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TltfAMCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
? UTJTHKRN BANK BILLS, STOCKS, BONDS, 40
REPORT OF THE MARKET
TOB THE WEEK ENDINO MAT 18TH, 1870, PBB
J-ABID EXPRESSLT TOB "THB NB WS," BT I. 8.
. K. BBNNETT, 8TO0X BROBTBB AND KIAL ESTATE
AGENT, NO. 40 BROAD STREBT.
. Th? market daring the past wees for all classes
of secnrl?es continued dull. Sterling rated y ester
. day al 34j?. In domestic exchange; the banka
were purchasing sight drafts on New York at
X?X discount and selling at %?\ premium.
Gold bought at is* and Bold atl4>?, Banks dis
counted on good collaterals in very limited
amounts. Money Vas bringing IK * cent, per
Southern Hank Bills.
:.?.'.- Current Rates.
Charleston, Bank of. - P**
Camden* Bank of. ?Og.
(meateriBank of. ?f?
Commercial Bank, Colombia. 04?
City of Charleston Change Bills. par.
ExshangeBank, Columbia, Certlfl
.: cates....:..... 36? 36
Farmers'. and : Exchange Bank,
Charleston.'.. 04? 09
Georgetown, Bank Of. 10?
Hamburg, Bank of..yK. 12?
Merchants'Bank, Cheraw.. 06?
Newberry,. Bank tK__?. M?
Planters* Bank, Fairfield. 04?
Planten) and Mechanics' Bank- par.
People's Bans...... * par.
. Southwestern Railroad Bank (old)., par.
Southwestern Railroad Bank (new). par.
State Bank. . 12? 15
Soa?? Carolina, Bank of.. 10?
State ofSouth Carolina, Bank of the, .
prior to 1861. -60?
Stete of South Carolina, Baak of the,-.
after January 1,1861. 40? 42
"?Stete of 8. Carolina Treasury Notes. par.
Union Bank. par.
Southern Stocks. -
Charleston Mining and Manufactur?
Charleston Bank (whole shares)....$28 60? 24 00
Charleston Bank (hallshares)... .. ll 75? 12 00
City of'Charleston Six Per Cent. 64 60? 55 00
XTharleaton Gas Company.'.......... 21 60? 22?0t
Charleston City Railway. 68 00?
Charlotte, colombia ant) Augusta
- Railroad...... . 46 00? 46 00
First National Bank of Charleston. .119 00?
Georgia Central Railroad Stock.118 00?
Georgi? Railroad Stock.,. par.
Oramterilla ijanaf ac turing Com pa
'-; .. ?.vZEiA. : if; ? .v..-. .....; $000? raoo
Macon and Western Railroad Stock. 108 co?
Memphis'?nd'Charlestoi^R. R..ll 00? ,.
KortheasteraRallroad (capital).09 oo? io
Northeastern Railroad 8 per cent. .
. --(preferred). 40 00?
People's National Bank of Charles
P?0j>ie'8Bani. 6 76? 5 00
Planters' A Mechanics' Bank. 2 60?
State of South Carolina .?. 80 00? ..
South Carolina Railroad and Bank . i
v (whole ehares'i..46 00? 46 12
?Wth'CarolinaRallroad (hali shares) 21 50? 22 oo
South Carolina Loan ana Tr us t com- ' ; ; *>,
pony (ex-dividend)........102 oo? ; .'.
Savannah aria Charleston Railroad.. 82 00? 86 00'
Onion Sank........ 7 oo? r 25
Wando Mining and Manufacturing
." Southern Bond?, Coupon?, &c.
Atlanta Spar cent Bonds.84 oo? 86 oo
Atignsu, Ga., 7 per cent. Bonds- 80 oo? 81 00
XmeBJdge Railroad 7 per cent. (1st
^^>iortgage) Bonds. .60 00?
tharitston Fire Loon 7 percent.
,-~ BOftdB.. 76 06? 73 00
^Marabu 0 per cent. Bonds. 68 00? 70 00
Col ambla Cou pons.... 76 00? 70 00
Charleston aria Savannah Railroad
-1 ; 6 per oen t. (Sta te gs aran teed )... 70 00?
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad 7
ti per cent. (1st mortgage Bonds).. 82 00? 83
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta 7
per cent. Banda (nominal)...... 90 oo?
Georgia State Bonds, 7 per cent.(cid) 94 oo?
Georgiastate Bonds, 7 per ct,(new). 94 00?. ..
. Georgia State Bonds;0per cent.?... 88 oo? ..
Georgia State Coupons.............. 98 oo? par
Georgia Railroad 7 per cent. Bonds. 96 oo?
Oreen ville and Columbia Railroad
. 7 per cent, fist mortgage) BondB 80 00?
^Greenville and Colombia Railroad, 7
per cunt. (State guaranteed)
_-Bonds. 70 00?
"Breenvine and columbia Railroad,
- . Certificate of Indebtedness. 68 00?
Memphis Bonds, 6 per cent, (unen
, -dorsed)........... 45 00?
-Memphis Bonds, 6 per cent, (endors
\ ; ..*? by M. A 0. Railroad). 66 00?
. Memphis City Coupons. 70 00? 71 00
Memphis and Charlee ton R. R. 7 per
^'.jVoent Bonds........... 84 00?
Memphis and Chaton R. R. Coupons 75 oo?
N. Carolina 8 per cent, (old) Bonds.. 48 00?
N. Caroona 6 per cent (new) Bends. 24 00? ' ..
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage 7 per ot (past due) Bonds.. 88 00? 89 00
.Northeastern Railroad First Mort
;^g?ge,'8perct, BoDdSMt.fMM.t. 87 so? ss oo
Nunkeastern Railroad First Coupons
(past due). 86 00?
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of
il indebtedness.....os oo? 06 oo
sute or south Carolina 6 per cent.
Bonda (old)......... 90 00? ..
' State -or South Carolina o per cent.
*. -1 Bonds (new issue of January l,
.TC 1867).. 80 00? 82 00
Stateof South Carolina Bonds 8 per
cent, (haned for Bank of the
" Stete bills). 80 00? 82 00
State of ' South Carolina coupons
. South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent
Bonda. .. 70 00? 71 00
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per
. 0 Oen t. Bonds (ex-con pons). 76 00? 76 60
South Carolina Railroad Certificate
Of Indebtedness. par.
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
"7 per cent, (lat mortgage) Bonds 78 00? 80 OP
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
. Tper cent. (State guaranteed).. 74 00?
Spartenburg and Union Railroad
, .. Tper cent. (State guaranteed)
, Bonds. 68 00? 60 00
Baranna^, Ga., 7 per cent. Bonds... 85 00? 86 oo
Savannah Coupons (due previous to
I a June lat, 1866). 90 00?
Savannah Coupons (due after Jane
1st, 1866). 90 00?
Wilmington (N. C.) 8 per cent. Bonds 70 00? 72 00
Wilmington (N. C.) 0 per cent. Bonds 67 oo? 69 oe
The Charleston Market.
[POR THB WEEK ENDINO MAT 19.]
THE Caops.-The weather during the early
' part of the "past week was of a tempe ra?
ture toe cool far vegetation, and lt has been
retarded la ce-niesuence, and the dryness
Breraulag has In some cases acted lnjnrieus
ly, iarid moderate answers to five the cropa a
mora vigorous start are now mach required.
Work on plantations ls generally proceeding fa?
vorably, and complainte of labor are now seldom
leard. Information from seme portions of the
: upper comities, in the clay region, state that the
crops have net come ont of the groud, and rams
' .areUrgently demanded.
I THE RECEIPTS.-The receipts for the week up
to Friday last, although showing an Important
. decline, atui exhibit an advance on last year,
arid., were 38,286 bales, against 60,564 the week
previous, and 22,197 for the corresponding period
7 last year. At New Orleans the arrivals were
14,060 bales, in contrast with 6660 the previous
season. The total receipts at the varions mar
" ke ts from the 1st September last up to the latest
- mall dates have been 2,067,322 bales," in contrast
with 1,097,471 bales last year-showing an in?
crease Of 669,861 bales.
The arrivals at. the chief Southern centres from
the first of September last to the latest telegraphic
dates, have been about as follows :
New Orleans, May 19.1,079,098 770,270
MobfJe, May 19.290,432 210,648
( Savannah, May 19..468,206 836,872
. Charleston, May 19.223,462 188 488
Tazas, May 19.223,742 189.737
"Virginia, May 19.192.114 147,090
The receipts of cotton at the chief Sonthern
porte from May 12 to the 18th inst., inclusive, as
reported by telegraph, have been as follows. This
includes all points but North Carolina and over?
May 12.1372.May 13 . 35721
?y 14.163?.May 10.5277 }. 18,240
May 17 .6327.May 18.1058 J
Bay 12. 791.May 13 . 4801
_*J Ji-. 89.May 16.1176 [ 2,671
May rr..May 18. 136 j
May 14. 861.May 16.1744 V 7,538
May 17.1272.....May 18.1753 J
May 12. 668.May 13 . 3431
1 Maj. 14 . 650.May 16. &?i S- 3.0G2
MaTTT. 647.May 18. 402 J
May 12.1194.May 13. 634)
May 14. 900.May 16.1698 i 5,929
May 17 . 740.May 18. 763 J
May 12. 863.May 13.105 )
. 37.May 16. 418 f 1,626
May 17.May 18. 703 J
nie receipts for the corresponding week last
year were 18,038 bales.
The arrivals at this part for the week have been
28 bags of sea Islands and Floridas and 3034
bales of uplands, against 8t bags of sea isl
and Floridas and 2S80 bales of upland s the
before, ana-bags of sea Islands and Flor
and 1023 bales of taplandB for the correspoi
week last year. These supplies Lave come a
lows: say of uplands per South carolina Raf
2886 bales; per Northeastern Railroad 93 t
Georgetown, S. C., 80 bales; wagons 7 bales
sea islands, Beaufort, 8. C., 13 bales; Savann
bales; Florida ll bales.
The stock of the article ls sight at the 1
dates was as follows:
Stock in Liverpool.:. 3?S? I]
Afloat from India. 126,000 34
Afloat from America. 180*000 18
Stock rn London.? 87,380 <
Afloat for London. 50,ooo 6
Stock in Havre...r.. 74,730 4
Afloat for,Havre. 90,763 5
Stock In Bremen. 13,860
Afloat for Bremen. 19,087
Stock in United States ports... 329,858 24
Stock m the interior towns.... 63,836 3
Excess In visible supply. o:
Stock of cotton held by Manchester spinnei
the miiis, now 60,000 bales; same time 1869, oe
bales. Middling uplands now, n?ii>,d; I
THS CHARLESTON MARKET_This staple, dm
most of the week ander review, has been c
prices in the foreign market remaining ne
steady at nd@u sd; while in the American p
declining rates have prevailed, the Agares
New York falling off from 23?to 22?ic; lmproi
to 2S@23tf, and at tbia port from 22% to 21c f
for middling uplands, with but few sellers her
the lower figure, and the market quickly rally]
Th? Liverpool and New York Markets h
shewn the following transactions and prices
this period : On Friday, May 13th, tho formen
quilt, uplands ll%d, sales 12,000 bales; the lal
was quiet at 23%c, sales 2300 bales. On Satur
tue former was quiet and steady, uplands Hi
sales 10,000 bales; the latter was heavy at 23.
?ales 1700 bales. On Monday the former i
quiet at ll%d, sales 10,000 bales; the latter 1
heavy at 23% 0, sales 1600 bales. On Tuesday
former closed dnll at ll@ll%d, sales 10,000 ba:
the latter was heavy at 23c, sales 2700 bales.
Wednesday the former was steady at ll@ll,'
sales 10,000 bales; the latter was easier at 22;
sales 1000 bales. Yesterday the former was fin
atll@U%d; the latter was firmer at 2S@23j
sales 1100 bales. "' ?
The transactions and prices m this markeyu
been as follows: On Friday, the 13th inst., th
was a good demand, good grades being qt
firm; sales 600 bales; ordinary te good 01
nary being quoted at 19??%; low m id di
?%; middling 22%; strict middling 2?%@2?
and strict to good midd Ung 23c fi lb. On Sat
day the article was dnU, and bnt little doing, 1
market haring an easier tendency; sales
bales; quotations nominally unchanged. On Mi
day the market was dall and unsettled, the op
atlons amounting to aboat iso bales; quo tat ic
nominal. On Tuesday, the depressed conditl
of the article continued, buyers showing a dis]
sltlon to proceed on the basis of about 21c ll lb 1
middlings; but these rates were nnacceptal
to factors, and the business was restricted
about 100 bales at unset ted prices; quot at iu
nominal. On Wednesday, factors having had
some cases to accede to the views of buyers, t
article was lower and middlings, In a few]
stances, declined to 2lc; sellers were not willh
generally to accept these rates; sales abont i
bales; qnotatlons somewhat nominal, say: On
nary to good ordinary 18@20c; good middling 20
.20%; middling ?, and strict middling 2i%c
fl. Yesterday, the market was active and a
vanced a full KC ? lb; Bales abont 850 bales, si
6 at IS; 16 at 17; 1 at lTjf ; 23 at 18; 1 at 18% ; 3
19.LI ; 5 at 19J?; ? at 20; 17 at 20,??- ; 3 at 20K; 12
20%; 67 at 21; 64 at ?%; 30 at 21%; l8i at 21%;
at 21%; 365 at 22; 30 on private terms. We quot
Ordinary to good ord in a ry.18 ?21
Middling to strict middling... .;:i%@22
SSA ISLAND COTTON.-The receipts of this qua
ty ?I the staple was of a light character and co
slated of about 28 bags, partly from Savann 1
and Florida. The market has shown no chant
.r Importance, business beinc necessarily re
trlcted by tb? very limited supply, and prici
have bees abont tbe same as the pr?viens wee]
a few sales of fine sea islands taking place 1
rates from tl 3001881 ?. The business tf tl
week bas amonnted te about iso bags, mostly se
Islands, among which were say of Floridas, 3 1
45o ; of sea islands, 4 at 49c; 4 at 45c; 22 at soe; l
at $1 30; 9 at $136. Common Floridas may fc
quoted at 35338c; medium at 39?42c; good at 4
?45c; fine and choice nominal. Sea Islands at i
?60c fi Ih for common; 60?eoc for medium; eoe
66c for medium to fine, and 70?$l and upward
? ft for fine and choice grades.
JRICE.-The arrivals of Carolina rough rloe froi
plantations have continued unimportant. Th
market for much of the week wasqnletf with
disposition on the part or purchasers to bold 0
for lower rates; bnt factors have exhibited fir tr
ness, and the transactions during the closing poi
tlon or the week showed steady rates. The bus!
ness of the week has amonnted to some 600 tes. 0
clean Carolina, among which were48 tes. at ssc
67 at 6%; 4? at 6%; 95 at 6%; 17 at 7; 100 at J%
so at 7 5-10; 60 at 7%; 1?3 on private terms, w
quote common to fair clean Carolina at ex@7c
good 7>?@7% cts V m. Carolina rough may b
quoted at $120@l 69 fi bushel for interior, am
$130?1 70 fl bushel for seacoast.
NAVAL STOKES.-There has been a moderate bn
siness in these articles, but the tendency of price
have been In bayers favor. The operations li
spirits of turpentine was at 34?35c 91 gallon, a
which rates abont 1269 bblB. were sold, closing a
the lower figure. Rosins, low pale to pale wen
disposed of at $3 75@4 75 ft bbl; No. 1 at $3; No
2 and 3 at $165@l 60 fi bbl; and extra No. 3 ai
$170 fi bbl. Crude turpentine may be quoted al
S316 fl bbl. for virgin, $2 60 for yellow dip, ami
$160 for hard.
HAY.-The arrivals have been limited to mode
rate lots or North River; qualities. The tran sac
long have been mostly of a retail character, to
supply the local demand. About loo bales were
sold rrom the wharf at $170 fi hundred.
CORN.-This gram has come to hand in good
supply rrom Virginia ports and Baltimore, the re?
ceipts amounting to about 40,000 bushels. Prices
during this period have been without important
change, with a good and continued inquiry for
plantation consumption. Jobbmg lots or prime
white are selling at $1 45@136 fl bushel, weight,
OATS-Are in moderate supply, with a lair in?
quiry. Abont 2000 bushels were sold at 85c. fi
bushel, weight, bags included.
FLOUR.-The market ls moderately supplied, the
approaching hot weather causing cantlon on the
part or dealers In keeping stocks. The demand
has been fair, prices'showing no change or note.
Northern and Western fine may be quoted at
$5 25@550 ft bbl; super at $5 75?6 fi bbl; extras
at $6 25?7 ft bbl, and family grades at $7@8 ft
bbl. Southern kinds are In limited supply, and
may be quoted at $7?7 75 fi bbl for extra, and
$S@9 fl bbl for family grades.
BACON-Is in moderate stock, with an upward
tendency m prices and a steady Inquiry prevail?
ing. We quote prime smoked shoulders at M V..
I5c f) lb ; prime smoked clear rib sides at 18%? I9c
Vlb; dry salted shoulders at 13>?@13%c; salted
sides at 16M@17c fl ft.
SUGAR AK? MOLASSES.-There ls a moderare
business doing In Coba qualities. We quote good
to prime grocery sugar at ll?ll%c. Clayed mo?
lasses in hhds. at 38@40; Muscovado at 43, and
Centrifugal at 33?34c fl gallon.
FRUIT.-The market ls bare of West India kinds.
Strawberries are selling at 30?40c fl quart.
VEGETABLES.-There ls hardly any inquiry for
old potatoes. New Irish, grown in this vicinity j
are coming forward in small quantities and are
held at about $6 fl bbl. Green peas and snap
beans are being shipped North.
BUTTER AND LARD.-There ls a ralr stock or
prime Goshen. We quote good* to prime at 35?
40c fl m. Western and other lower grades sell
from 20?30c fl ft; country do. at 25@30c fi ft,
as In quality. Lard ls In good supply and is held
SALT.-There have been no arrivals. Lots from
store selling at $140@150 fl sack.
INDU BAOOINO.-The market is rairly supplied
with this article, and we quote 29?30c nominal
? yard. Dundee bagging, 44 inches, 1% lbs. for
the yard, ls held at 30330c.
ROPE.-The demand for rope ls moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quote hemp at - cents ft rn; greenlea! at io cents;
and jato at 8%@9 cents ft lb.
IRON BANDS AND TISS for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
6%@7%c fi ?.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market for this arti?
cle is dull. We quote timber for muling purposes
from $5@9. Shipping timber $lo@lfi; 4-4@5-4
Cooring at $14@15 ft M. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, from city mills, cnt to size, rrom
$20@24 ?i M by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by Bteam direct
nommai i via New York, 7-16d on uplands,
ll-10d on sea Islands ; by sail we quote 7-l6d
on uplands and %d on sea islands. To Havre
nominal. Coastwise - to New York, by Bteam,
%c on uplands and %c on Bea Islands,
$l oo fi tierce on rice; by sail, %c on
cotton;- fl tierce on rice; 40c fi barrel on
rosin; $7?$3 fi M on lumber; ?P?IO ^ Mon tim?
ber. To Boston, by sail, %@%c fi lb on upland
cotton. To Providence, $8 fi M on boardB, %c
fl ns on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam,
>i c fi tts on uplands; by sail, $6@7 f? M on boards;
$9 on timber; $3 fi ton on clay, and $3@3 25 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by Bteam, %c fi
lb; by sall, $6 fi M on boards; $2 G0<?>3 00 fi ton
on phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights rrom
Georgetown, 3. C., Darien and SatUla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
$n@i2 fi M are rates on lamber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STIRLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 24%@24%for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas
. lng sight checks on New York a off; 5 days
%? off; 10 days % off; 15 days 1 off; 20 days -;
30 days -. They are selling sight checks at %
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
13,'-,-, and selling at 14>i.
Exports for tlie Week ending May 18.
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Island Queen-68
bags Bea Island cotton, 1037 bales upland cotton,
335 bbls rosin.Per bark A B Wyman-151 bag3
sea Island cotton, 1900 bales upland cotton, 18
bundle's palmetto leaf.
Ria DE JANEIRO-Per British bark Parthian
247,927 feet deals.
BOSTON-Per sehr Georgetta Lawrence-362
bales upland cotton, 70 tons phosphate rock, 20
casks clay. 390 loose bides. 350 bbls spirits turpen?
tine, 250 bbls rosin, 40,000 feet lumber, 20 tons
NEW YORK-Per steamship Tennessee-73 bags
sea island cotton, 1408 bales upland cotton, 65
casks rice, 40 casks clay, 134 bales domestics, 400
bbls rosin, 14 bbls oil, 81 packages sundries, 28
bbls new potatoes, 20 boxes cabbages, 232 boxes
vegetables, 22.000 feet lumber, 52 packages paper.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship prometheus
63 bales cotton, 55 tierces rice, 137 bales yarn and
thread, 144 bbls rosin, 80 bbls spirits turpentine,
28 casks clay, 25 tess old Iron, loo packages vege?
tables and sundries.Per Bohr S H Sharp
167,921 feet lumber.Per sehr Kate E Rich-120
tons old iron, 58 boxes tm plate, 104,000 feet lum?
ber, and sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gall-05 tierces
rice, 152 bales cotton, 60 casks clay. 140 bundles
paper, 4 bundles leather, 209 bbls rosin, 58,000 feet
lumber, 14 boxes mdse, loo crates green peas.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, May 19.-Noon.-Consols 04%. Bonds
LIVERPOOL, May 19.-Noon.-Cotton Armer; up?
lands nail%d; Orleans ll%d; sales 10,000bales.
Pork qnlet, 128s.
Evening.-Cotton closed quiet; middling up?
lands 10%alld; Orleans ll%d; sales 10,000 bales;
speculation and exports 2000. Naval stores
HAVRE, May 19.-Noon-Cotton opened nat;
on spot If 30%c; afloat ir 28c.
NEW YORK, May 19-Noos .-Stocks irregular.
Money easy ai 4aS per ce ut. Gold 14 ??. Six?
ty-twos 12%. Stirling, long 9%; short 10%.
Tennessee ex-coupons 60%; new 65>,'. Virginia
sixes, ex-coupons COX; uew 70. Louisiana old
75%; Levee sixes, 74%; eights G2. Alabama
eights 102; Aves 75. Georgia sevens 95%. North
Carolina, old, 43%; new 25%. South Carolina,
old 94; new 83%. Flour dull. Wheat heavy and
favors buyers. Coin dull. Pork heavy; mess
$29 62%a29 75. Lard at lC%c. Cotton Armer at
23.r.'3>ic: sales 1100 bales. Turpentine -?out.
Rosin $2 10a212% for strained. Freights dull.
Evening.-The supply or money exceeds the de?
mand-tad; sterling 0%a0%. Gold I4#al4%.
Governments closed steady; Southerns firmer, on
new Teniicsse?.s and Louisianas, Cotton Arm;
sales 1900 bales; middling upland 23%; Orleans
23%c. Flour, State and Western, 6al0c lower;
Soothers lower at $5 OOaO 90. Wheat lc lower.
Corn lc lower. Beer steady; pork dull and lower
at ?29 50. Lard lower; kettle 16%. Whiskey
lower at $1 osal 09. Rice steady. Sugar qnlet. Coffee
steady. Molasses dull. Naval stores and tallow
dull. Freights qnlet.
BOSTON, May 10.-Cotton duH and nominal;
middling 23%c; sales 250 bales; net receipts 22
bales; coastwise 600 bales ; total 622 bales; stock
BALTIMORE, May 19.-Cotton dull; more sellers
than bay ere; middling 22%c; sales 50 bales ; re?
ceipts 52; exports, Continent 395; stock 2033.
CINCINNATI, May 19-Corn In good demand at
95a96c. Whiskey dull at $1 06. Mess pork dull
at $30. Lard dull at 16%c. Bacon in good de?
mand at I3>ic. Sides ie%al7%c; sides generally
ST. LOUIS. May 19.-Corn best grades firm,
others neglected. Whiskey Bteady at $1 08. Pork
$30a30 25. Shoulders 13%c. Clear sides 17%c.
LOUISVILLE, May 19.-Corn $1 20. Provisions
Armer. Pc.k $39. Shoulders 13%c; clear sides
18. Lard 17c. Whiskey $1 07al 08.
NORFOLK, May 19.-Cotton unchanged; low mid?
dling 21c. Sales 60 bales; receiptH 183; exports
coastwise 188; stock 3382.
AUGUSTA, May IP.-Cotton "market quiet but
Arm, at 21a21%c; sales 380 bales; receipts 160
bales. Crops ol all kinds suffering and seriously
injured by drought. No rain in several weeks.
SAVANNAH, May 19.-Cotton in good demand;
middling 2l%c. Sales 406 bales; receipts 925; ex?
ports coastwise 213; Ftock 37,445.
GALVESTON, May 19.-Cotton very firm, holders
asking higher rates; good ordinary 19c; receipts
651 bales; exports coastwise 1454 bales; stock
MOBILE, May 19.-Cotton quiet but Arm; mid?
dling 21%c; sales 300 bales; receipts 627 bales: ex?
ports to New Orleans 200 bales stock 43,787 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, May 19.-Sugar Armer; prime
il%all%c. Molasses, prime reboiled 70a76c. Ster?
ling 26. Sight % premium. Cold 14%. Cotton
Arm with a fair demand; middling 23%c; sales
2700 bales; ne: receipts 061 bales; coastwise 42
bales; total 709 bales; exports to Liverpool 2308
bales; to Havre 2532 bales; stock 122,124 bales.
Manchester Cotton Goods Market.
MANCHESTER, May 3.-The market ror ship?
ping yarns is very quiet, but spinners are well
engaged, and there ls very little change in prices.
For home trade yarns prices arc about an %d
per lb lower than last week, but there hus not
been much business, some small failures having
caused a feeling of depression. The past week
has been one or unusual quietness In thc cloth
market, and the operations have probably oeen
below the production, while thc large arrivals or
cotton have had a depressing influence on values.
The market to-day ls flat, and for such lois as
have been Inquired arter, lower prices only are
offered; but, although we close with a limited bu?
siness, quotations are very little affected, and
sellers, therefore, repeat those or last Tuesday.
Messrs John Slagg Jc Co. report of the cloth mar?
ket that the past week has been one of unusual
May 4 -The market has not yet recovered
rrom the depression caused by thc heavy imports
or cotteril and the large quantities arriving on the
American seaboard. Buyers or cot lon goods de?
cline to give the present high rates, while produ?
cers, looking at their present heavy engagements
and the probable lateness or additional cotton
supplies from India, refuse to make auy conces?
sion. The consequence is inactivity, without
much change in value.
Ktw York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, or the 17th instant:
Prices steady but business light and confined cn
tlrely to retail lots wanted by thc regular trade.
Sales of 50 tes Carolina at 7%a7% cts. Carolina,
common lo good, per cwt, *o 75a7 25: do prime,
do J" 37.'ia7 02%; Rangoon, per pound 5a0c; Kan
goon, gold in bond, do 3a3%c.
From the Journal or Commerce: The market ls
quiet: The demand ls moderate and the holders
keep a ralr supply offering. We quote 6%a7.'2c as
the full range.
From the Herald: Carolina remained quiet,
but steady at former prices. Small sales were
made at 7a7%c.
From the World: Wc find a quiet market at
steady rates. Small sales of Carolina at 7u7%c.
From the Tribune: Rice quiet, sm ill stork triv
ins holders thc advantage; sales or j- b lots Caroli?
na at 7a7%c.
Norfolk Cotton and Corn Market.
! NORFOLK, May 17.-COTTON.-Receipts fdr tue
week 2106 bales. The demand bas been pretty
fair, bat ia the aggregate is not large, the ma?
jority of orders being strict ia selections. There
ls a considerable quantity of sandy and inferior
stock on the market-at the close there is some
tendency to reacting prices, thoagh for desirable
styles there ls no disposition to recede. We quote
sales of 370 bales at 2oa2l)ic for onr best styles.
CORN.-Receipts of the week 15,100 bushels. She
market has been stimulated all the while by very
many small orders, which create an active de?
mand-at the same time all other consumptive
markets being bare, the upward tnrn in lt ls weil
maintained-the closing sales were $1 23al 23>i
for good mixed and white; Si 20 Tor yellow: mar?
ket firm and stiff, and everything. Bold as fast as
offered. rt? M
WILMINGTON, Mav 18-SPIRITS. TURPENTINE.
Market dull, with sales of 78 casks at 35c per
ROSIN.-Sales of 1565 bbls at $145al 50 for
strained; $1 65 for No. 2; $190 for extra No. 2;
$2 50 for low No.l; $3 fer No. 1; $4 50, 4 75a5 for
pale; $5 50a5 75 for extra pale, and Sd for window
glass. The sale for $l 45 for strained was effected
in the morning, but sales were made in the after?
noon at $1 50, and would readily command that
figure at the close of the market, which closed
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of 102 bbls at $2 50
for soft, and fl 50 for hard.
TAR.-S?le9 or25 bbls at $125, and 125 bbls In
order at $l 32 a per bbl. ?
OOTTON.-Sales or 2 'jalea at 19c, and 20 bales
(mixed lots; at 20c per lb.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, May 18.-There was little cotton
offering to-day; middlings 20o20J?.
ATLANTA, May 17.-The market closed at 20#c
for middlings; l9&c for low middlings; 18%c for
good ordinary; I7%c for ordinary.
MACON, Mt.y 17.-Receipts to-day 81 bales; sales
61; shipped 1119. The market was heavy and dall
all day, and there seemed to be a general disposi?
tion on the part of both buyers and sellers to
stand off. The market closed heavy and nominal
at 20% cents for middlings.
COLUMBUS, May 17.-Oar market shows a
strong demand, with prices weaker. Middling
nomlualJy 20)ia20%c; low middlings 20a20tf.
Sales 330 bales; receipts 93 bales; shipments 277
MONTGOMERY, Mav 17.-Market very quiet;
low middlings 2lc.
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Charleston Wholesale PrU-.es.
BAGOTNO, H yard
Dundee. SO ? 45
Gunny Cloth. 29 @ 80
New York Double Anchor, 44
Inches, 2Kths. 30 ?
BALE ROPE, ?H lb
Western. 8 ? 12>?
BUTTER-Goshen. 30 @ 40
County. 25 ? 30
COTTON, $ tts
Ordinary-to good ordinary.... 18X0 21
Low middling. 21M@ 21 li
Middling to strict inlddllDg... 21 22
Good middling. &
Sea Island. 40 @ l oo
Rio. 20 ? 22
. Lagaayra... %t?? 26
Java. 28 ? BO
Carolina Fertilizer, fl 2000 lbs. CO 00 @
Wando Fertilizer. 60 00 ?
Double Refined Poudrette..... 30 00 @
Niles'Phosphate. 63 00 @
Peruvian Guano, 9 2240 lbs...loo oo @
Pacific Guano, V 2000 lbs.65 oo @
Phoenix Guano. 65 00 @
Baugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 tbs co oo @
Rhodes' Phosphate, V 2000 ros 65 oo @
.Rhodes' Standard-Manure ($65
tims). 57 60 ff
Ore lin io Guano ($40 time). 35 00 @
Land Plaster. 13 oo @ 16 00
Mapee' Snper Phos. ? 2000 res. 66 00 @
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 oo @
' Woolston's Vege'or, fl 2000 lbs 05 00 @
Croasdale's Gen. Sup.Pbos. net GO 00 ?
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 oo ?
Sardy'B Phos. Peruvian, cash. 65 00 @
Sanly's Faclflc Guano, cash... 00 00 ?
Patapsco Guano. 65 00 ?
E. Frank Co's Ammoniated
Bone Phosphate. 00 00 ?
Coe's Pure Dissolved Bone_62 oo ta,
Whann'a Superphosphate. 65 00 ? 75 oo
Etiwan Guano, No l ($60 time) 54 so @
Ktlwan Guano, No 2 ($70 time) 63 00 @
Zed's Ammoniated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time). 60 OC ?
Russel Coe's Ammoniated
Bone Superphosphate ($65
time)., 60 oo ?
FLOCB, fl bbl
Fine.:. 5 25 @ 5 so
Super. 6 75 @ o oo
Northern and Western Extra. 0 25 @ 7 oo
Baltimore Extra. @
Extra. 700 @ 800
Family. 8 00 @ 9 50
GRAIN, $ bushel
Maryland Oats. 85 ?
Western Oats. ?
Corn. 1 38 ? 1 46
HAT, fl cwt
North River. 1 70 @
LUMBER, ft M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 ? SS Oo
White Pine, good run. 38 oo @ -io oo
Yellow Pine. 20 oo @ 24 00
Boards, rough. 14 00 (?? 15 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 @ 32 00
MOLASSES, ? gallon
Cuba. 30 @
Muscovado. 39 @ 42
Sugar-house. 50 @ 1 00
New Orleans. 77 @
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl
Rosin, pale. 4 00 @ 4 75
Rosin, No. 1. 8 00 m
Rosin, No. 2. 1 60 @
Rosin, No. 3. 1 55 @
Spirits Turpentine, ? gallon.. 34 @
Oakum, ? rb. 10 @
NAILS-American 4@20d., H keg 5 05 @ 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's. F.F.F. g.... fl 70 @
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5 60 @
Dupont's, Blasting... 4 25 @
PROVISIONS, V re
Bacon, Dams. 22 @ 24
Sides. 'i83?@ 1?
Shoulders. Wi? 15
Lard, in keg. 18;<@ 20
Butter. 30 ? 40
Cheese. 15 @ 30
Potatoes, Irish, fl bbl. 2 00 @ 3 00
Sweet. 3 50 @ 4 00
Onions. 6 50 @
Apples. 5 00 @ C 00
Eggs....;. 25 @ SO
Poultry-Chickens, ^ doz.... 3 00 @ 4 00
Fowls, f) doz. 5 00 <a G 00
RICE, lb-Carolina. 06^@ OT?,;
East India.:. @
SALT, f> sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 40 @ 1 50
Liverpool, line. O
SUGAR, H rb-Kaw. @
Porto Rico. @
Muscovado. 09 ? ll '.,
EES WAX-fl lb. 38 ?? 40
illina. Greeu-? rb. os ?
Dry. 18 @
CHESTN?TS- bushel. 4 00 @
Stocks of Cotton in thc Interior Towns
not included in thc Receipts*
Augusta* Ilara'g.May 13 12,608|
Macon, Ga.May Hi 8,54.r
Columbus, Ga.May 13 7,906
Montgomery, Ala.May G G.939
Selma. Ala.May r> 4,742
Memphis, Tenn.May 6 17,107
Nashville, Tenn.May 14 6,031
Toral .I 63.*3C?
Receipts by Railroad, May 19.
80UTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
230 hales cotton, 79 bales goods, 715 bushels
grain, 207 bbls naval stores, 310 sacks oil meal, 12
ears lumber. To Railroad Agent. J Marshall, lt
Mure A co. Kinsman A Howell, Smith A Chapeau,
Peizer, Rodgers A co, J C Malionee, Mowry A Son,
Street Bros 4 co,Frost k Auger, W c Courtney k
co, J B E Sloan, W W Smith, Q W WlMamB k co,
G H Walter k co, W B Williams k co, G W Witte,
and W1S8 k co.
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
57,086 bales uplands, from Mobile ooo balee, from
Savannah 0484 bags sea Island and Tl bales up?
land, and from Charleston 4030 bags sea Island and
iou bales upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida. Texas au?J savanmh.
Exports of Rice. Naval Storcsjand .Lum?
ber from the Port of Charlenton, from
September 1, 1909, to May lt, 1870.
New York.... 7.479
New Orleans.. I
St John's, N B.
Rio dc Janeiro
Comparative Exports of Cotton and Rice
from thc Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 1809, to May 10, 1870.
S. I.iBp'd. iRlcelS. I.iUp'd. i Rice
Other Br. Ports
Tot'l G. Britain
Ol her Fr. Ports
Total France..; 556
N. of Eurone..
Ton N. Europe
W. Indies, 4c.
Total F. Ports..! 7035
Bait, k Nr'folk
Tot'l Cse Ports
2428 119] 14 6503 1751
.1.1. 1784 .
99734 117751 2664 94612 1290?'
8U4? 23421.1 6742? 1953
143241 5174 151 157791 Cl?S
. 30271 43 9?| 1402
143241 51741 15
12242 20.8690 241641 6101
MA.RIXE NH WS.
CHARLESTON, S. C., MAY 2 0
Spur Ida Richard.-on, Bedell, Baltimore-s days.
Corn, oats, Hour and mdse. To Mnster. M Lulus,
Stenhouse k co. Holmes 4 Calder, J C L'luhuie,
and T J Kerr x co.
Sehr Surprise, Beers. Baltimore-6 days. Corn,
oats and mdse. To H F Baker A- co, D C Kbaugh,
J A Quackenbiwh, Stetfens, Werner A- Ducker, Y
0 C Kracke, RA AP Caldwell, T J Kerr .t cu. lt
M Butler k Son, and J Campscn k co.
Sdtr Altoona, Fitzgerald, New York-s days.
Railroad iron. To J H Risley, am' Itailroud Agent.
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbati. West Point Mill.
74 tierces rice. To Cohen, llunckel A- co, and \V
C lien ?V co.
Received from Dennett's Mill. 4.". tierces rice.
To W C Bee 4 co.
Brig,I L, Pvc, Walters, St Thomas, W I. - days.
Ballast. To J A l-ltis'.ow 4 co.
FROM THIS ru RT.
Steamship Promt'hcus, Gray, Philadelphia,
Sehr Courrai America, Williams, Boston,May io.
rr ror. Tnis PORT.
Sehr Helene, Hahrs, at Boston, May Hi.
The brig Kennebec, from Philadelphia for
Charleston, was spoken May l?, ihu:y-?ve miles
north of Hatteras.
List of Shipping
IN THE PORT OF CHARLESTON. MAY 19.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
J W Evcrmnn, Ml tons, Hinckley, at Atlantic
wharf, for Philadelphia,loading-WA Courte?
Falcon, 672 tons. Horsey, at Union whan', for Bal?
timore, loading-I' C Treuliolm.
Ansdell (Br), - tons. Taplin, at Marshall's wharf,
for a Port in Great Britalu, loading- B Mure
JOBle A Devereanx, S8l tone. Clark, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-M Gold?
smith A Son.
G W Morris (Br), 133 tons, Morris, at Accommoda?
tion wharf, from Matanzas, waiting-W P
Abby Thaxter, 19-2 tons, Parker, at Johnson's
wharf, from New York, discharging-Street
Bros k co.
C C Colson, - tons, Payson, In the Stream, from
Boston, waiting-Street Bros k co.
J L Pye (Br,) 371 tons, Walters, at quarantine, from
St Thomas, jost arrived-J A Enslow & co.
Nora (Br), 132 tons, Howes, at Brown k co's wharf
from Matanzas, waiting-W P Hall.
3 H Sharp, 248 tons, Webb, In the Stream, for
Philadelphia, ready-H F Baiter k co.
Gettysburg, 268 tons, Corson, In Ashley River,
for Philadelphia, loading-W Roach k co.
Myrover, 431 tons,. Brown, in Ashley River, for
New York, loading-W Roach & co.
J H Hancock, 443 tons, CrowelL In the Stream,
for Navasaa, ready-w.Roach k co.
Wenonah, 90 tons. Noves, in Ashley River, for
Baltimore, loading-Street Bros A co.
Sabino,143 tons, Carrier, in Ashley River, for a
Northern Port, loading-T Tupper A Sons.
H L Slagbt, 237 tons, Wells, at Brown k co's whf,
for Boston, loading-M Goldsmith & Son.
Daniel Gifford. 253 tons, Jirrell, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Philadelphia,loading-H F Baker
JW Coffin. 154 tons, Upton, at Atlantic wharf,
from Fredicksburg, Va, discharging-J A Ens
low A co.
Hattie, - ton?, Mcclintock, at Kerr's wharf,
from Norfolk, Va, discharging-T J Kerr A co.
Emeline McLean, - tons, Hall, In Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loading-W Roach A co.
Julia E Garaage. - tons, Pitcher, In Ashley
River, for Baltimore, loading-Street Bros A
Mary Ella, - tons. Thomas, In Ashley River, for
Providence, loading-L T Potter.
Surprise. - tons, Boers? at Kerr's wharf, from
Baltimore, discharging-H F Baker A co.
Ida Richardson, - tons, Bedell, at Accommoda?
tion wharf, from- Baltimore, discharging
Akoona, - tons. Fitzgerald, at Johnson's wharf,
from New York, discharging-J H Risley.
LIST OF VESSELS
UT, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
F o R?7 G N .
The Village Queen, McCray, up.March 31
DOM E~S TIC.
Brig Lewis L Squires, Tyler, up.April 21
Sehr Montana, Bearse, up....r..April 29
Sehr Helene, Bahrs, up.:-May ic
Steamship Sonth Carolina. Adkins, sid.May 18
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, cleared.May 9
Sehr David Wasson, Tapley, up.May 4
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, ap.May 0
Sehr J S Ingraham, Packard, cleared.May 10
Sehr Wm Bernent, Pen nv, np...May 12
Sehr E A Hooper, Champion, cleared.May 13
Brig Kennebec, Mlnott. cleared.May 3
Sehr Edith Everman, Corson, cleared.Af*il 25
Sehr Governor Burton, Ludia m, cleared.. .May 9
Sehr J H Stickney, Feoks, cleared.'.. .May 13
Sehr Muy Morn, Stetson, cleared.May 16
Sehr E S Potter, Potter, up.Moy 16
Brig Mary E Dana, O'Neill, cleared.May 9
.Illino, Crockett}, Sst. .
-^yiLLIAM ii. WHILDEN & CO.,
S? ver-Plated ware,
CROCKERY, CHIXA AXD GLASSWARE.
CHINA DINNER SETS from $35 to $75.
CHIXA TEA SETS rrom ?8 to ?2;'..
CUT GOBLETS, $2 M IO 512 per dozen.
CUT CHAMPAGNES, ?2 60 to Jiu per dozen.
CUT WINES, $1 25 io $3 per dozen.
CIT CORDIALS, SI 2? to SO per dozen.
CUT LEMONADES, $2 50 to $6 per dozen,
f UT TUMBLERS, 75 cents to $12 per dozen.
DECANTERS, $2 to $12 per dozen.
THE IMPROVED GEM SELF-SEALING JARS
EXTRA PIECES FOR CHINA SETS.
CROCKERY AND GIL ASS WA RE
DC ORIGINAL PACKAGES.
AT WHOLESALE, No 137 MEETING ST.
OPPOSITE HAYNE STREET.
AT RETAIL, No. 255 KING STREET,
EJrngs, dljetmcals, Sst.
J^USSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL
FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
ALLAYS INFLAMMATION OF THE GUMS. Ct'RES
CUOL1C, CrtOLEKA INFANTUM, DYSENTERY. -
ANO AIL DISEASES TO WHICH
CU I LOREN ARE SUBJECT
W ll EN TEETHING.
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE.
RUSSELL'S SOOTHING CO II DIAL ls offered to
the public with un absolute guarantee against all
dancer from ils use. Read the following certifi?
CHARLESTON, May IC, 18C8.
Mr. J. B. RUSSELL, one or our careful and intel?
ligent Pharmaceutists and Apothecaries, has sub?
mitted to my examination the formula for the
preparation of a Soothiug Cordial prepared and
vended hy him.
it affords me pleasure to express a favorable
opinion of its sale and efficient adaptation to Hie
particular cases or thc diseases ol'children, which
it is designed to relieve.
E. GEDDINGS, M. D.
CHARLESTON. S. C.. 1SCS.
I certify that I have most successfully used
RUSSELL'S Soothing Cordial lu the Summer Com?
plaints of infants. He has fully exhibited the in?
gredients of his remedy, ami the tedious method
of preparation. I recognize the prescription
containing no anodyne whatever-as a must safe
um! efflcadous une in bowel affections of children.
When much nain or restlessness attends the affec?
tion, doses or Paregoric can be added to the pre
scribed doses of the Cordial according to the ajrc
of the patient. The compound, though more
often, acts in an ertlclcul manner without auy ad?
dition or anodyne.
In the Diarrhoea of the aced, in Increased doses,
it ls nf great value as a remedy; never disagree?
ing with the stomach-increasing appetite, im?
proving digestion, and acttng as a slow but effi?
cient astringent agent.
W. M. FITCH, M. D.
CHARLESTON, S. C., lscs.
Dear Sir-I have used your Soothing Cordial for
Diarrhoea In teething children, and lind it a very
excellent preparation, lt bas a great advantage
over most preparations of the kiiid in containing
no Opium or Narcotic.
When these ure required they can bc added m
proportions applicable to the case:
1 therefore can recommend its use in thc affec?
tions for which lt is designed.
Respectfully yours, Ac,
t. L. OG I ER, M. D.
MOUNT PLEASANT, S. C., lses.
Mr. J. h. Russel! ; " iU "
DEAI: MK_I have used your Soothing Cordial
for children extensively In my practice, and most
cheerfully testify tu its merits. 1 have found it,
without an exception, to accomplish all it claims,
nnil consider it superior to anything in use for
children. , , ,
Its freedom from anodyne of any kind recom?
mends it us a perfectly safe preparation In the
hands of IUD:hers and inexperienced nurses.
Very rcspectruilv, Ac,
D. R. WILLIAMS, M. D.
Made bv J. U. RUSSELL, Chemist.
Sold hv Dr. H. BA ER, Wholesale Agent for |
South Carolina. ocU3
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, \
CHARLESTON, S. C., Maj ll, 1870. j
On and after Sunday, Mtv 15th, the Passenger
Trains upon the South Carolina Railroad will run
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.23 P. M.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.10 p. M.
Leave Aueosta.8,00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.7.45 ^. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.30 p. M.
AUGUSTA MIGHT EXPRESE.
Leave Charleston.8.30 P. M.
Leave Augusta..'....0.00 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.40 A.M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P.M.
Leave Columbia.7.60 P.M.
Arrive at Columbia. e.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.:.6.45 A. M.
Leave Charleston.2.50 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays exv
cepted,) connects with up and down Day PasT
sengers at Ringville..
Leave Camden....'.6.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.LOOP. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.40 P. M.
H. T. PE ABE,
m ay 13 ? General Snperln tendent.
Star 61] ivis.
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AGENT FOR THE MANUFACTURERS
OP TBS y
EACH QUALITY OF SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
NO. 42.$2 00
No. 62. 2 60
No. 72. 3 00
No. 92. 3 60
SAVE MONEY BY HAYING YOUR
EXECUTED AT THE NEWS JOB
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OFFICE NO. 276 KINO STEHST.
RISH ROOFING FELT.
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Material for Rooting known.
For sale by
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Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
mob24 Gmo Charleston, S. C.
W^T^ SCLU EVERYWHERE. ftfgTK
& WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
N. B. The Commissioner of Rerenno has decided
that any dealer can sell thia article without a
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