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Tile Daily ISTews,
THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1888.
KEW YORK-Per steamship Alhambra- 214 bales Up?
land Cotton, 60 tierces Rice, 74 packages Sonarles.
PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr Chas P Stickney-100 tons
Old RailroOd Iron, 14 tons Old Shafts and Cranks, 2
bales Pspcr Stock. 6 packages Furniture, and 33,300
feet Ranging Timber.
BOSTON-Per sehr Montana-132 bales Upland Cotton,
232 bbl? Rosin, 200 bbls Tar, 444 Hides, 2 bales Calf
Skins, 27 crates and 6 bales Rope, 13 bales Bugging,
13 bbls Saltpetre, 40 balas Bags, 226 tons Old Iron
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark S Morton-16 casks and 10
cases Hardware, 126 plates Steel to Courtney ft Ten?
nent; 3 Plo ugh <. and 1 cox Plongh Eittings, to W C
Courtney; 1 cask Holloware, 1 cask Nails, 3 casks
Hardware, 1 bondie Pans, to M Ogilvie; 278 Iron
Pots, 288 Covers, 160 Camp Ovens, 36 Biscuit Ovens,
42 Spiders, to J Thompson A Co; 2 half pipes Bran
dy, 20 catka Wine, 18 casks Vinegar, 2 casks Gum.
12 casks China, 25 cases Wine, 20 cases Fruit In
Brandy, 30 cases Olive Oil, 29 cases Paper, 2 cases
Leather, SS cases Soap, S cases Prunes, to B G Wil?
kins ; 600 boxes Tin Plates, 1 case Hardware, 10 boxes
Books, 250 bags Rice, 63 packages Mdze, 3500 sacks
Common Salt, 44 dozen Mats, 30 casks Bott od Beer,
to Order; 200 boxes Raisins, 50 boxes Figs, to Laren
don Bros; 4 casks Mdze. 1 case Mdze, 35 p?gs Mdze,
33 pkgs Mdze, 8 psgJ Mdze, to Order; 60 packages
Mdzo, to C Graveley; 2 bales Mdze, to H Treuchard
.Per bark Wm Rennie-204 tons Cann 1 Coal.
. S18 tons Gas Coal, to Order.Per bark Lakem?
ba-6481 sacks ?-alt, 104 tons House Coal, toC N Hu?
bert; 10 orates Earthenware, to B Smith & Co; 1 bale
Mdze, to H Treuchard.
. v ' The Charleston Cotton market.
The market was firm yesterday, with sales of Upland
Of 200 bales, at Ste. per lb. for Low Middling to 37c. per
lb. for Good Middling Cotton.
AUGUSTA, March 26 -Evening.-COTTOX.-There
TOS somo inquiry for the higher grades to-day. Lower
grades were entirely neglected by buyers. Wo quote
strict; middlings at 32c , and good middlings at 33c.
GOLD.-The re c> ip I of New York dispatches by seve?
ral of our wholesale houses, that gold was 25 and 2i7,,
almost caused a suspension of trade. Brokors, not?
withstanding, bought atlM and 126, and sold at 128 and
SILVSB,-Bro*ere buy at 120 and sell at 125.
MOBILE. March 24.-COTTON.-The market has been
doll throughout the day. Only a few buyero entered
the market at al!, and there seemed to be a general in?
disposition tn sandle the staple. Sales were confined to
600 bales, the market closing quiet and dull at 37 to 38
cents for middling.
MONETABY AND FINANCIAL-The continued steady de?
cline of gold and weak market, keeps cotton low, and
has upset exchanges generally. This has been especially
the case for the last two days. Gold being the standard
by which the other departments of busiuess are influ?
enced and regulated, then can be no confidence ia the
stability of prices as long as its present uncertain status
continues, and hence, tho aim'-st nominal condition of
quotations to day. A priv.vto dispatch received late this
afternoon, from New York, quotua gold down to 125 u.
and unless a reaction should take place, we may look for
a farther dec Une bei e. With the remark that it is almost
impossible to arrive at a true state of the market, we
give the following aa the nearest approach te the rates
of the day, that we could learn.
Gold 125 to 126),'. ouying and selling. Silver 120 to
133, do. Commercial Starling 133 to 134. Private trans
actions have been made at rather better rates, but we
could not ascertain the exact figures. Different parties
quote New York five and ten day Cotton Billa X to ri,
and X to l discount. One transaction at 3? discount
?aa reported to us.
The Bank rates for sight are J? discount, and outside
rates vary from X to M discount for Cotton Bills.
New Orleans sight H premium.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, Marah 22, ll A. M.-COTTON. -The
market haa been somewhat excited this morning by re?
ports of an advance of ? to >i<L at Liverpool, and the
eales already exceed 1000 balea, partly at yesterday's
Agares ead partly at fuller pri JOS
The demand is still active, with the prospect of liberal
sales, although the movement la che ?ed by the advanc?
ed pretensions of factors. Last evening we quoted Or?
dinary at 30 to 31c, Good Ordinary at 33 to 34c, Low
Middling at 35 to 37c, and Middling at 39 to ?Oe. Fac?
tors now ask higher figures.
Suata AND MOLASSES.-The receipts since yesterday
comprise 12 hhds. Sugar and 60 bbls. Moiseses from the
coast. There ls a fair supply of Louisiana Sugar on
hand, but very little or no louisiana Mplosses. There
appeared tb be mora inquiry to-day, and the sales em?
brace 100 hhds. good fair to folly, fair Sugar on private
terms, and 12 hhds fully fair at 15a. per lb. Folly fair
is-quoted at 141?; to U i, c. per lb.
FLOUR,- The salea hus far comprise 6T0 bbls., of
Which 100 low superfine at S8 25; lou superflue at $8 60;
200 on its merits at $9; lOu-iow extra, at $10 69, and 50
/good extra at $11 76 per bbL
COHN-Is In light supply, and In very active demand,
sad prices have stiR further advanced about 5c per
bushel. The sales embrace 4000 sacks, of which 2000
mixed, in late, at 85c ; 800 at 8tic"; 1000 at 95c, and 119
do. at 98c per bushel.
The Gold markit opened this morning with a more
lively demand, and the sales thus far include $!500at
125and $30,000 ($3000 ia three lots, three amounts of
14000 each, two of $50u0 and $10,000), at 126.
In Silver we notice ?sale of $1000, ia American hali
do&irs, at 119.
The sales of Foreign Exchange included ?6000 first
Class sterling at 131,3 ; 50.000 good commercial francs at
4.23Vi, and SOO.O?O 41 (100100 and 200,000), at 4.26.
EVENING. -Still a depression in Exchange, Gold and
Cotton. Nothing doing in Loans or Discount. The
downward tendenoy of Coin, Cotton and Sterling puz?
zles the mercantile community, and has eome effect
upon General Trade
GOLD-126 )i to 126& Market well supplied.
STEELING is very unsettled, and sales have been made
to-day at various ra'es from 133 to 185>i, both buyers
and sellers showing but little disposition to operate.
COTTON-There ta a continued falling off in receipt?,
and everything seems to lnoicate that but little more
wiH come to hand. Middling 39 to 40c.
Consignee* per Soatli Carotina Railroad,
267 bales Cotton, 108 bags Cotton Seed. 1 car Stock,
and Sundries. To E H Rodgers k Co, S L Howard, W
B Williams, O B Holmas, Claclus k Witte, J M Caldwell
cs Sons, H L Jeffers ft Uo.'A D Jones, C L Onilleaumo,
Starling, W PDowling, DLoeb, Pass ft Mints, J Wiley.
H L Butterfield, B W Gale. J Hunt, Strauss, Vanees ft !
Co, PA Soubistes, Prof F S Holmes.
Arrivals at MUle House, Marek HS.
T G Bolea and seront, 8 Carolina; J O Robinson,
Port Royal; L H Mackey, florida; G BBrown, N Jersey;
S P Byan and wife. Port Royal; J W Conner, Beaufort;
W A Appleton, Boston; A G Brown, Loulsiaaa; JP
Th orasen. Boston; J Bodin, T L Everett, T O Lockwood,
N York; J Adams, Jane P Adams, S Carolina; Capt West,
M Duett, S Lever-tt. Now York; T B Coffla, 8 Carolina;
H D Heyward. V Hager mao, N York; T L Cooley, K F
O'Brannon, Barnwell; C 8 Langdon, J Bainbridge. New
York; W J Kyle. Columbia, S O; LO Bice, Hilton Head ;
A A Carr, Charier ?n ; M Krane, D W Baldwin, N York; I
WWMcCloskey, Borne; O Purves, Philadelphia; B G
Chis tine, A Everett, Edisto.
Per steamship Alhambra, for New York-J Noble, L I
H Matalr, W Matalr, Miss E Jennlson, J F Evans, Bev |
W J Snider, and iS m steerage.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Georgetown, S C-H W j
Webb, D W Jordan, J Smith, W W S hacke! ford and lady,
"W Green, W F Sha?. Miss Cameron, J Li Bru ce, Miss C I
LaBruce, Mrs Ellis and 2 children, Mrs Solomon, Mrs I
Levy and nurse, and ll in steerage.
PEASKH or THE MOON.
Full M. 1st. 6h. 33m. morn i New M. 16th, 4h. 17; a. oven
Last Q. 9th, 10h. 33ra morulFirst Q. 23d, 7h. 43u. morn
Full M 30tii, Uh. lim. even.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Arrived Yesterday. ("MABOH 28
Br bark Lakemba, Cowan, Liverpool, 60 days. Salt,
Coal and Mdze. To 0 N Hubert, B Smith ft Co, and H
Br bark Wm Ronnie, Decker, Liverpool-sailed Feb
15. Coal. To Gibbes ft Co.
Sp brig Beatriz, Pages, Haviua, G days. Ballast. To
Brig Manganilla, M^anp. ^ew York. 8 days. Rail?
road Iron and Hay. Tu Tr-tr ft Amsbury, and S O R
Behr W G Audc-nreld. W.- t ?rd. Philadelphia, 5 days.
Mdze. To T 8 v- T G BiiuJ, L Chap?n ft Co. Smith ft
Tower. J Cc+grovo, A Tonis" Sons. C N Averill ft Son.
Bollmann Bros. B Feldman, Kllnck ft Wickenberg, J H
?ollera, B O'Nei l. Litde v. Marshall. J E Adgcr ft Co.
Bavenel ft Co. C Etait, J B E Sloan, Gregg ft Bowl. T
btenhoui.) ft Co, and O .'der
Sehr W ; Dvuglticn, latea, I'.vhd?lrhla, 6 days,
Phosphate of Lime, Ac. To T S & T G Budd, B S Rhett
& Son, and Order.
Sehr Alonzo O Austin, Smaller, Bockport, Me, 15 days.
Lime, Hay, Potatoes, Ac. To Olney at Co, and Tront A
Sehr J Paine, Mayo. New York, 8 day?. Bailroad Iron
and Hay.; To W Beach, 8CRR Co, and Order.
Sehr Aurelia P Howe, Brigg*, Boston, 7 days from
Vinyard Sound. Mdze. To P P Locke, 8 B Marshall,
BisseU Bro, 3 E Adger * Co, Mackey tc Baker, White A
Paine, Pinokney Bros, Dr J E Holbrook, J Hurkamp k
Co, DA Amme, C Graveloy, Gale, Boblnaon A Co, J O
Salter, R H McDowell A Co, A Getty A Co, Campbell k
Higgins, G W Williams k Co, W Marscher, D H Silcox,
W White, N M Porter, Gonzales, Woodward A Co, E B
Cowperthwait, J Pat tani, E David, 3 Thomson k Co, M
Ogilvie, Hart k Co, E B Cowperthwait, G W Clark k Co,
J Hurkamp A Ob. J Harria, Judge Ranklin.
Sehr Amos Edwards, Somers, Philadelphia, i days
from the Capea. Coat To A Getty & Co.
Steamer Z B Vance, Guthrie, Augusta, Ga. 73 bales
Cotton, 298 sacks B Bice, &c. To Willis k Chiaolm, B
Mure k Co, J R Pringle, E J Dawson A Co, Mrs W M
Smith, J Bancroft, Jr, G D Brahe, N 0 Parks k Co, L F
Petit, Webb A Sage.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Payne, Georgetown, S C. 129
tierces Bice, 9 bags R Bice, ll bales Cotton, 115 bbls
Rosin, and Mdze. To Ferguson k Holmes, Shackelford
k Fraser, J M Caldwell k Son, C E Walker, E N Thurs?
ton, Mra C LaBruce, W L Daggett, and others.
8toamer Fountain, Castner, Savannah, via Hilton
Head and Beaufort. Mdze. To White dc Paine, and
Steamship Gulf City.
Cleared Yesterday. [MARCH 33
Steamship Alhambra, Terry, New York-RavenelJi: Co.
Sehr Chas P Sttcaney, Mathcra, Philadelphia-H F Ba?
ker k Co.
Sehr Montano, Boarse, Boston-T Street
The steamship Alhambra, which leit her wharf yester?
day afternoon to proceed to sea, came to an anchor in
the Roads, in consequence of heavy weather.
CHABLESTOS, S. C., March 23, 1866.
ARRANGEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE JO CON?
TINUE THE MATT. SERVICE BY SEA TO NEW YOBS
until further notice. Mails will, therefore, be made up
and close at this Office one hour before the advertised
time of departure of the Steamers-on Thurudays by the
People's Steamship Company's Line, and on Saturday!
by the Regular U. & Mall Line.
The BAIL BOUTE MATT, will not be changed by thia
tea service; but, on and after the 25th, tho Mails by the
Northeastern Railroad win close at this Office at 8 P. M.
instead of 8 A. M. ' STANLEY G. TROTT,
March 22_Acting P. M.
CHARLESTON, S. C., March 17, 1866.
THE MAILS TO AND FBOM THE NOBTH ARE TC
BE TRANSPORTED BY BAIL, the service of the LEAST
steamers having ceased. L'util further notice, the MaHf
for the North wUl close daily at 8 A. M.
Tho public should understand that letters sent bj
ship must be enclosed in "Government envelopes,"
and that a letter weighing less than a half ounce, thu
sent, must have an additional three cent stamp, and
then pay ono moro cent for ship, at the office of delivery 1
or lacking the additional stamp, it wUl be charged four
conto at New York, or other destination of the ship, ii
or delivery there, and double that rate, if distributed
or some other office. Letters of additional weights will
be charged double their respective paid rates.
March 17_STANLEY G. TROTT. Act P. M.
Money Sent WM Danger of Loss.
POST OFFICE, OBA&uesToir, S. 0., Feb. 6, 1868.
THIS OFFICE HAS BEEN DESIGNATED AS A
"Money Order Office," and orders upon any otho
Money Order Offloe, In sums from ono dollar to thirtj
donara, may be drawn. Where a Burger sum tare
quired, additional orders to make it up must be ob'
The ol *rges for Money Orders wlB be as follows:
On Orden not exceeding $10.lOoenti
Over $10 and not exceeding $30.15 cent*
Over $20 and up to $30. 20 conti
STANLEY G. TBOTT, A. P. M.
TRAVELERS' INSURANCE COMPANY
INSURES AGAINST ACCIDENTS OF ALL BINDS.
P. H; KEGLER Agent,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
*W Accidents WiU happen In the beat regulated to ml?
es. Insure, and your mind wUl be at ease.
March 13 . Imo
DN1TERS1L LIFE LW1UNCE
ON IMPAIRED LIVES,
winding their regular line of business.
HOME OFFICE, No. 69 LIBERTY-STREET, NSW
P. H. KEGLER, Agent,
March 13_Imo_CHARLESTON. g. 0.
FI BE, MARINE ABD LIFE
TUPPEK & LANE,
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank Building,
No. 133 East Bav-street.
REPRESENTING THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS
COMPANIES, of the highest standing and respon
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York.
Cash Capital and Assets.$1,600,000.
PHOENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of New Vork.
Cash Capital and A?sets.$1,600,000
NTERNATIONAL INSURANOE CO., of New?ork.
Cash Capital and Assets.,.$1,200,000.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York.
Cash Capital and Assets.$1,000,000.
NOBTH AMERICAN TNSURANCE CO., of New York
Cash Capital and As.iets.$800,000.
GREAT WE3TERN INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW
York. . . .*e ....?......$3 000 000
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE" COMPACT. OF THE
UNITED STA 1'ES.$2.000,000.
.VG G UK GA TH CASH CAPITAL.
Ten Millions of Dollars.
?3-FIRE, MARINE AND INLAND RISES TAKEN
AS LOW AS OTHER GOOD COMPANIES, and LOSSES
PROMPTLY PAID / T THIS AGENCY.
A. A. LANE. .SA ML. F. TUPPER.
March 17_ Imo
MBa F. M. HARPER (DAUGHTER AND PUPIL OF
the Ute Prof. M. S. REEVES), offers her servlooa
to the citizens of Charleston as Teacher of VOCAL AHI)
Residence No. 28 Society-street, opposite the High
Refers to Gen. JAMES Smoirs, Dr. WM. T. WHAOO, X
?manon BMONB, and Dr. w. M. FITCH.
TI1K GRIFFIN T1U.WEEKLY STAB.
CTTmi???-^' FITCD & CO.. PROPRIETORS.
IRCULATION THREE THOUSAND, AND RAPLDL?
". _ Increasing. Published every TUESDAY, THURS?
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Terms-$5 per Annum-$3 tor Six Month?.
Terms ot Advertising-l square. 3 month.$12.60
2 squares, 3 months..$20
' laquar* 6monthfl.$30
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Congress Spring Water.
Empire Spring Water.
Columbian Spring Water,
NO NATUE A L OE ARTIFICIAL COMPOUND HAS
yet been disco vc rod or stAMurAOTT/BXD that equals these
waters as a PREVENTIVE, BELIEF AND PERMA?
NENT CUBE, for many tomporary and chronic dis?
eases, as proved by the experience of tu any thousands
who have drank them for years, with the most beneficial
Is a cathartic, alterative and tonio, and is a valuable
remedy for affections of the Liver and Eidneys, Dys
pepsis, Goat, Chronic Constipation and Cutaneous dis?
eases. It is a most powerful preventive of the Fever*
and Bilious Complaints, so prevalent In warm climates.
Is a cathartic, and a valuable remedy for Rheumatism,
Derangement of the Liver, Diseases of the Skin, and
General Debility. Its effects aro most salutary in Lung
Diseases. It is an almost SCHE ctmx for Scrofula, and
the most aggravated forms of Dyspepsia. As a PBEVZH
TTVE AND ctTBE for all Bilious Derangements, lt stands
Is a tonic and diuretic ol a highly beneficial character, i
and ls a POSITIVE EXJ?EDY for Diabetes, Gravel Calculus,
Irritation and Inflammation of the Kidneys and Bladder,
and has most singularly active affects in restoring these
organa when debilitated by long disease. Females who
have suffered for years from irregularity, and the dla
tressing diseases known only to their sex, have been
entirely cured by the faithful and judicious use of CO?
These waters arc bottled f rpsh and pure, from each of
the above-named Springs, in so careful and Becure a
manner that they preserve all their medicinal value foi
years, and will be found equally efficacious when drank
thousands of miles distan!; as when taken directly from
Beware of Imitations and inferior Waters; the corks of
all genuine Congress, Empire and Columbian Water?
are branded on the side of tho cork, thus :
(COKOBEKS WATEB, 1 I EMPIRE Wirra, 1
\ CAE. S. Co. I (CAE. LO. j
( COLUMBIAN WATEB, )
j C. & E. S. Co. )
Packed safoly and seenroly, In boxes suitable for ship?
ment to any part of the world. Congress and Empire
Waters in boxoB, containing 4 Dozen Pints, or 2 Dozes
Quart Bottles each. Columbian Water In boxes contain?
ing 4, or C Dozen Half Pinta, or 4 Dozen Pint Bottles
Sold by all Druggists, Hotels, Wine Merchants, and
Sold only at Wholesale by
HOTuHKISS SONS, Prop'rs,,
No. 92 Beekman-street, N. 7.
49" Orders by mail receive prompt attention.
March li thatoSmo.
AND SICKNESS PREVENTED BY USING THE CELE
AMONG WHICH ABE
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOUCON,
Which will Infallibly, positively, Invariably cure aO
those torturing, perplexing, and debilitating symptomi
commonly known ai FEMALE DISEASE, WEAKNESS,
IRREGULARITIES, etc, which weary and render un?
happy so m ?ny women between tho ages of 15 and 60,
for which the medical profession seeks in vain fora
remedy, and from which wealth, position, delicacy, and
refinement afford no exemption.
Read the following:
LAFAYETTE, KT.. June 91, 1890.
I am a graduate of the regular Medical Co liege a. Eight?
een months ago I had aoven c?sea of severo female dis?
ease which I had entirely failed to cure. One lady had
constant hysterics; one had every sympion of epileptic
convulsion* consequent upon deranged menstruation;
others had whites, lolling, irregularities, and all the se?
vere symptoms of continued uterine derangement.
Having my attention called to MARSHALL'S UTERINA
CATHOLICON, I used it, and it cured every cate. Then
has not boen a single failure in its operation.
C. J. NOBTHINGTON, M D.
jg-See that the seal of the Groefenbcrg Company ia
on every buttle.~5ft
THE GRAEraNBEBG~VEGETABLE PILLS
Are the bent in the world for family nse, and for Indi?
gestion - Constipation - Headache- Nervousness-Bil
iousnecs -Heartburn - Acidity- Nausea- Flatulence
Want of Appetite-Dyspepsia-Liver Complaint-Gro?
On account ot their great mildness, and from the fact
that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave the bowels in a
constipated condition, the Graefenberg Pills wUl be
found more pleasant than any others.
i?-Price 25 cents per box. On tba receipt of one dol?
lar four boxes will be sent by m ul, free of postage, to
any part of the country. ,
DYSENTERY 8YBU?.-Prloe 50 cents.
Infallible in all ernes of bowel complaints, and a cer?
tain core lor ASIATIC CHOLERA.
GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT.-Price 95 cents.
O-For Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Old Sores, Chilblains,
Chapped Skin, Cold Sores, and wherever there la In?
flammation. It acts Uko magic.-^jf.
JH-Thc Ointment is guaranteed as the bett applica?
tion In the world for the above. It acts more quickly
and certainly than any other ever offered to the public
CHILDREN'S PANACEA_50 cents.
EVE LOTION.-25 cents.
HEALTH BITTEB8.-25 cents.
FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY-80 cents.
MANUAL OF HEALTH.-JU cents. A complete Fatal,
ly Physician. Sent by mall on receipt of 26 cents,
THE GRAEFENBERG FAMILY MEDICINES are pre?
pared under the immediate supervision of i SKILFUL
PHYSICIAN, and they may be relied upon h all cases,
JSrTHEY ARE PURELY VEGETAD Li "S?
49*Xbey have been the leading Americai Rem edi ea
for 20 years. _
Sold, wholesale and retail, by THE G RA IFENBERG
COMPANY, No. 139 William street, New ttrk, and by
the trade generally.
JOT The trade supplied on liberal terms, oy
KING- & CASSIEEY,
March 17 stuthSmos CHARLEfTON. 8.0.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public that ho hus roturuod to the ciy, and roBuru
ed his old business. Liberal advances mide on all con?
signment*. C. D OWENS,
East Bav-stroct, in tho rear of Oil Postofllco.
March 7 wfml2
March 2 _Ia10
CORNER OF FO IfOmBEXTB AND -F. STRSET&,
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
C. WILLARD, Proprietor.
FOB MANY YEARS PROPRIETOR OF THE HYGEXi
HOTEL. Old Point, Va.
February 5 3mc?
WILLIS & GHISOLM,
FACTORS, 105D?ISSION MERCHANTS,
"TJfTTXL ATTEKT) TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
Tr SHIPMENT (to Foreign end Domeaao Porte) ol
OO?TON, BICE, LUMBER end NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
STYLES & CARTER,
'PING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
Rb? 19 VANDERHORBT'S WHARF,
??- CHARLESTON, B. 0.
L. C. STYLES.F. CARTE R
AECEIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Suping and Commission MercMs,
Sos. 126 AND 128 MEETING-STBEET
Nos. t>3 and SS HASEL-STHEET,
CHARLESTON, S. C
1. Getty.E. A. Souder.S. T. Bouder.
CHARLES BEL LOIS & CO.
General Commission Merchants
DEALERS IN PROVISIONS.
No. lao EAST BAY,
OFFEE FOB BALE AT LOW FIGUBE8:
HAMS, SIDES, SHOULDERS, STRIPS.
Floor, Butter, Cheese, Lord, Soap.
Starch, Candles, Ac, Ac
January 33_ 8mo
EDWARD N. THURSTON,
TOBMEBLX.BOBEBTSON, BLACKLOCK & 00.
IF A. CTOR
. COMMISSION MERCHANT.
70ENEB VANDERHORST WHARF AND EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
P. B. Trout.Oliver Amsbury
TROUT Se A TVTSBTJR'g',
General Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PARI8, LATHS, HALB
and Shingles, Lamber and Timber, Hay and Grain
Northwest corner of
November-!-' Cmo East Bay ?a?jal|Bjfret?treeet.
COMMISSION AND GROCERY
NO. Vt BROADWAY, NEW TOBE.
INTO 1 OS EAST BAY
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Batter, Cheese and Provisions.
49? Liberal advances made en consignments.
GILLIAM B. HERIOT * CO
No. 249 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS AND ALLOW LNTEBEST
DEAL IN FOBEIGN AND DOMESTIO EZ
MAKE COLLECTIONS AND PROMPT BE
Referencca In New Torin
Messrs. DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO.
Mesara. HENRY CLEWS A 00.
RICHARD LATHERS, Esq., President Great Wetten
B, J. HOWLAND, Esq., No. 80 Wali-etreet.
GEORGE T. HOPE, Esq., President Oontineotal Ina?,
noe Company. October 30
WILBUR & SON,
SENT.RAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND BALES BOOMS,
Vos. 13 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 and
OHART.-RSTON, S. C.
PRICE, HINE * TUPPER,
SENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS'
ero. iee COMMON-STREET,
NEW ORLEANS, LA. J
riHis a. rmi os. ..T. D. Bxra....TU&raAat mm, JX,
March 7 Imo
E. B. STODDARD & CO..
WHOLESAIX jatuuM cf
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
No. 165 Meeting-Street
CHARLESTON, 8, 0.
TAKE PLEA3DRE IN ANNOUNCING THEIR Blt
SUMPTION of business, and invite the attontiot
?ii purchasers to their 8 too fe. which ls now complete.
BREWSTER & SPRATT,
Attornejs at Law and Solicitors In Equity,
OFFICE NO. 98 BROAD-STREET,
J. E. BURKE,
^A-ttornev at Law
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
No. 98 Broad street,
CHARLESTON. 8. O
jannary _ ?mr
PUTTY UP jJUTTY UP !
N. M. GILBBETH,
No. 101 Market-street,
BOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP IBTIST,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS OBDEBS JfBOM HI.
old and row customers.
GLAZING promptly attended to, PUTTY lor mle,
MERCHANTS* AMD PLANTERS' ORDERS FOB
aU Jetada of MERCHANDISE, GUANO, Ac, Aa.
attended to with promptness and dispatch.
Produce received and sold.
Charleston-Jennings, Thomlinson A Co., Hayne-st.
Country-Any of the old Interior Merchant?.
Office with PIERSON A CO., Wholesale Dealers In
Clothing, No. 2d Bayne-street Imo March 1*
HOWE? DOUCIN & CO.,
Ship Chandlers & Grocers,
0. HOWE, Ja., )
P. M DODOLN, J Mo. 131 East Bay.
E. 0. HOWE, )
C. & E. HOWE,
Si 0?H0WE, ? Wo* 71 Broadway, New York.
Oonalgnmeuta solicited. Prompt attention given tc
sales of merchandise. Produce purchased on commis
?lon, and LLB EBAL ADVANCES MADE.
January 80_8m os
PEBBYCLEAB ft HAISEYT
Factors aud Commission Merchants,
FOB THE SALE OF
TIMBER AND LUMBER'
OFFICE FOOT OF MONTAGUE-STREET.
March 8 Imo
GEO. E, PRITCHETT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON S. C.
Maroh9_: _ 6moa?
JOHN G. MLNOB & CO.,
lS"o. 135 Meeting-street.
Charleston, S. C.,
yyULL RESUME THEIR OLD BUSINESS, ABD
would solicit consignments of MERCHANDISE o f all ?
scriptum?, either for I-ubllo or Private Sale.
Jkjr Particular attention paid to aU out-door salea?
January 80 8m ot
T. SAVAGE HEYWABD& SONS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 241 Broad-street, Augusta,
WILL SELL AT
PARTICULAS ATTENTION PAID TO CONSIGN?
MENTS. We hold oaraelves strictly responsible
for HU goods for which we have acknowledged the re?
ceipts, and will render np salea aa aneedUy as possible.
Gooes not lnBored unless Instructed to do so.
March 9 _ 8moc
C E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
4GENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OJ
BEAL Eb PATE in any of the Southern States.
-SO AGENT FOB THE SALE, BEN TIN J, RH
PAIRING, ka. Oh CITY PHOPEUTT Augu? 2?
1?ST?N, ANDRUS & CO.,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
B. A. KARLY, \ I J. F. EARLY,
Darlington C H.. a 0. ) I Charleston, & 8.
B. A. ft J. F. EARLY,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
NORTHWEST CORNER OE EAST BAT AND MAR?
KET STREETS Charleston S. C., and eppodto
Court House, Darlington, S. 9.. WUl attend to the pw
chase, sale and shipment of COTTON, NAVAL STORES
tad MERCHANDISE generally. Orden and ?matan
menta solicited. _gmo*_ Jan nary ll
BALTIMORE E1TET ANO SPIKE WORKS,
R. W. TYSON & CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland,
HOOK-HEAD RAILROAD SPIKES, BOILER BTV
ETS, BOAT SPIKES, Ac.
For farther information, apply to
BRUNS k BEE, Agents,
Ho. 84 East Bay, Charleston, S. 0.
A. S. HULL, Agent,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT THE WELL KNOWS
Shirt Emporium and Furnishing Establishment a
B. M. Welch, corner of Meeting and Market-etree?
There a foil line of all articles can be had for
R. Iff. WELCH
'Vin give special attontlon to the
JOHN T. FLYNN,
Many years connected with the well knows noose a
Charles D. Carr & Co., wlU superintend the
Where he will be happy to see eli' old friends and es
tornera. lyr November 1
TIIK SUBSCRIBE HS HAVE MADE AR?
RANGEMENTS with Mr. J. 8. PHILLIPS, to con
tinne the DRAPER and TAILORING business at theil
old stand, No. 32 BBOAD-STREET, In all Its branches
te formerly conducted by them, and solicit for him fron
their former patrons and friends, the same liberal pat
ronage so generously extended to themselves,
January ??0 EDGERTON A RICHARDS.
J. S. PH?LLIPS,
DRAPER A DTD TAILOR,
SUCCESSOR TO EDGERTON A RICHARDS,
NO. 3*4 ?H?AD-STREF.T.
KEEPS CONST.' NTL Y ON HAND A FULL A880BI
MENT rf hi Pt grades of French, English, an? |
American Clothe, Cussimeres, and Vestings, which wU. ]
be soi l by the yard or m .de to order ia the lateet fsab
lon. Smo January M |
ENGLISH AND FRENCH
ONE MILLION DOLLARS WORTH
WATCHES AND CHAINS,
&c, &c, &c,
All to be sold for
ONE DOLLAR EACH.
ARRANDALE k CO., MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS,
No. 167 Broadway, beg to announce to the people?
of Charleston, that they have opened the Urge store, No.
254 King-street, (In the Bend) as a Branch Establishment,
or the sale of the following splendid list of articles, all
0 be sold at One Dollar each :
800 Musical Boxes..$30 to $160 each
160 Musical Boxea with Bells and
Oaatinets. 200 to 600 each,
600 Silver Teapots and Coffee Urna.. 30 to 60 each)
600 Sliver Chafing Dishes.i 30 to 100 each
1000 Silver Ice Pitchers_. 20 to COeaca
2600 Silver Syrup Cups with Salvors.. 20 to 60 each]
6000 Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups. 6 to 60 each]
8000 Silver Castors. 16 to 60 each)
3000 Silver Fruit, Card and Cake Bas?
kets. 20 to eOeacb
6000 dozen Silver Tea Spoons. 10 to 20 doa?
10,000 dozen Table Spoons and Forks... 20 to 40 doa,
360 Gents' Gold Hunting-Case Watch*
ea. 60 to 160 eaclt
260 Ladles' Gold and Enameled
Hunting-Case Watches. 86 to 70
SOO Gents' Hunting-Case Silver
Watches. 86 to 70
200 Diamond Rings. 60 to 100
6000 Gold Yest and Neck Chains. ? to 80
8000 Gold Oval Band Bracelets. 4 to 8
6000 Jet and Gold Bracelets.. 6 to 10
2000 Ch?telaine and Guard Chains_ 6 to 20
7000 Solitaire and Gold Brooches. 4 to 10
6000 Coral, Opal and Emerald Brooches 4 to 8
6000 Mosaic, Jet, Lava and Florentine
Ear Drops. 4 to 8
7600 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear
Drops. 4 to 8
4000 California Diamond Breast Pins.. 3.60 to 10
8000 Gold Fob and Vest Watch Keya.. 2.60 to 8
4000 Fob and Vt st Ribbon Slides. 3 to 10
6000 Sets Solitaire Sleove Buttons,
Studs, &o. 8 to 8
3000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils, Ac. 4 to 8
10,000 Miniature Lockets.2.60 to 10
4000 Miniature Lockets, Magic Spring. 10 to 30
3000 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac.... 2 to 8
6000 Plain Gold Bings.. 4 to 10
6000 Chased Gold Binga... ?to ll
10,000 Stone Set and 8ignet Rings.2.60 to 10
10,000 California Diamond Rings.. 2 to 10
7600 Set? Ladles' Jewelry-Jet, Gold.. 8 to 18
6000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry-Cameo,
Pearl, Opal and other Stonea..... 4 to 18
10,000 Gold Pens, Silver Extension Hold?
ers and Pencils. 4 to 18
10.000 Gold Pens and Gold Mounted
Holders. 6 to 10
6000 Gold Pena and Gold Extension
Holders. 16 to 28 J
OOM Ladies' Gilt and Jet Buckles. 6 to 18 1
Photograph Albums. Sewing Machines, etc. etc
ABBANDALE A CO.,
No. 167 Broadway, New Fork,
And 254 King-street, Charleston.
Announce that all the above list of goods wlh be sold
FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH.
In consequence of the great stagnation of trade ia
manufacturing districts of England, through the wa?
haring cut off the supply of cotton, a large quantity of
valuable Jewelry, originally intended for the English
market, was sent off for sale in this country, and MUST
BE SOLD AT ANT SACRIFICE 1 Under these cireunv
stances, ABBAND ALE A CO., acting as Agents for tbs)
principal European manufacturers, resolved upon a
?BEAT GIFT APPORTIONMENT,
to ba divided according to the following regulations :
Certificates of tue varions articles are put into ea?
?elopes indiscriminately, sealed up, and when ordered,
ire taken out without regard to choice, and sent by
mall thus showing no favoritism. Oa receipt of tba
certificate, you will see what yon are to have, and theo
lt ls et your option to send the doUar or not. Purchasers
may thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Bing, or any
set of Jewelry on our list for One Doll "r.
The following are a few of the Prizes just drawn ; tho
sanction of the parties being previously obtained, aa wo
publish no names without such sanctions. Wer? lt not
for this restriction the hst would be longer,
Mrs. A. E. WEBSTER, Pierpont Manor, Jeff. Co. N.
Y., one Hunting-Case Watch, value $40. F. P. BROWN,
Geneaee Co., Ill, one Hunting-Case Gold Watch, raino
$100. WM. T. COOK, Connersvillo, Fayette Co., ona
Gold Hunting-Case Watch, valu y $60. DANIEL CLARK,
Blchmond, Sagadohook Co., Me., one rich Revolving
Castor, value $40. The Bight Bev. F. LAB LA?O,
Bishop's Palace, Montreal, one Musical Box, value $260.
Senor DUBOIS, IC Calle de la Palma, Mexico, ona
Lady's Enamelled Hunting Watch, value $70. ROBERT
B. lu BEATON, Greeneburg. Pa., one Silver Cake
Basket, value $30. CHARLES THOMPSON, United
States Narai Hospital, Brooklyn, New. Fork, ona
Musical Box, value $160. LENOB MAXINE, 23 Calle da
la Palma, Mexico, one Diamond Cluster'Bing, Taloa
8100. H. D. GILL MEN, Columbia, Boone Co., Mo., ona
Gold Hunting Watch, value $100. Ber. A. BURNET,
D. D., Massin College, Terrebonne, Canada East, ona
Hunting-Case Watch, value $40. EDNY K. HUNTER,
Reef!old Corner, Me., one Gold Hunting-Case Watch,
value $60. GEORGE JONES, Harlem, N. F., on?
Musical Box, value $600. H. S. SCHELL, ea Fulton
street, Now York City, one Cluster Diamond Bing, value
$101. B. L. SNEYEBS, Big Run, Jeff. Co., one Gold
Hurtlng-Case Wateh, value, $75. IRA C. CALKINS,
Brush Creek, Fayette Co., Indiana, one Syrup Cup, wita
Salver, value $40
WHAT THE PBESS SAY OF US,
By thia arrangement the advantages must surely ba
on the side of the customer, for he has everything to
gain and nothing, comparatively, to loee. He know?
what be will get for his dollar beforehand, and he need
not send it if he is not satisfied. AB orders addressed
to Arrandale A Co., No. 167 Broadway, New York, win
be promptly attended to.-N. Y. Daily Nowa, August 8,
The Lafayette (Ind.) Dally Courier, March, 1866, aayat
" A better selected, more varied or fashionable assort?
ment of jewelry cannot be found on the continent UMBI
Arrandale k Co. are now offering. Messrs. Arrandale
k Co. occupy a high position in commercial circles, aa
men entirely above the common trickery of trade.
Their statements may be implicitly relied on, both as to
the character of their gooda and the manner of the dis?
posai, ladies, especially, in ail parts of the country ara
realizing handsome profits aa agents, and If any of our
fair readers desire to interest themselves In it, they maj;
do so with perfeot confidence."
GREAT GUT DISTRIBUTION.-A rare opportunity is of?
fered for obtaining watches, chains, diamond rings, eil?
yer ware, etc., by Messrs. Arrandale A Co., at No. 181
Broadway. They have an Immense stock of articles,
varying in value, and are all offered atone dollar each.
The distribution ls very fairly done-you agree to takes
certificate of a certain article enclosed in an envelope,
and are not required to pay your dollar unless you are
satisfied with the article, which will certainly be worth
more than that amount, and may bo $50 or $100. Aa
exceUent modo lb io orin vesting a dollar. -Sunday Times:
N. Y. City, Feb. 19,1863. b ' ^
Messrs. Arrandale k Co. have long been personally
known to us, and we bell evo them to be every way ??"<?.
thy of public confidence.-N. Y. Scottish Amer. Jot 'tai.
June ll, 1864.
We nave inspected, at the office of Arrandale k C JS.
Agency, for European Manufacturing Jewellers, ala.??
assortment of fashionable and valuable jewelry of the
newest patterns. We also noticed a large quantity of
silver plato, and understand that the whole of these
newly Imported articles are to bo disposed of on a novel
principle, giving great advantages to buyers, and af?
fording extensive employment to agents. Wo know the
firm in quettlou to be respectable and thoroughly wor?
thy of public confidence, and recommend our 1 rienda
to read their advertisement- N. Y. Albion. September
EMPLOYMENT FOE LADIES.-The most eligible profit
able employment we have heard of for ladies, is thesala
of certificates for tho Great Gift Distribution of Arran?
dale k Co. A Indy of our acquaintance has been very
successful In this way, not only in filling her own purse
but also in doing a good turn to those to whom ehe sold
the certificates, as will be seen by our advertising col?
umns. Gentlemen can also be thus engaged.-N. Y.
Sunday Mercury, August 14, 1865.
The British Whig, of Kingston, C. W., says, Novembst
26, 1864: "One of our lady subscribers became aa
agent for Arrandale A Co., and by request brought soma
twenty articles sent aa prizes for her agency, to this
office for inspection, and, without hesitation, we caa
state that each and all of tho articles were worth treble
the amount of the recipients, and some of them Bis
We have some very pretty specimens of Table and
Teaspoons, Gold Watches, Ladies' Chains, Pins, Brace?
lets, etc., which have been sent by Arrandale A Co. to
thia place for $1 each-Angelica Boporter, N. Y. State,
AGENTS.-We want agents In every regiment, and in
every town and county in the country, and these acting
as such will be allowed 10 cents on every certificate
ordered by them, provided their remittance amounts *?
one dollar, also other inducements which can be learaso
on application. Agente will collect 25 cents for "verF
Certificate, and remit 15 cents to us, elthor in ?*** ?*
ABBANDALE * CO.,
No. 167 Broadway. New York,
And iii King-street. Chirleaieu,
Stbrnary U ftut*