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AN IMPORTED NATURAL
GU .A. 1ST O !
A. Gonuino Animal ,Doposit
A monopoly of tliis valuable deposit Las been created in favor of this Company by the
CROWN OFFICERS. ' -
The Dame of GUANAHANI is a registered TRADE MARK at the U. S. PATENT OF
FICE, and all persons are warned from making use of the same in connection with fertil
izers of any kind.
EXAMINE ANALYSES OF
Prof. F. A. GEN'TII, Philadelphia, Professor of Applied Chemistry, University of Penn
sylvania. , ' .
Prof. P. B. WILSON, Baltimore, late Assistant to the great German Chemist, IJarron J.
IMPORTED ONLY BY THE
GUANAHANI GUANO COMPANY,
PRESIDENT MA J. N. M. TANNOR, of Rowlett &. Tannor.
VICE-PRESIDENT ROBT. A. MARTIN, of Robert A. Martin & Co.
FRANK POTTS, of Mcllwaine & Co.; C. R. BISHOP, of Bishop & Branch ; JOHN R.
PATTERSON, of Patterson, Madison & Co.; DAVID CALENDAR; JOHN MANN; JOHN
C. ARMISTEAD ; W. A. K. FALKENER.
WM.K. CiHIFFlTII, of ICaltimorc, Ceueral Agent.
Petersburg, Va., December 17th, 1S7C.
To the Farmers uud Ciuano Dealers of XorlU Carolina and Virginia:
Gentlemen : To the many of you with whom I am personally acquainted, I would say,
that of good results from GUANAHANI GUANO, I have not the shadow of a doubt. Con
taining, as it dees, in such large amounts, the essentials for plant food, success from its
application would seeru certain. It being of animal origin, you will sea at once that its
ingredients must be all soluable in the aoil. Its nitrogen, Iroui nitric acid, is the most
available form known to chemistry ; the other part, from undeconi posed animal matter, is
preferable to the volatile salts in Peruvian Guano. I ask of each of you the kindness of a
thorough examination of the accompanying analyses by two of the great chemists oi the
countrv. With respect, yours truly,
WM. R. GRIFFITH, General Agent.
TEE COMPANY GUARANTEES THAT EVERY CARGO WILL BE ANALYZED BE
FORE IT IS OFFERED FOR SALE.
Ammonia, from both Nitrogen and Nitric Acid 2 to o per cent.
Bone Phosphate of Lime 25 to 50 per cent
LETTER FROM PROF. WM. C. KERR, STATE GEOLOGIST OF NORTH CAROLINA :
Raleigh, N. C January 7th, 1874.
11' n. R. GrijHlh, Etq., Gottral Agent Guanahani Guano Company, Petertlurg Virginia :
Dear Sir: D. F. A. Genth, whose Analysis of the Guanahani Guano you have shown me
is Chemical Miuerologist to the Geological Survey, and has no superior as a chemist. I
have no hesitation in endorsing any analysis from his laboratory. And I think the an
alysis justifies his statement that the substance examined by him is a VALUABLE MAN
URE. From his report, and that of Prof. Wilson, it is evidently & TRUE GUANO, both in
origin and composition, and its action on crops may ba expected to be the same in kind
and in degree, proportion to its relative per cenlage of the valuable ingredients Phos
phoric Acid, Ammonia and Potash, that of the first being unusually high.
W. G. KERR, State Geologist-
The following analyses of different cargoes and samples by two cf the leading chemists
of the country, are given for the guidance of the public:
LETTER OF PROF. P. B. WILSON, LATE ASSISTANT OF BARON J. VON. LIEBIG.
CHEMICAL LABORATORY OF PROF. P. B. WILSON, No. 30 Second Street.
Baltimore, December 1st, 1S73.
Maj. N. M. Taxxok, Piesident Guanahani Guano Company, Petersburg, Va.:
Dear Sir : I have drawn samples of the Guano, as it has arrived in cargo lots, and find
it exceedingly uniform in the amount of Phosphoric Acid it contains, namely, from 15 to
19 per cent. This is combined with Lime, and is of animal origin, and readily assimilable
by plants. It contains potential ammonia and nitric acid, having a combined Nitrogen
value equal to from 2 to 3 per cent, of ammonia, with the alkalies Potash and Soda, and
valuable proportions of Sulphate of Lime. The whole forming a very desireable combina
tion for all crops, and when applied to land, the crop receiving proper tillage, must in my
opinion, give as good results as any guano offered to the farmer.
Being of animal origin, the organtic matter has undergone partial decomposition, and it
necessarily contains a valuable amount of Humus, which makes its fertilizing power much
greater than fertilizers which are compounded largely of Peruvian Guano, which, beyond
its ammonia and small phosphatic value, has little or no power in absorbing from the at
mosphere and retaining in the soil the movable elements absorbed by moisture and brought
down by the rains, as the guano yoa are now placiug npon the market. All of the
components of this Guano are very soluble in the soil, and possess such physical proper
ties as to render it at all times and under all circumstances as immediately available plant
The late samples you sent me for analysis, from the deposit which yon inform me you
intend to ship from, show a decrease in the phosphatic value, butja large increase in its ni
trogen compounds. I think, however, from previous observations of cargoes, that you may
reasonably expect, that cargoes taken from where these sample were drawn, will materi
ally improved in the saline compounds, (phosphates alkalies and magnesia.)
Respectfully, &c4 P. B. WILSON, Analytical and Consulting Chemist.
Baltimore, December 1st, 1678.
Maj. N. M. Tasnok, President Guanahani Guano Company, Petersburg, Va.:
Dear Sir: The following is the result of analysis of samples drawn by m-j from three
combined cargoes of your guano :
Moisture, (deter, at 2Y1 degrees F.) 14.99 per cent.
Ni'rgen 1.49 per cent.
Equal to Ammonia 1.77 per cent.
Nitric Acid 3.07 per cent.
Having a itrogen value equal to Ammonia 1.02 per cent.
Phosphoric Acid 19"41 per cent. -
Equal to Bone Phosphate of Lime 42.37 per cent.
v-nionae 01 ooaiutn and potassium
Respectfully, &c, P.
Chejiical Laboratokt of Prof. P. B. Wilson, No. 30 Second St.,
,r . Baltimore, November 29th, 1673.
Maj. N. M. Tannor, President Guanahani Gnuno Company, Petersburg, Va
Dear Sir : The ssmr)le of G nanrt marked Vf. 10 Chart. S rrnfnin
Moisture (dried at 313 desreesF.)
Containing Ammonia 2.73 Der
Nitric Acid 6.76 per
Having Nitrogen value to Ammonia
Insoluble Matter 1.00 ner
Phosphoric Acid 10.29 per
Equal to Bone Phosphate of Lime
Potash and Soda, as Chlorides. . ..2.93 par
Chemical Laboratory of Prof. P. B. Wilsox, No. 30 Skcoxd St.,
xr . ,f , Baltimore Nov. 9th, 1&73.
waj. js. M. lannor, President Guanahani Guano Company, Petersburg. Va.,
Dear Sir : The samples of Guanahani Guano you handed me for analysis, marked No
6. Chart F. contains :
Moisture (dried at 212 degrees F.) 18.18 per cent.
Organic Matter. 29.62 per cent.
Containing Ammonia 2.86 per cent.
Nitric Acid 2.88 ipr rnt
Having a Nitrogen value equal to Ammonia 90 per cent
Containg Insoluble Residue 6.50 per cent.
Magnesia 6-3 per cent.
L;")e 15.21 per cent.
Sulphuric Acid 1.C4 per cent.
Phosphoric Acid 11.96 per cent.
Equal to Bone Phosphate of Lime 2G.10 per cent.
Potash and Soda, as Chlorides, 2.09 per cent.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA,
M, . v r -r r. . t- West Philadelphia, 19th, 1873.
Maj. N M. Tannor, Petersburg, Va.,
Dear Sir : In compliance with your request, I have analyzed sample of " Guanahani
uuano, and have made additional examination of an average sample from a lot of 300
tons the result of which, I beg to embrace in the following. The Guano is a brownish
powder, with lumps of combinations of lime with Carbonic Phosphoric and Nitric acids
U contains a considerable quantity of water (about 20 per cent.), and when dried is a taler
..yunuci. iiiBuuduuia eviueuuy oiammai origin, and the minute bones which
were discovered in the same, indicate that it is the result of the decay of bats mice &c
1 he quantity of organic matter, which is still present, is about 12 per cent., and 'this yields'
.1", o a(juiuoiioi
........ cuuui per cent, was iouna. ah tne
...... i.iua. iiio uuSluuiu; uciu 1.1 me unano, about 12i per cent., equal to
-1 -i percent of bone phosphate. A considerable quantity of the phosphoric acid how
ever, is present, as so-called neutual phosphate of lime, which, being slightly soluble in
water renders the Guano as quick in its action as a corresponding quantity of super
phosphate would do. 1 he small per centage of potash, which was found in the analysis
aaus 10 its value. J '
Ff,f "neexPe!im,ents which I have made of the Guanahini Guano.no doubt can
exist that it is a valuable manuure. '
n TAN'oli' President Guanahani Guano Company, Petersburg,' Va., '
Dear ait- : The sample of Guano analized in compliance with your favor of 121st atif'llh
SffiM aUd aUlm0nia' Psoda, lime aU magVefa;
Equivalent to Bone Phosphate of Lime '. "
Nitric Acid, '
Nitrogen, equivalent to Ammonia
WHOLE AMOUNT OF AMMONIA.
Nitric Acid, (producing nitrogeuequal to Ammonia,)
Tiic Company recommend an application of from 200 to 250 pound, per acrel
but not over the larser aiuanm per acre,
ir&SXfr l 8 5" the spring
1-or lurther information apply at the offie of the
;UAIYAIIA!YI GUANO COM PAN Y
N. M. TANNOR, President. EOBT A MJBtiv v,
WILLIAM R. GRIFFITH, GencVul Agent iee FT-
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SOLE AGENT FOR '
-mu.h.nl Out.. Company ft Ta.r., K C, MA tu. riuluttr.
'If Jk 1' I I XI I.' I"
9 3C per cent i
1 per cent!
B. WILSON, Analyt. & Consulting Chem.
2.13 per cent
.24.82 per ceni.
.28.32 per cent.
.46.80 per cent.
22.4G per cent.
100 00 per cent.
WILSON, Analyt. and Consulting Chem.
.62.80 per rent, j
100.00 per cent.
WIKSON, Analyt. and Consulting Chem.
me nitrogen is present, as nitric acid of
nitrogen present would be eqnivalent to about
F. A. GENTH.
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resi rniiadelpbia, Nov. 28th, 1873,
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Waiting ! yes, patiently waiting
For the cloud to be lifted oi high,
For the mountains of sorrow and trouble
To be scaled that shut out the blue sky.
Waiting, with heart sad and dreary,
With spirit oppressed all alone,
For the beautiful light that is, surely,
To me on Time's waves being borne.
Waiting ! how trustfully waiting
For a voice from the far golden shore,
To call me where light lingereth ever,
And shadows may shroud us no more !
Wailing! oh hopefully waiting,
For Angels to beckon me where
The moan of Life's sea die forever
In Eternity's anthem of prayer.
Waiting ! the hours are dreary
No light, love or joy to cheer,
But ah ! when the waiting hath ended,
Light and joy eternal appear !
Few, if any, repent of their si
lence; many repent of their talk.
Absence makes the heart grow
fonder "of somebody else," sensi
bly adds ajounglady.
When did the greatest rise in milk
take place? When the cow jumped
over the moon.
"Oh, you old buffer!"' as the old
woman exclaimed when an engine
koncked her down.
The most uncommon of all rail
road accidents the arrival of a train
at the appointed time.
A lady once entered a stage coach
with so much powder on her face
that she blew up the driver.
A lady was lately hugged to
death in Minnesota another illus
tration of the "power of the press."
An English wag says that 'ma
chinery wheels are so modest that
they generally travel in cog.'
Our little a evil who boasted he
could marry any girl he pleased
found that he couldn't please any.
" Though lost to sight to memory
dear," aH the man said when he
paid for his Thanksgiving dinner.
A county o ;i;
i 'close, but not i:!om euourh
waves of the
'; ocean will, if we writ
; break at our feet nnd
Is dein bcl's n'ngin'
' lerius? ' Iso, sir. D
for fire, Til-
ey cot nientv
I o' fire;
I ter '!'
dem lells is rinfrir.' for wa-
j A newspaper imp is responsible fur
j the following cure for bed-bugs with
I salt water : This will make the bugs
i dry, and while they are .iftfr a drink
I move your bed into another room.
j Hydrophobia." If my vife runs
I away init anoder man's vife, I shake
I him out of his preeches, if she be
my ladder, mine (jot:
Jones being told that lie looked
seedv and asked what businees lie
I was in, repnea, 'i lie hard wear
! 1..1- 71. '
i , .1
j cung lady, I uesday night at the ;
i Post-office : 'If I don't get a letter j
1LTU1V ilL 111 V ill Ml llf .
u; numi ui tu Know w nut
he was doin Sunday, that's all.'
To Clean Bottles. Partly fill
the bottle with soap suds, drop in
one or two dozen tacks or small
nails, and shake them up briskly.
A white boy met a colored boy
and asked him what he had such a
short nose for. '7 spect so it won't
poke itself into other people's busi
nes?.' An honest farmer thus writes to
the chairman of an English agricul
tural society: 'Gentlemen, pleas put
tne down on vour list of cattle for a
The conductor of an omnibus said
to a young lady, one of his passen
ger.? "Mis, your fare." "Well if
j I am," she replied, " I dont want
j any of your impertinence. "
! Stone jars which have become of
! fensive and unfit for use mav ho rpn-
ueren pertectly sweet by packing
them full of earth and letting them
stand two or three weeks.
The true paterns of nobility come
from Heaven not from the petty
kings of earth, who tap men with
their swords, and with a terrible
bitter sarcasm upon manhoed, call
them noble. '
A : lady who offers to furnish
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says in a postcript: "N. B. i can
send you sum pomes to, sum real
pretty verses if you desire that i
write myself, for i can write pomes
as well as storys." The editor is
mean enough to decline on the
ground of poverty superinduced by
Ax Editor's Confession. An
editor of a Western journal gives
the following as to his editorial
Been asked to drink, - - i 3qq
Ilrank, - - . . u'm
Requested to retract, - . 417
Didn't retract, - - . 415
Invited to parties, reccntions. nrespr.
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the other fellow.
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Been promised bottles of champagne
1. - t ... . f- I
wuisKy, gin, Diners, Doxes of ci
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Been after them, -Goinjr
Been asked " What's the news'!
Lied about it,
Been to church,
Expect to change still,
Gave for charity,
Gave for a terrier dog,
Cash en haxd,
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If yoa are gaining little b' rttle,"
every, day, bc.coutcnt. "v',: :
. Are your..ppen-scs less, tuaa your
income,; so. that, theugh it be 4itt)e,
you are yet constantly accumulating,
and growing richer and every. Jay ?
Be content; so -for,, as.jcoacerns
money, you are doing well.
Are you gaining knowledgbrcVe.fy :
dav ? Thoush it be" little "bv little.
the aggregate of the accumulation,;
wuere no uav 13 peiiuinea ' w pa
without addirrg something, to ' the
stock, will be surprising to yourself.'
Solomon did not become the wisest
man in the world in a minute.
Littto by little never omitting to
learn"something, even for .a,, single
day always reading always. tudy
ing little between' the "time -of
rising up in the morning nd lying
down at night : this, ,is the "way,, to'
accumulate , a full , storc-housa of
knowledge. ; . - !,:
Finally," are you daily improving
..t o ' !' M:' .. 1
in tuaiiiutti .ye jfii uiscourageu
because it is Utile by little. .-(.The
best of men fall far short of what
they themselves would wish tq ' be,
It is something, it is much, if Vyou
keep your good resolutions better
to-day than you did yesterday,
better this week than you did last
year. Strive to be perfect, bui do
not become disheartened so long as
you are approaching nearer and
nearer to the high standard at
which you aim.
Little by little fortunes are
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gained; little by little character and
reputation are achieved. ...VitIi little
by little, therefore, do not be (lis
contented, but press on. Ledjer.
Fault Finding: '
The world'fs fulf BfcEronfcull
finders. Nothing cari 'ntease them.
They take delight ip'grpwlipg tuf;.
grumbline oyer everv , thm?, thev
meet. If anything is: eocd ' theviJ
comp.ain Decauso it is 'not' better:
Ulumanity has no bright side' to
tnese grumblers: It looks black,,
blank, dreary, hopeless to them,
from whatever point of view they
examine it. . ;
They overlook the virtues of an.
individual, and hold up a single
fault to judge his character' from.'
They denounce a party as' corrupt,
because a few -rascals in 'it disgrace
themselves by unworthy acts. Tbe
cnurch is false because a few!
Ii rnnririQ finI cl,rtM T : . 1
the world is on the h'gh road to de-v
! struction, and everything indicates
: tllP (lenrM vi rv rif m-in
'A'e do not';
i snrv'llio l,.,i-i.:nn..o ,.f - 1
j Their unhappy frame of mind is!
I about the only pleasure" thev eniov.
j It may sound paradoxical;- but , the
social misery they create is to them
a source of enjoyment. A single
hopeful heart is worth a regiment
of fault finders. Humanity ha3 its
bright side; beautiful and attractive
to those who seek it. The world h
alive with public and private virtue,
and we should be ready at all times
to foster and encourage this element
of social comfort and public happi
j Gen. Gordon's Speech on the
! Salary Bill. WmJUngton. Jau
-i r fTM 1 .
1-. -Liie speeca ot lieneral ur-
don' of ire0TSi, in the Senate to
day on the salary question was
listened to with great attention, cs.
pecially that portion of it which
partook of the nature of a personal
explanation, ana winch referred to
tne surrender ot General Lee at
Appomattox. Mr. Gordon made it
because, lie said, he had been
charged with being influenced by
personal prejudice against the Ad
ministration. He said he was one of those who
held a command in the Confederate
army when it surrendered to Gen.
Grant at Appomatox, anduutil that
time he had never known what grief
was. The negotiations occupied
four days and four nights, and dur
ing all that time not one word of
exultation escaped the lips of the
Federal commanders. , In fact.they
evaded all conversation relative to
battles in which the Union arms
had been successful, and spoke only;
of those engagements in which they
had been defeated. , It. sank deep
into his heart, and he" mentioned
the fact to prove that he was riot
personally hostile to . President
How Old Hickory Got His
.Name. A correspondent of the
Jackson (Miss) News tells how Gen.
Jackson got hia title of Old Hict
ojry. He says he got the story from
vapi,. niiam Alien, a near neigh
bor of the General, and who messed
witn mm during the Creek war
During tne campaign the' soldiers
were moving rapidly to surprise the
muians, ana were without tents.
A cold March rain came on, mingled
wich sleet, which lasted for several
days. Gen. Jackson got a severe
cold, but did not complain as he
tried to sleep in a muddy bottom
among his half-frozen soldiers.
Capt. Allen and his brother -John
cut down a stout hickory tree, peel
ed off the bark, and made h cover
ing for the General, who' was with
difficulty persuaded to crawl into it.
The next morning a drunken citi
zen entered the camp, and'' seeing
the tent kicked it over.' ' As Jack
son crawled from the mins, the
toper cried, Hello, Old Hickory !
come out of vour bark ' and iin na
ia a unnK. !
A La Cros3e man who eommftrcrt
suicide, wrote a note for his wife,
which said : I'm going to a country
where red-headed women, are never
seen, bhe was so mad that she would
not attend the fiinr-ii
A western editor thus winds up a
definition of eternity : 1 '
"Whjv my friends, after. uVJUos
and millions of years luuf failed
away in eternity, it vrould be i hun
dred thousand years '.tQ'.'breakfrsi
time." . , ..J5. ...,; 4
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In! prices ' for. Cash' on all Goods at
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BLACK SILKS worth $1.75 and $2.25
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Ladies and Children FURS for HALF
j ' : '
Overcoats and Talmas worth Twenty
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