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GENOA-Per brig Flora-930bales upland cotton
BARCELONA-Per brig Toro-300 bales up and
cotton- 4600feet lumber, 5 bbls cotton seed oil.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship James Adger-702
bales cotton, 94 bales domes?cs. S7 bbl3 rosin, oo
tons pig iron, 25 packages sundries, lo.ooo feet
1 BALTIMORE-Per steamship Maryland-347 rcs
; ric*, 460 bales cotton, lt? bales yara, is bales do?
mestics, 6* bales hides, 16 sacks and 12 bbls dned
fruit, ll rolls leather, 15,000 feet lumber, and sun?
FALL RIVBB, MASS-Ber sehr John Clark-133,
000 feet^ plank. _
Vii?.Cli?rIe?iou conon, nive ?ixl Neural
* Store? Market.
OFFICE CHARLESTON NlWfl, *}
TUESDAY E7sKft.- G. Marc a 7, 1371. j
COTTON.-The market for this staple showed a
steadily weakening tendency, and prices receded
about Kc V rb, there being a fair business doing
at the concession?, largely to one buyer. Sales
about 1200 bales, say 29 a; 9X, 66 at lix, 29 at
llX, 2?*at 12,17 at lax, 50 at 12X, 48-atH, 112 at
18X, 72 at 133,', 236 at 18X, 217 at 18X, 40 at M, 2
at 14X. We quote: .? *
Ordinary to<good ordtaury.lix@12X
RICK.-This grain was in good request at previ?
ous rates; sales about 320 tierces of clean Caroli?
na, say 60 tierces at 7?c, 40 at 713-16, 193 at
715-16, 20 at Sc V tt. Ve quote common to fair
clean Carolina at 7-X@7X; good ?#@8c ft ?.
NATAL STORES.-The stock of these artistes is
light, and business unimportant. ? *
FMIOHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nome
nal on uplands; via New York, Xd on up
lands, ld@ixd On sea islands ; by sal.
7-16 on uplands, Xd on sea islands.
To Havre nommai, coastwise-to New York,
by steam, xe on uplands and Xe on se?>
Islands; $175 fl tierce on ric?: by sail, ytc ? lt. ot.
cotton ; - y* tierce on rice; 40c ft barrel on rosin -
$7@s ft M on lumber; $9@lo ft M on timber, j Ti
Boston, by Bail, Xe 9 lb on upland cotton.
To Providence, by sad $8 ft M on boards, Sc
V ft on conon; by steam $1 fi bale-on New
Tork rates. To Philadelphia, .by steam, xe ft lb
onnplands; by sail, $7 fi M on boards: $9 on
timber; $3 fi ton on clay, aad $S@3^o on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, xe-ft to by |
?ail, $6 50?7 fl M on boards; $3@3 ?5 fi ton
phosphate rock: Vessels are In demand by
oar merchants to take lamber freights fri in
Georgetown, S. C., Uar.en and Satllla Ritter, Ca
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, aud-f io
@I2 * M are the rates op lumber and buards.
fixcoANOX.-Sterling 60 day bills 20 xftgo'x
DoMxsno " ExoHAxes;. - Tue vwks parcha.? e
sight checks at X off, ?and sell at par.
.Harket* by Telectrttph.
MONEY . U AKRETS.
Kaw YORK, March 7-Noon.-Stccks active
and Btrcng. State bonds very dall at ladt nights'
prices. Money 4a5. Gold steady, ll. Exchange,
long 9X1 short WX? Freights dnlk
Eve nmg.- Freights a trifle Am: er. stocks fev?
erish; dealings very heavy. Money 4o5.~ Ster?
ling 9X. Gold lix- Governments dull; edxty
twosiax. Tennesfess 64X: new, M. Virginias
8*X;new?5. Louisianas 69X; new62X; Levees
T2X; eights' 8*. AmbamBa,lOo-, fives 67. Georgias
?0; sevens 90. NorthCai-olmas ft% ; new 27." South
Carolinas, old "l; new 01?
conon MABBSXa. '
LIVERPOOL, Masch 7-?oon.-?-?ottoa holders
pressing sales; uplands 7tfd; Orleans TXd;
gales lo.ooo bales. - . ;
Even tor.-Cotton "holders pressing pales; up
lauda-7a7Xd; Orleans 7Xa7Xd ;-salei woo oaks:
speculation and export acoo.
Nsw; YOBX,- March 7-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
middling uplands 14Xc; Orleans 15>.c; Balm im
'hases.'- - . i
Evening.-Oetton, sales 3290 bales at 14xe; Or-J
leans 15XC. . ? 1
.BOBTON,-March 7.-Cotton dull and heavy; mld
dllngB-Iic; net receipt* 73 bale?; gross 1416; sales
-400; stock 9000. :
BALTIXOBB, March 7.-Cotton easy; middlings
14XaMXc; gr?es receipts 010 bale?; exported to
Great Brit am 5W: sajcajm; ?tock i4,ss\ ^
X oaf OLK, March 7.-Cotton dull and lower;
middlings i2X; net-receti.ts 1140 bales; exports to
Great Britain 824; coastwi?e 716; sales 100; Kt ck
ACUCSTA, March 7-Cotton market irregular
and duli.at lsxc for middlings; sales 360 bales;
receipts soo. ' *
SAVANNAH, March 7.-Market irregular; mtd
dlings 13Xc; net reo iptsl325 bales; exports to
Great Britain 4375; continent 3690; cca-twtse I2b2:
sales 1900: stock 78,792.
MOBIL*, March 7_Cotton quiet, middlings rio;
net receipts 1025 baies-; expjrts- coastwise ices;
sales 1000; stockRSOl.
G ALVESTON, March 7.-Cotton qnlet; good ordl?
nary HXallXc; net receipts 1875 balts; exports
to Great Britain 997; sales 700; J: oe k 61,310.
.Nsw ORLEANS, March :.-cotton dull and tend?
ing down; middlings 14Xe: net r?c?lpfs S324
batesf gross 8771; exports to Havre 3043; to Ham?
burg 1320; sales 7000: stock 296,000,
PROVISIONS AND PK CDU CB MAKEETS.
Nsw YORK. March 7-Noon.'-Floor duli. Wheat,
quiet and heavy: Corn quiet asad unchanged.
Pork quiet at $21 76. Lard dull. Tarpeutlue
steady at 54c. Rosin firm.- $2"65a2 70 for strained.
Evenlng.-Flour,Sontheru quiet and unchanged;
common to fair e tra, $7a 7 70; good to choler-,
$7 75a9. Whisk-y firmer at'SSXata, Wheat dull;
winter acaree and advancing. Corn closed dull
and heavy,at 88a8fc Pork flauer at $n 67a22. Beef
quiet. Lard a sh a de firmer. Narai stores steady
ann firm. Tallow dall at 8j?a?c.
OTNCiNNAT?f Mai ch 7.?-Flour Brm. Corn steady.
Provisions quiet and weak. Mess pork, $21 6ua
21 :?. Bacon and lard nominal ; BO pressure.
Whiskey ^-an advance asked, but not established.
LOUISVILLE. March 7.-Floor firm. Com. nota-1
lng doing: Mesa pork (21 76. .Slionlt'e^s 9c; clear
sides 11,vc. Laru 12Xai3Xc ' Whiskey 84a86c.
ST. LOUIS, Mai ch 7.-Moor firm: winter ss 90a
6. Corn, Bulk 49c; sacks dec. Whiskey duli at
87XC. Bagging unchengtd. Perk gsl 60a21 75
Shoulders 9o ; near sides llXc- Lard j?xai2Xo"
Bast?n <k Co.'* Conon ?rport, fia- tbe
Wet k Ending .H?rth 3,1801:
KEw YORK. Mareil 4 -ia oar last report the
. market waa cloted s^auy at ??%Q ux nwouag*.
Saturday i framar ket was quiet and. unchanged;
eales 218* bbies. Monday lhere was a fair nosi?
ness transacted at easier rajes; thc oiler in gs were
free, but chiefly ef the lower ? retie*; sales 3846
:.' bales; middlings lfiXo. Tuesday tue mortat was
dull, and prices xe lower on the poorer grades;
sates 2875 bales;.middlings- i5j?c. Wednesday
the m-irket was doh and tteprtated; sales 2654
bales; middlings 15XC Tliutsday Ute market
wis dull, aud prices easer; tho offerings were
liberal, and a streng disposition was exhibited on i
. the part or holders to realize; snits ?9l9 balt?;_|
middlings 15c. Yesterday tbe market waa heavy
and depressed; the Otterings wei? liberal, hold?
ers exhibiting astrong disposition to realize, and
in many cases pressing .their sutton ior sale*
sales 4477 bates; uiiuduxga 14,Vc.
RSCEIPTS AND EXPORTS,-The receipts this
. week have been 131,419 bales, against 74,620
bales the. corresponding week last j ear, and the
Xor eic n exports 157,758 bates, agamst 60,951 bales
. Cplana sew
and Floridas. Mobile. Orleans. Texas.
Ordinary.lix lix 124,' 12'.'
Good ordinary..12X I3*i . ISJJ ?3*4
Low middling...13X 14 Wi i4u
Middling.lix 15 15? . 16X
Sales ol the week is,965 bales, including 4145 to
spinners, 23s IQ speculators, and 14,58a to ex?
i Gross receipts at this port for the week 81,727*
bales; since 1st of September 725,198 bat?, against
498,077 bales last y*ar.
STATISTICAL POSITION- ian. 1870.
Stock tn Uverjasjui.bales. 710,000 291.760
Afloat from India. 120,(>00 94,800
Afloat from America. S6u,eoo 286,000
Stock in London.78,230 75,140
Afloat for London. 20,000 31,800 ;
Stock In Havre. 44.230 -83 05O
Afloat for Uavre. 960 21 387
Stock tn Bremen. 3.67? 6,666
Afloat for Bremen. 30 435 22,029
Stock in United states ports.. 095,724 532,966
Stock in^he interior towna.... 123,224 ioi,ieo
Excess m-visiVdes??pl^.-cimV WTJ
pared wltn 1870.*.. M? fiTS
Stock of cotton held by Man- ??,?.?
chester eplun-rs ?t.the mills 105,000 45 ooo
.Trice of mia Orleans in Liver- .
pool.-,. 7 9-16d- ll i'll
Price of'mid Orleans in New
York.15 >?c. 23i'i>
Sew York Rice .Market. . -
From the Daily Bulletin. March 6: The market
ls about the same as last noted- prices on al
styles rema ning very firm and howers in DO*.
session or Bingil stocks md oifertug them spat in rr
ly, while buyers Agu:'s closely to actual wants
and business mode.ate. sales or i-null lots Caro?
lina at 8X?8Xc and 150 bags Raugoon at l?c
currency, duty ric? and $3 40 gol I, lu bond.
. Norfolk GraIn Warkot.
NORFOLK. March 4.-CORN.-The market to?
day was very dull thc bad weather inwrfering
materially with operations. The onjy Balts repor?
ted are MW bu-heis \ edow at 79c, and 250 bushels
whu e at soc.
OATS- 1 ne only transaction reported ls the sa e
Of a smaU lot from vessel at 63c.
Kccelpta Oy UaUruail. March 7.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
??^i&lfi ???on* ? bates goods, so bbls flour.
To ijiuroad Agent. Peteer. Roda-ers ? c.. G ll
Walter A- co. Mowry ft s,n. A .1Skhuas^ Dow
lingiccsRee. er A.DavLs. Wc Courtney *'co?\V I
W Smith, Geo A Trenholm A Sen, Sloan A Selg
nloas, w u Bee A co, A B Mulligan, Frost A Adner,
W K Kyan, T P Smith, Wilcox, Gibbs A co, W A
Courtenay ana W B Williams A Son.
79bales iroiaau cotton, 2 bags sea island cotton,
69bbls naval stores, bags rough rice and peas,
nails, cars lumber and wood, mdse, Ac. To G W
Williams A co. Frost A Adger, T P Smith, Mow?
ry A Son. W K Byan, Brodie A co, A J Salinas, J
Marshall. Jr. Reeder A Davis, F W Emanuel, F W
[M Hammond, W M Bird A co. Sloan A Setentona,
[SC Railroad-Agent, Mallonee A Kenyon, E Wel?
ling, Railroad Agent, and Order.
SATANICAS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
21 bales cotton, sacks rough rice, cars wood,
lumber. Ac. To Stoney A Lowndes, J R Pringle
A Son, J OH Claussen. Murdaugh A Mathews, W
C Bee A co, W P Dowling A co, M Farris.. Z Rich?
ardson, W H Mauldin. C Voigt, R II ColcoCk, Fra?
ser A Dill, H Bischoff A co, und A L Wescoat.
Per steamship James Adper, for "New Torte
J W Noolenskiaud wife, H Thompson, J Wingate,
A Stevens, SH Ward, Colonel R S Swards, Master
Swards, M Newbold, wife and two children, W S
Duke, w Green, J A Foggs and wife, D D Rich?
mond. Mrs R Foggs, Ml33 Foggs, G W Phelps. P
Campbell, Miss Margaret cleeser, H FosseTt, G J
Laird, a ad J McMultay.,
PeP steamship Champion, from New York
T M wneeler and wire. Master Wheeler, J P Mc?
Donald. G White, A Vargo, Miss Wheeler. Miss
Lovell. I Porter.. T M Horsey. S F Ellis, A W War?
den, Mr E 'ts and wile, J Foray the, and J Baker.
Per steamer Pilot Boy. from Beaufort, Pacific
Landing and Chlsolm's Landing. Ac-J Harris, J
W Moore, Dr S'L Cuthbert, R G Bolrnes, J H Clan?
cy. J A Med ea and lady. J V McNamee, C G Ken?
dall and lady. W H McGill and'wire, Miss Kirby,
Mts A Kendal!, J C Moore, Mrs Seeley, Miss see
lev, and C ti Wright.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
J Sampson. Major S T* Atkinson, Miss Richardson,
Miss Verdler. Miss F Baker, Captain P R Laehl
cotte, Captain Ferris. A Morgan, J LaBruce, and
MARISE SEWS. '
CHARLESTON, S. 0-.MARCH'8, J?71.
Steamship Champion Lockwood, New York
left Saturday. Mdse. To James Adger A co. J E
Adger 4 co, T D CUncy A co, W H Chafee ? co, J
D Aiken * c?>. Ml'es Drake, G W Atmar. H A Due,
D A Amine Dow ie, Moi?e A Davis, P Brady. Eilas
BroB,*B Bovd, ForchgO.t, Beneeict A co, D Broad
roor. I) F F'lemhiK A co, F C Borner. J S Fairly A
co. J P Browne, Forsy the, Mccomb A co. E E Bed?
ford, H Gerdrs * co. E Bates A co, J M Greer A
Son, K T Brown, E H Gardner, T M Brlstoil A co,
J ll nilton. S Brown. T M Hor.-ey A Bra C Ber
.busse, N A Bunt, H Bischoff A co, J nurka mn A
co. W S Bteeell. D B Ilaselton. Bayer A Kressel.
Joiwston, Crews A co. K G Chisolm. 0 E A A S
Johnson, L Ohupin, W H Jones A co, L Cohen, J R
Johnson, cameron, Darkey A o. A Isear, Crane.
Boj 1st o a * co. c H Johnson. .ICH Claussen. T M
Cater, Kriete A Chapman. Klines Wicfcnbeig i
co. Kamapaux* Gonzalez. M H Collins, G Koesurv
C LTachyl. A Lock woo i. E F Luberkert. A Lan?
ger, L Lor?atz, P B L'Hahe A co. Lengnlck. Sell A
"Foster, J B Moore. L D Mowry A Son, Rtv. John B
Moore. S R Mar*hau, Ma-tout A co, W Matthles
sen, J? Miluor A co, Mc Loy A RIce.D O'Neill A
Son, J F O'Neill, Ostwalorn' iii", B O'Neill, Pani,
Welch A Brandes, C Pienge. C P ^oppenheim, C F
Panknia. J S A E Piersou. J Panker, Captain M >
Porter, W F Paddon, J Kells, L Schnei), P i ! Schro?
der, H Siegllog, E B Stoddard A co, Stoil, Weob A
co, W Shepherd A co, Som herd Expaess Compa?
ny, Stiffens, Werai r A co, J F Tailor A co. Tide
niaun, Calder A co. R Tiiojnlioson A co, M Triest,
T rupper A Sons, A Von Dohlen, i? Walsh, W H
Welch, 0 F Wleters, W J Yates, S 0 Railroad
Agent, aud otlier*.
sehr Mary Wilds, Jonss, Norfolk, Va-io (lays.
Corn. Jo W C Courtney A co, aud J A Enslow
. Sdir C S Groves, Weaver. Savannah. Guano.
To.WUc?x, Gibba.* co. Yesserto K F Baker A co
Sehr'Ann S Deas, Qarbattl. West Point Mill. 41
tlerc?s rice. To G A Trenholm A Son, and W c
.Bec A oo/
Steamer Pilot Boy, Sly, Savannah, Beaufort
Pacljlc aud other Landings. :c bags sea Maud
ol too. mdse, Ac. To J D Aiken A co. Fraser A
PID, J Mathews, W Gurner, T Kelly, Ravenel A co,
J M Caldwell A Son, w c Bee A co. aud A M Adger.
Steamer Emme, White, Georgetown, s u. Vi-,
tierces rice, 2 bales cotton, mdse and sundrh-s
-T-o-Wwckclfoi?! A Kelty, Thurston A Holmes. Mrs
W Harrull C ? Neilson. U Boyd. J R Pringle A
Son, J M Eason A Bro, Terry A Nolan, aud Boll
mann Bro?.- fi
Received from Chlsolm's Mill. 149 tes rleef ToJ
WC Bee A co. .
-? LN THE OFFING.
A brig unknown.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. New York
-James Adger A co.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, -Baltimore
P 0 Trenholm.
Brig Flora. Mtrtford, G'-noa-Hunt Brcs A co.
SpanWb brig Toro, Mas, Barcelone-W-p Hull.
Sehr John Cl.trk, Dix, Fall River, l?a-s-H F
Baker A co. \
SAILED YESTERDAV. '"
Ste?msnlp James Adgert.Lockwood. New York.
Steamship Maryland. Johnson, Ualuaiorr.
. Steamet; Dictator. Cosetter. Palatka via, Jack?
sonville, Savannah, Ac
FROM TBIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhall, New York,
PACIFIC ill- STEAMSHIP COMP?>
rHKoran LINS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
" FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers or the abovjs lmel-eitve Pier
No. 42. North River, foot at Canal"_
street, NflW York,at 12 o'clock cooa, ci the u:
and 20th1 or 'every mouth Mexoept. wh&u the?*
dates mil on Sunday, then the Saturdav prereo
ing. .. . *
Departure of the 20th connect?t Panama: wit:
steamers for south Paciac and Central America;
.ports. Thuse of 4tn touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves Sun Francisco for Jg
pan anu. Ciuna April t, ibu.
No California steamers touch at Havana, bu?
go Uri eel from New York to ABpiuwaii.
One "hundred ri-'audBhapgageiree'toeacn adul:
Medicine aud attendance .free. .. -
. For Fat?age Ticket* or other intarniatlon apph
3t the COMPANY'S TICKET OFELiS, on zav
wuari foot of Caaai street, North River, Ne?
York. F. H. BABY, Agent.
jp 0 IV SAVANNAH.
ELEGANT STATE il OOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
The Splendid Steamer CITY . -rat^S.
POINT, Captain D. B. Vine nj, will ?^??HCC
leave St.ti. hern Wharf for tte above ploie un rm.
?AT EVENING, Mureil 10.187J, at 8.80 o'cl ?ck.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain L. M. Coxet
ter. ?will leave Som ht rn Wharf ou TUESDAY EVEN
INO. March 14,1871, ut.S.3u o'clock, for ?he above
?puet. * RAVwfEii A CO..
JfOR SAVANNAH VIA BEA?FOET AND
Tlie Steamer PILO*/ BOY, Captain ?
J. W. sly, will leave Cent: ni Wharf jaBjj
for above :wints every MONDAY MOKMNO, ai >
o'clock., and fur Reaufott and Puctu-? Landing
every ?HCK3DAV, leaving .here at s o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passage. a|>plv to
J. D. AIKEN, Agent,
fe:* * No. 5 Central- Wharf.
"YyrEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH EV DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, BILTO.'
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DARI EN AND
The favorite Steamer
. ELIZA H A. TST COX,
Captain L. w. Brays,
win receive Freight at Acc. mmoda- - .
ihm V, iwrf for above ixuuts every
TuasDAX ana leave on ever} '.VHI.M^UAV UUHN
Od, ia? o'clock, arnvlu g at Savannah we sam
eveniug, and leaving Jor Danen, ic, the follow
ing morning. Returuing, w>il leave Savannah fo:
Ctiarleston every MOKRAV M.-KNINC; at 7 o'clock
For Freight or passage, ayply to
RAVKNEL. HOLML'S A CO.,
senlO No. 177 East B^7.
R F LOR IDA,
TWICE A tVEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA JACKSON
VILLE, P1LATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
TUE ST. J'.-.UN> UIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain ? ^Tr^w
L. M. Coxen BB, wi? so, ?rom?fi?B3BaC
Southern Whan for above noinis every MSwo
LvtNiNo.at ?.aoo'clock, arnriug back ii charles
toa every SC><DAY AFKKKUOK. St :. u'ctoefc
win H^e1?er<ilTYwPu':;T- 1>. B. vincent,
wui sall from Southern w narr for ado ve SOU u
every FRIOAT BT?HC?,'M *..TJ V '. S irr; a '
o'clock. Char;esun f*??c?i>AV AJ?SHSSM ?
RAVENEL i '. f.. Agent?,
oetl?_ S i tker., wlmVr.
J?ENZLNE, DUULLE Dl.-iTlLLEI?,
FOR CLEANING CLOTHES.
For sale wholesale and retail bv
Dr. H. DAER.
No. 101 Met :\u\; ttrtct
COTTON FOR BOSTON, FALL BIYBR,
PROVIDENOB, Ac.-REDUCED RATES.
THREE HUNDRED BALES WANTED.
FOR NEW YORK-MERCHANTS' LIN]
The First-class Regular Packet Schooner
N. W. SMITH, Captain W. A. Tooker, want?_
Cotton to nil up. Apply to
roarT-2 '_WILLIAM ROACH & CO*
jp OH LIVE R PO O L.
300 TO 600 BALES COTTON WANTED.
The Al American Clloper Bark MIDAS,
Higgins, Master, wants the above to com?
plete cargo. Apply to
mar7-2 WILLIAM ROACH & CO., Agents
The First-class British Bark MINNIE,
Stewart, Master, having a portion of her]_
cargo engaged, and being of small capacity, will
meet with dispatch for tue above port.
For Freight engagements apply to
ROBT. MCRE & CO..
The Al" British Bark B?LTISTE, Nielse?,
Master, havtog a>portion of her cargo en-_
gaged and being of small capacity, wai meet wai
djsputch for the above port. For Freight engage?
ments apply to ROBERT MURE A CO.,
feb21 . Central Wharf.
JOB N E \V YORK
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 9TH, AT" FOUR
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED -IB*
STATK-KOO.MS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Crowell Commander, . will ?ail
ror New York ou THURSDAY, March nth, at 4
O'clock, p. M., from Pier No. ?guion Wharves
The Fine New Iron Steam-hlpjgOUTH CAROLI?
NA will follow on TSUKSDAY 16in*Mnrch.
Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton-to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence and the New Eng?
land Manufacturkg Towns, at the lowest mar?
Insuranc'e.by steamers or this Line M per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, havinz
very fine state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.. No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
JOE X E. W
Y O R.K.
OLD LINK NSW YORK AND OUAItLKS
N ESTABLISHED 18 ft.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE ROOMS.
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of tnis Line will 6ail rrom Adger's Sontli
Wharf as follows during the month ot March:
CHAMPION, SA?TKOA?. ll: h. a: TP. IL
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY, Uth, at 12? P. M.
MANHATTAN. SATURDAY, l8Ml. at4>i P. M.
JAMES ADGEft, TUESDAY, 21st, at 6 P. M.
CHAMPION. SATURDAY, 25th. at-7 P. M.
CHARLESTON, TPESDAY, 28th, St ll A. M.
cf Through Bills ol Ladina* given OB Colton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence and the New Eng?
land mannl?cinring towns at the lowest market
Freights on upland cotton .brough to Liverpool
tlve-eghtrs or a penny: sea island one penny.
Upland cotton to New York cent, sea islaud
For Freight or Passage engagements, apply to
ma ri-Hmo_JAM!-.> ApGEK ? c*u.
Jp O R PHILADELPHIA,
WEEKI.r STEAM LIN E-THURSO ATS.
The " lion Screw Steamship
WU! be dispatched for PnU&delphU on
THURSDAY, otb March, at 6 o'clock- P.J
M., Irom Brown'? North Wharf.
. jw Ta rough BtUu Lading wm be issued to Boa
For Freight engagements cpplj.to
WM. A. COURTENAY.
mar6-mwtli3 No. 1 Cnion Wnar?.
' ?VEED*' FAMILY FAVORITE L?CK-ST-LTCb
MACHINE. . r r
are the treat in use* * '
Fo*.- sale on the Lease -Plan, wit n monthly vsy
meats, on easy terms, or for cash. Ail kinds o
Xachlne attachments, Needles, Cotton, (white
olack and colored,) Silk, Oil, soap, A-a, ?c.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples o
work sent on application. "
IV E. HASELTON, -.
Genera) Dealer in First. Claps Sewing ats
chines and Material. >o. COT King stree:,
augWT ". ' . Q "*..-* /cw?'riwton. s. c
QH, YES t OH', YES \ CH; YES !
Ir becomes my pie- sant duty to inform my friends
and pitrons, that the time has agalu arrived for
them to commence cleaning and repairing their
Household Furniture, Ma; cresses aud Bedsteads.
Try a remedy that never falls; teiul for the Doctor
who keeps the Furniture ludraiary at No. 31
Qneen 6treet. Having greatly enlarged my
Invalid Furniture Hospital I am now prepared to
treat patleuts in that line unre successfully ?nd
satislactorily than ever. "Come one, come BIL"
JOHN L. LUNSFORD, No. 31 Queen st.,
Opposite Harrissoa's I'alut and Oil Store,
S??BE POP !
DEATH TO RATS,
NEVER FAILING. *
SOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHER*;.
r. HERMETICALLY.SEALED AND
ALWAYS FRESH: . -
Sold a' Wholesale by'
DOWIE, MO I SC & DAVIS,
And at. retal by nil Druggists. fchl-tino
^T- ABNER'S I 0 D ? F O li ;U
ANDIRON PI L L S.
OP THE DAT.
DUGDALE & GWIN'S
Soluble Bone Pnosphate of Lime.15.38
Bone Phosphate or Lime.l9-64.
(Equivalent to 12 per cent, or Sulphate or Am?
lt will be observed that our Phosphate has an
ample supply or the all Important and vital crop
producing elements, vite : Soluble Phosphate,
Ammonia and Potash, and In view of thia fact,,
and the strong testimonials which have been
given in itsTavor by so many planters who have
g<ven the -Magnum Bonum" an Impartial test
under Colton the past season, may we notu with
perfect candor, assert that we have an
UNEQUALLED COTTON FERTILIZER,
And urge each planter to give lt a trial the com?
ing season ?
DUGDALE & G1RV1N.
EQUAL TO PERUVIAN GUANO^-POUND FOR '
WASHINGTON, N. C., September 13,1870.
Messrs. JOHN MEYER'S SONS:
I used the "Magnum Bonum Soluble ' Phos
pr?fte" bouglrt of yon. alongside of Peruvian
Guano, on Cotton, nnd lind the product equal to
Peruvian Gu?no-pound fox connd.
1 am much pleased nlso with Its erfectson Corn.
WILLIAM J. AROHBELii.
FULLY EQUAL TO PERUVIAN FOR COTTON.
STATKSVILLB, Nr C.. August 17,1870.
Messrs. DUGDALE 4 GIRTIN, Baltrrraore, Md.:
Gentlemen-Our Mr. C. A.* Carlton' t-ried under
Colton, this year, vour "Magnum Bonum Soluble
Phosphate" alongside of No. 1 Peruvlau Guano,
anil thinks yourTliospliate fully, equal to thc
Guano, and believes that ir he had used the same
money value of each, tue "Magnum Bonum,:
would not only have equalled the Peruvian,-but
rat? surpassed lt. Yours truly, .
.CARLTON BROS. 4 CO.
MUCH LETTER FOR COTTON TUAN TERUVIAN
- - GUANO:
EDENTON. N. C., AUgUSt 20, 1870.
Mr. A. H. EOND:
Dear ?ir-The "Magnum Bonum" made by
Messrs. Dugdale 4 Sirvlo,-or Baltimore, and pur?
chased or you, was used.under a portton of my
Cotton, alongside of Peruvian Guano, and the
Cotton is much better squared,' and will produce
more than that under which I used the Guano,
Yours, most obedient.
W. W. HOSKINS.
Price-S">7 P?r Tou Ca*li,
$02 Per To? Payable (with 7
Per Cent. Intereat Added. on November 1.
1.?S. M. 'CALDWELL & Mil
. COTTON FACTORS,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
SEND FOR CIRCULARS 1
"EUREKA" IS THE BEST,
"EUREKA" IS THE BEST.
HAVING BEEN USED WITH SUCH SUB?
STANTIAL SUCCESS IN GEORGIA, WE
HAVE DETERMINED TO INTRODUCE
INTO USE IN THIS STATE
SUPERPHMAT? OF LIM
Hie following Analysis will show that it possesses I
all the elements for the best cultivation of crops j
rai?ed In thin section of conni ry. We more par- ?
ilcularly assert that it is au uBsupassed Cotton
Moisture-exposed at 212 degrees Fan...-.7.13
Organic Matte/.28.U0 j
Soluble PkOHporjC Acid.5.70
Equivalent to Uotie Plii'.-pMate....12.57
Common Phosphoric Aci 1..'.o.:3
banano Hone I'hOrpkaie.20.14
Sulphur, lam, Al- aids, Sall?, Au..30.38
The following cervlflciite of David Dickson, the
weil known cotton cultivator, (Newton county,
cu..? struts vulomeaJor the success ol the .'E?
OXFORD, NEWTON COUNTY, GA., 1
November, ISTO. I
.GENTLEMEN-Yon rs of the 1st lnstont is receiv?
ed, nuking ?JV opinion w,tu renard toi he merit o(
the "EUREKA FERTILIZER." I applied about
200 punnds*per acre, leaving a few rows without
any. The "Eureka" rows mode turee times as
much as those uouniauurc-d. 1 bad my lau ii
broken Une und deep, put'I he "Lureka" d?ep lp
the sod, limning a sub-solTplough -through the
fertilizer io mix lt with-Ute sod. before bedding/1
upon lt. My sandy Jand I Lad cultivated-very]
shallow with Bwtepa-aet to IUU shallow, so as not.
to break the small roots of thc cotton. My still
land 1 gave it a deep ploughing when the colton |
was small, .afterwards cultivated very shallow.
The '-Eureka" has p.itd rue a ptoUt ai present
price of c?t ton besides luiprovlni; my Hud.
Uur.i ld landa flunUouit culture, nave become
so exhausted of the Phosphates necessary to
muke good crops that we cannot succeed well In
ralsln^-cotton withont lhen??T>r commercial fer?
tilisers. The '-Eureka' lia* proved to-be tho-.very
best fertiliser I have ever used.
. Yours truly. DAVID DICKSON.
. We have abundant testimonials from other suc?
cessful planter?, which are printed with our
Pamphlet Circulars, wbl:li we will be pleased to
send lo any one. ? *
We havo beru careful lo have our figures within
bounds. Y.nl we believe any oue who examines
them mus: he convinced that "EFREKA WILL
Ti e i' Mowing are our terms of salt-: For ca-h
?Wi?er ton:. for %'arehonsemen or Factors' ac
ceptunce, payable isl November next, $?10 per .ton;
for I'pupers' Note. secured-Ov Len on cropSt jitiy
able 1st Ni vim! tr next, ;7'.i per too. Fur Low
Middling Cut iou. delivered nt a saHmad station
by ist Nove?; ber, is cern s per pound win beal
loweil. and $00ptr ton charged for ' EUKEKA.''
For lower granes ul Lonou the usual difference
wii. te,expect?-d in Beitletuent. These are the nei
prices lu Chai lesioii, C., to willoh must be ?ul
ded the usual chante of dray age atm way freight
wben required. AH ire ss
J. A. EN SLOW c? CO.,
AGENTS, No- J? EAST BAY-,
C H A RLE S.'T. 0-N , 8. C.
Q:ET^ A-FA?R OE.; ^
GABLE S?fiEW WIRE
BOOTS AND SHOES;
COMFORT, ELASTICITY. DURABILITY AND
THEY EXCEL ALL OTHERS.
Of pa:r* sold last year hy two lending
I os ton luaiiuLttluier?, auu .'...diuuteu against
NOT ONE WAS RETURNED.
ratent Stamp . every on?. .Sol-": by all u-tul
Une ?rornr?s, &t.
BEDFORD'S (LATE COHWXN'S) GROCERY
T.E'A WA REHOUSE.
HEADQUARTERS FOB SELECTED-DAIRY BUTTER .
PURE LEAF LARD . .
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CREESES
. . ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS. *n<:
. BISCUITS, 4c.-; 4c.
5; B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST ST?CK ANO MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT 0>
TAMTLY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
F A M IL Y
XL JE. JBJETJFORJJ>,
AND VERY. OB? "
WILLIAM S* (TORWTN *? CO.,
No. 37? KING STF?feET
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL X>EJJL"C"EII
5> * - . '-*'.?'''~ i Vi'..-. : ".
Fine Teas, Coffees, -.Sugars tProvisioris, 'Spices, &c
HERMETICALLY S?.VLED FRt/lTS, /... .
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, &c. ' '
Ail- articles sold from this establishment are er the VERY BEST QUALITY ana WARRANTE J
Goods lehvereu to alLparts df. the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.
EVER/E. BEDf?RD. I ' SENDFORA '. j JAS. S. MARTlS.
JEO. H. GRDBER. ( CATALOGUE. ' fWM. O. MOOD, Ja.
ifcrtih-trs. . . . ...
SOLUBLE MANURES AND SULPHURIC ACID,
MANUFACTURED AT THB
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
MliRK 1(11) il SI PEBPHOSPH.H? 'CHflNf.
TnE NOW WELL KNOWN ETIWAN GUANO B MANUFACTURED FROM THE NATIVE BONE.
PHOSPHATES or Souilr Carolina: These PHOSPHATES lu their natural statc:are Insoluble, anti re-.
quire to be ground to powder, and mode Soluble by Sulphuric Acid. Tnis Company have now in ope
tallou Ure largest- fcuiphurlc Acid Cr.amncrs nt the South,- a-td are, therefore, abie to manufacture at
ihelowe.r rates, tbs highest guide of Ff UTILIZER; lt being dear that the greater the p/oportlon of
Soluble Phosphate which any Fertilizer contains the lesithe quantity required per acre, lu onie.- to
make the-Fertilizer complete. Ammonia and Potash In suiliclent quantities are added. With taese
views the COL-:pasy manufacture and oiler for bale " ' ?
ET I WA N GUANOS, ' '
WA UR A NT ED TO CONTAIN FROM 16 TO 20 PER CERT. OF DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE C*
L'ME, At.d Horn 2 to iii per cent, or AMMONI A, with a sotricieut addition of PERUVIAN GUANO ant
POTASH, to adapt it to all crop J. Pnce $35 per ton, cas*h; on time, $60 per ion, and interest 7 per
cent, per annum.
OF HIGH GRADE. SUITABLE FOR MANUFACTURERS OR FOR PLANTERS. BEING IN ITSELF AN\
excellent FERTILIZER, and. specially adapted for Compost. As large quantities of Sulphuric Acid
are used tu dissolve Hie Phosphate, t his wlli he founds cheap ami convenient way to transport, that ma-'
lertaL Hie grad? furnished wil! be from IS to -.'0 per cent. BJsscSved Bona Phosphate. Price $40 per
ton, cash; on time. $45. with interest at 7 per cent, per annum. Still higher trades will be furnished
to order titan additional price percentage.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE, .
SPECIALLY. PREPARED FOR COMPOSTING WITOT COTTON SEED ANO OTHER PLANTATION
MANURES. Price ?35.per ton, casa; on time, SW, wj?h interest at 7 per cent per annum.
: GROUND BONE,
AT MUCH LOVrER RATES. CONSISTING SIMPLY pF THE NATIVE BONE PHOSPHATES GROUND
to p.iwJtr. Price ?ju RT tow, ca?!i: ou tune, and Interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
wyt. -C. BEE & CO.,
AUESTr, So. 1* AOGER'S WHARF, CHA ?ILESTON, S. C.
N. B-THE PERCENTAGE OF DISSOLVE > BONE PHOSPHATE OF.LIME AND AMMONIA IN
ALL THE ETI WANS 1* ascertained ut Mis Works, by their Cheralst.'beforeilsllvery. Snould any pur?
chaser bc dl*-atlsded. he may return averace samples of any purchase, within thirty (30) days after
delivery, iud tiiev will be analyzed anew, aud any deflciency in liter percentage guaranteed will be
made good to Ulm l-y the Company. . . Jan23-jnwf2rnos
EIGHTEEN YEARS OF PRACTICAL SUCCESS !
' INTRODUCED IN lSf-2...'.PATENTEDJ)?CEMBER20,1859.
Oldest Superphosphate Manufactured in this Country
Wtlt MTR?vIZED SCFERPfl^PiiM OF LBIE
COMPOSED OF . . ? . . . -
Bones,Phosphatic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniaca
Animal Mattel* arid Sulphuric Acid.
NO SALT, PLASTER, SALT CAKE, NITRE CAKE, NOR ANY ADULTERANT OF ANY KIND USED.
TUE AMMONIACAL. ANIMAL MATTER U:>ED IN MAPES' NH1ROGENJZED SUPERPHOSPHATE
OFM4JE consist* of tiie Fle.?h, (containing io per cent, ol Ammonia,) and the Blood, (containing
Ifi pvt- cenr. Ammonia.i ol Hordes, bt-ere*, csti ano other a?mals, after expression or the rat and
oil by steam, .-end for a Pamphlet. ,
Ammonia Yielded by the Organic Matter...2.64 fi cent.
?.os ? ct. Insoluble Phosphoric A<-id.?BapeJ'ho pli?te of Lime.10.78 ? cent.
8.38 "fl ct. soluble Phosphoric Acid..-. Soluble Phosphateof Lime.5.48 % cent.
ct. Soluble Pbo*p:tonc Acid.-.Kone PhoBpMrte or Llme"(dlesorvM).. 7 3S % cent.
7.20 ? ct.Sulphuric A<ld.Sulphateof Lima....-...?..16.4? 7* cent.
.?An excellent Fertilizer."' Resptctfully submitted,
Oigned.) ' CHARLESU. SHEPARD, JR., M. D..
Inspector of Fertilizers for South Carolina -
PRICE, ?SO CASH.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, General Agents,
feb8-rWrm3mtBD*C . NO. 128 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. O.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS i
fERTIMZlM BB 1AMFUT0I?M MMPM?
HAVE PREPARED A SPECIAL FERTILIZER ADAPTED TO THE COTTON PLANT,'uX??R
" TUE NAME OF ,
O O T T O 1ST FOO D !^
.WH1C? THEY6CLAIM TO HE .OF ?BE HIGHEST GRADE OF FERTILIZERS SOLD IN THE SOUTH,
. EQUAL IN ITS RESULTS TO PERUVIAN GUANO, AND OF MORE PERMANENT
LTNEFIT TO THE SOIL. . ' '
It has in . ii u*e<l ky SEVERAL HUNDRED PL CNTEKS in Vorth and 7outh
Carolina and Georgia, for two Seasons, vhh the following results :
IT INCREASES THE CROP FROM 100 TO 200 PER CENT. - . . '
lt resists drought in nil cases. Th? crop is not nf?ected by rust. " .
It matu res the crop-three io four weeks in advance, thus Insuring the crop against early frosts, or
in the event of a backward season for planting enables tho planter to put In hts crop threeor lour
weeks iaier, even as late as the 1st of June, with a certainty of success. . - '
It produces a better quality of Cotton. . . . ,
Looking at the low price of Cotton, the Intelligent planter whl readily comurJ*tt<l the necessity
of using noihiog but the hlgliest grade of Fsrtdizera, and Of strictly avoldldg^ow%hose value has
been reduced by adulteration or the usc of cheap material* under pretence of meeting the low price
If his crop ls only doubled by the nse of " COTTON FOOD " lt will give him from t ne to two hun'
dred per ceut. prout on his outlay, with Cotton at I2>i cents per pound, and lt win mable* him to
p ant fewer acres with a corresponding reduction or labor and expanse with better results. ?
SGT SOO PER TOW, VS SACKS, ia TO THE TON.
LAWRENCE SANGSTON, President,
58 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
J. JR. PRIN GLE & SON-, Agents, Charleston, S. C.
rebO-thstu Die . - ' .
TO FACTORS ^ND PUNTERS!
The undersigned begs to infera his customers nnd the public that, in addition to his Works at
Savauiitiii, he has esrabUhcd extensive Superphosphate Works at the WAPPOO MILLS, opposltethis
city, whicn arc now in acivVoperution, manufacturing his weil k. own fertilizers, the . >
P HOS PHO-PERU V. J ? N
?MM0NIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANOS,.
AND WHERE HE WILL ALSO KEEP ON HAND
No, i PERUVIAN QTJ A N O, '
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE,
of the highestgrade from his Ashepoo Miue3, (crude and ground,) analyzing over sixty per cent, ol.
Bone Phosphate or Lime; and .
Th e?e Works have been opened mirier the inspection of Dr. CU. SHEPARD, Jr., Inspector of
Fortiiizers for South Carolina, anti everv package will beur lits brand certifying to IU lu^iiectlon.
I'nlformuy of quality quarante, d ?iud price<? redua-d
.Messrs. G. ATTRENIIOLM & SON, General Airents, Ln.nri,,TnvI c r
Messrs. GRAESER .t SMITH, Agents. (-LHAULhslUN, ... u
J. H. ?AIIDY
Jaal3 CERNER F4ST?UYAVD BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
NORTHEASTERN TTAILROAJ) COTfi
. CHARLESTON. S? C., February-11, 18T1. .
Trains leave Charleston Daily at 12 M. and 6JW
Arrive at. Charleston 7:36 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8t30 R M.
. Train does not leave Charleston 6:35 P. M., SUN?
Tram* leaving at 12 M. maltes through-connec*
tioa to New York, via Richmond, aud Acaula
Creek only, going through ln'42 hours; WITHOUT
DETENTION ON SUNDAYS.
Passengers, leaving by 6:30 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Rich mond and Washington,
or vii Portsmouth and Bal t ? more. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUN?AY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN
iUY.in Wilmington, N. C. . ?
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest^ bot h Trains making close
connections, at Washington with Western trains
Ol Baltimore and Ohio.Railroad.
-* . - 8. 8. SOLOMONS,
... : ' Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR, general Ticket Agent.
. rebii-i2mps _._
I OAVA?NAB-A-??D CHARLESTON RAIL*
LO .... ROAD..
PASSENGER TRAINS on thu. Road run dally a?
Leave Charleston._8.S0A.M. .
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M. .
Leave Savannah.jr?.n. 15 A. M.
Arrive ot.charleston......?80 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic ? Gnir
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, ann "all.
pointain florida, ' ^ . . i
, Wita Central fiallroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo*
bile. New Orleans and the West. ,
with Steamboats lor points OB the Savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and Sonta
. Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all ppiatfl
North and West.
Through TlOkets over thia Hoe on sale at Hotels
In Charleston; Screven House, Savannah; and all
prlnclpallicket offices North and South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and ?ll pohit? beyond.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Tariff as-low as by any other Une.
t C. 5. GADSDEN,
oct5 Enplneer and SnperiHtennent.
IgOCTfl CAROLINA BA,ILROJ1P.
VTCE-PRESIDBNT'S OFFICE, \
CHAR?-SSTON, SrC, January 18,1871^ y
Tin aud arter BUNBAY, Jannary'22, the Passen
iger Trains on MK; SBuii: -r^na Railroad will
[rub aafolJpwB:. 1 .
. . ron AUGUSTA.
Leave Charleston...,,.12.60 P. M.
Leave cnarleston.'.. t-.so A. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 3.40 P. H.
Leave August*.. ?.-.....v.- 7.40 A M..
, Arrive at ?_h?rleston.? 5.20 P. M.
heave Columoiu. rt.'..12.16 P. M.
Arfriv?at Charlesioa;.-.:. ...?.. 7.00 P. M.
A?OU8TA NIGHT XXFRKSfl,
. . (Sunday? excepted.)
Leave Charleston. s.so p. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 A. M*.
Leave Augusta.?.60 P. M..
Arrlve*at Charleston.,.5.40-A. M.
COLUMBIA XIGET EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston. 7.10 P. M..
Arttreat Columbia...'...,.6.00 A. M.
j. Leave-Columbia........ 7.60P.M.
Arrive at. Charlea;on....6.45 Al M.
sunn KR VILLI TRAIN,
'Leave Charlton.4.30 P.M.
Arrivo at Summerville...v... 6.00P.M.
Leave Summerville.7.00 A. M.
Arrive a*t Charleston. 8.16 A. M.
?CAMDEN BRANCH. ' -?
. Lea-re CaKden....t?9.60:A.?$,
Arrive at Ringville.... -.1;20 PJf.
Leave Ktngyille. 2.80 P. M.
Arrive ar camden." 6.00 P. M.
Day pnd ?flght Trams make clcs? connections
at Augusta wltu'?e.rgla Railroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Nlgbt Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.- .
Camden Train connects dally with Day Passen
Janio A. L. TYLER. vice-President.
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,.
? FOB SALE BY
E. E: BEDFORD, King street,
G. D. AHSENS & CO., King street,
B. FELDMANN i CO., Ki na-street,
ami byDngglsFs and Grocers everywhere.
Paris Exhibition 1887.
Purify the blooxl and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
-dissipation, maintain the
h timan frame hi condition
" cf healthfulness, dlspelthe
BKies and all mental dis?
tempers, and relieve jthose
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression
They prevent and cure Sai
ous ?nd other Fevers, Fever anet
Ague. Chills, Diarrhoea,Dysen*
ier%. Dyspepsia, Sea- Sickness,.
Colic, Chol?ra, Cholera Morbus,
and every complaint inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies will find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all trace?
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
ETThousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
-office of . ...
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
. 04 &-0? Water Street, N. T.
CLACI?S & WITTE,
Genera! Agents for the Slate of So. Carolina.
YTPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CTJRE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Eottle. Sent by mall, postece
paid, on receipt or price. ? i ?
The Antidote ls the best remedy that can te
administered, in Mtnla-a-Potu, and also fora ]
For sale by Dr. E. BA ER. *
No. Ul Meeting street,
ocl6 Agent for south Caroona,