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Thc Lost Child.
The following exquisitely simple verses,
from the pen of an "unknown," will touch the
heart of every rather and mother :
Thc chill November day was done,
The working world hoine-faring;
The wind came roaring through the streets,
And set the gas lights Haring;
And hopelessly and aimlessly
The seared old leaves were flying:
When, mingled with the soughing wind,
1 heard a small voice crying.
And shivering on the corner stood
A child or four and over.
No cloak nor hat . her small, sort arms,
And wind-blown curls to cover.
Her dimpled race was stained with tears,
Her round blue eyes rau over;
She cherished in her wee. cold hand,
A bunch or raded clover.
And one hand round her treasure, while
She slipped in mine the other;
E.'ir-scared, half-confidential, said.
..Oh ! please, 1 want my mother."
"Tell me your street and number, ret;
Don't erv, I'll take you to it."
Sobbing, she answered. "I forget:
The organ made me do lt.
"He came and played at Milly's steps;
The monkey took the money.
And so I followed down the street,
The monkey was so runny.
I've walked about a hundred hours,
From one street to another;
The monkey'6 gone, I've spoiled my flowers
0 ! please, I want my mother."
"But what's your mother's name, and what
The street? now think a minute."
"Mv mother's name is mamma, dear
The street-I can't begin it."
"But what ls strange about the house.
Or new, not like the others?''
"I guess you mean my trundle bed- v
Mine and my little brotuer's."
"Oh, dear ! I ought to be at home,
To help him say his prayers;
He's such a baby, he rorgets,
And we arc both such j layers;
And there's a bar betweei. to keep
From pitching on each o:her,
For Harry rolls when lie's asleep;
Oh, dear ! 1 want my mother."
The sky grew stormy; peop'e passed,
All muffled, homeward Taring;
M You'll have to spend^he night with me,"
1 said, at last, despairing.
1 tied a 'kerchief round her neck
" What ribbon's this, my blossom?"
"Why. don't you know?" she, srailmg, asked,
And drew it from her bosom.
A card, with number, street and name,
My eres astonished met lt;
"For," sale 'he lit tl ? one, "you see
I might some time forget it;
And so I wear the lit : le thing
That tells you all about lt;
For mother says she's very sure
I would get lost without lt." .
> OVR LAMB-LIKE PRESIDENT.
The Saturday Review oin Grant's Polit?
The Saturday Review devotes a long leading
article to the discussion of the message of
President Grant, whose popularity "will per?
haps be enhanced by Iiis obvious unacquain
tance with the simplest rudiments of political
economy," and Its remarks upon thc politico
economical paragraphs of the message are par?
ticularly weil worth reading. It says :
To less unsophisticated communities it seems
strange that the head ol' a powerful govern?
ment should think it necessary to introduce an
Irrelevant profession of sympathy with all
rebels and insurgents in foreign countries by
a recital that "the United States is thc first ol'
all nations;" but if Congress and thc American
people are pleased with thc appeal to national
vanity, a dignitary who is evidently not dis?
tinguished by originality of thought, may per?
haps be expected to adapt his language to the
taste of his hearers, lt is perfectly true that
the United States will soon be the wealthiest
aud most powerful nation in thc world, and
mat it can consequently alford to make
blunders in more important things than good
taste. There is at present much commercial
stagnation and uncertainty, but the laud and
the population, the mines and the rivers, re?
main to be enumerated in the President's gran?
diloquent exordium. If he had been a more
accomplished politician he would have con?
tented Iii m self with exulting in the crops, the
acreage, and the other undoubted advantages
o? which America is habitually proud. The
taxation of the mass of the people for the exclu?
sive benefit of a few sel fish producers is not a
gi? of Nature dr Fortune, but a perverse lim?
itation of natural prosj>erity. It seems that
.'manufactures, hitherto unknown in our coun?
try, are springing up in all directions, produc?
ing a degree ol national Independence une?
qualled by that of any other power." General
Grant is evidently as little acquainted with thc
reasons for freedom of trade as with the prin?
ciples ol' international law. if American citi?
zens unanimously impose on themselves a
self-denying ordinance restricting them to the
usc of native commodities, they have an un?
doubted right to the chimerical blessing of
comracrclallndependence; but when the iron
workers and cotton spinners^ contrive to cn
Torce thc usc of bad .*? ?oar wares, thc pro?
gress of manufactures only Indicates the prev?
alence of a policy of waste and injustice. It
is more surprising that General Grant should be
unaware ol thc growth of the free trade party
than that he should misunderstand thc ten?
dency of protective duties.
The Western Stales are learning that Massa?
chusetts and Pennsylvania have contrived to
exact from them a heavy tribute, for which,
as long as agricultural produce requires no
protection, it Ts impossible to offer an equiva?
lent. The economists of New York, and even
of New England, begin to gain a hearing for
their lucid exposure of the absurdities which
Impose ou the innocence of General Grant.
Above all, it is found that the i>arties to the con?
spiracy of protection are unavoidably plunder?
ing one another in tlieir attempts to rob the gen?
eral consumer. The protected manufacturers
object to the artificial price of coal and raw
material, and thc shipbuilders and shipowners
declare their inability to compete with their
English rivals, as long as wood and iron and
hemp arc raised by erroneous legislation to
artificial prices. Their remonstrances have
attracted the attention of the government,
which proposes to relieve them by un aggra?
vation of the error and injustice from which
they are suffering. The promise of the Presi?
dent that measures shall bc proposed to Con?
gress for the relief of American shipping is re?
deemed or explained by a passage m. the
appended report ot the Secretary of the
Treasury. As General Graut holds that no
American citizen would profit by free inter?
course with Canada, it follows that he hus no
desire to supply shipbuilders with cheap tim?
ber or iron. Mr. Bontwell proposes, not to
take the hand of the native iron master out of
thc pocket of the shipowner, but to enable him
in his turn to plunder the American merchant.
His remedy for the existing depression is a
stringent navigation law, by which American
traders would be prohibited from using foreign
vessels. As the Secretary of thc Treasury ar?
gues with inconceivable puerility, the freight
paid to aiTEngllsh shipowner might, as a re?
sult of the proposed legislation, be transferred
to an American competitor, with the result
of adding the wholo amount to the national
wealth. It never occurs to him to inquire
why thc New York shipper at present prefers
a foreign vessel, lt woidd be incomparably
cheaper to subsidize American vessels by a
grant of money equal to the profits which they
are to earn at the expense of freighters, than
to tax all thc exports of thc country for the ben?
efit of native shipowners. The people of the
United States have much reason to regret the
legal technicality which prevented Mr. Stewart
from accepting the office of Secretary of the
Treasury. A great merchant would assuredly
not have attempted to regenerate the com?
mercial marine by imposing a. heavy tax on all
thc foreign trade of the country.
PRINCE PIERR E BONAPARTE.
Prince Pierre Napoleon Bonaparte, whose
?lame figures so prominently in connection
with the quarrel arising out of uti article in the
Marsellaise," has had an adventurous career,
?nd, unlike his elder brother, Lucien, has
chiefly followed military pursuits.
He ls the third son of Lucien, brother of Na?
poleon I, and was born at Rome in 1615. In
183'.' he came lo this country to join his uncle.
Joseph, formerly King of Spain. He next
proceeded to Columbia and joined the anny ol'
Santander, by whom he was placed In com?
mand of a squadron. Soon ador he returned
to Italy, where he was regarded with disfavor
by mc*Pupal Government, which in 163C inti?
mated to him thar he should leave the Papa!
Slates. Surrounded by a troop of mount?
ed police, he wounded two and kill?
ed their chief; he received, however,
two wounds in the encounter, and had
to surrender. After a rather long detention at
Fon Saint Angelo, in Borne, he returned to
his country. He next went, to England, and
ilieuce to the Island of Corfu. During an ex
cursion io Albania, he had a quarrel with the
Pullikarcs, and sustained almost unaided a
deadly comba!. The Enirlish Government
harina induced him to leave the Italian and
Greek coast*, he left for London, after vainly
offering his services to France and to lie
hemet Ali, thc Viceroy of Egypt. In 1848, on
hearing 1 lie news of the revolution, he has?
tened to Paris, recalled to the public the life
and opinions ol'his father, who had always en?
tertained Republican principle?, and obtained
a military appointment. He was elected in
Corsica to the Constituent Assembly, and was
placed on the Committee on Wt . He usually
voted with the extreme Left, ana against hav?
ing two Chambers; tor thc right to labor; pro?
gressive taxation; amnesty for tho transported
prisoners; and in favor ol' thc entire Republi?
can constitution. <~>n many occasions he testi?
fied to the sentiments of his cousin. Louis Na?
poleon. After thc election of December 10, he
continued to sit with the Mountain *wty, and
disapproved of the expedition to Rome. Thc
Democrats received a consistent support from
him, except in relation to personal matters of
the President. Re-elected for Corsica. ' e act?
ed as one of the most ardent ad vc.?lies of
reaction. The anger of the Right was oltcn
excited by his Democratic ardor.
M. Pierre Bonaparte also energetically de?
nied that any projects were entertained res?
pecting a conj) (T?tat, ?n rather unparliamenta?
ry language. He showed thc same intractable
disposition in his military conduct. In 1849,
he left for Algeria, where he assisted at the
first operations of the siege of Zaachata, and
then, before thc assault, and without permis?
sion, he returned to France. The minister ol
war deprived him of his military rank, and this
measure, which was followed by a duel between
M. Pien e Bonaparte and a journalist of thc ex?
treme Right, received the express approbation
of Ute Assembly.
The cou?) d'etat having placed in an awk?
ward position the members of thc Bonaparte
family, wno had pronounced in favor of the
maintenance of thc constitution, M. Pierre
Bonaparte iel i roil to private life. At thc re?
establishment of thc Empire he received, with
lils brothers, thc title of prince, but without
being any longer one of thc imperial family.
Ho does not much frequent thc Court of the
Tuileries, lives sometimes in Corsica, to gratify
his taste for hunting, and at other times at a
^country house at Auteuil. He devotes part ot
his leisure to literary pursuits, and translated
Niccollni's tragedy bf "Nabuchodonosor" into
NEW HAVES, Coxs-Per sehr James Young
175.000 feet pitch pine lumber.
NEW YOKK-Per It BaWalkcr-Inward cargo
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus
417 bales cotton, 7? bales yarn, shirting and do?
mestic?. 2 bales waste. 200 bbls naval stores, 41
tierces rice, 142 empty barrels, 12 casks clay, aud
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-505 bales
cotton, 42 tierces rice, 57 casks clay, 16 bales rags,
16 bales hides, 30 bales domestics, 117 packages
fruit, roots, Ac.
WILMINGTON, N C-Per sehr Emma-22 casks
rlit Charleston Cotton, Klee and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
FRIDAY EVENING, January 14,1870. j
COTTON.-This article presented no new feature,
the inquiry being limited and stock light; sales
near 300 bales, viz: 16 at 22??; 12 at 22ft; 20 at 2.".;
7 at 23>?; 19at23J?; 31 at 23J?; 5 at 24,'a'; 96 at
24.'?.; 15 at 24?,'c. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.'??XQ'Uii?
RICE.-There was a moderate inquiry for this
grain at steady rates. Sales about 120 tierces of
clean Carolina, say 15 tes. at 5?.?; 7S at 6 1-16: Se?
at 0 316c fy lb. Wc quote common to fair clean
Carolina at 5,';@0110; good r.'4c fy lb.
NAVAL STORES.-There were no transactions in
FREIGHTS-Are somewhat dull. To Liverpool,
by steam, engagements ure making at ?rd ?
tb on uplands and l,'4'd on sea islands: by
sall, 6-l?B?id fy Itt on upland?, and Sid ?? lb
on sea islands. To Havre, by steam, nomi?
nal; by sail, nominal ut y,c on upland."
and l%c on sea Islands. Coastwise to
New York, by steam, J?'c fy lb on uplands
and lc on sea islands; by sail, %c fy ib on up?
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sall, &
QKcfy ra on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam.
>ic fy lb on uplands; by sail, somewhat nom?
inal. To baltimore, by steam, >?@??c fy lb on
uplands; by sail somewhat nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling co days bills 1303?.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The bauks purchase
sight checks at od and sell at par; outside,
they purchase at otr, and sell at >/i(S,U off.
Money very stringent at lu per cent, per mouth.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, January 14 - Noon. - Consols 92?a'.
Bonds 87. Sugar firmer.
PARIS, January 14.-Bourse open?? au]]. Rentes
HAVRE, January 14.-Cotton opened quiet, if
LivEurooL, January 14-Noon-Cotton quiet ; up?
lands 11','d; Orleans ll&d;sales 10,000 bales;salcs
for the week 64,000 bales; for export and specula?
tion 18,000 bales; stock on hand 363,000 bales, of
which 114,000 bales are American, receipts for the
week 67,000 bales, of which 44,060 bales were Ameri?
can; stock afloat 267,000 bales, of which 171,000
bales are American. Red Western wheat 7s 9du7s
10d;.rcd winter wheat 8s Od. Flour 21s. Corn 27s Pd.
Lard 69s. Tallow 44s.
Evening.-Cotton firm; uplandslli:c; Orleans
lU?c; sales 12,008; for export anu speculation
2000. Turpentine 2Ss Od.
NEW YORK, January 14-Noon.-Stocks steady.
Money 7 per cent. Sterling, long 8%; short 9.'4'.
Gold 212?'. Sixty-two's, coupons, 15&; Tenncssc,
ex-coupons, 53>?; new 48%; Virginia, ex-coupons,
53; new 60; Louisiana, old 69 >i; Levees, sixes
MA?; eights 80; Alabama eights 93; fives 63:
Georgia sixes 80; sevens 89 >i; North Carolina, old
40; new 22?f; South Carolina, old 79, new 75. Cottou
steady, middling uplands 2>% cents. Turpentine
quiet at 45a46# cents. Rosin firm ?215a2 20 for
strained. Pork quiet $27 25a27 50 for mess. Lard
dull 16?.al6*. cents. Freights firm.
Evening.-Money steadily growing easier and
E apply very large at 6a7, with exceptions at lower
rates. Sterling improved al 8Ka8&- Gold strong
at 21J?. Governments steady. Great activity
and excitement in North Carolina special tax
bonds; North Carolinas 40; new 23>?. Cotton
steady; sales 3000 bales. Flour heavy; superfine
$5 50; common to fair extra Southern $5 35a5 90.
Tar 15c lower. Turpentine lower. Wheat heavy;
winter red and amber Western ?1 23jial 25;s'.
Corn heavy and declining; new extra mixed Wes?
tern soassc : old $104a: Ol,1 c. Pork firmer at $27 25
a27 75. Lard firmer at I7l4'al7??. Whiskey OOj-c
a$lM- Rice quiet; Carolina OjtftfXc. Naval
Stores quiet. Freights very firm.
BALTIMOKB, January 14.-Cotton offerings light
at 25c. Flour dnll and unchanged. Wheat dull, ex?
cept for choice. Corn firm. Oats steady. Rice firm;
Pork quiet at $2t> 50a30 50. Shoulders 13?<al4:
CINCINNATI. January 14.-Corn quiet. Pork
dull, held at $26 75. Shoulders lJ-tfc; sides 15,'.?c.
lard firm: "-ettie 16j?c.
WILMINGTON, January 14.-Spirits turpentine
quiet but steady at 40c. Rosin steady, at $1 50
for strained. Crude turpentine steady at $1 65a
2 SO. Tar unchanged. Cotton 2rja23Jic.
A ru usT A, January 14.-Market active and firm?
er; sales 628 bales; receipts 750 ba'es. Sales of
Ure week 3054 bales; receipts C8I4 bales. Mock
SAVANNAH, Jatiuary 14.-Receipts 3499 bales:
exports 25B9 bales; sales 550 bales; middlings 24c
MOBILE, January 14.-Receipts of cotton for thc
week 11,347 bales; exports Great Britain 3533;
other foreign ports 795; coastwise 3262; stock
67,630, or which. 14,573 shipboard; sales for the
week 5000; to-day 550; middling dull, 23'.i@24c;
receipts 200S; exports 915..
NEW ORLEANS, January 14.-Cotton buoyant at
24}? ; sales 1100 bales. Gold 21 A?. Sterling 31??.
Sight li discount.
Norfolk C orn Market.
Tim Journal, or Wednesday, the 12th instant,
says: Receipts about 17,500 bushels for the last
row days. Sinai! parcels are wanted to complete
the loading or several vessels nearly Hill, and
prices un he spot are temporarily run up to ssc
New York Rice Market.
The Journal of Commerce, of Wednesday, the
12th, says: The market for domestic is dull and
prices are heavy. There ls an ample supply here
and very little demand. We quote 8j?a7)?c. Ran?
goon ls entirely nominal.
WILMINGTON, January 13.-SrmiTS TCBFEX
TINE.-No sales reported. Last sales at 42c.
ROSIN.-Sales of 240 bois. Strained at fl 4*;i
and 311 do. at $l ?o.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of TH obis at ?2 80
for soft, and SI 65 for hard.
TAR.-Sales of 75 bbls at $1 85 per bbl.
NASHVILLE, January ll.-COTTON.-The re?
ceipts during thc week have been 1385 bales,
agaiust 1865 the corresponding week last year.
The shipments have been 1242 bales against 1533
the corresponding week last year. The sales of
the week foot up 811 bales, and during the same
period last year 2184 changed hands, lt was dur?
ing the present week last year that our market
was In an excited condition, the best grades at
the beginning of the week opening at 24J?c, and
rradually advancing until the close, at which
..me buyers were eager to purchase at 27<4'c, at
which figures holders were firm in their demands.
To-day the market was dull and quiet, closing
as follows: Ordinary 20a21.\i ; good ordinary 22tf;
low middlug 22,'ia22>4'c.
Stock on hand September 1, 1869. none.
Received to-day. 364
Received previously. 20,043-21,307
Shipped to-day. 306
Stock on hand. 3,169
Mil CON, Januarv 12.-COTTON.-Receipts to day
329 lisles; sales 322; shipped 4f>3. Receipts for thc
week ending this evening, the above included,
1702 bales; sales 2040; shipments 2163-showing a
decrease In receipts for thc last week from those
of the week befare of 3fi0 bales; iDcreascof sales
349 bales. The market was steady with a good
demand all the week under review at 23c, up to
Tuesday afternoon, but when the reports from
the New York and Liverpool markets were re?
ceived at that time, announcing a decline aud
dull markets, it dampened thc ardor of linters,
and prices here went off about ??c, since which
time middlings have commanded nothing over
23??c. The market closed very quiet at those
figures this evening.
Stock on hand September 1,1809. 179
Received to-day." 329
Receive 1 previously.62,151-C2.4S0
Shipped this week. 493
Stock on hand this evening. 18,209
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, January 13.-^Sales of cotton to-day
00 bales; middlings 2314c.
GREENVILLE, January ll.-Cotton dull; sales
of the week 89 bales, ranging from I8>i to 22.?C.
ROCK HILL, January io.-Very little cotton
coming in; market steady, with middlings at
SELMA, January 12.-Market easier, with a
light demand; low middlings 23a23%c; sales 80
WINNSBORO1. January 13.-49 bales of cotton
were sold in this market during thc past two
days at 22a22Jic.
ATLANTA. January 12.-The market closed ac?
tive at 22)io for middlings; 22.'4'for low middlings;
21 for good ordinary.
CHESTER. January ll.-Our market has been
very Juli for thc past week; middlings nominally
22-ic; stained 19a20c.
YORKVILLE, January 12.-Very little cotton
orrcrlng. but thc market remains tlrm at the prices
of last week, say 21a22c for middlings.
SUMTER. January 12.-There have been about,
50 bale* sold during the week ending the 12th.
We quote : Mrdinary 21c; good ordinary 21??v.;
low middling 22'4c: middling 22,'4'c; strict mid?
CHARLOTTE, January 10.-The market was
rather quiet during the past week, with very lit?
tle variation. We continue our last week's quo?
tations, say 21,'4a22.!4 for stained, and 23a23.'4c for
COLUXfBUa*Juuuary 12.-Market dull yester?
day; middlings 23Jjic. A lot could not bc bought
for less than 223?& Most sales are good ordinary.
Advices continue unfavorable from New York and
Liverpool. Offerings light. Sales 228 bales; re?
ceipts 308 bales; shipments 271 hales.
Itecclpts by Ituilroatl, January ll.
80FTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
901 bales colton, 24 bales domestics, 3S9 bids
Hour, 50 bbls whiskey, 4 cars wood. 3 cars lumber,
1 car stock. To Railroad .Agent, <; H Walter A co,
Frost A Adgcr, Pelzer. Rodgers A co, Reeder A
Davis, Wagner A co, J It Pringle A Son. O W Wit
hams A co. w K Ryan. Graeser A Smith, Caldwell
.1 Son. W C Dukes A co. Dowling A co. Mowry A
co. FC Mny, A J Salinas, Kirkpatrick A Witte, A
R Mulligan, Goldsmith A Son, Watson A Hill, ll
Bischoff A co, B O'Neill, and Order.
95 bales upland colton, 42 bags sea island cot?
ton, 50 hbli naval stores, mdse, Ac. To G W Wil?
liams A co, W K Byan. Kirkpatrick k Witte, J A
imackenbush. Graeser A Smith, ll Roper, Fropt A
Adgcr. W H Chafec A co, Gibbes k co, W M Bird
A co, S 1) Stoney, Kinsman A Howell, J S Foster,
Gaillard A Minott, Street Bros A co, T G Snowden.
Howard A Bro, W P Dowling, T L Webb. Ravcnel
A co. P Duxford, J A Pritchard, w s Murray, C
Dleckhoif, Caldwell A Son, Brodie A co. S lt Mar?
shall, Claghorn, Herring A co, Pelzer, Rodgers A
co, A J Salinas, J E Adgcr A co, and Railroad
Per steamship James Adgcr, from New York
Gen T Renyon, Judge D A Pepuc. Gen O n nart,
Miss C E Brown, M J Rossman. W Ritchie, Capt
w Wright, TA Hollister, Justice Gale, J M Cran?
dall. Miss E C Stowe, Miss C Martin. Mrs R C Ma?
ther, Miss S Fletcher. A J Chase, J O Teal, Miss
Edna Champlln, W Rawlins, J M Steer, S M Lewis,
and four on deck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown. Ac
J J Pringle, B P Fruser, Dr G B Weston, F Waldo.
Miss Weston. J L Bailev, Gen A M Manigault, C P
Alston, W Newton, RT Huggins, D L Keith. A B
Graham. Miss Hume, I S K Bcnuett, W c John?
stone, Miss Johnstone, J C McKay, 0 R Vaux, J
Mazyck, W Mazyck, Miss McConnell, W J Max?
well, and 35 on deck.
M ARISH NEWS.
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 15.
Steamshin JauiesAdger, Lockwood, New York
left Tuesday, P M. Mdse. To Jas Adger k 00, S C
Railroad Agent, Southern Bxpress Company, J D
Aiken A co, J E Adgcr A co, E Bates A co. Game
ron, Barkley A co, J C Blohme, F C Borner, E T
Brown, TM Bristoll A co, Chapeau k Heffron, J
Commins, Cohen, llanckcl A co, Bowie & Moise,
- Davis. Douglass A Miller, J S Fairly A co, D F
Fleming A co, Foray the, Mccomb k co. Frost k
Adgcr, Granitevlilc Manufacturing Company, u B
Haselton, Harbesen A co, J K Heath, C Hickey, N
A Hunt, Huger A Ravcnel, Jeffords ?t co, G Keim,
A W J ager, C ll Johnson, ll Klatte k co, F Kres?
se), Jr, J B Lafitte, Lau rey & Alexander, ll Marks,
S It Marshall, Miss A Martin, Melchers k Muller,
McLov & Rice, Muller, Nimitz k co, J H Muller, W
T Muller, D O'Neill k Son, D O'Neill, J F O'Neill A
Son, H T Peake, superintendent, J R Pringle k
Son, J A Quackenbush, Quinby k co, Sliackelford
k Kelly, Ra vend A Holmes, Rleckc A Schachte, G
W Stetrens, Steer A Turner, S Thompson. Walker,
Evans A Cogswell, J Trieste, Watson A Hill, Wer?
ner A Ducker, F Wchmann, Wood A co, Palmetto
Pioneer Co-operative Association, Mrs C II Ber?
nard, C S McCall, Johnston, Crews A co, North,
Steele A Wardell. J F W DeLorme. E H Kellers, C
A Brock A Bro, Crane, Boylstou A co, W j Miller,
Stoll, Webb A co, Bark Clara, B O'Neill. Andrews
k Salvo, R Lowndes, U Gerdts k co, W L Webb, J
<: H Claussen, G W Williams A co, E H Jackson, J
n Br?ning, MAA Ashton, Cornelson, Cramer A
co, H Hafkenschield, c Kerrison, Paul, Welch k
Brandes, Kinsman A Howell. J B Duval A Son, J
H. Read k co, Holmes' Book House, Goodrich,
Wlncmau k co, J Heesemann k Bro, B K Neuf
ville, O A Cogswell, L Cohen k co, J Blackman,
Holmes A Calder, Order, and others. 12th Inst, 2
P M, o?r Cape Henry, passed steamship Charles?
ton, hence for New York; same day, at 8 P M,
passed steamship Alabama from Fernandina for
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton. Baltimore-left
Tuesday, P M. Mdse. To Mordecai A co. Courte?
nay A Trenliolm, S C Railroad Agent, J F Taylor
A co, H Klatte A co, J A t?uackenbush, K Perry,
C 1) Brahe A co, J C Biotine, J C Ojetnann, stoil,
Webb A co, Ravcnel A Holmes, Vincent A Brown,
G W Williams k co, Jeffords A co, Bollmann Bros,
ShackelfoiU A Kelly, ll Risehoir A- co. H Gerdts A
co, Chapeau A Heilron. J II Rcnueker. lt A Amine,
Il Bulwinkle A co, lt Garrison, West A Jones, and
Ship Southern Chief, Higgins. Genoa via Gib
rallar-32 days. Hallast. io thc Master.
Birk Annie Torrey, Libby, Liverpool-IS davs.
Salt. To W Roach A co.
Sehr John Johnson, Merrick. Baltimore-7 days.
Guano, Ac. To Master, S C Railroad Agent, G W
Williams A co, ami Holmes A Calder.
Sehr Ida Bella. Fisher, Newport, lt I-10 ?lays.
Guano. To W Roach & co. and Pacific Guano
Scar Ann S Doa?, Garbatile. West Point Mil!.
zc tierces rice. To Thurston k Holmes.
Sloop Ellen, Gradick, Cooper River. 1000 bush?
els rough rice, 3 bales sea island conon. To W C
Bee. at, d Ravcnel A eo.
Steamer Emilie. Lewis, Georgetown. S C. 337
tierces rice, 139 bags rice, (j bales cotton, and
mdse. To Sliackelford A Kelly, S L Howard A
Bro, Thurston A Holmes, J lt Pringle k Son, G A
Trenholni k son, Mowry A co, W Newton, W L c
Nowell, 0 Allston, G W Williams A co, B O'Neill,
Steamship Prometheus. Gray, Philadelphia-J A
Steamship Falcon. Horsey, Baltimore-Courte?
nay A Tren holm.
Sehr Janies Young. Wilson, New Haven, Conn
Risley A Creighton.
Sehr Wm Allan. Grant, New York via Wilming?
ton, N c- \Y Roach A co.
Sehr George Taulnne, Stcolman, New York via
wilmington, N C-W Roach A co.
Bark R B walker, Pettingiii, New York-H F
Baker & co.
Sehr Emma, Hall, Wilmington, N C-H F laker
Steamship Prometheus, Snider, Philadelphia.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palutka, via
FROM THIS PORT.
I Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York,
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Oneida,-, at New York. January ll.
CLEARED FOR TniS PORT.
Sehr Vraie, Mason, at New York, January u.
Sehr Hattie Marion. Dexter, at. Savannah, Jan?
Sehr Benjamin Reed, Gregory, at Savannah,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Eureka, Mayo, from Norfolk, Va, Janua?
SAVANNAH, January 14.-Arrived, harks Rex,
Bermuda; Atalanta, Bordenux. Cleared, ship
Marion Emerson, Montevideo; bark President
Oursel, Havre; Flora M Hulbert, Havre; sehrs Ne?
vada, Jacksonville; Paul Spotl'ord, Georgetown,
The steamship Champion, which arrived at New
York January ll, fnm this port, ?akes the fol?
lowing report: January 0. at io A M. orr Cape
Lookout, saw a schooner in the breakers on the
Shoals, with signals or distress fiyiug; bore down
on her; sent o?r one or our boats to board lier;
after a hard row of three hours succeeded in
reaching her; she proved to bc thc sehr George
A Mary, or Calais, Me, Captain John A Lord, Dom
New York ror Charleston ; buccecded in saving the
entire crew, consisting or captain, mate and four
men, and brought them to this port.
The sehr Eureka, which sailed from Norfolk.
Va, for this port, January ll, lias on board, a cargo
of 7000 bushels or corn.
Thc sehr Bs?jamin Recd, which cleared from
Savannah ror this port, January 12, will stop nt
Tybee to load 270 tons guano noni thc ship At?
jp O R LIVERPOOL..
The New Al American Bark ANNIE TOR-^2
REY, Lebby, Master, will load for the above ga
port. For engagements apply to
Jaul5 3 WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
The good Brig MARY STEWART, Adams,
Master, having large part or cargo engaged, ?gg
will be dispatched promptly Tor thc above port.
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
-pOR NEW YORK-MERCHANTS' LINE.
The Regular Packet Schooner N. W. J3L\
SMITH. Tooker, Master, wants 200 balesS2g?
cotton and light Irclght to till promptly.
janl2_WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
The staunch British Brig LADY PER! E, jg*
Captain Aitnar, of 356 tons, is now rcceivlng3ti3?&
cargo, a large portion of which is engaged and
going on board. Insurance upon Cotton by this
vessel can bc effected at thc cheapest rates charg?
ed Al ships.
For Freight engagements, apply to
AV. P. HALL.
Janl2 io Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
TO SAIL ON OR ABOUT THE 20m INSTANT.
The first class American Bark WETTER- J?t
HORN, Landcrkon, Master, of small capa-SSs.
city, ts rapidly loading ror thc above port.
For balance of freight room apply to
jnn7 STREET BROTHERS A CO.
Jj! O R LIVERPOOL.
Thc British Ship MUSCONGFS. Groves, ?
Master, having a large portion or her cargo fla
engaged anil on board, will have dispatch.
For rreight ror 400 bales or cotton, apply to
RAVENEL A CO.,
Corner East Bay and Vnnderhorst's Wharr.
JP O R LIVERPOOL.
Thc Al British Bark YUM?RI, Cochran, ^5
Master, will have quick dispatch for tliega
For Freight apply to R. T. WALK ER.
decl7 Boyce's Wharf,
Thc favorite American ship "R. C. WIN- S??
THROP," J. H. Stewart, Master, is nowgaife
ready for cargo.
For engagements of Freight apply to
PATTERSON A STOCK.
South Atlantic Wharf,
jans Corner Exchange street.
J O K LIVERPOOL.
The Al British Bark ATLANTIC, Captain
Vernara, having a large portion of her ear-SSS
go engaged and on board, wants ?oobales of Cot?
ton to complete the same. .
For Freight engagements, applv to
ROBERT MCRE A CO..
dec28 Boyce's Wharf.
Thc British Ship GORILLA, Captain Say,-jj?
having a large portion of her Cargo en-??ES*
gaged and going on board, for Freight engage?
ments apply to ROBERT MURE A CO.,
dcc28 Boyce's Wharf.
OH) ?C003, 8t.
nREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Wc are offering, regardless to cost prices, many
articles In thc
DRY GOODS LINE,
And would advise our customers, and thc public
in general, not to miss this opportunity.
150 pieces large and heavy Bed Comforts, only
50 pieces Fancy Patterns 12-4 Red (milts.only $4.
50 pair fine All-wool 10-4 While Blankets at
$o 50, worth $8.
3 pieces All-wool 4-4 White Shaker Flannel, only
65 cents, worth so cents.
20 dozen Ladies'latest style Hoop Skins only
40 cents, worth oo cents.
2 pieces Black Beaver Cloth, suitable for Ladies'
Sacks and men's wear, only $2, worth ?3.
1 case 4-4 Longcloth only 12J? cents.
2 cases 4-4 Longcloth, fine quality, only 13 cents,
worth 18 cents.
An assortment or different Collars.
Fine Silks, 2S Inches, ?3 per yard, worth S4 50:
never been offered as cheap before.
A great variety of thc latest styles of Collars
Cheapest and best assortment of Ladies'and
Meu's English Hosiery in town.
Especial pleasure in showing goods.
Convince yourself, and call at
FCRCHCOTT A BRO.,
No. 437 KIM; STK?ET, NO. 437
Corner Calhoun street.
???A special Department for Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Trunks. dec2l
ri HE CK S ON NEW YORK
BILLS ON ENGLAND AND FRANCE
STERLING A IV D FRANCS
ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS,
By LESKSNE A; WELLS,
nova Cmos No. io BROAD STREET.
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER. AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALE? OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS. BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, s. C.
REFERENCES.-non. HENRY RCIST, w. 3. MA?
GRATH, Esq., General JAMES CONNER, T. R.
WAKING, Esq. OCt4
AST FREIGHT LINE
TO BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON AK?
THE CITIES OF TnE NORTHWEST.
The Steamship "SEA GULL," Dutton,
Commander, will sail for Baltimore on_
WEDNESDAY. 1'Jth January, 1870, at half-past
o'clock A. IL
jfcS-lnsurnnce by the Steamers of thl3 line %
per cent, to Baltimore and Philadelphia. To Bos?
ton %. Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional expense for insurance.
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply to
COURTENAY A TRENHOLM,
jan! 5 3 Union Wharves.
OR NEW YORK
The superior Side-wheel Steamship
MAGNOLIA, Captain M. B. Crowell.J_
having elegant accommodations for passengers,
will leave Vanderhorst's Wharf, on THURSDAY.
January 20, 1870, at - o'clock P. M.
RAYEKEL A CO.,
OR NEW YORK.
Thc First-class Side-wheel Steamship^^?as*.
MANHATTAN, M. S. Woodhull, aom-?2u&8&?
mander, or the New York and Charleston Steam?
ship Company's Line, will leave Adger's Sonth
Wharf on SATURDAY, the 15th Instant, at 4 o'clock
?S- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool. 1 - 1
nsf Marine Insurance by this Line hair per cent. ,
aS*Superior Accommodations Tor Passengers,
jam 24_JAMES ADGElt A CO., Agents.
yo a LIVERPOOL.
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
nie Fine Iron Screw Steamship<^?"-?a?.
"ADALIA," Thomas Sanderson, L\)m-SbBHp"
mauder, is now ready to receive Freight tor thc
Cotton forwarded by this Line to all the prin?
cipal points on the Continent of Europe, and
Through Bills Lading signed at Charleston.
Thc "ADALIA" will be followed the new Steam?
For Freight engagements, apply to
dec-28_ROBERT MURE A CO.,
pjUNARD LINE OF MAIL STEAMERS
Between NEW YORK and LIVER
POOL, culling at Queenstown. ^ wiri in
One or the above First-class Iron Mall Steamers
are Intended to sail as follows:
From Liverpool for New York direct every SAT?
From Liverpool (calling at Cork Harbor) for
New York via Boston every TUESDAY.
From New York for Liverpool (calling at Cork
Harbor) every THURSDAY.
Certificates Issued to bring out Passengers from
any part of Europe at lowest rates.
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
CHAS. G. FRANKLYN,
No. 4 Bowling Green. New York.
For Steerage Passage, apply to Trinity Build
lug, No. Ill Broadway, Kew York, or to
WM. ROACH A CO., Agents,
nov4 1 smw3mos_Charleston.
jp?CIFIC MAIL -STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUOED.
Steamers of the above line leave Fler^^ysaj?.
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal stree! *JMm&
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 6th and
2lst of every month (except when these dates fall
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.)
Departure of the 21st connect ai Panama
willi steamers for South raciile and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those or 5th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship AMERICA leaves San Francisco for
, Japan and China February 1,1870.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or rurther Information ap
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharr, foot of Canal-street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
FjlRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
Aud other places, should lay In thcir^dpsfiS#i
supplies ol Clarets, Champagnes, Cor-SWstfS
dials, Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco aud Imported Segars,
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch or No. OOO Broadway, corner 20th street,
New York._septM Brnos
"PUR WRIGHT'S BLUFF AND INTER?
MEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
The Steamer MARION, Captain - x"I7"!a*
W. F. Adair, will receive Fretaht^gagSSEgG
at Accommodation Wharr, and leave on MONDAY
NIGHT, the 17th Instant.
Freight and Wharfage mnst be prepaid.
For engagements, apply at
THE OFFICE OF THE AGENCY,
janl4 3_Accommodation Wharf.
jpOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain " -rIT*s
George E. McMillan, sails eveiyJBM?SC
TUESDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT," Captain Fenn Peck,
sails every FRIDAT EVENING at 8 o'clock. Con?
necting with steamer STARLIGHT for Enterprise.
Through Tickets and through Bills of Lading
for Freight given.
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
janis South Atlantic Wharf.
-p?ll BRUNSWICK AND FERNANDINA,
VIA BEAUFORT, SHAVANNAH, AND
POINTS ON TUE GEORGIA COAST.
Steamer riLOT BOY, Captain C. . *,ii
Carroll White, will sail every SCTC-JBBSS
DAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, for above places.
Thc PILOT BOY will make an extra trip to Beau?
fort and Chisolm's Landing every FRIDAY, leav?
ing here at 8 o'clock A. M.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
Jania_South Atlantic Wharf.
"po II GEORGE T O W N, S. C.
WAVERLY. BROOK GREEN, AND KEITIIF1ELD
MILLS, TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND.
SCHEDULE FOI'. MONTO OF JANUARY.
The Steamer EMILIE,Captain P. C. _ ^JP**^
Lewis, will run ns follows, leavingixS&?Bm
Charleston every MONDAY and THURSDAY MORX
1X0 and Georgetown every WEDNESDAY and SAT?
URDAY MORNING, at c o'clock:
LEAVE CHARLESTON. I LEAVE GEORGETOWN.
MONDAY, January 17. IWBBNESDAY,January 19.
THURSDAY, January 20. SATURDAY. January 22.
MONDAY, January 24. IWEDNKSDAY^anuary 26.
THURSDAY, January 27. [SATURDAY, January 29.
MONDAY, January 31. |
Freight and Wharfage must be prepaid.
No Freight will he received after sunset.
Steamer leaves Charleston from Commercial
Freight will bc received on the days previous to
For engagements, nppiy to
SHACK ELFORD .t KELLY". Agents,
jania Boyce's Wharf.
Q. FORGE S. HACKER'S
DOOR, SASH AND BLIND FACTORY,
KING STREET, OrfOSITE CANNON.
DRESSED LUMBER or every description.
Turning done to order. A large o;oek of thc
iliove constantly on hand.
Wareroonis and o.'llce.
No. 22 UAYNE STREET,
dca* fmwimopjtc Charleston, s. .'.
FOR SALE, CALORIC ENGINE, TWO
to three-horse power, in perfect order, sold
only because we required much grouter power to
drive additional machinery added to our Binding
and Printing Office.
This Engine only burns 1 }i tons coal per month,
rnnning ten hours per day, and does not Increase
rates ot insurance on stocks and buildings as
steam engines do.
Janl5 2 WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL.
IF YOU WANT YOUR PRINTING DONE
in Fine Style and at Reasonable Rates, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C._ decU emos
IF YOU WANT SCHOOL-AND TEXT
BOOKS of all kinds, cheaper than yon can
purchase elsewhere, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Charleston, S. C. decl4 cmos
Cigars, (Eobacco, Ut.
CIGAR MANUFACTORY AND WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL TOBACCO HOUSE,
No. 314 King street, Corner of Society street,
"SION OF THE INDIAN CHIEF."
LA CAROLINA CIGARS, at $20 per M
La Carolina Cigars, No. 1, at $22 per M
Corona Je Espana, No. 1, at $25 per M
El Bouquet, at $30 per M
Partagas, (Havana filling,) at $40 per M
H. Upmann, (Havana,) at $50 per M
Figaro, (Genuine Spanish,) at $75 per M
Jenny Lind, at $80 per M. -
As all these brands are made under my especial
care and supervision, I can warrant that aU
Cigars smoke wcU and wUl give satisfaction
at thc prices.
Imported Cigars of different grades.
For Cigar Manufacturers, a large assortment of
A.stock of Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO,
Merchants and Consumers are respectfully in?
vited to give me a call, the undersigned being re?
solved to give satisfaction.
decl8 smwlmo J. MADSEN.
The place to buy
Is where you have a choice bf styles of dur?rent
I have the best single andi double-thread Ma?
chines now before the public. ?. '?>
THE WILLCOX A GIBBS'
'.WEED" F. F. LO-CK-STITCH
Are thc simplest and most reliable Machines
made. Every Machine ls warranted to give satis
ractlon, or it will be exchanged Tor other kinds.
All kinds or Sewing neatly and promptly done.
Orders taken for all first class Sewing or Knitting
Machines, Needles, Oil, Thread, Silk, Ac.
REPAIRING as usual.
D. B. HASELTON,
m?yl stuthly No. 307 King street.
?gXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, PARIS,
WHEELER A WILSON.
THE GOLD MEDAL.
HIGHEST PREMIUM. .
LOCK-STITCH, SEWING AND BUTTON-HOLE
nie only Gold Medal.
dec24 Eighty-two Competitors.
it?acliinerrj, (Eastings, Ut.
jyjEETING STREET FOUNDRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING THE IM
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Ol various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mills.
Sugar Mills, Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and
Pans, or all sizes.
Horse-rowers and Oin Gearing, from 6 to 16 rect
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, ror Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings or all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to nousc Fronts and
Castings ror Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Corers,
Sash Weights, Ac., Ac
WILLIAM S. UENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER,
NO. 314 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
aug4 m ws
JgXCELSIOR IRON WORKS,
FOOT OF 14TH STREET, EAST RIVER.
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
FOR BUILDING PURPOSES.
GEO. R. JACKSON, BURNE! & CO.,
RANCH OFFICE, NO. 201 CENTRE STREET,
CORNER OF HOWARD.
FOR GALE DY
EJrngs, (Crjcmirals, Ut.
^YER'S CATHARTIC PILLS,
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A LAXATIVE
Perhaps no one medi?
cine la so universally re?
quired by everybody as.
a cathartic, nor was
ever any before so uni?
versally adopted into
use, In every country
and among all classes,
as this mild but efficient
purgative PILL. The
obvious reason ts, that
it ls a more reliable and
ifar more effectua! rem?
edy than any o'her.
mose who have tried lt. know that lt eurea them :
;hose who nave not, know that lt cures their
neighbors and friends, and ail know that what it
loes once lt does always-that lt never falla
through any fault or neglect of its composition.
(Ve have thousands upon thousands of the certifi?
cates of their remarkable cures of the following
complain ts, but such cures are known In every
lelghborhood. and we need not publish them,
adapted to all ages and conditions in all climates;,
containing neither calomel or any deleterious
Irug, they may be taken with safety by anybody,
their sugar coating preserves them ever fresh and
makes them pleasant to take, while being purely
recetante no harm can arise from their use in any
They operate by their powerful influence on the
?nternnl viscera to purify the blood and atimulate
it into healthy action-remove the obstructions of
?he stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of
the body, restoring their Irregular action toneaith,
ind by corrcctmg, wherever they exist, sucn
lerangements as are the first origin of disease.
Minute directions are given In the wrapper on
the box, for the following complaints, which these ?
PILLS rapidly cure: ^
For DYSPEPSIA or INDIGESTION, LISTLESSNESS*'
LANGCOR and Loss of APPETITE, they should be
taken moderately, to stimulate the stomach and
restore its healthy tone and action.
For LIVER COMPLAINT and its various symp?
toms, BILIOUS HEADACHE, SICK HEADACHE, JAUH
OICE or GREEN- SICKNESS, BILIOUS COLIO and
BILIOUS FEVEBS, they should be judiciously taken
Tor each case,'to correct the diseased action or
remove the obstructions which canse lt.
For DYSENTERY or DIARRHOA, but one mild
dose ls generally required.
For RHEUMATISM, GOUT, GRAVEL, PALPITATION
OF TUE HEART, PAIN IN THE SIDE, BACK and
LUNGS, they should be continuously taken, as re?
quired, to change the diseased action of the sys?
tem, with such change those complaints dis?
For DROPSY and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS they
should be token In large and frequent doses to
produce the effect of a drastic pnege.
For SUPPRESSION a large dose^hould be taken
as lt produces the desired effect by sympathy.
As a DINNER PILL, take one or two PILLS to pro?
mote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach ana
bowels Into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence lt ls often ad?
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a
dose of these PILLS makes *lm feel decidedly be^
ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on
the digestive apparatus.
DR. J. C. AYER A CO., Practical Chemists.
Lowell, Macs.,JJ. S. A.A
Sold at wholesale and retaU by HOWIE. MOISE
A DAVIS, Charleston, 3- C., and by Retail Drug?
gists everywhere._PCM nae
P A N K N I N
APOTHECARY AND CHEMIST,
Ko. 123 MEfflTNC STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
?Thc advertiser begs to call attention to his sloe*
of thc best Imported and domestic
CHEMICALS, DRUGS AND PATENT MED?
Upon thc DISPENSING DEPARTMENT of his
business he bestows the utmost personal care and
attention, and guarantees the purity of the medi?
cines used In compounding.
Prepared carefully at all hours of the day and .
Special Agency for the sale of
Messsrs. GEORGE TIEMANN & CO.,
OF NEW YOR.K.
HIS STOCK OP
HAIR, TOOTH AND NAIL CRUSHES, PERFU?
Is large and w ell selected.
AGENCY FOR TUE EAL? OF TV.?. CELEBRTED
ROCK BRIDGE ALUM SPRING WATER,
A supply of which is always on hand.
P A N K N I N ' S
Which have established for themselves a reputa?
tion surpassed by none.
Through-constant effort and attention he hope
to merit a continuance of the public patronage
which has hitherto been extended to him.
UPERIOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured and for sale by
Dr. H. EA ER?
oe ts_Ko. 131 Meeting Bit***.
#T ? 1
Sold by *~
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
Direct Importers of European Drugs and Chem -
*ls, Charleston, S. C. mays ttuthiy