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TBS O EN ER AL A88EMBZT.
Acts and Joint R?solutions? Session
IO F F I CI AL.]
AS ACT to incorporate the Stonewall Fire En?
gine Company of Chester.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate ann
Hoese of Representatives of the State of Sonth
Carolina, now met and sitting in General As?
sembly, and by the authority of the same:
That T. S. Mills, R. M. Dunlevy, E. T. Atkin?
son, J. T. Elliott, David Hemphill, J.
H. Vanness, J. A. Bradley, Jr., by
the name and style of the Stonewall
"Fire Engine Company, of the town oi Chester,
and their associates and successors In office,
be, and are hereby, created and constituted a
body corporate and politic, by and under the
name and style aforesaid, with a capital stock
not to exceed the sum of ten thousand dollars,
with the right to sue and be sued, plead and
be impleaded, in any court o? competentflUris
diction; to have and to use a common seal,
and^he same to alter at will or pleasure, and
with all other rights, privileges and Immuni?
ties* that are now, or hereafter may be, sectored
bj law to like incorporated bodies.
SEC. 2. That this act shall be deemed a pub?
lic act, and shall remain in force for the term
of fourteen years.
Approved January 23, 1871.
AN ACT to provide a salary for the office ol
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State of South
Carolina, BOW met and sitting in General As
. sexbly, and by tbe authority of the same:
That tho Lieutenant-Governor of the State
of South Carolina shall receive an annual sal?
ary of twenty-five hundred dollars; the same to '
1)6 paid to bim quarterly out of tne treasury of
the State; the said salary to be exclusive of the
pay heretofore provided by law tor the Lleu
tdnant-Governor whilst acting as president ol
OFFICE SECRETABT OF STATE, / j
COLOMBIA, 8. C., January 18,1871. j
This act having been presented lo the Gov?
ernor for bis ?ppr* val, and not having been
returned by /htm to the branch of the General
Assembly, in which. tt originated, within the
-time prescribed-by the constitution, has be?
come a law without his approval. -
'* F. L. CABDOZO, .
Secretary of State.
~A~N ACT to recharter the Pumpkintown Turi
plke Road, in Pick ens County.
. SEC. I. Be it enacted by the Senate and
House o? Representatives ol tbe State of Sooth
Carolina, now met and sitting in General As?
sembly, and by the authority ol the same :
That tbe turnpike road leading from Pump
"Jslntown to Table R?ele, ia PlcKens County, be,
and tba same is hereby, rechartered, in the
name of Marcus D. Keith, for the term ot four?
teen yean, with the same Tates cd toll as those
heretofore allowed by law.
. .SEC. 2. That all persons going to and return?
ing'from .elections, churches and mills, snail
be allowed to pass over the road free of toll.
. Approved January 23, 1871.
AN ACT to-extend the time for officers to
SECTION I. Be it enacted by the 8eoate and
Bouse of ?Representatives of the State of
South Carolina, now met and sittlng.in Gene?
ral Assembly, and by the authority of the
That all officers elected at the recent elec?
tions be, and they are hereby, allowed until
the fifteenth day oi January, 1971, to quality
.and enter npon the duties of their respective
offices, and on failure to qualify withlu the
specified time, their respective offices fhall be
.declared vacant by tbe Governor.
i"SEC. 2. That all acts and parts of acts incoh
slstent with this act are hereby suspended un?
til alter the fifteenth of January next.
Approved December 21,1870.
JOINT RESOLtrnoN authorizing the State llbra
-.? rian to cause to be prepared an index to vol?
ume li ot the statutes ot this State.
Whereas, In binding. fhe statutes oi the
State of South Carolina at large, designed to
form the 14th volume, lt becomes necessary
that an index of contents be prepared for the
SECTION 1. Be it resolved by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the State ol South
Carolina, now met and sitting in General As?
sembly, and by the authority of the same:
That the State librarian be, and he is hereby,
authorized to cause to be compiled an Index
of contents to the fourteenth volume of the
statutes of this State, ata cost not exceeding
one hundred and ninety dollars.
Sac. 2. That the Treasurer of the State be,
and?e Is hereby, authorized and directed .to
pay tbe arnon nt named In the proceeding sec?
tion, ont of any public funds not otherwise ap?
propriated, on the receipt ot sufficient evi?
dence of the completion of the work.
Approved the lath day of December, A. D.
isa . ' r
JOINT RESCUTTION- for the relief of Samuel
Cochran, Thomas Cochran, Elizabeth Coch?
ran, Juliana Irvine, Isabella Irvine and Hen?
rietta Irvine. i
Be it resoheefby* the Senate -and House, of'
Repr?sentatives of the State of Sonth Carolina,
now met and sitting in General Assembly, and
by tte authority of the same, That any and ail.
property, real br personal, of the late Juliana
Isard, deceased, now in the possession, or
tinder the control of B. C. Pressley, Esq., of
Cha/ieatofi, South Carolina, executor of the
last will and testament of said Juliana Izard,
deceased, be distributed and disposed of ac?
cording to tbe (rue Intent and purpose of the
said Juliana Izard, as Indicated In ber last will
and testament, and that.the right df the State
to said property be, and the same hereby ls,
released. . ;
s Approved January 26, 1871.
JOINT R?SOLUTION1 authorizing the attorney
general to employ assistance in certain suits
now pending, and making an appropriation
to pay for the same.
Whereas, As appears by the report of the
State auditor, the South Carolina, Northeast?
ern, and Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Companies have procured suits to be brought
against themselves in the United States Cir?
cuit Court for the purpose of contesting the
right oi the State to tax their property, and,
whereas, it ls to the interest ol the State thtt
a speedy decision ol these suits shall be reach?
Be it resolved by the Senate and House of
aepresentallve of the State ol' South Carolinn,
now met and silting in General Assembly; and
by the authority of the same, that the attor?
ney-general be?, and he is hereby, authorized
to employ such assistance* as he may ne Ai in
defending the interest of the State in these
suits; and that? to pay for such assistance, five
thousand dollars, lt so much be necessary, ls
hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the
treasury not. otherwise appropriated, the ac?
counts to be audited by the State auditor, and
paid upon the warrant of the comptroller
Approved December 23,1870.
JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing and directing
the State auditor and county commissioners
to levy certain taxes.
Be it resolved, by tb? Senate and House of
Representatives of the State of South Carolina,
now met and sitting in General Assembly, and
by the authority of the same :
That the State auditor be, and he is hereby
authorized and directed to levy and cause to
be collected a tax of nine mills on a dollar, of
all taxable property in the State, to meet ap?
propriations for the fiscal year, 1870; and the
county commissioners ol each of the coun?
ties are hereby authorized to levy and
cause io be collected a tax not ex?
ceeding three mills on a dollar of all
taxable property in their respective coun?
ties for the fiscal year' 1870, excepting the
county commissioners of Beaufort, George?
town, Barnwell, Newberry, Picken?. Edge
field and Laurens counties, who are hereby
authorized to levy and cause to be collected a
tax not exceeding four mills on the dollar;and
excepting the counties of Clarendon, Darling?
ton, Horry and Richland, who are hereby au?
thorized to4evy and collect a tax not exceed?
ing five mills on the dollar. Two mills of the
said tax so levied in Darlington County shall
be devoted to the completion of the courthouse
at Darlington, provided so much shall be ne?
.Approved December 2GJ, 1870.
CARDIFF-Per Norwegian baric Draupner-3962
railway bara, to omer.
G OTTENBURG-Per bark Howard-2009 bales up?
NEW YORK-Per steamship James Adger-513
bales np and cotton, 18 tags sea Island cotton, 87
tierces rice, 120 bbls ro.-in, 20 bales domestics, 68
packages sundries. "
Th?Charleston Cotton, lliie ami Naval
OFFICE CHARI.SSTON NRWS. )
TUESDAY-EVEKING, February 7, 1671. i
COTTON.-There was a somewhat steady and
rather active inquiry for tills staple, prices exhi?
biting atendency In raver ofbuyern. Sales about
LO :o baies, say 1 at 12,103 at viii, c-3 at 12?4', 2GC
at 13, 22a at 13U, 154 atJlSJjf, 25 ntu, 200at 14 1-16,
SO at 14);, 153 at 14ii- 238 at 34/;, 2S6at U}?,
39 at ll.1,', 27 at U}i, and 40 on private terms. We
ordinary to good ordlnury.12J?913J4'
Low middling..'/..14 ffli4,'i
RICE.-This grain maintained a Arm character:
salos about 120 tierces clean Carolina, say leo
tierces at 1%, 23 at 7j,'c V lb. We (tuite common
to lair at 6#@7,\i, good 7,'?@7.3?c $ lb.
NAVAL STORES.-There were no transactions of
FRiionra.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands; vlaNew Y'jrfc.J?i| on uplands, }ii>\
on sea Islands; by sail 7-1 od on upland!?, jf?l
on sea islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to
New Fork, by steam, ??e on uplands and lc on sen
Islands; $2 a tierce on rice; by sail. ?ic * lb no
cotton; - a tierce on rice; 4Cc fi barrel on rosi i
$7@8 "?xM on lumber; $5 "ito a Mon timber. Tt
Boston, by Ball, Xe f* lb on upland cotton,
To Providence, hy sall $8 a M on bowls, a c
? lb on cotton; by steam $l ?? bale on Ne?
fork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, fie fl lt.
on uplands; by sal!, *7 a M on boards: $0 on
timber; $3 ? toa on '.lay, anil *3g3 50 on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, no a lb; bj
m., $? 30.^7 a Mon boards; $3(93 25 11 ton oe"
phosphate rock. Ve'iels are la demand h
onr merchants to take uiraoer freights (rou
Oeorgetown, S. C., Danen and Salilla River, Gu
ind Jacksonville, Fia., to Northern poris, and sr.
@12 "a M are the rates on lumber .iud boards.
BxcaANOE.-Sterling <:o day bir.s 20??@2.'*?.
DOMSSTIC KxciiASiE. - The '-anks purchas
3lght checks at ???.?,' ot!", and sell at par.
markets t?y Telegraph.
MONEY M AH SETS.
NEW YORK, February 7-Noon.-Stcc':s very
qnlet and steady. Goal opened nt 12; now rallier
weak at Uk'. Money easy at 4o5. Exchange,
long, o,'.?; short luSixty-twos -Vrif. Coupons
Evening.-Money abundant at 4v>. sierllng
BoatAally Arm. C:ld ll??allJ?. Governments
steady. Southerns very dull; Tennes.sees 60?;,
new C3??1, Virginias 64. nr-w 60^; Louisianas 67,
new co. levees 7*2. eights 80; Alabamas os, fives
63; Georgias 81>?. sevens'" 86; North Carolinas
47'i, new 26J?; Sonth Caro mas 73>i, new
, COTTON il.Mt?ETS.
Nsw YORE, February 7-Noon.-Cotton drill
and nominal; middling uplands 15J?c; orleans
16c: sales 1000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton dull; sales2003 bales, at iJJie.
'BOSTON, February 7.-Cotton quiet; middlings
i;;?c; net receipts 0i taies; gross 1750; sales 4uu;
BALTIMORE, February 7 - Cotton dull and noml
na ly lower; ralddilmts MKc; net receipts 150
bales ; gross C3? bales: exports coastwise 300 bales ;
sales 515 bale?; stock 12,490 bule?.
WILMINGTON, February 7.-Cation dnll and
nomina;: middlingsI4^c; net receipts'163bales;
NORFOLE, February 7.-Cotton dull: low mid?
dlings I3ji?l4c; net receipts 1096 bales; exports
coastwise loos; sal"s KO; stock ?978.
AUGUSTA, February 7.-Co; ton market dull and
lower at lBJ?al37io tor middlings; sales 700 bales;
recel.>'s 1120.' . J
MOBILE, February 7.-Cotton dull; middllogs
14Jic: net receipts 5591 bales : exports io Great
Britain 27P0 bales: coastwise 721 bales; sales 1O0O
bales; stock 75,744 bales.
GALVESTON, February 7.-Cotton quiet; good
ordinary 12>?al2^c; net receipts 1787 bales; ex
pot ts to Great Britain 7SC balts; sales 700 balee;
stock 61,174 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, February 7.-Cotton steady;
middlings i4i,'ai4;,; .n-t receipts 10,844 bales;
gross receipts 10,949: exports to Great Britain
10,892; to Barcelona 102S; eales 9400; stock 248,
PROVISIONS AND TRODOOB MARKETS.
NEW YORK, February 7.-Noon.-Fionr dull ?nd
unctiftnged. Wheat qnlet and heavy, corn dull.
PorK steady; mess ?22 50a22 75. -Lard quiet;
steam I3)?al3j?c Turpentine Brm at sic. Rosin
quiet at $2?0-for strained. Freights Arm.
Evening.-Southern fionr qnlet; common to
good extra $690a7 40; good to choice St) 45S.8 75.
Whiskey a shade firmer at SS^'aPS'ic. Wheat.
heavy at ia2 cents lower; red Vl'glirla-$152;
winter red and amber Western Bl ?Sal 60: Corn
unehaiiked; Southern yeilow none. Pork quiet
at $22 50*22 75. Beef steady. Lard steady. Tur?
pentine Brm at sic. It09in quiet; strained $2 50.
Tallow weak at 8Jia?c Freights very Arm; by
sall, cotton 5-ieaJi: by steam iiH7-10.
; BALTIMORE, February 7.-Flour dnll, hol lers
refute concessions. When dull, tending down.
Corn, white Southern netter at 80a90c; yellow
at 82c. Provisions ea?v and unchncged. Whis?
key, better feeling at 94c.
CINCINNATI, February T.-Flour ls In good de?
mand at Arm prices. Corn is Arm and In fair de?
mand at 53a55e. Provlstous buoyant and hleher;
mess pork S22a2212>?: new heh! at $22 60. Lard
buoyant ont unsettled: kettle 12J?C. Bacon bnov
aut; shoulders OJ?C; sides n>inl2c, closing quiet
and Arm. Whiskey dull at 87c
LOUISVILLE, Februars 7 -Hagging weak. Flour
qnlet; extra family $7 50: Corn firm; tght re
ceipts. Provisions Armer. Pork $22,25. ^bould?
ers Kc: sides I2al2>?c; hams, iugiT-cured.llc;
plsln 15. Lard 123?al4/?c. Whiskey ssc.
WILMINGTON; February e.-SPIRITS TURP?N
TINE.-Sales of 335 casl:s av 47o per gallon for
ROSIN.-Sales or 13C9 bbls at $2 for srrainerl,
$2 25 for extra No. 2. $2 75. $3a3 7."? for No. l, $4
for extra Nt?. 1, and $4 7.'as 25 for extra pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of- 8030 bbls at $3 25
for soft and $2 10 for barcL
TAR.-Sales of 150 bbls at $165 per bbl-In
COTTON_Market dnll. Sales of 23 bales, as fol?
lows: 7 at ISAC, 2 at V?%, 7 ut iGjtf, and 7 at 14c
per pound-two latter quotations for low mid?
Interior Cotton Markets.
MACON, February 4.-Receipts 445 bales: .ship?
ments 501 bale*: siles iou bales. The market
quiet, with middlings at low grades , still
COLUMBUS. February 4.-Our market is quiet;
middlings ISjjc; sales 2Gi ba.'es; receipt* 155 bales;
shipments 410 bales.
SELMA, February 5.- Th<ve were sates yester?
day to the amount of 128 bales; middling" 14 ??a
UK; low middling 14c; strict good ordinary U?6'a
14J?C. Marker qnlet and dull, wi*h very little
demand. Good co:ton scarce aud high.
Uecaipu hy liatlruatl. Fein um y 7.
sorrn CAROLINA RAILROAD. .
1152 bales cotton, 50 bales poi ds, 675 bushels
corn, 271 .bbls flour. 35 bbis molasse* oe packages
bacon und ls rd. 1 ear s:ock. To ItaUroad Aient
GW\VUie,.LD DtSaussure.G w v. iiihms ,v co
Wiss & co, W CCourtney St co, G U Waller A co'
Pfizer, Rodgers A co, L D Mowry t Son. A li
Mulligan, W D Williams A Son, thackeliord it
Kelly, Sloan 4 Selgnlous, W C Bee A co.A J Sall
nas, j N Robson, Frost 4 Adger, 6 A Trenholm
A Son, Wagener A Jionsees, Steffens, Werner A
Docker, B O'Neill, H Bischoff 4 co, J C H Claua
een, and Jeffords A co.
NORTH EAST HRS 2AILR0AD.
137 bales npland and 3 bags sea Island cotton,
134bbls naval stores, cars lamber, kegs nails,
boxes tobacco, peas, mdse, 4c. To G W williams
4 co, Frost 4 Adger, L D Mowry 4 Son, Graeser
A Smith, G W Witte. A J Salinas, Walter A co, W
C Bee 4 co, W K Ryan, T P Smith, Caldwell 4
Son, Hart 4 co, Smith 4 Chapeau, T L Webb, J
Marshal), Jr, Barden A Parker, A B Mnlilgan, S
D Stoney, Dowling 4 co, W C Courtney A co, C
Flose, Pelzer, Rodgers A co. Stoney A Lowndes,
Vachmann 4 co, J M Scott, J Goshen, W H Welsh,
J B Adger A co, C Graveley, G Foll?n, G H Lind
stedt. W Roach 4 co, J A Qnackenbush, E Wel?
ling, W B Purcell Railroad Agent and.Order.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
63 bales cotton, sacks rough rice, mdse, Ao.
To J G Mllnor 4 co, W A Boyle, Fraser 4 Dill, W C
Bee 4 co, Murdangh 4 Mathewes, Reeder 4 Davis.
J Colcock 4 co, R Morrison, J Colclough, M Cum?
mins, C W Burton, Gaillard 4 Minotr, R Roper,
and F D C Kracke.
Per steamship James Adger, for New. York
W li Donaldson, Rev R P Praet, Capt T F Brown.
Master C Williams, J B Denton, D S Kendall. J
Flowers and wife, A T Wilson and wife. G H Les?
ter, W B Murray, H s Hancock, and J Hem.
Per steamship Champion, from New York
R Redmond, J S Rowland, T S Euswald. H T Fer?
guson. U B Crosby, J Fruth, Mrs Watson, Samuel
King, Mr Cater, J Goddard, Mr Walker and wire,
C Wright. AH Hammond A Clark and wire, w
Whittaker, H Person, Rev G C Needham and wife,
Mrs Seaman and danghier, S W Palmer and wire,
Mrs V Moore, T O'Donnell, and others.
Per steamer PUot Boy. from Savannah, Bean
fort, PaclOc Landing, Perry leland, Ac-W J
Verdler, Miss Sallie Woodward, Mrs L Strobel, J
B Seabrook, Miss M Saber, Miss Yena Buckley,
Mrs W H Brisbane, J Mathlcason, J H Stimmer
man, J McFali, D Stone. G W Stone, S B Gates, E
R Brewster, and 15 deck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
J P McOeudeo. W W Foster, Captain Rankin, J E
Collins, A C Smith, W H Jones, and 22 deck.
Per steamer Eliza Hancox, from Savannah, via
Beaurort, Ac-C J Colcock, D Curtis and-wife. F
E Wilder, W T Dutton and wife, R S Bennett, Rev
G Newcombe, J W Seabrook, and 14 deck.
PO KT VA.IjENDA.lt.
Fall Moon, 5th, 8 honra, 44 minutes, morning.
Last quarter. 12th. 9 horns. 40 minntep, morning.
New Moon, 19th 8 hours. 29 mluutes, in o ru mg.
First yuurier, :7th, 5 hours, 18 minuten, morn'g.
7 ? Tuesday.
11 Saturday.... I
sr/N. ann MOON
nissa, BETH. a. * 3.
CHARLESTON, F E B R U A R.Y. 8 .
Steamship Champion. Lockwood, New York
left saturday. Mdse. To James - Adger 4 co, J D I
Aiken A co, J E Adger A co, M 4 A Ashton, R Ad?
ger, Adams, Damon A co, A H Abrahams A Sons,
F C Bot ner. C D Brahe A co. T M Bristoll 4 co, J
H Bales. Bisseil Bros, B Boyd, E E Bedford. J A
Brenner. fcollma: n Bros. J D Bocsch, E Bates 4
co, J P Brown, Baver A Kres?el, Jr, W P Russell,
M ti Buxeaum, F C Borner, W M Bird 4 co. H Bis?
choff & co. Macdui! Cohen. J Campsen A co, J B
Campbell, W H Chofec 4 co. T M Cater, J B Duval
A Son, J H Devereux, Dowle, Moise 4 Davis, D F
Fleming. Ellas A Bro, Forsyth*, Mccomb A co J S
Fairly m co. Furchgott, Benedict A co, J H Graver
A co. P L Cnlileintn, J Gorham D W Gotgen, C
Graveley, H Gerdts 4 co, Goodrich. Wlneraan 4
co. Goutevemer Br^s, J Hurkamp A co, W Hunt
F S Holmes, Hart A co, J S Uyer, C Hickey, C U
Johnson, J Heins, R Devan 4 Son, Kanapaux A
Cot?zales, Knobeloch 4 S nail, J Kruse, H Klatte
A co, KJinck, Wickenberg 4 co, Krlete 4 Chap?
man. A Langer, Lauroy A Alexander, C Lltschgl,
P B Lata ne A co, J H Lopez, J H Muller, Macqueen
A Riecke, J G Mi nor A co, Mantoue 4 co, S R
Marshall, J M Marlin, X E Railroad ?gent, J F
O'Neill, L Neumcyer, B O'Neill. D O'Neill A Sons,
C P Poppcnhelm, Ur A Raoul, G L Reynolds, E B
Stoddard A co, Southern Express company, L
Schnell, Steffens, Werner 4 Ducker, D Solterl,
w Shepherd A co, W J Trim. M Trlest, R Thcru
liu3on A co. S Thompson, 0 Voigt, J H V?llers, w
H Welch, E K White, P Wlntman, Wagener A
Munseee, Walker, Evans 4 Cogswell, H A Due. C
L Kornahreus, Marshall 4 Burge. A L Ti 1er, G A
S Benjitnln. W Slender. C H Behre. Andrews A
SalVw, G A Bowman, J Commins. J H Lopez. Miss
K Conliii. MoLoy A Rice, Mrs P Levy, U W Wil?
lems A co. L I.oteutz, J Wu th. J Russell, Terry A
Nolan, U D Bawler, A 0 Magrath, Jr, Johnston,
Crews A co, A McLcMi. J Rhodes, W ASkrlnc. II
Baer, G W Alniar, W H Collins A co. A W Eckel
A co, Kinsman Bro*, Holmes's Book Store, Smith
4 Bro, P W Earner 4 co, B MAS Fogartle, Mor?
decai i co, and others.
Norwegian bark Draupner. Tncoldsen, Cardiff
US da\ s. Railroad Iron. To W B Smith A co, and
5 C Railroad Agent
Sehr Myrovcr, Brown, New York-4days. Mdse.
To W Roach A co, J E Adger 4 to, C D Abreos 4
co, Uollmann Bros. H Hu winkle 4 co, E B Bed?
ford, C Bart 4 co, ri Blschoir 4 co, W M Bird A
co, Macduff Cohen, J Campsen 4 co, J Colcock,
.Ir. T D Clancy 4 CJ, J C U Cluusscn. Dowle. Moise
A Davis. H A- Due, Douglas A Miller. J H Deve?
reux, H Dalv, B Feld ra attn A cf, Goodrich, Wine
man 4 co. J Gorham. Han A co. Holmes, Cahier
k co, J w Barlissen, G s Hacker, J Hurkamp A
cn, J Heiser A Bro, II Klatie 4 co, J P Kelp. Kins?
man 4 Howell. Kllnck. Wicken berg 4 co, Kana?
paux A fio' zules. S R Marshall, F L Meyer Mor?
decai 4 cn. w Marscher, o F ivieters, Ostendorff I
4 co, B O'Neill, D Pan A co, s 0 Railroad Com?
pany, W p Russell. Il Slegllog, D H Sllcox, J F
Taylor A c ?, w Shepherd k co, A Tobias' Sons, G
A Trenholm A Sons, aw Williams 4 co. Wagener
4 Mon>:tvs, W A Walker. W L Webb, J D Aiken A
co, Adarap. Damon A co, E Bates A co, T M Bria
loll 4 co. H Brown, W C Bee 4 co, W S Bl*sell, H
Cobla 4 co, E R Cowper; h wal-, .Crane, Boylston 4
co, w H Chafee A co. E M Grlmke, Duval 4 Son,
J L Heyer. J Heles. Hurkamp 4 co. Heath A Rice,
8 Jancovicb. Knobeloch A Small, W Marsoher, J F
O'Neill, F L O'Neill, Paul, Welch 4 Brande?, N E
Railroad Company, Savannah Railroad Company,
Steffen*. Werner 4 Ducker, R Thomllnson A co,
and S Thompson.
Merchants' Hue sehr Florence Rogers, Shepherd,
New York-lett 4th inst. Mdse. To W Roach
A co. The bills or lading by this vessel not hav?
ing come to hand, we are unable to publish a Hst
ol the consignees.
Sohr David Currie, Barrell. Orient, L I, via Del?
aware Breakwater-4 dajB rrom latter. Eureka
guano. To J A Baslow 4 co.
Sehr Greyhound, from Santee River. 260 bush?
els roogh rice. To W C Bee 4 co.
Steamer General Manlgault, Cordes. Peedee
Landings. 114 bales cotton, 72 hblB rosin, ll
bbl? spult? turpentine, and sundries. To Shack
elford A Kelly. Mowry 4 Son, G W Williams 4 co,
Q W Witte, J Hanckel, J A Qnackenbush, Archer
A Fenwick, and Barden A Parker.
Steamer Eliza Hancox, Burna, Savannah, via
Beaurort, Ac 22 bags sea island cotton, 4 bales
upland cotton, 98 bbl* and 115 sacks dried fish,
mdse. Ao. To Rawene!, Holmes 4 co, W C Bee
A co, D. McPherson, R Wright, H Browning. J
Colcock A co, Ravenel A co, W Gurney, W M Bird
A co. Southern ExpresB Company.
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C. 191
tes rice, 16 balee* cotton, mdse and sundries. To
Shackelford 4 Kelly, J M Caldwell A Son, Frost 4
Adger, WM Lawton A Son?, Y A Miller, C E Mil
f=er, A A Goldsmith. C Graveley, L C Nowell, W
Harral. Plnckney Bros, Fraser A Did, Thurston A
Holmes, J Schemer, L D DeSaussure. T D Stoney,
Bollmann Bro?, Mre-O K Bryce, DPaul 4 co, Cha?
peau 4 Heffron, aud others.
"Steamer Pilot Boy, Sly, Savannah. Beanrort,
Pacific and other Landines. 24 bags sea Marni
cotton, mdse, Ac. To J 1) Aiken A co. Ravenel
A co. J Colcock A co, D McPherson, B O'Neill. H
Gordt3 A co, W Gurney, Mrs E McBride, D Stone,
w s Henerey 4 co, J R Pringle 4 Son, Cameron,
Barkley 4 co. and C H Gllddeo.
Sloop Ursula, rrom Cape Horn. 450 bushels
rough rice To Thurston A IL lmes.
Sloop Cape Horn, rrom Santee. 350 bushels
rough rice. To Tlinraton 4 Holmes.
Sloop Campbell, rrom Santee River. 235 bush?
els rough rice. To W C Bee 4 co.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. New York
-James Adger A co.
British bark Howard, Shaw, Gottenbnrg-B S
Rhett 4 Sons.
SAILED YESTERDAY. J j
Spanish ship Aurora. Boratau, Rio de la Plitte.
Sehr Daniel Gifford, Tyrrell, New Orleans.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York,
The steamer S T Maddox, that arrived on Mon?
day, is consigned to Mr P C Treuholm.
~ THE CHEAPEST
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS
, IN THE CITY
ARE TO BE'FOUND AT .
STAB SHIRT EHrOR??M,
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE MARKET.
Prices Greatly Reduced.
STAR SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT
NOTICE, AND A
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
THE MOST ;
?OF THE DAY. . , .
DUGDALE k (.IRVIN'S
: . . -'-; j g gr
ANAL Y SIS.
Soluble Bone Pnosphare or Lime.15.33
Boue Phosphate of Lime.10.64
(Equivalent to 12 per cent, of Sulphate of Am?
It will be observed tint our Phosphate has an
ample supply of the all important and vital crop
producing elements, viz : Soluble Phosphate,
Ammonia and Potash, and In view of thin fact,
and the strong testimonials which have been
given In Its favor by so many planters who have
given the "Magnum Bonnm" an Impartial test
under Cotton tbe past Beacon, may we not, with
perfect candor, assert that we have an
UNEQUALLED COTTON FERTILIZES,
And urge each planter to give lt a trial the com?
ing season ?
DUGDALE A GIRVIN.
EQUAL TO PERUVIAN' GUANO-POUND FOR
WASHINGTON, N. C., September 13,1870.
Messrs. JOHN MEYER'S SONS:
I used the ''Magnum Bonnm Soluble Phos?
phate" bought of you, alongside or Peruvian
Unano, on cotton, and nrm tile product equal?to
Peruvian On*no-pound iornound. ?T :
*I am much-pleased nlscwtth Its effects on Corn.
WILLIAM J. AROHBELL.
FULLY EQUAL TO PERUVIAN' FOR COTTON.
STATESYILLE, N. C.. August 17. 1870.
Messrs. DUGDALE A GIRVIN, Baltimore, Md.:
Gentlemen-Our Mr. C. A. Carlton tried under
Cotton, this year, your "Magnum Bonum Soluble.
Phosphate" alongside of Ka. 1 Peruvian Guano,
and thinks your Phosphate fully cqnal to the
Guano, and believes that if he had used the same
money value of each, the "Magnum Bonum"
would not only have equalled the Peruvian, but
far surpassed lt. Yours trnly,
CARLTON BROS. A CO.
MUCH BETTER FOR COTTON THAN PERUVIAN
EDENTON. N. 0., August 20^1870.
Mr. A. H. BOND:
Pear iii--The "Magnum Bonum ,l made by.
Messrs. Dugdale ? Girvin, of Baltimore, and pur- '
chased of you, was used under a portion of my
Cotton, alongside of Peruvian Guano, anil the
Cotton ls mach better squared, and-wlll produce
more than that under which I used the Guano,
Yours, most obedient.
W. W. HOSKINS.
Price-$57 Per Ton Cash,
80S Per Ton Payable (with 7
Per Cent. Interest Added) on November 1.
J1S. M. CILBWEUi & Si,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF>GHARLESTON, 9. C\.
. '. i . }; .f
GENERAL AGBTTS. Kin
SEND FOR CIRCULARS!
CONTAINING 60 PER CENT. OF SOLUBLE
MATTER ! '
GROUND AND PREPARED IN THIS CITY, AND
WARRANTED FREE FROM .. ..
. . ADULTERATION... ?? '? ?' :
The annexed communication from'Pt or. ebar.es
TJ. Shepard,' Jr.," Of the parity or this article, ls a
guarantee of Its highly valuable qualities to the
farmer, being available when mixed with other
manures, to the great advantage of any kind of
crop. Unequalled a* a top-dressing for wheat,
rye, barley, Ac, and the grasses, one peck of
which will show visible Improvement on an acre
Tins valuable Manure ls offered for sale at the
low price of $15 per ton cash, or on time for city
acceptance with interest added. .
Put up for shipment In bags of 200 pounds each.
All orders by mail in accordance with above
terms will be promptly executed by
JOHN H. HOLMES,
Boyce's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
OFFICE OF STATS INSPECTOR OF FERTILIZERS, )
LABORATORY OF MEDICAL COLLEGE, QUEEN ST., |
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 24, 1870. ).
Mr. John H. Holmes: ?
DEAR SIR-The gypsum submitted by you for
analysis ls the most remarkable I have ever seen
for Its freedom from Impurities of every kind,
containing as lt does but one-third of one per cent,
of Insoluble matter, lr lt can be supplied of sim?
ilar quality lt cannot fall to prove a great boon ty
Southern agriculture, as there ls no crop to which
lt ls not beneficial, whether applied alone or In
conjunction wi-h other manures.
Very respectfully, vour obedient servant,
(Signed) CHARLES U. tUEPi-AKD, Jiu, M. D.
pAOIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO ls now so well known in all the
Southern States for Its remarkable effects aa an
agency for Increasing the products or labor, as
not to require especial commendation from tis.
Its use for ave years past has established its
character for reliable excellence. The large ilxed
capital invested by the Company in this trade,
s fiords the surest guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of its Guano. J. N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. O.
JOHN S. REESE ? CO., General Agents, Haiti
QOMPO?ND AO I p
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This article ls manufactured by the PACIFIC
GUAN:) COMPANY, at Charleston. S. C., under,
the superintendence of Dr. ST. JULIEN ?AVE?
NEL, when composted with an equal weight of
Cotton Seed, its ie-u ts have been found fully
equal io thu bes- standard fertilizers. Its econo?
my must commend lt to the notice of Planters*
generally. For specific directions for composting,
and for supplies, apply to J. N. ROBSON,.
Selling Agent. Charleston, S.??
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents. Haiti
A" TLAN1IC PHOSPHATE COMPANY
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, ~~ F. J. PELZER,
DIRECTORS.-W. DEBBY, W. P. HALL, L. D. DE
SAUSSURE, B. G. PiNCKN EY.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES are now being
manufactured at their works on Ashley River,
under the direction of an experienced and practi?
The Company intend this to be a first-class fer?
tilizer, and one which can bc recommended to
Planters. STANDARD GUARANTEED.' Ill j :
The Compauv are al?o prepared ro manufacture
ACID PHOSPHATE for composting with cotton
Tills preparation ls highly recommended by
chemists, ILS with lt Planters are enabled to make
their own fertilizers. ... .
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls sold at ?55 per
ton, cash, or $60 on time, with interest at the rate
of one per cent per month.
The ACID PHOSPHATE is sold at $35 per ton,
cash, or *40 on time, with interest at the rate of
oue per cent, per month.
PELZ ER. RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec3l-4moa Crown's Wharf, Charleston, s. C.
For sale a lot of A No. 1 Chincha bland GUANO,
In store end to arri v. LOUIS McLALN,
Jam No. 31 Broad street; I
EIGHTEEN YEARS OF PRACTICAL SUCCESS!
INTRODUCED IN 1852.PATENTED DECEMBER20,1859.
Oldest Superphosphate Manufactured in this Country
MiP?IS* MTROGEMZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME
Bones, Phosphatic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal
Animal Matter and Sulphuric Acid.
NO SALT, PLASTER., SALT CAKE, NITRE CAKE, NOR ANY ADULTERANT OF ANY KIND USED.
TUE AMMONIACAL ANIMAL MATTER USED IN MAPES' NTTROGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE
OF LIME consists ol tue Flesh, <contalnlog io per cent, of Ammonia,) and the Blood, (containing
15 per cent. Ammonia) or horees, beeves, Ash and other animals, alter expression or the rat and
oil by steam. send ror a Pamphlet.
Ammonia Yielded by the Organic Matter..254 per cent.
006 Insoluble Phosphoric Acid.1978 Bone Pho phate of Lime.
338 Soluble Phosphoric Acid.548 Soluble Phosphate oILlme.
33S Si liable Phosphoric Acid.T3S tone Phosphate or Lime (dissolved.)
T20 Solphuric Acid.154? Sulphate ol Lime.
.'An excellent Fertilizer.1' Respectfully submitted,
(?i?U?d.) CHARLES U. SHEPARD, JR.," M. D..
Inspector of Fertilizers for South Carolina
I?KICJE, $50 CASH.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, General Agents,
feb8-wrm2mosnic N?. 128 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. 0.
TO FACTORS AND PLANTERS !
. . . -?- ' .??. '
The undersigned beys to lnrorm his cn?tomers and the public that, In addition to his Works at
Savannah, he Ins established extensive Superphosphate Works at the WAPPOO MILLS,.opposite this
city, which are now la acUe operation, manufacturing hi3 well k own fertilizers, the
. P HO S PHO-PERUVI A N
AMM01VIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANOS,
AND WHEKE HE WILL ALSO KEEP ON HAND
No. 1 PERUVIAN G U AN O,
. SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE,"
of the highest grade from lila Ashepoa Mines, (crude and ground,) analyzing over sixty per cent, of
Bone Phosphate ol Limciand
These Wo: Invo been opened under the inspection, or Dr. CU. SHEPARD! Jr., Inspector of
Feriliizors for South Cai .dina, and every pickace will bear bis brand certifying to Its Inspection.
Uniformity ot qnauty quarante d and prices reduced.
Me.-sr?. G. A. TRENHOLM & SON, General Agents, ) pn.pr fzmx a r '
Messr.-. GRAESBB ii SMITH, Agenis, \ CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. 13. 8 ARD Y,
COHNER E *ST BAY AND BROAD STREETS, CHARLESTON, S. C
THE (.'HEAT FE UTILIZER FOR COTTON AND ALI CROPS.
THE UNPARALLELED SUC0ES3 OF THIS
gre t FERTILIZER on ALL CROPS proves lt to
be the BEST and CHEAPEST Manure now r Uer
ed In the marke*.
it has been used by many of thc most emi?
nent Planters In the South, and
IN E^ERY SINGLE INSTANCE IT HAS GIVEN
On~COTTON Its' effects have' been particularly
marked, lt ls no rare thing ror WHAS?TS PHOS?
PHATE to increase the yield from^ONE HUN
DEED.to TWO HUNDRED PER CENT.,_or even
Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent planter or
'Cameron, Ga, ea; 6 in a letter to the Banner of tte
South, November 26,.that In'an experiment with
'seven leading Superphosphates and Guanos, the
WllANN'S proved Its?If the best .nf all those
I ried, paying a NET PROFIT <cven at the pres?
ent h w price of Cotton,) of $20 90 per acre of j
Cot|on. A copy of Mr. DLiorfs letter, giving
det?lls.Ewin be fuinfehed on application.
FOR SALE BY
HORN, ?1 & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C., AND AUGUSTA,.GA.
FOR SALE BY
SOLUBLE MANURES AND SULPHURIC ACID,
MANUFACTURED*AT THE ?
ETIWAF WOK/KS, *
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
SULPHURIC ACID MD SUPERPHOSPHATE MUM.
THE NOW WELL KNOWN BTIWAN GUANO 15 MANUFACTURED FROM TBE NATIVE BONE
PHOSPHATES of South Carolina These PH?SPHATKS In their natural state are Insoluble, and re
quire to be ground to powder, and made Soluble by Sulphuric Acid. Tnis Company have now In ope?
ration the largest sulphuric Add Chambers at the South, a>id are. therefore, abie to raanofactureat
the lower, rates, tho highest grade of Fr'.RTlLlZKR; lt being clear that the greater the proportion of
Soluble Puosphaie which any Fertilizer contains the less the quantity required per acre. In order to
make Hie Fertilizer complete. Ammonia and Potash in sufficient quantities are added. With these
views the Coi-.pany mannfacture and offer for sale ?"1
WARRANTED TO CONTAIN FROM 15 TO 20 PER CERT. OF DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF I
L'ME. and from 2 to S'i-per eon*, or AMMONIA, with a surriclent addition or PERUVIAN GUANO and
POTASH, to adapt li io ail crops. Price ?63-pcr ion, cash; on time,-$70 per ton, and interest 7 per
cent, per annum. -
DISSOLVED BONE, '
OF niGH GBAUE. SUITABLE. FOR MANUFACTURERS OR FOR PLANTERS, BEING IN ITSELF AN:|
excellent FERTILIZER, and specially adapted for Compost. As large quantities of Sulphuric Acid
are used to dissolve the Phosphate, th?B will be found a cheap and convenient way to transport tba*t ma?
terial. The grade Tarnished will be from 18 to 20 per cent. Dissolved Bone Phosphate. Price $40 per
ton. cash: on lime, $46, with Interest at 7 per cent, per annum. Still higher grades will be furnished
to order utan additional price percentage.
COMPOUND ACID PH?SEHATE,
SPECIALLY PREPARED F.^R COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED AND OTHER PLANTATION
MAN Ul; r.s. Price S 35 per ton, casu; on time, $40, with interest at 7 per centper annum.
AT MUCH LOTv*E!t RATES. CONSISTING SIMPLY OF THE NATIVE BONE PHOSPHATES GROUND
to pjwder. Price ??) per ton, cash; on time, $2-2, and interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
. WM. C. BEE & CO.,
AGEYT?, So. 3.4 A DOER'S WHARP, CHARLESTON, S. C.
N. B.-TUE PERCENTAGE OF DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF LIME ANS. AMMONIA IN
ALL THE ETI WANS U ascertained at the Works, by their Chemist, berore deUvery. Should any pur?
chaser be dts-nristied. llb may retnnr average samples of any purchase, within thirty (30) days arter
delivery, and they will be analyzed anew, and any deficiency In the percentage guaranteed will be
made good lo him by the Company. Jan23-mwf2mos
SAVANNAH ANO GHABIIEST?M E?lL
ROAD. . .
PASSENGER TRAIN'S ou this Roaa ran dairy RP
Leave Charleston..f.-.8.30 A. M.
rn vc al Savannah.3.00 P. ll.
eave Savannah.11.15 A. M.
? Arrive ai Charleston.6.20 P. M.
Connects at. Savannah with the Atlantic A Galt
Railioad for Jacksonville, Su Augustine, and ali
points In Florida.
"Wlt.-i Central Railroad ror Maco?, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orleans am) the West.
Willi Steamboats for points on the Savannah
? Atcnarlesron with the Northeastern and Sontb
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and West.
Through TicKer? over mis linc on sale at Hotels
In ChaTlesfiu'r: Si reven Hon-c Savannah; and all
principal Tickeuullicwi North and South.
Freights forwarded daily tu and from Savan?
nah and all pT*nits l*v(mrt.
Through Hills nf lading-issued :o Jacksonville,
Tariff as low a3 by any oilier line.
. C. S. GADSDEN,
. oct? Engineer and superintendent.
JU S T St fi O El T EA
CARROLATE OF LIME, the best Dlslniectau!
and destroyer of Rat9. Mice Bugs, Oockroacnes.
Ac. . A small quantity placed where they frequent
will at once disperse them.
Pendleton's Panacea, or Tegetablc Pain Ex?
A fresh supply of Fleming's Worm Confections,
the most reliable la use.
Also, a fresh supply or SEAL OLEUM, the gr?a
remedy ror Rheumatism.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. BASE,
mayco No. 131 Meeting street.
CORN ZR BROAD STREET AND EAST BAT.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken at publishers' lowestj
casu ratea for ALL PAPERS in the United States.'1
WALKER, EVANS A COQSWELL.
'WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCB
ure me best in use.
For sale on the Lease Plan, wita monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or lor cash. All tinas o.
Machine attachments, .Needles, Cotton, (wnite
?lack and colored,) Silk, Oil, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as. usuaL Circalars and samples ol
?york sent on application.
. D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer in First Class Sewing ?a
chineaand Material, No. 307 King stree;,
&ugI7 Charleston, S. C.
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOB SALE BT
E. E. BEDFORD, King street,
?. D. AHRENS & CO., King street,
B. FELDHANN ?fe CO., King street,
And bj Druggists sud Grocers everywhere.
PRICES REDUCED !
For sale by WILCOX, GIBBES A CO., ?nporterp
and Deniers tn GUANO, No. 148 Bay streu&^vea-'
nab, Ga.; No. 241 Broad street; Angosta, tia;; Ne*
161 EASTBAY, Charleston, S. 0, For iortnerjn-v
formation, address as above, for. Southern Airt*
cultnrlBt Almanac. ^ ftbl-lmo.
?tn%% Chemicals, &?. ".
Q.EBMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL I ^
|N INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS I
This ts the bes; Mcdlolne for young children,,
suffering with Colic, Dia&hcea, or any other com?
plaint, la ident to Teething. It may be given
with safety, as it contains uo opium, or other in?
Price, 27 cent) a bottle, v
Manufacture 1 and for sale by
DB. H. BAEB.
Also by the following Druggists:
A W. ECJ?EL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. tV. A. SKRllfE, . A. 0. BARBOT,
W. T. LITTLE Sc CO., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E..S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN St .'?CHWAKE,
Q/W. AI MAR, J. LOCKWOOD,
G. J. L?HS, ' W. T. LINN.
W. A GIBSON.
And by Drngalats generally. Jan2I
S'CTR/E POP !
DEATH TO BATS,
jj NEVER FAILING.. . ^
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
' HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold at Wholc&nleby
.fcDOWIE, MOISE db DAVIS,
'. -?And at retal by all Druggists. febl-?mos
WHOLESALE AGENTS F0RT2?
D CAROLINA BITTERS*
H. BISCHOFF & CO.,
H. KLATTE ? CO., i
J. A. QUAGI-'.EN"BUSH,
WA GENER Jk- M ONS EES,
?m/TONEY CANNOT BUY IT I .
TO K SIGHT I S P RIC E L E 8,81?
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER & CO., New York, which are now offered
to the public, are pronounced by all the celebrated
Opticians of the world to be the most Perfect, Ns>
tural Artificial help to the human eye ever known.
They are g^ontad under their own supervision,,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name, "Diamond," on account
of their hardness and brilliancy.
The scientific principle on which they are con?
structed brings the core or centri of th? lens di?
rectly in from <T the eye. producing a clear and
.distinct vision', as in the natural healthy, sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, suet) a*
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac,
peculiar to all others ln use. ? ?
They are mounted in the finest manner, la
frames of the best finality, of all materials used
for that purpose. Tnelr finish and durability'can?
not be surpassed. -
CACTIO.V.-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark st dinned on every frame.
Dealer in Watches, Jewelry.
SterUng SUverwawand Optical Goods, j
No. 307 King street. -
t3l-mwalyr Charleston, S. 0.