,
but we hear of no sales.
GUNNY CLOTH.-Market firm, with sales or 200
rolls domestic at nc, currency, and for delivery
ahead 19c and upwards asked. Calcutta cloth
ts nrm at leaiej-io, currency.
NAVAL STOKES.-Spirits turpentine are very un?
settled, and have been selling at 83a88c per gal?
lon, closing nominally at 85a87 per gallon. In
tar, rosin and pitch, LO transactions of any Im?
portance, and prices are nominally the same.
RICE.-Mark-1 Arm and higher pi ices are look?
ed for. Demand moderate, with eales at 8j<a9c
for Carolina, 6Jia7#c for Rangoon, and 7\'a:\c
Columbas Cotton Harket.
COLUMBUS, March 15.
To-day our market per rec ti j cul; sales io balea.
The following are nominal quotations: Ord lory
I7al8c; good ordinary I9al?)?c; low middlings
20X*20Xc; middlings 20jfc; sales or the week 343
bales; 238 for Savannah, 106 on sp?culation, 0 for
Northern spinners, o for home consumption;
week's receipts 211 bales against 215 the previous
one, and 583 the corresponding week last season;
shipments ll; 3 bales.
Stock on hand August 31,1871. 1,650
Received past week. 211
Received previously.36,620- 36,831
Shipped past week.1,173
Shipped previously.29,586- 30,759
Stock March 15,1872. 7,622
On the week the stock bas decreased 962.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA March 15.
Sales or cotton to-day 75 bales; middlings
SPARTANBUBO, March 13.
Cotton Is selling at 20c.
WlNNSBOBO'. MaTCh 16.
For the past two days 60 bales of cotton have
been sold In tins market at prices ranging from
19 to 20XC
LAURENS, March 14.
Cotton commands from ie xe.
ORANGEBURG, March 15.
Sales daring the week 45 bales. * e quote ordi?
nary 19c; low middling 20; middling 20 xe.
UNION, March 15.
36 bales or cotton sold during the week; mar?
ket opened cn Monday at 20,i;c, closed to-day at
CHARL TTE, March is.
Sales to-day 86 balo?, at 20a an t 20>?c; market
WILMINGTON', March 16.
CRUDS TURPENTINE.-Sales of 291 bbls at $3 86
for hard and $5 86 for yellow dip and virgin.
TAR.-Sales of 35 bbls at $2 80 per bb).
COTTON.-Sa ts or 79 bale3 at 21c per lb.
Receipts by Railroad, March 16.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
615 bales cotton, 34 bales goods, 3 cars Btock,
ll cars lumber and wood. To Railroad Agent,
Pelzer, Rodgers St co, T G Boag, W C Courtney
St co, A S Smith, W W Smith, A J Salinas, Boll
mann Bros, Johnston, Crews A co, Frost, Adger
St co, Tren holm St Son. G W Williams A co, Jno C
Mallonee, J M Fredsberg, Cohen, Hunckel ? co,
Reeder ? Davis, Peake St Mlles, U Cobla St co, and
Macqueen St Rtecke.
Per Bteamshin Champion, for New York-Jas
Bird and two Children, alsB Bird, L B Wheeler, E
Fields, Mrs J Birckell, Mrs J T Henman and two
children, C Dowdney, Rev J Cumin, J Costello, J
Per steamship Georgia, from New York-C
Bergman, Isaac N Wintlow and daught- r, W P
Jenny, J E sheffield and wife, Miss A Sheffield, Mrs
Van Buren, T G Chamberlain, C Cottrell, and TY S
Per steamer Water Lily, from Edlsto, Enter?
prise, Rockville, and Way Landings-Mrs M Sea?
brook, Mrs J E Seabrook.
Last Quarter, 2d. 2 hours, 9 minutes, evening.
New Moon 9th, 7 hours 84 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 16th. 9 hoars, 6 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 24th, 8 hours, 24 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, Slat, 9 boura, 13 minutes, evening.
18 Monday. e.. 6
19 Tuesday.. e.. 5
20!Wednesday., e.. 3
21 Thursday.... 6.. 2
221 Friday. 6.. 1
23 saturday.... 5..69
B. A e. WATER.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.*.MARCH 18, 1872.
Lat aa deg 46 min 83 -.ec. | Lon 76 deg 67 nun 37 sec.
Scar Southerner, Chad wick, Georgetown, S O.
loo bushels maga rice. To J R Pringle A son.
Steamer Water Lily, Togllo, Edlsto, Enterprise
and Way Landings. Cotton seed, mdse and sun?
dries. To Donglas Nisbet, D McPberson, Fraser A
Dill, and others.
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, New York-left
14th Instant. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co, W
A Courtenay, J E Adger A co, OW Almar,
s O Railroad Agent, Southern Express co. A H
Adger, D A Amme, J A Adger, Jas Allen, MAA
Ashton, E D Andrews, E Bates A co, Dr H Baer,
E E Bedford, H Bischoff A CO, T M Bristoll A
co. F C Borner, O Bart A co, B Boyd, W M Bird
A co, N E Railroad Agent, J H Br?ning A co, ET
Brown, T L Bl s sell, W O Bee A co, H Bul winkle,
Bollmann. Bros, Mrs M L Buckley, O Bergmann,
Dr W H Balley, E Benedict, M J Bemon, Mrs M J
Booth, L Cohen A co, Crane, Boylston A co, J C
H Clanasen, Chase A Outtlno, Wm H Ohafee A
co, Chapeau A Heffron, Charleston Hotel, H Cobla I
A co, L Chap?n, Cameron, Barkley A co, Rev A T
Car, E Daly, Dowls, Moise A Davis, P Darcy, H I
A Dec. D F Fleming A co, Douglass A Miller, F
W Earnest A Son, John 8 Fairly A co, B Doscher,
Forsythe, Mccomb A co. Furcbgots, Benedict A
co, Mra M Galloway, E N Fuller, F E Houston, IL
Falk & co, Fogartle'a Book Depot, B Foley, J Gar?
den, Hart A co, H Gerdts A co, U Gravely, A H
Hayden, J K Heath, Harbeson A co, Holmes' Book
House, I Hyman A co, Johnston, CrewB A co, O
Hickey, Kinsman Bros, A Illing, D C Jennings,
Jaeger Bros, Knobeloch A Small, Chas Kerrison,
KUnck, Wlckenberg A co, T Kelly. F D 0 Kracke,
Harbeson A co, P Lots, M N Klein, Mre Lewin
son, P B Lalane A co, G J Lunn, Jno W Linley,
A Langer, O A Lengnick, R Lathers, Melchera A
Muller, S R Marshall A co, E W Marshall A co, J
G Mllnor A co, P F Murray, McLoy A Rice, Mrs L
Mehrtens, Wm McKay, Murphy A Little, Mantone j
A co, D O'Neill A Sons, B O'Neill, Paul, Welch A
Brandes, ? P Poppenhelm, N M Porter. J R Read,
Ravenei A co, w F Paddon, E B Stol dard A co,
J Shaw. Wm Shepherd <fc co, Sell A Foster, Mrs
Stackley, Steele A Wardell, Steffens, Werner A
Ducker, A R stillman, John F Taylor A co, A L
Tyler, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, R Thomllnson
A co, Saml H Wilson A Bro, M Trlest, Wagener A
Monsees, W H Welch, w Ufferhardt, W L Webb, 7
Welskopf, G W Williams A co, Mrs M J Zernow,
IN THE OFFING.
A bark, said to be a Norwegian, and a Spanish
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
James Adger A co.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Paul O
Sehr L'lly, Hoghes, Kew York-Roach A Monett.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, ar'New
York. March 16.
Ship Martha Bowker, Carter, at Liverpool, 28th
British bark Perseverance, Cook, at Bristol, 29th
Spanish bark Amaffle Antonio, Vila, at Barcelo?
na, 26th February.
spanish brig Gratitud, sunoi, at Barcelona, 21at
Sehr Scaan Wright, Mount, at Georgetown, S O,
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, at Baltimore, 16th
Sehr Wapella, Penny, at New Haven, March 9.
DP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Anna E Glover, Terry, at Boston, March 18.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, at Baltimore,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship George W Clyde, -, from Philadel
ph ia, March 16.
Bark Rio de Ia P.ata,-, from Montevideo,
The Lalla, Goody, from Milford, February 27.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NSW YORE, March 10.
Arrived, steamshlo Oriental.
Arrived out, the wisconsin, Calabria an 1 Sa?
LIVERPOOL. March 16.
Arrived, the Gardner, from savannah.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S. C.
Steamer S S Elsworth, Matoon, from Savannah,
Sehr Snsan Wright, Mount, from Charleston,
sehr A L Cutler, Smith, from Providence, R I,
Sehr L Warren, Roberts, from Elizabeth City, N
C, 12th instant.
Steamer S S Elsworth, Matoon, for New York,
Sehr M A Tyler, Tyler, for-. with lumber,
Sehr Ridgewood, Derrlcksen, for New York,
with naval atorea, 12th instant.
PORT OF BEAUFORT, S. 0.
Bark Mary G Reed, storer, from Savannah, 13th
Bark Trident, Bi son, for London, with phos?
phates, 7th instant.
Bark Ebenezer, Mathlesen, for Cork, with 664
tons cotton seed, 8th instant. This bark ground?
ed on a bank Intbe harbor, while In charge of the
pilot, and will be taken to Charleston for repairs.
~pOR NEW YORK-MERCHANTS' LINE.
The Regular Packet Schooner MYROVER,
R. T. Brown, Commander, will have prompt
deapatch. ROACH A MOFFET
mc ta 3-1 Agents.
JpOB LIVE SPOOL
The first-class British Bark ''WINDER- ft*
MERE," Captain Yeaman, having a SSL*
portion of her cargo engaged, will have dispatch.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
mch9 Accommodation Wharf.
The o rat-class British Ship JULIA, Baker Mg
Master, having a portion dr her cargo en- Si
gaged, will sall with dispatch.
For Freight engagements apply to
febl ROBERT MURE A CO.,
pOR PORT SUMTER,
BATTERY WAGENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, safe and comfortably appointed^M?
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharrSPl
EVERY DAY, at 10 o'clock morning, and 3 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangement?, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNG,
nov!6 On Board.
JpOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C. r . ^TT-?k.
C. White, will receive Freight Tnis???*?l???
DAY, at Commercial Wharf, and ltave aa aoove
TO-NTSHT, at 9 o'clock.
For Engagements, apply on board or to
SHACKELFORD A KELLY,
mchl8-l _Southern Wharf.
EXCURSION TRIP TO PHOSPHATE
WORKS, ASHLEY RIVER.
The steimer POCOSIN. Captain .
W. n Gannon, will leave Mai ket^dEbwK
Wharf, foot of Market street, at half-past 9
o'clock, WEUNKBDAY MORETEO. M rch 20th, on
an Excursion to Phosphate Works, Ashley River;
returning to the city about dusk. Fare $1.
mcblS-3* J. H. M CR RAY, Agent
VIA SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK.
The splendid Steamers,
CITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AS P0LL0W8 :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CIT? POINT every FRIDAY EVEKING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
for st. Augustine, and at Jacksonville with
steamer Starlight for Mellon ville, Enterprise, and
all landings os upper St. Johns; and at Palatka
with steamers for the Oklawaba River.
Close 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 rates.
For Freight or Passage, having first-class ac?
commodations, apply to
KAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Oorner Vanderhorst'a wharf and Fast Bay.
Through Billa of Lading given to New Orleane.
These Steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio for Darlen, Brunswick,
Satina River, and all Intermediate landings.
Freights for these points must be prepaid here.
"POR NEW Y O'S E.
WW YORK AJTD CHARLESTON
The Splendid side wheal Steamship CHARLES .
TOM, James Berry, Commander, will sall from
Adger'a-South Wharf on TUESDAY, the 19th in?
stant, at. i o'clock P. M. precisely.
49*Marine Insurance by this Une half per cent.
MW Through Bills of Lading given on cotton tn
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng
.and manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage En sagement s, apply to
mchl8-2 JAMES ADQER A CO., Agents.
rriHE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM I
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SOREW STEAMSHIPS
O. W. CLYDE, Captain Hunter.
GULF STREAM, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, in Bur lng 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?
MW The GEORGE W. CLYDE ls appointed to
Ball from Brown's wharr on SATUBDAY, March
23d, at 2 o'clock P. M.
?T-The GULF STREAM Will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
pOR NEW YORK.
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 21ST, AT 5
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Orowell, Commander, will saU for
New York on THURSDAY. March 2lflt, at 6 o'clock
P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool by
WILLIAMS St GUION STEAM LINE. To Genoa,
Trieste, Naples, Leghorn, Christiania, Gotten
burg, and to Glasgow, by ANCHOR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS. To New Eneland Cities as usual.
Inanrance by Steamers of this Line x per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very fine Deck stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 2fl Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves
pAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUOH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier^FWV?L
No. 42. North River, font of Canal ^^?B
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the Du
and 80th of every month except when these
dates rall on Sunday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with ct earn?
ers for South Pacific and Central American ports.
Departure or 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asp in wau.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticket? or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal stree', North River, New York.
Jnly26-lyr_F. R. HABY. Agent.
doors, Sashes and Blinds
SASHES AND BLINDS.
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
Has removed his Office to and opened hts prin?
cipal SALESROOMS at No. 20 UAYNE STREET
and No. 33 PINCKNEY STREET, where he rakes
pleasure In offering to the p i bile a tull stock or his
own manufacture of DOHRS SASHES, BLINDS,
MOULDINGS, NEWELS, BALUSTERS, Ac
WOOD TURNING In all Its branches.
A specialty made or FRENCH and AMERICAN
WINDOW GL i ss, ar- Wholesale and Retail.
MW Orders for stock or Irregular size work re
celved either at the Salesrooms. No. 20 Qayne
street, or at the FACTORY on Horlbeck's Wharr.
FI ?ST-CUSS MEDAL
ALF. LABARRAQUE AND Co
Approved by the Imperial Academy
The Quintana Labarraque is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all the other preparations of Peruvian Bark
The Bark Wines usually employed inme
dicine are prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing to the manner in which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than the traces of active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Qainlum Labarraque, approved by
the Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on the
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely.
The Quiniam Labarraque is prescribed
with great success for persons of weak con
titution, or for those debilitated by various
exhausting causes or past sickness; for youths
fatigued by too rapid growth; for young
girls whose development takes place with
difficulty; for women in childbirth; and for
aged persons enfeebled by years or illness,
lt is the best preserva ti ve against Fevers.
In cases of Chlorosis, Anemia, orGreensik
nois, this Wine is a powerful auxiliary of
the ferruginous pr?parations. In conjunction,
for example, with VAULT'S PILLS, the rapidi?
ty ol* its action is really marvellous.
Depot in Paris, L- FRERE, 19, raejicob.
i Agents In Charleston: DOWIE, MOISE
L Sc DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS!
Tl MRYLii FERTILIZING MD MiWlCTDRKG CO.
HAYE PREPABED A SPECIAL FERTILIZER ADAPTED TO THE COTTON PLANT,
UNDER THE NAME OP
O O X T O IV F O O I> !
Which they claim to be of tbe Hlgbeat Grade of Fertilizer sold in the South, and croaran tee to equal
In results Peruvian Guano, pound for pound, and of more permanent benefit to the soil.
It has been used by several hundred Planters In North and South Carolina and Georgia, for two
seasons, with the following resaits :
It Increases the crop rrom 100 to 200 per cent.
It resista drought in all cases. The crop ls not affected by rust.
It matures the crop three to four weeks in advance, thus insuring the crop against early fr oats,
or In the event of a backward season for planting enables the planter to pnt In his crop three or four
weeks later, even as lata as the 1st of Jnne, with a certainty ot success.
It produces a better quality of Cotton.
Looking at the low price of Cotton, the intelligent planter will readily comprehend the necessity
of using nothing but the highest grade or Fertilizers, and of strictly avoiding those whose value-,
has been reduced by adulteration or the use of cheap materials under the pretence of meeting the
low price of Cotton.
If his crop ls only donbled by the use of "COTTON FOOD", lt will give him from one to two hun.
dred per cent, profit on h s outlay, with cotton at 12K cents per pound, and lt will enable Mm to plant
fewer acres, with a corresponding reduction of labor and expense, with better results.
$55 PER TON, IN SACKS, TWELVE TO THE TON.
LAWRENCE SANGSTON, President,
No. SB EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
J. R. PRINGLE & SON, Agents,
Janl6-mwf3mos CHARLESTOS, 8. C.
TO THE PLANTERS OF THE SOUTH !
KINSMAN Ac H O W ELL,
AGENTS JOH THE SOUTHERN STATES. *
THE ATTENTION OF SOUTHERN PLANTERS IS INVITED TO THE FOLLOWING NAMED FIRST
CLASS FERTILIZERS, which have been used throughout the Southern States for the past fifteen
years with success :
H. PRESTON & SON'S
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSED OF BONES, SULPHUEIC ACID, POTASH AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
CASH, $45; TOSE, $50..
AMM0NIATED SOLUBLE PH0SPHATIC GUANO,
COMPOSED OF NAVASSA GUASO, BONES, SULPHURIC ACID, POTASH AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
CASH, 84 51 TIME.8 50.
ALL OF THE ABOVE FERTILIZERS ARE MADE FROM THE BEST AND FINEST MATERIALS
tobe procured. The proportions or each of the Ingredients are such as to produce powerful and
active Fertilizers. For Planters' Certificates and Analysis send to
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
Jac29-mwf2mos _NO. 128 EA3T BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
?TLANT?C PHOSPHATE. .
Thia FERTILIZER, manufactured by the ATLANTIC) PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under th? dlreo
?on or' their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, ls now offered to the Planting Community AT
TBF VERY REDUCED PRICE OF $48 PER TON CASH, or $5$ PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872,
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very extensively used in this State, and has giren entire satisfaction ;
soma of the must practical planters admit un g ll to be equal to Peruvian Guano, pound for pound.
All sales made rrow will be considered as cash on the 1st of March, 1872, ann to those haying on
time the sale will be considered as doe on 1st November. 1872.
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, without extra cost, to haul their Manure at a
time wben their wagons and mules are idle.
Pamphlets containing the certificates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE will be
furnished on application to the Agents.
PELZER, RODGERS &J30., General Agents/
deos-tmos BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE NEW IMPROVED
WHEELER & WILSON
SEWING- MACHINE !
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST !
WHEELER & WILSON
AT THE LATE STATE FAIR, HELD AT'
COLUMBIA I, * ; '
Why lt S h on ld Have the Preference of
all Other? t
lat. Because it is tbe simplest. **
2d. Because it sews easier.
Sd. Because lt sews faster.
4th. Because lt asea no Shuttle.
6th. Because lt maces less noise.
Oth. Because lt ls more durable.
7th. Because lt has been before the public for
over twenty years, and hence lt ls no experiment
to try lt.
Ninety thousand more Family Maehlnes sold
than by any other Company, its late Improve?
ments sec lt far ahead of anything in the market.
Adjusting and repa ring done promptly. AU
Call and examine, whether wishing to purchase
WHYTE & HARR AL,
General Southern Agenta,
IVO. SOO KING STREET.
Cigare, Sobarco, SFt.
WILLIAM HL OF FBUBSU.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOOTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine Stock before trading else?
"WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on
hand. I n vt s 126 cents and try your luck,
mc ti 7 DcAwlyr
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
NO. 369 KINO STBSBT,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle
men's Ladles aad Children's Clothes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done up with the
Soft or Manufacturers' Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
mw Goods received and returned by Express.
Jun22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietor,
I NOTICE OP REMOVAL.
SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
HAYE BEHOVED TO
No. 186 KINO STREET,
(Forest House Block,) opposite D. H. Slicox's
Furniture Ware rooms, on or about 26 th February.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C.. December 23, 1871.
On and siter SUNDAY, December 24, the Passen?
ger Trains on the Sooth carolina Railroad win ron
Leave Charleston.8.10 A V
Arrive at Augusta.4,25 p M
Leave Charleston.8.10 A kt
Arrive at Columbia.?. 405 p ic
FOB CHABLBSTON. '
Leave Augusta.7.40 A X
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p K
Leave Columbia.?.7.40 A IC
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p ic
THB0?GH WILMINGTON TRAIN. .
Leave Augusta.8.00*1, ic.
Arrive at Ringville.9.00 A IC
Leave Kin g vii le..12.80 F X
Arrive at Angnata.6.80 F M
AUGUSTA NIGHT SXPBB8S. .
Leave Charleston.8.80 p M
Arrive at Augusta.7.80 A IC
Leave Angosta.e.oo p ic
Arrive at Charleston.6.66 A IC
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXPrtBSS.
Leave Charleston.7.10 p x
Arrive at Columbia.?..6.80 A X
Leave Columbia.7.00 r x
Arrive at Charleston.....7.00 A X
Leave Summerville at.7.26 A X
Arrive at charleston at.8.46 A x
Leave Charleston at.8.80 p x
Arrive at summerville at.4.46 F x
Leave Camden.6.16 A X
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A X
Leave Columbia. 1.46 v x
Arrive at Camden.6.2S p x
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Railroad. . .
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenvale
and Columbia Railroad, sud wii h Charlotte Road
to points Non h.
Uamden Train connects at Ringville, dally (ex?
cept snndars) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PIC g ENS. G. T. A._JanlO
"VfORTHE ASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHABLBSTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 6.80 A. M.
and 616 P. M. ._
Arrive at Charleston 7.80 A. M. (Mondays! ex?
cepted) and 2.30 P. M.
Trsln does not leave Charleston 6.16 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving 6.80 A. M. makes tbrongh connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqnla
Creek only, going through In 40 hours.
Passengera leaving by 6.16 P. M. Train have
choice or route, via Ricnmond and Washington,
or via Por.smooth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay ever on SUNDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATUBDAYremain SUN?
DAY In Wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to ( lncinnatl, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains making connec?
tions at Washington with Western trams of Balti?
more and ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLBAPOR, General Ticket Agent.
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND
CHABLBSTON, S. C., November 22,1871.
On and after MONDAY. December the nth, the
Passenger Trains on thia Road will runas follows:
Leave Charleston dally.8.26 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally.9.16 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.1L16 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston daily.6.86 A. M.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 8.15 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 4.16 P.M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 406 P. M.
Freight forwarded dally on through bills of lad
tor to points In Florida and by Savannah une of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and at as low ratea as by any other une.
C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. 0. BOYLSTON, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.