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MINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL, j t
"The Charleston stock, and Bond Market, -
Marcl^ aa. I
BID. ASKED 1
.old....,. ? 12 !
Southern Bank Billa. j ,
Bank or Camden. 30 .. I
Bank or Chester. ?? .. h
'Bank of Georgetown_-. JJ? " i
Bank of Hamburg. ?i
Bank of South Carolina.. .... 1W I,
Bank of State or South Carolina,
prior to 1861.?l?i?K?" "
Bank or State of South Carolina,
after ist January, 1861.... *> 40
Commercial Bank. Columbia.. 08 ..
Exchange Bank, Columbia. os .. I
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants'Bank, Cheraw. 06
Planters' Bank, Fairtleld...... 06 ..
_ State Bank. 03
?tate Bonds, Old. 74 00 78 00
State Bonds, new. 62 00 64 00
State stock. eooo eeoo
8. C. Railroad and Bank stock.37 oo 33 00
. 8. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.. 60 00 62 00 I
S. C. Railroad Seven Per Cent.
Bonds. ?3 00
Northeastern Railroad .Stock (capi?
tal). 10 00 12 00
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre?
ferred.... .. 36 00
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 87 00 SS 00 J
.Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds. 8 Per Cent. 76 00 77 00
Savannah ana Charleston Railroad
Stock. 20 co
Savannah and Charleston Kn a road
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. .. 77 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds. 70 00 i
Savannah and Charleston 6 Per J
Cent Bonds. 55 00. 60 00]
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Co. Stock. 2 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad I
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds.. 68 oo I
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mortgage Bond* .. 89 00 I
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Mortgage
5 Bonds.'... 45 00
.Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Certificates of Indebt?
edness.'.. nominal I
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Cheraw and Dallington Railroad
First Mortgage Bonds.?. 83 oo I
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds. nominal
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Stock. 37 00 40 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augnsta
Railroad First Mortgage Bonds... .. ' 85.00
Spartanbnrg and Union Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. 53 00 55 00
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage j
Memphis and Charleston Railroad '
Memphis and Charleston Railroad * J
7 per cent. First Mortgage Bonds nominal
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
7per cent.Second .Mortgage Bouda nominal
City RaUway Stock. 62 oo 53 oo I
CRy or Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock.. 46 00 43 00
City of Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
Cent. Bonds.. 72 00
City of Columbia 6 Per Cent. Bonds. 58 00 60 00
City of columbia 7 Percent. Bonds. 60 oo 63 oo
City or Savannah 7 per cent.Bonds,
Old.... 85 00 I
City ol Angosta 7 pet cent. Bonds,
OW.. 81 00 83 00 I
City of Memphis 6 per cent. Bonds,
old. 60 oo I
City of Memphis 6 per cent. Bonds,
new.. 48 oo j
First National Bank of Charleston
Stock.180 00 182 00
People's National Bank Stock..103 oo. 104 oo
'Union Bank Stock.....,.. 600
South carolina Loan and Trust
Company.10C 00 101 oo
People's Bank Stock. 2 00 2 26 i
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
Stock. 200 " 225
Bank of Charleston S;ock. 18 75 20 00 I
Carolina National Bank Stock. nominal
Bank of Newberry ?tock. nominal
Bank of Camden Stock. nominal I
*?Iisctliu JU ou* Securities.
Charleston Gas Company Stock.
Charleston Mining and Manufac?
turing Company Stock.
Wando Mining ?nd Manufacturing
w Company Stock.
Sulphuric Acid and Superphos?
phate Company StoVk..,r...
Marine and River Mining and Man?
ufacturing Company Stock.
Atlantic-Mining and Manufacturing
Company Stock .
Palmetto Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company Stock.
Ghlcora Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company Stock...............
Farmers1 Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company stock.
Stono Mini ri g and Manufacturing
Money 1 per cent, a month.
13 75 20 oo
The Charleston- Cotton, Rico awl Naval
OFFICE CH A lil.K>TON NEWS. 1
WEDNESDAY BVKMKO, March 32, 1871. J
COTTON.-The market for this Staple comm enc
ed with a good inquliy at full and firmer prbxe.
ont the demand afterwards somewhat relaxed,
and the article cloded quiet. Sales abont 900
bales, say 20 at ll, 27 at lix, 12 at li X, 50 at UK,
u at 12, 26 at 12X. s at 13. 14 at 18X, 305 at ia?;
3 at 18X, 205 at 18X, 22 at 14, 66 at 14}e', 1 at 14X.
70 on private t erma. We quot e :
. . LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Ordinary to good ordinary.ll @12X
JCK--There ls a moderate demand d'or this
at unchanged rates. Sales ?bont 200 tierces
of clean Carolina, say 20 tierces ac 7 nu, 115 at?
7X, 75 at 7%r, 15 on private terms. We quote (
common to fair at 7X@7Xc, gocd 8@sj?c ft its.
NATAL STORES -There were no sales or note.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nom
nal on uplands; via New York, Xd on up
ands, l0(?)iKd on sen islands ; by sai1,
16-S2d on uplands, Xd on sea Islands. To
Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New Tork.
by steam, xe on uplands and vc on sea
Islands; $125 V tierce on rice;by sail, Xe Via ot.
cotton; - fi tierce on rice; 40c * barrel on rosin:
$7@"8 ? M on lumber; $9@10 ? M on timber, 'lt
Boston, by sall, Xe ^ rb on upland cotton
To Providence, by sutl $3 ft U on boards, sc
fi lb op colton; by steam $1 y bale on New
York rares. To Philadelphia, by steam, Xe fl lb
on uplands; by sail, $7 fi M on boards; $9 on
timber; $3? ton on clay, aBd$S@3?0 cn phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, Xe ft h> by
fall, $?50@7H Mon boards; $3?3 25 fi ton OL
hosphate rock, vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S.T., Darien and Satllla River, Ga.
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $io
012 ft M are the rate? on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 20X.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banks pnrcha&e
Bight checks at. x@X off, and sell at x premium.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON,March 22-Noon. -Securitiesunchanged.
FRANKFORT, March 22.-Bonds 96X
. Nsw YORK. March SS-Noon.-Gold steady at I
ll. Governments steady at last night's prices.
Stocks very steady and active. Money easy at 4.
Exchange 9X; short lox. Fr?-lunts steady.
Evening.-Money active; stoojt brokers 5 on
call but ea?y; prime business notes discounted at
7. Exchange 9Ka9Ji. Gold lix. uovernraeats
closed dull; sixty twos, 12?. State bonds ver*
dall. Tennessee?, 63-H?; newr. 63??. Virginias 09
Carolinas, 78; new, "6?X. Freiguts firm.
NEW ORLEANS. March 22.- Merilng 2i*f. sieht
exchange par. Gold ll?.
, LITERPOOL. March 22-Noon.-Cotton opened
?wiih a hardening tendencymplands 7?d ; Orleans
7?id: sales 12,000 bates. '
Evening.-Cotton firm;" Uplands 7Jia7j?d- Or?
leans 1% .7X'l; sales 15,000 bales; speculation
and export 3000.
NEW YO?K, March 22-Noon.-Cotton quiet and
firm: middling uplands 15Xc; Orleans l?J?c;i3ales
Evening.- 'ot toa firm: sale- 2844 bales at i5Xc
BOSTON, March "?i.-cotton firm; middling i??a
15X; Dei receipts 131 hiLs; sales 600 balea; stock
I BALTIMORE, March 23.-Cotton firm, and higher
rate; middlings 13Xc; net receipts loo oates;
} gross 162; sales 1225; stock 12 775.
- NORFOLK, March 22.-Cotton firm; low mid?
dling i3c; net ic e:pis 70. bales; experts coast?
wise 767; sa es IUO; sto k 6 24.
WILMINGTON, Man n 2i-Cotton firmer; mld
djlng 18*c; net receipts 74; exports, coastwise,
o??^ls?lieL65 b*1"*' slu?* 3163 balea
k Ti7,tTin!2i?hMarca 2a-Cottoh quiet and firm; i
jaladUnga J<xc; net receipt? ?34 uales; exports (
o Great Britain 2413; coastwise 1283; Bales 400;
AUGUSTA, March 22.-Cotton market quiet at
13MC for middling; sales 330 bales; receipts 460.
MOBILE, March 22.-Cotton quiet; middlings
I4?c; net receipts 176 bales; exporta coastwise24;
jaies 1000; stock 61,020.
NEW ORLEANS, March 22.-Cotton active; mid
liing 14?al4?c; net receipts 3978 bales; gross
receipts 4840 bales; exports-Liverpool 305, Cork
H65, Cronstadt 1604, Havre 13S5, coastwise 1091
Dales; sales 12,800 bales; stock 285,171 bales.
GALVESTON, March 21.-Cotton Arm; good or?
dinary ll?al2c; nee receipts 1039 bales; exports
to Great Britain HOS; sales 500; stock 52.228.
GALVESTON. March 22.-Cotton strong; good
ordinary I2al2>ic; net receipts 830 bales; exports
to Great Britain 1300; coastwise 803; sale3 1300;
PKOVI3ION8 AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, March 22.-Noon.-Pork 843. Tal?
low 42s 6'1. . .
Nsw YORK. March 22-Noon.-F.our steady.
Wheat quiet and steady. Corn unchanged. Fork
steadv at $21 50820 62. Lard quiet atmial2?c.
Turpentine quiet at 51. Rosin firm; $2 50 for
strained. ... '
Evenlnc-Southern flour quiet;.good to choice
extra $7 C5a9. Whiskey active at Ma91?. Wheat
less active. Corn In good request; new mixed
Western 85c. Pork $21 25. Lard.heavy; kettle
12?c. Turpentine 61c. Rosin $2 50.
CINCINNATI, March 22.-Corn in good demand,
at tull prices. Pork unsettled and doll. Lard
drooping at ll?c. Bacon and sides 10al0?alo?
Whiskey, small sales at sec.
NEW ORLEANS, March 22.-Flour dull; superfine
$6a812 ? ; double $6 50a8 75; t re We $7a7 25. Corn
quiet at 703. Oats 65a6S. Bran $t 40. Hay easier;
prime 325; choice $27. Pork dull; mess held at
$21 75. Bacon dull at 8?, BX. Il?al2; sugar
cured hams 16C. Lard dull; tierce I2?al3; keg
I3?al4c. Sugar supply light, but firmer; goo
common 7,<ia7*..'c; prime to strictly prime 9>ia
10ye. Molasses, plantation reboiled. 45?48.
Whiskey dull; Western rectified 8'a95. coffee
steady at Hals?. _
Interior Cotton Markets.
CHARLOTTE, March 20.-Sales to-day 29 bales,
at prices ranging from 12? to 13c. Market open?
ed steady, and closed weak with a decline.
MONTGOMERY. March 20.-Cotton quiet but
steady ; low middlings 12?c.
COLUMBIA, March 22 -Sales of cotton, yester
day, 95 bales; middling 12?al2?c.
SUMTER, March 21.-About 40 bales have been
sold rturing the week ending the 2lst. We quote:
Ordinary 10c; good ordinary ll; low middling
ll?;, middling 12?; strict middliug 12?.
WILMINGTON, March 21.-TURPENTINE.-Sales
or 225 bbs at $3 30 for soft, and $2 io for hard per
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-Has declined a shade,
?with salis or 70 bola at 47c, and 25 bbls at 46?c
ROSIN.-No sales reported.
TAH.-305 bois changed hands at $1 56 per bbl.
COTTON. -Soles of 80 balee, as r ll.ws: o at io, 3
at ll, 6at '.2, 2 at 12?, l at 12?, 50 at 13, l at 13,'i,
and ll at 13?c per lb.
New York Naval Stores Market.
From Hie New York Journal of Commerce of
Monday, March 20: The market for spirits turpt n
ilne shows*a fractional d?cime. The demand ls
moderate. Sales emnrnce 65 bbls at 52c for mer?
chantable order on tlii-t sLte. Hosin-the market
for strained ls lower, with a very dull trade, and
a number of emull lots pressed for sale. In thu
absence of business lt is difllcalt to give'fair
prices. Some few. parcels were offered at $2 5ea2
55. The betrer qualities are slow of sale at un?
changed prices. 40J bbls No 1 brought S3d4. Tar
ls quiet at $2 45.
Kew York Kilt Miirket.
Frrm the Journal of Commerce, or Monday,
March 20: Rice remains quiet, out there is no
change In values. Tue demand and offerings are
light. We quote Carolina at s.i8.',;c, and Rangoon,
duty paid, at 7a7?c, currency.
Norfolk Grain Market.
NORFOLK, March 21.-CORN.-The market liss
been fairly active, and previcu-i prices ate fully
Bostalned. We note sales to day of 2700 nusheis
mixed at B3?c, and stu l>cs:.els wid e at. 84?c.
OATS.-w e nave a sale of I2u0 bushels reported
tc-dayat62?c. ' .
HAY ANA. March 18 -Sugar closed quiet; prices
inegular: little speculative inquiry. Buyers for
tue Uuited States und northern Europe cautions.
Sales of No 12 at s?al0>i real?. Molasses sugar
declining, quoted ar. 6J?a7i? lea B; muscovado
sugar, lair to good. 8?a8? reals. Sales of the
week 12,000 boxes; exported during the week
from Havana and Matanzas OS.oco boxes and 40.0
h liri-, Including lo tire Un ired States 5500 boxes.
Stock remaining In warehouse At Havana and
Matanzas 25i,?O0 boxes and 23,ono lind*.
LUMBER.-White pine supplied at $27a29; pitch
pine dull at $24a26.
FREIGHTS quiet: box sugar to the United States,
northern sud s-ut he: ti pons, $1; hogshead to the
Uuited States, northern and southern ports, $4a5;
hogsheads molasses to the Ut *ed States, north?
ern aud southern ports, $3a3 50.
Ex UAXOE-OU London ib&aio? premium; on
Untied stairs, ?. days' sight, in currency, 6u6>i
discount; do, short sight, 4? discount; do, gold,
60 dnvs' sight, 8? premium;do, short sight, 5as>i
THE TOBACCO CROP.-The tobacco crop Is en?
tirely destroyed In portions oj the Vuelta Abfljo
Kaston dc Co.'s Cotton Kenori, for the
Week Ending Morck IT, 1871.
NEW YORK, March 18.-TUE MARKET.-Tn our
last report the market cloted quiet at !i'4cior
middling. Saturday the market was quiet and
unchanged; sales lPOl '-ales. Monday, with more
favorable advices from Liverpool, the market was
a shade Aimer: the offering were tm oil. and firm?
ly held; sales 4411 bslrs; middlings 14J?C. Tues?
day holders were firm, and offered but a small
portion of their *tock; buyers, however, were not
disposed to operate, aud a light uu-ine-s was the
result; salea 2062 bales. Quotations unchanged.
Wcdmsday, with favorable foreign advices, and
small receipts at the port, the market was firmer,
and holders advanced their fates ac. on ibe
baste ot which a moderate business was transact?
ed; sa.es 4945 bales; mldulimjsl?c. Thursday,
i with continued favorable advices from Liverpool,
the market was more active, and prices ?c high?
er; sales 5633 bales. Yesterday the market was
dufl. snd prices were a ebade easier; sales 2492
balts; middlings 15)?c.
ti plana New
and Floridas. Mobile. Orleans. Texas.
Ordinary.:.ll? ll?" UH ll?
Good ordinary.. 12% 12? 13 13?
Low middling...14 14? 14? 14?
Middling.15? 15? 15? 16?
tales of the week 21,424 bales-Including 2974 to
spluuers, TOO- t o speculators, and 17,651 to export?
Gross receipts at this port for the week26,706
haies. Since 1st september 784,019 bales, against
621,163 last year.
STATISTICAL POSITION- 1871. 1870.
Stock lu Liverpool.bales. 801,000 294,970
Afloat from India. 105.000 IOI.000
Afloat from America. 335,000 S2u.ooo
St oe K in London. 78,600 69,380
Afloat ior Loddon. 61,000 2?,uoo 1
Stock in Havre. 42.230 67.920*1
Afloat for Havre.t. 950 . 38,482
Stock in Bremen. 6.430 8,431
Afloat fur Bremen. 22.591 24,1:8
Stock ia United States ports.. G92.692 475.853
stock m the interlortown?.... 100.744 93,530
Total. 2,249,237 1,519,694
Excess ru visible-supply, com?
pared W Ith 1870.. 729,548
Stock of cotton held by Man?
chester spinners at Uie mills 100.000 40,000
Price or mid orleans In Liver?
pool...... 7?d. 117-16d.
Price or mid Orleans in New
York.. 16 xe. 24c.
Price or gold. '.. 11 a 12?
HAR IXE NEUS.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.MARCH 23, 1S7L
Lat 32 deg 46 min S3 sec. J Lon g 71-deg 57 nain 27 sec.
Sehr Merrill C Hart, Rowley, Gleenport, L 1-7
days. Guano, carboys, Ac. 'lo Ii F Baker A co,
Kinsman ft Howell, Stouo rhosphate co, ai...
Sehr BeuJ Garside, Stanford, Philadelphia-7
?lays. Coal. To the Gas co. Vessel to H F Baker
Scar Wm B Mann. Rogers, Baltimore-7 days.
Coal and g. ..no. 'Jo U W Seignious, Steno Phos?
phate co, and Railroad Agent. Vissel to II F Ba?
ker ft co.
Sehr Mahaska, Bunker, Norfolk, Va-C days
Corn.. To T Tupper ft Suns. Vi s?e: to H F Baker
sehr Mary Ella, Thoma-:, Savannah, - days.
Ballast. To Master. Il a j come tu -.Lis port for
behr Ringleader, Snare, Norfolk, Va-6 day?.
Corn. To Order.
Steamer City Point, Vincent. I'alatKa, via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah. 36 bales
sea island and 2 bales upland cotton, mdse,
kc. T? Raveuel ft co. Geo w Wine. Pinckney
Bros. W B Williams ft Sou, L T Souder, w M Law?
ton A-Son. N Y st-amshlp co, Wm U uee ft co, M
Killey, W oweus. T C Skrlue, S ouey ft Lowndes,
I U Mtlnor ft co, lng rah a ru ft Son, M A Medrow,
Bind 01 tiers.
Sloop Isabella, from Ashenoo. Cotton, rice,
peas. &c. To L 1> DeSaussure.
Received from ChlsoIhT* Mill. 93 tierces rice.
Thura'ou ft Bonnee, T H ft W Oe wees, and H L
Sehr Bultic, Parktr, Boston via Gecrgetowp, S C.
UP FOR THIS POxlT.
iS?ra?1Ice C Gu,irl6t' at s?w Yo?*.
CLEARED FOR Tills TORT.
sureau?"169 Coiner-'' Paliara, at Baltimore,
SAVANNAH, March 22.-Arrived r?stenla* th?
>*amshlP Montgomery ; p?,?*,.stea^
ihlp Huntsville, Arrived to-day, sc h rs charlotte
md C H Thomas, Charleston; 3s%?v28
Foll Hoon, 6th, :o hours, 19 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, istn, 6 houiB, o minutes, evening;..
N?^ Moon,'20th. IO hours, 40 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 29th. I hours. 24 minutes, room g.
?..47 I 8..11
Uccelpts by lt.allroa.dU March 22.
gOCTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
334 bales cotton, 61 bales goods, 80 bbls flour.
To Railroad Agent, Pelfcer. Rodgers A co. L D De
Saussure, C 0 Witte, F C Mey, John Hanckel, T P
Smith. Frost A Adger, W W Smith, Mowry A Son,
Q W Williams A' co, A B Mulligan. A J Salinas,
W C Courtney A co,. Graeser A Smith, W c Bee &
co, G H Walter A co, W P Dowling & co. R Mure A
co, W B Williams A Son, J A Qnackenbush.
Per steamer City Point, from Pnlatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-Wm M
Lawton and wife, M Rothschild, Miss F Jones. Mrs
Miller, J W Cameron, Dr Kellers, R Redmond, J
Tedder, wife and two children, W D Robinson
and wife, Jos sampson, A B Shaw, A A Roix, Mrs
LaMotte and daughter, C Davenport, D S Sales, J
H Stoller and wife, Dr Free, Wm McBurnie and
wife, C A Swelt and wife, Wm Becker and wife. M
Hoag, Andrew V Lee, G Lee, H Dosher, and 2S on
o ii y E. w ? o a h
ON THURSDAY, MARCH -23D, AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870
STATE-ROOMS ALL, ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, CrowelL Commander, will
sail for New Tork on THURSDAY, March 23d, at
4 o'clock P. M.. from Pier No. 2. Union Wharves.
The Une new Iron Steamship SOUTH CARO?
LINA will follow on THURSDAY, March suth.
Through Bills of Lading given; on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence and the New Eng?
land Manufacturing Towns, at the loweatjnar
Insurance by Steamers of this Line >i per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, ha vi nc
very flne 8tate-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street, or. I
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
N ? W YORK.
oLD LINK S BW YORK AND CHARLES? (
ESTABLISHED 184 5.
SPACIOCS AND ELEGANT DECS STATE-ROOMS.
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of this Line wiU sail from Adger's South.
Wharr as follows during the month or March: - .
MANHATTAN. "SATURDAY, 18?h, atiV? P. M.
JAMES AUGER, TCSSDAY, ?1st, at (TP. M.
CHAMPION. SAtOW>AT, 25th. at 6 P. M. -
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY, 28th, at ll A. M. '
49~ Through Bills of lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence^ and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest market
For Freight or Fassage engagements, apply to
marl-lmo_JAMhs ADOER k cu.
fJHROUGH BELLS LADING TO AND
FROM BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST..."
The fine Steamship FALCON, Haynle. ^f-rrf*.
Commander, will sail for Baltimore nn-^Adaa?
TUESDAY, 23th March, at hair-past io o'clock,
?il- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
ttonal insurance, and Consignees are allowed am
pie time to sample ami sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
PAUL C. THENUoLM, Agent,
mar22-C No. 2 t.'moti Wnarvoa.
O R PHILADELPHIA,
WEEK LT STEAM LINE-THURSDAYS-CON?
NECTING WITH FIRST-CLASS STEAM LINES
AT PHILADELPHIA FOR BOSTON AND
The Fast Screw Steamship.
WIU be dispatched for Philadelphia on
THURSDAY. X3dMarch, at 5 o'clock P.
M., n?m Brown'* North Wharf.
" d9~Throagh Bills Lading issued for Cotton,
Rice and Rosin, and t> the New England Cities,
Spirit? Turpentine, as agreed.
AVThe Steamers of this line will take Lumber
to Philadelphia on accommodating terms.
For Freigut engagements apply to .
WM. A. COURTENAY,
mar20-mfuth3 No. 1 Onion Wharf.
J3ACIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COJdPi>
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42, Nbrth River, foot or Canal.
.itrcet, New rork, at 12 o'clock noon, ol the loth
and sith of every month (except when thete
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceo
All departures connect at Panama wun steam?
ers for >outh Paciuc and Central American pouts.
Departure of 16th touches' at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco nrst of every month, except when it falls on
sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers to JCU at Havana, bn
go direct from New York to Aspiuwal).
oue hundred pounds baggageJree to each adul;
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information app?
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFF! JU, on un
wharf root of Canal street, North River, Nev
York. . F. R. BABY, Agent.
jp O R S A V A .IS NAH."
ELEGANT STATE ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
The Splendid Steamer CITY _
POINT, Captain D. B. Vincent, ja_
leave southern wnarf for the above pince on .-KI
DAT EVENING, March 24, it?7i, at s.3o o'clock.
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR, Captain L.
M. Uoxetter. will leave Southern Wharr on TUES?
DAY EVENING, March 28,187L at s.co o'clock, Tor
the above place. RAVEN EL A CO..
OR BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain. -JP^L.
J. W. Sly, WU! leave every THURS-j^2jgg?
DAY MOEN IN G. at 8 o'clock, as above. KetTTTu/g,
will leave Beautort FRIDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
. mar21_J. L?. AIKEN, Agent.
"Y^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING. BEAUFORT. HILTO.N
HEAD, SAVANNAH, D ARIEN AND
BR?NS WICK. GA.
The ravorite steamer
Captain L. W. BURKS,
will receive Freight at Accommoda- _ - ?w>
tion jvharf for above points every jfijjfi
TUESDAY, and leave on every WKDNSPAY Eo?>
INO, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the samt
evening, and leaving for Darlen, Ac, the follow
ing morning. Returning, will leave Savannah fo:
Charleston every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 O'Clock
For Freight or passage, ajply to
RAVKNEL, HOLMES A CO.,
sepio No. 177 East Bay.
OK NEW ORLEANS.
TO SAIL TS A FEW DATS.
The Une Brig MARY E. BOWL AND wan tBjt?
a small portion or Cargo to complete, and SHH
will sall as above.
For balance or room, apply to
mar23 STREfcT BROTHERS A CO.
jp O W LITEBP?OL.
The First class British Bark FLORENCE Jk?
CHIPMAN. Robt. Jones, Master, ls nowSB?
ready to receive cargo, and having portion or
same eng aped. wiU have dispatch.
For Freight engagements, ggjg* CARD
mar21 Accommodation Wharr.
jp OR GARDNER'? BLUFF,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON PEE?
The Steamer GENERAL MANI- - .*XT*)*
G A ULT, Captain H. s. Cordes, is now jsaSiiSmSU
receiving freight at North Atlantic Whan! ?na
will leave as aoove on TBTTRSOAY MORNING, the
SHACKELFORD A KELLY, Agents,
mar21-2 No. 1 Boyce's Wharr.
JpOR NORTH ED1STO, BEAUFORT AND
The Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain
J. W. Sly, will leave Central Wharf,_
for the above points ever? MOND?T MOBMNO, at s
o'clock, and, returning, win leave Beaufort every
TUESDAY, at 8 o'clock A. M., and Edlsto at 3 P. M.
mara J. D. AIKEN, Agent.
TWICE A WEEK.
F?R SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, . JACKSON
VILLE, P1DATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain
L. M. COXETTBR, will sall ftom,_
Southern Wharf for above points overy TUKSUA;
E VENINO, at 8.30 o'clock, arriving back at Charles
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Captain D. B.Vincent,
will sall from Southern Wharr ror above point*
every .FI?IDAY EVSNINO, aj 8.30 o'clpck, arriving
back at Charleston WION?SDAY ATTIRNOON, a; i
o'clock. . .. I ; jj Ot t
BAVENEL A CO., Agent?,
octio Southern wharr.
. Scrjicbam Scrjnaprjs.
Ague and Fever.
The only preventive known ror Chills and Fever
Is the use or Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
Wolfe's Schiedam .Schnapps
13 good for Dyspepsia.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is a preventive of Chills and Fever.
^ Wolff* Schiedam Schnapps
Is good for all Kidney and Bladder Complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is used all over the World by Physicians in their
Wolfe's Schiedam' Schnapps
* ' "* Is good1 fur Gdrit.'
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
Is good for all Urinary complaints.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps
le recommended by all theMedlcal Faculty.
? Is good for Colic and pain In the stomach.
Wolfe's Schiedariy Schnapps.
Is imitated and counterfeited,:and purchasers will
have to use caution in purchasing.
I beg leave to ceil the attention of the reader to
testimonials in lavor or thc Schnapps:
l reel bound to say that 1 regard your SCHNAPPS
as being in every respect pre-eminently pure, aud
deserving of medical patronage.' At all events lt
ls the purest possible article of Do.Lind gin. here?
tofore unobtainable, and as such may be safely
prescribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT. M. D.,
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York.
LOCISVILLB. Ky.. September I.
I feel that we have now an artice of gin suit?
able forsucli cases as that remedy is adapted to.
DR. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps" is a remedy In chronic catarrh al
I take great pleasure in bearing highly credit?
able ;e-Umony to its eitlcacy as a remedial agent
tu the iljseases for which you recommend lt.
Having a nat urn', tendency to.tho mucous sur?
faces, with a slight degree of stimulation, t re?
gard lt as one ot the must importun remedies In
chronic catarrhal affections, particularly those of
Uie geuito-uriuary apparatus. Willi much re?
spect, your obedient servant,
CHAS. A. LKAS, M. D., New York.
No. 26 PINE sniBBT, N. Y., Nov. 21.1867.
UDOLruo WOLFE. ESQ., rresent: DF.AU ?MK- I
have mime a chemical examination of a sampl?
er your "Schiedam. Schnapps,'' with tho intent of ?
determining if any foreign or Injurions substance
had been added to the simple disfilled spirit".
The examination hss resulted lu thc conclusion
that the sample contained no pot son oas or harm?
ful admixtures. I have been unable to discover
any trace of Hie deleterious substances which
are .sometimes employed in tho adulteration of
liquors. I would -not hesitate to use nytself, nor
to recommend to other), for medicinal purposes,
the "Sciiiedam* S linuppK" ss au excellent and
unobjectionable variety <>( gin. Very respectfully
yours, (Slgued) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORY, 1
is EXCHANGE I'LVCE. N. Y.. NOV. 25, 1807. J
UDI'LPHO WOLFS, Esq. : DEAR SIR-The under?
signed have careinlry aud thoroughly analyzed a
sample ol your "Aromatic Schiedam Schapps."
selected by our-eives, ami have found the same
free fi om all organic cr Inorganic subsi anees,
more or less Injurious to health. From the result
ur our examination we cmsider the an ide one of
Bdpenor quality, healthful ns a beverage, and
edectuul in Us medicinal qualities.
(Signed)- ALEX. TRII'l'BL, Chemist.
. FRANCIS E. ENGELHARD, M. D.
For sale by hil respectable Croce? and-Drug
UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST.,
mar2l-3mos No. 22 BRAVER ST BRET, N. Y.
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood
ROSADALIS, a sure cure for
ROSADALIS, endorsed by
ROSADALIS, a potent remedy
ROSADALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSADALIS, the best Altera?
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. K. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
IT. T. C. PUGH, ol Baltimore.
Dr THOS. J. BOYEIS, ti Ba ii noie.
Dr. A. DU I tl J AN. of Titrhoro'. N. 0.
Dr. J. & SPARKS, of Nlehoiatvilc Ky.
Dr. A. >'. WHEELER, of Limn. Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY,- ol Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. MCUARTUA, ol South Carolina,
and many otners. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC.
endors d by lie?. ?ABNEY-BALL, now Of Mary?
land Conference, formerly Chaplain In the Con?
federate Aiiay of Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acts at
?"e BM.V,e8ame t:N,E UP?" 'be BLOOD, LIVER,
KiD.SLlaauu uh the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex
pelling all impure matter sud building up the
sysieru to a hean hy, vigorous condition.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
aooii&?^S^ ) Wholesale
Dr H RIM ^ * A8EETA ?n
rna'reV ^ ' feston.
OP THIS CITY,
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING THEIR
" SOLUBLE GUANO, "
Which will be famished at $50 cash, or $55 on 1st
November next wlih city accepance, and their
"DISSOLVED PHOSPHATE," for composting with
Cotton Seed, at $33 cash, or on 1st November
with 10 per cent additional.
' "PURE GROUND PHOSPHATE"' at $15 cash.
Contracts for the Fertilizers may be made. In ex?
change for Cotton.
ORDERS SENT WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AT?
J. D. AIKL3N, AGENT.
For sale a lot of A No. 1 Chincha Island GUANO,
In store and to arrive LOUIS McLAIN, .
Jnn4_No. 31 Broad street.
100 ton3 No. 1 PERUVIAN (Chinchal GUANO,
1500 bblH. Land. Plaster, ground (rom tho best
Nova Scotia Rock, and warranted pore.
100 tons Pure Dissolved and 8 rota nd Bone.
150 tous.wiiirelock's Vegetator. The Vegetator
has been successfully used, and bears a
very nish reputation, ut Is second to no
other Fertilizer, except Peruvian Guano,
offered in 'his market.
100 tons "Rafcton V Dissolved Bone and Ammo?
100 boh. Eastern Island Fish Guano, at $35 per
ton of -200O pounds..
For sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
JpALUFIC GUANO COMPANYS
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
- . ?* '
This GUANO ls now so well known in all the
som hern states for Us remarkable effects as ar
agency for Increasing the products of labor, a?
not to require especial commendation from jis.
Us use for five years -past bas* established Itt
character for reliable excellence. The large fixen
capital Invested by the Compauy In this trade..
,i nords the surest guarantee of the continued ex?
cellence of Its Guano. J? N. ROBSON,
Selling Agent, charleston, s. C.
JOHNS. REESE & CO., General Agents,Raltl
ni o re. dec22-n&c
TgOWEN & MERCER'S
APRIL 18, 1870.
Moisture determined at 112 deg. Fahrenheit.. 2.80
Inroluoic Phosphoric Acid. 0.08
Equal to BonePiiosph. Dissolved... 13.27 .
Insoluble Phosphoric Add. 13.75
Equivalent to Hone Phos;hate.30 02
Total Phosphoric Acid.19.83
Total Phosphate of Lime.-....43.29
Lime. Sulphuric Acid and Alkaline
Suits, not separately estimated... 45.37
The foregoing analysis authorizes .ns to pro?
nounce "Bowen A Mercer's" Phosphate a well
bain need and reliable manure. The amount of
Ammuula which it contains in aid of that sup?
plied from natural sources, furnishes a*suitlclent
stimulus for promoting the growth und maintain?
ing Ure vigor of the"p ant. while-Its liberal supply
or soluble Phosphoric Acid m combination with
Limo, must give a satisfactory fruitage for the
?1 rsl year. The Insoluble Phosphate of the same
base, by slow chemical change.?, subsequently
going on In i he soil, wi.l Increase Us capability fur
producing a better crop for the succeeding year.
A. MEANS, inspector,
? Savannah, chatham Co., Ga
For sale by
PAUL C. TRENHOLM.
Agent for south Carolina,
ATTSON ?fe CLARK'S
TRADE I W.C.I MARR.
The standard of this Fertilizer ls guaranteed.
It ls manufactured from the South Carolina Phos?
phate Rock. For sale by
f( b'21-tuths Sole Agant for Sooth Carolina.
THE MOST .
OF THE DAY..
DUGDALE & GI R Vi N'S
Soluble Bone Pnosphate or Lime.16.33
Bone Phosphate or Lime..?.19.64
(Equivaleut to 12 per cent, or Sulphate of Am?
. lt will be observed that our Phosphate has an
ample supply or the all important and vital crop
producing elements, viz : Soluble Phosphate,
Ammonia and Potash, and In view of this fact,
ami the strong testimonials which have beeu
gtvciHn its favor by so many planters who have,
given thc "Magnum Bonum-'an Impartial test
under Cotton th -past season, may we not, with
perfect candor, assert that we have au
UNEQUALLED COTTON FERTILIZER."
And urge each plnnt:r to give lt a trial the com?
ing season ?
DUGDALE A GiRVIN.
EQUAL TO PERUVIAN GUANO-rOUND FOR
WASHINGTON, N. C., September 13,1870.
Messrs. JOHN ME Y KU'S SONS:
I used the "Magnum Bonum Soluble Phos
phate"' bought of you, alongside or Peruvian
Guano, on Cotton, aud Dud the product equal to
Peruvian Guinn-pound ror pound.
1 am much pleased also with Us effects on Corn;
WILLIAM J. ARCH BELL.
FULLY EQUAL TO PERUVIAN ROR COTTON.
STATESVILLE, N. C.. AUgUSt 17, 1870.
Messrs. DUGDALE A GIKVIN, Baltimore. Md :
Gentlemen-Our Mr. C. A. Carlton tried nuder
Cotton, this year, your "Magnum Bonum >olub!e
Phosphate" alongside of Ne. 1 Peruvian Guano,*
aud thinks your Phosphate fully ?mal to the
Guano, and believes that if he had used the same
money wilts "of each, thc "Magnum Bonum'"
would not only have equalled the Peruvian, but
far surpussed it. Yours truly.
CARLTON BROS. A CO.
MUCH BETTER FOR COTTON TUAN PERUVIAN
EDENTON. N. C., August 20, 1870.
Mr. A. H. BOND:
Dear tlr-The "Magnum Bonum" made? by
Messrs. Dugdale A Oirvin, ot Baltimore, ajid pur?
chased or you, was used under a portion or my
Cotton, alongside or Peruvian Guano, and the
Cotton isniucli better squared, and will produce
more than that under which I used the Guano,
i'onrs, most obedient,
. - W. W. HOSKINS.
Price-S57 Per Ton Citsli,
S62 Per Ton Payable with 7
Per Cent. Interest AdMed) on November 1.
HS. M. CALDWELL & SON,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS!
Orri (?oo?s, #c.
S JP R I 3N* Ct
S I L KS I
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 248 King Street,
Begleave'to announce that they have Jnst re?
ceived iull lines of Choice ami reasonable
DRESS GOODS. BLACK SILKS,
FANCY SILKS, JAPANESE SILKS.
MOHAIRS, PLAID FOR CHILDREN,
PRINTS, LiONGCLOTHS, SHEETINGS,
HOMERT, Aa, AC, Ac.
WE BEG TO DRAW PARTICULAR ATTEN?
TION to our full lines of DRESS PIQUES, and
GUARANTEE PRICES, or cvemhlng In our line.
FULLY IN CONFORMITY WITH THE 8PIR1T
OF TUE TIMES.
j?- A CALL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
LOINS COHEN & GO.
Nb.' 24,8 KING STREET,
Immediately Souili or the ''Bia, Boot."
JOH.N S. BROWN,
33 E IJ.JF JSLST, Il"iEXA.]VI>.
TRADE J Shamrock I MARK.
( Leaf. )
Manufacturer ol only
FIRST-CLASS TABLE DAMASK,
Superior to any Imported Imported* Into the Uni?
ted states. These goods nre noted for their
?beauly or design, elegance of fabric, and dura
bihty or wear. . .
No. 215 CHURCH STREET, New York.
ALL, ?TXcX^fc- co.,
Will sell their. Stock of
BRONZE AND IMITATION BRONZE
MUCH LESS THAN THE ACTUAL COST \
These goods are or t he newest pattern?, and in
finish- superior to any lu the market. To those
furnishing houses, rm is an opportunity to pro?
cure the BEST CHANDELIERS, BRACKETS, Ac,
at a less price than they wocld pay for inferior
fixtures. . -.
itls our intention to give up entirely this branch
of our business, -valen causes so great a reduc?
tion in price.
BALL, B.LACI & CO.,
NOS. 5?5 and 6?7 BROADWAY, N. Y.
GAS FITTING, PLUMBING
AND TIN ROOFING.
DP. X* GTJXX.lL.EMnv,
mnyo-tnthslmo No. 140 CHURCH STREET.
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
fl. BISCHOFF Jk CO.,
H. KLATTE & CO..
BOLLMANN BROT BEBB,
.1. A. QUACKENBUSH.
WAKENER & MONSEES,
"MANTOUE & CO.
? FIRST PRIZE
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purity the blood and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Skies and all mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure 8tu
ous and other Fevers, Fever and
jigue. Chills, diarrhoea, dysen?
tery, dyspepsia, Sea - Sickness,
Cqlic, Cholei'a, Cholera Morbus,
and every complaint incl-,
dental'to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies will, find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
^Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
64 & 68 Water Street, N. Y.
CLACIUS & W1TT?,
General Agents for th? State of So. Carolin?.
yiCE-PBESIDENT'S OFFICE, >
CHARLESTON, S. C., Januar; 18,187L j
On and after SUNDAY, January 22, the Passes
ger i ram H ou Mie aouti: .> ralina Railroad will
rat as follows:
Leave Charleston.., :V...'.12.50 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.....-.,;.. 8.16 P.M.
.v." FOB COLUMBIA.
LeaveCnarleston. (-.20 A. H.
Arrive at Columbia.3-40 P. M.
Leave Angosta.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Chazleston.".... 3.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.1X16 P. M.
Arrrlve at Charleston,.7.60 P. M.
A?8?BTA NIGHT EX PK SSS". '
Arrive at Augusta.7.05 A. M.
Leave Augusta..'..;.6.60 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston....6.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.;.7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.-... 6.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.. 7.60 P. H.
Arrive at Charleston.6.46 A. M.
Leave Charleston. 4.80 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..t.?6.00 P. M.
Leave Summerville..7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.:..,,.8.16 A.M.
'- . ' :'i r CAMDEN BRANCH." ' '- '
Leave Camdenx?r?. 0.60 A.'M.
Arrive at KingvUle... L20P.M.
Leave KingviiTe:.I...;...."......... 2.sa P.S.
Arrive at Canuten. ;.:.. i. : j. 6.OOP."M.
Day and Night Trains make close connectlena
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Railroad, ? .
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad. ' ?>'
Camden Train connects daily with Day Passen?
JanlD A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains leave Charleston Daily at 12 M. and 6:30?
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3:30 p. AL
Train does not leave Charleston 6:38P. M., SON
- Train leaving at IfcM. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqala
Creek only, going through in 42 hours, wrrnocT
DETENTION ON SUNDAYS. .
Passengers leaving by 6:30 P. M. -Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Rainmore. Thoseleavlng
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SCNDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remalrTSuN
DAY In Wilmington, N. C. -.-?<:
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati, ChftagM and other points
West and Northwest, both Trams making close
connections at Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and u bio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent,
p. L. CLEAPOR, General Ticket Agent. .
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road mn dally ae
Leave Charleston..8.30 A/M.
Arrive at Savannah.ii .3.00 P. M. : -
Leave Savannah.1L16 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston,...........8.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic k Gulf
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and all
points in FlOrida.
With Central Railroad fer Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile, New Orleassand the West,. ~*tT.
With Steamt'cna for points on the Savannah
At Charleston wish he Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and steamships for all points
North and West. ~
Through Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels
in Charleston; Sere ven House, Savannah ; and all
principal Ticket offices North and South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading Issued to Jacksonville,
Tarin* as low as by any other Une.
C. S. GADSDEN, ?
oct5 Engineer and Superintendent. ;
Cumber, Stiel, SZz.
STEAM SAW MILLS,
BUILDERS' DEPOT, No. 94 CHURCH STREET,
TH BBB DOORS NORTH OF BROAD. "
The undersigned respectfully solicits orders for
CITY MILL SAWED LUMBER, tu be delivered at
any'wliar: lu Hie city. Our Mills being operated by
experts and experienced mechanics, we expect to
oder a superior article of lumuer, both In quality
and regularity ol cum nu. Vessels "f the largest
size can be loaded at the Mills. Having made ar?
rangements for the mauufacture of Boxes for
shipping vegetables, at prices which will defy
competition, we invite the attention of farmers
and shippers to our fine lists. For one cent ad?
ditional Boxes In lots of 100 or over will bb deliver?
ed at the forks of the road-. E. M. GRIM EE.
_ Soots, Brjoes, #r. '_
Q.ET A PA1HQ5F~~
CABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS AND SHOES;
. * FOB
COMFORT, ELASTICITY, DURABILITY AND
THEY EXCEL ALL OTHERS.
Of 140,000 pairs sold last year by two leading
Boston manufacturers,, and warranted against
NOT ONE WAS RETURNED.
Patent Stamp on every one. Sold by all Lead?
ing Dealers. feb25-lmo
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOR SALE BY
E. E. BEDFORD, King street,
C. D. ASHENS <t ( O., King street,
B. FELDMANN A CO., King street
C. MOM BIER,
And by Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
Jsci?csni's Preparations. -
DEATH TO RATS,
B05E8 DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY 8BALED AND '
Sold at Wholesale by
DOWEB, MOISE & DAVIS,
And at retal by all Druggists. febl-flmo
PAINTER AND PAPER HANGER.
NO. 102 BROAD STREET,
(Davison's Old Stand.)
as- Orders Intended for me should be left as
above between KINO AND MEETING STREETS.