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That Little Bell.
Apropos of Mr. Seward's little bell, "Darby
I)ocW,n otthe Metropolitan Record, bas been
giving the ex-Secretary a grand "reception"
on bia own hook-and this travesty of Tenny?
son, lt seems, was part of the special arrange?
Ring out, small beU, to sea and sky.
To North and South and East and West
Young Freedom's dying; lt ls best;
Ring out, small bell, and let her die.
Ring out the right, ring In the wrong.
Klug, little bell, across the la^-l :
From fort to fort, from strand to strand,
Ring ont the weak, ring in the strong.
Ring out the ioog-loved heritage
Bequeathed by true and valiant men;
Ring oat old-fashioned shapes, and then
Ring in a more progressive age.
Ring ont all pride in parer blood,
All notions of superior race;
Ring out what Heaven will not efface.
Ring in a general brotherhood.
Ring out the right, ring In the wrone,
- Ring, little bell, across the land,
From fort to fort, from strand to strand,
Ring in the glory of the strong._
MATANZAS-i er Br sehr Nora Howes-101 hhds
6Ugar, 200 boxes sugar, 3 hhds and 100 bbls mo?
lasses, 40,000 oranges, 25 dozen pineapples.
Taj* Charleston Cotton, Bice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, )
MONDAY EVENING, March 28, 1670. (
COTTON.-The demand for this staple was to a
moderate extent, stock light and prices of some
grades rather less Brm. Sales about 225 bah?
viz: 2 at lei-'; l at 17; 19at 18; 12at 18X; 6 at
18x; io at 19.x; 8 at ?X; 18 atiox; 45 at 20; 7 at
20>?: 22 at 20#; ? at 21; 8 ?t 21>?; 16 at 21X. We
Ordinary to good ordinary.17>?@19>?
-RICE.-The market for this grata showed an j i
easier tendency; s ales about 120 tierces or clean
Carolina, say 49 tierces at 4?; 28at4X; 88 at 5c
We qnote common to fair clean Carolina at 4X@5
good S.U@?Jie fl lb.
NAVAL STORES.-There were sold 97 bbls or pale
and extra pale'rosin at S4, $4 25, $4 50 and $5 ft
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, 3,'J fl Hi on
upland?, and lXd on sea islands; by sall, %d ft ft
on upland cotton, and Xd ft Bi on sea
island cotton. To Havre, by ?.team, nomi
nal; by sall, nominal at Xe on upland:
and ixe on sea islands. Coastwise to
New York, by steam, Xe fi lb on uplands
and Xe on sea islands; by sall, Xe fl lb on np
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by Ball, X
@ % c fl lb on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam
Xe ft Yb on uplands; by sall, somewhat norn
mal. To Baltimore, by steam, x@Xc ft Ita on
uplands; by sall somewhat nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day's bills 20@20X
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
at par, and seU at X premium.
GOLA.-Buying at ll, and selling at 13.
Market? by Telegraph.
* UTERFOOZ. March 28-Evening.- Cotton closed
irregular; uplands UallX; Orleans lixalixd;
sales 10,000 bales; speculation and exports 1000
bales. Shipments from tombay to the 26th,
since last report, 29,000. Brt.vJstuffs firmer. Red
winter wheat ?slOdalls. Corn2Ss3d. Beefl04s
LONDON, March 28-Evening.-Consols 93X
Bonds closed steady at 90X- Tallow 46s. '
FRANKFORT, March 28.-Bonds opened flat at
PARIS, March 28.-Bourse steady. Rentes 74?
NEW YORK, March 2i-Noon.-Cotton quiet
and unchanged, floor unchanged. Wheat steady.
Corn lc better. Pork quin. Lard steady. Tur?
pentine 47c Freights unchanged. Stocks dall,
voney easy at 6ao per cent. Sterling, long, sxc.
Short, ?. Gold ll*. ?2'8. 9X- Tennessees 5S;
new 68; Virginias 08X: nev- 69; Lonisiat as, new,
72X; levee sixes 76; eights 91. Alabama eights
?7X;nve? Gwrgia sixes 84; sevens 92; North
Carolln?sTold, 46; new 22X; South Carolinas, old,
SS; new 82.
Evening.-Cotton unchanged*, sales 1700 bales.
Four and wheat unchanged. Corn $la2better;
mixed Western $1 02 to $1 03. Pork Armer; mess
$26X. Lard lower; kettle l4Xal5Xc Sogar
easier; Havana 8X*9X- Naval stores unchanged.
Freights quiet. Discounts 7a8; coupons, 1881,
15X; sixty-twos 9X; rour's BX! Aves 8X; new 7X;
sevens 8; eights 8X; rortya 6; Virginias 67X;
new 67; Louisianas 74; new 72X; levees 75X;
eights 91X; Alabama eights 97X; fives 77; Geor?
gia sLxes 86; sevens 92; South Carolinas 89; new
BOSTON, March 28.-Cotton dull and prices nom?
inal. Middlings 23XC. Sales 2800 bales; net re?
ceipts 17; coastwise 868; total 882; stock 13,000.
BALTIMORE, March 28.-Cotton very firm, hold?
ers asking higher rates; middlings 22\c; sales
285 bales; net receipts 95; coastwise 77; total 172;
CINCINNATI, March 28.-Corn firm at 7?aS0c.
Whiskey firm at 93a94c. Mess pork firm and
quiet, at $27. Sides in fair demand at 15al5Xc;
held X higher. Lard 16c
LOUISVILLE, March 28.-Corn steady at 93c.
Provisions firm. Pork $27a27 60. Shoulders lia
HXc; clear sides I6al6xc Whiskey 04o95c>
Money 5*6. Sterling doll, 8X. GoldllallX. Gov?
ernments firmer. Sixty twos 9X- Southerns
NORFOLK, March 28.-Cotton dull; middlings
20c Sales 25 bales; receipts 861; exports coast?
wise 613; stock 6367.
SAVANNAH, March 28.-Cotton quiet; middling
ai^'c- sales 300 bales; receipts 928; exports, coast?
wise, US; Stock 62,945.
GALVESTON, March 28.-Cotton doll. Good or?
dinary is xe Sales 320 bales; receipts 664; ex?
ports to France 1430; stock 37,174.
MOBILE, March 2S.-Cotton dull. Middlings 2lc i
Sales 200 bales; receipts 774; coastwise exports 54; <
stock 66,134. ;
NEW ORLEANS, March 28.-Cottc steady and in 'j
fair demand; middlings 21XC. Sales 3900 bales; 1
net receipts 7760, coastwise ?67, total 7977 bales. ]
Bxports to Great Britain 2347; to France 3628; to ]
"New York 2581; to Boston 1481. Stock 201,786. 1
Floor quiet at $4, $4 zs, $s 25 and $0. Corn ?
e&3ier and soft at 76c; white $1; yellow $106. f
Oats 60862. Bran firm at $u5i nay. prime, $28. c
PorK SSS at $28 26a28 60. Bacon firm at lix, r<
15X, 16X. Sugar-cured hams 18. Lord firmer; 0'
tierce 16al5X; keg 16Xal7. Sngar quiet; prime *
loxan. Molasses, reboiled, 4?, 50,65. Whiskey p
?3a97x. Coffee firm at i6al7X- Cotton Irregular tl
at 21X022. Gotd nx- Sight X premium. Ster?
ling 2ix. d
Rio de Janeiro Market.
RIO DE JANEIRO, February 22.-[Wright ? Co.]
COFFEE.-Sales since the 21st ultimo amount tu
122,500 bags, or 59,600 bags for th? United States;
61,500 bags for the Channel and North; 6700 bags
for the south or Europe, and 4900 bags for else?
where, (of which 20W for the Cape or good Hope.)
Or same, 59.000 bags have been sold since writing
our report of the 5th Instant, per Steamer Ama?
zone, via Bordeaux, say 24,100 bags for the ?sit?u
S'.fltcs : 28,000 bags mr the Chan Hfl and North;
1300 bags for the south of Europe, and 2600-bags
for elsewhere. The receipts from the Interior are
limited, estimated at about sooo bags per day for
the lost fortnight. High prices aud a compara?
tively limited business have been the fe itures of
our market requiring present notice. The stock
has somewhat Increased, and ls put down nt
65,000 bags. We continue to quote fines swoo to
811600: superiors 8llu00 to 8B200; good first WOO to
711700; regular first 6?500 to 711100, and ordinary
first 6D000 to 611300 per arrobe. ?marj
BOSTON. March 25.-COTTON.-The market is
quiet. There Is very little doing at quotations
We quote mlddliugs at 22a23c; low middlings 21a
22; good mlddligs 2t; good ordinary 20; ordinary
19c per pound. The total receipts for the week
are 4550 bales, of which 157 bales came by the
Bonton and Albany railroad, 620. by the Prov!
dence Railroad, 8 by the Old Colony and Ntwport
Railroad, 478 rrom New York. 912 rrotn Norlolk
l?s from savannah, 746 from New Orleane, 65 from
Wilmington, and 1407 from Galveston.
FISH.-There oontinues to be a moderate de?
mand for fish, and while there ls no special ac?
tivity, quoutbns are weil sustained. We quote
Georges codfish at $7a7 50 rer qtl; Grand Bank at
$6 50a8 75; haddock at $3a3 25; hake $4 per qtl,
packed; pollock $3 50a(4 per qtl; meas mackerel
$35 per bbl; No 1 shore $28 60a$29; No l bay $27;
No 2 at $16a$16; medium 3's $9a9 50; large 3'a at
$13 per bbl. Alewives in bond sell at $4a$6 per
bbl; pickled nerring $4a$7 per bbl;, box berring
28a?Sc Tor No 1, and 50a55c for scaled.
GUNNY BAGS.-The market is quiet, with sales
of 500 bales, to arrive, at Ile, gold, in bond, and
250 bales, to arrive, at ll vc, gold, In bond, and
they are now held at il Kc.
GUNNY CLOTH.-In view of higher prices at Cal?
cutta the market is firm, and there have been
sales of 100 bales at 20c, gold, cash, duty paid; 100
bales at 22#c, currency, 60 days and Interest; 250
bales, August delivery, at I5c, gold, in bond; 250
bales. May delivery, at 16c, gold, in bold;300 bales
at. 22KC, cash.
The New York Klee Market.
The Journal of Commerce of the 26th says:
"There is more doing In lines, tnt at prices favor?
ing the buyers. The holders do not appear to have
much confidence and are willing to sell even at
concessions. Some 400 tierces have been sold at
SaoKc Tor common to prime. Selected lots bring
From the World of the same date: "Holders
keep the market well supplied, and prices are still
depressed at about 4 ?;a5 \'c for common to prime
Carolina, and 6a6Kc for choice and fancy. Sales
to-day, in lots, 375 tierces to the trade."
From the Times: "Rice Continues dull and
heavy, Including Carolina at $5a6 25 currency;
Rangoon, lu bond, $2 87Ka325,gold, per loo lbs.
Murray, Ferris & Co.'s Naval Stores
NEW TORE, March 26.-SPIRITS TURPENTINE.
In the first naif or the week was very doll, with
sales of only 200 bbis at 40*46Kc. Later we had
a more active business, 1200 bbis changing hands
at, 16347 new, 46 to arrive and 46Ka48 New York
bbis, closing strong at 46K&47 mer. Receipts 903
bbis. Exports 22? bbis.
ROSIN.-All grades have ruled very dull, and
good strained will not bring over $2. The sales
are 13.000 bbis, of which 10,000 are low grades.
Receipts 12,624 bbis. Exports 10,534. The market
for virgin rosin has not fully opened, and the few
small parcels received this month have made no
impression, and alford no criterion of probable
values. It ls however qalte evident that prices
must rule low as compared with last year as the
difference lu gold ls 2i per cent, on the average
of April, May. June and July. On the eve of a
new season, we Invite the attention of distillers
to the necessity of greater care than usual in put?
ting up rosin, so that the quality In each barrel
will be uniform. Neglect In this respect subjects
all concerned to great trouble and expense, be?
sides very g: ave suspicions of fraud. The experi?
ence of the past Beason, wc think, justifies this
reference to what ls recognized by the trade as a
serious and growing eviL
WILMINGTON, March 26.-TURPENTINE.-Re
:eipts to day 23 casks; tor the week 538 casks. No
jales to report to-day.
ROSIN.-Receipts to day 460 bbis; tor the week
3042 bbis. No transactions to-day.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of 20 bbis virgin
lew crop, at $5 per bbl, and 83 bbis at $2 76 for
toft and 165 for hard.
TAX.-Sales of 101 bbis at $1 75 per bbl.
COTTON.-Receipts to-day 67 bales; for the week
$64 bales. Sales or 4 bales at 17, 6 at 18, 3 at 19,
md 25 at 20c per lb.
NASHVILLE, March 25.-COTTON.-Market en?
tirely nominal and no change In quotations.
Inferior I2al4;ordinary 15al6; good ordinary 17a
18; low middling 19c.
Stock on hand September 1,1869. None.
Received to-day. n3
Shipped to-day. 26
Stock on hand. 6,058
FLOUR.-Market buoyant at $5a6 75 for supers
CORN MEAL-We continue to quote at $1 per
CORN.-Shipments to-day or 12.100 bushels at $1
?er bushel, sacked and delivered In depot.
WHEAT.-Sales or 3U0 bushels prime white, in
tore, at $125.
.Receipts by Railroad. Mareil '48,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
562 bales cotton. 30 hales domestics, 146 sacks
it meal. 2 cars stock. To Railroad Agent, W W
loach, Cleghorn, Herring ft co. W A Courtennv.
'elzer, Rodgers A co. G II Walter A co, W CConn?
ey A co. Frost A Adger, Graeser A Smith. W W
imith, Thurston A Holmes, ftavene! A- co. W Gur?
ley. J R Pr'ngle * Son, Kirkpatrick ft Witte, and
Vagner, Stewart A co.
Per steamship Sooth Carolina, from New York
[ W Bache, Mrs Foley, L H Taft, U R Gladding.
A Gladding. T Flanegan, F Stone, J Lucine, J O
larrison, L Thomas, T J Adams. J W Klss:\m. J
ymes, Capt R Peck. L Larcutn. 1> Hartley, Mrs W
ngram, E Ueny, J Hager. W W Downs.
few Moon, 2d, 3 hours, 20 ?"Tates, morning,
"rat Quarter, loth. " Zours, 52 minutes, morning,
'nil M cou. 1?* ti, 8 hours, 32 minutes, morning,
last Quarter, 23d. ll hours. 18 minutes, evening.
?cw Moon, 31st, 8 hours, 37 minutes, evening.
Men. A APRIL.
2 Saturday -
SUN I MOON
SETS. fu. A 3.
M A lil SE NEWS.
CHARLESTON, MARCH 29.
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New York
ert Thursday, P M. Mdse. To Wagner. Huger
k. co, vr A Courtenay, Jno P U Alley. Mrs H Arm
itrong, J D Aiken A co, C N Averill A son, J Arcn
ir, CD Ahrens, Andrews A Salvo, Adams Express
;ompanv, J Apple, A, B, Wm M Bird A co, W J
tooth, Blnm A Miller, W 0 Bee ft co, E T llrown,
? M Bristoll A co, J A Brewer. J Commins, John
;ommiugs, C Carwile ft Bros, Claclus ft Witte,
;araeron. Barkley ft co, L Cohen ft co. Douglas
lc Miller, M Drake, Dow ie, Moise ft Davis, Hon I)
I Donaldson. Edgerton A Richards, S Emanuel,
.Istelle ft Haas, J Franck, B Poley, J S Fuirly ft
:o, D F Fleming ft co. Rev A M Folchl, Furchgott
? Bro, J Goudkop, P L Culllessin, Goodrich, Wine
nan ft co, W A Gibson, Granltevillc Manufactur
ng co, Mrs E Haas, Holme" ft Calder, N E Ruil
oad co, C Hickey, N A Hnnt, Hart ft co, Harbe?
rn ft co, Tobias' Sons, H H ft W, N A Mount, J H
lappoldt, Jennings, Tnomhnson ft co, Jeffords ft
0, J ft co, J Jones, Johnston, Crews ft co, J T ft
;o. King & Gibbon, Killick, Wlckenberg ft co, J B
Lelp. Kirkpatrick ft Witte, C Kerrison, G J Luhn,
i W Linley, A Langer, A R Le with, L, O A Moses,
M Martin. M Marks, J McGarey, P, Melchcrs ft
fuller, Menke ft Muller, McLoy A Rice, L Miehal
iwlicb, McCarthy A Roy, Marshall A McMillan, A
lorgnn, T McCartv, W A Mertcas. R C Mather. J
: MsNalr, G A Norwood, W ft M North. S ft W, J
? O'Neill 4 Son, D O'Neill ft Son, Order, D Paul ft
0, C F Panknin. E Pcrrv. L J Potter, Palitzer M,
'aul, Welch ft Brandes, J R Read ft co, B Rice, R
, L A co, W Shepherd ft co, W steele, J Small ft
o, G W Steffens, Stol!, Webb ft co, J A Sanders. S
.trauss. Escott, M Stern, J Shaw, A R Stillman,
i Watts. A Sumner. J E Speur. S Thomson, W J
'rim, Triest ft H, J U V?llers. W G Wadden, W L
Vebb, D A Walker, Walker, Evans ft Cocsw*-' ??
V Walker ft co, J Winn & co, Whittciuorc ft
thodes, J M Williams, W J White, L Weiskopf, W J
'ates, O Eft AS Johnson FM Stone, P L Uargon*
Tie South Carolina met with a hurricane off Look
iut Shoals, which lasted for about 12 hours. Pass
d steamsnlps Virgo, America and ll Livingston,
rom Savannah; also, the Tennessee and San Ja
Steamship Montgomery, Falrcloth, Savannah,
jr New York-left the former city on Saturday,
ut was detalBed at Tybee n;!!! Sunday, at 3 A
L About four hours after leaving the latttT
olnt. the propeller became disabled and thc ship
ame off this bar under canvas; was towed up to
Hs city by the U s steamer Alanthus.
Sehr Central America, Williams, New York-S
ays. Mdse. To Wm Roach & co, W B Smith ft
0. and Savannah and Charleston Railroad.
Sehr Minnehaha, Sanders, Cardenas-1 days,
[olasses. To the Master. Bound to N> wport, R
and put in for a harbor, having experienced a
accession of heavy cast aud northeast gales, and
ad but ene observation since leaving port.
Sehr Lamartine, Foss, Baltimore-5 days. Coal.
oJA Enslow ft co, Etiwan Manufacturing co,
Br sehr Nora, Howes, Matanzas-7 days. Sugar
ud molasses. To W P Hall. Experienced heavy
Sst ami northeast gales, lost foresail, two jibs,
nd spilt mainsail.
Sehr S V W Simmons. Williams, Philadelphia-8
ays. Coal. To tl F Baker ft co, aud thc Gas
Sehr Carlton Jayne, Brown, Baltimore-3 days,
ora, oats and flour. To T J Kerr ft co, Mordecai
; co, Stenhouse 4 co, C N Averill ft Sou, Wagner
Sehr E S Conant, Gcrrlsh, Baltimore-8 days,
om. To J A Enslow ft co, and West ft Jones.
Sehr Gun ROCK, Bangs, New York-0 days,
luano. To Risley ft Creighton, Pelzer, Rodgers ft
0, W B Smlih ft co, Wilcox, Gibbs ft co.
Sehr Mand Webster, Wentworth. Kew York-8 ' *
lays. Gnano and acids. To J A Enslow ft co, ll
l Calhoun, T J Kerr ft co, Wando Manufacturing
o, Pelzer, Rodgers ft co.
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbatl, West Point Mill. 123
cs rice. To Cohen, Uanckel 4 co, Fraser 4 Dil),
Sloop Ark, Relyea, from Wadmalaw, with cargo
?f sehr Frances Ann.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull. New York.
Sehr L A Edwards, Marshall. Uhitiiaore.
S?K ?r IraneA Uodse- Providence, R 1.
a?L oa.rl,a.n 0&*e> Shcpnerd, Georgetown. S C.
i;?!f 2 Ho?Per, Champion, Rocksville, SC.
Sehr A s Gaskin, Gaskin, Wilmington, S C.
FROM THIS FORT.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York,
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr E H Eaton, Shackford, at Baltimore,
Sehr Frank & Emily. Colley, at Baltimore,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Zodiac, Hines, at Philadelphia,
Sehr Palma, Rankin, at New York, March 24.
Consignees per steamship Zodiac, from Phila?
delphia, expected to-day-Jno A Theo Getty, S C
Railroad Agent, J D Aiken A co, A H Abrahams A
Son, J P B Alley, J H Abraham, E J Adams, T M
Bristoll A co. H F Baker A co, Bndd A Blake, Boll
mann Bros, Byrne A Fogartie, H Bischoff A co, W
S Bissen? Cameron, Barkley A co, A B Collins A
co, Z Cordes, McD Cohen, Claclus A Witte, WS
Corwin A co, L Elias, E F Falk, Fonartles' Book?
store. H Gerdts A co, J Henry, M Hawker A co,
Mrs M Hamkinler, Holmes' Bookstore, M Humsker
A co, G E Johnson, Mrs R Jacobs, C Kerrison, C L
Kornarhens, H Klaue A co, Kinsman A Howell,
G J Lohn, C Lilienthal A co, L Mann, Mantoue A
oo, J G Milnor A co.Mrs. W A Mehrtens, N E Rail?
road co, c O'Neill. E Perry. C P Poppenhelm, J A
Quackenbnsh, J H Renneker, P Schackmnn, w
Steele, E H Stelling, C Stackley. B F Simmons, W
Ufferhardt, Stenhouse A co, Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, W Webb. J White, P Wal3h, Wagner A
Monsees, G W Williams A co, J A Yates.
The sehooners Z Stcelman, from New York, and
Ida Bella, from Boston, arrived on Saturday, were
consigned to W Roach A co. The former had the
following consignees: W C Dukes A co. Cohen,
Hanckel A co, Pclzer, Rodgers A co, and Railroad
The brig Julia EA very. Coombs, from George?
town, S C, for Bath, Me, arrived at Holmes' Hole
March 24; had heavy weather and split sails.
The sehr A A Holt, Gordon, from Georgetown,
S C, arrived at New York March 24.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP,jj CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Steamship (Br) Aragon, Houison, sid-March
me Nannie T Bell, Acklcv, sailed.Feb 10
nie Edith, Chegwiddcn, sailed.Jan 2")
?chr Mary Lymburner, Lansll, sailed....March
Span brig Tomas, Rosas, cleared.March io
DON SS TIC.
?chr C E Raymond, Higgins, cleared... .March 9
?chr S N Smith. Smith, up.Marra 9
sehr Anna E Glover, Terry, cleared.March 23
Sehr Commodore Kearney, Phllbrook, up..Feb 24
?chr Georgia, Brier, up.March 3
Sehr Palma, Rankin, cleared.March 24
sehr Lilly, Hughes, cleared.March 23
sehr W G Dearborn. Scull, cleared.March 21
sehr B N Hawkins, ;7yatt, up.March 22
Sehr Mattie Holmes,-, np.March 22
steamship Zodiac. Hines, cleared.March 24
Sci r Anna Little. Crawford, up.March 7
Sein Jeddle. Trort. cleared.March 23
Sehr Edie L Smith, Smith, np.March 20
Sehr nampden, Perkins, cleared.March 24
Sehr II G Bird, Drinkwater, up.March ll
<enr Frank A Emily, Colley, up.March 25
sehr E U Eaton, Shackford, up.March 25
?iehr Clara Bell, Amesbury, up.March 18
?nmbcr, Snci, &z.
LUMBER ! LUMBER ! LUMBER !- I
Constantly on hand, all kinds and sizes of |
Southern PINE LUMBER, also Shingles, Plaster
ng LathB, Ac. Lumber Sawed to order and de
ivered along (he line nf the Railroads on the
milks of the rivers. Sales will be made on time,
viien required, with approved city acceptances.
Mantera and others wishing Lumber would do
veil to examine mv slock before purchasing
Iscwhere. Ottlce. Yard and Planing Mills on
Iorlbeck'8 Wharf, near Northeastern Railroad
>epot. JOHN C. MALLONEE.
mch24 mst ulm o
n J. SC1ILE PEGRELL,
.'o.*37 LINE STREET. BETWEEN KING AND
LUMBER of every description and BUILDING
?ATKRIAL, Lime and Plastering Laths, PaintB,
ills, ?lasses, Shingles: also Groove and Tongue
lourds, Ac, constuntlv on hand at the lowest
larket price.*; also, Vegetable Boxes
A LL THOSE DESIROUS OF SUPFLY
nL INO themselves with PASSOVER BREAD
ind MATZOTH FLOUR, should leave meir orders
it my store, or Messrs. KINSMAN BROfi'. Bakery,
<o. 84 Market street. Terms cash; shipments per
Express C. 0.1). B. D. SCH?R,
Corner Meeting and Hasel streets.
mchio stn4 _
QLEANLINESS NEXT TO GODLINESS.
THE UNIVERSAL RUBBER BATH
s adjustable for convenient nse In a Shower, Sit
ins-. Hip and Submergent Bath, combining sim
ilicity, convenience and comfort.
I beg to Inform the public that I have the Agen
:y fur the sale of these Baths in this State, and
un now prepared to show by sample at my Store,
heir superiority over all other Bathing Appara
us heretofore Invented.
F . V 0-N 8 A KT K N ,
Dealer in all kind? of Rubber Goods, Nursery
>hecHne, Ac, and importer of Paris Fancy Goods,
Toys, Fireworks, Ac.
No. 229 KING STREET,
Next to Academy of Music.
RISH ROOFING FELT
'HE 15EST, CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Material for Rooting known.
For sale by
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
mch24 Charleston, S. C.
lo. 291 KINO STREET", CORNER WENTWORTH,
AGENT FUR THE MANUFACTURERS
S?CH QUALITY OF SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
PEACES AS FOLLOWS:
No. 42.$2 00
No. 52..,?.A. 2 50
No. 72.?. 3 00
No. S?-i. 3 50
J^OTT .EREK'S IMPROVJED
RICE PL AN TE R .
This PLANTER has been used with great snccess for the past three years. It makes, so.ws and
covers jour trenches at once. Thc driver can see the work while rifling, and the wheels allow the
outer drills to ran as near the ditches as may be desired, lt only needs to be examined to satisfy
any planter of its superior advantages. A silver medal was awarded at the South Carolina Agri?
cultural and Mechanicl Society Fair. Manufactured and for sale by
WILLIAM ??. HENEREY,
. MACHINIST AND FOUNDER, No. 014 MEETING SUREST,
mehi tuthsimo Charleston, S. C
HE BEST AND CHEAPEST CULTIVATORS.
THE EXCELSIOR CULTIVATOR, NO. 3,
FOR ONE HORSE.
AND FOR TWO I70RSES,
THE EXCELSIOR CULTIVATOR, IVO. 1.
These MACHINES have been thoroughly tested and warmly approved by some of the most expe?
rienced Planters or our State. Also,
MONROE'S IMPROVED ROTA R V HARROW.
WAGONER A MATHEWES' IMPROVED RICE DRILL.
TUE RICE BIRD REAPER, lor harvesting Rice.
For sale at Factory prices, Freight added, by
[J . E. A. I> G E R ?Sk CO.,
Sole Agents ror thc State,
No. 62 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
p A L M E T T O
WHITE LEAD3 ZINC AND COLOR WORKS,
? Xo. 1 PIIILAUELPIIIA STREET,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. ,
HIE ABOVE WORKS ARK NOW IN FULL OPERATION AND PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE
Trade and Consumers with LEADS, ZINCS and COLORS, or every grade and supehir qualities, at
NEW YORK PRICES.
HOLMES ,t CALDER, Proprietors,
No. 205 EAST BA? STREET.
Drugs, (Erjetmeals, &c.
?NOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
(211 Washington street, X. Y.
For Cleaning WINDOWS (without water;) re?
moving Stains from MARULE and FAINT; Polish?
ing KNIVES, (no scratching;) Washing DISHES,
scrubbing FLOORS, FLOOR CLOTH, TAULES,
BATH TCHS, Ac; Polishing Tin, Brnss. Iron,
Copper nnd steel Wares; Removing Gums. Oil,
Rust and Dirt from Machinen*. Indispensable
for House Cleaning, and all uses (except washing
clothes.) It costs but a lew cents, and ls sold by
all good Grocery, Drug and Noiion Stores.
For sale by GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, and DOWIE, MOISE A
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists, Chat leston, S. C.
ROSAD ALIS. ?
ROS AD ALIS.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.,
Direct importers ol European Drug3 and Chem?
icals. Charleston. S. C. may? ninthly
& WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
N. B. The Commissioner or Revenue has decided
that any dealer can sell this article without n
special license. mch 2
(?loi.'jing ano ?nrmsfpng (Soobs.
THE ADVANTAGES WE ENJOY
as the result of a long established
and successful business enables us to
offer inducements that makes this
announcement worthy of
Importing our foreign goods* di?
rect, controlling many leading styles
of American fabrics, employing the
best artistic talent in the production
of our goods, and "constant progress"
our motto, we claim to lead the mar?
?f which we keep full lines of all
grades, for Men and Boys. In
our products are imsurpassedfor qual?
ity, workmanship and elegance. 1B
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
our stock is constantly large and
seasonable. We arc thc sole manu?
facturers of the
wbfch we supply both ready-made
and to Q,r-der.
Prices uniformly low. ^_*#\
Gentlemen visiting New-York are
requested to call and have their
measures recorded upon our books.
System of Self-Measurement, and
othe- information promptly furnished
Address P. 0. Box 2256, N. Y.
gOUTH CAROLINA GROCERY
(Branch of Na. 900 Broadway, Corner Twentieth Street, New York.fc
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
CHAMPAGNES* ' WINES, BRANDIES, &c..
NO. 275 KING STREET, CHARLESTON,
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE;
W. S. C. CLUB-HOUSE GIN, URBANA CHAMPAGNE CO..
FULTON MARKET BEEF, J'
oh nataa'ii Son's Med oe
ohnsron k Son's St. Lou bes
schenaucr A Oo.'sj?oulliac^
t. Julien Medoc
Gateaux La Fosal
ynch St. Julien, L. k G.
?La Croix Blanche
[English and Scotch Ales.
MOET k CHANDON GREEN SEAT
Ve Clicquot Ponsardln
Piper k Co.'s Heldselck
Bonche, Fils k Co.'s cabinet
B. F. A Co.'s Napoleon Cabinet
B. F. A Co.'s Carte Blanche
B. F. & Co.'s Dry Verzeuay
G. H. Mum m's Verzenays
J. Mumm's Private Stock
BORER'S. RUSS', ST. DOMINGO, HOSTETTER'8, ANGOSTURA, DUNHAM'S, ST0?GHT0N, AND?
- -DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS.
HermcTlcally Sealed MEAIS, Soups, Fish, Vegetables and Fruits, of every variety, by the can,
dozen or case.
Borden's, Lelbcg's and Tourtelot's EXTRA Cf OF BEEF.
PRESERVES, Jellies, Jams and Blandy Fruits,
Euglish Sauces, Pickles, Salad Oil, -*
, Capers, Spanish and French Olives.
Patle and Terrine de Fol Grax,
Anchovies, Anchovy Paste,
Walnut, Tomato and Mushroom Catsups,.
PEPPER SAUCB, Currie Towder,
Lemon and orgeat Symps,
Maccaroni and Vermicelli.
Families, not?is and Vessels supplied at WHOLESALE PRICES In purchasing by the package. Att m
Goods warranted, and FULL WEIGHT guaranteed. We will be pleased to furnish a List of Prices to
those who may write for the articles mid quantity desired. Goods delivered to all parts of the City,
Railroad Depots and Steamboats, FREE OF CHARGE.
S3- TERMS CASH, OR CITY ACCEPTANCE. Send for one of our Catalogues of Merchandise.
GEORGE R. GRUBER.'..E. E. BEDFORD.:;.\J. S. MARTIN.
AGENCY TRANSFERRED TOj
H A RT & CO.,
No. 30[HAYEE STREET, ANO CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS*
CHARLESTON, S. C.
KT>- A FULL ASSORTMENT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES,
P fl O K I X GUANO.'/
WILCOX, C I B B S ?C CO.'S
GUANO, SALT AND PLASTER COMPOUND,
for sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS I GO.
IMPOETEES dc DEALERS IN
No. 91 Bay ?creet, Savannah.
t?o. 241 Broad street, Augusta.
No. C4 East Bay, Charleston.
A3~ Semi for Circular giving prices, terms, rer
t?lleme, AC._ jams infaKmos
J E R T 1 L I 2 i! I! .
sr A ? JP. S ?
phate of Lime.
K?.*t COTTON, CORN, WHEAT, VEGETABLE
AIL OK ITS PHOSPHATES are in a condition to
becomeuuickly ?SOLUBLE iiflKiie soil,and avail,
able I? tue crop. The anima! matter, blood and
nest', yielding ammoula, produce an early ftart
and vigorous growth, enabling the plants lg ap.
propriale thc Phosphates and oilier Tamable in*
gradient* lu the fertilizer for thc complete (level,
opmeut er Ute lint ami seed of cotton, grain of
wheat ami crops generally. Sold by
KLVSMAS & ROWELL,
General Agents, No. 128 East Bay,
fehl tnth2mos Charleston. S. C.
JAMES CONNER'S SONS
UNITED STATES TYTE AND ELECTROTYPE
FOUNDRY AND PRINTER'S WAREUOUSE,
KOS. 28, 30 AND 32, CEKTRE STHEET.
CORNER READ AND DUANE STREETS,
JV' E W YORK.
A large Stock of ENGLISH AND GERMAN
FACES, both nain and Ornamental, kept on
hand. All Type cast at this establishment ls
mauufaetured irom the metal known as Conner's
Uuequalled Hard Type Metal. Every article ne?
cessary for a perfect Priming Office furnished.
HE CHAMPION Bli ACE
This BRACK, in its peculiar construction, haft-AU.
trie advantages of
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACES'
First. It docs nel disarrange thc Shirt Bosom.
Second, lr cannot slip orr the shoulders. Third.
There ls less st rain on thc buttons <>t tho pants
than .with common Suspenders. Finirth. Each
section of the pants eau bc adjusted Independent?
ly. Fifth. By means of the Adjusilble Back Strap
a gentle or powerful Brace can be obtained.
Si.\th. It attaches to thc pants al the same points
that the ordinary Suspender does.
Sole Agent in Charleston, *
E . SCOTT,
SH I UTS AND FURNISHING GOODS',
Meeting street. Opposite Market Hall.
ROUND THE WORLD
TEE NEW YORK OBSERVEE.
Tlie Large Double Weekly
Sound and Good. .
Try it. It will be Money well Spent.
$3 SO per Annum.
jWSample Copies Free.
SIDNEY E. MORSE, J?^. * Ot*,.
No. 37 Park Row;,
decal Kew York.
JOHN MARSHALL J R. "
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER. AND RICK.
Charleston, s. C.
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