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FINANCIAL ANO COMMERCIAL.
The Money Market.
THURSDAY, March 3.
SOUTHERN BANK BILLS. Current Rates.
Bank of Camden. 40?
Bank of Charleston. par.
Bank of Chester. 05?
Bank of Georgetown. os?
Bank sf Hamburg. 03?
Bank or Newberry. par.
Bank of South- Carolina. 10?
Bank or State or South Carolina,
prior to 1861. 55? 57
Bank of State or South Carolina,
after January 1,1861. 10? 12
Commercial Bank, Columbia. 02?
Exohange Bank, Columbia. 10?
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants' Bank, Cheraw. 03?
People's Bank, Charleston. par.
Planters' Bank of Fairfield. 03?
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,
Southwestern Railroad Bank,
Charleston (old). Par
Southwestern Railroad Bank,
Charleston (new). P??
state Bank, Charleston. 0?&
Union Bank, Charleston. Par
City of Charleston Change Bibs. par.
State of S. Carolina Treasury Notes. par.
BONDS, STOCKS AND COUPONS.
City of Columbia Bonds. 6S@ 70
City or Columbia Coupons. OS? 70
South Carolina Railroad and Bank
Stock (whole shares). 42 00? 43 00
South Carolina Railroad (hair shares) 21 oo? 21 50
South Carolina RaUroad Six Per Cent
Bonds. 73 00?
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per
Cent. Bonds.82 oo@
South Carolina Railroad Certificate
of Indebtedness. par.
City of Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock. 59 00? 60 00
City or Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.. 75?
State or South Carolina Bond3 (old). 86? 87
State or South Carolina Bonds (new
issue of January 1,1867). 81?
State of South Carolina Bonds (issued
for Bank or the State bills). 81?
State or South Carolina Stock. 80?
State or South Carolina Coupons
People's National Lank Stock.103 50?
First National ZzttE stock.H5 oo?U7 oo
Union Bank Stock. 7 50? 8 00
Bank or Caarleston Stock (whole
shares). 23 50?
Bank o' Charleston Stock (half
shares).ll 00? ll 75
People's Bank Stock. 6 00? ..
Planters' A Mechanics' Bank Stock.. 2 60? 2 75
South Carolina Loan ana Trust Com?
pany Stock.104 00?105 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. 65?
Greenville and Columbia First Mort?
gage Bonds. 75? 76
Charlotte, Augusta and Columbia
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds. 84 50?
northeastern Railroad First Coupons
(past due). 86 00? 86 60
Northeastern Railroad Stock(capltal) 8 00?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre?
ferred. 30 60?
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of
Indebtedness. 55? 60
Cheraw and Darlington First Mort?
gage Bonds. 78?
Charleston Gos Company Stock. 22 50? 23 oo
Caarleston City Railway Stock (ex
dividend. 53 00?
Charleston Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company's Phosphate Works ..?
Charleston and Savannah Railroad
Bonds (State guarantee). 56? 60
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
(State guaran tee)Seven Per Cent.
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Bonds (first mortgage). 80?
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Stock. 26 37?
City or Savannah Bonds. 85? 86
City of Savannah Coupons (due pre?
vious to June 1,1666). 07?
Cir- of Savannah Coupons (due after
City of Memphis Bonds (endorsed by
H. iC. Railroad. 60?
City of Memphis Bonds (unendorsed) 60?
City of Memphis Coupons. 76?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Stock ll 00?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Bonds 85?
Memphis and Cha'tou R. R. Coupons 93?
Georgia State Bond, 7 per cent, (old) 82?
Georgia State Hon il, 7 per cent, (new) 88? 88
Georgia State Coupons. 97?
Exports for the Week ending March 8.
LIVERPOOL-Per British steamship Lumsden
821 bags sea island cotton. 1280 bales upland cot?
ton, 305 bbls rosin. 135 tierces, 2108 bags cotton
seed, 100 tons phosphate.
CARDENAS-Per sehr Thomas Mi-klmmons-31,
826 feet lumber, US empty hhds.
BOSTON-Per sehr Ann E Glover-0 bags sea
Island cottou, 244 bales upland cotton, 25 tierces
rice, 109 bags rough rice, 313 bbls rosin, 27,ooo
feet flooring boards. 168 loose hides, 148 casks
.clay, 16 hhds and 1 lot loose iron. 83 bales rags ,
and paper, 239 empty carboys, 2 boxes and 1
barrel._Per sehr M B Mahoney-196 bbls spirits
turpentine, 15,009 feet lumber, also inward cargo.
Ssw YoRk-Per steamship Manhattan-68 bags
?ea island cotton, 301 bales upland cotton, 177
tierces rice, 54 bales domestics, 50 empty barrels,
35packages sundries.....Ter steamship Tennes?
see-41 bags sea bland cotton. 138 bales upland
cotton, 58 bales domestics, co tierces rice, 4 boles
hides, 35 bundles paper, and 33 packages.Per
steamship James Adrer-311 bales cotton. 17 bales
yarn, 112 bundles taper, 47 empty barrels, 32
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus-131
tierces rice, 154 bales cotton, 133 bales yarn and
thread, 27 bundles paper, 5 bbls dried fruit, 177
bbls rosin, 4000, feet lumber, 200 old wheels and
axles, and MI nd nes.Per sehr Aua ? Caril-360
tons nhosphate rock.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-144 bales
cotton, 268 tierces rice, 6 bales yarn, 15 bales
waste, 10 casks clay, 10 rolls leather, aud sun?
dries_Per steamship Sea Gull-112 tierces rice,
13 bales cotton, 14 bales yarn, 7 rolls leather, 12
bbls phosphates, 2000 bushels oats, 42 barrels
rosin, 7500 feet lumber.Per sehr Wm Thomp?
son-125 tons phosphate rock.
WILMINGTON, BEL-Per sehr A H Whitmore
100 tons phosphate rock.
The Charleston Market.
[FOR THE WEEK ENDINO THURSDAY, MARCH 3. j
THE REJEIPTS, *c-The receipts or this staple
at the Southern markets up to Friday last have
continued much In excess ot last year, but show
a railing off as compared with the week before,
and were 82,7 Vf bates, against 90,424 the previous
week, and 57,4-H for the corresponding time last
season. New Orleans has continued to receive
nearly all the increase and arrivals there were
45,439 bales; this against 22,907 last season.
The supplies at the Southern cotton centres
have reached about the foUowlng figures at the
New Orleans, March 2. 812,753 675,541
Mobile, March 2.246,386 186,125
Savannah, March 2.380,677 284,004
Charleston, March 2.189,321 150.496
Texas, March 2.158,684 109,002
virginia, March 2.165.060 122,880
THE COI TON MARKET.-The market for this lead?
ing Sonthein stuple is undergoing a period of ex?
treme trial. Tnc united Influences of full receipts
and continued lower rates lor gold unsettled op?
erations in '.hearticle, and purchasers showed but
little disposition to transact business, tho market
here closing more active but at declining prices.
The article during the period under review had a
lower inclnatlon. The English market,which oper.
-ed at HJi@llJ?d, declined to u>?d; at New York,
which begun at 23>i, the rates receded to 23, and at
this port the article tor much or the time has been
nearly at a stand, beginning at 23^ and receding
to 22c 9 lb for middling.
The movement ut liverpool and New York r?'r
thlB period, has been about as follows: On Friday,
February 20. thc ronner was tinner at ll>,?@ll??d,
sales 10,000 bales; the latter closed dull and heavy
at 23J?. *ale< 4W0 bales. On Saturday, thc roraier
closed at ll Vd ror uplands, sales 10,000 bales; the
latter was heavy and lower at 2:;*s', sales 3000
bales. On Munday the former was steady at
llJ?d, salea 10.uOO bales; thc latter was heavy at
23>i, sales 1800 bales. On Tuesday the ronner
was flat at ltJi@ll.Vi. sales 8000 bales; the latter
was heavy ard lower at 23^, sales 5S00 bales. On
Wednesday thc torrner was Irregular at ll V@
ll>?d, sales 10,000 bales; the latter was lower at
23c, sales ?800 nales. Yesterday the ronner was
dull, at HJid; thc latter was steady at 23c
The stock of thc article in sight at the latest
dates was as follows:
Stock In Liverpool. 311.000 2S2.0?O
Afloat from India.(est.) 55,00? los.ooo
Afloat from America.(est.) 247.000 i45,ooo
Stock In London. 81.705 los.120
Afloat for London.(est.) 30,ooo SG.OOO
Stock in Havre. 70.020 50.TGI
Afloat for Havre. 42,178 36,219
Stock In Bremen. 0.666 5.370
Afloat for Bremen. 22.029 13,399
Stock la United States ports.... 563.740 414,458
Stock in thc interior towns. 104,212 93,130
Total. 1.588,559 l,317.5r,7
Rx,- v -oipply_ 216,022
Stock or cotton held by Manchester spinners at
the nuns now, 48,000 bales; same time 1869, 7S,ooo
bales. Middling uplands now lltfd; then ny,a
The receipts at this point ror the week just dosed
were otad sonning character in uplands, and were*
184ba?sof s a islands and Floridas, aid2907
bales of uplands, against in bags of sea
and Floridas, and 4048 bales of uplands t
previous, and 64 bags of sea Islands and 1
and 31S1 bales of uplands for the sane t
year. The supplies have come from the fi
sources, say or uplands per South Carob
road 23M bales; per Northeastern Ka Uro
Peedee loo; wagons 62;: Georgetown, 15;
nah 2. Of sea Islands, Beaufort 20; Asl
Northeastern Kel;road 4; James Island l;
113; Savannah 32.
Tho transactions and prices prevaillnj
market for this period nave been as rollow
On Friday, February 25th, this staple
rair request, generally at unchanged rate
about 450 bales; ordinary to good ordin?r;
quoted at 21 to 22&, low middling 22*? to :
diing -3>?', and strict middling 23>ac. ? lb,
On Saturday there was a good demand
the first or the day, at rates generally stea
In some cases easier, the market closing
sales 850 bales; ordinary to good ordin?r:
quoted at 21 to 22,Vi, low middling 22^c. t
middling 23 to 23.V,', strict middling 23J?C.
On Monday there was little disposition
chase, and the few operations were at da
rates; sales 50 bales on the basis of 22,??c ?
On Tuesday the article continued depress
prices lower; sales about 60 bales, on the b
22 c fl lb for middling.
On Wednesday, wii h an easier dlsposlt
prices, a good demand prevailed; sales abc
bales; ordinary to good ordinary being que
20@21c, low middling 21>ic, middling 22@
and strict middling 22>ic ft m.
Yesterday the market was active, hut
were easier; sales noo bales, say 9 at 19c,
19J?C, 40 at 20c, 60 at 20>?c, 278 at 21c, 95 at
9 at 21J?C, 371 at 22c, 150 at 22.xc. We quote
Ordinary to good ordinary.19>i@20
Low middling.Sfl @2l
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals have
184 bags of sea island and Floridas, most
latter kind, against Ul the week previous, a
for the corresponding time last year. At thi
of this period there was some Inquiry, and
transactions took place, but the lower ra
gold since prevailing, and other causes, Inda
suspension of demand and the article has
been extremely quiet, with a lower tenden
the market. The transactions ror the week
amounted to about 200 bags or all qualities ai
which were 1 stained sea island at 20c;
at 32; 7 sea island at 50; 4 at 55; 6 a
5 at 05 ; io at 70 ; 12 at 80. Of Floi
23 at 35; 30 at 40; 38 at 47; 14 at 50c
Florida qualities may be quoted at 35040 ror
mon; 40045 ror medium; 45060 ror medtu
good ; 50&5 j ror good to One, and 55060c fi 1
flue and choice. Sea islands may be qnoti
45@50 ror common; 50@60 ror medium; 60@'
medium to fine, and 70c@$l fi Th ror fine
choice qualities. An account of the sea 1:
stock was taken here yesterday, and was f
to be much larger than was anticipated. Th
cess was found to be 1783 bags, which has
added to previous receipts, and our tables
been corrected accordingly.
RICE.-The arrivals of Carolina rough rice
been extremely limited Tor the week. The
ket ror this grain has exhibited considei
steadiness, and prices have been without In
tant fluctuations, there having been a reg
and somewhat rair Inquiry ror most or this pei
The transactions have amounted to about
tierces clean Carolina, among which wen
tierces at 5J?CJ 7 at 5Xc; 29 at 513-iec; 20 at ?
84 at 6c: 47 at 6 l-icc; 326 at 6jtfc: 64 at 6 3.
07 at 6%c. We quote common to fair clean C
lina at 5J4@6c; good tX?C%c ft lb. Caro
rough may be quoted at $115@1 30 ft bushe
Ulterior, and $130@1 GO fl bushel for seacoast
NAVAL STORES.-Thc business In these arti
have been or a limited character, iu conscque
of thc small stock. Some 500 bbls. of No. 2 ri
were sold at $1 co ? bbl.
HAT.-The arrivals have been Inconsldera
and the operations mainly of a retail charade
CORN.-This article has come to hand In mc
rate supply during this period, say about 13
bushels. Thc business has been limited-some
qulry prevailing for plantation consumption,
sale or prime North Carolina took place, In bi
at $111@112 fl bushel, weigh t. Jobbing parcels
selling at $1 1S0I 20 fi bushel, weight, bags
duded. A wholesale transaction in sacks tra
I pired at $116 ft bushel, weight, bags included,
cargo or Maryland in bulk was sold somewl
nuder our figures.
OATS.-5".he market has been rairly supplied w
this grain, wfridi is mostly In demand tor lo
consumption. W? quote Mar-land qualities at
' @73c V bnshel.
FLOPB.-Tti? article ls in fair stock of the b
ter qualities, bnt with a limited f iply of r - e a
super. The demand has been good, largely ;
the common grades, which, In consequence
limited supplies, have rather improved in prt
We quote Northern and Western fine at $5 21
5 50 ft bbl.; super at $5 '.i@o ft bbl.; extra
$6 2097? bbl., and family at $7 2508 fi bl
Southern qualities arc in moderate supply, ai
may be quoted at $7@7 75 fi bbl. for extra, ai
$809 fi bbl. for family grades.
BACON.-This article is in moderate stock, wi
a limited demand, prices during the week sho'
lng no change or Importance. We quote prln
smoked shoulders at I4@l4.vc. fl ni.; pila
smoked clear rib sides at I7.v,@i7>,'c. ft lb.; di
salted shoulders at 12K@12*?C. fl lb., and salte
rib and clear rib sides at IG@IG,VC. ft ft.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-There have been son
transactions lu Cuba grocery sugars at lOJii
io;?c. ft lb.; in clayed molasses at 4i@42c. I
hhds., and 43@44c. per gallon In bbls.
FRUIT.-There is a moderate stock of orang?
and bananas, and we quote the former at $3 :
per hundred and the latter at $2@4 per bunch.
VEGETABLES.-The market ls well supplied wit
Irish potatoes, and we quote eating qualities a
$2 50@3 50 per barrel. Planting kinds are still I
some demand, and fancy descriptions have sol
at $3@o per barrel. Southern peas, which wer
about maturing In Florida, have been destroy c
by the late cold weather.
BUTTER AND LARD-There ls a fair stock o
prime Goshen. We quote good to prime at 35(t
40c fl lb. Western and other lower grades sci
from 20930c ft lb; country do. at 25@30c fi ft
as In quality. Lard ls In good supply and ls hele
SALT.-There have been no receipts or this arti
cle. Lots from store selling at fi 40@l 50 ft sack
INDIA BAGGING.-Tlie market ls fairly supplice
with this article, and we quote 23@24c fi yan
Dundee bagging, 44 Inches, Hi lbs. for the yard
is held at 30035c. Sea Island bagging, 45 indict
wide, 2 ft Tor thc yard, ls held at 45c.
ROPE.-The demand ror rope ls moderate, ane
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quote hemp at - cents ft lb; green lear at i J cents
and jute at 8>i@y cents ft ft.
IRON BANDS AND TIES ror cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are oilered ou the markeu at
6>i@7??c fl ft, and sales have taken place at
Tm BER AND LUMBER.-The market for this arti?
cle is dull. We quote timber for milling purposes
rrom $5@9. Shipping timber $10015; 4-4@5-4
Dooring at $14@15 ft M. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, from city mills, cut to size, from
$20024 ft M by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool arc quiet; by steam,
Jid on uplands, i vid on sea Islands; by sail we
quote 5-ic@j,d on uplands and n@ jid on sea Is?
lands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, nc on uplands and lie on sea
Islands, $1 23 ft tierce on rice; by sall, Kc on
ootton:- ft tierce on rice; 40c ft barrel on
rosin; $8 ft M on lumber; $?@10 ft M on tim?
ber. To Boston, by sall, ,l,@?io ft ft ou upland
cotton. To Providence, $$ ft M on boards, Ko
ft ft on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam,
lie fi ft on uplands; by sall, $G(fjl7 ft M on boards;
$9 on timber; $3 ft ton on clay, and $3@3 25 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, He ft
ft; by sall, $807 ft M on boards; $3@3 25 ft ton
on phosphate rock. Vessels are In demand by
our merchants to take lumber Ircights from
Georgetown, S. C., Darien and Satilla River, Cu.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
$n@ra?t M are rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 24024 % for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANOE.-TIIC banks are purchas?
ing sight diodes on New York at K discount; 5
days ?? discount; 10 days *i per ct. discount; 15
days I; 20 days -; 30 days -. They are sell
irg sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
15, and selling at irais.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, March 3-Noon.-Consols 92& Bonds
90,\. Sogar qnlei.
PARIS, March 8.-Bourse opned active. Rentes
HAVRE, March 3.-Yesterday's cotton market
opened quiet; on spot ir 36c; afloat if 33c. To-day
cotton opened heavy.
LIVERPOOL, March 3-Noon.-Cotton opened
quiet; uplands llJ?allJ?d; Orleans ll'.'d. Sales
10,000 bales. Pork quiet.
Evening.-Cotton flat; uplands ll)id; Orleans
ii>od ; Bales 10,000 bales; for export and specula?
tion 1000 bales. Naval stores quiet.
NEW YORE, March 3-Noon.-Stocks Arm.
Money easy at 5a6 per cent. Sterling, long,
S'?'; short 9*?. Gold 15%- C2's, coupons, 13%;
Tennessee, ex-coupons, 55>?; new, 46%; Virginia,
ex-coupons, 68; new, 66>?; Louisiana, old, 72;
levee, sixes, 72; eights, 82; Alabama eights,
94; Aves, 62; Georgia sixes, 82; Bevens, 92>?; North
Carolina, old, 45; new, 23**; South Carolina,
old, 87; new, 80. Flour 6al0 cents lower. Wheat
l cent lower. Corn l cent better for new. Pork
Cull; mess $26 25. Lard quiet, 14J? cents. Cot?
ton steady, 23 cents. Turpentine steady, 44??
cents. Rosin quiet, $2a2 05 for strained. Freights
Evening.-Cotton steady; sales 5000 bales, at
22jia23c. Flour State and Western SalOc lower;
Southern without decided change. Wheat duU
at noon's decline; No. 2MIlwankle $115; Chicago
$114; rejected $1. Corn scarce, and 2a3o better;
new mixed Western $1 94al 99; old $102. Pork
firmer; new $26>i; prime $20J?a21. Lard heavy
at i5,'3'aiGc. Whiskey heavy at $lal 01. Rice
quiet; other groceries dull. Naval stores heavy.
Freights more active, cotton by steam, ii; by Bail
5-32a3-16d. Money 4a6; gold weak and low at WA,
but closed at 15; governments weak; 62'satl3;
Southerns, virginia higher; North Carolina weak;
BALTIMORE, March 3.-Cotton weak at 22)ic.
Floor active and firm for low grades. Wheat
firm; Pennsylvania red 28c. Corn scarce; white
94a96; yellow 92a93. Provisions firmer, and prices
unchanged. Whiskey flat at $1 to $101.
CINCINNATI, March 3.-Corn unchanged and In
fair demand. Whiskey steady at 94aft5c. Mess
pork dnU at $27. Bacon dall; sides l5^al6Xc
Lard dull and nominally 14al5c.
LOUISVILLE, March 3.-Corn steady at 93. Pro?
visions firm. Mess pork $27 50. Shoulders I2>ic;
clear Bides 16)?c. Lard, tierce, icc; keg 17c.
Whiskey firm at 95.
ST. LOUIS, March 3.-Corn dall; yellow 74a77c
prime to fancy white 7sa84. Whiskey firm at 94a j
95. Pork quiet at $27a27 60. Bacon quiet; shoul?
ders I2al2>4c; clear sides iGxai6%.
SAVANNAH, March 3.-Cotton In moderate de?
mand but declined; middling 22%c; receipts
1144; exports coastwise 43; Bales 400; stock 62,865
NORFOLK, March 3.-Cotton doll and heavy;
middling 20Jic; receipts 22 bales; exports, coast?
wise, 260 bales; sales none; stock 7209 bales.
GALVESTON, March 3.-Cotton quiet; good ordi?
nary 19c; receipts 1895 bales; exports, coastwise,
153 bales; sales 1050 bales; stock 48,159 bales.
MOBILE, March a-Cotton Irregular; middlings
21}?a21"?c; receipts 406 bales; exports coastwise
177 bales; sales soo bales; stock 74,201 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, March 3.-Cotton irregular;
middlings 22>ia22*?c; net receipts 2280 bales;
coastwise 624 bales; total 2004 bales; exports to
Liverpool 6222 bales; sales econ bales; stock 254,092
New York Rice Market.
Tho Journal of Commcrse, of March 1st say t?:
The market is quiet. Holders are tree sellers, but
lind the buyers backward. We quote 0i'7c. The
stock on hand is 7015 bags Rangoon and 2471 tes.
Carolina, acalnst 8300 bags Rangoon, 2762 tes
dressed Carolina and 6000 bushels rough do, same
time last year.
TheWorldor the same datesays: Only Jobbing
sales reported, rooting up about 50 tea, at 6,?a7o
I WILMINGTON, March 2.-TURPENTINE-321 bbls
received and sold at $2 80 for soft, and 165 for
I hurd, per 280 lbs.
Srinrrs TURPENTINE.-Sales reported nf only
30 bbls at 42c per gallon.,
ROSIN.-Sales or 740 bbls at $1 65 for strained,
and $1 60 for strained and No. 2.
TAR.-181 bbls changed hands at $2 per bbl.
COTTON.-Sales or 15 bal.s at 203?c; 3 at 21c,
and 76 at2l?<cper lb.
Interior Cotton Markets.
CuLGMMA, March 2.-Sales of cotton to-day 20
SUMTER. March 2.-Our cotton market has
been declining past week and closes at from 17
MACON, March 1.-Receipts to-doy lol; sales
203; shipped 305. The market was quiet with
moderate demand to-dny at 2l>?c. until tho New
York market was heard from, when prices here
fell otra full XC, and Hie market closed at 21 ?ic
COLUMBUS, March l-No orders, and few offer?
ings, and nominal prices was the order or the
market. A few bales of middling were sold at
2l'?c, but the market clo^d dull at 21c. Sales
25 bales ; recel pt s 30 ; sh I p -ts 61.
ATLANTA, March 1.-The market closed active
at 20Kc. lor middlings; 20 for low middlings; 18
forwood ordinary; 17% lor ordinary.
MONTGOMERY. March 1.-Cotton market dull
and tending downward. Low middling 20a21e.
Co m puru t iv,- Exports of Cotton and Rice
from the Port of Charlest on, from Sep?
tember 1,1809, to Slarrh 3. 1870.
IS. I.iUp'd. i Rice
S. I.iUp'd. i Rice
Other Br. Ports
Tot'l G. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. or Europe
Tot'l N. Europe
S. or Europe..
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports.
Bait, k Nr'folk
Oth. U. S. Ports
Tot'l Cse Port?
101 7045 j
425!, I 1218
Exporta of Rice-, Naval Stores and Lum?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1.1889. to March 3.1870.
Oth'r U S P'rts
Maj'a A M'ket.
St John's, NB.
Stocks of Cotton in the Interior Towns
not included in thc Receipts.
Augusta .fe Ham'g...February
Macon, Ga.February 25
Columbus, Ga.February 26
Montgomery, Ala...February 27
Selma. Alu.February li
Memphis, Tenn.February 21
Nashville, Tenn.February 26
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NOTE.-Wc have deducted from New Orleans
43,431 bales uplands, from Mobile - bales, from
Savannah 6853 bags sea Island and 60 bales up?
land, and from Charleston 3442 bags sea Is'an 1 and
151 bales upland-the quantities reculved'at those
ports from Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Charlcflion Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, fi yard
BALK KOPE, ft lb
COTTON, ft lb
Ordluary to good ordinary....
Middling to strict middling...
COFFEE, fi lb
Carolina Fertilizer, ft 2000 lbs. 60
Wando Fertilizer. 60
Double Refined Poudrctte.30
Niles' Phosphate. 63
Peruvian Guano, ? 2240 lbs... 100
Pacific Guano, ft 2000 lbs.66
Baugh's Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs 00
Rhodes' Phosphate, fi 2000 lbs 05
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
Orchillo Guano ($40 time).35
Mapcs' Super Phos, ft 20U0 lbs. 65
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime C5
Wooiston's Vcge'or, fi 2000 lbs 65
Croasdale'sGcn. Sup.Phos. net 60
Bowers' Complete Manure, net 60
Surdy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 05
Sardy's Pacillc Guano, cash... 60
Patapsco Guano. 05
E. Frank Co's Ammonlatcd
Bone Phosphate. 60
Coe's Pure DLssolved Bone- 62
Etlwan Guano, Ko l ($60 time) 54
KU wau Guano, No 2 ($70 Umc) 63
Zeb's Ammon'.ated Done Phos?
phate ($70 time). 60
FLOUR, ft bbl
Northern and Western Extra, c
GRAIN, ft bushel
HAY, fi cwt
North River. 1
LUMBER, ft M feet
Clear White Pine, flrst quality. 50
White riue, good run. 38
Grooved and tongued 28
MOLASSES, ft gallon
NAVAL STORES, ft bbl
Rosin, No. 1. 1
Rosin, No. 2. 1
Rosin. No. 3. 1
Spirits Turpentine, ft gallon..
Oakum, ft lb.
NAILS-American 4?20d., fi keg 5
POWBER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6
Dupont's, F.F.F. 8
Dupont's, Blasting. 4
PROVISIONS, ft lb
Lard, In keg.
Potatoes"irish, ft bbl. 2
Poultry-Chickens, ft doz.... 3
Fowls, ft doz. 6
BICE, fi lb-Carolina.
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse 1
SUGAR, ? ft-Raw.
HIDES. Green-^ lb.
Cn ESTNUTS-ft bushel. 4
.. @ ..
40 ? 1 80
00 ? 15 00
00 ? 75 00
25 GU 5 50
75 ftt C 00
25 ? 7 00
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00 @ 8 00
00 ? 9 50
72 @ 73
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ll ? 1 18
40 ? ..
00 @ 55 OQ
00 ? 40 00
00 ? 24 00
00 @ 15 00
00 W 32 00
4? ? 45
46 @ 55
60 ? 1 00
78 ? 80
21 @ 22
14 ? Uli
18 @ 19
10 ? 20
30 ? 40
15 ? 30
25 ? 5 50
50 ? 4 00
00 ? 6 00
:.0 ? 60
00 ? 4 00
00 ? C 00
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POUT C A JJ JE JV Z> A it.
New Moon, 2d, 3 hours, 20 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 10th, 7 hours, 52 minutos, morning.
Full 'loon, 17th, 8 hours, 32 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 28d. ll hours, 18 minutes, evening.
New Moon, Slat, 8 hours, 37 minutes, evening.
FED & MARCH.
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LIVERPOOL-Per French bark France-lill bales
upland cotton, .10 bags sea Island cotton, 236 tes
rice, 1881 bacs cotton seed.
Rio DE JANEIRO AND A MARKET-Per British
bark Contest-328,760 feet lumber.
NEW YORK-Per steamship South Carolina-12
bags sea island cotton, 182 bales uplund cotton. 30
tierces rice, 160 bales waste, 58 bales domestics,
47 packages oranges, and sundries.Per sehr
Receipts by Railroad. Mareil 3.
SO UTI! CAROLINA RAILROAD.
412 bales cotton, 00 bales domestics, 10 cars lum?
ber, 13 casks clay, 5 cars stock. To Railroad
Agont, Willis & Chlsolm, Claiborn, Herring Sc co,
G W Williams Sc co, Mowry Sc Son, o II Walter ,v
co, Thurston A Holmes, J B E Sloan. J R Pringle
?Son. Frost & Adger, W Wsmith, Pelzer, Rod?
gers Sc co, Gracser Sc Smith, Reeder Sc David, and
A J Salinas.
Per steamship Charleston, from New York
O Turncl), J CC Outerbrldge. B G Herring, John
Whltucy and wife, H Breslaw, J K Heath, W II
Macv, J H Macy and wife, Alice Macy, F II Macy,
C A Macy, Jr, E F Uuderhlll, R U Hull and wire, C
S Spooner and wife, Miss K B Andrews, J N Blunt
and wife. Master J Blunt and servant, and 9 in
CHARLESTON, S. C., MARCH 4.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-left
1st Inst, P M. Mdse. To J Adirer A co. J D Aiken
A eo, J ? Adger A co, Adams, Damon A co, G W
Almar, C D Ahrens A co, E Bates A co, T M Bris?
tol! A co, W M Bird A co, J U Bocsch, L Chap?n A
co. J Commins, T D Clancy A co, T M Cater, Cha?
peau A Hen ron, Clacius A Witte, Cameron, Bark
icy A co, 0 B Collins A co, J Campsen A co, Crane,
Boylston A co, M Drake, W C Dukes k co, L Ellas,
1) P Fleming A co, J S Fairly Sc co, Furchgott A
Bros, T P Forreston, Goodrich, Wlneman A co, W
Gurney. J I? Gilbert, H Gerdts A co, D Goldstein, J
W Harrisson, T T Hyer, Hart A co, N A Hunt, G II
Hoppock, Harbeson A co, J H Hillen, Johnston,
Crews A co, Jennings, Thomlinson A co, Jackson
A Douglass, E H Jackson, Kinsman A Howell, T
Kelly, Killick, Wlckenbcrg A co, E H Kellers, L
Keueckc, Il Liebman, Laurey A Alexander, Leng
nick, Sell A Foster, A J Mo-es, W M at th ?essen, J G
Milnor A co, Marshall A Burge, Muller, Nimitz A
co, McLoy A Rice, B K Neufvtlle, D O'Neill A Son,
B O'Neill, Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative Associa?
tion, E Perry, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Strauss, Vance
A co, Rlecke A Schachte, G W Stettens, Southern
Express Company, S C Railroad Agent, E B Stod?
dard A co, Street Bros A co, stall. Webb A co, W
Shepherd A co, Stenhouse A co, A U Stone. J B K
Sloan. A Sawncr, W A SKrino, p Tecklenburg, J
Tlctjen. S Thompson, W J Trim, F vim Santen, J
Wlrth A co. J N M Wohltmann. Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, W H Welch, Werner A Ducker. Commo?
dore Wescout, G Williams, G W Williams A co, W
J Ya;cs, and other?.
Merchants' Line sehr Myrover, Brown, New
York-8 days. Mdse. To W Roach St co, J E Ad?
ger A co, Adams, Damon A co. K T Brown. Boll
nianu Bros, E Bates A co, W M Bird A co. Came?
ron, Barkley A co.E RCowperthwalt. TD Clancy,
W ll Chufee A co, Macduir Cohen, Bowie, Moise A
Davis, J S Fairly A co, C D Franckc, B Foley, B
Feldman n A co, Goodrich, Winemnn A co, J Gor?
ham, Il Gerdts A co, P L Gnlllemln, W Gurney, T
M Horsey A Bro, Hart Sc co, J Heins, Jennings,
THoiiiliusou A co, U Klatte A ce, C L Kornnhrens,
Knobeloch A Small, Kinsman A Howell, Lcngnlck,
Sell A Foster, A Langer, W Little A co, C Lilien
thal A co, Muller, Nimitz A co, A McCobb, Jr, S R
Murshall, Marshall A Burge. N Mcrnaugh, Osten
dorn Sc co, li O'Neill, D Paul A co, E Perry, J A
Quur.kenbusl), S C Railroad Agent, N F. Railroad
Agent, Ravenel A Holmes, J U Remieker, W Shep?
herd A co, W P Russell A co, U H Sllcox, J S Swim
net tun, E II Stelling, li Slegling.Stoll, Webb A co,
Sieuhousc A co, A Tobias' Sons, J F Taylor A co,
F von Santen, G W Williams A co, W G WhUdeu
A co, W L Webb, Wagener A Monsees, S Yeadon,
Walker, Evans A Cogswell, J M Williams, Werner
A Ducker, W T White, Paul, Welch A Brandes, A
R Chucksell, D Osborn. C C Bowder, New High
Manufacturing Company, J N M Wohltmann, and
! otb- rs.
Sehr Wm F Garrison, Adams, Philadelphia-S
davs. Coal and mdse. To H F Baker A co, C D
Franckc, Clacius A Witte. J E Adger A co. Dr H
Baer, J M Esson A Bro. E H Kellers, W L Webb, lt
M Adams, J Rogers, S G Railroad Ajreut, E N Ful?
ler, G W Williams A co, Kinsman A Howell, Rave
nel A Holmes, Cameron Barkley A co, G W Sier?
ren?, T J Kerr A co, Hurt A co. find Order.
Sehr A J Bentley. Runnel), New York--8 days.
Mdse and acids. To W Ri adi A co, Wando Manu?
facturing Company, and others.
Sehr C ll Woods. Gandy, Philadelphia-7 days.
Coal. To thc Master, and C W Selgnious.
Sehr Sparkling Sea, Rose. Norfolk, Va, via Wil?
mington, N C. Corn. To West A Jones.
Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbattle. WeBt Point Mill.
141 tierces rice. To J Colcock A co. J L Shepherd,
Cohen, llunckel A co, Thurston A Holmes, and S
Received from Chisolm's Mill. 106 tierces rice.
To W C Bee A co, J L Shepherd, and E C Holland.
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New York
W A Courtenay.
French bark France, Exmelin, Liverpool-Mot?
tet, Iluchct A co.
British burk Contest, Scott, Rio dc Janeiro and
a Market-ll V (laker A co.
Sehr Moonlight, Briggs, New York-J A Enslow
British steamship Lumsden, Rutter, Liverpool.
Steamship South Carolina. Adkins, New York.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York,
British fteamship Adalla, Sanderson, Liverpool,
Spanish polacrc Ernieslnda, Rolg, Barcelona.
Spanish polacre Paulita, Vlcens, Barcelona, Feb?
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, New York, February 28.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr H G Hand, Hand, at Baltimore. March 1.
Sehr bin Bella, Fisher, at Boston, February 28.
Sehr S H Woodbury, Woodbury, at New York,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Tennessee, Chichester, from New
York, Mut ch 3. 4 P M.
Url? Mary ii Danu, O'Neill, from Bath, Me, Feb?
The sehr Abigail, Haley, from Charleston for
Weymouth, Mass, went ashore atScituate, Feb?
ruary 28, and became a toiul wreck. The crew
and cargo of phosphate rock were suved.
The sehr Thomas Runnel), from Ballimore for
Charleston, was on the Marino Railway, ut Nor?
folk, Va, February 26. Herstcrnpust will require
The sehr Palma, Rankin, from Georgetown, S
C, arrived at New York February 28.
Thc sehr W II Thorndike, rrom Luclcsvllle, S C,
arrived at baltimore March L
The sehr Mary Limeburner, from Bucksvillo." S
C, lor Belfast, Me, arrived at Holmes' Hole Febru?
LUt of Shipping
IN THE PORT OK CHARLESTON, MARCH 3.
Vessels under 100 tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Charleston. - tons, Berry, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, dlscliurgiiur-Janies Adger & co.
Champion. 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-Jumes Adirer A co.
Maryland, 531 tons. Johnson, at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-Paul CTrenliolm.
Zodlnc, - tons, Hines, at Atlantic wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading-J A T Getty.
Missouri, 824 tons, Bradburn, at Brown St co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-w li Smith A co.
R C Winthrop. 94o tons, Stewart, for Liverpool, at
Atlantic wharf, loading-Patterson A Stock.
David Brown, 905 tons. Nichols, at lien net t's
wharf, ror Adelaide, Australia, loading-Street
Bros A co.
Southern Chief, 1218 tons, IHzirins. at Atlantic
wkarr, for Liverpool, loading-Willis A Chisolm
Paclllc, - lons, Foss, at Atlantic whurr. from St
Thomas, W I, waiting-W ii smith A cu.
Skjold (Nor), 392 tons, Albrethsen, In Ashley River,
for Rio de Janeiro, loading-R Mure A co.
La Kemba (Br). 584 tons, Brown, at Accommoda?
tion wharf, for Liverpool, loadiDz-Henry
David McNott (Br), 502 tons, Lockhart, at Central
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
France (Fr), 505 tons, Exmelin. at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, ready-Mottet, Buchet
Annie Torrey, - tons, Libby, at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W Roach k co.
Contest (Br), 507 tons, Scott, In Ashley River, for
Rio de Janeiro, loading-H F Baker A co.
Elliott Ritchie, - tons, Fong, at Accommodation
wharf, from Guanape Isles, Peru, wultlng
Jennie Morton, 212 tons, Gam age, at Kerr's wharf,
for a Port in Cuba, ready-Risley k Creighton.
Monica, 143 tons, Libby, in Ashley River, for Bos?
ton, loading-J A Ens low A CO.
Francisco (Span), - tons. Riera, at Brown k co's
wharr, for Barcelona, loading-W P HalL
A F Larrabee, - tons, Wardwell, at Marshall's
wharf, from Wood's Hole, discharging-Mas?
Minnie Miller, -tons, Anderson, at Kerr's wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-T J Kerr A co.
Ortolan, 301 tons, Leeman, at Palmetto wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-J A Enslow
S H Sharp, 308 tons, Webb, at Central w*arf,
for Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A co.
Fannie H Backlln, 241 tons, Bucklin, in Ashley
River, for Wilmington, Del loading-J A Ens
low A co.
Moonlight, 190 tons. Briggs, at Palmetto wharf,
for New York, ready-J A Enslow A co.
Four Sisters, 266 tons, Shlrrar, in AshUy River,
for Philadelphia, loading-J A Enslow k co.
Nicanor, 112 tons, Hannah, at Palmetto wharf,
for Wilmington. N C, ready-J A Enslow A co.
J C Thompson, 210 tons, Jeffers. In Ashley River,
for Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A co.
nattle M Howes, - tons, in Ashley River, for
Balrimore, loading-Risley A Creighton.
Henrietta, - tons, Leavitt, In Ashley River, from
Boston, walting-Risley A Creighton.
B N Hawkins, 389 tons, Wyatt, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, leading-W Roach & co.
Young Teazer, 100 tons, Brlghtman, at Palmetto
wharf, for West Indies, loading-J A Enslow
. A co.
Daniel Brittain. 293 tons, Carroll, at Kerr's wharf,
for Wilmington, N C, ready-W Roach A co.
Chase, - tons, Gross, at Kerr's wharf, from Nor?
folk. Va, walting-Master.
E ll Kins, loo tons, Bragdou. in Ashley River, for
Baltimore, loading-J A Enslow A eo.
Gov Burton, - tons, Steelman, at Central wharf,
irom Baltimore, discbarglug - HF Baker
Virginia Dare, - tons. Johnson, at Brown A co's
wharf, from Berqulmans, N C, discharging
R M Butler A Son.
Myrover, - tons. Brown, at Auger's wharf, from
New York, discharging-W Roach A co.
A J Bentley, - tons, Buunell. at Wandu Compa?
ny's wharf, rrom New York, discharging- W
Roach A cc.
W F Garrison, - tons, Adams, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-II F Buker
C ll Wood?, - tons. Gandy, ot Marshall's wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-Muster.
LIST OF VESSELS
CP, CLEARED ?Ml SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
F O R E~? ON.
Bark A B Wyman, Wyman, saned.Jan 9
The Charlotte Maude, McNaughten, sailed..Dec 24
Hie Island Queen. Brook, sailed.Jan 16
Tho Nannie T Bell, Ackley, saUed.Feb 10
Hie Edith, Chcgwidden, sailed.Jan 29
British bark Wm Fisher, Barney, sailed....Feb 14
D O M E~S T I C .
Sehr C E Raymond, Hlgglus, np.Feb 15
sehr Ida Bella, Fisher, up.Feb 28
Sehr JJaggle Mulvey, Rogers, cleared.Feb 9
Sehr Dr Kane, Dodge, cleared...Feb 24
Sehr Montana, Parker, cleared.Feb 26
Brig Mary E Dana, O'Neill, sailed.Feb 25
Steamship Tennessee, Chichester, sid...March 3
Sehr Emeline McLaln, Hall, np.Feb 25
Sehr Commodore Kearney. Phllbrook, up..Feb 24
Sehr L A Edwards, Marshall, cleared.Feb 19
Sehr Murrin C Hart, Crawley, up.Jan Si
Sehr Ella, Pease, up.Jun 31
Sehr l?en Borland,-, up.Feb 17
Sehr M C Hurt, Hawley, cleared.Feb 20
Sc!;r Eclipse,-, np.Feb 22
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, cleared.Feb 25
Sehr .Marian Cane, Shepherd, up.Feb 24
Sehr Mu Blrdsull, BlrdsaJI, cleared.Feb 25
Sehr C S Edwards, Corson. up.Feb 26
Sehr S II Woodbury, Woodbury, up.March 1
Sehr E A Hooper, Cumpscn, up.Feb 15
Srlr Marv Stowe, Rankin, cleared.Feb 18
Sehr Bau Lilford, Irrell, up.Feb 24
Sehr II W Godirev, Sears, cleared.Feb 27
Sehr ti w r.unnell, Bunntll, cleared.Feb 1
Sehr Active, Coombs, cleared.Feb 19
Sehr Weenonah. Noyes, cleared.Feb 21
Sehr Emma B Shaw. Shaw, up.Feb 18
SchrSerena Jones, cleared.Feb 28
Sehr ll G Hand, Hand, up.March 1
Sehr Rosa. Drinkwater, saM>d.Jan 18
Sehr Elias Moore, DeGroot, nailed.Feb 25
P II O X I X GUANO.
W I L C O X. GIBBS .1- t'O.'S
GUANO, SALT AND rLASTE't COMPOUND,
for sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & GO,
IMPORTEES & DEALERS IN
No. Ol Bay street, Savannah.
No. 241 Broad street, Augusta.
No. 64 East Bay, Charleston.
KIT Send for Circular giving prices, terms, cer?
tificates, Ac. Janl8 tufs3moa
A GoX?TlT'^irrT'H E AV E S '
IMPROVED RICE DRILL.
Wi- oiw with confidence to the Rice Planters of
our State these improved and thoroughly success
ful Machines, having hud them tn operailon for
Hie past ihreo years In the hands or numerous
planters, whose* certificates of approval we will
lake pleasure in showing.
WE ALSO OFFER THE
"HICE BIRD" MOWER AND REAPER,
TOT harvesting Rico, which has been thoroughly
tested io the presence of many planters, und pro?
nounced by them a perfect success.
MONROE'S IMPROVED ROTARY HARROW,
ihebe?t and most perfect clod pulverizer, which
we guarantee to be thc best Murrow iu use.
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 62 EAST BAY,
fcbll mwflmo_Charleston. S. C.
J"A31 ES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYPE AND ELECTROTYPE
FOUNDRY AND PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE,
NOS. 28. 30 AND 32, CENTRE STREET.
CORNER READ AND DUANE STREETS,
A" K W Y ORK.
A large Stock of ENGLISH AND GERMAN
FACES, both Plain and Ornamental, kept on
hand. All Type cast at this establishment ls
manufactured from the metal known os Conner's
Unequalled Hard Type Metal. Every article ne?
cessary for a perfect Printing Onice furnished.
jPgggi (Efietmcalg, feg
JE N E T b ^
Ttl IE medicine la known to the faculty as being
the concentrated fluid extract of Sarsaparilla
united with Carbolic Acid, and ls guaranteed as
FOR THE CUBE OP
SCROFULA AND CONSUMPTION.
This remedy is compounded expressly for puri?
fying and cleansing the blood of aU Infirmities,
going at once to the fountain-head of disease. It*
TUMORS. CONSUMPTION, SYPHILIS, SEIN EB?E
TIONS. SALT RHEUM, BOILS, RHEUMATISM,
.WASTE OF VITALITY, SCROFULA.
We aU know that the promiscuous vaccinatiOB
indulged in during the late war bred the most vll
lanous diseases. Vaccination pus was taken from '
the arms of many persons Tull of scrofulous sores.
Then of course the impurities of the scrofulous
patient was absorbed in the blood of men other?
wise without diseases, and both became infected
alike. Men, women and children throughout aU
the West are most wofully diseased from this
cause, and knew not until a few months ago, the
origin of it.
HENRY'S CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR .
Relieves the Entire System of Pains and Aches,
enlivens the Spirit, and sends New Blood
BOUNDING THROUGH EVERY VEIN.
It Imparts a
Sparkling Brightness to the Eye,
A Rosy Glow to the Cheek,
A Ruby Tinge to the Lips,
A Clearness to the Head,
Brightness to the Complexion,
Buoyancy to the Spirits,
And Happiness on all Sides.
For all affections of the kidneys it ls unsurpassed.
People have been rescued, as it were, fro* the
very Jaws of death, by a timely use of this great
EXTRACTS FROM VARIOUS LETTERS.
"Doctor, I was vaccinated in the hospital Be?
fore that I had no skin disease. Until I bad a bot?
tle of your 'Constitution Renovator,' sent me by
Mr. Roper, of Columbia, Ma, 1 suffered tortures
with running sores. Since I used two bottles I
am all well except a small sore on the eau* of my
left leg, and that ls getting well fast."
This from a lady: "And now my sklc lr- as clear
and fair as a babe's. My complexion, thanks to
your 'Renovator,' is beautiful."
"No more rheumatism. Three bottles of Con?
stitution Renovator have made me a new man."
"Doctor, enclosed lind $5. Please send me a.
supply. Two famll'cs here want to try your Con?
Wc have not space lor moro of the above .ex?
tracts, bnt you can ask your neighbor about the
remedy. Every one has something good to say,
as lt cures every time.
KOK ALL DISEASES OF THE
KIDNEYS, RETENTION OF THE URINE, 4c kc.
And for Female Discuses,
Nervous Prostration, Weakness, General Lassi?
tude, and Want or Appetite, lt is unsurpassed.
CAUTION!-In ordering our remedy always place
the nnmber nf our Postoftlcc Uoxnn yonr letters.
The new law of our New York Postoffleo compels
DR. M. E. HENRY k CO.,
Director General Berlin Hospital, Prussia.
AGENCY OF THE UNITED STATES.
Laboratory, 27? Tearl Street, Postofflce Box 6272.
?"CONSTITUTION RENOVATOR ls $1 per bot?
tle, six bottles for $5. sent anywhere on receipt
of price. Patients are requested to correspond
confidentially, and reply will be made by following
mall. Sold by all respectable Druggists.
Agents for South Carolina,
DOWIE, MOISE k DAVIS.
W^TI SOLD EVERYWHERE.
' & WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
N. B. Thc Commissioner of Reven mt has decided
that aav dealer can sell this article without a
special license. mch2 DAG
No. 291 KING STREET, CORNER WENTWORTH,
AGENT FOR THE MANUFACTURERS
STAR S H I R T S t
EACH QUALITY OF SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
No. 42.$2 00
No. 62. 2 50
Ka 92. 3 50
p H 12 C H A^iTT?^^ll ACE
.?3 - %
This BRACE, ba Its peculiar construction, has.a_
the advantages of
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACES
First. It does not disarrange the Shirt Bosom.
Second. It cannot slip off the shoulders. Third.
There ls less strain on the buttons of the pants
than with common Suspenders. Fourth. Each
section of the pants can be adjusted Independent?
ly. Fifth. By means of the Adjustible Back Strap
a gentle or powerful Brace can be obtained.
Sixth. It attaches to the pants at the same points
that the ordinary Suspender does.
Sole Agent in Charleston,
E . SCOTT,
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,,
Meeting street, Opposite Market ?all.