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A Sunday Morning in June.
Unstirred by wave or Ripple sleeps the lake.
"With pure whire lilies on its peaceful breast:
Creen, rounded hills encircle it.
And, far away, hills roll beyond green hills.
As earth were dumbly yearning heavenward,
Until, at last, the dim blue mountain peaks.
Aspiring, reach thc sky, ami lose themselves
Therein. The sonny air is sweet with breath
Of clover fields, and spiced with bosks o? rose;
And throbbing, thrilling, with the joyous soug
Of sparrows, and the thrush's tender cry:
While, solemn-voieeit, thedistatu church bell tolls
3TBW YORK FASHIONS.
Sew Styles ^in Evening Dresses-Chil
dre n's Dresses.
Novelties ip rich and elegant evening dre?sc*s
have recently been imported from Paris. A
bridal dress of white satin is made with a long
trained skirt, having a flounce ol' wide white
blond upon the back and sides, that slopes up
to the front breadth at the belt. This flounce
is headed by a wreath ot' orange buds and
green leaves. Upon each side is a large bow ol'
white satin ribbon and a cluster of orange How?
ers. The corsage is medium high on the back
and square in front, with Mond around the
neck. Attached to the belt, at the back, is a
short frill or fancy jacket skirt of wide blond,
like the flounce. The price of this bridal cos?
tume is $550.
An evening dress of blue is composed of
heavy silk in" a plain skirt en (ra'nu with an
Tjver-dress of blue grenadine. The grenadine
skirt is maile as long as the silk one. willi nar?
row ruffles covering the entire length. Beauti?
ful moss roses of a most delicate tint are scat?
tered over thc nulles at intervals, some rest?
ing so lightly among the gossamer-like waves
of grenadine as to seem 'wafted by a passing
breeze. The corsage ?S low and surplice, anti
vines of opening roses and buds cross the
shoulders and fall below the belt. A scarf ol*
blue silk is draped across the back of the skirt,
and caught up ut the sides by bunches of roses
to matcTi those ?*v?n the nifties. Price, SG00.
"?ti Paris a new style i* to have a scarf of the
same material .os the dress, draped across in?
back ot the skirt-the upper edge often fulled
as though it was a skirt, and festooned In fta
centre of the back at each side, to increase thc
A dress of white tulle is ver>tastefuily made.
The front beadth is covered by rows of nich?
ing, alternating with blond edging. A flounce
of wide blond,"" headed by a narrow niching of
tulle, is around the back and sides, and slopes
up the sides lo within a half-yard of the waist,
where it is fastened by a cluster of flowers.
Upon the ruche heading the flounce, at inter?
vals of a few inches, sprays o? the lily of the
valley are set. On the back and sides are five
strips of niching and blond extending down
the skirt, and graduated in length to corres?
pond with the slope of the train.
A pretty dress is of tarletan, the skirt of
narrow ruffles, green and white. The lower
ruffle is green, with a white one resting upon
the top of it, and so one above the other to the
waist. The overskirt is short, and of white,
cut in points, that are trimmed with two rows
of green ribbon. The corsage is low, with
green satin folds, and a very narrow fold of
white between them, aud an upright frill of
-lace in the neck.
Another dress is of pink and white, the skirt
made in the same way, but the overskirt is
white and puffed lengthwise by bands of pink,
with lace upon the edge, beaded by a pink
fold. The low corsage ls formed of alternate
folds of pink and white.
An evening dress of tulle ls composed of
white and gold color. It has a wide flounce at
the bottom, with gold-colored satin ribbon an
Inch wide, run in the hem. and ha f that width
at the top. This flounce is set on in cluster
plaits, with a bow of the satin ribbon on each
plain space. The remainder of the dress is in
the same style as thc green and w hite. These
dresses were exhibited by A. T. Stewart &
MOPES OF DRESS-MAKING.
The modes of making dresses have not ma?
terially changed. The bodice of evening dres?
ses is open, either square, a la Pompadour, or
heart shape, or open to the belt, and worn over
?>n elegantly wrought vest. A new style, which
ii. is predicted will ue much in vogue the coming
spring, will be colored vests of some contrast
ing color, and made high in the neck. Thc
sleeves of the dress will be made to reach to
the elbow, and finished with two nifties, and
undersleeves of the color and material of
the vest wifl be worn with them. A dress
of black silk made in this style can be worn
with a vest of scarlet, rose, green or violet,
and the dress In fashionable evening colors can
be worn with any shade that harmonizes with
Ball dresses are made with very full skirts
and are worn without hoops, instead of which
t"7o or three skirts are worn, one ol some st'uT
material, with the back breadth nulled the
whole length. The upper skirt should be made
the same length as the silk under-dress. The
over-dress ol tulle should be ruffled with nar?
A new style of making a ball-dress is attrac?
tive for its novelty. There is a skirt of white
satin trimmed with narrow nifties of white
tulle, and between these is a band of black
satin in points and bound with scarlet satin.
The over-skirt is short, and of black satin
trimmed with scarlet satin and edged with
narrow white blond. Toe low corsage is ot
black satin, has the band at thc neck pointed
with a fold of scarlet under it, nnd above it a
fluting of white tulle. The sleeves are short,
with ruchings ol white tulle, with a cluster of
loops of scarlet and black satin.
Clothing for children is elaborately trimmed,
and made very much after the same design as
that of ladies. A pretty cloak for a child three
or four years, is ot a lavender tint and trim?
med with fringe a shade darker than the cloak,
and handsomely embroidered with lavender
silk. The cloak and cape are cut circular, and
fastened at the neck with a white satin bow.
An attractive costume for a little girl ol'
seven or eight years is a dress of white alpaca,
a loose sack of white astrachan trimmed with
font's hair fringe, and a puff to match. A
lue silk bonuet trimmed with white com
pletes the costume.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Nu val
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, )
MONDAY EVENING, January 24,1S70.J
COTTON.-The demand was steady and market
firm, but transactions were restricted by the
limited supply of the article offering. Sales 400
bales, say l at 21; 2 at 22; 30 at 22?4'; 49 at 23; io at
23>,';Sat2.3.1?';llat23M; Glat23??; 5at23?i; 50
at 24; 14 at 24'4'; 01 at 24,'i; ll at 24,'?; 23 at 24?4e.
Ordinary to good ordinary.22',@23?i
Middling.24 u ? 24=3
RICE.-There was an active demand at prices
without Important change. Sales uear soo tierces,
say 20 tierces at 5 13-16; 27 at 5Ji; 20 at 5 15-10:21
at 6; 25 at 6 1-16; 33 at G.1,'; 31 at 6 316; 244 at 6'4'
20 at 6>ic. We quote common to fair cleau Caro
lina at 513-10@6^; good 6'X@6>ic "? lb.
KAVXL STORES.-NO sales of importance. "
FREIGHTS-Are somewhat dull. To Liverpool,
by steam, engagements are making at 3?d Tgt
tts on uplands anfl Ufd on sea Islands; by
sall, 5-16? Pic! fl lb on uplands, and ,'sa.vi *a lb
en sea islands. To Havre, by steam, nomi?
nal; by sail, nominal at "4c on uplands
and Vic on sea islands. Coastwise to
Kew York, by steam, "?c ?? lb on uplands
and lc on sea Islands; by sall, 'ic "?* lb on up?
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal: by sall, )i
@xe ? lb on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Xe lb on uplands; by sall, somewhat nom
InaL To Baltimore, by steam, >i?,'ic "fl tts on
uplands; by sail somewhat nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling.GO days bills 30.l"?30<4.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
sights checks at 'i oft", and sell at par. Out?
side, they purchase at_*i@?i pa*, and sell at
Market* by Telegraph.
LONDON, January 24 - Noon. - Consols 92'?.
PARIS, January 24.-Bourse opened quiet. Rentes
LIVERPOOL, January 24-Noon.-Cotton quiet.
Uplands li.'.d: Orleans llJ?d; siles 10.000 bales.
Ital Western whe.it 7s'Jd. Breao'stuirs firmer.
Pille tn m.
Evening.-Cotton buoyant; np'ands ll'id; Or?
leans 11 ?id ; sa es IS,ooo ba:es; speculation and
export 6000 bale). Lard active. 72s. Turpentine
i 8a us.
HAVRE, January 24.-Cotton opened quiet on
spot ami afloat at If 38'jC.
NEW YORK, January 24-Koon.-Stocks strong.
Money easy, 6a7 percent Sterling long SJ?'; short
9}?. Gola 2t'.;'. Sixty-twos, coupons 15*?'; Tenncs
see, ex-coupons, 54i4'; new 4T;?: Virginia, ex
coupons. 54'?; new62; Missouri sevens ST; eights
S7J,': Louisiana, old CT; new 04; Levees, sixes 63
eights Ti;: Alabama eights 94: lives CC; Georgia
sixc3 SO; sevens 92: North Carolina sevens,old
40; new 24'.,: South Carolina sevens, new
Cotton more sternly at 25?"'c. Turpentine quiet
at 4?';C. Rosin quiet at S2a2 05 for common, and
$2 io for ?.?mid strained. Freights quiet.
Evening.-Money easy at 5a7 per cent. Gold
declined, closing weak at 20J?. Governments a
fraction lower, but ?rm at the close; sixty-twos
15.',\ Southerns generally dull. Cotton linnet
sales of 4500 bales at 25'ic. Flour, State and
Western 5al0c better on low grades; Southern
rather active at $0 50a9 TO. Wheat closed quiet
and unchanged. Torn dull; new mixed Western
9ta93c. Pork steady. Lard quiet and heavy;
kettle lT^aiSc. Whiskey $1 Ol. Rice dull at CaTc.
Sugar quiet. Codee dull. Molasses dull. Tur?
pentine 45a45,,;!'c. Rosin $210aS. Freights steady.
BALTIMORE, January 24.-Cotton dull and Arm.
Flour favors buyers; Howard superfine ?4 T5a5.
Wheat firm: prime to choice red $1 35al 45.
Com firm ; white 95a.*l 02; yellow 95. Oats steady
3153033. Pork $29 .'.0a30. Bacon firm but active.
Shoulders 13"^'. Whiskey closed active at $1.
LOUISVILLE, January 24.-Corn, sacked 93.
Provisions quiet. Mess pork $2sa2S 50. Shoulden
l?alS'a'c; clear sides J98WJ*? Lard, tierces lTc.
CINCINNATI, January 24.- Corn unchanged.
lYliiskey steady at 95c, Pork held at 527 ?5a2T 50.
jard firm. Bacon unchanged.
WILMINGTON, January 24.-Spirits turpentine
itrong at 42c. Rosin quiet:strained $1 50. Crude
lirpentine $1 C5a2 so. Tar 25c higher, S2 io. Cot?
on quiet and steady at 23a23?4'c.
AccusTA, January 24.-Cotton, market firmer,
vith light offerings; sales 4oi boles; receipts 429
>ales; middlings 24c, closing firm.
SAVANNAH, January 24.-Receipts 2951 bales: ex
jorts 5<TT bales: sales 1000 bales: middlings 24"?c:
uarket timi and advancing
MOBILE, January 24.-CottOh in good demand
iud closed firm; sales 2500 bales; middliugs 24a
!4J*c; receipts 1520.
NEW ORLEANS, Jannary 24.-Cotton active nt
!4>ia241,'c; sales T350 bales; receipts since Satur
lay, 12,374: exports to Liverpool, 4203. Sugar
luiet at 12 l4al2/13 for prime.' Molasses, prime, 09
ITO. Gold 21.'.,'. Sterling 31'i. Sight par a.'i dis?
Bast?n & Co.'s Cotton Report, for thc
\\><-k Ending Januarv 21, 1S70.
NEW YORK, Jannary 22.-THE MARKET.-In oar
:ast report the market closed active, at 25*?cfor
middling uplands. Saturday, the market was
firmer, with a slight Improvement in prices; mid
liing 25??c; sates 3592 bales. Monday, themarket
was steady, but not so buoyant on prospective
larger receipts; sales 3431 bales at Tuesday,
the increase receipts'on one hartland the bet?
ter hews ou the other, caused some irregu?
larity; sales 24TC bales. Wednesday, the mar.
ket was hardly so linn; sales 2752 bales at Softe.
Thursday, buyers held on", and very little was
done: market unchanged: sales 153S bales.
Yesterday.,the market closed dull! on reports of
large receipts at New Orleans: sales 1465 bales at
3*KC for middhug.
boring the week our prices have remained
steady at SSftc for middling. Liverpool closes
?4d higher tl mu on last Friday, with sates of 104,
?00 bales, or 19,000 more than were reported dally.
Spinners have taken from that market this week
Ta.ooo bales. Here the attention of the tracie is
wholly directed to the course of the receipts,
while in England, owing to the Improved pros?
pects of Hie home and foreign trade, large re?
ceipts at the ports have not had thc usual effect of
depressing thc market.
RECEIPTS.-The receipts of this week were
swelled by large arrivals at New Orleans, part or
which were due there last Frida v. Mobile has
fallen rrom 11,347 bales tu 0457 bales this week,
and by some this ls attributed to bad roads. Tho
excess at that port is now 50..">4G bahs, and con?
sidering the large amount or Alabama cotton sent
East by rail to the Atlantic ports, the railing oir is
natural enough. Buring thc fourteen weeks,
from 29th Jannary toootli April, Inclusive Mobile
received 64.23S bales, or an average of 45SS bales
weekly. We hardly expect to see so great an
average this year.
The stocks iu thc interior towns, which, on the
7th or Jannary, were 45.411 bales over same date
last year, were on thc 14th or January only 36.400
bales over. By telegrams received' by 'us tlii*
morning, the stocks are ubout 23,ooo bales more
than in 1S69.
We have seen, this week, a number ol thc annu?
al Liverpool circulars, giving reviews ol the past
year and the prospects ol trade and supply for
1S70. The general opinion seems to have settled
on an increased supply of from 050.000 to 750,000
bales. Under this expected Inen ase, it was
thought that prices should rule about 10jad. to
lld. for Orleans.
The exports or plain cotton goods to India and
China show a reduction ol 104 mlliou yards tor
the year endiug 16th December, isoy, compared
with same time isos.
Upl'd A Fla. Mobile. N. O. Texas.
Ordinary. (S?13}? @23'i @23>4' (0.24
Good ordinarv. 024 ' (<ti24>4 @24>j? @24??
Low middling. <ffi24?4' @20 <5!25!4 @25'"
Middling. @2.V>? itt'251?' (?25;? @20'"
Sales ol the week, 14,509 bales-Including 5299
to spinners, 1535 to speculators, and 7735 to ex?
Gross receipts at this port ror the week 16.99S
bales. Since 1st September, 393,640 bales.
"* 1S70. 1809.
Stock in Liverpool. 341,000 294,730
Afloat rrom India. 61,000 102,000
Afloat rrom America. 141,000 lso.ooo
Stock in London.'. 115,670 149.090
Afloat ror London. 40,000 59,000
Stock in Havre. 62,310 77,275
Afloat lor Havre. 55,411 22,773
Stock in Bremen. 2,718 7,922
Afloat for Bremen. 1S.020 12.51S
Stock in United Statesports_ 409,509 325.112
Stock In the interior towns. 104,113 07,713
Total. 1,410,S11 1,248,133
Increase In visible supply.... 162.07S
Stock of cotton held by Manchester spinners at
the mills now. SS.ooo bales; rame time isca, 95,000
bales. Middling Orleans now lljid; then li.^d.
Murray, Ferris & Co.'s Naval Stores
NEW YORK. January 22.-SriuiTS TURPEN?
TINE.-Tue downward movement continued for
some days, with considerable sales to arrive at
43>ia44e. but a little later a heavy export demand
manifested ltseir, and thc price rapidly advanced
to 45)sa40c merchant aud shipping order, at
which Hie market closes firm bur quiet. Thc
sales foot up 2500 bbls, chiefly to arrive, most or
winch eppUestm thc export order. Receipts 5S0
bbls. Exports 150 bids.
ROSIN.-Thc low grades continue dull. We can?
not quote good strained over $2 05. No. 1 and
pale are scarce and in good demand. Sales S5oo
barrels. Receipts 1906 barrels. Exports 4S2
TAR.-Thc market has been nearly swept of all
kinds and prices to-day are nominal The sale
reported amount to 0340 barrels at $2 35a2 50,
chiefly $2 40 for North County, and $2 7?a3 Tor
Wilmington, and include 2090 Wilmington ror ru
ture delivery. Receipts nea barrels. Exports CO
WILMINGTON. January 22.-SriRiTS TURPEN
riNE.-Sales ot 30 casks at 40c.
ROSIN.-Sales or 220 bbls strained at ?l 50, and
100 bbls same grade, to be delivered by the loth
>f January, seller's option, at $145.
CRI DE TURPENTINE.-Sales or 123 bbls at $2 so
or sort, and si 65 ror hard.
T vu.-Sales of only 21 bbls at $1 85.
COTTON.-Market, quiet but steady. Sales of 1
jaie ut 2lc: 6 at 22; 20 at 23; 9 at 23>0'; 26 at 23.'4;
ind 51 bales at 28jxc.
Kcceipts by Railroad, January ?4.
SOl'TU CAROLINA RAILROAD.
576 bales cotton. 15 balcA. goods, 4 cars stock.
To Railroad Agent. Kirkpatrick A Witte, L 1> De
ianssure. Wardlaws carew, w \vSmith, Pelzer,
lodgers A co, F C Mey. W K Ryan, Dowling A co,
S .1 Wlss & co, F L Meyer. Reeder A Davis, Mowry
t Son, Wagner, Stewart A co, G II Walter A co.
.'rust. A Adirer. Mantoue A co, Graeser A Smith, J
I E Sloan, W c Courlney A co, J R Pringle A Son,
ind Goldsmith A Son.
Per steamer Dictator, irom Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-J R Fitz?
latriek, J O David and two sons, J J Boyd, H
.'out 1er, H G Bookman and son, Mr Mayes, Mr
'hier, A S Coe, M Salla?, ll Coble. J Ostcndord*, G
.yous, E A Mayer, C Hancock. R W Wells, C W
Smith, W H bent. Wc Heath, General It ll Rober?
son, A Burke and son. J Duncan, Miss L J Uarllee
V J Chase. O A Sanders, W A Sanders, Mrs Whit
iker and two children, ami 25 on deck.
E O HT CALENDAR,
Cow Moon. 1st, 6 hours, 53 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 9th, 3 hours, 42 minutes, evening,
full Moon, 17th, 9 hours, 25 minutes, morning. .
last Quarter, 24th, 5 hours. 3 minutes, morning,
v'ew Moon. 31st. io hours, 21 minutes, morning.
14 Monday. 7.. 1
sjTuesday. 7.. 1
o'Wednesday.. 7.. 0
-'Thursday.... 7.. 0
S Friday. 6..59
?saturday.... c.. 59
ojSnnday. &..5S |
ll. ? s.
X JLRIXE XE ITS.
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 25.
Steamship falcon. Horsey, Baltimore-left -
instant. Mdse. To Mordecai k co. Courtenay A
Trcnholm, S C Railroad Agent. Bowie, Moise &
Davis, 1' Walsh, W P Knox, W II Chafee k co. J
E Adger A co. D Paul A co, B O'Neill, G W Stef?
fens, ? W Williams k co, II Cobia A co, Taft ?fc
Howland, Bollmann Bros, Thurston k Holmes, L
0 Mowry A Son, Reid k Davis, J D Aiken k co, J
Heesemann A Bro. Werner A Ducker, W L Webb,
Stoll, Webb k co. H Bischoir k co, J A Quackcn
bush, W C Dukes k co. W Marsclier, J II Kenne
ker, Shackelford A Kelly, J W Lindsley, W P Rus?
sell A co, Ostendonr A- co, J II Wehman, Mc Loy
k Rice, H Lciding, J G Mllnor k co, Z Miller A Sou,
Rev J Ouigley, Jeunlugs, Thomlinson k co, J C
Burckmyer, D Stelling, II Klatte k co, and J
Campscn k co.
Spanish bark Pcplna,-, Matanzas-S days.
Ballast. To W P Hall.
Spanish polacre Union. Garriga, St Jago de Cu?
ba-14 days. Ballast. To WP Hall.
Merchants' Line sehr Marv A Holt, Holt, New
York-5 davs. Mdse. To W Roach A co, J E Ad
ger A- co, C D Ahrens A co, II Bischoir A- co. Ber
busse k Burkemver. A Brown, Bollmanu Bros,
C Bart A- co, A McCobb, Jr, II Cobia A co, Macduir
Cohen, W H Cha. e A co, Dowie, Moise A Davis,
Douglass k Miller, W C Dukes & co, L Ellas, J S
Fairlv k co, D F Fleming A co, II Gerdts A- co. C
Gravelev, Goodrich. Wiueman k co, C Goldstein,
J W Harrisson, Hart k co. Holmes k Calder, J II
Hillen. J K Heath, J P Keip, Klinck, Wickenberg
k co, F Kressel, Jr. Kinsman k Howell, A Langer,
Muller, Nimitz A co. B O'Neill. Ost?ndorir k co, J
F O'Neill A Son, Olney A co, D Paul A- co, Railroad
Agent, W Shepherd A co, D H Silcox, F von San
ten. A Tobias' Sous, J II Voders. Werner A- Ducker,
S w Williams k co. Wilcox. Gibbs k co, Walker,
Evans A Cogswell. W L Webb. H A Due. E Bates
fc co, T M Cater, W Hunt, and Wagoner A Mon
Sloop Ellen Gradiek. Cooper River. 1000 bush?
es rough rice. To G ll Ingraham A Son.
Steamer Dictator, McMillan, Palatka, via Jack
?onvitle. Fernandina and Savannah. 12T bales
ea cotton, and mdse. To J D Aiken k co, Fraser
c Dill, R P Bacot, Professor Holmes, R S Yenning,
'jiickuey Bros, W M Lajvton, Mantoue k co, W A
?ovle, T O'Brien, Kirkpatrick A Witte,G W Wil?
lama A- co. railroad Agent, C H & co, W M Bird
: co, Stenhouse A co. Wi'COX, Gibbs & co, Mowry
: Son, H Jones, ll UDassen, and others.
Boat from Christ Church. 0 bags sea' island
otton. Tc Stoney k Lowndes.
Boat from St Paul's. 3 bags sea island cotton,
'o Stouey k Lowndes.
By drays from Bennett's Mill-111 tierces rice,
'o W C Bee k co.
Sehr Anna Gillese, Mitchell, Navassa-H F Da?
er k co.
Sehr Alexander Young, Young, Jacksonville,
'la-H F Baker k co.
British steamship Adalla, Sanderson, Liverpool.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship south Carolina, Adkins, New York,
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York,,
[anuary 21. -
Sehr Emma. Hall, Wilmington,N C, January 22.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr S B Wheeler, Lloyds, at Baltimore, Janua
Sehr Robert Caldwell, McCormick, at New York,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
'anuary 22. *?
IM'ish bark Contest. Scott, at New York, Jan?
uary 21, for Rio dc Janeiro via Charleston.
-' BY TELEGRAPH.
SAVANNAH, January 2-1.-Arrived, steamsshlp
Livingston. New YorT; sehr Zephaniah Steclman,
Philadelphia. Cleared, ship Therese, Liverpool;
n ig Phetls. Whitehaven, Eng.
LIST OF VESSELS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED KOR TU IS TORT.
nark A c Wyman, Wyman, cleared.Dee co
Thc Charlotte Maude, McNaughton, sailed..Dee 24
Thc Island Queen, Brooks, sailed..Dec 17
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, up.Jan 14
Sehr A E Glover, Ryder, eleared.Jan 14
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, cleared..Jan 22
British bark Contest, Scott, cleared.Inn 21
Sehr Robert Caldwell, McCormick, up.Jun 21
Sehr Henry Whitney, Perkins, up.Dec 13
Sehr Wm Flint, Post, cleared.Jan G
Sehr John Stockton, Price, cleared.Jan G
Sehr M F Staples, Collin, denied.Jan 1
Sehr Oneida.-, up.Jan 14
Sehr Leila. Foss, up.Jan ic
Sehr Jessie B Smith. Williams, up.Jan 17
Sehr Florence N Tower, Perry, up.Jan IS
Sehr A J Bcntlev. Bentley, up.Jan io
Sehr Oaks Ames, Edmunds, up.Jan IS
sehr Mntoaka, Fooks, up.Jan 1G
sehr A J Bentley. Bnnnell. up.Jun ia
sehr H vue. Glover, cleared.Jan ll
sehr FX Tower, Perry, cleared.Jan IS
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, sailed.Jan 20
Sehr S V W Simmons, Williams, Up.Jan IS
Brig Lizzie A Watson, Watson, cleared.Jan s
Brig Black Swau, up.Jan 4
Sehr A Dcvereaux, Rich, cleared.Jan 1G
Sehr J E Dally, Wall, cleared.Jan 16
Sehr Annie Barton, Frink, up.Jun 17
Schrn G Hand. Hand, up.Jan 21
Sehr Louise Crockett. Pillsbury, cleared....Jan 20
Sehr S II Sharp. Webb, cleared.Jan 21
sehr S B Wheeler, Lloyds, up.Jan 21
sehr Rosa, Drinkwater, sailed.Jan IS
?chr nattle Marlon, Dexter, cleared.Jan 12
Behr Benj Reed. Gregory, cleared.Jan 12
jp 0 R HAVRE.
Wanted, loo to loo l?alos Cotton to till np j"?t
llritish Brig LADY PERIE, now loading forSBB
ibovc port, aud to sail in a rcw days.
Apply to W. P. HALL.
janis 2 Brown k Co.'s Wharves.
PUR NEW YORK-MERCHANTS' LINE.
[FREIGHT ON COTTON $1 50 PER BALE.]
Hi'diiEs, Master, wants 2 to 300 hales Cotton
ind light Freight to HU. and leave promptly.
jau24 3_WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
OR L I V E R P .0 O L.
The fine American Ship MISSOURI, L. T. ?J*
Blackburn, Master, having a large portion SSt
jf her cargo aboard. For further Freight engage?
ments, apply to W. B. SMITH k CO..
janl7 mwr Napier's Range.
p O R LIVERPOOL.
The Al Norwegian Brig APOLLO, Reincrt,
Master, will have quick dispatch ror the
ibo vc port.
For Freight apply to R. T. WALKER.
p OR LIVERPOOL.
TO SAIL ON OR ABOUT THE 20TU INSTANT.
. The first class American Bark WETTER
?IORN, Laaderken, Master, or small capa
.itv, ls rapidly loading ror the above port,
i'or balance of freight room apply to
jan7 STREET BROTHERS k CO.
fF YOU WANT BLANK BOOKS MADE
L TO ORDER, and ni the best material, to any
mucra, go to
"o. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C._deciysmos
J1 P. C H U- P E I N
OFFICE NO. 275 KINO STREET,
fF YOU WANT SCHOOL AND TEXT
L BOOKS of af* kiuds, cheaper than you c?.u
urchase elsewhere, go to
:o. 155 Meeting street, opposite charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. C. - decl4 6mos<
_? ilUlHf irtL _^_
fl HECKS ON NEW YORK
KILLS ON ENGLAND AND FRANCE
STERLING AND FRANCS
ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS,
.7 LESESNE & WELLS,
nov? 3mos No. io BROAD STREET.
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
The fine new Clyde built Steamship.^dFjSa?.
"ARRAGON," J. G. Howison, Master.S&f^S
is now receiving cargo for the above port, to sui]
on or about 1st February.
For Freight engagements, apply to
ROBERT MURE A CO..
Jau25 _ Agents.
AST FREIGHT LINE
TO BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON AND
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
THROUGH RILLS OF LADING GIVEN FOR
COTTON TO BREMEN.
The Steamship "FALCON/' Horsey, ^^S^fi.
Commander, will sail Tor Baltimore o'n2d5*i?*?
THURSDAY. 27th Januarv, 1870, at 3 o'clock K M.
?rlnsurnnce by the*Steamers or this Une >?
per cent, to Baltimore nnd Philadelphia. To Bos?
ton X- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad rrom Baltimore without addi?
tional expense ror insurance.
?3-By arrangement with the Steamships or
thc Baltimore and Bremen Line, sailing semi?
monthly, Through Bills Lading Tor Cotton will
hereafter be issued to the latter port on accom?
modating terms. The-leaves Baltimore on
COURTENAY St TRENHOLM,
jan25 3 Union Wharves.
"pi OR NEW YORK-THURSDAY.
THE Al SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
C. Chichester, Commander. wlK sail 4f&&&.
for New York on THURSDAY, January^??jS^
27tli, at 3 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, LIHOU
Throuah Bills Lading will bc issued ror Cotton
to LIVERPOOL, HAVRE, Iioston and the New
England Manuracturlng Cities.
Insurance by thc Steamers of this line y~ per
For Freight engagements, applv to WAGNER,
HUGER A CO., No. 20 Urond street, or to COUR?
TENAY St TRENHOLM, Union Wharves.
OR NEW YORK
Tlie First Class Side-wheel steamship ^??50*.
CHARLESTON, James Berry, fom-gawpHB
mander, of the New York and Charleston Steam
ship Company's Line, will lenve Adger's South
Wharf on TUESDAY, the 25th Instant, at 12
#2- Marine Insnranee half percent by this Line.
t&- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
ts- Superior Accomodations for Passengers.
Jan24 2 JAMES ADGER A CO.. Agents.
JpOR NEW YORK
The superior Steamship SARAGOSSA,
Captain C. Ryder, will leave ^'ander-?_
horst's Wharf, on THURSDAY, January 2J, is7u,
at -O'Clock. RAVSNEL A CO.,
?pOR PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON.
The steamship PROMETHEUS, Capt. ^??p?.
A. B. Gray, will leave North ArlantlcSWa?f?
Wharf on THURSDAY, the 27th Instant, at -
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
jan24 North Atlantic Wharf.
VESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN AND
MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards are respect
fully Invited to call and examine the??JggA*
qnulitv and prices of our GOODS. Full weigal
guaranteed. Delivered rrec of expense.
WM. S. CORWl.i A- CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Basel,
Charleston. S. C.
gg- Branch of No. ooo Broadway, New York.
JpACLFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
TD ROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier .^^?t
No. 42. North Uiver, root of Canal street,"S?fiS?
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 5th and
2lst or every month (except when these dates rah
on Suuday, then Hie Saturday preceding.)
Departure of thc 21st connect at Panama
with steamers Tor South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those or 5th touch nt Manzanillo.
Steamship AMERICA leaves San Francisco for
Japan and Chlua February 1,1S70.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Aspinwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further information ap
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf, foot of Canal-street, North River, New
York. F. K. BABY, Agent.
rpRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay In their <rfrj*s*.
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, Cor-2^fiS2
dials, Brandies, Whiskies \\ ines, Cnnued Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Scgars.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. MO Broadway, coiner 20th street,
New York. scpt28 Amos
OR CHE RAW, S. C
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
PEEDEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer "PLANTER," Cap- ? .rTT^t*.
tain J. T. Foster, is now reeciTingjagBS^aC
Freight at Accommodation Wharf, and \\*illleave
on FRIDAY MORNING, 28th Instnnt, at 6 o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, having superior State?
room accommodations, applv to
RA YEN EL A HOLMES,
jan25 3 No. 177 East Kay.
JP O R EDISTO,
ROCKA iLLE, AND ENTERPRISE.
The steamer ST. HELENA, Cap- " -JT^s
tniu II. D. Elliott, will leave as above?3cfe?*S3*
To-NlOHT, at 12 o'clock. Irom South Commercial
Wharf, aud Edisto WEDNESDAY MORNING, at lo
Freight received THIS DAY until sunset.
J. H. MURRAY, Agent,
The Steamer leaves again WEDNESDAY MORNING.
February 2d, nt 4 o'clock, aud Edisto same day
at s o'clock. P. M. jan23 1*
OR PAL AT KA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND BINDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain
George E. McMillan, sails every
TUESDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT," Captain Fenn Peck,
sails cverv FRIDAY EVENING at s o'clock. Con
nectingwlth St earner STAR LIGHT for Enterprise.
Through Tickets and through Bills or Lading
ror Freight given.
J. D. AIKEN St CO., Agents,
janl3 South Atlantic Wharf.
?pOR BRUNSWICK ?KD FERNANDINA,
VIA BEAUFORT, SHAVANNAH, AND
POINTS ON THE GEORGIA COAST.
Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain C. _
Carroll White, will sail every SUN-AEHL
DAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, for above places.
The PILOT BOY will make an extra trip to Bean
fort and Chisolm's Landing every FRIDAY, leav?
ing here at 8 d'clock A. M.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
janl3_ Squill Atlantic Wharr.
GEORGETOWN, S. C.
WAVERLY, BROOK GREEN. AND KEITI1F1ELD
MILLS, TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND.
SCHEDULE FOR MONTH OF JANUARY.
Thc Steamer EMILI E.Captain P.C. _ --ir***}*.
Lewis, will run ns follows, leaving iggBSBBSmm
Charleston every MONDAY and THURSDAY MORN
INC and Georgetown every WEDNESDAY and SAT?
URDAY MORNING, at 0 o'clock:
LEAVE CHARLESTON, j LEAVE GEORGETOWN.
?MONDAY, January 17. i WEDNESPAY.January 19.
THURSDAY, January 20. 'SATURDAY, January 22.
MONDAY, January 24. WEDNESOAY,Jannary 26.
THURSDAY, January 27. ?SATURDAY, January 29.
MONDAY, January 31. j
Freight and Wharfage must be prepaid.
No Freight will be received arter sunset.
Steamer leaves Charleston rrom Commercial
Freight will bc received on the days previous to
For engagements, apply to
SUACKELFOitU A KELLY, Agents,
janl2 . Boyce's Wharr.
Tliat any sick man survived the treatment
of fifty years ago, must be considered a proof
that human beings are very hard to kill.
Thc lancet, calomel, cantharides and drastic pur
gatives were then the order of the day. The phy
sieian played ?uto the hands of the apothecary,
md the unfortunate patient was drenched mora?
ng, noon and night with prostrating medicines.
?Ve live in a more rational and conscientious era.'
The import ance of supporting Nature in its conflict
vlth disease is now understood. ' Complaints in
hemsclyes weakening are no longer aggravated
>y artificial depletion. They are met with TONICS
;hat rally the vital powers and enable them to dc
cat the enemy. Ohlei among these allies of Na
;ure, In its battles with sickness, ls
This wonderful vegetable restorative is the sheet
anchor of the feeble and debilitated. As a cordial
for the aged and decrepit! it bas no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the nervous weakness
to which the tender sex are especially subject, it
ls superseding every other stimulant nnd nervine.
In all climates, troplc?l^temperatc or frigid, lt
acts as a specific lu every species of disorder
which undermines the bodily strength and
breaks down the animal spirits. Wherever lt
is Introduced lt becomes a standard article
-a medicinal staple. Druggist?, although their
profit upon it is small, find lt absolutely
necessary to keep a preparation for which
everybody Inquires, and for which nobody
will, accept a .substitute. It ls^o-day the most
popular medicine in the civilized world.
Extensively as it ls advertised, Its best ad?
vertisement ls the beneficial result which
uniformly follows Us use. Every bottle sold In?
sures the sale of at least half a dozen more. Cn
like other stimulants, lt braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral action.
The cheering effect which it produces upon the
mind is not momcutary, but permanent. There ii
no subsequent depression. It does not, as is the
case with all other stimuli, beget a craving for ex?
citants. On t: e >tl:er hand, lt soothes and cains
the ncrvcs,combinlng,strange as th" anomaly may
seem, inequalities of a sedative and gentle ano
dyne with those of a tonic and lnvigorant.
Thc perfect purity ol* all Its ingredients, their
admirable adaptation to the purposes .they
are intended to ^subserve, the judicious pro
portions in which they arc combined, and
the scientific skill with which they are Wend?
ed, render this famous article at once the
nost potent and the most harmless of all known
:onlcs and alteratives.
Sold by aU Druggists. tlec7
J K E COTTLE,
THE TIN "WASHER ;
By Rev. W. W. HICKS.
For sale at
BOINEST & MARTIN'S
News aucl Book Depot, King, opposite Ann street.
" (Signorthe Gold Pen.)
Call early, as the supply ls limited._Jan22
J^T THE HASEL STREET BAZAAR,
You can get the STANDARD NOVELS at ten per
cent, less than publishing prices. Janl2
JJUSSELL'S BOOK STORE.
CHOICE BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
THE NOBILITY OF LIFE. The Nobility of Lire,
Its Graces and Virtues. Each quality illus?
trated by a colored drawing, exhibiting the
very pertection or art. SIS.
The Gothe Gallery. Containing Arty superb Il?
lustrations engraved ou steel, representing
characters rrom Goethe's Works, In one su?
perb Imperial octavo volume, bound in fall
morocco antique and morocco gilt. Price
$20. Uniform with the Schiller Gallery.
Wonders of Italian Art. By Louis Vlatdot. Illus?
trated with the finest photographs, prepared
by the permanent autotype process, and
wood cuts. The illustrations are selected
from the finest works of the Italian masters.
Tennyson's Idyls of the King. With thirty-seven
splendid steel engravings, from designs by
Gustave Dore. Enid, Elaine, Vivien, Guine?
vere, 4 volumes, folio, each $10. I
Stndies norn the choice Poems of Thomas Hood.
With magnificent steel plates engraved from
designs by Dore. $10.
Lady Geraldine. By Mrs. Elizabeth Barrett
Browning. With over thirty Illustrations,
many of them full page, drawn by W. J. Hen?
Hie Universe: or, the Infinitely Great and the In?
finitely Little. By F. A. Po?chet, M. D. Trans?
lated from the French. Illustrated by 345
engravings on wood, nnd four colored plates.
nie Bird. By Jules Mlchelet. Illustrated by two
hundred and ten exquisite engravings. $6.
The Deserted World. By Arthur Mangln. Edited
and enlarged by tho translator or "The Bird"'
by Mlchelet. With one hundred and sixty
The Mysteries of the Ocean. By Arthur Mangln.
With one hundred and thirty illustrations.
Imperial 8vo., cloth, full gilt. $6.
Moore's Lalla Rookh. Beautifully printed on
toned paper, and Illustrated- with superb
. wood engravings, 4to., cloth, elegant. $6.
Wayside Posies. Edited by Robert Buchanan.
With pictures by Pluwell. Houghton, and
others, engraved by the Brothers Oalzlel, 4to.,
cloth, gilt. $10.
Home Thoughts and Homo Scenes. Finely Illus?
trated. 4to.. morocco.
Pictures of Society. Comprising one hundred
engravings rrom pictures by the most emi?
nent artists. 8vo., cloth, gilt. $10.
Touches or Nature. Beauttfully illustrated. 4to.
$12. . *
Wordsworth's Poems. Best Illustrated edition.
4to., eluth, gilt. $8.
Pictures rrom Nature. By Mary Howitt. With
twelve colored Illustrations. Small no., cloth,
gilt. $2 25.
Bonn's Christmas Bough. Beautifully illumina?
ted. Cloth, gilt. $2.
Bible Animals: being a description or every living
creature mentioned In the Scriptures, rrom
the ape to Hie coral. By the Rev. J. G. Wood,
M. A., E.L.S., A-C., with one hundred new de?
signs, one volume, 8vo., cloth. $5.
Woodside and Seaside. Illustrated by pen ar d
pencil. An elegant small quarto volume ot
ninety-six pages, richly illustrated by Blrket
Foster, Hows nnd others. $4.
The World at Home. Pictures and Scenes in Far-off
Lands. By Mary and Elizabeth Kirby. With
one hundred end thirty beautiful illustrations.
[ linnie Svo.. richly gill. $3.
Thc.Church:s Floral Calendar. Containing Poeti?
cal ami Prose Extracts appropriate to each of
the festivals of the church. Each page orna?
mented wti h bea nt HUI iloral designs, elabor?
ated printed tn eolors. $10.
Songs of Lite. Selected rrom many sources.
With numerous new illustrations uy-Hcnncssy,
Herrick. Griswold. Fenn and Rennell, mid six
fac-sitnlle autographs. One volume, small
4:;>., cloth, tull gilt. $5.
The"llaudy Volume'' Shakspearc. In crimson
-French morocco, gilt edges, in an elegaut
leather ease. $15 75.
The Poetical Works of Samuel Rogers. Anewand
beautiful edition, with one' hundred and
twenty-eight steel engravings rrom the dc
i-ignsV J. M. W. Turner and 1 liornas Stot
hard. ito., cloth, elegantly gilt. $12.
Gems or English Art or thc Nineteenth Century.
Being reproductions or the greatest.works or
some or the most celebrated artists or this
century, lu twenty-four pictures.-licautlfully
printed tn colors tty Leighton Brothers, with
Illustrai Ive texts by Francis Turner Palgrave,
?ito., cloth, lull gilt.
The Poets or the Nineteenth Century. Selected
and edited by the Rev. R. A. Wilmott. With
one hundred illustrations. Engraved most
elaborately by the Brothers Dalziet. In post
4to., cloth, elegantly gilt. $3 75.
Poe's Poems. New Edition. With twenty-eight
illustrations by W. H. Paton, J. McWhirter, C.
Stanton, C. J. Staniland, G. Hay and W. J.
Palmer. 4to. $0.
An nnusally large collection or beautifully Illus?
trated Books for thc Young, including the very
latest and best productions or the English Press.
Drugs, Glrjcmicals, &c.
E N R Y ' S
A It B O Xi I C
This medicine is known to the faculty as being
the concentrated fluid extract or Sarsaparilla
united with Carbolic Acid, and is guaranteed as
FOIlTnE Ct'RE OF
SCROFULA AND CONSUMPTION.
This remedy Is compounded expressly for puri?
fying and cleansing the blood of all infirmities,
going at once to the fountain-head or disease. It
Tenons, CONSUMPTION, SYPHILIS, SKIN ERIT
noxs, SALT RHEUM, BOILS, RHEUMATISM,
WASTE OF VITALITY, SCROFULA.
We nil know that the promiscuous vaccination
indulged in during thc late war bred the most vil?
lainous diseases. Vaccination pus was taken from
the arms or many persons full of scrofulous sores.
Then of course thc impurities of the scrofulous
patient was absorbed in Hie blood of men other?
wise without diseases, and both became Infected
alike. Men. women and children tluoughout all
Hie West are most wofuliy diseased noni this
cause, and knew not until ? few months agc, the
origin of it.
HENRY'S CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR
Relieves the Entire System or Pains-and Aches,
enlivens lite Spirit, aud sends New Cloud
WOUNDING THROUGH EVERY VEIN.
It Imparts a
Sparkling Brightness to Hie Eye,
A Bony Glow f'o the Cheek,
' A Ruby Tinge to thc Lips,
A Clearness to thc Head,
Brightness to the Complexion,
Buoyancy to the Spirits,
And Happiness on all Sides.
For all affections or the kidneys it ls unsurpassed.
People have been rescued, as It were, from thc
very jaws ol death, by a timely use or ibis great
EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS LETTERS.
"Doctor, 1 was vaccinated in the hospital. Be?
fore that 1 had uo skin disease. Until I had a bot?
tle of your'Constitution Renovator,'sent rae by
Mr. Roper, ot Columbia. Mo.. 1 suffered tortures
with running sores. Since I used two bottles I
am all well except a small sore on the calf of my
lert leg, and that is getting weil rast."
This from a linly: "And now my skin isas clear
and fair as a babe's. My complexion, thanks to
vour 'Renovator,' is beautiful."
"Yes, yes, I may well say such relief was
unknown to me before. Enclosed Hud (ivedollars
for six bottles ; two families herc want to try it.'"
'. I was very much troubled with syphilis. Your
remedy seems to be curing mc last. Send four
bottles per express."
..No more rheumatism. Three bottles of Con?
stitution Renovator have made mc a new man."
.. Doctor, enclosed lind $5. Please send me a
supply. Two families here want to try your Con?
We have not space for more of the above ex?
tracts, hut you can ask your neighbor about the
remedy. Every one has something good to say,
as it cures every time.
FOR ALL DISEASES OF THE
KIDNEYS, RETENTION OP THE URINE, Ac, Ac.
And for Female Diseases,
Nervous Prostration, Weakness. General Lassi?
tude, and Want of Appetite, it is unsurpassed.
CAUTION!-In ordering our remedy always place
thc number of our Post?nico Box on your letters.
The new law of our New Vork I'ostonlce compels
DR. M. E. HENRY St CO.,
Director General Berlin Hospital, Prussia.
AGENCY OK THE UNITED STATES.
Laboratory, 27i> Pearl Sir**r. PostotUce Pox 0272,
^^CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR is $1 per bot?
tle, six bottles for $5. sent anywhere on receipt
or price. Patients are requested to correspond
confidentially, and reply will be made by following
mail. Sold bv all respectable Druggists.
G. W. A1MAR, Charleston, Agent.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate or Soda
Cream or Tartar
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. II. BAER,
octfl . No. 131 Meeting street.
rjOGNAC BRANDY IN CASES.
A. TOBIAS' SONS., oiler Tor sale, SOO cases, L
dozen each, Cognac BRANDY, -Vine Growers"
brand, aud three y ears old,.inbouded warehouse.
i a ii ul imo
HE CHAMPION BRACE.
This BRACE, in Its pecul'ar construction, has all
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACES 1
First. It does not disarrange the Shirt Bosom.
Second. It cannot slip otr thc shoulders. Third.
There ls less strain on thc buttons of the pants
than with common Suspenders. Fourth. Each
section of thc pants can be adjusted Independent?
ly. Fifth. By means of the Adjustive Back Strap .
a gentle or powerful Brace can be obtained.
Sixth, lt attaches to thc pants at the same poiuts
that the ordinary Suspender does.
Sole Agent in Charleston,
E . SCOTT,
.DEALER 1^ j:
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Meeting street. Opposite Market nail.
P H O N I X GUANO,
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO.'S
GUANO, SALT AND PLASTER COMPOUND,.
for sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & GO,
IMPORTEES & DEALERS IN
No. 91 Bay street, Savannah.
No. 211 Broad street, Augusta.
No. 64 East Bay, Charleston.
KS* Send for Circular giving prices, terms, cer- .
tlllcatcs. Ac. JnnlR ttifs-lrlfes
E H T I L I Z E R S !
SOLUBLE SOUTH SEA GUANO!:
RHODES' GROUND GYPSUM!
?3- Circulars with detailed statements furnish?
ed on application to the General Agents.
B. S. RHETT A SON,
Charleston, South Carolina. ^
ROSAD ALIS, h
? $?$S?fc Jp
ROS AD ALIS.
UOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
Direct Importers of Enropean Drugs and Chem
cals. Charleston, S. C. ' mays stuthly
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They a :e purely vegetable, safe an 1 ?ure. The
best in use. For sale by Dr. li. HA ER,
No. 131 Meeting street,
nets Wholes?le Agent
jDENZINE, DOUBLE DISTILLED,
WILL REMOVE GREASE if'OTS.
Manufactured and for sale, wholesale and rc?
tail, by Di?. IL BA ER,
nora No. 131 Meeting street.