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EVHN1KG 8??TCE. Booked underneath steep, sterile hills that rise TJer upon tier,-receding rar away, The quaint old port,w?iarr-nanked toaeaward, hes, - "A dingy crescent round the carving be*, .?inall cruising craft about the barber glide, "Mere chips or boats, each with Its one bright ?wing Bright in the golden glow or eventide-? ?wooing the faint land-wind. A wee white thing Shows on the Bouth sea-lme, and grows and grows. Slow shadowing ship-shape; while to weetwarl lar, Outlined In the low-lying amber bar, A sall sin ks with the day. The sweet repose Procured of peace prevails; and, folding all lu one wide zone of rest, jr looms the ?frey even - , jan. [Chambers's Journal. C03I3IEMCIAL NEWS. Wile cnai litton Cotton. Klee anti Nay?! Store? Market. ? OFFICE CHARLESTON SEWS. -\ Fr. i D A Y . -Ev KN i K o, March 17, lin. i COTTON.-This staple exhibited a ?ronger ?an jfleaey early In the day, par yeola ri y in- the better j fluaHUes, which improved in some cases ?<8)?c *iro. but som e,or the dispatches being easier, the market became quiet, and purchasers might have -operated at slightly Bolter figures than during the forenoon, the article closing with a disposition to . Inside rates*, sales about TOO bales, of which about 1?0 were sold the evening before-17 at io; 288 at .11; 1 arti?; atoll?; 31 .at-l??; 20at 12?;gat] 12? ; 21 at 18; 7 at IS?; 116 at :3? ;-4? at 13?; 15 at | 4 at 13?; 159-at 14; 12 at 14?, and io at 14?C "We quote : LIVERPOOL -CLASSIFICATION. Ordinary to good ordinary.n?is*>l3 Low middling....-.?U8?.'a.l-i,?? * Middling_*?......] 3%<a 14 STJlct middling........... .14?@H?, BICK.-This grain was quiet;" eales about ?06 tierces or olean Carolina-say 25 tes at 7?, 85 at . 8, aaa 25 at S j? c ; 17 on -pr I va te terms. We quote common to fair at 7?@7?, anoVgood at $~x?s%c NAVAL STOBM.-The sales were loo bbJs spirits turpentine at 48c "ft gatton. Panie nra.-To Liverpool, jay steam direct norni nal on "uplands; Tia New "York.. ?d on. ap? lin de, li?@l?d, on esa Islands ; ?by sair'J 7-J6 on upland?, \? on sea islands, but seminal, with room scarce and'rates unsettled. To Havre- nominal. Coastwise-to New -fork, by steam, ?c on- npj?nds and . ?o on 'se? islands; $1 26 "* Uerce on rice; by saiV?c f? ib su BOttion;-fl tierce on rice; wc ? batreron rosin : $7@s ft Mon lumber; $9@to ? M on. timber. -ii Boston, by Bau, ?e fV-A' on.npiand cotty:_ To Providence, by- sail $8 fl M OB beards, ,\?. ft m on cotton; by steam $1'ft bale on New York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Kc ft lb on uplands; by san, $7 fl M on* boards; $9 ou timber; S3 ft ton on. clay, and $883 so cn phos? phates. To Baltimore, by steam, ?c fi h> by sali, $660?7 fi Mon boara?* $e?8 25 ft ton au 'phosphate*'roc):. Vessels are in' demand by our merohante to take lamber freights rn. ia Georgetown, S. c.,-Danen and SatllHt Uiver. <;? and Jackson vise, Fla., tci Northern porta, ah?l Si o #12 fi M are th-a rat es on lumber and boards. UCHAKSX.-Sterling 60 day bills 2l(?i2i?. DOMESTIC ExoHAKOx. - The Hanks purchase . sight checks at ?<gl? off, and sell at ? premium. ?oLD-ioKSn?. . - - , ' ?'? ?; Marketa Toy Telegraph. MOS ay ttanxiB. LONDON, March 17-Noon.-Consols 32 v Bonds I* Evening.-CC-JBOI8 92?. "-my-twos 92?: Nsw YOKE, March 17-Noon.-Gold Bteady st Ti?. Governments firm ia price but dali. Books strong and active. Money -easy. Cx ohAnge- long 9?; short io?. Freights dull Evening.-Money closed e*s?y at 4a5 on call. Poielgu exchange dull. Gold ji?an?i. Govern, awaits very d ml ; Bixes 12? ; new ll. "state bonds yerj dull?- Tennessee? ?4; new ff Ti. Virginias 67; -n?w same. Lotilalanas 69?-; new''63. Levees taxes 74; eights 84. Alabama eigiitsloo; fives jo; Georgia sixes 80?; sevens-9C?. North Carnlhras ^jriew 25, South caronngs-; a ; mew 66?. Freight b NEW ORLEANS, March n.-Sterlings*X- Sight exchange ? discount. Gold ll?. COTTON MAUSTS.' LIVERPOOL, Mardi it-Noon.-Cotton arm; up? lands 7?d; Orleans T?; sates-12,0(00 bale-; sol--a ior the week 78,000;ior eseort 12,000; speculation SWO; stock 804,000, American 466,080; imports 328,000; American lift OOO; actus' expone 85,000. Evening.-Cotton closed qi- rte uplands 7?<J Orleans 7-?d; suits 12,000 -bale?; speculation and export 3000 bales. Maacbeet-er mai kel owlet. - NEW YOBS, Marea? 17-Naen.-Cotton gute: middling uplands 15??, Oceans I5?e. Sales l?o? ""bates, if Evening-Colton heavy ?nd towera sales 2492 bales; mlddlmg ujlanda re?a BOOTON, March -lt-Loteen quiet; middlings 16? c ; net receipts SB bales ; gm* 870; sale? 46u; Stock 11,000; "bet rrcoipto-oi ?te wt ek 4366; grew? ?756; expon s to Yaimouib.'N S, 70 bales; salea of the week scoo-balea. % PROVIDENCE, March 17r-fleceipts at cotton Tar the week 138 balee. * - BALTIMORE, -Match 17.-Cotton-easier, bot Bot lower; miudllngs 14?c; net receipts 4i8;grb-? 900; exports ccastwiEe 163; rales 500: stock 11,720; aetTecelptB ot the wetk 1074; gross 2848; exports to Ctntmtnt 3535; coastwise 9su; sales of theweek -8630 bales. V CITY-POINT. March 17.-eottcn-?flet ?ceints of -too week 7401 bales. NOBFOLJS, March 17.-Cotton' firm; low jtjjl 4Ung i3?c; net receipts 1210 bales; exports coa>t Wise 71?; sales 60; stock cm; net.recelpt**oI the ' ' Week 8087; exports Coastwise 5081;tales 729. "7 ftaJWOTON, March IT.-Oottou" n?set?ed; mW .W?Bf? i3?c; net recelptBj98; sales se; stock 3500; net receipts 0/ the week 632; exports coast wis r soi; sales or the week 135 bal- a. SAVANNAH, March 17.-Cotton In fair demand; mlfldungs i4?c; mt receipts 1216bales 1 exporu to Great Britain 7191 ;.10 Ccntlnent T60; coastwise VB?: sales 1800; stock 70,8*3; net receipts ot.the Week 10;173; exports to Great Bntaiq 10,ins;' to Continent 3379; coast wise 4654; sales It>,T00. -ArjGCSTA, March 18.-The high prices asked lor cotton checked sales; bcyera 1-einjr very scarce; eales 600 bales; receipts 340; middlings I3?c; re? ceipts bf the week 2460; sales 8360; stock 22,o>o. MOBILE, March 17.-Cotton dun; mlddungs 143ic; net receipts 877 bales; exports to comment 1839; CQsetwlse 25; sales 500; stock 60,777; net re. OSipia for th? week 6946; exports.to G' eat BilfSln 2929;coutlnent2289; coastwise 1790; sales for the week 0000. .Nsw OKLEANS, March 17.-Cotton quiet; mid? dlings 14xal4?c; net receipts IVM bjics; gr 1 a 14,179; sales 4200; stock 20.443; net receipts yt 4tr? week 48.813; gross 6M85; exports to Liverpool 23,442; to Cork 4578; to Bremen 11,494, to Ant? werp 4627; to Vera Cruz 1270 uto Genna 94*; "coast? wise 3443; bumed 950; sales of the week 59,800. GALVESTON, March n.-cotton active: good or? dinary 12c; net receipts 429 bales rexpoi ts t o'Great Bntcin 1484; sales 2T0; sioclr 54,439; ntt receipts Xor the ' *ek 904i; exports to Great Britain 10.SST: cont ?Bent 3200; coastwise 1907;' Bales fur the week JU6CL ' PSOVISIONS AND PRODTJOX JtASEXTS. LONDON, March 17-Noon.-Turpentine37s sd. LIVERPOOL, Alavch 17-Noon.- Breads tu 0s quier Hew oom 3Ss*84l. Pork 9ls." Kxw YORE, March 17-Noon.-Flour qnlet and unchanged. Wheat dull.hnd unchanged. Corn, quiet and heav-v. Pork quiet; rhess $21 75a21 87. Lard doll-.steam 12al2?. Turpentine dull, 5a?c. Eosln *ie: .-rv, at $2 60 foT strained. E\x-lng.-Fionr, Southern quiet and nu .Manged;good.io choice extra $7 65. Whiskey a Metre easier at 9l?a91Xc Wheat dull and abont-lc lower; winter red and amber Western B 7081 72. Corn heavy an'd lower; new mixed Vestern 8ZS88. Bice quiet at-8?a8?. Pork firm; new mess $2i 75. Plain mess beef $ioai?. Laid lnacuve; kettle 13%. Turpentine Oatt at 52?. Eosln heavy ; $2 60 tor strained. CINCINNATI, March 17 -Pork offered at $21; no ?alea. Whiskey dull ana lojver at 85c Nxw ORLSANB, Mareh 17.-Corn quiet at 71a Wc. Oats C7a68. -6ugar quiet; prime wValO. Mo? lasses, reboiled 4?a4S; prime sa -1 Interior Cotton Marketa. . ' YORK. VI LL E, March 15.-From 9 to ll?c. BOCK HILL, March 14.-This market. In sym? pathy wlth.others. has ruled dull, and prices have declined from-? to ?c for middling. CHARLOTTE. March 15.-57 bales sold to-dav low middung 12?, middling l2?tol3c. Market I .strong. SELMA, March 15.-There were sales yesterdny to the amount of 176. bales; low middling i2Wc good ordinary 12?c. Market Brm. Good ooitons "very scarce. COLUMBCa?March 15,-Our market.ranch Im? proved. Good demAnd. Good stries low mid-' dungs 12?al3c; sales 405 bales; receipts 147- SIUD mentsi30. ' ^ MONTGOMERY, March 15 -Our cotton market Ja qnlet but steady,- low middlings l2?c. ? Wilmington Market. * WILMINGTON, Mai ch 16 -l'OTTON_Stace onr last report the market for this staple has ruled rather weak-for the 10W grades, while, the higher ?rades h? ve* been in considerable demand, with ot light ottering ?. At the close of our report the market ie* firm 00 a basis of 13c for low middling. SPIRITS TUKPENTINK1 here ha? been a steady demand at a slurht de line In pri?e; existing throughout the week. The price has been uniform at 490per gal 00. at which ligares all offerings -have been taken, except Tuesday and Wednes? day, when the (rice ranged from 48a4S?c. The JD art et clodes quiet aha steady. The-reported sales only reach about' 200 barrels but a much Janrer qnan Hr has unOoabtedl.v 'cbaneed hands. Boens--Has boen firm and steady dnrlbg the week, especially In strained, which has advanced .?Ince our last report, ?ehlng readily at $2 i?s2 30. ??ere Las beta.no material change In Ute other -rades. .Themarketcloaes-qol?C -?> ? . entrai TUTWIOTINE.-Ttiere has been no change lince onr last review, except on advanoe of loc ier bbl for Bolt. The market has been Ulm daring ?he entire week, and some 15? bois have been sola lt $210 for hard and $3 30 ror soft. TAR-Has advanced 5c per bb*. The demand is steady, with sales or about 1700 bbls during the week at $155 per bbl. SavaTnnah .Harket. SAVANNAH, March ia-SBA ISLAND.-We haye to report a quiet market, with sales or about 200 bales. "Ve quote : Clean mains and carts, 2*>?3; common Georgias and Florida.*, 24a28; medium to good' Floridas, 35a40; medium tine Floridas, 43 a45; fine Floridas, 46a50 cts. Scarcely any extra line are on sale. , RECEIPTS.-Trie receipts at this port for the past weekHsve been 9965 bales upland, and 239 bales sea islands, from the following sources.: Central Railroad, 6799 bales upland; Atlant? and Gulf Railroad, 2070 bales upland and 150 bales sea Isl? and; Augusta boats, 1067 bales npland; Florida boats, 9 bales upland and 57 bales sea islands;* wagons and censters, 20 bales upland and 82 bales sea Island. EXPORTS.-The exports for the week have*beeri 17.629 bales upland and 505 bales sea Island, as feUDW?: iAveipool, ?931 bales upland and.262 bales sea island;New York,'2604 bales upland and 315 bales Bea^eland; BhWadelphia, 322 bales up? land; Boston, 1140 bales upland; ("ronstadt, 2627 bales nplaDd; Barcelona, 750 bales upland; Charleston, - bales upland and-18 bales sea is? land ; Baltimore, 255 bales upland. FOREIGN EXTORTS OF COTTON.-To Liverpool, American ship -Southern Rights, 30Q2 bales up? land; per British ship Annie BIngay, 3208 bal s upland and 46 bates 'sea Islands; per American ship Screamer, 3721 bales upland and 21c bales sea Island; to Croustadt per American ahlpG.'B-. 1 Hazeltlne. 2627 bales upland; to Barcelona per 1 Spanish brig Fermiua, 750 bales upland. ISew York Na.val Stores Market. From the Journal of Commerce, March 15 : The market for sj .ms turpentine ls rather In the buy? ers' favor. Large parcels are held-off the market at any decline. There are a number of small lots offering here and to arrive, tb be delivered on deck, and the trade, generally have-manased to secure sligli*. concessions,* Sales' ate 25 bois l? mercliantable'order, os dock, at 52?c. closing at; 52?a53c, with some f?ll parcels in shipping order held as high as 53jia64u. -Rosins-The m?rtet,for straine'd ls very quiet. Parcels In yard have beetr c tiere J at $2 70, but cargoes are held at .much above this price, without, however, sales to estab? lish quotations. There has been a quite brlsl: movement in the line grades mainly for home use,"and prices closed firm. Sales embrace low bbls No. l at U so; 200 bbls do at $4; 2S0 bblB do at $4 75; 400 Mis pale - at ti 50; 694 bbls pale a ; ? io 75. and 1000 bbls pale at $5a5 T6. We quote strained at $2 70a2 75; No, 2 at $2 90a3 40; No. 1 S3 50.14 50; pale and extra pale $5a7 5p. Tar-.l* .quiet et $2 46 for Wilmington, and $2 45 for Wash? ington, wlfh the sale ol' 50 bbls Wilmington at $2 45. New York Rice Market. From the Dally Bulletin, March 16: The market ror'domeeUc remains dull, as buyers are unwil? ling to operate at the prices asked anless tr. positively require. thcj-ejock. for special orders. Sal-s of 30 tierces in lotsat 8.L?a8?c ror common lo choice. Foreign, however, sells fairly BB it la comparatively cbeap-end in large enough supply to keep au ample amount at all times avalla: ". for the outlet, sales of 200 bags Rangoon at 7<, 7X?C. From the Journal of Som meroe: Tire market in very quiet, but there ls nt* notable change lu values. The demand ls lighr, but holders am cai*rylug so littlestoek that tLey ute Indiff?rent. We quote e?ronna at 808KO, and -Hanguon, ?ir bond, at ?3 4oa3 60, gold. From the World: Domestic firmly held, and job Mag at 8?a8Kc Jjut buyers, as a ?ure win mr pay these rates, aad resort to foreign, which I moves very fairly and is steady at 3,Su3;ic, gold, j in bond, and 7a7.\?c, currency, duty paul. Sale* of 200 bags. ,1 From the Herald: Carolina was quiet but steady, ar- 8KaS?c for common to prime, with small wales within toe range; the supply ls st 111 naiad. Huu .Jport watrquoteclat T>?a7,'4 0,fvirjh trifOJg sates^ !?? * il 5 ?i j; j 3 w * Mew York Hay Market. - From the Dailr Bulletin, Match 15. The re? ceipt!? to-day wera 13 car loads and 1100 bates 'by boat. The market ?s very-dull and heavy ??and holders would be glad to accept Si io for'good ?hipping grades, but vr> u'd nsk $115, (hough not 1er a cusiomer go away If he wonul buy at 5c less. iT?niT-'tal?H ta???lrrh'and-lu'd-.-mailil. "Stray is I eay.-but r^tqtfptabry IQvveK , un 01 y H by itat'roaii.jVu'rcii 17. ... nocr? "Ai. LINA .t r;.a..if. ^ Tj?ibaiei cotton, 1Q2 bries goods, 2 cars"sLock\ To Railroad AgeutTPe,l"ar. Bodger* A co. Heeder A Davis, G H Walter A tjoi TVS' tHsTTT, W C Court - ' ney & co, W wtmrflr; J^JTAltefiTt co, W C Bee ? ' co, A J Salinas. Pringle A Son, A B Mulligan, 0 TrBonTmid Sloan?A Stfcnrorrs. ' "V" NORTHEASTERN KAILliOAD. 60 bales cotton, lumber, naval stores, peas, rough rice, Ac* TOJG IV V&lliains A co, Frost A Adner. T P^S*ni"h, Graeser A.'BnutD^Galilard ? Smi h. Gaillaiil AMiuott. W Gurney, Mt Mui'shall, Brodie A co, ll i-teitz, AdcacA: a ?,-cangli o rs. Her? ring & co?A J Satinas. T ttTrfrrhcr, rfC ffcraiis sen, antfotnem. .-" I \ s SC J**? A--}7 " ; , ?, Ifarae-H-c-w,. ... Per stean?sli?p James Artger. from New York Ret" ? B Babbit''and wile, ll en rv N Dodge. J S Doi'.ge. Jr. C J Eabbett. E M Babbelt, J F ?nirriiv, S H JjUiflnes, Mis>MarshaIU W. W J.lr-iy Charl--. Di Gower*, B H Somer- F Peek srrfPwl** ?ntl J H Cornell apd wjlr. P?r*Jt??Taar -Plk* *ov, from Beaurqft- iPaOftc Landing, A'A-A.-VUIi:-ms, R > mi??.AH' FJ-WU??er, ' J S Davis.-JenffV Telson. F F Sarnoff's Saafs. J II Sonking..UrkV.B Bali ettie, -Jare- BuvfH-H. two chil .Iren and Beryan t, H W Crouch, G J Thompson, D. fTfiemaB, RUidams, W-ll-liattmon, "V D Patter? son, and 15 deck. . V PO SJ CAJ.ESli AM. , MOON'S PHASES. "FS;rrti??B?#h, io bfar*,*!* mientes, momtir?-. Last uuarter, 18th. 5 bouta, 0 minutes, evening. Sew li?oE,'2?l*i'iohrni! Si %? rnftiot'-Sj.eveniiig. First titra; ter, ??li. t-hours. 24 nunLtear" 11101 n'g. 131 Monday.6..14 14 Tuesday. elf 16 wednesday., e..li 16 riiursday.... CU 17 Friday. 6.. 9 jwsnnd^..^r S. a 3TN. I STTN Ki?j>>. I --L:S. HOON Ut. A o 6.. 5 8.. 6' 8.. 7 o..'8 e.. 8 tl.. 9 6..10 lil. .23 1..30 - 2..33 3*. .27 4..14 4..53 :'6..87 triG? VxATSK 12..45 1..56 a.. 7 4..16 5 . .48 *?... 7 '6..63 JUA MSB SE ifS, CHA'RLESTON. S. C.M-ARCH 19,- 187L ARRIVED YESTERDA?. Steamship JameB Adgei, Lockwood, New York left Tuesday, P. M. Mdse. To James Adgcr A .co, J' I-: Adget-A co, Andrews A -Sa.vo. J :D AiKeti j & co, u W Aimar, E Rates ,v 0. W M Dlrd A co, Lr M Bristol! A co, t E uedfurd, J B Breden. Bayer A Kitsse-, Jr, B B yd, Miss Bryce) T Al Cater, W H elia fi L' & co, Chapeau A Heilruu, C C.acius, 1*. L Ckaporr"Ii-Ciibia A co..C?l#ci ur of^CusiQuis, Cam? el off^iJSrkiey A co. LM^nen ? cb, i M"Cnfoweli, ("-Crane, Boy lei on A co. Dowlr, Moise * Davis, R s ; moose, J S Fairly ? ca, Furoligott, Bios A co.- C l> Franke. ? F Fierplof- A co, Rev A M Folchi, F II Gardner, A 8 Goodwin * cu, J li vraver A cr. H Ce tas Si co. D?lmes. Calder & co, I Hyman. A co, Mrs, Hanekeu, A? R-Dpelton, ALuV*-co, C il Jo.insojt^'?ohtiston. crewr4 qQj?K?-rri5ou. K'na man lirof?. Klinck, WlcKe?bcrg ? co, T Kelly, M N Klein, A Langer, Lainey x Alexander, Mautuue A coj.? J Luhn, Rev-P LynoU. Marshall AcBiige, 8*Marshall. W Mattltlesseu, W A Mehrten*. J ti Muller, Mci.&y A Rice, Menke A Muller, Maau.ao'- - turing and Uiver Mining Compati v, B K Ne.ifvuie, K L.u'Neill. B O'Nel.?, J li (ijemauu. C ? PattknLi, t'aul, WBICJI A- Brandes. H i'erry,.C CLTO^bter. VV Roacli A 00, Raveutl ,v HoliUeS, IV t." PrOley, A R Millrnan, Stull, VTebb A co, H btemle., E B stod? dard * co, R Thoiulln.-on, S Thomusou, Taylor A coj M Tries*, Tlecemacn, Calder * ?or; w :Dn>r hfrdt Mrs S Waits, Wulker, Evan s A Cogsjvell. G Vi WiiiiamaJtep, w o w-hrl ?ea A co, w u Welsh. J Wlrtii, W.A Wilson. W L Wei o, W J Vales, a C Railroad ?gent,.Ftori<U sieo-^ers, ana george town Steamers, strong hea-i wind the entire passage.. Steamship Maryland, Johnson. Baltlnrore-r-Iert -14th inst. .Mdse. ToMordecalA co.-FGTienholm. Agent Steatner Dictator, Stoll, Webb i co, Dr E H Kellers. L D Mowry Jc .Sou, Douglas A Miller, S R Marshal:. J D -Aiken A cb, J T-norasou A CO. J. R Wilson. J Heins, W A Morton, Tie dem ari. Calder A co, N E Railroad A g cut, S c Railn>ad Agent, J N Robson, EPerry, cyoppeuheim, Walker.EvMiia A Cogs wi il. Jeffords A co, L A Mccall, ML une? ven A 00,*H Mensing, D -U Haselton, J U Voders, and others. -I Steamer Pilot Boy, Sly.-?lieaitrorr, Clilsolm's Landing and Pacitlc Lauding. Mdse at 0. sun? dries: To J D Aiken A- co, D McPhesson, Camp-' bell ,v McBride, M Goldsmith A son, H Gerdts A co, Miss Lowndes, anil DH SI (cox.* .. SAILED YESTERDAY. . . Steamer City-Point, Vincent, Palatka, vlaJack sonvUle, Fernandina and Savannah. - FROM Tl! IS POH.T. ' ' . ' | Steamship Champhm. Lockwood. New York, March 14. - , . MEMORANDA. ' The Behr Warner Smith. 8 days from Charleston for Weymontn, Mass, arrived ut Vineyard H<iven, March 13. - " .Jnsnratue. 18*5 - PURELY MUTUAL. 1845 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 18 40....Organized.,.1845 THOMAS FROST, I . General Agent, No. 54 Broad street, f mar2-tbstu3mo3 I _gripping._ Jp OR SEW_YORK. OLD LINK V BW YORK AND CHARLES TON STEAMSHIPS. * ?. ? . ESTABLISHED I S 1 i. .* SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DEC2 STATE ROOMS. The-rery fast and- splendid Side-Wheel Steam? ships of this Line will sail from Adger>s South Wharf as follows during the rat n t h o: if arch: MANHATTAN. SATURDAY, 18th, at-t* P. M. - JAMES A DO ER, TiriSDATrilst, at 6 P. M? -. CHAMPION, 8ATITRD?T, 25th, at 6T. M. CHARLESTON, TUESDAY, 28lh,*atll-A^M. . 49- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng? land manufacturing towns at the lowest market nates. ' - Freights on upland cotton through to Liverpool flve-erghths cf a penny; sea Island- one penny.. Upland cotton rn New York X cent, sea island \c - i -. Fer Freight or Passage apgagetnents. apply to marl-lmo- _JAMBS ADGSK H C.-?. f ?rjlHKOUGH ^ILLS E?DINfi' TO A?O FROM! ' E A LT 1 ."TORE PniL.ADSL.PRtA. ?B?STO.V, BKBMES. AND THE CITIES. OF THE NORTHWEST. '1 The one steamship MARYLAND. Johnson, Commandjer, win sall for Bal-SAMfiK timor?, on TUESDAY ?l6t March. at4 o'clock, P. M., making close connection with the Liverpool Steamer NOVA SCOTIAN, tt sall on ?he 26th.' MGf Philadelphia' f'reignta rorwarueu to' tnat city by railroad from Baltimore without addi? tional msnranee, and Consignees a re allowed au . pie time to sample and sell their Goods* from trreRar.road Depot in "Pnuadeljtlrta. "PAUL C. TRE5HOLM, Agent, marl8-3 _No. 2 Inion Wnarves. JJACmC ?LUL STEAMSHIP COMPY't?. L " TEKO?pH L?)*E TO CALIFORNIA. CfTTN.A AND JAPAN. FARES GREATST REDUCED. . ?Steamers of thc above !!n c leave Pler^?^Sfla NO. 4S, North Rivec ro;.' o; CaaMTaBBaB -.tre.et, New York, at 12 cCcloCk noon, 01 tue ?t: 20ta of every month (except ween tues ?lates failou Sunday, men the-Saturday preceo ?us. .. Departure of the 20th connectai Panama wu: idea-ara* for south Pacific .and central Am?rica, .ports. Tlic?ie.af 4th touch acNJanzanlllo. Sreamship-.JAPAN leaves Sau * ranci seo.Xor ?a - pan. and China April 1,18TL . _ No California steamers xo'nch at Tintana, tu ' go illi cit from New York to AapiswaJ). Ouehnudrcd pcunitfi baggage .'ree to each adan , Medicine and attendance free.. For l'?sscge Tickets or other-informatica anpl .if thc COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, oe the wharf Itc-t of Canal srr?'er. Nt ri h River, Ne* york. F. R. UART. Agent. .miyia-iTT_ ?plO R NEW ORLEANS. The fine Brig MARY E. ROWLAX?. Bow-^A^. land, Master, having a?arge'portion or herSSBB Cargo-engaged and going on board, will be <lis p atc bett fort he above port. 1-. - ForFrerght engagements, apply to m?rU ' STKJt?T BR-.'THSRS JMJOr 'jjtOR SAVANNAH. ELEGANT STATE ROOM ACCOMMODATION*. Ttie Splendid Steamer DICTATOR, _ . ?JP Caputo "L- fi. Ccxetier. wf!i leave??i??S^ Southeru Wharton TUESDAY^EVBKIHO, aiuixn 21, ian.-at 8.30 o'clock, for the above place. - The splendid steamer CITY POINT. Captain D.D. Vincent, will leave Sou. hern Wharf for the above pince on FRIDAY LVZN.M,. Marun 24>1S>1, at s.su o'clodt , RAVENt,L k- co.. maris ? _ Agents. JJXCURSION'TO -THE PHOSPHATE WORKS ON"ASHLEY RIVER. The Stearne*rrLOTDOl" wtll leave _ ^.?r^*?? Central Wharrun ? AT USD AY.liony-???SSSSSL? I.SG. isth instant, at 10 cPclock, as abure, ?au wu! retain sam?-ArrimsooN^<. % ., Fare tl* Chtitlren hall price. Tully will be prenared.wlth refreshmecTs on boara* main jpOilSAVANKA-H VIA BEAUFORT ?KJD PACIFIC LANDING." ' The Steamer, PILOT DOV, Captain J. W-Sly, wai leave Ccntiul Whait,_ for above-noav.s every MONDA)' IIUHMM?. a? a O'clock, and lor Beaufort and racill ?; Landing every IECKSDAY. leavUJglieie at s o'tioi-k A. M. ? or freight or Passage, apply to ."J.D. AIR KN, Agent! * * " No. ? Central Wharf. febl TTTEERL? LISE TO SAVANNAH". THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.' FOR rAClFfC LANDING, BEAUFORT, BILT<J> HEAD, .SAVANNAH, DAW EN AND BRUNSWICK? GA. "The favorite steamer E L. 1 Z A HANCOX,. . Captain U w. HTIIKS, -_ will receiveJ-Teight at Accommoda- ri>,i%T~}^ lion wharf for above purnta every JOSS^M^ TU?&D*Y, and leave ou every WBHN*Si?*v au?.-. -*NO, at. 7 o'clock, arrivtug at Savannnn the Ham evening, and leavmg ror Darien, *c the foKow lng morning. Returning, w: lt leave. Savannah Ur: CharieeiOn every MOM>*T MO? LVO, at 7 o'cloci. For Freight or passage, a;*ply w rorrreiBi HOLMES A GO., seplO ?_No. 177- Bgst Knv. -n o K B L ? R I. V A ., .. - TWIOB A WEEK. FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON VILLE, PILATCA AND ALL POINTS ON " TBE ST. JOHN'S RlV?i^l.. 'The Steamer DICT?TOK, Captain ?-?4 L. M. COXETTER, will safl I jratt sotjth?rn"Wharf lor above pbiats every ICS$BK? EvjtKOfttftt t-.30 o'dOcic, arrimg back at Charles ton every SCKDAY AFTEK?IOON, at ? o"cloct:: The steamer CITY PtuNT, Captata ft B. Vic cent, will sall from Southern What* fdr above pointe every" FRI'PAY* Kvisiso, at ?.80 o'ciocfc, arrra-injr b?ck'at Charleston WKUNESDAY AFTCK?IOO?.*, ar. U'CUlCK. ? RAVEN BL & CO.. AgentF; octio . Bijutnera wharr. ?"' a . 5 a -e a ?-i . J . , .' .. AN? TH? ' WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STiTCH MACHINE, are the bes; in'uBe. . . For sale un the Lease Plan, with monthly pay men?s tjn easy terms, or for xash. All kinds 0. Machine attachments;.Needles, Cotton, (white, black, and colored.) Silk, OnVSoap, ?c., Ac. Repairing as usual. Circulars and -samples 01 work seht on application. r ' General I>ealer .in First Class Sewing aa chineH and Material, No: 307 King street, aUgl7- " Charleston. 8: C t?ittcrs. . WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS, H. BISCHOFF & CO.,~ H. KLATTE & CO.. BOLLMANN BROTHERS, J. A. QUACK EXBUSH. WAGENER & MONoEES, MANTOUE & CO. pURCHGOTT, BENEDICT 4 CO. . RE8PBCTT?LLY ANNOUNCE ^ PO THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC That, owing tz> the SPECIAL FACILITIES AND -QUALIFICATIONS ' Of'lbeir Resident Partner in NewTofk, Phey are enabled to. purchase their'?applies.o? FINE AND STAPLE DRY GOODS, Both Foreign and Domestk, in all oases from flrst hands, AT THE LOWEST-CASH- FIGURE, ' . I And thus to offer EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS TO CUS? TOMERS, Their prices will be found from TWENTY TO FIFTY PER CENT. "LOWER Than those of any other Dry Goods Bouse In tb/ South. They invite an inspection or their Sto/k,. which ls' made up of NO AUCTION GOODS., But which will be found.-to consist or au iiupiensa . var .tty of . . THE CHOICEST AND LATEST NOVELTIES IN THEIR LINS. - Comparison, as"t# quality, with the best goods offereieieewbere, ?S C H A' if L E N G E D..,. "And competition as torrloe is DEFIED. N -Every'arUcle sold by us 1? warranted-to ba pre? cisely as represented. .. . ' Our motto ia - - . "QUICK ?AL?S AND SMALL PTOPTT5,* .- And Customers who wish to . SA VE- MONBY IN.BUYING - wm do well to give ns a cali.. FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT k CO. Up-Town Store, NO? 437 King street, Corner of Calhoun. - oct 51 Down-Town Store, No. 244 King street Near "The Bcadf S I? IL. I. W G DRESS GOODS AND " ' LOUIS COHEN &-CO., '. .No. 248 King Street, " Beg leave to announce that they have just re? ceived full Unes ff choice and reasonav Ie . . DRESS"GOODS. BLACK. SILKS, ! ' ' FANCY SILKS, JAPANESE SILKS. SATINS, PURLINS, MO H AT RS, PLAID. FOR CHILDREN. ? FR1NTS, LONGOLOTH^, SHEETINGS. - . . HOSIERY, *C,JcO., Ac. WE BEG TO DIiA>y. PARTICULAR ATTEN? TION to our Hill lines of DRESS PiQUES, and GUA R??ti TE B* PR IC BB, of eveti thing In our line., FULLY IN CONFORMITY WITH THE SPIRIT OF THE TIMES.. . . IO- A CALL ^RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. LOUIS COHEN & CO;, *. T?Q. 24=8 KI7>T<S ST?t ?JET,. Immediately South of the "Big Boot." marl-6tuthlino .- . (?os iri*tnres. JJ ALL, BLACK & CO., Will sell their Stock ol BRONZE AND IMITATION BRONZE GAS FIX*Ty.riES AT MUCH LESS THAN THE [ACTZTAL COST OF MANUFACTURE: These gooda .ire ur -.ho ncwrsr'patterriH, ami 'lu finish superior to??n.r*la*ibe market. To those rurnlslLta? IHHHTB. t us is- sn opportunity co pio cure theBE&T CUAN LE LIE RS, BRACKETS, iii., at u less price thsn they .would pay -for in fcrlor fixture*. . Itisoor Intention to give up entirely i hfs branch of our.but-mess, widoh causes KO great a reduc? tion in price. BALL, BLACK A CO.., Nos. 506 and 507 BROADWAY, N. Y. .Iunl8-iyr i -!-r-. . GAS <W&*r POIICELJA?M Fixtures, I GLiVS'g - J SHADES, r ARCANE!. sAfir r Sfir CLOSES, EURNERS I ?Tpa>*?- '': GA'S FITTING, PL?MBfNG AND TIN. ROOFING. JP. JL. GTJILLEMIN, mar6-tuthslmo No. ]4D CHURCH STREET. lioatcrC'i preparations. V S??EJE'POP! DEATH TO RATS, ROACHES, BEDJB.?GS, &c, NEVER FAILING. BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS. HERMETICALLY SEALED AND ? ALWAYS FRESH. Sold at Wholesale by . DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS, And at retal by all Druggists. febl-emo iertili???. JgNGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE. :-' GERMAN CONCENTRATED POTASH -IIANTJRE. J 60 TOSS ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE, war? ran ted to con tala 24 per cent. Soluble Ph oar* are of Lima, at $46 per ion, or leas.for ihe.lot. 160 tons Concentrated Potash "Manure, at 2 ?ic. per pound, gold, or less lor the lot. These Mannres are imported direct, and can be relied" on as represented. Amtfysie made In Eu? rope and nere on We. at my office. . . For-sale tty . j. ROBSON, No. (?8 East Day and Nos. 1 ami 2 Atlantic wharf. marl'-snac- , * - *. ._ J) E R ? Y IA N.G?ANO. -For STtfifTt iot-bf A No. 3 CtiDclia Island GUANO tn store and to arrive LUJJL? MjoLAlN, Jan4 : ,. No. 51 Ejoad "si reet. JP E- B T I LIZ E R S . .LO* ?o?s SO^ITPVRIJTIAN (Chincha)* GUAS?, warranted pure. ? * MOO- bois. Land Plaster, ground from the best Nova >?o* ia Ro dr, aa d-warran ted "pur e. loo tona Pate Dis?olred ?irril Ground Bone. lS?ton? Tfblteloejt'PVepetatbr. The* Vegetator ? '? . lina-Veen* snccessftilly. nsw!',, and bears a . very high reputation, lt is second to.no , ^oilier Fertilukr, except'Peruvian Quano, "riTcrpd'ln thli'mai'ltet. "**-? wo tons "Ralston's"'unsolved Bone andvAmmo nia. _'. . lOObbls. Ehuern Island"Fish Gnano,at $2?"per rr-n o? 2000 pounds. * " For ?a* by *. *T. J?.KERR"*A.eO. raus . . jgERGER. $ EUTZ ? EXCELSIOR. S U.P.E BPHDSPHATE." -Ten tans of tue above celebrated FERTILIZER wi?! be =o:-l to ot?se eon'ignaavu:. J?xteuslvely used in Georgia with liigbiy satisfactory results, as letters in oor possession wJllstlbw." Pnce' $46 caerr*-$?o and seven tier cent. Inter? est payable'ist November- ~ For aalc by . ^REEDEft A DAVIS, . AtlgerJft,"Vliar?, Charlestoi?, S. C. marr?-irrsino_?_ .pACIFIC GUANO.COMPANY'S ; '(CAPITALi $1,000,000) ' . SO L U ArL *E PACI F*I C 6 U A N 0. This GUANO- ls DOW go well known In all the ?ou.ilujru-Sta'es lor ils remarlrable effects as ar agency for ?ncieasin?- the products of labor, a? rfotto require especial <*omT"ftm"atlon from ot?. Its use lor ave -cars past has established J** clin: nett r lor reliable excellence, the large ?xeo espita, fuvesre? by the Company lu this trails, ffflonlsthp .?mrw.gnarantee or the totitlnncd ex? cellence of Ita Giutnu. 4. N. HOBSON, ? Selling Agent, chailesionr.S.C. JOHN 5. HEESE A" LO.. General Agents, Baltl .more. dec-a-uaw RUSSEL CO?TS ASMONIATEDBO*?!.. M WHAII OF Lie, PUT UP IN BAGS 'V? "150'J-OUNDS EACH. PRICE PER TDS OF 20J0.PGUND8: CAS!*,. ?57 SO; APBKOV?D ACCEPT?T, -PAYAULE 1STH NOVEMBER, $P2*50. ? .. .... ' .a FOR SALE BY l-COHEN. l?A?VCl?ET^ &? CO., ?.a^A-fl EAST -BA Y.-, *ebIft~tli*iulnno_ - f Ht S tt>N O ; PHOSPHAT? CO MPANY . OF THIS CITY, . ARK NO"V "MiVNUFACTORING TGE?R * " SOLUBLE GUANO " Which will be-rui'Llshel a: (50 cash, of $55 on lau rVorcaiber n-.Jtt with City, aet-ep ance, and their "DlSSOLVE?.l'HGBPHAT?L"?oreeinpos?ng wj?b Couoii Seed, at ?S3 cash, or en ist November ' within.per cent additional.. ?. " '..PtJF.E-GRoilNU PHOSPHATE'' itr $15 cash. Cmttrirers for tlie'Fertlllsers maybe ra-rte in clr?in?.'e for Cotton. - " OITDEKS SENT WILL RECEiyE. PROMPT. AT? TENTION. J: D. AniEisf, ACCENT.. njiirl " ' '^gCWES & MERCER'S1 SUPERPHOSPHATE ! A-BBIIL IS,. 1670. ' y M<dsture determined at 112 deg. Fahrenhtlr.r 2.80 Orguux Matter...,_*..t....32.00 Yielding Ammonia.'.. 2.14 . . ln-olnble PiirsTThorii; Aclrl...-. 6.08 Equal to.Hone Pliosph. tflnolved... raitt In?ulubk Itu-sphcrlcAcid... . 13.75 "Eqi-ivaleut to Hone Pltbs? hate."0 02 Total PhcBpoorlc Acid.1*88 Total Pn< sphare of Lime.43.29? Lime. STilphurlc Acid and" Alkaline Salts, nut separately estimated... 45.37 * 100.00 Thc forrgoing analysis atrrhoriaes .ns to pro? nounce .'-Uowcn "A Mefcer'H" Phosphate a well balanced linn rrUabie manare. . nie nm o um-or Am moms which it co?tai tis lp. ala of that sup l l ed Tom iiaenral sources, furrrtshesn snttlclcnt stlrrrrtlns roi- prorriotlng'f he growth and ?nsmtam Ing the vigor of the p.cnt, while Its liberal supply or Soiubie Phcsprroilc .Acid in combination wita Lltpe, must give a satisfactory fruitag? for the frit year. Tile Insoluble Phosphate of the same base, bv slow..chemical changes, subseqneutjy gi ki tr oil In the soil, wl.l increase its capability for ?reducing a better crop for the Soccoedltig veor. . . A. MEANS, Inspector. * -. . Savannah, chatham co., Ga. For bale by . PAUL CT TRENBOLM". Agent for Sooth Carolina* ' feb28^tHllislmo . ' Union Whacve*. ATTSON & CLARK'S 1FORMHRLY"CR?SDALE*S) SUPERPHOSPHATE. TRADE I W.qj MARK. The srsnctard Of this Fertilizer ls guafanteed. lt Is nannfaetnred from the South Carolina Phos? phate Rock. For sale by WILLIAM GURNEY, /cb2l tnihs Sole Agent for<South Carolina. jJ^JONEY CANNOT BUY. IT ! FOR. SIGHT is PRICELESS!! the DIAMOND GLASSES, ra?nuraetured bj J. E. SPENCER A~.CO., New York, wfilehare nowoffered to the public, are pronounced, by anthe celebrated Optician.'''or the worlfl to be the most Perfeot,-Na. tural Anuida) i elp to the human eye ever known. They are ground under, their own supervision, from minute Crystal Pebbles,, melted*, together, and derive their name. "Diamond," on account Of their hardness arid brilliancy. -The HdentiHc principle on which they ace con a true; td brings Jue core or. con ire of the lens .di? rectly hi front ut the eye, producing a clear and dlsTtnct vfSicm.as in the naturaLhealthy sight, and preventing ali unpleasant sensation*, such as glimmering aud wavering ol sightf dizziness, Ac, peculiar to ail others in use. They are mounted in the finest manner, lp frames of the. best quality, of all materials used for that purpose. Tneir finish and durability can? not be surpassed. CAUTION.-None genuine nnless beating their trade mark stamped on every frame. JAMES ALLAN, Dealer In Watches; Jewelry, Sterling Silverware and Optical Goods, No. 307 Klug street. tSl-mwslyr Charleston, S. C. THE GREAT FERTILIZER FOB COTTON AND ALL CROPS. THE UNPARALLELED SUCCESS OP THIS greit FEKTtLIKER oil ALL CROPS prove! it to bc Hie BEST and CHEAPEST- Manure?cw c Cer? ed in ;he market. vlt bas been nsed by? many of the moat emi? nent Planters4n tho South, and IN EVERT SING LE - IN ST ANCE? FT B? 6. GIVEN ." BN TI RR SATIS?^?Tl^N?v/f *' OniCOTT?BT itr effects have b?^pariJculsrly marked. It ts no rare thing for.WffAS5>s ru os EHATE to Increase rife -yield Trom ONE HUN? OREA ie TWO HUNDRED PER GENT?, dr even more, ' ' - Mr. GWrrge C. Dlx?n, an eminent pian-cr of C? meron," Ga ^ say s m a letter to the^acner o' the SOut^ November's?, that'in an MfperHaen: -with ser?n leadlBg'Snperphospbat?s and Guanos,' the WHANN'S proved it^Ji the best of all those Wed, paying, a SET PRQF1T (even ai the pres? ent kw pneco: Cotton,; of $20 90 per acre of Cotton. A copy of Mr. Dixon's let?et giving details, "twill ba, furnished on "application. * '", u '. pe R SALE BT " -. ?-. CHAHLE9-TON? S. <}.. AND AU?JJSTA^A. ?ecJI-TvstnS?tos . -*. ETI WAN GUANOS; SOLUBLE MANURES AND. SULPHOTRIC ACID, . * ' MANUFACTURED AT THE ; 1.ETIWAN..WO?E^5 . . ' CHABLEST?TN, O* . \ ' ' .'- ~, - BY THE ' ? ' * SIIWRIC ??IDm wmtmtm mm, ?HR- NOW WELL KNOWN BTIWAN GUANO LS MANUFACTURE? PROM TBS NATIVE BONE. , PHOSPHATES of South CiroUun. >hes* PHUdPHATKS iii their natural state are lcsolu?e, and re (jnue to be ground to ponder, aud mude Soluble by Sulphuric Acid. Tal? ?ompany have nov In ope ruMnnihe largest sulphuric Act? crashers at the soutfr, acd ate. ttferetore, abie to raanutaetnr-fat ihe hrwe-t rates, the highest-grade of F. RTILIZER; lt bemg clear that the grafter the proportion" ol soluble Phoaphajc which any i-'jertilizer cont ai u? the less lfee.qoant.ty,. reqah-ed per acre. La order to ma\bthe Feriiltaer-compleie, Ammonia, and rntash in sufficient quant mes are adTeu. With these views the Cot:-ptmy manufacture and on"ff for fale .. .. . ?TIWA'N G:U'A^OS, '. - WARRANTED TO CONTAIN FROM 15 TO 20 PERVERT. 0Fl)l8S0XVED BOSE PHOSPHATE OF r^ME.TtBd from 2 to per centrof AMMONIA, witTPa sufflclent fWdlilon ff PERUVIAN>?JJ?0 afid -POTASU, to adapt it to ali, crops. Price tis per ion, catb; dh tim?, foe-per ton.-ap? feierest 7?ner meat, ne/ annuiq, - ? - . t DISSOLVED BO&E, OF HIGH GRADE. SUTTARLE FOR MANUFACTURAS CdVPOR PLANTERS. BEfNG?HrtfBELFTIK . excci?en: FERTILIZER, and specially wn.pt' d f. r Coufrmsf. . AS large-quantities of ?niphoric A old are-used to dissolve th* Phosphate, this wlh ue-foiind H cbeap-ou? eonvefilect way to iranspocttliat ma? terial. The grade furnished wili.be from 16 to 20 per coat. Dissolves Rone Phosphate. Price $44 per ton, cash: on time; $-15. wtth interelt ar 7 per cent. jTer atnuaf. Still higher grades writ be^riiished-. to order utan additional pilco percentaje. j . ? r? s\l COMPOU>"I).A.eiL> PHOSPHATE, . i SPECIALLY PREPARED*-F? R OOMPOSTlS6,Wmi . COTTON-"SX?D-*U?T> ^XTBRR PLANTATION MANURES. Price $30 per ton, cas .; oh t?melo, with lnteresfcat 7per cent, ptr.annum. .. ' - . GROHT?B BONE, S AT MUCH LOWER* RATES, CONSISTING SIMPLY J? TUB NATLVE BQNE PHOSPHATES GROUND to p jwtler. -Price $20 per ton', cash; On flrae/**22,- andjater.est at 7 percent, per annum. . ' ' ' ;. . WM. '.C. BEE & CO., AGE?T.*, TVo. M _YD<rEf?".S WIIARF, CHARLESTON,' S. C.. N. R -TI?? PERCENTAGE OF DIS60I.VSO BONE PH08PHATB OP LIME AND AMMONIA IN ALL TUE ETIWAN'S 1> ascertained at the Works, by ?ieb; Chemist, before delivery. Snould any pur? chaser 'JO dis-fttdfOd. he muy vetara average samples of any .purchase, within thirty (30) days after delivcry^and they wHl be aaa yecd aaew, and *auy deficiency m tho percentage guaranteed will be maxie ?ood,to hlth by the company. janS3-mwf2mos DICKSON FERTILIZER C03IPANY, ? l^G U S T A.^ G A < . H S. T? w co WARRANTED FREE FBOM- AJJTJLTE?lA>ri?N? DICK SON !S. COMPOUND-Cae*.'..MO Time (City acceptance)....v......-. 70 DICKSONS COMFOCND- Cash y?~S\^ -....-s.i. 69 Time (City acceptance). 75 Drayage to Railroad or Bo?t,-S?ckB-200 pounds each..;.*...|1 per toa We use no inferior or adulterating material ia our maimfacrures. Planters are Invited to visit oar works, send lax Circulars, ' " - - - - J A 31 ES T. GAKJ3INBR, PieUdent, August a, .Ga. GEO. W. WITTE, AgeiAt.-01iarle?ta?, C.- - - jf.n26-to?tn2moe_ . ? '_ *- '* TO FACTORS AND PUNTERS ! " Thc r.ndersigned begs rolnform his enstomers and the public thar, in addition to his Wcrks-at Savancah, ho harestablwhed estcnsive Superphonphate Works at the Warpoo MILLS, opposite this city, whlcn are now m active operation, manufacturing bis web k own fertilizers, the* P JBi O B PH O- P E R IT Vii- A N . .?'* *""./-- =-' ? -AND ' ' .- ci 'av v ._ AM .MOM A TED SOLUBLE. P?CIEIG GUANOS,. N o AND WHERE HE WILL AlSO'KEEP ON HAND l" PERUVIAN G U SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE. of The nlgheBt grade from his Ashepob Mlues, ?crude and giouhil,) analyzing over sixty per cent, of Roue Phosphate ol Lime; and LAND.PLASTER. . These Works have been opened under the inspection of Dr. CU. SHEPARD, Jr., Inspector o? Fertilizers for South Carolina, and every package wiP. bear lift brand certifying to its Inspection. , Uniformity of quality quarante; d and prices reduced . . . ' ' iS^S^SS^T^ fCBAELESTOS, S. C. ! Janl? J. B. 8A TrC-? Y OrVRKRR WART RAY ANO -RROAD STREBT, CHARLESTON, 8. 0. ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, OF CH ABLEST t>>\ S. C. . F. J. PORCHER, President. P. J. PELZEB, Treasurer. LEB BY. DIRECTORS. .W. P. H"ALL.L. D. DESAUSSLTHE. .B. G. PIN?KNEY THE ATLANTIC THOSPtlATES ARE NOW BEING MANUFACTURED AT THEIR WORKS ON ASHLEY HI VEK, under the dil ecilou of an esperiehctd and Praeticnl Cht mist. The. Company m fend.thu to Le a nrst cl isjjJertilizer, and.one whtclrtan be rocorameniled to Plant?is. ^T^W?-^?? eUABANTEED. j-L ri --. THE COMPANY'ABC?LJO PREPATvED TO MANUFACTURE A.?I3P E>HZO-SDPOHL: ATE FOR COMPOBT?NG WITH COTTON SEED. This prepsratlnn is highly recommended by Chemists'as with it Plan tera are enabled to make tbdTheWATl!lNTlorpHOS ls sold at $65 perton cash, or - on time; witb Interest at the rate ?f ?ThePACJD PHOSPHATE ls sold at $35 per ton cash, cr'- on-me, with Interest at the rate of -one per cent, per month. ... * PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents, dec31-4mos BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.