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NEW CASTLE, ENG-Fer British bart Win Fisher
-520 tens phosphate rock._
WOOD'S HoLR-Per sehr Z Steelnian-3>0 tons
VU? Charleston Cotton. Rice and Sar?'
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS ' |
SATURDAY EVENING, April M 15L0-J
COTTON.-Ttiere was a fairly .sunned inquiry
for this article, the market shoing no change or
importance; sales about et" t-alcs, say 1 at lSXc;
40atl0c; 2 at mic: 3 at 19t*'c-< 8 at 20c?15 at
20Ke; 25 at 2ic; 5.?^ 2i>4c; o atat2l.i,'c; 3S at
21Xc; 60 at ZlXei 290 at 22c. We quote:
ordinary to good ordinary.18 @20>i
Low middling.--t Jg
Strict middling.23 ?~
RtCB-Holders were firm, but thc market was
quiet and without sales of note. We quote good
rice at c ua6*ic <P ?.
NAVAL STOitKS.-TUerc was rather more doing,
-with the following sales, say ? bb'.s opaque rosin
at $2 Tic; 33 do. dull at $3; 40 pale at ?4a4 20c: 22
extra pale at $5; 15 do. at 50 50 ?. bbl.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, cy steam, Xd ? lb on
uplands, and lXd on sea islands; by sail, J.d $ lb
on upland cotton, and Xd 1? lb on sea
Island cotton. To Havre, by steam, nomi?
nal; by sall, nominal at Xe on uplands
and ixe on sea islands. Coastwise to
New York, by steam, >?c *l lb oa aplanas
and Xe on sea Islands; by sall, ??c 3 h> on up?
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sail, X
@?;c"? lb on uplands. To Philadelphia, hy steam.
Xe V tt on uplauds: by sail, somewuat nom?
inal. To Baltimore, by steam, X?X'c ? ?b on
nplands; by sail somewhat nominal.
EXC?TANOS.-Sterling co day bills 22X<*23.
DOMESTIC EXCUANQE.-The banks purchase
sight checks at par to Xi premium, and sell at ,l?
@X premium. Outside they purchase at ?? to
X premium, and sell at X@Xo premium.
GOLD.-Buying at ll, and selling at 12X
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, April 16.-Noon.-Consols opened at
94X- Bonds 8SX
PARTS, April 1?.-Bourse closed tirm at 74f ic.
HAVRE, April 16_Cotton opened ?;r'r' and
Nsw YORK, April 16 - Noon. - Stocks tirm.
Honey easy at 6 per cent. Gold 13j(. Bonds
12X- Exchange, long 9; short, BX. Tennessee,
ex-coupons 60; new 54??': Virginias 10; cx-conpons
.9X; new 69; Missouri 92X; Louisana, old 75X;
new T3X; Levees sixes 7CX; eights MX; Alabama
eights 97X; Aves 80; Georgia sixes 85; sevens 03:
Vorth Carolina, old 46X;new 22X; South Caro?
lina, old 87; new 81. Flour steady. Wheat a
shade firmer. Corn active at an advance of 2c.
Hess pork $23 I0a28 12. Lard quiet at 15Xal5Xc
Xor steam. Cotton qnlet and firm; nplands 23j*c:
Orleans 23Xc, and held higher: sales 400 bales.
Turpentine quiet at 47S4TXC Rosin ja io re?
strained. Freights qnlet.
Evening.-Coupons 1881,74X; Sixty-twos 12.X;
Sixty-fours 10X; Sixty-fives lix; new 9X; do.
81xty-sevens 10X; Sixty-eights lox; Ten-forties
ex ; Missouris S2X; Tennessecs, old C9li; new
MX- Bank statement favorable; loans decrease
over $2,000,000; specie deo ease, nearly $2,000,000;
circulation decrease ?io,ooo; deposits Increase
over $1,000,000; legal tenders Increase over $2,
?00,000. Sterling dull at 8Xa9. Gold 13X- Gov?
ernments Strong; Sixty-twos 12X- State bonds
strong. Sub-treasury balance $85,231,397. Flour
Arm and In fair request; superflue State and Wes?
tern $4 70ao 20. Wheat a shade Armer ror Wes?
tern; winter red and amber Western $l 20ai 23.
Corn active and 2a3 better; new mixed Western
$1 lOal 13. Whiskey decidedly Armer, $1 os.^nl 0.).
Pork steady. Beef quier. Lard a shade easier;
kettle 16al6>?'c. Groceries quiet and Arm. Naval
stores quiet. Freights a shade firmer. Cotton
quiet but strong; ?sales 1000 bales; uplands 23X;
BOSTON, April io.-octtou own, nntk..s->. nu
diing 23X- Sales 200 bales; receipts 10 bales;
coastwise 910; total 920.
BALTIMORE, April 16.-Flour Arm and fairly ac?
tive; Howard street superfine 54 87>?a512,^.
Wheat firm. Corn fairly active; white $1 OSal OG;
yellow $108. Oats . 62Xa65. Ford $20. Bacon
Arm; shoulders 13. Lard 16Xal7. Whiskey
$1 OSal 02X
CINCINNATI, April 16.-Corn dull and lower at
84aS6. Whiskey ; 97a9S. Mess pork irregular;
choice $27 60. Bacon Arm and la fair demand;
shoulders ll Xal2. Lara qniet.
LOUISVILLE, Aprit 16.-Corn SI. Mess pork
$29. Bacon-shoulders 12; clear sides l?Jiaie.
Lard 16. Whiskey 97.
NORFOLK, April IG.-Cotton quiet; low middlings
2lc. Net receipts looo bales, total 1C05; exporta
coastwise 282; stock on hand 5811.
AUGUSTA, April 16.-Cotton opened with a good
demand at 21c for middling, aud continued so
throughout thc day, closing steady, with but very
little offering, at the same quotation. Sales icc
bales. Receipts 166 bales.
GALTXSTON, April 16.-Cotton Arm. Good ordi?
nary 18X; eales ?60 bales; net receipts 1279;
total 1279. Exports-to Great Britain 997; coast?
wise 1077; stock on hand 27,129.
MOBILE, April ie.-Cotton quiet; middlings 21>4
s?lXc Sales looo bales; exports coastwise-S?l
*o New Orleans; TSSBo New York; stock on baud
NEW ORLEANS, April 16.-Cotton very firm and
holders asklug higher rates; middliug 22a22Xc;
sales bid bales; net receipts two days 5125 bales:
coastwise 731 bales; total 5666 bales; exports to
Great Britain 1924 bales; Continent, 1594 bales;
Bremen, 1600 bales; coastwise, 4SS bales; stock on
nand, 162,650 bales. Sugar, prime HXallXc Mo?
lasses, prime 70a75. Coirce ItekJ Armer; fair l6Xa
16Xc; prime lStfc. Sterling 23Xa23;-i. Sight on
Hew York X premium. Gold 13X
Sew York Rice Murkei.
From thc Jourualjor Commerce, 14th Instant
The market for domestic ls firm, though there is
not very much business doing; loo tierces sold at
From the Times: Market Arm and moderately
active, tbuugu tncjsalcs are not ?ts larne as ce?
erally supposed. We learn or some -uo tierces
Carolina at eyuOftc.
From thc Worm: Holders firm, and nc pood
?tock available except at rmi figures, ihouch bur?
sts sr? not great!.- alarmed bby thc reports or
large sales at high prices and operate cautiously
About a? tierces Carolina changed hands at ova
From the Herald: Carolina was moderately ac?
tive and Arm, the sales being loo tierces within
the range of 6a7c for common to prime.
From the Journal of Commerce of the 15th n
slant: The market is dull and prices arc heavy.
The grocers refuse to accede to the views of th
holders, and thc dullucss of thc past few dara
i'i^ Perceptible effect on those who arc carrying
stock. We quote oXa'c. "
Hr??r?i1? Sf?P* C:jro!i3a was steady and
S?m*J??m ?,r Ue",aiul- A,'^t m "crees ?ere
prime. rangC ?f 5'ia7c for ,nfcrtor 10
th?rrfmn! .n )Vorl(V Fu!I f??ner prices asked, lint
more anxious to secure customers ?tale* or TS
tierces Carolina at 6a7e. .ues ol ,o
From the Times: Klee has been saleable ami tirm
^e?hi?R.Verces Faruli:,:i S??S^W!5r
?S?i1^;KRan,K?On 1,as been ?tut?fl at $2 7iaa v" :
gold In bond, per loo lbs; stock 4^oo ba-s. /S'
lon-'Pn?, V,e rril)i,u.e: Boiders are Briner bur are
no? ??T? K0Uilct ",r ,l,8,r M ?'ev do
Oaroilaa. y UjrCT8? ?a?w 75 licR'tS at ?:l7? ",r I
shewed an a*ivcPo" W-TYe?erd?y thc market
dltngs, bu- - ? '.????t?.s,.
diing l?Xa?;'miad^ffVSi?' .
Sales of the Vee" 14Vh . 6trR"1 mWrtMni
orders: 27? rUr Nw Yu,.. i'f! MS on European
em spinners. K Irl?* 10 Kuftou tor North
greater than previous Wt Ct* ar<i -TO balts
Week's receipts 0?0 bales' 0 .
vlous oue and aw the correso&S nst C4:? ,h" Pre?
season. Shipments 1474 bale?. ^ VVeeli o: hist
Stock on hand Sept l, lsuu_
Becelved past week. vr ^25 ,
fhlppod past week.1 474
.?tock en hand April 15.1S70. ITZl
On the week the stock hus decreased 90S bal-.s
v WsusavUXc Market.
t?PSS&'jiS^^ ?-CorroN._The market j
5 waa Uuu &?a ?-ioted weak, noiainaliy as io' I
lows- Inferior 12J*aKi?; ordinary 16>?al7*?c;
cood" ordinary I8?ai9>ic; low middling 20a20>i.
Stock on hand september i, 1869. None
Received to-day..... 325
Shipped to-day. Tl
Stock on hand. 6>878
FLOCK.-We quote superflue $4 50; extra $5;
family $6; Taney $6 75. , ._".,"
CORN.-We note sales to day of 3oe bushels at
$1 07 Ji, and 60O at $110, all sacked and delivered
1UwK.-Ko transactions to-day. W'e quote
bin ing prices as follows: Mediterranean 9oc; red
Si 06; white aud amber $1 lOal 15.
OATS.-We quote at 75c, sacked and delivered in
GEORGETOWN', April 10.-COTTON.-Sales of
2 bales this week at from 15 to 18 cents per lb. We
quote from 15 to 20 cents per lb.
Cons.-Arrival of three cargoes this wees.
Stiling at $116 per bushel.
TIMBER-Arriving neely-bringing from C to la
cents per cubic foot. .
TURPENTINE.-Virgin din $4; yellow dip $2 ,0
scrape or hard il 25 to $1 co per bbl. of 380 lbs
to the bb!.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Per gallon 40a41)? cents.
TA?.-Per bbl., retail, $3.
PEANUTS.-Per bushel $lal 25.
Interior Cotton Markets.
MACON, April 15.-Receipts today 89 bales;
sales lil bales; shipped 89 b?.ies. The market eon
tiuues ..'" ?nu drooping, lt closed so this eve?
ning a. .:. nominal.
ATLANTA, April 15.-The market closed active
at 20J?C for middling; l9>ic for low middling;
I8.lic Tor good ordinary; 17c for ordinary.
MONTGOMERY, Anrll 15.-The market ls per?
fectly inactive .to-day. In consequence of the
holiday lu New York and Liverpool, Good Friday,
wc have no market reports.
ORANGEBDKC, April 15.-Sales during the
week 70 bale-s. We quote: Ordinary Kal7; low
middling 18>i; middling 19&.
COLUMBIA. April 15.-Sales of cotton for the
week 179 bales, as follows: 2 at if.; Sut 17M: 3 at
is; S at I8"4; 20 at ?sc,'; 25 at 20; 3 at 20}, ; 25 at
20,?i: 10 at 20%i\ 43 at21; 19 at 21 J?'; 6 at 21&C
SUMTER, April 13.-About 20 bales have been
sold daring the week ending 13th instant. We
quote: Ordinary lOJi: good ordinary 18; low mid?
dling 1S??: middling 19?; strict middling 20 ?ic.
GREENVILLE, April 12.-Sales of 80 bags; ex?
ANDERSON, April 13.-Vdry little cotton offer?
ing to-day, but the market has been brisk during
the week; middlings lOaSOMc
l&eceipt* by Railroad, April I?.
107 bales cotton, lmxcs tobacco, kegs nails, ears
lumber and phosphate, mdse, Ac. To Bollruann
Bros, M A Hastings, J D Aiken A co, Haedon*
Cohen, G W Williams A- cn, A J Salinas. Caldwell
A Son, Frost A Adger. Pelzer.Rodgers A co. W s
Henercy, J J rcrkius, D Paul A co. Mowry A Son.
M Trlcst, Hart A co, W K Ryan, Kendall A Dock
ery, Graeser A Smith, W B P Plncell. Ingraham A
8M>, Kanapaux A Gonzales, and Railro.d Agent.
Ter steamship Tennessee, from New York-P.
F Clvde, K Barnes, Mrs Lang. Miss Lang, Captain
A E Goodsell ~nd wife, E K Willard and wife, Mrs
ti ilium. Miss J Bales. Miss L Willard. J C Giaf
ton. Dr C F Coleman. J W Smith, Mr Woodcock
and son, O I' Terry. G P WeatCersby, A Boblnsou.
Miss A robinson. N Robinson. W A Courtenay. W
McTerrau. P Hanson, J Lowry, H W Shore, B Tos
scn. W Schirmer, T Hansen, ll Thompson, and
Per f.t?-amor nictator. from Talatka via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina nod Savannah-H B Hart,
witc-and servant, Mr Rice. U Watson and wire, H
H Freeman ?lid wife, C II Arnold, Chief-Justice
Richards, Miss Pace, Mr Leonard and wife, A P
Jarnsen, wife and child. Hiss Jamson, Miss Rod- |
gen, Mr Whittier und wife, J Whiling, W Rice, J
Sheridan. W M Puffer, Mr Buller and wife. Miss
Cunningham A M Tupper, A P Stafford and wife.
II A Kempton, IV O Willard and wife, G Pratt nnd
lady. Mr Cookroit and wife, Miss Bak^r. Mr Baker
and set vaur. Mrs llaker. General McMahon, Miss
Warren. A Tucker and wife. Mr Arteniii?, Miss
Dyke. Mr Dyke and wire. T W Worth, wife, two
childrcii ami servant, Mrs Rock and son. Miss
Gilbert. F A Dockery. Dr Worland, J M Curtis, P
C Harbough, Mr Brown, ami J Stowe.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, rrom Savannah ria Beau?
fort, Ac-W Bruin and lady, c Op-nuctuicr. ll F
Morrison. G W Roberts, R ? Bailev w K Worden,
w A Smith. J V Reilly. R ll cain, w j Whipper, L
" Woolf, T J Mackey, j G Mackey, Dr A E Wilder,
and 2 on deck.
1'OJIX C A I* E X l> A lt.
rim Quarter. 8th, ll hours, 5 minutes, evening,
r'ull Moon, l?tb, 5 hours, 6 minutes. CVcnl?fc*. *
t. A- Ssl WATER.
M A It I XE XE HS.
CHARLESTON, APRIL 18,
Steamship Victor, Gates, New Oi leans-left Sat?
urday. Round to New York and put lu with loss
of rudder. To PC Treuholn.
Merchants' Wae sehr l?anlel Brittain. Carroll.
New York-6 days. Mdse. To W Roach ft co, H
Bischoff ft co, Jeffords A co, Rollmann Bros. W M
Bird A co, J C Burckmevvr, C Bart A co, Il Bul
winkle A co, H Cobla A to. Cameron, Barkley A
co, W H Chatee A co, E L Pierson, E R Cowper
thwalt, J Campsen A CJ, W S Corwin A co, J M
Eason ft Bro, Do wie, Meise A Davis, H A Doc, C ?
Franckc, J H Graver, i Gorham, Goodrich, Wine
man A co. Hart ft co. J AV Harrisson, J Von Hollen.
Jeffords A co, Kuobelcch A Small. F I) C Kracke,
W Murseber, M antone ft co. Muller, Nlmlte ft co,
J F O'Neill A Son, J A Quackenbush, S C Railroad
Agent, N E Railroad Agent, stenhouse A co, J li
Tictjeu, Taft ft Howland, P C Trenholm, W J Trim
A Tobias' Sans, Walker, h vans ft co, W L Wcbbj
West A Jonc3, G W Williams A co. J N M Wohlt
mun. Werner ft Ducker, Wando Manufacturing
Company, W T Waite, J P Filzgerald, P Ronan,
Sehr Charlotte, Peterson. Savannah. 150 tierces
rice. To Cohen, llauckcl A co.
Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbatl. West Point Mill.
S4 tierces rice. To W* C Bee A co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, White, Savannah via Beau?
fort, Ac. 19 bales sea island cotton. 222 bags cof?
fee, so packages mdse. To J D Aiken A co. Sto?
ney ft Lowndes, Terry & Nolan, li Feldmann A cu,
J K Heath. Ctactas A Witte. Pinckney Bros, Kail
road Agent. C Ltischgi, G A Trcuholm A Son, G W
Williams .if co, J Apple, southern Express Com?
pany, and R N Chisolm.
Steamer Dictator, McMillan, Palatka,via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. Mdse. To J
D Aiken A co, Mantoue A co, Pinckney Bros, W
M Lawton A co, U 8 Quartermaster, anti others.
Steamship Tennessee, Chichester, New York
left 14th Instant. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A
c, W A Courtenay, J E Adger ft co, N E Rail?
road Agent, J 1) Aiken ft co. Soul bern Express
co, C n Ahrens ft co. J P U Alley, .1 Apple, ll Arm?
strong Dr U liaer. W J Bennett. W M l?rd A co.
T M Bristoll A co. M?llmann Uros, P Brown. J P
Brown, (?amero?. Baratar ft co. J Cam naen * co
vi Carrin mon ft co, T M Cuter, T D Cluney ft co.
H Cobta A co, W S Corwin A co, I Commins, ll
Daly. Howie. Moise A Davis, W c Dukes A co, J S
Fairly A co. B Feldtuaini ft co, U F Fleming A co,
B Foley, Forsyth, Mccomb A co, E N Fuller, Wm
Gurner, D Goldstein, J H Uillen, Johnston, Crows
ft co, TJ Kerr ft co. li Klatie ft co. Klinck, Wick
.nberg A co. Lengnick, Sell A Foster, c Litschgl,
1 J Lunn. Mautoue ft co, S R Marshall, E M Mar?
tin, w McKay, w Matthicsseo, M Geary. McLov ft
Rlce. W H McIntosh, W A Mchrtens, D O'Neill ft
Son, B O'Neill, Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative As*
I sudation. Parker A Pond. Pe'ser, Rodgers ft co. C
! P Poppeuheim, Kavcncl ft Holmes, J stelbcr. E B
Stoddard ft co. A II Hillman. 0 Tideman. J ll V?l?
lers, w Vince. Walker, Evans ft Cogswell, J Wirrit
.1 co. G U Waller ft c , W er.-ier ft Ducker, W J
Yates, J H Abrahams, J Archer, B D Alford, G W
Ali?ar, P Brady. T A Beamish A co. Ball, Sco
villa A Pike. W U Chafee A co. Cartmill & V. G W
Williams ft co, Smith A co, T Ketlv. J D Craig, W
A Serbie, J G Milner ft co, H W Kinsman. T M
Horsey ft Uro, D Louis, J Russell. North, Steele ft I
Wardell, Gramar.n ft Schwacke, L Lorentz, F von
Sant?s. J Jara, W Uiferiiardt, J A Hamilton. G ft
D E Marsh, W Murchison, L Mover. Kurchgott
Bros. lt K Nenfvillc. J Bush ft co. J Pollock. II T
Peake, J F Griffin, O E ft A S Johnson, Goodrich,
Wlueman & co, and others.
steamship j w Krcnnau, Hincklev. Philadel?
phia-left Thursday. V M. Mdse. To w A Courte?
nay, Railroad Agent, J Slender. Cameron, Bark
gy* c"> A H Abrahams. Marshall ft McMillan. T
?J Btlstoll ic co. Walker, Evans A Cogswell. C Ker?
rison, u O'NellL Jeffords ft co. w Gurney, T R
Waring, J Russell. Fegartie's Book House, D F
Heming ft co, p Porcher. Marshall ft Burge, G W
Williams A co. Mordecai A co. P O Bmwer, Blum
& Miller, P walsh. D Franckc. U J Lohn. E F ben
edikr. Kinsman Bros, J H Wurlitnauu, Khutc A co
Rollmann Eros, JCosgrove, WS Bissell, Goodrich'
Winemun A co, Howie. Moise A Davis A Lee A
Johnson, Byrne ft Fogarty, C L Komahrens C
Michael, B Johnson, A McLeisli, W Shepherd ft co
J F Taylor ft co, E Perry, Klinck, Wickenberg A
co, w Marscher. E Scott, A Palmer, II F Raker A
co. and Crane. Povlston A co.
?SehrJ li .stickney, Foulk?, Baltimore-5 days,
co ? i" "H** T" street Bros ft co, T J Kerr ft
Order? Arenll i Sou, S C Railroad Agent, and
Cora ami^.,Durfie- I,?-?"fee. Norfolk, Va-3 days,
and West A jt,^0 t!,e Master, J Campsen ft co,
Eng-Henry Card. T*or< Burney, New Castle,
Sehr Z Steelman Om. ,
Roach ft ct. ' c*w**"i Wood's Hole-Wm
Steam tug Isaac R Staples, Springs, George?
town, S C-Risley * Creighton.
Sehr Union Flag, Maloney, Darien, Ga-H F Ba?
ker * co.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore,
hebr Serene, Jones, Baltimore.
Sehr Z Steelman, Church, Wood's Hole, Mass.
FROM THIS PORT.
Bark Wetterhorn, Liuderkln, Liverpool, March
British brig Lady Perle, Aimar, Havre, March 30.
Sehr Elias Moore, DeGroot, New Tork, April 13.
Sehr Chase, Gross, Baltimore, April 14.
Sehr V W Smith, Tooker, New York, April 14.
?P FOR THIS PORT.
The Village Queen, McCray, at Cardiff, Marci. 31.
Sehr Surprise, Beers, at Baltimore, April 10.
Sehr SAE Corson, Brower, at Philadelphia,
CLEARED FOR THIS TORT.
Sehr John ll Hancock, d owell, at Boston, April
SAILED FOR THIS POUT.
Brig Forest State, Coombs, Lom Wickford,
LIST OF VESSELS
TP, CLEARED AX? SAILER TOR THIS POUT.
F O RE~? O N .
The Nannie T Bell, Ackley, sailed.Feb 10
The Edith. Chegwinden, sailed.Jan 20
The Village Queen, McGray, up.March 31
Sehr Marv Lymburner, La^ell. sailed... .March 9
Span brig Tomas, Rosas, eic ?cd.March 10
Sehr S N Smith. Smith, up.March 9
Sehr J Hancock, Crowed, cleared.April 14
Sehr Commodore Kearney, PlUlbrook, up..Feb 24
Sehr Georgia, Brier, np.Mardi 3
Sehr Thomas Boo/,, Somer.-, cleared.April 0
Sehr Guiding - tar, Frecthyf. up.April o
Sehr E D Endicott, Endicott, cleared - April ll
Sehr Joseph Seager, Ellis, cleared.April 12
Sehr C H Moller. Brown, cleared.March 30
Sehr Anna Little. Crawrord, up.March 7
Sehr Ellie L Smith, Smith, up.March 20
Sehr Jessie S Clark. Clark, cleared.April 3
Sehr Kate E Rich, Doughty, cleared.April 12
Sehr J M Fitzpatrick, Smith, cleared.April 12
Sehr S H Sharp. Webb, cleared.April 13
Sehr SAE Corson, Brower. up.April 14
Brig J All Crowley, C: owley, cleared - April 10
Sehr J W coffin. Upton, up.April 9
Sehr FI C Bird, Drinkwater, op.March ll
Sehr Marr Menus, Bayard, up.April 2
Sehr K S Potter, Potter, up.April 9
SchrD F Keeling, Robinson, cleared.April 13
Sehr Surprise, Beers, up.April lo
Sehr Clara Bell, Amesbury, up.March 18
Brig Forest State, Coombs, sailed.Ayrll 13
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
GORMAN ? EADEXHOr, PUOPRUCTORS.
The Proprietors of this pleasantly located and
elegantly tarnished Establishment, at the State
Capital, desire to Inform thc travelling public and
others seeking accommodations, that the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls In every respect a first-class Hotel,
unsurpassed by any in the State or thc United
States. Situated in the business centre or the
city, ?Ith linc large airy mams, and a table sup?
plied with eve rv delicacy or the season, both from
New York and "Charleston markets, the Proprie?
tors pledge themselves I hat no efforts will be
?pared to give perice: satisfaction In every re
A lir?t-class Livery Stable ls attached to the
Hotel, where vehicles or every description can be
had at. thc shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend thc arrival and departure or
every Train, and passengers are carried to and
rr??lu the Hotel FREE OP CO AROS.
WW. GORMAN.H. H. BADENIIOP
a pris wi ni
A S II I N G T O N , D
THE NEW HOTEL,
Built by W. W. Corcoran, Esq.
T. ROESSLE i SON,
H. A Tv JG GEORGE
FORT WILLIAM HENRY HOTEL,
"WILL BE OPENED FOP. SUMMER VISITORS
?g- W0OMS can bc engaged and plana or note!
seen at The Arlington," Washington, D. C
T. ROESSLE ? i? ON,
mc*2l 2mos Pr.opRiETOKS.
ilTacljincrrj, (Eastings, Sit.
J^JEETING STREET FOUNDRY.
TOIS ESTABLISHMENT M NOW FURNISHING TBX IM?
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on ?land.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Com Mills,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Boiler* and Pans, of all
Uorse-Powors and Gm Gearing, from 0 to IC reet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Tower,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings or all descriptions made
Particular mention paid to Ueuce Fronts and
Castings for Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Covers,
Sash Weights, Ac, Ac.
WILLIAM S. IIENRRCY,
MACHINIST AND POUSDE P.,
No. ?U MEETING STREET.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
jp LL O K J X I Ii ? N W ? ? ; K S.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.,
CAMERON A CO.,
ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS, rfc,
Nos. 4, o, s, io AND 12 PRITCHARD STRUCT,
(Near the Dr7 Dock,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY DE?
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING.
[RON FRONTS FUR BUILDINGS.
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND. IN IRON OR
Gusran'ee to furnish ENGINES AND BOILERS
:f as good quality and power, and at as low rates,
is can be had In New York, Baltimore or PhUa
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
JJENKE & MULLER,
No. 325 KING STREET,
Opposite Society street,
lave just received and opened a large and fine
MEN'S, TOOT'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Ac,
For Spring and Summer.
UNEN, Linen Duck, Alpaca, Drap D'Et?, Cheviot,
Casslmere and Cloth Suits
?njtlish Walking Coats, o? all colors
tVhlte and Colored Shirts, Underwear Goods, Ac.
english and Domestic Half nose
Alexander and Couvlsicr's Kid, Silk and Thread
1 LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TUE LATEST STYLE
of Linen and Taper COLLARS, Neckties,
Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Suspen?
ders, Umbrellas, Ac.
Also, a large and well selected Stock of
BROADCLOTH, CASSIMERE, DOESKIN,
And a large variety ol
NEW STYLE PANTS AND VEST PATTERNS,
which we offer to sell by piece, yard or pattern, or
made up into Garments, by measure, lu the latest
itjic and the shortest uolice.
cur Stock has been selected with great care,
and purchased since the fall In gold, which en?
ables us to seil at greatly reduced prices. Ruy crs
lu our ?inc would do well to give us a call before
All orders will receive cur prompt and very
careful attention. Entire satisfaction ls guaran
apr! fmwSmos _
A I L O R i KG
Tito undersign?.! begs leave to inform his'
friends ami the public, that he has jcs: returned
from New York with a iull und carefully selected
Stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS or the
most Fashionable Patterns. He would call spe?
cial utter.tlou to his selections of
which he ls prepared to make up at short notice,
and in the latest styles. Also, a full assortment
of FURNISHING GOODS; Including
THE FAMOUS STAR SHIRTS,
and NECKTIES, SCARFS, Ac, tn great variety.
No. 141 Klug street,
A few doors north of Queen street.
i p v M A N ? S
GREAT GE R M AN BITTERS
TUE BEST TONIC AND INVIOORATOR KNOWS !
They arc unsurpassed as a cure for Dyspepsia
and General Exhaustion.
A .SURE PREVENTIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE,
BILIOUS, REMITTENT AND INTERMITTENT
IT IS INVALUABLE TO FEMALES !
'TIS A CORDIAL FOR THE AGED, AND A SUUE
PROTECTION AGAINST ALL MALA?
It ia undoubtedly thc best Medical Cor?
dial ever offered to tho Public I
SAVANNAH. March Ifi, 1S70."-*
MK-FIIS. JACOB Lirra AN A hitor. Savannah. Ca.:
aenLi- 1 have bcrore mc your esteemed letter ol
thc Mth instant, containing various documents
relative to your "German Hitters." After a care?
ful examination I must confess that your Hitters
is really what, you represent lt M be, au old Ger
nian recipe Of Hr. Kuchel heb. ot Ik" lin. Prussia,
lt will no doubt be rxci-lleut lor Dyspepsia, Gen?
eral Debility and Nervous Diseases,-and it ls a
good preventive nf Chilis and Fevers. I lind lt to
bc thc most delightful aud pleasant stomachic
1 remain, jr oura trulv.
(Signed) ACC. P. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MIMA C.V., March 22, ISTO.
MESSRS. JACOB I.MTUAN & BRO., Druggists, sa?
GtnUemm-I have Introduced your Great Cor
niati Bitters hore to my customers and friends,
andi Hud better sale l?r them than u ny I have
ever kept before. Those who have tried them ap?
prove of them very highly, ami I do not hesitate
in saying that they arc far superior in v.ilue to
any other Hitters now in rsc.
Yours, 1 especially,
isiguod) w. KIRKLAND.
W? rorer, by permission, to Doctors King, Sulli?
van, Duncan, and other leading physicians of Sa?
vannah; to ex-Mayor Anderson, John L. Vllla
lougn, ami other distinguished citizens of Savan?
Depots la Charleston, S. CL, rorLippmac'sCre:
W. G. TROTT, Du. n. DAER.
A. W. ECKEL Si CO., ED. S. BURNHAM,
IV. A. SHRINE, Dit. P. M. COHEN,
C. J. LUU?.'.
Cl.ACIUS A WITTE,
STEFFEN'S, WERNER A DUCKER, and
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
api-16 Cmos In Charleston, S. C.
FF YOU WA^T BLANK R?OKS~3?ADE
L TO (RIDER, and of thc best material, to anv
utrera go to
EDWARD PEU RT,
?0. iso Meeting street, opposite Charleston ilote)
Charleston. & p._docij ,-.mos
fF YOU WANT NOTE, LETTER AND
L CAI' PAPERS and ENVELOPES, go to
EDWARD FEB ft Y.
ko. 155 Meeting street, opi>*Jte Charleston Hole!
! jjiyta^iK S .C. ried-tonio*
[F YOUAVANT VOfJlC PRINTING DONK
L in Fine Style ;tnd st Reasonable Rates, go io
. ,.. " , EDWARD PEKRf,
^tln? street, oposito Cnnrtoton Ho'ei.
Charleston, a. c. ,ieci4 ?mon '
P K . D A U E R ,
M L'S If DEALER, llano Tuner, Teacher of Vio
n, Flute and Guitar. Repairer or Musical Is:ru
Hitchcock's Five and Ten cents Music alway?
BALLS AND PARTIES rurnished wiih the best
rid most fashionable Music lately received from
urope at moderate prices. Apply at No. 44?
?5,?fe?t' l?nT d?or? above Calhoun.
AGENCY TRANSFERRED TO
HART & CO.,
No. 39 IIAYXE STREET, AND COMER KING AND MAf?KT?T STKEETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
JTE3- A FULL ASSORTMENT CONSTANTIA' OX UANO AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES.
STEAM ENGINES AND ENGINEERS'
A fiill assortment of BRASS and IRON FIT?
TINGS, Tor steam and gas-fitters and plumbers.
Steam Guages, Guage-cocks, Low Water Detec?
tors, Oil Cups, Tools for machinists and black?
smith0, Bellows, Ac.
For sale by
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
mch24 (imo Charleston, S. C.
Jg E LT I N G .
A large Stock of Leather and Rubber BELTING
and RUBRER GOODS, Including Manhole and
Handhole Gaskets, (all sizes.) Hose, Sheet Rub?
ber for packing, Pure Vulcanized Gum for valves,
"Regnlatlon" LEATHER HOSE, double-riveted j
and of approved manufacture.
For sate by
CAMERON. BARKLEY ? CO.,
Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
melun Gmo Charleston, S. C.
T E A }.l ENGINES,
BOILERS, STEAM PUMPS, CIRCULAR SAW
Single and double-acting Lift sad Force PUMPS,
H. Disston A Sou's Celebrated Circular, Gang,
Hand and Cross-Cut Saws. Also, Miners' and En
Inecrs' Supplies In great variety, Shovels, Picks.
Tor sale by
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Corner Meeting and Cumberland street?,
mcl:24 Gmo Charleston. S. C.
JgAlt IRON AND STEEL.
English and American Ref! ?ed, in bars
English and American common, in bars
Boiler Plate and Sheet Ima
Bolts, Nuis and Washers.
r?.r sale by
CAMBRON, BARKLEY ? CO..
Corner Meeting and Cumberland stntets,
mcii24Cmo Charleston, S.e.
A I L 'S , NAIL S ,
orihebest brands, including Partir Mills and
CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO.'S unequalled "Ne
Plus t itra" CUT NAILS.
A full RMct nf Wrought and Cut SPIKES.
For .-ale by
CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO..
Corner Meeting am'. Cumberland streets,
in?: 124 cuto Cbiricsion, s. c.
Q IL! OIL! OIL!
vvjntcr S'rained SPERM, Extra Lard
C. It. \- co.'s Engine Oil, Paraphene Spindle
olive Oil, Cotton Seed Oil
White Oak (West Virginia) Oil.
For sale by
CAMERON. BARKLEY & CO.,
Coiner M-cling and Cumberland streets,
inch'J-JCnio Charleston, S.O.
C\ AV ANN AU AND CII ALLERTON KAIL
5 SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
S AV A V :? A tl AND CIIAKL?STUM.RATLUOAP CO.. J
Mll.l.t'Ct'OT, CUAKLESTOS, April 15, 1S70. )
On ?nd after MONDAY. IStli Inst.. Trl-Wccfclj
Prelcht Trains will run through to Savannah,
lentils: Chat losten on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAY?
?ind Fm DAYS, an ii returning on TUESDAYS, Tuwts
HAYS und SATUIIDATS. Freight received un to :
o'clock P. M., (Ul TCE8DAY8, TllCKSDAYS lind SAT
IT.D'.YK will bs forwarded by following day train.
C. S. GADSDEN,
nprlrt Engineer and Superintendent.
i'ENING OP THE SAVANNAH ANL
SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, )
VIM. STREET DEPOT, >
CHAm.FsTo.v, March 10,l?70. )
On and after FRIDAY, nth March, there will be
DAILY COMMUNICATION between Charleston
and Savannah. Pas?eugtr trains will mu us fol?
Leave Charleston. R.30 A. M.
Ar-ive ::i Savannah. 3.00 P. M.
Leavestivtiiiitah.ll.co A. M.
Ari Ive iu Charleston.5.00 p. M.
C. S. GADSDEN.
OOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
CUJKLCsTUX, S. C., Sept. 15, 1S0H. j
0:1 and niter Thursday. September 16. the Pas?
senger Trains or. thc South Carolina Railroad will
run as .ollowa:
yon A cu rsTA.
I.eS VC Ct: a Heston.e..1Ci A. M
Arrive at Augusta..:.-;.*. I*. >;
Connecting with ir.tins fur Montgomery, Meat
;.;?i-', Saslivllle and New encans. \u Mviiigomto
und Rntti'l Junction.
Lmv^Cliarle-ton.f>.?.n ,\. M.
Arrive ?11 Columbi*;.-t.-to P. M.
Connecting arith Wilmington ;,:;(*. ilauttt'.Mv.:
Railroad, and Camden irani.
LCM ve An?rnst:i.-.s.C-> A. M.
Arrive nt charleston.i.w p. M.
Leave Columbia.7,^, A< JJ
AV. Ivc- ai charleston.4.tm p. M.
?l'?TSTA MOUT KXrKESS,
Leave Charleston.:..-.?? p. y,.
Arrive at AkigUtilii.y.
Co'cnecritii; with train-? for N.;s':;villt
iii} New Orhtiiir. viii t;r:--.-.-! Jr.i.c::;i:i.
Leave Augusta.u.3C p. M.
An ?vc at Ckariotos. >? .v. IC.
o.:.t ;i:;iA NW,-rr nxrusss.
L?rare C?iarleston.o.o? P. M.
Arrive at Outeinhia.1.45 A. M.
CcnniTtisp iSDviav* Wircnt>-ll w;t!i Gr, eu vim
it?'i ?.cl?v.ijfc ..*: . "ti : . ?.V. ... WetRic
days sud ?'lioaiv '..?.;. t '-.,'....;;e ,1..; V.^:;.
! ?ina Rafircad,
I Leave'.c:...i, ..CV? *
Arrive at Charleston...'.'."........;.,..<.'.. t:
Leave.Chariest on...."'. V..."'..'.'..'.!.'.2..*.? v. ii
Arrive at Summerville.tin p. y.
Leave Srtmmvrviiie.:.i > A. V.
Arrive zx charleston.?.
Camden and Colombia Pass&azcr Trams it
MONDAYS, WE: VKSDAYS atti! SATTRDA-'S. :::::: :..
tween Camden and Kit.;rc:;:o (S.'.::.Mays e.?.
ceptcd.) w>nnccts with ?ii; ind down bay p.,..
seugers ut Kiugvillc.
Leave Camden.i*.?5 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. IL
Leave cviumWa.:.45P. .v.
Arrive at Camden.0.0O p. 5;.
(SUr.'.'di IL T. PEAKS,
septic General Superintendent.
TF YOU WANT PAPEE BAGS, FLOUR
X SACKS, cud Bacs of every desjriut.t-11, co to
EDWARD PERRY, k
No. 156 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, S. C. decl4 emos
RI S n ROOFING FELT
THE P.EST, CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Mate: ?al fm Hooting known.
Fer sale by
CAMERON, CAi?KLE? & CO.,
Corner Met! lng and cumberland street*.
mth'M omn Charleston,- S. C
a v-HOLESALE DRUGGISTS
N. c. WieCommlMlonct of Revenueilma ?lecld?
thai ativ .lei- can sell tl* ur;?ole without i
special Meemi'._mc" :
THE STANDARD REPUTATION AT?
TAINED Itv this nnrlvallrd and infalhbi
YEAST rov?'!>::i: during twelve yean past, ls dui
to lt.- perfect purity, healthfulness and economy
fut op ?ti tio;. iictual weight, ?us represented, un?
will keep for years.
Thc i|iiaiif tty required for uro ls rrom oncfonrtl
to ntic-linir less limn oilier Itaklns Powders.
Sold by Crocers t lin MU; li out the United State5
DOOLEY A BROTHER,
Manufacturer* ar.d Proprietors,
No. ff! New street, New York.
o niest celebrated and
moist delightful (if all per
hiv.QHj fer usc on i?ic hand
1:' rchrcf, at (he toilet, and
i:: ike balli, for salo by all
Th ;:.::;?is?3 and Perfumers.
Por .-ale by HOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Jamu m c .-linos Charleston, S. C.
FOR THE UNITED STATES.
For sale in charleston by
J. R. READ J: CO.
t? Pafplry) BCDika2.
HE CHAMPION BEAC E. R
This BRACE, in Its peculiar construction, has alb
the advantages of
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACES
First, lt does rot disarrange the Shirt Bosom.
Second, lt cannot slip orr thc shoulders. Third
There is less strain on the buttons of the pants
than With common Suspenders. Fourth. Each,
section or thc pants can be adjusted Independent?
ly. Fifth. By means of the Adjustlble Back Strap,
a pentle or'powerful Brace can be obtained?
Sixth. ir, attaches to Hie pants ai thc same point?
that.tbc ordinary Snqimdcr ace?
S?.!c Agent in Charleston,
SCO 1- T
A NP FOKNlPHINfl t;(if " DS,T
?:;; s .'.trott. <-j]i-i'. Vt?tw J'sli.
TTT yt. is A T T H ? :: s s K nr
J$\ m ?M if
No. 201 KINO ST R EFT, CORNER WENTWORTH,.
AGENT FUR TUE MANUFACTURERS
S T AR SHIRTS !
EACH QUALITY OF" SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
(Clothing uno i-iiriusliing ?oofcs.
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 styl#s
of American fabrics, employing trie?
best artistic talent in the production'
of our goods, and "constant progress"
our motto, we claim to lead the mar?
of which we keep full lines of di
grades, for Men and Boys. In
our products are unsurpassed'for qual?
ity, workmanship and elegance. In
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
our stock ts constantly large and
seasonable. We are the sole manu?
facturers of the . j
which we supply both rea.iy-made
and to order.
Prices uniformly low.
Gentlemen visiting New-York are
requested to call and have their
measures recorded upon our books.
System of Self-Measurement, and
other information promptly furnished
when desired. >
Address P. O. Box 2256, N. Y.
DEVLIN & CO,
rpo Tili WCEK.'Vf CL?S?.-WE- A2IE
JL now prepared to fanni's all classes with
connans employment a* home, iu whole cf the
tune, or for the spare moments. Business new,
light and profitable. Persons of either sex tasiiy
earn ?rom oe couts to? $5 per evening: and a pro?
portional sum bj devoting their whole time to tie
oiisme.-s. Boys and tfirls earn nearly as much cs
Mien. That ali who see this notice may send their
address, abd test rut btt&lnew>, we make this un?
paralleled offer : To such a* are not well satisfied,
we will Bend fl to pay for lbe trouble of writing.
Pull particulars, a valuable tamale, which will do
to commence work on, and a copy of "The Peo?
ple's Literary Companion"-che of the largest
and best ramify newspapers published -all sent
free by mall. Reader, if you want permanenfc
nmiifnhic wnrk, address E. C. A1J.FN A CO~J
Augusta, Maine. JanlT 3mOS