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A New Version.
Concerning "Vox Popull," the Chicago Tri
Tmne, thinking the names of Mazaxvan, Knaie-_
dan, Camaralzaman and Bad.cnra are not sul
flclently -well known in this country, publishes
the following Substitute:
When Charles Dickens, story-teller,
Came to the Revere to stay,
Nothing bearii he but the praises
Of Longfellow on his way..
Bnttht lessening rumor ended
When he reached the Westmoreland,
Where the folk were talking only
Of the Fisk and Montaland.
So lt happens with all genius ;
Every city hath its own,
And Longfellow may be famous
Till the Montaland is known.
TRABE WITH NEW TOM.
TO THE MERCHANTS OF THE SOUTH
[From the Flotada Press.]
There is nothing so essential to the suc?
cess ot a cortil try retail denier in all de?
partments of trade, as the ability he dis?
plays in the purchasing o? J:s stock of
goods. It is a well known fact that a suc?
cessful country trader, who is enabled to
competo with In's neighbor, and give satis?
faction to his customers, ie he who buys
bis goode from first hands, and at the low?
est markel rotes. If he fails in this most
eseentialpart of his business operation, the
chances are that he will be unable to com?
peto with his neighbors, and ultimately be
compelled to wind np his business, and
give placo to others who know and follow
.tho great secret of success, viz.-c?ese
New Tork is the great centre of trade
jfor the -whole"United States. It is there
jail tho foreign merchants have their agents
find brokers. New York also contains that
?vast amount of capital, -which enables its
inorohauls to buy and import direct from
the manufacturers in Europe, as well as
every other section of the civilized globe.
I It is the New York merchant who, in a
great measure, control tho various manu?
factured products of the Northern and
.Eastern States. Consequer tly New York j
38 the GREAT CENTRAL AND CONTROLLING j
.POWER, that regulates all the financial and
mercantile operations of thu country ; and
St is an undeniable fact, that nearly all de?
scriptions of merchandise can be bought
in the New York market at a less per cent,
than at any other locality in the United
States. Successful country merchante
know and acknowledge this truth, and
make the New York market their centre
TWSNTT-FIVE years'experience as-Editor
and Proprietor of the " NEW YORK COMMER
CIAL PA'I H-FINDER"-(a journal which during
the whole of that time h-is been exclusively
devoted to business.flnd the development of
th.6 business resources of that metropolis)
-has brought us constantly in contact
Wi th the LEADING WHOLt- 8 ILE, FIRST CLASS, EE
LIABLE merchants in all branches of trade,
.we having made the " PATH-FINDER" a spec?
ialty for the advertisements of the leading
firms only in that city, and it will readily
be seen that our position and experience
has been one of great importance and
value, ae a directory and guido to the lead?
ing business firms in that metr?poli)?.
We now proposo, from our new South?
ern stand-point, to givo tho SOUTHERN MER?
CHANTS the benefit of our long experience
amoDg the merchants of New York, by a
carefully-prepared list of those business
firms in New York who stand at the head
of their particular branch of trade, known
for their high character and standing, be?
ing wholesale, first-class, and every way
reliable mon-who a?c ?.oove any chicanery
in trade, and who, from their largo capital
and facilities, are enabled to soil their mer?
chandize at the lowest market rates.
We cordially recommend our Southern
merchants, in visiting or corresponding
with New York, to make the acquaintance
of those in our list who are dealers in any
of their particular lines of trade ; by doing
so they will find that they have struck the
first chord of business Buccess, viz.-buy?
ing their goods from reliable men, and at
tho lowest market rates.
Iron and Steel,
Wetmore A Co., BC3. SK and SCI Greenwich ttreet.
Holden, Uopfcluo A btoke?. IM und lot J?so ?Ireet.
IDelp?, DoJse * Co., 1? * ll Clin* ?u te!.
Iron and Steel Wire, Railroad Iron, Wrought
Iron Beams and Girders, Copper, Ac,
Cooper, Uvwlll * Co., 11 Burlinp Slip, New York.
Homo Inauralice Compatit, 136 Brciwaj.
Lamp Fixtures, Buttons. Brass Work, etc
Scovilt Manufacturing Co., 4 bet km an ?treet.
Lamps, Ives' Patent French and Bohemian,
also Peg?, Shades, Chimneys, Ac,
I>tt PaUut Lamp Co., 31 Bat clay utro.t, ?nd 42 Park Flaee.
Leather and Rubber Belting, Blake's Belt Studs
and Manufacturers Supplies,
Oreen, Tweed * Co., it Pu:k ?ace.
K. Colgate * Co., cor. rt arl and Beekalan ?tr*el.
TUonut Kow? A Smw, lol Front atrtet.
Locking Glasses. Picture Frames, Ac,
ll. W. Merriam A Co., 611 UroaJwa}.
Equitable Life Aaturuuce Co., corser of Broadway and Cedar
Puebla tusinanre Company, Itt Broadway.
Medicines and Druggists' Sundries,
John P. Beary, e Cu?tete Dace.
Millinery, Ribbons, Velvets and Straw Goods,
Worthington A Smith, 601 Broadway, Kew Yotk.
Arni:....ve, Sanhud A Smith, 201 and 24? Canal elrcct.
Musical Boxes, "Schreiber" Patent Band In?
U. J. Paillard A Cn., Cfc Broadway. *
Minion's Floor Tiles, Chimney Tops, Vases, Ac
Miller A Coatee, 2.19 Pearl ?treet.
Mineral Waters and Fancv Goods,
John F. Henry, ? Co'leso r.'ace.
Ornamental Iron Works, Fountains, Vases, Iron
and Wire Railings,
J. W. Flake, 99 Chamber*, ttreet.
Oils, Paints and Varnish, all descriptions,
Wadsworth, Bro Ibers A Co., 291 Pearl rt.-ttl.
Poors, Blinds, Sashes, etc.,
Bradley A Currier, ?4, 46 and ?0 Dey Itreet.
Barrett, Nephew? A Co., 5 4 1 John ttreet.
' H.B. ClaBIn A Cn., core. Cb arch ?treet, Worth itreet,
and Weat Broadway.
Eran?. Oardner A <>.-.. 639 Pr?a}way.
Lae, Tweedy A Co., M ?a-: 33 Howard ?treet.
Teilt, Orlawold 4 Kellogg, ?43 Broadway.
Hagerty Br, mer? A Co., a and 10 Platt itreet.
Drugs and Mediclues.
W. U.SculeffeUn A Co., 110 and IIS William ttml.
Druggists' Sundries, Ac,
W. R. 8cht?rT?lln A Co., tl? ?ni 111 William .tree!.
Arnold A alcNnry, 46 aud 41 Park plaoa.
Envelops and Writing Papers,
Sarouel Raynor A Co., 119 and Ul William ttreet.
Paney Goods, Bronzos. Jowelry, Ac,
Ve, J. Ma;nla, Quedln ? Oe.,*/-: Broadway.
Fancy Goods and Yankee Notions,
Howard, Sauner A Cn., 101 ?ml Ml 'Itumber. ?tree!.
Batter, Pitklu A Co., 35C Broadway, New York.
Fancy Grocorics, Grocers articles generally,
a C. Ilaaard A Co., IK and 191 Chamber? ?mel.
Fishing Tackle, Ho-ks, Lines, Ac,
Andrew Clark A Co.. 4S Mahlen lan?.
Tho?. H. Bate A Co., 1 Warrin street.
Furs. Foreign and D.mostic,
C. O. O untkrr A Sor.. 602 KOd 604 Broadway.
Fruit Syrup. Bitters, &c.,
T. Calvin Shafer, 16 CortlanJt Mratl
Fertilizers and Seeds, -
B. U. Allen A Co., 1?9 und 191 Waler etrart.
Furniture, Chairs, Matt restes, Ac,
Pbclpt, Jewell A Co . 2C4 and sea Cabal afreet.
Catlltfy A Oxrer, ll J and 315 Walker .irret.
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
John M. Dovio" A Co.. r-M Broadway.
Union Adam-A Ca., ?" Broadway .
Glue. Gelatine, ?nd Neatsfoot Oil,
Peter Cof fer, ll Barling Flip, New York.
Wa: hu Y. Bnnu A Co., SX', anti 337 Clr?enw.cn tireet.
Guns, Pistol.?, Cutlery, Fancy Goods,
Tornea, M.W.mi A Co., 5 M ?kl rn Ian?.
Hats, Caps, Straw Goods, Ac,
Clark Brother? A Co.. 3? Broadway.
Jthlal Bead, 210 and 2x1 Canal alreet.
Windle A Co., 42 Baiclay'?tieet.
Hardware, Cutlery. Fancv Goods Ac.
Sherman Brother?, Kr. Cuotl ?trt<t, near Broadway.
Bollow Ware, Stoves, Farm Boilers, Ac.
Johp Bavcry'a Son*, 91 BaeAioea ?Heel. ,
Horse Nails and Wiro,
I Atrasan? Buttrig, it jena iti??t.
Agricultural Implements, Seeds, Ao.,
B. H. allen * Co., U9 ?Dd ?2 Water itntl.
Lockwood * Co., M Broadway.
Vt.-K.ilj? i Co., ic and lt Xassan street.
Boots and Shoes,
Porter, Day A Cu., J3 Chamber? atreet.
Billiard Tables, Ac,
Phelan A Collender, 7S3 Broadway:
Beltine. Packing, Hose, Ac.
M. Y. Belting and Packing Co., 97 and SE Park Sc?.
Booksellers and Stationers,
A. a Barara A Co., Ill and 113 William atreet
D. Appleton A Co., 64? and 651 Broadway.
J. O. Shaw k Co., 539, 638 and MO Pearl street
Baskets, Willow Ware, &c.
Charlea Zlnu A CJ., K5 Broadway.
Brushes, all Staple Kinds.
J. J. Adama A Co., T6 Beekman ?ireet.
Car and Carriage Goods.
H. a Uowella A Co., 14 Warre- ??reef.
Carpets, Oil Cloths, ?fcc,
Herr.phltl A Hamlin, 342 and 344 Broadway.
V. S. Cartridge Co. Tome?, Melvfclo A Co. Sole Agent?,?
Cigars and Tobacco,
Tbc?. J. IL; nur A Co., 29 Liberty stnet.
Children's Carriages. Perambulators, CabB, Ac
A. Cbtlittan, 65 Malden Lane.
Carriages, Wagons, 4c,
Iaaac Mix. 599 Broadway.
Clothing. Men's and Boys'.
Charlen B. reet A Co., "5 and TT Duane (Heel.
Bunk ? wiilt?, 496 A soo Broadway.
China, Porcelain and Glass Ware, etc.
John Voct A C?.. 35 and 37 Turk Plac?.
Cliarle? Vagt A Cb., CO ?nd t"2 Money etreet.
Chromos. Frames :>nd Stereoscopes,
?. A H. T. Anthony A Co., 5S1 Broadway,,
Ji-hu T. Wlleun A Co., T3, TT and T9 Fulton street
Palmer 1- Cn., (ti and 6S n :-.nc farrel.
OSJ Chamber Street Candy MHiiuiactory, Ridley A Co., com?
Charniers anJ lladaon, ?nd Mb A verne and 2Mb street
Copper Weither Vanes,
J. W. Fifi?, 99 Chamber, street
Cutlery, Guns. Ac,
Tome?, Melvalu A Co., 6 Maiden lane:
Meriden Cutlery Co., 49 Charniers etreet.'
Cut Nails, all descriptions,
John W. 0.uliicvy. 98 William -tree:, Sew To.-'c
Jehu P. Si->,nonr A Cn., T? Warren atreet.
Oscar Cheesman, Te Warren eiltet
Patent Alarm Cash Drawer,
Fairbanks A Co., 102 Broadway.
A. Weber, Filth Avenue, coruer Weet ICth IIreet
Sieluway A Soar, 1?9 aud lil fae; l4tn etreet.
E. A H. T. Anthony A Co., 591 Broadway.
Scovlll Maaufacturius Co., 4 Bvekruan thu'..
Paints, Oils, Colors, ?fcc, .
D.ulel V. Ttemauu A Co , IC Park riace,
\ Baxter, Btll A Co., 222 Peal 1 Itreet.
Christy, Cuuetant A Shepard, 501 Broadway.
Plumbing Materials, Mintons Floor Tiles, Ac,
Miller k Coales, 3T9 Tear! street
Printing, Blank Books, Stationery, ?cc,
Fi incl? A Lontrell, 45 Malden Lane.
Saddlery, Harness and Plantation Goods,
C. B. Smllh A Co., 40 Warren Sucit
S U. Coudlct, 2C3 Canal Ilrett
Shot, Sheet Lead, Pipo, Ac,
Thoa. O. Le Roy A Co., SCI and 2fJ Water tired, 54 EeetlSlli
it.-eet, and foot of 23d nd 310. *tr., Cae*. River.
Fairbanks A Co., 252 Broadway.
.'oeeph Olllott A Son, 31 John street.
Silver Plated, Nickel, Silver and White Metal
Recd A Karlen, 2 Malden Laoe.
Steel, Filts and Anvils,
Sandton, Brother* A Co. iLlmUdd), 16 Cir! etreet, New Yolk.
Stoves, Ranges, Hollow Ware, ?tc,
Nuiiotil Stove Work.?, 229 and 211 Water sttect
Stationery, Foreign and Domestic,
H. * P. Lawrence, la John street.
Olney A fowl!., 4 I John etreet.
Starch ?nd Maizena,
Win. Dur)?* A Co., 4? aud 511'aik ;!tce.
j ;aa Dwight A Co., ll Old SI'p.
jSoaps, (Toilet and Laundry),
Colgate A Co., 53 and 56 John etreet.
Steam Engines, Portable, Baxter Patent,
r.ouell A Spear, If Tari: Clure
?nerm Candles, Sperm, Whale and Lard Oils,
Whitman Bothers A Howe, 153 Front street*
Tin Wares, House Furnishing 3oods, Ao.,
Z. Xetcham A Co., 2:9 Pearl street.
Benham. A Stou tenborougb, 2T0 and 2T2 Teal 1 siiect
Toys. Glassware, Fancy Goods, Ac,
C. F. A. Hlnrlchs, 29, 31 and 33 Park Place.
BttMbw ger, Fritz A Pfeiffer, 594 Broadway.
Clough, rierce A Co., 14 and IC Vesey atreet.
Tin Plate. Sheet Iron, Copper, Zinc, Ac,
Pin lue. Dodge A Co., 19 aud 21 CHIT street.
Bruce A Cook, lee, is?, A 199 Water Street.
Twino, Yarn, Manilla and Hemp Rope,
theo. P. Brett ACo., 4 Murray tlreet.
Type Foundry and Printers' Materials,
Janes C??n-r> Sons, 2-, so and Center et-eet
Umbrellas and Parasols,
Ellis, Knapp A Co., 24 Walker itreet.
Watches and Jewelry,
Ve. J. Uagnln, Onedln A Co., CSS Broadway.
Worsteds, Dress Trimmings, <?c,
C. T, Van Blenkens'.eyn, 311 Broadway.
Wines, Liquors, Cordials, Ac,
Dodge,Cammrycr A Co., 146 Chatnl-era itreot
L Calvin Sharer, IC Cortland? atreet.
White Lead. Red Lead. Litharge. &c,
Atlantic While Lead Co., Kott. Colgate * Congenio, 2f, Peon
Brooklyn White Lead Co., tn Malden Lane.
Writing Inks, &c.
Thaddeus Davide A Co.. 127 and 129 William street.
The Cb.irleston Cotton, Rice anti Naval
OPTICS CnAHLKSTON NBWS, I
MONDAY EVENING, May 1, 167L I
COTTON.-The inquiry for this staple was to a
moderate extent, prices showing an unchanged
character. Sales about 4?? bales, say l at io, 4 at
IO>?, 2 at lix, 9 at ie, 15 a. ujbX, 14 at 18J?, 7 at
12^, 3 at is. 28 at ISM. 4 at ISM, n at 13?, l at
18?, 22 lt 18^. 183 at 14, 75 at 14.),', 12 at 14,'?'. We
Ordinary to good ordinary.13>i@l3;?
Low middling.- <?t~.Z%
Rios.-This grain was Aimer and prices rather
better. Sales 135 tierces of clean Oarcklna, say 50
tierces at 8S. 8f, at 8 :16c ^ lb. We quote cora
mon to fair at "J?@t'-?. good 8.'4@8 7-iOc "? lb.
NATAL STC.KX8.--T!.ere was some inquiry for
low grades rein, bit the business was light.
Fitsiaurs.-To j'stTttrpool, oy steam direct,
nominal on upii.:.ds : via New Tors, Sd.
on uplands ; ld on sea islands ; by sat,
Sd on uplands, \d on sea '.eland?. To
Havre nominal. Coastwise-: o New rork.
:y steam, sc ou uplands nud Vc on sea
islands; $126?? tierce ou rice:by sail, 'iz ~* Ibo:,
ootton; - 1? tierce on ncc: -;oc i? burrel ou rosin
$7@8 ? M on lumber; ?D@io $ M on timber. Ti
Boston, by sail, Kc ?? tt> on upland cotton.
To troTidence, by sail $> t? u boards, sc
H ft cn cotton; by steam fl if* baie on New
fork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam. Kc f? lb
an uplands; by sail. $7 ^ M on beards; $9 on
Umber; f/S ft toa on clay, r.Kd?3t38S0 cn phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, sc i3 lu b>
sail, $6 50:37 ?l Men bcar.i?; $3(93 25 V wu or
phosphate rock. Vessels are m demand by
our nierctmnts to take lamber freights frcm
Georgetown, S. C.. Danen and SatiJlo River, Qa.
iud JacKsanville, Fla., to Northern pons, and flo
?j)i2 ?? M arc M:e ratc-ii oa lumber an? boards.
EXCHAKGB.-Sterling cv Cay i}.:ls21?i.
DOMBSTIC EXCUAKGS. - The unnSs purc!;a?e
jight checks ai}% orr to par, au-.l sell ?.t -4 pre?
Markets liy Teiegrapk,
NEW YORK, May 1-Noon.-Freights lin-.:. Gov
ernments verv strong and dull, stocks active,
hut no'so strone Stste bonds dall, bnt steady.
Money easy at 5. Gold strong at 11%. Exchange,
loim io><; short W'i.
Evening.-G'ld l U*'1'?- O over n men ts closed
steady, traction hurhtr. ?stocks unsettled. Money
steady at 4f5 per cent. & ntherna very dun, rmi
Tetinesseos strong. Tennessees 'Sta; new same.
Virginias 08??: new 71. Louisianas or: new sume;
levses 72; dgltta 85. Alabamas 10l ; rives 70. Geo:.
gm S2: sevciis ss. North Carolin w 47 ii : new 45.
South Oaiilinas 71; new GI. Sterling, long
10J,'; shoit io?,. Freights heavy and lower; steam
NSW OrutAKS, Nay 2.-Sterling 22??. New
York sight Yt premium. Go'.d HM?
LIVERPOOL. May 1-Noon.-Cotton opened duli;
uplands 7^.17 vi, Oileans 7>?a7?d; sales 10,000
Kvenlnp;.-Cotton closed dull; uplands7j^d, Or?
leans TMn;apecnlaii(>n and export 3cco huies.
NEW YORK, ^ayi- Noon.-Cotton dull; uplands
14Ti, Or leans lts<", soles loco bales.
Evrnin^-Cition steady, and demand fair;
sa'es '.?559 Hales at I4%c.
BOSTON May l.-Cotton quiet and firmer; mid
dunga lSSc; netre-eipts 450 bales; gross 1247;
sa.'es 300; stock 13,000.
JBALTIMORE May i.-Cotton quiet; middlings
lise; net receipis 50 balen, gross receipts 105;
salts 400; stock 5850 hales.
NoBPOLi, May 1.-Cotton nulet; low mid
diing 18c; net receipts 862 bales; exports coast?
wise 1440; sales 100; stock 2866.
WILMINGTON, Mav l.-Holiday and no transac?
tions; net receipts ?39 bales; exports coastwise 34;
AUGUSTA, May l.-Cotton firm, with fair de?
mand, at 13KC for Liverpool middlings; sales GOO
bales; receipts 170.
SAVANNAH, May 1.-Cotton In fair demand;
middling 13#al3?ic; net receipts 1435 bales; ex?
ports to comment 2250; coastwise 1497; sales 600;
MOBILE, May L-Cotton in good demand, and
prices advanced; middlings U}?c; net receipts
1305 bales; sales 1000; stock 44.807.
NEW ORLEANS, May 1.-Cotton strong; mid?
dling l4Kal4?ic; net receipts 3874 bales, gross
receipts 4160; exports to Great Britain 2875 Cron
stadt -si*o, Barcelona 500; sales 4200; stock 169,440
GALVESTON, April 29.-Cotton quiet; good ordi
hary 12,?ic; net receipts 85 bales; exports to Great
Britain 2618; sales ?00; stock 54,838.
GALVESTON. May l --Cotton Arm; good ordinary
12,'ic; net receipts 1097 bales; exports coastwise
IS ol; stock 52,936.
PROVISIONS AND rRODUCR MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, May 1-Noon.-Corn declined to 33s.
LONDON. May 1.-Holiday here. Tallow 43a,
NEW YORK, May l-Noon.-Flour a shade firm?
er, but quiet. Wheat Armer and very quiet. Corn
la2c better. Pork quiet at $18 37al8 60. Lard
steady. Turpentine quiet, at 47a48c Rosin quiet
and firm at $2 40 for strained.
Evening.-Flour, i-'outhern, a trifle better; com?
mon to lair extra $6 60a7; good to choice $7 50a9.
Whiskey 93)ia83%. Wheat la2c better an<i quiet;
winier red and amber Western $1 M>,ai 54. Com
Bcarce and la2c better-79a8i. Rice quiet at 8^'a
9. Pork a shade easier at Sisals 50. Lard a
shade ?rmer; kettle ll??o. Naval stores quiet.
BALTIMORE, May l.-Flour quiet and steady.
Wheat Armer and more active; prime to choice
red 70ii90c. Corn steady. Pork $i9al9 50. Shoul?
ders sc Whiskey 92>?a93.
ST. Louis, May 1.-Pork quiet at $18 25aS18 50.
Bacon quiet; shoulders 7,Mc; clear rib 93**aOX;
clear sloes 10a Mised sack corn 57c.
CINCINNATI, May l.-Corn 67c Mess pork
drooping at $18al8 25. I ard dull and unchanged.
Bacon Arm and in fair demand; clear rib 9X19X0,
Whiskey steady and in moderate demand; held at
LOUISVILLE, May L-No market on account of
the peace jubilee.
NEW ORLEANS, Mav l.-Flour irregular; super
$5 90aC 50: treble $6 9oa7. Corn in good demand
at lower rates; mixed 7Cc; yellow and white 7ia
72. Oats in fair demand at 63a64. Hay quiet at
$25320. Bran scarce at SI 75. Pork sold Arm at
$19 25ai9 50. Bacon in fair demand at 7,'?al0a
lO'?. llams dull and lower at 15. Lard, sugar
and molasses unchanged. Whiskey quiet but
Ann at 85a97K- Coffee steady at 13?al5&
.Vcw York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, April 29: The high
price of domestic nairn ally checks the consump?
tion somewhat, and the call ls a Utile sluw.
Ligtu stocks ou spot, and to arrive, however,
makes sellers confinent, und lull priceu are a-ked.
Saits ol 00 tierces, lu job lots, at 8,\a9j,'c for ordi?
nary to choice. Kast India lam? y active, and
muue to answ< r on all orders not calling positive?
ly for carolina. SuitB of seo b?jrs KUIIKOUU at- Ta
?.U'c currency, duty paid, aud 150 bags at 3??c,
gold in bond.
From the Journal of Commerce: The marVet is
more active. Dealers are puichasing more freely
to meet out of town cr ers, while the small sup?
ply gives a reeling of confidence. We notice 6.iles
ur lau tierces carolina, to arrive, at 5&a9Mcfor
common to piime: 650 bags Rangoon, duiy paid,
at 7?i7.'a'c currency, and 5o bags do., in bond, a".
3??c in gold.
From Hie World: lhere was a steady jobbing
trade at 7a7?iC .o' Rangoon, ?nd S.\??i9c for Caro?
lina, the hlyhefct figures in cotu cas'.s being rather
;v?_-r Xtw York Iluy Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, April 29 : Receipts to
daj J900 balts, me tone of thc market is
generally quiet. The sales are Res bales for Da?
val?a at $115, per steamer; 75 bules tor Washing?
ton, D. C, at fl 15; and lOO bale? for Camp Pluck
ney. Fla., st $1 li; loo bales Portsmouth, ut$l io
cash; and 50 hales compassed for Berm ada and
.i market, at $] 20. Tie prue at nie cluse ior
shipping is $110 cash and $115 time. Retah is
without change, straw m in light supply at for?
mer prieta shipping $1 leal 16.
New York Narai Stores Market.
Fn.m tin.' Journal of Commerce, April 29:
SPIRITS TII?PE.NTLSE.-The market has lancer de
cllued. Merchantable lois closing at --So for
prompt delivery, amt this price shaded in forward
delivery parcel*. The stock ls not large com?
paratively, but is burdensome with the present
lieht demand. Several parcels of thc new crop
have t-'cen received, amt as full supplies arc ex?
pected shortly Holders are disposed to unload as
promptly ?is possible. Sales are 110 barr?is in
lots atss>i;i40c, aud 125 barrels at 48e. Rosins.
Thc market has been very quiet to day. The free
sule3 yesterday about met the temporary wants
of shippers. Holders arc very Arni in their views,
closing with strained quoted at $2 40. There ls a
better assortment nf One rosins on sale through
fresh awlvai- and prices ate railer, lt is dliilcuit
to obtain S7 50 for the truest window glass in par?
cels, some retail lots arc bi luging $8. Thc sales
embrace 240 barrels .-trained at $240; 2000 barrels
extra strained ai $2 46; 16U barrels pale at $5 76,
and iou barrels virgin at S7. We quote Na 2 $2 60
n2 95; No l $3a4: pale $4 25n5 50; extra pale at $ea
7 50. Tar ls quiet; ottered at $2 50 for Washing?
ton, aud $2 t>im2 65 for Wilmington.
Interior Cotton Markets.
MONTGOMERY, April 29.-Cotton market quiet ;
Io.y ml'idilrgs 13c; intle demand foi good grades.
SKLMA', April ID.-There were pales yesterday
to the amount of li o bales; middlings 14c; low
middlings \Z}(*\&%c: strict good ordinary l?.'?c;
maiket Arm, with very little inering.
Selma Cotton Statement.
SKLMA. April 28.
Stock on hand September 1, 1870.bales..1,272
Received this week. 473
Shipped this week.1,063
Stock on hand, Friday, April 2S, 1871. 2.389
Kcccipta ny Km I read. May 1.
SOUTH CAROLINA RA1LBOAD.
439 bales cotton, 50 bales domenics, 97 bbls
naval stores, 12 carB lumber. 3 cara stock. To
Railroad Agent, Felzer, Rodgers A co, W P Rus?
sell, Pringle* Son, C W Witte, Smith A Chapean,
Macqueen A Riecke. Wagen er A Monsees. Kins?
man A Dowell, A S Smith, Sloan A Selgnlous, Jno
Marshall, Jr, Mowry A Son, W C Bee A co, Mur
dacgh A- Mathews, Wm C Courtney * co, W W
Smith, Goo ll Walter A co, Wiss A co, Caldwell A
SOL. T P Smith, Frost & Adger. G W Williams A
co. K,riete A Chapman, G A Trenholin A Son, O F
Winters. Kilnck, Wilkenberg A co. J B P Alley, J
Heins, Watson A- lilli, Campsen A co.
S3 bales upland cotton, 407 bbls naval stores,
cars wood and mintier, rough rice, tobacco, mdse,
ic. To G <\ Williams A co, Frost & Adger, Good?
rich. Wlneman & co, T C Smith, W c Courtney A
co, J R Pringle A- sun, D fiiBchotr A co. T P.smith.
Mowry & son, J A Quackenbnsh, S D Stoney. B D
Schur, G Foll?n, Kinsman & Dowell. Jno Marshall,
Jr, c A Gnuser, A S Smith. G W Witte. G A Tren
holm A- Son, E We Ung, .Maiior.ee dc Kelti, .iud
CHARLESTON, S. G.MAY 2, 1871
Lat 36 deg 46 min 32 sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 miu 27 sec.
Sehr Delmar, Ireland, Georgetown, S C. 4500
bushels rough rice. To J ll Pringle A son.
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garnant, West Poiut MiiL 25
tierces lice. To W C Bee A co.
sloop J w Foster, Nicholas, Santee. 950 bushels
rough ri e. To W C Bee A co.
S'.i-op Julia Dean. II arris, Combahee. 615 bush?
els rough ric-, aud j bales conon. To W C Bee
Received from Chin .a's Miu. 97 tierces rice.
To cohen, Uanckel A co.
Brig Waltham, ilaski.-.l, Boston via Wilmington.
N C-St Goldsmith it Son.
Brig Waltham, Haskell, Winning.on,xe. .
FROM THIS POUT.
Geiman gunboat Meteor. Knorr.Ncw York, 2>:?i
OP FOR TD1S PORT.
Sehr Ella Frances, Bolger, ?: New York, 29" :i
.?dir Annie S Ca?kii:. Gaskin, at Philadelphia
29tn April. 1
CLEARED FOP. 'HilS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at Now York
Ap: ll 29.
LiVEnroOL, May l.-Arrived, bork sabine, siiips
Aslexna, Advunce, Krnuprismcn, Pocahontas,
Consil'.ution, Nepuura: steamship Periere.
The I'.rltisli t-rlg Nm man by, for Savannah, snd
sehr A ll ein. huund lath, have come to anchor
in the Roads in consequence vi head win?!.
NEW Yom:. May i -Arrivfd, :lie (loane M:?-?s
-ipnl, Rame-, chancy ami Algeria. Arrived om.
lite Purth'it, Adelphi.!, Nebraska, Salivuu: and s:
Louis, thu lutter : rom New orleans
Li-ST OF VESSELS
Ur. CLEARED AND RilLED POR mts rORT.
F O MK I G N .
Br ship Island Dome. McLeUun, up.April 6
Br bark Vinco, Robson, up.April 15
Norwegian bark Lugent, Neiisec, sailed....Jan 2C
The Jean Vivian. Brewer, sailed.jau 2-J
Brig G s Berry, Bradley, cleared.Aprii 15
Span?!: brig Isabelita, Bosch, sailed.Arri. 13
-p OB B A L T I M ?OR.E.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
nie fine Steamship "SEA GULL,'' Dutton,
Commander, will sall for Baltimore on TUESDAY,
9th May, at 10 o'clock A. M.
mg- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to thai
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
maj3-7 So. 2 Union Wharves.
OR .NE W ? O R K
OLD LINE S EW YORK AND CHARLES
ESTABLISHED 184 5.
SPAC10?S AND ELEGANTDECR STATE-ROOMS
The verv last and splendid Side-Wheel Steam
shins of this Line will sall from Adger'a South
Wharf as follows :
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, May tub, at 6 o'clock
JAMES ADGER. SATURDAY, May.l3th, at 2 o'clock
CHAMPION, SATURDAY. May 20th, at 6 o'clock
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, May 27th, at 12 o'clock
?"Insurance y. percent, by this Line.
?3- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Eoston, Providence and thc New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest marke:
For Freight cr Passage engagements, apply to
niayl_JAMSS ADGER A CU.
y 0 R >* E W Y O R K.
ON TUESDAY, MAY 2D, AT -5* O'CLOCK
NEW IRON STEAM LINE- ESTABLISHED 1S70.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Cruwell, Commander, will san for New
York on TUESDAY. May 2d, at half past live
o'clock P M.. Hom Pier No. 2. Union Wharves.
The Hue new lion Steamship SOUTH CARO?
LINA will follow on TUESDAY, 9' li May.
Through Bills of Lading givon on Cotton to
Liverpool, Uoston. Providence and Hie New Eng?
land Manufacturing Towns, at ihe lowest mar?
Insurance by steamers of this Line a per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
vert line state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A- CO., No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENA Y, No. 1 Union Wharves.
JgXCUESION TO SAVANNAH.
FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, 52.
MEALS AND BERTH EXTRA.
The Splendid Steamships CITY POINT
and ?1CIATOR will make BXCOR_
SIONS TO SAVANNAH, as per below sencome.
giving visitoi H an opportunity to spend a day, or
more ii desired, at savannah:
LEAVE CUAJlLESTOi: FOR SAVANNAH.
Steamer CITY POINT, FRIDAY NIGHT, April
28th. nt 0 o'clock.
Steamer DICTATOR, TUESDAY NIGHT, May 2d, at
Steamer CTY POINT, WEDNESDAY NIGHT, May
3d, at 9 oV -t.
Steamer CITY POANT, FRIDAY NIGHT, May 5th, at
LEAVE SAVANNAH FOR CHARLESTON.
Steamer DICTATOR, SATURDAY MORNING, April
29th. at 7 o'clock.
Steamer CITY POINT, TUESDAY MORNING, May
2d, at 7 o'clock.
Steamer CITY POINT, THURSDAY AFTERNON, May
4th, at 4 o'clock.
Steamer DICTATOR. SATURDAY MORNING, May
eli, at 7 o'clock.
RAVENEL A- CO..
pAClFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMFY*
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CB INA AND JAPAN
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of thc above dne leave Pier
Nc. 42, Non h River, foo; of Canal]_
street, Kw York, at 12 o'clock noon, o? thc 36th
and 3JI1I of every mouth (except when thew
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceo
AH departures connect at Panama vite steam?
ers fer South Pacific and central American ports.
Departure ol' 16th touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japnu and China, steamers leave Sau Fran?
cisco tirst of every month, except when V falls on
Sunday; then un the day preceding.
No Cailloniia steamers touch a:. Havana, bu.
?to direct rrom New York to A.-piuwali.
(.'tie hundred pounds baggage I ree to each adult
Medicine and attendance irr.e.
For Passage Tickets or other information opp!*
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFliiri on the
wlinrl foot of Cana! etreet, Norrh River. Nev.
l'ont. F. R. RABY. Agent.
"gjXCrRSION TO ST. AUGUSTINE AND
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER, FLORIDA.
The splendid and fast Steamer
DICTATOR, Captain L. M Coxetter._
will leave Charleston, TUESDAY, May lum, ai uuu
past s V. M., cn an Exemtion to Florida, arriving
at Savannah early on WEDNESDAY, and remain?
ing there until afternoon, aflurdlng ample time to
visit Buenaventura and other points of interest.
Leaving at 3 o'clock P. M., will arrive al St. Au
gustlne THURSDAY MORNING, whore a most agrce
[ able day may be spent Inspecting the ancient
.Spanish Forircss, Hm Cathedral, and other relics
or thc ilrst settlement on thc continent, in nal.ing
on thc Bay or visiting thc Orango Groves of the
neighborhood. Leaving St. Augustine, on FRIDAY
MORNING, the Dictator will pas? up Hie sr. Joiiu's
to Paiatkii, by datiigiit, stopping at ?ill points of
Interest, thus aflording a rare opportunity of see?
ing, to the ocst advantage, the most beauilful of
Returning will h ave Jacksonville SATURDAY,
Fernandina the same afternoon, arri; lng At Sa?
vannah SUNDAY MORNING, au l Charleston SUN
Kare fur round trip. ilS.
No extra charge io.- Meals or staterooms.
:imyl-i-i itAVKNi.l. A co.. Agents.
EXCUKSIUX OV STEAMER ST.
li M L l? N A .
TOSCHCTZENPLATZ EVERYDAY DURING THE
Thc Steamer St. HELENA, Cap- ? ^?T^i?.
tain D. Sinclair, Jr., will leave a.s'*?ataE
above daily from Atlantic Wharf. f'??t >.i uroau
I atreet, ai the terminus cf CH y Ballway, at thc fol.
:.EAYE LEA YB
City ?t:.S\? A. M. Sch?tzenfest at Ol? A. M.
'.'ny :r.A. M. Sch?tzenfest ut 12 M.
Oity ut. 1 p. M. scliK'.zcnfcst a: 2 P. M.
Lity u:.3 p. M.lschiitz infest al 4 P. M.
City :::.j?, p. M.jschmzenicst ai ; p. M.
Tho ?asl day, thc last trip H om ?lie Sch?tzen
pilli li Will ij.; .il 10 u'ClOCK I'. M.
Fare going and returning ?uni dav, 25 c.nt.*.
N. 1.'.-A Moonlight Excursion dowu Ashley
River e- eiy 'evening; a band ol music on board.
Touch a'. West I'uiut Mill going and rc ut mug.
mayl-:- j. JJ. MURRAY, Auenr.
JflOR GARDNERS BLUFF, S. C..
AND ALL INTERUKDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
The Steamer -GENURAL MANI- _
GAULT." Captain Watts, is now TC-????
ceivii.g Freight at Hoyce's Wharf, ana wm leave
as above on WEDNESDAY MORNING, the 3d inst.
For engagements, npnly to
SU A CK ELKO KO <fc KELLY, Agents,
mayl-2 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
? R LIVERPOOL.
The fine American Bark ANNIE TATM-^JJA
BALL, ?or small capacity,) 0. G. iL Stlnaon, SBB
Master, having a large portion of her cargo en?
gaged and going on board, will meet with dis?
The Tine American Ship MISSOURI, L. T. Brad
bnrn, Master, wants 300 bales Cotton to complete
cargo. For engagements apply to
W. B. SMITH A CO.,
-pOR FORT SUMTER, BATTERY WAG?
NER, FORT MOULTRIE, AND ALL OTHER
INTERESTING POINTS AROUND THE
The Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southe rn
Wharf every day ac io o'clock, Morning, SSst
and hair-past 3 o'clock every Afternoon.
For arrangements, apply to Captain THOMAS
YOUNO, on board. _aprl3
OR GARDNER'S BLUFF
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON TEE
PEEDEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN.
The Steamer PLANTER,Capt.H. S. P -jg?a?
Cordes, is cow receiving freight at^^S.
Accommodation wharf, and will leave on WJSD
NESDAY NIGHT, 3d Instant,
Freight and wharfage prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having state room ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
may 2 2_No. 177 East Bay.
Until further notice the Steamer _ "^?TK'"=*i^
EMILIE, Captain C. C. White. wi!l??3352
leave Charleston every WEDNESDAY MGHT, at 9
o'clock, and Georgetown every FKIDAV MORNING,
at 8 o'clock.
For engagements apply on board, at Commer?
cial Wharf, ur to
SHACKELFORD A KTLLY, Agents,
aprlS-tuths_No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
JflOR NORTH EDISTO, BEAUFORT AND
The Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain
J. W. sly, will leave ceutral Wharf,_
for the above points every MONDAY IUOBKIN?, ac c.
o'clock, and, returning, will leave Beaufort every
TUESDAY, at S o'clock A. M.. and Edisto at 3 P. M.
mar.'l_.1. D. AIKEN. Agent.
OR BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC
Thc steamer PILOT BOY. Captain ^
J. W. Sly, will leave every Tnuns-jg
DAY MOKKINO, at S o'clock, as above. Keturuiug,
will leave Beaufort FRIDAY MORNING, at 3 o'clock.
mar2l J. D. AIKEN. Agent.
OR i -L O K 1 D A.
TWICE A WEEK. '
FOR SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE. PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
.... THE ST. JttiiS'S RIVER,
Tue Steamer DICTATOR, Captain -TrT*h,
L. M. COXESTBK, Will KA? frnr? ?jgSaUSSSS?m
Southern Wharf for aliovc jioints every IUKSDAI
EVENiNG.at SM O'Clock, arriving back at Charles
ton every SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
The steamer CITY roiNT, captain D. B. Vincent,
will sail from Southern Wharf for above point?
every FRIDAY EVENING, at s.30 o'clock, arriving
back at Charleston WSONESDAY AFTERNOON, at
RAVENEL & CO.. Aecnts,
octio Southern wharf.
Soots, 5!)0cs, &t.
JDOOTS, SHOES AND ^TRUNSsT
Receiving tliis da? pei Steamships Georgia,
from New York, Fall River, noni Philadelphia,
assorted Invoices of FINE BOOTS A ?SD SHOES.
In addition to the choice selection aiwavs in
Stock 1 kce.i those CABI.M SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold cheap at EDWARD DALY'S,
mar2-J No. 121 Meeting street.
By Fall River steamship from Philadelphia tbl
day 1 am receiving a fresa suuplv or those Gent's
Band-Sewed Magic Fitting FRENCH CALF
ROOTS. With much time and labor, I have the"
same for BOYB and Gents.
mar22_ No. 121 Meeting stree:.
rpo TUE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
riea?e inform thc numerous readers or your
paper that thc AMERICAN GAITER, Patented, or
the Shoe of the Future, ls a success. To suppij
the demands of the Trade, another invoice to-day
by Fall River, from Philadelphia.
Sold by EDWARD DALY,
mar22 No. 121 Meeting stree'.
.IS A FASTENING FORHEAVY
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Das .proved snperior to either Thread or Pegs.
For all the lighter grades pr work lt is equally ap?
plicable, and the most delicate ladles' slipper or
the finest pump-soled boot is more pllahle, more
durable, and preserves its shape better, if fastened
? ABLE SCREW WIRE.
Thc;c Popular Goods are sold by Deal?
ers everywhere. aprlO-lmo.
IDatrijcs, Jctudrn, Ut.
ALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and ?67 BROADWAY, N. Y.
WILL FURNISH ^
STERLING SILVER FOi'.KS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
$1 75 GOLD PER OUNCE.
These Goods are pronounced superior in beauty
of finish, and greater ia variety of pattern, to auy
Tab.c Ware manufactured.
A LARGE STOCK OF
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
?jyjTONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
F O R S i 0 ll T I S P R 1 C F, LBS SH
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which arc nowodercd
co tho public, are pronounced ny all ihe celebrated
Opticians of the world :o be the most. Perfect, Nu
i lund Artificial help to the tinman eye ever known.
! Tliey are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, molted together,
and derive their name. '.Diamond," on account
I of their hardness and brilliancy.
I The scientific principle on which they are con
strucied tirings tho core cr centre of the lens til
rectly in front of the eye. producing a clear and
distinct vision,as ?n the natural, healthy sight,
and preventing ail nn?t:easnui sensations, snell us
glimmering and wavering ofsigtir, dizziness, Sc.,
peculiar to ?Ul others in usc.
They are mounted itt thc tlue-a manner, in
frames'bf thc best quality,of all materials used
for that purpose. T::-.-ir tlnish and durability can
uot be surpassed.
CAUTION.-Nee genuine unless bea ting their
trade mari: stamped every frame.
r>:a'.er in Watches. Jeweirj,
Sterling Silverware and optical Gooda,
Ni. Coi Kinjr -.treet.
tti-ftathiyr Charleston .S. C.
TLTANLFOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
To Telegraph and Raliway Companies, Brokera,
Repoi ters and Exchange O?loes,
TRY COWAN'S PATENT IMPROVED MANI?
FOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
Send for price and particulars to
GOWAN & 00., Stationers,
No. 35 Pine street, New Tort.
P. 0. Box 4748. Formic !>y all Stationers.
.fine ?rocm?0, &t,
BEDFORD'S (LATE CORWINS) GROCERY
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY,BUTTER
PURE LEAP LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, SBi
BISCUITS, 4c, . AC.-. '
N. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
FAMTLT GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
DE. E. BEDFORD,
AND VERY OLD
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 375 KING STREET,
[ . OPPOSITE HASEL.
WHOLESALE AND RETATE DEALER
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars Provisions, Spices; &c?
HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, &c.
AH articles sold from this establishment are o? the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANT?!?
Goods louvered to all parts of the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free or expense.
EVERT E. BEDFORD. 1 SEND FOR ? .j JAS. S. MARTHS.
?3EO. H. GRUBER. (_CATALOGUE._ j WM. G. MOO^, JB>
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATC COMPANY?
10FJJHARLEST0N, S. C.
P. J, PORCHER, President"" P. J. PELZER, Treasurer.
W. LEBBY.....W. P. HALL.L. D. DESAUSSURE.B. G. PINCKNEY
THE ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES ARE N0\V BEING MANUFACTURED AT THEIR WORKS ON
ASHLEY RIVER, under tue direction of an experienced and Practical Gnemist. The Company in
tend this to be a drstclass Fertilizer, and one which can bc recommended to Planters.
THE COMPANY ARE ALSO PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This preparation ls highly recommended oy Chemists, as with it Planters are enaoled to make
their own Fertilizers.
Thc ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls sold at $55 per ton cash, or - on time, with Interest at the rate
of one per cent, per month.
The ACID PHOSPHATE is sold ai ?35 per ton cash, or-on time, with interest at the rateof
one per cent, per month.
PELZ ER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec31-lmos BROWN'S WHARP, CHARLESTON, S. C.
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
H. BISCHOFF ft CO.,
H. KLATTE ft CO.,
J. A. QUACK EN BUSH,
WAGENER A MONSEES,
MANTOUE ft CO.
Read a few of the Testimonials in regard to the
EFFICACY of that STERLING MEDICINE,
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
A few Cen locates from the many in our posses?
sion from persons who have tested the
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS:
FROM THE POSTMASTER AT TUMBLING
SHOALS, S. C.
TUMBLING SHOALS, S. C., April 9, 1870.
Messrs. GOODUICH, WILEMAN A Co., Charleston,
Gentlemen-This is to inform you that about a
year ago 1 was in delicate health, worn out with
old age and hurd work, weighing one hundred
and twenty-live pounds; upon request I com?
menced using the OLD CAROLINA BITTERS- Af?
ter using nine bottles, 1 felt as well and vigorous
as thiny years ago-went to work and made
money. I weighed, after using the above, one
hundred and seventy-two pounds. I have since
l een strong and hale. Accept, gentlemen, my
thanks, and success say I to the OLD CAROLINA
(Signed) RANSOM PHILLIPS, P. M.
Tumbung Shoals, S. C.
FROM ANDREW CHAMBERS. 1RWINTON. GA.
IRWLSTON, GA., September 25, 1869.
Messrs. GOODKICH. WIKEMAN ft Co.:
Gent.emeu-Wuen in your city, two weeks ago
vour Dr. Service gave me a bottle of your cele?
brated CAROLINA BITTERS, which I brought
horne for my .'allier, whose health was very feeble,
.liter using it lie was so well pleased with lt?
etlectts that he considers them almost Indispensa?
ble. Please And enclosed sixteen, (Sis.) the price
of two cases: direct them W. J. Chambers ft Son,
No. 1(5. c. H. ll. Yours, very respectfully,
(Signed) A NUB KW CHAMBERS.
ANOTHER VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
FORT VALLEY, GA.. September 15,1S69.
Messrs. GOODRICH. WINEMAYA CO., charleston:
Gentlemen-] take great pleasure in Informing
vnu that my wife has experienced great benefit
i rom the use of thc OLD CAROLINA HITTERS.
lt is certainly a good medicine, and I wouldi .
pleased ;f you would send me auo?ier dozen im?
mediately. Respectfully, ftc.
(Signed) .INO. A. HOUSER.
Sold byall Druggists in Charleston. The trade
GOODRICH. WINRMAN .t CG.,
Principal Depot, No. ? Hayne street.
OLD CAROLINA RITTE R S,
roi: SALE BY
E. E. REDFORD, King street,
C. D. AH HEN'S ft CO., King street,
B. FELDMANS ft CO., King street,
And by Druggist and Grocers everywhere.
DEATH TO RATS,
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold at Wholesale by
DOWIE, MOISE db DAVIS,
And at retal by ail Druggists. lebl-Gmo
g u MI?ETR' B OTE'D?NGL
AIKEN H0TEL~~?IKEN, 8. C.
The people of Charleston and vicinity are*e
spectiully Informed that the above HOTEL wirfhe
open during tbe summer of 1871 for tuc reception
of permanent and transient gnests.
The rooms are large, airy and weil furnished.
House and grounds well shaded.
The tables will be supplied with the delica?
cies of thc season.
Terms very moderate.
For further pariicularB address
CASE .fe LOUNSBERRY,
Good Livery attached to the House.
Sea?ng ?lacljincs. '
DOUBLE LOCK ELASTIC STITCH. .
This ls the most simple and reliable Two Thread
Sewing Machine in the world. It sews direct
from two threads, and Is ?15 less than any other
flrst-class Sewing Machine. Samples can be seen
at No. 155 MEETING STREET, opposite Charles?
ton Hotel; sole Agent for the State. Sub-agents
wanted through the State. Address W. S. BIS
SELL, Charleston. Also agents for Home Shuttle
Hand Machine. $25. aprl-tuthsffmos
WEED'' FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITO?
are the best in use.
For sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. AH kinds ot
Machine attachments, Needles, Cotton, (white
black and colored,) soi, OU, Soap, Ac, Ale ?.
Repairing as asnal. Circulars and s?taiplee or
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
Generl! "ealer 'h First Class Sewing Ma?
chines ana Material, No. SOT King street,
augU Charleston. S. G.
?Urngs, Ciiemuals, &z.
R 0 S AD ALIS is the best Blood
ROSADALIS, a lure cure for
ROSADALIS, endorsed by
ROSADALIS, a potent remedy
ROSADALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSADALIS, the best Altera?
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Ur. rc. WILSON CARR, of baltimore.
Dr. T. C. PUGH, ol Baltimore.
Dr. THUS. J. HO Y KIN. of Baltimore.
Dr. A. DURGAN. of Tulboro". N. ti.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, of Nicholasvlie, Ey. JL
Dr. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima. Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY, o? Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. Mct'ARTHA, cf South Carolina,
and many otucrs. Sae ROSADALIS ALMANAC
endors-d by Rev. UABNEY RALL, now of Mary
inud conference] formerly Chaplain in the con
fedeiste Aimy of Northern Virginia.
Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acts at
one and the same time upon the BLOOD, LIVER,
KIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
celling all impure matter and building np the
svsieui to a healthy, vigorous condition.
IS SOLD UY ALL DRUGGISTS.
HOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS, 1 Wholesale
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO., Agents in
Dr. H. 1JAEK, J Charleston.
QIR JAMES CLARKE S FEMALE PILLS.
These PILLS have lonz been z-id both in Greai
llritaiti and this Country, and are the ces: ct their
kind in the marke;. _ "
Forsaieby Dr.. H BA ER,
aprjj No. ICI Meeting street.
j u "s"? RECE I V S D
CARBOLATE OF LIME, the best Dislnfectan
and destrover of Rats. M ce tugs, Cockroaches
Ac. A small quantity placled where they frequeD
will at once disperte them.
Pendleton's Panacea, or Vegetable Pain ET.
tractor. . . "
A fresh supply of Fleming's Worm Oonfectious,
the-most reliable in use.
Also, a fresh supply of SEAL OLEUM, the great
remedy for Rheumatism.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. B. BAER,
may30 Nc. 131 Meeting stree*.