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LIST OF LETTERS remaining ta the Postoffice
tx Charleston, Tor the wee* ending May 6,
1871, and printed officially ta THE DAILY NEWS,
ss the newspaper having the largest circulation
In the City ol Charleston.
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should state that they are "Advertised."
Office hours from 8 A. M. to SK P. M. On
Sundays, from SM to 6? P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT, Postmaster.
Arents, Mrs Jo-?Gibson, Mrs Oslaide, Mrs El?
li annan Cutnrine. wira
Ball Mrs Anna- Gladden, Eliza- Patterson, Mrs
stuVla beth (co!) A R
Beck, Mrs Ar- Gibbs, Mas Em- Pasiegne, Mrs
taur ma S Hettie
Bee, Mrs W J Gibbs, Miss Ll- Parson, Miss Sa
Bennetr.MrsCa- rew lfca H E
t hrlne, Goldrick, Miss Parson, M isa EE
Behrens, Miss Anuey E Pareen, Miss
Christina Grant, Mrs Mar- Hettie 0
Bergman, Miss tha Pearson, Mrs Sa
justin Grant, Mrs Sa- rah
BlacX,Mls8 Mary . rah Perry, Mrs Mary
Britten, Mrs M K Graham, Julia; Jane
Bradshaw, Mbs Ann Phelps, Mrs Ma
Edza Harleston, Miss ry
Bronson, Mrs Emma Pickenpack.Mrs
Mary Harley. Miss Al- Rebecca
Brown, Miss An- Ice ' Pinckney, Miss
na (col) Bay toa, Mrs H Mary
Brow?,MraJine L Porcher, Miss
(col) Uudtman, Mlssj Cattle
BTown.MlssFan CC ?Polite, Mrs Polly
nie Hogan, Mi33 Ma Polite, Miss
Brown, Elsey na ^~ Catheren
(col) Holmes,Miss Lu- Rafferty, Mrs
Burnley ,Mlss Ju- cy Bridget
lia HowardjMrsDo- Randell, Mrs
Bernnie, Miss rind* Amy
Martha Hopkins, Mrs M Rathbone, Mn
Bnrges,Mlss Jes p RN
sie . Hood, Mrs E. Rechert, Miss
Cain, Miss Mary Hunt, Mrs Lizzy Eliza
Jane (col) Riley. Mrs Eliza
CasoD. Mrs E J ingles, Mrs El-, C
Carnell, Susan len Richo', Mrs Ju
Campble, Miss jackson, Aidei dy
Anua reo!) Ross. Miss Mary
Campbell, Mrs Jack-on, MisstRassrll.Mrs Em
Dorcas Lethia j mu
Canlinu, Miss james, Mr3 Ce- Ryan, Mrs Alic?
Mary R 'estine E
Cheny, Miss An-ij^ins, Mrs Sa- Schord, Miss
nie 1 r-th Celile
Christopher, Jone?, Miss Ger- Scanlan, Miss ?
Miss Ella alaine M Seabrook, Mr:
Cornelius, Mrs Jones, Miss Ma William
Elizabeth ria ' Seympte, Mis;
ConneUy. Mrs s jones, Mrs HM M
Cocper,Ml.ss MT jones.MrsThomiSmalls, Mrs J 1
Cotmler.MrsCV as Smith, Mrs M ?
Commines, Mis? Jones, Mrs F >mlth,Mrs Marj
Minnie. j< anson, Mrs A
Coldaugh, MUs KosaG Span, Mrs Sa
Cross.Miss Mari-Johnson, Mrs rah Jane
anna Mary Spencer. Miss
D vis. Mrs Han Kt ck'cv, Mrs Henrietta E
tahl?- Lizzy Stamou, Miss
Darra), MLs Sa- Keane, Mrs Sr Lizzie
Una Kick. Miss Ad stauard. El;ey
Daggett, Mrs Jo- line sickler, Miss sa
8ephlne Lanier, Enge- rah (care o
Daly, Mr?? Henri- nia ComouorHow
Wa i aw, Mrs S ell)
Darby,Mrs Cath- f lizabeth Taylor, Mrs Ma
nue. . Legnrx, Miss ry E
David, Mrs Jam j-nTicy Ttiomp? D, Mrs
Davis, Miss Ann Laughlin, Miss Harriett K
E Love Th< mpson, Mr
J>avts,MrsHenry Macnamara, UT
L MIKS Mxzie Turn ncr, Mis.'
Dangerfleld.Mls- Mathews. Mrs E Lizzie
Auna J Toomey, Mrs Sa
Daisey,. Mrs Mathews, Mrs J rah
Mary . A B Terror, Mrs So
Deus. Miss Han- Martin. Mrs WT phi.
nah Makesly.-M s M rrescoit, Mlsi
Dtnaux, Miss Morey, Mrs Car Cai rie
Annie M oliue Vanderhorst,
Peveuux, Mrs fMara>balL Mrs Miss Agatha
Jane B Melcher, Mrs Re- Walker, Misa
Dant, Mrs Char- becca Mary-A
lotte Milkra. Mrs FC Wans, Mrs Mar
Duncan. Martha Millers. Miss Ma paruna
Duncan, Anna erith Ward, Mrs J V
Dupong, Mrs J Mo>dey,MrsElIz- Webb, Mis* C J
M. abeth Wernges, Mrs i
Edgerton, MTS More, Mrs Mary C
Mamie Myers, Eliza Welch. Mrs .Ste
Edmond, Mrs McBurney, Mrs pheu P
John AT White, Mrs
Edwards, Mrs McCready, Mlssj Carmine
Jno i Sophia L Whyley, Mrs Di
Espey. Miss Sa- McDentot, Miss co
rab B Mary Willey. Miss Ma
fabian, Miss J) McKlmoylc, Mrs ry ?
Fara nee, Mrs Jo Eliza WU hers, Chloe
annan Wettlea,Mrs Car- Wilkinson,' Mn
Fraser, Char- ohne EM
lotte (col) O'Bi len.Mrs Y F. Williamson, Mrt
Gaillard, Mrs O'Brien.Mrs F L E
Estell Offerman, Miss Williams, Mrs
Gaillard,Mrs FT Adele Georgiana
Garrett, Miss .Woodward, Mrt
Margaret . Mary Ann
Alston, P C Greenlel, A B Nelson. A
Anderson, Jno Grey A Co, Nlcks<Henry
Anderson, E Messrs RA Nicholson, W B
Ashley, Lewis Greenough, Ho Nobieton, J A
Atlantic Cotton ratio:? <?Brlen,Mlchael
Press Graham, Joseph O'Brien, Timo
Baker, Jno- (2) Green, Edward thy
Baker, TD Green. D W O'Brlan.Mathew
Begky, Jno creen. Kev R Payne, Thoa R
Beoermann, M Grant, Robert Parsons, Chas
Berry, Wm Gu timer, Isaac Pall, Joseph W
Black, OX Haig. Joshua Pendleton, A S
Buke, James Hanahan. Bram Perry, Wm jp
Bowie, Edward Hams, Mortis Peere, Alfred
Brown, George Harbers, J C H 2(Prince, Bichard
Brown, James Harken, Jno ! (2)
Bremer, A C Harvey, Chas S Price. Edward C
Brakr, p HastingB, Mi- Prause, Agnes
Branjee, Wm chael Mr
Burns, DM Hartnett, Dan Proctor,Thomas
Burbridge, W p iel F ?luye. Jno (2)
Bulwlnkle, J D Haminlc, Mr 1 Randen. Georgi
Butler, Jno J Haines, Joseph Riady, Peter J N
Carsons, Wm Ham, A G Remson, c P
Calhoun, Canty H luckie, P-A Reynold, Hugh
Camel, Frank Henluger. S P Allison
Campbell. Jas E H os? 1er. Wm R'chardson, Jae
Campson,Henry Hibbard, Lam K.cbardson,
Cartel, T B bert Henry
Carroll, Pettel Hlnners, Hen- RichardsoD.Cuf
Cahn, Chas reich fey
Campa, Antonip Howard, Samuel Rlchwood, B F
Cannon.Ciayton H oates. Wm M P Riley's Livery
Christopher A Hogan, James Stable
Alexander ' Hncherson,Hen- Ronght, Wm G
Chambers,PP ry Robinson, ?as J
Chichester, W J Muston, ED M
(col) . Jackson, s F Robinson, Jno
Churchill. Jno Jackson,Samuel Rolgee, Ed
Clorion. H H Jackabsen, Hen- wa d B
Comtr i-, Hon J nmg Roberts, A P
Cornier, Jamesr Jacob A Tamer Rosier, shed
Connor, James Jones, Jon rick
P-(2) Johnson, John Raffle, C
Costello, Jno Johnson,-Jno M Sawyer, J W
Cohen, G Johnson, Abra Sampson, James
Creamer, F ham Schmlut,W Rob
Crawiord, Ssm lohnson, Pani h ert
J>eCosta,samuel Joseph, Elias Schmidt, Wm
Daily, Peter Kennedy, J D Sch refer, Fed
Dewetse, Cros- Keuutdy, Ed- erich
sins ward Schroder. W M
Denny, Thoma- Kiniaw, Cisor Schutte, PNB
S Knapp. WH Scbuliz, Henry
Douglas, J Lauster. Jas C Seaborn, E rle
Doyle, fa. riet Lamer. Jas C B
Donaldson, Jas LaBruce, J W Shields, Kate
Doty, 'thomas Legare. Joseph Singletoe, Thos
Wm Levlngsten, -lmon, chas
Drew, Edwerd Louis Slaitey, James F
DuRose, Dr W S ?.i tie, Geo N Smalls, Renty
Dunn, chas Loyd, Hon J W Smith, Peter
Dunn, E M-utden, Ste- Stioub, J J
Dunn, Jno phau Steadman, Sam
Dunmore, (Pat- Macbetn, RS? uel (2)
nek .? Mack beth, H Su nmg, Fritz
Divau, Michael nagiady A Son, stelu. chas WU
Easou, Jno M C Hum
Jtagie. W H /Marshall. Jno H Thomas, WU
Euwards, James Marun, James liam M
L Mauran. Jno R Townsend, An
Edward.Johnn. Mahn, Carl thouy
Ed wai ds, Jno ?lergi aves,Rlch Troer, Mr S
Edwards, Jake ard. Volmer. Mr
Fal*. J C Malngln, Ned Claus
Ftahen, Michael Mare, Jackey You Harton,
Fern Carlo Middleton, Wal- Gerhardt
Fegen, Hugh ton Yon Hollen, Jno
Ferguson, u- Miles. Pelter L Wager, Joseph
jiiiK, w.in MlBhaw, Wm WMllace, Wii
2 ickiing, Pi ince ..Mitchell, George liam M
. Morns. Menai ii Weimer, JD
Fields, Joseph u.-rris, R J Weat on, Wil
Ford, James E Motte, Renj Pam
Fos'er. JasG Mow e. Jackey Welch, Patrick
Freach&Son.GRiMunor, Manuel Whale j, Joseph
French, G W Murray, Roben Whaley, William
Fuller, ti A j i E
?ausden Peter M< ree, ri ?Wnittock.Henry
SKh'SSS: My eis, Eren I Williams, Patts
?aughau.vyalterlMcCa.tby. DD ?Williams, Thos
Oei.aca.MA McKvoy, Nicho-jWilliams, GM
GBj?ou, Wot ?ils 'Williams Erz
Gelii-jon, Jno MiGour.sb, Mi- z.st
Gibson, Abra- thael Wilhams, Alex
", m _ , McGreen, james ander
Glaser, Seig- ?iic.Mutius, M ww. A B
?2i,n *ifrn,. ^cNnniy, Pat Wmuhelm. F E
?? w n ? .C. r'"k ' Whipple. ? C W
O'.idon, AL Nansen. Louis Wigger. II
Orom.r gU )_ ?Young. U J
N?vw Yoi lt Naval Store? Market.
From tue Journal of Commerce, Muy J: in snir
jts taipei ni m-tue marke, has become very quiet
Mo-t of the ?nu l-.ts have been bought up. ana arti
pretty well ton cnn rated. Bids weie47c for round
lots, not the holders were not willing to sell lor
Jess limn 48c. Smad sales'have bten made to the
local trade from outside hands to the extent or M
barrels at 4: >,a48c. Resins are duo. Tnerelsa
very Ugh ii.quuy for stiained irom shippers at
precent. sud no sales'of importance have been
made. $-2 4o ls-askeii for cargo lots. Small lots
are reported offering ai $23i4a$2 35. There toa
moderate busmen in the best grades from the
home -rade at we?k prices, sfles embrace 1M
R S &t?X ^ !*? *5 We 1"oie No. J
nt S-oCaS. 05 No. 1. S.ta$i: pule ?4 ?5a<5 s-.
es tr? ,.a u at $oa7 so. Ta, * duit" offeTet?I ai tJ sui
icr Washington, aaa $2 ? for Wltoiatfon.
PHILAIELPHIA-Per steamship Fall River-is:?
Miles cotton, 25 tea rice. 21* bales yarn, 17 bales
rags, G88 bois naval stores, and 157 packages veg?
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE OIIAKLBSTON NEWS. 1
FRIDAY EVENING, May ?. ?s?l. i
COTTON-This staple was in steady and well
sustained demand, prices maintaining a lull and
firm character with increased stiffness In high
grades. Sales about seo bales, viz: 8 at io??', 6 at
ll, 2 at HM, 6 at ilk, io at ll T?, li at 12,27 at
12?, 8 at 12?; 193 at 13, 8 at 13'-.', 50 at 13?, 15 at
13?, 20 st 13?, 209 at 14,15 at 14?, 78 at 14?, 1 at
14?, 6 extra staple at 15?c, 21 on private terms.
Ordinary to good ordinary.H?<&13?
stries middling.. :.14?@14?
Rios.-This grain ls held.firmly. Sales-near 200
tierces Q* clean Carolina, say 100 tit ree* at 8?,
96at8?q "BJ. We quote common to.fair at
6@8?, good S?@8?c. .
NAVAL STORES.-The market was' quie t and
without sales of note.
FREIGHTS. -To Liverpaol, by Bteam ?ire-t,
nominal on uplands ; via New York, ?d
on uplaudi ; ld on sea islands ; by sai.,
?d on uplands, ?d on sea island?. To
aavre aominal. Coastwise-;0 .New Fork.
?y steam, ?c oa uplands and ?c oa sta
island?; $1 25"* tierce.on ncc:by sail.?o'? ?0:
:otton;-? tierce on rice: 402 ia barrel ca resin ;
$:@5 -a oa ?umber; $P<?,10 ? M on timber.' lt.
8o3ioD, by sail, ?c ? lb ca upland cotton.
To Providence, by sail $s "ft M oa boards, Nc
$ IB ca cotton; by steam fl V bale on Nett
rork rates. To philadelphia, by steam, ?c *? lb
on uplands; by s??l. S7 "r M on beards; $9 on
timber: ?" V tou on clay, and J3(?3 io on phot
pni-tcs. To Baltimore, by steam, ?c fi ht by
?.i,, ;t; 63@7 ft M on bcaivis; $s<?3 2? *? toa ti
?h:s.riha'e rock. Vessels are m demand ^bji
mr mft!c'uani3 to take lumber ?rcig?ij?L^ *
Seorget?wh, s. C.. Dar:en-;:u<r "SarVla R>t?r?
ind Jacksonville, Fia., to Northern pons^and
?u y M are fae rates QU iumber end boards.
izciiar-TiR.-Sterner 60 tfaj 'oils 21?.
JC.?H;'";C; EICIIAK?B."- The :-anks purc-iia-e
light checks ar.?ctrto par. and sell at ?pr->
."lurlttts by TcUgraph.
MONEY "I AK IC KT.
LONDON, May c-Neoa.-I'o.isols .98?. 1-loud:,
NEW YORK, May b-Neon.-Freights .-ready.
Stocks dull and bteuiiy. Gove.mnieiits stead'
aun dull. State bonds null and stead*. Monej
easy at 5 percent. Gobi s-.eady at ll. Excluuge,
long If); ?shortloaf.
Evcun g.-Money easymi 3u4 per.cem. National
bank not?s sa.able at ?a? discount, .-t?ri:ns
teady at 10. bott l]j;ull?. Covenmceis
steady. Soniherus steady, tvnuessr-es advaHcnl
a trifle un second ca 1. Tenui revs GT?; nea- 0:?.
Virginia- C>?; new 72. Louisiana* o7; new r-2?
Levees TO; eigb s Si. Ala'it-aias 102; lives 70.
Georgas 80: sevens 8S. Non li Carolinas 47; new
2 . j-uuih Carolina* ll; new LO?. Freights firm?
er: co? ion by sail ?d. '
Nhw VKLEAN'S, Kay 5.-l ank ster.ing 22?.
Sight ? premium. Gold ll?.
LIVERro"L, May 5-Nom.-Cotton opene<ldn)l:
uplauds ??u7?d; uileans 7,'?a7*?d; sales lo.oou
bah'.-; sales of the week' Sti.oou; expon 17,000:
speculation ll.ooO: stock 9.<-l,oc0; American 6U7.
Ouo; receipts 109.WJO: American yt.tco; actual ex?
port 13,00V. Conon atloat 400,000 bales; Ameri?
can .JSo.OOO Mancm sier market, dull.
Evening.-Cotton quiet and steady; uplands 7<.i
a7?d. 0<leans 7?a7>vi; suits 12.sJ0b bules; expui t
and speculation uuuu.
NEW YORK, May 5-Noon.-Cotton is steady;
middling uplands lS,'c'c; Orleans l?jic; salea Juo?
EveniiLT.-Cotton lirra; saWis 4187 bales, at 16?c.
BOSTON, May 5.-Cotton qui 1 and Urra; mid
diing 15Jral?>ic; gross receipts 106 bales; salts
450; KOOS 14,000; net receipts of the week 778:
gross 412?-. exports tu Great Britain 23 bales; sales
ol the week 2200.
PROVIDENCE, May 0.-Cotton rcctipts of week
BALTIMORE, May 5.-Cotton in good d-raand:
higher grades middling I4?c; net receipts 105
bales; gross receipts HO; exports tu Contiueut 50;
coast-wist 135; sales 2935; stoek 4555: net receipts
ot the week 580; gross receipts 8075; exports tu
Continent 50; coastwise835; sales ol the week 4960.
CITY POINT, Muy 6.-Cotton, net receipts of the
week 642 bales.
NORFOLK, May 3.-Cotton steady; offerings
light; low middlings 13?c; net receipts 4-4 bales;
exports coastwise nu; sales 60; stock 2249; uet
receipts of the week 2608; exports coastwise 36J9;
sales or the week 360.
WILMINGTON, May 5.- Cotton quiet; middlings
13?c; net receipts 49 bale.?; sales io; stock 2339;
net receipts ol the week 6 'b; exports coastwise 85;
sales ol tbc week 110.
AcousTa, May 5.-Cotton market closed quiet
but firm, at 13?c lor Liverpool middlings; sales
300 bait's; receipts 209.
SAVANNAH, May 5.-Cotton steady and in good
demand; middlings 14c*; net receipts 607 bales;
exports ta Great Britain 354U; to the continent
2802; coastwise 401; sales I75u; stock 40,217; net re?
ceipts ol thc week 64s0; exports 10 Great Britain
3596; to the continent 5112; coastwise 2223; sales
of the week 5000..
MOBILE, May 5.-Co'ton very-arm; middlings
14?c; net receipts 592 bales; gross 697; exports
coastwise 2015; sales I800; stock 35,747; net xe
c?Ua? of.the week 3229; grogs ns*!; export* to
Great Britain 7718; contiueut 350; cja-twuse 239C;
salen of tlie week 7200.
Nsw O&LBANTS, May 6.-Cotton active, with full
prices; midnlings I4?al4?; net receipts 4449
bales; groJs4?36; exports coastwise 5; sates 6400;
stock 168,679; net receipts or toe week 19,433;
gross 20.510; exports to Greut Britain 10,544; to
Havre 5575; to Cronstadt 6700; tn Bremen 2648;
to Barcelona ?00; to Malaga 502; to Vera Cruz 037;
ooftetwts? 1488: sales of the week 28,000.
CALVESTON, May 5.-Cotton steady ; good or?
dinary 12?; net receipts 134? bales; exports
coastwise 0*0 sales .JO; stock on band 58,54$;
net receipts of the week 7344; exports to Greut
Britain 261S; coastwise 2733; sa.es of the week
PBCTIBT0NS AND PRODUCE MARKETS. *
LONDON, May 5-Neon-Tallow 43s 6d.
NBWYOBK, May 5- NOOU-Flour a shade firm?
er, wtrea:. Ia2 cents better. Corn 1 ceuts better.
.Pork dull at $1725. Lar quiet. Turpentine firm
at 53c. Rosin Heady at $2 35 for strained.
LIVERPOOL, May 5-Noon.-Red winte? wheat
11s lOd. Corn 33s 3d. Pork 67s Od.
Evening.-Flour, Southern firmer and in fair
demand; common to fair extra, S6 T5a7 25, good
1 to choice $7 50a9. Whiskey heavy at 9lc. ? heat
opened iii nier, but closed dull, dealers desiring to
realize tiller figures; winter red, and amber west?
ern Si 53ni co. Corn closed easier at 80aSl*<c.
Advanced reighjs checked the grain market.
Pork lower at $17al7 25. Lard uuchunged. Navals
I and tallow steady.
BALTIMORE, May 6.-Flour dull, an* market
favors nubers. Wheat steady auti uaeliauued,
except for Western and medium, winch are quoted
at $1 coal 63. Corn-wiute Southon, no re?
ceipts; yi low Southern quiet at 75c. Mess pork
dull at Sis. Bacon Uini: shou.ders Sc: nb sides
10c; clear rib 10?c; hams I6al7c. Lard quiet at
12C. Whiskey scarce at 9la93?c.
CINCINNATI, May 5.-Flour advancing, with a
fair demand; family S6 26a0 50. Corn firm, wiih
a lair demand ai 57a58c. Provisibua dull, boloers
being unwilling to concede, with little dode.
Whiskey cull ut 8Sc. .
ST. Louts. May 5.-Flour firm; superfine wlnt
ter $5 40a.'< 50. Corn active; mixed sacked 57a?8c.
Whiskey SS?e. B igging unchanged. Pork $17 50.
Bacon-mon: doing, shoulders 7 tu 7?c. Clear
sides 1 c. Keg lard 12c.
WILMINGTON, May 4.-TURI-ENT1SE.-IU this
artltio we have no:?nug new 10 report stu?e our
last. Arrival* have been very licht, wiih a mod??
rate inqu:ry .for distillers' porpo-cs, nod all
brought, to market lias round sale at ?u 29 for vii
gm. S3 for yellow dip. ai.d $2 -or hard, ^ 280 its
-closing, however, ra'her quiet at quotation lor
Tiraln. The receipts have been meagre, reacliini;
for the week only j:;9 bbis.
SPIIUTS TURI ENTINE.-Dunn:?, th" e.r!?r>r part
of thc week just eudt-d th- market fm- th s article
ruh d without change in price, und pare?la, when
offered, were taken ar 43 cen: -. Ou kVcdncaduy,
however, it opened wiih inure druitiew, au? the
price adva: ced tully ;: cms, CK <u:g willi sales at
46 cents. To-day (Thursday) the inarki t ls rather
unsettled, the advices from oioail being more
favorable, and the tendency is to ah advance lu
puce. Receipts ar? very ilglr. and theie is no
stock on maikc t. u ni the small uuautitv iii fac?
tors! ''and.- :s ?ind h ghcr.
KosiN.-At lin- nine of cloiine our review on
Thursday last we reported rallier a dui) market
tor this ai tirio, wi: li a tendency, to decline iu ali
grades, since th n;.r,ces have cone down aoout
10 cents 011 the lower, and 5^ to 7.'. emits on Hie
liner qualities, at which the market generally bas
ruled quiet but steady. 1 hough buyers ar,- operat?
ing lk htiy. Kcceip'sare tueusrc of all grades,
ant there is < nly a -mail siock ?a ra.-.ors* hands,
the "bulk of which r-ernn of new crop.
TAR.-Thc market ruled without chance up to
Tuesday, win n ther^was a decline ol j.co ceuts,
amt closes ut $1 oj per b 1, wita ouly a .nodeiate
demaud. Rrcetpui ha-.-e tuen meaprc for the
week, reaching only 457 bbis, with sales as [OT.
lows : 239 bbl? ut $1 co, ns do at il U. an,: icc do
at fl s<j per bbl.
New York Rice IKarket.
From tho Dully Bull' tin. Ma*- 3 . T?c -"O k to
day ls fair 'or. the season, bat :.\e girral mark?
appears to be pretty well under the control or the
trade, and prices rule, pretty firm on all grades.
Buyers can find alair assortment in small lots,
and are disposed to operate about to tue extent of
immediate necessities, but no further. Sales or
40 tlerceB Carolina at 8&a9Kc ana 275 bags Ran?
goon at 7a7J?C.
From the Journal of Commerce : There ls not
very much business doing, out the market is
strong. There ls demand enongb, but hardly any
Btock offering. 50 tierces Carolina sold at8^a9>ic:
and 200 bags Rangoon, duty paid, at 7a7\ic, cur?
The New York Hay Market.
From the Daily Bulletin. May 3: Receipts to-day
1800 bales. The market ls heavy; salts 385 bules
for Havana at $1 io, loo Brunswick, Ga., at $110;
42 for Tarboro', N. c., at $U0, and 80 for New?
born at $1 io. Retail weak at $115al 40. Straw,
continues scarce and wanted, .sales 50 bales for
Providenceat si 00. Oats $1 00al P?; short $1 20a
130, Wheat 70a80c. . .
' Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, May 4_sales of cotton yesterday 140
bales ; middling 13 cents.
t HARLOT! E, May 3.-Sales to day 61 bales at
I2^ai3ceji't8. Marget quie,t.
CqUT/MBOa. May 3i--14iddling8 ' quiet at 13c;
sales 270 bales; receipts. 87 bales: shipments, 78
MONTGOMERY. May 3.-Cotton market quiet a*
IScfor 1 w middlings
SELMA, May 3,-rTiiere were salcsTes'-erday to
the amount of 125 bale9; middling He; low mid?
dlings IZHC and strict go: d ordinary at 12,'ic.
Market tirio and unchanged.
Receipts ?y rtailroau. May 5.
SfrCTlI QAKOLUii K.14LECAW.
596 bales cotton. 94 ISales domestics. 44 bbls
naval stores, 230 bbls aud Ito sicks flour, 100 cask"
I clay, io cars lumber, wood, stock. Ac. To Rail
I road A-jen rr Goo" H Waller A OP, W-,C GoafC&cj
A-coy Pelzen, T-?df ers ft co, Wardlaw * Garew
W C Dukes A co. K C Sharp. Smith & Chapeau,
Frost A Adger, Johnston. Crews A co, Caldwell ?
Sou, W;B Smith & co, A B Mulligan, WtaC Bee A
co, G W.Walliams & co, Trenholm A . Son, W W
Smi'h.'J N Robson, Mowry A Son, J Adger A co
Reeder & Davis. JOH Claussen, Wagenef A Mon
sees, M Trlest, Steflens. Werner ft Ducker.
48 bales upland cotton, 356 bbls naval sioreB
cars wood aud lumber, rough rice, mdse, Ac
To J R Pringle A Son. T P Smith, T Frost, Frost i
Adger, A J Salinas, Trculu !m A hon, W K Ryan
Matiouee A Kelti, reizer. Rodgers & < o, O W wll
Hams ft co, Jqo Marshall, Jr, Kinsman A Howell
Barden A Parker, H Bischoff ft.co, JU)?? Ebaueti, 1
Wcbmann, .S -D stmiey.?"Sbacicrrnra A Kaili, (
I.elbcnrood, B O'Neill, E Welling, and Ruilroat
PT Per steamer City Point, from Palatka. via Jack
sjHVille, vkereaniiina and Savannah-12ft excur
.-lon pasitHTgens. j
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
Mrs Pringle, Miss Pringle. Mrs A M Parker, chili
and nmsv, .Mrs R.I Middleton, Jr. child and nurte
Mrs A T Porter and calldV MISH Read, B U Wilsou
C S Park J B Haccden. K C Macmurdo, .1 E Fa^
ris, I) L Pringle. A G Trenholm, wife, child am
tim se. Miss KM Hazzard, Mtssu R Trenholm, J
Kills, Miss K Glover, Miss L Hume, Capt Foster
Miss Gibt 3,'anfl 8 deck. "*
Per steamer Pilot Roy. from Beaufort, Faciti
Landing and Chlsolm's Lantlinsr. .vc-Mrs M I
l.opex ami servan t. s J Connelly. J F Quarry, !
??K-sel!, ll W Crouch, W p Holmes, mid 0 deck.
-Itf-?j ?S C
.'i'.AHLHSTON. S. C.:T...:MAT;?, 1871
Lut 30 deg 4u mm C3 sec. | Lon 7t> deg 07 miu 27 sec
Steamship Sea GuU, Dutton, Baltimore-lei
2d mst. Mdse. To Mordecai ft co, P C Tren
h'-!in, S C Railroad Ag. nt N E Railroad Agenr. (
:.. vvieters, Kavenel, Holm, s ,t co, c Claous. j i
Brown, 1J Krabe. R O'Neill, Jiai?U'uc>A co. Teliae
,t Leerier, il Gerdts A co, J J B. F-L O'Nei 1 E I
Stelling, ri?m.th-" tHjt'(iu9enj& Jllecke, stenlious
.v- co, R ll -iilcElha?;. iv McBlnJib. W B smiiu i
cc ll Co' in .v co, il BtilwloltC ft co. w Marshall
E Bedford, W H Heriot. Krlcte & Chapman
Howie. Moise ft D.tvis. and others.
Sehr Ann s Deas, Garbattl, West I'oint Mi;L 2
tierces nee To J R Pringle .v Son.
Steamer City Toiut, Vincent. FalttKa, \ ia JacK
son ville Fernandina and savannah. 4 bag
sea Island mid 3 balts upland cotton, and sun
dries. To Ravenel ft co W c Rec A co.
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, s C. 7
tierces rice, rads- n<> sundries. To ShackelfoTi
?"-Kelry, c>K Nen* i EG?OSOD, W s Benning, J
T Porter, Mrs J tl Smith, L D Desaus-mro, W Mai
ihlessen, Pringle A Son. J F Taylor ft co, Mrs T (
SI ii kier, W c Rec .v. co, F E Fraser, Fraser ft Dill
Steamer Pilot Roy, Sly, Beaufort and Pacill
Landing. Sundries. To J D Aiken, W M Lawtoi
A Sons,'McLoy A Rice, G J Thompson.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 90 tierces ri?
To W 0 Rte ft co.
*. ' CLEARED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Fall River, Hinckley, Philadelphia
W A Courtenay.
Steamship Fall River. Hinckley, Philadelphia.
British brig Normanby, Otis. Savannah.
Sehr Ocean Traveller, Adams. Philadelphia.
Sehr J S Detwller Grace, Fall River.
Sehr Chas comery, Plnkhain, Baltimore,
sehr E A'Hooper, Hooper, Hucksvllle, SC.
Steamer City Point, Vincent, Palatka, via Jack
sonvlLe. Fernandina and Savannah.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, New York, si!
May, A M.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New Tork
Sehr Ella M Pennell, Mitchell, at Baltimore, ls
NEW Youie. May 0.-Arrived, thc steamship Br?
[ men. Arrived out, the Belle.
SAVANNAH, May fi.-cleared, ship Alber; Ed
ward, Queenstown bark Colorado, Cardiff; sch
Rhodeila Blew, Philadelphia.
LIST OF VESSELS
Cr. CLEARED AUD SAILED VOR THIS rC'KT
. F O R E I Q N .
Br ship Island Home McLellan, up.April i
Br bark Vinco, Robson, up.April 1
Norwegian bark Lugent, Neilsen, sailed....Jan 2
Brig G S Berry, Burnley, cleared...*.. ..April 1
P_iT^R S ? Hf ? Oft Jf.
ON TUESDAY. MAY OTU, AT 0 O'CLOCi
NEW IRON ST1?AM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1S7C,
STATE-ROOMS 'ALL ON DECK.
The Spleudid S>w Iron Side Wheel Steamshit
SOCTII CAROLINA. Beckett, Commander, wil
san ror New York on TrEsuAY, May 9th, at si;
o'clock P M., from Pier No. ?, Cinflu, Wharves.
The line aew Iron Steamship -GEORGIA twli
fodowoa Tt'esw.Y.16 frMay. .
Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton ti
Liverpool, Rostou, Providence and the New Eng
lund Manufacturing Towns, at tue lowest mar
Insurance ny Steamers or this UDC g per cent
For Freight Engagements or Passage, baviui
very t:nc state-room accommodations, apply ti
WAGNER, HUGER ft CO.. No. 2ti Broad street, o
:o WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 TJniou Wharves,.
OK N ? W Y ?) l? K
OX.DtLl.VK VfctV YOJtK \XD CHARLES
ESTABLISHED 1 8 J i.
SPACIO'JSAN^ !U.L'G ANT DECK STATE-ROOM.
ir-. " .
ruc very fast and snlcndhl Side-Wheel steam
ships of tins Line wiB sall ?'rom Adgt-r'a Soull
Whan OK fiiUows :
CHAMPION, SATCROAT. May 6ih, nt 6 o'clocl
JAMES ADGER, SATCRPAY! May 131 ll, at 2 o'clocl
CHAMPION, SATDKDAY. May 20th. at 6 o'clocl
JAMF:S AOC"R, SATCKDAY, May 27ih, at 12 o'clocl
?"i-Iusuran' e K percent. l?y this Line,
aar Through Riiisoi Lading given on Cotton ti
Liverpool, liosion. Providence and the New Eng
?and manaf.tcturiitg towns at the lowest marke
For Freight or Passage ejlimgements, appiv ti
m ay] JA Mts ADGEK A ci'.
The Al Iron Clipper Ship REMINGTON,
John F. Fowler, Mastes, wants 600 bales cot
ton to complete cargo. Apply to
may3 HENRY CARD
.JP?OR FORT SUMTER, BATTERY WAG?
NER, FOET MOULTRIE, AND ALL OTHER
INTERESTING POINTS AROUND THE
The Yacht KLKANOR will leave Southern
Wharf every dr,y at 10 o'clock, Morning,.
and half-past 3 o'clock every Afternoon.
For arrangements, apply to Captain THOMAS
YOUNG, on board. aprl3
._ pipping. ^_
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one of their first-class, fui! .power
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIERNo. 46N. R" EVERY. WEDNESDAY,
MANHATTAN, Capt FORSYTH....May- 6,at 3PM
COLOR ADO, Capt. T. W. FRBBMAN.May 10, at 10 A M
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS. ... May 17, at 3PM
NEVADA, Capt. GREEN.May24, at 9AM
NEBRASKA, Capt. GUARD.May 27, at ll AM
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS & GUION,
No. 65 Wall street, N. Y.
N. E. nie Steamships plying between Charles?
ton and New York, of the Line's represented re?
spectively by Messrs. JAMES ADC KR A CO.,
Agents, and by Messrs. WAGNER, HUGER 4 CO.
and W. A. COURTENAY, Agents, make close
connections with the Steamships or the WIL?
LIAMS ie GUION Line. Mny6
jgXCURSiON TO . SAVANNAH.
.FARE FOR ROUND TRIP, $2.
MEALS AND BERTH EXTRA. .
, The Sp-cndid Steamships C1TV POINT
'.and DIC'ATOR .will make EXCUK
' >IONS TO HAVANNAH, as per below acuc?me,
giving visitors an opportunity to spend a day, or
more if desired, at savannah:
LEAVE CHARLESTON FOR SAVANNAH.
Steamer. CITY POINT, FitinXY "NIGHT, April
28th. at 9 o'clock.
Steamer DICTATOR, TUESDAY NIGHT. May 2d, at
Steamer C TY rn I NT, WEDNESDAY NicnT, May
3d. at 9 o'clock.
Steamer CU V POINT, FRIDAY NIGHT, May 5th, a;
LEAVE SAVANNAH -FOI. CHARLESTON.
Steamer DICTATOR, SATUKOAY AIOBNING, April
29tb. at 7 o'clock.
Steamer CITY POINT. TUESDAY MORNING, May
2d, at 7 o'clock.
Steamer CITY POINT, THURSDAY AFTERNON. May
4th, nt 4 o'clock.
Steamer DICTATOR, SATURDAY MORNING, May
stn, at 7 o'clock.
RAVENEL A QO"
O It BALTIMORE
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
PIULA DELPHI A, BOSTON,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
Tho -One Steamship "SEA GULL," Dutton,
Commander, will sail ror Baltiumrc ou TUESDAY,
9th May, at 10 o'clock A. M.
a?- I'hihideipma Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance, and Coitsipncos are allowed am?
ple Mine to sample and sell their Cruds from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRE.vnOLM. ApcnT.
may2-7 No. 2 Ci:ion Wnarype.
BEAUFORT AND .PACIFIC
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain _ ^rr*1*'^
J. W. My, will leave everv 'i ?irits-^^?s^tSS?
PAY ilOKNiNo. at 8 o'clock, as above. KeLumiHg,
will leave Beaufort FRIDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
mantl J. D. AIKEN, Ageut.
JpOR NORTH EDISTO, BEAUFORT AND
The Steamer PILOT BOY. Oaptain " ^IFT^y
. w. sly, will leave Central w?i;;rf??????^3?,
for the above points every MOND?T MOBNINU. ar f
o'clock, and, returning, will leave Beaufort every
TUESDAY, at 3 o'clock A. M, and Edi-to at 3 P. M.
mar2l . J. I). A1KKN. Agent.
^rE?KL? LINE TO SA V ANN Ab.
THROUGH EY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LAND LNG, BEAUFORT. BTLTOJ
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DARIEN AND
? . BRUNSWICK, GA.
The favorite steamer
E LIZA HANCOX,
Captain L. W. BntNS,
will receive Freight at Accommoda-- r ^jc5^*>,,
lion wharl tor abeve poium everys?2??^?,
TUESDAY, and leave every WEDNESDAY MORNING,
at 7,o'clock, artlvlng at savannah same evening,
and leaving for' Darice. Ac, on the following
Returning; will leave Savannah for Charleston
every MONDAY MORNING:, nt 7 o'clock.
Fur Freight or passage, aj?ply to
RAVEN KL. HOLMES A CO.,
mai 6 No. III Kans ita v.
JgXCURSION TO THE PHOSPHATE
WORKS ON THE ASHLEY RIVER.
Thc elegant Steamer ELIZA HAN- ? ^T*8"* *?
Cox, Captain h. W. -Burns, wi;i,aa??a5C
leave Accomm; dation Wiiarf on TUESDAYAIOKN
INO. May 9th, at io o'clock, ana rciurii to thc
city at 5 P. M.
Refreshments on board. Fare $i:
A good opportunity will he iwlordid to visit the
various points of interest ou the River.
Oil GEORGETOWN, S. G.
To accnin.aodate Delegates to:Me_ "tj'^w,
Conveutlou to be held hereon 1 "pniiiTkiSSLi
lltluusTanr. the Steamer EMILIE, Capiain o. c.
Wliivc, will leave here1 as above on MONDAY
NIGHT, the 8th Instant, at 9 o'clock. Returning,
U-ave Geursctown on WEDNESDAY MORNING, the
loth instant, at 8 o'clock. This ly ll'u of her
rotular inp next week.
For engugetncniH applv on board ur to
S?ACKELFORI) A K LLY.
May3_No 1 Boyce's Wharf.
JgX.URSION TO ST. AUGUSTINE AND
THE ST. JOHNOS ?IVER, FLORIDA.
Ti.e splendid .and fast Steamer ^ ?rfT^'it.
DICTATOR, Captain L. M Coxettc rTTViijEriai
will leave Charleston, TUESDAY. May lom, tu ..alf
past 8 P. M.. on an Excursion to Fioritla, arr.viug
at. Savannah cany on WEDNESDAY, and remain?
ing lhere until aficrm on, ail Tiling ample time to
visit Buenaventura and oilier points of inlere-t.
Leaving at 3 o'clock P. M., will arrive at st.. Au?
gustine THURSDAY MORNING, where u most agree?
able day may be spent inspecting Hie ancient
Spanish Fortress, the Cathedral.*aud other r-llcs
o? the ilrst settlement on tue couihu-nt, lo sal lng
on the Bay ?.r visit lue the orange Grove? or tim
neighborhood. Leaving st. Augustine, on FRIDAY
MOKNIXO, he Dictator will pass un thc St. Julio's
to faun ka, by daulgiit, .uipjlingni all.poiiitsof
Inten si, tuns aflording a rare oppm luntty or see?
ing, to ;iie ue>t advantage, the mest beautiful of
Retuning wm loavc Jacksonrille SATURDAY,
remanoin.i the same ?uterino::, arriving ai Sa?
vannah SUNDAY MORNING 'au I charleston SUN?
Fare n.uinl : rip, fis.
No extra charge for Meals ?.: ?.;?:?.! cms.
mayl-M . RAVENKL & CO.. Agents.
TWICE A w i:;'.-:
FOB? SAVANNAH. FKKKAN'MNA, JACKSON
CILLE. I'lLATKA ANll.lLL POINTS 03
THE ST. JOHN'S BiVEK.
Tiic Steamer DICTATOR, Captais _ --rr^?^.
L. M. COXETTER, wal situ from ^?:^;gy_
>outlieru Wharf ror above points cvory 11t.-..-.*
EVL'NINO.at S.30o'clock, arriving back at Charier
ton every SATI ROA Y .-M-TEKNOON. at- i> o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT. Captain D. 8. Vu.cent,
will sall from Southern Wliurf for above pomi
every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8.30o'clock, arriving
iwck at. Charleston WECIKESDAY AFTERNOON, ai .-.
RAVENEL A- CO.. Agents, .
oct 10 Souihera wharL
Situ <&rotei?s, &t.
TEA WAI* EHOXJ^E.
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER i
PURE LEAF LARD - . ^
PRIME FACT0r.7. AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, v?
BISCUITS, &C, cbc.
S. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND l??SI EXTENSIVE ASSLu':Ol
FAM?LY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
! E. E. BEDFORD, I
I SCCCBS80K TO
CHOICE I I BRANDIES, ff IK E S
1 WILLIAM S. CORWIN & . CO., f
F A" M I L Y i ... AND VERY CLD
J No. 275 KING STREET.
\ OPPOSITE BASEL. J
WHOLESALE ATV1> RETAIL DEALER
Fine Teas. ^Coffees, Sugars Provisions, Spices. &C
HERMETICALLY SEALED FIIC1TS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, dbe. *
A'.: articles sold iron: this Cctabllshrcent are of the VERY REST QUALITY anil WARRANTED
Goods Jelivered to all parts of the dry, Railroad depots. Steamboat?, .'ree of expense.
EVERT ?.. REDFORD.? SEND FOR A I JAS. S. MARTIN.
.;EO. H. GRABER. ? . CATAJ.OCUE. ?WM. G. MOOD. JR
OLD C A HOLT S A iii T T ? li v
FOR SALE BY
E.?. REDFORD, Kingatveet,
C. D. AHRENS ?t CO., King stroel
B. FELDMANN ? CO., King street.
0. MO ME I KP.,
And by Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
11 E S T I M O N 1 A L
-. ... BBS2
Read a few of the Testimon?ala in regard to the
EFFICACY of that STERLING MEDICINE,
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
.Weir certificates from thc many in our poises
?ion from persons who haye tested :he
ULD CAROLINA BITTERS:
FROM TUE POSTMASTER AT TUMBLING
SH'ALS, s.e. '
TCMBLIXU SHOALS. S. C.. April 0. 1ST0.
Messrs. GOODRICH. WISEMAN A Co., Charleston,
Gentlemen-This is to inform yon thar abour a
^ear ?go 1 was in delicate health, worn our wi-h
(?ul age and hard work, weighing one aundrea
and twenty-live pounds; upon rennest i com?
menced using the OLD CAROLINA HITTERS Al
ter using hine bottles, i felt as wed and 'vigorous
as tinny rears, ?lao-went to work and mad-.
money. 1 weighed, alter using tho above, one
hundred and seventy-two pounds, l have since
been strong and bale. Accept, gentlemen, rn;
thanks, and success say 1 io thc OLD CAROLINA
(Signed) RANSOM PHILLIPS, P. M..
Tumbling sti'.jis, s. c.
FROM ANDREW CHAMBERS, 1RWISTON. GA.
IRWINTOK. GA., September -?'o, latin.
Messrs. GC?ODRICU. WISEMAN A CO.:
Gentlemen-Wnen in your city, two week? ago.
vour Dr. Service gave mc a bottle ol your cele?
brated CAROLINA BITTERS, which I brough!,
home for my ranier, whose-healUi was very feeble.
After using it ha was so well pleased wp h It -
t?flectH,.that- he considers them almost indispensa?
ble. Please Und enclosed sixteen, (Sis.) the price
of two cases: direct them W. J. Chambers A Son.
No. ld, C. H. R. Yours, very respectfully,
(Signed) ANDREW CHAMBERS.
ANOTHER VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
FORT VALLEY. GA., September 15,1869.
Messrs. Goorindi, WISEMAN & Co., Charleston:
Geutlemen-I take great pleasure In Informing
yon thatrav wife has experienced great foencflt
from the usc of the OLH CAROLINA RITTERS
lt is certainly a good medicine, and I wonldt .
pleased if you would .send me another dozen im
mediately. Respectfully, sc.,
(Signed) JNO. A. HOUSER.
' Sold by all Druggists in Charleston. Thc trad:
GOODRICH. WIN EM AN ft CC,
Principal Depot. NO. a Hayne street.
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE
OLD CA HO LI.VA Jil TTE KS.
H. BISCHOFF & CO.,
H. KLATTE & CO.,
J. A. Q?ACKENB?SH,
WAGENSR & MONSEES,
MANTO UK A CO.
rJHE GOLD MEDAL SEWING MACHINE
DOUBLE LOCK ELASTIC STITCH.
This is the most simple and reliable Two Thread
Sewing Machine in ihe world. It sews direc:
rrom two threads, anil is $15 less ihnnany other
flrst-chiBs Sewing Machine. Samples can be seeu
at No. 165 M BETING STREET, opposite Chartes
ton Hotel sole Agent for the State. Sub-agents
wanted through the Slate. Address W. s. BIS
SELL, Churl? sion. Al?o agun s for Home Shuttle
Hand Machine. $25. aprl-tuthsemos
WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCli
are the ber* m u>e.
For sale ou tne Lease Pian, with monthly pay
m eu ts. on o:\sy terms-, or for cash. All kim:', w
Machine attachments. Needles, Ccuou. (wiiirc
nlack and colored,) Silk. Oil, soup. Ac, AV.
Repairing us usus!. Circulars and samples a
work sew on application.
.0. ?I. HASELTON, ?
Gentle: "ta.er Pi First ?.'ia-s Sewing .na
chines ana Malena:. No. no; King stree:,
angl" iJhar?est?in. s. c.
XC EL S I O R
H A I
I C ,
No DYE !
insures Ueailhy ami Vigorous Growth. War?
ranted not to contaiu LEAD, Sulphur, or any
other injurions liras?.
The Excelsior Hair Tobie will keep the head
cdenr of Dandi mi, prevent the falling out ol' tht
Hair, an? give u a >oi: und If a Uti ful glosa.
lt lu not injurious to thc health oi the user, nor
is lt greasy and filthy lilt? many of the prepara?
tions ai present offered as Hair Renewers.
Manufactured by Dit. H. BA EE,
Wholesale and i etail Druggist.
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
Price ptr boule 5o cents.
N. B.-Ail the preparations manufactured by
DK. H. BAKU ure In accordance with formulas'
given by distinguished Pnysiciani. und have been
subjected to long and careiui trial. They are no
secret remedies, and he ls at all times prepared to
submit these formulas tn members of tue profes?
sion, or others demriug such information.
A FULL ASSORTMENT just receive-i by
UK. ll. KAKK,
Julys No 131 Meeting street.
Slachiucrrj, *?aetm.js> &z. ?
JjVS T A B L I S ll E-b 18 4 4.
P H O X I X IRON 'WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR Jc CO..
iSuccessors io Cameron & Co.,)
ENGINEERS, BOILER-MAKERS, Ac, <J:C.
Cc mer East. Bay anil Pritchard streets, near the
CHARLESTON. S. a
MANUFACTURE li S OF
STEAM ENGINES iiND BOILERS,
M orine, Stationary and P?rtame.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERT
Shafting. Pulleys and Gearing
Iron Fronts for liuildiugs
Castines of every kind in Iron or Brass
Forgings o: every description.
?.osr K unran lee to furnish EDgines and Boiler?
oras good quality an I power, and at as low ratea,
as cnn he ?ad In New York, Baltimore or Phil?
. . AGENTS FOR
j JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND STOP
VALVES, wiikii are put on ali Engines made at
tar llepal'8 promptly attended to.
CD pli CH I.
jjyrONKY' CANNOT BU Y IT i
F OR S ! G UT IS P R 1 C K L K S S 1 I
TV DIAMOND ci.ASs KS. manufactured by J.E.
sPEXCKK a CO.. New York, which are now ottered
to ihe.r.ui- :.-. are pronounced i>yai! the celebra'ed
Opliciai.r ul the world io be the most Perfect, Na?
tural .\r: dela) ? eip to the human eye ever Known;
Tliey arc gmund owler their own supervision.
fruni 'minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
am! th rive their name. .Diamond." on account
Of their I:::rdr.ess and brilliancy.
Die >< lentitic principle on wnich they are con?
structed ?-rii?irs the core or centre of Hie lens di?
rectly m fr.-iir ur the i-yo. producing clear and
distinct* vision, a? ni the natura!, healthy sight,
and preventing nil un pleasant sensations, sucli as
uiiiumcrhig and wavering cu' sight, dizziness. Ac,
peculiar to all others lu use.
Tiiey arc mounted iu the finest manner, In
fi..mes of ino best quality, of all materials usett
fur timi pnrp^se. Tueir llnish and du blhty can?
not be surpassed.
C*i riii.\.-None genome unless bearing their
trade man: stamped on every frame.
Healer in '-Va!dies. Jewelry.
Sterling Sil vi nra i emu! upi ?cal Goods,
No. COT tiing street,
ci-tut'iivr . Charleston.8.0.
DfclATH TO RATS,
BOXES DOUBLE THE SLZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED A>'D
Sold a?. Wholesale by
DOWIES, MOISE & DAVIS,
And at retal by all Druggiste. lebl-6mo
Q?UTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, April 28, 1871.
SCHEDULE OF THE SCH?TZENPLATZ TRAIN,
COMMENCING MAY 1ST AND CONIINC
LNG FIVE DAYS.
Leave Ann street at. 8.30 A. M.
Leave Ann street at.ll.oo A. M.
Leave Ann street at.l.oo P. M.
Leave Ann street at...'. 2.00 P. M.
.Leave Ann street at.-.. 3.20 P. M.
Leave Ann street at.4.30 P. M.
Leave Ann street at. 6.00 P. M.
RETURNING. . .
Leave Schutzenplatz at.. 9.00 A. M.
Leave Schutzenplatz at.11.20 A. M.
Leave Schutzenplatz at.1.20 P. M.
Leave Schutzenplatz at.2.20 P. M.
Leave Schutzenplatz at.3.40 P. M.
Leave Schutzenplatz at.4.60 P. M.
Leave Schutzenplatz at.6.30 P. M.
On the last night, the Train will leaye Line
street at 8.30 P. M, and returning leave Schut?
zenplatz ano P. M.
Tickets must be purchased before getting on
the train. They can be had at 0. LITSCHGl'S,
East Bay; P. VON f-AN TEN, King street; MEL?
CHER* A MULLER, King street; G. H. LIND
STE OX'S, corner King and Calhoun streets; 0.
PIEPPER'S, corner King and Spring streets, and
at the RAILROAD.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
3. B. PICKENS, G. T. A. ?_apr29-e
jgXCURSION TO SAVANNAH.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD, 1
CHARLESTON, S. ?>., April 25, 1871. j
For the week commencing SUNDAY, April 30,
and ending -ATUBDA.T, May C, 1871. Excursion
Tickets will be sold to aud from Savannah at
ONE DOLLAR EACH WAY.
No extra expense nor chartres for berths, Ao.
Tickets good until May. 8,1871.
Train B leave Charleston dally at.8.30 A. M.
Trains leave Savannah dally at.11.15 A. M.
Trains arrive at Savannah daily at.... 3 P.M.
Trains arrive at Charleston daily at_5.20 P. M.
For Extra Trains; to accommodate larguai
ties at other hours, apply to Agent.
(Signed) C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. C. BOYLSTON, General Ticket Agent.
NORTHEASTERN* RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, g. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains leave Charleston Daily at 12 M. and
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3:30 P. M.
Tialu doee not leave Charleston 6:30 P. M., SON
Train leaving at 12 M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acquia
Creek only, going through in .42 hour?, wrrnooT
DETENTION ON SUNDAYS.
Passengers leaving by 0:30 P. M. Train have
eli mee of route, via ..Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. These leaving
uti DAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal?
timore. These leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY In Wilmington, N. C.
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
rome to Cincinnati, ' Onlcago and1 other pointe
West and Northwest, bom Trama making close
connections-a* Washington with Western trains
ol Baltimore a nd .) li lo Railroad.
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLKAPOR, General Ticket Ageat.
?J O li TH-'OAROLIN A RA 1TL R Lt Ai'.
VICE-PRESIDENT'S OFFICE. 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 18,1671. j
On and after SUNDAY, January 22. the Passen?
ger irmmi.ou nc su:::.. rjjua Railroad will
: ? OH AUOU3TA. \
?eave Ciiariesroa.12.50 P. M.
arrive at Augusta.'. 8.15 P. M.
. FOR COLUMBIA.
Leave Cnarieston.$.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia..?- u.4u p. M.
.. ... ...... j-OB CHABLESTON.
Ccave Augusta.... ".. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.... 5.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.12.15 P. M.
Arrrlve at Charleston.... 7.50P. M.
AUGUSTA- triOTlT KSrHliSS.
heave Charleston. 8.30 P. M.
Arrive a^Atigusta. 7.UL M.
Leave Augusta..,.".v.. 5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.,. 5.40 A. M.
. .COLUMBIA KHinT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston. 7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia._e.oo A. M.
heave columbia. 7.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.. C.45?. M.
Uetivc Charleston...'!....'-3:-.' 4.30 P. M.
Arrive at summerville..6.00 p. M.
Leave Summerville. 7.00 A. M.
Arrive RT charleston.8.15 A. M.
Leave Camden. 6.00 A M.
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A M.
Leave Columbia.,. 1.26 P.M.
Arrive at Camden....-. 6.00P. M.
Day and Night Trains make-close connection ?
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad ami Central
Night Train connecte-with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects dally with Day Passen?
jaul? A L. TYLER. vice-President.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLTONJIAIL
PASSENGER TRAINS cm this Road run dally ?*?
Leave Charleston.8.S0A. M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M.
Leave Savanuah.11.15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.20 P. M. .
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic & Ga ir
Railroad for, Jaoksoavlfle, St. Augustine, and au
points in Florida.
Wan central RaUroad 'or Macon. Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats for points on the savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern aod South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and West.
Th rough Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels
in Charleston; Screven House, Savannah: arid-all
principal Ticket cmces North and South.
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Pala tko. AC.
Tarin" as low as by any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN.
oct? Engineer and Superintendent.
?Drngs, (cT?jcmicals, &t.
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood
ROS AD ALIS,, a sure cure for
ROSAD ALIS, endorsed by
ROSADA LIS, a potent remedy
ROSAD ALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSADALIS, the best Altera?
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, or Baltimore.
Dr. T. c. PUGH, ol Baltimore.
Dr. TAUS. J. BOY KIN. of Baltimore.
Dr. A. DURGAN. of Turbcwo', N. C.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS; of NiCholasyile, Ky.
Dr. A. !.". WHEELER, o? lama. Ohio.
Dr. W. UOLLOWAi. of Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. McJARTUA, of South Carolina
sad uiauy mners. See ROSADALIS ? LMAXAC
endors-d hy Rev. BARNEY BALL, now o? Mary?
land (ttnfereuc< formerly Chapina ia rho Con?
fed?rate Ai my of Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acts at
one and the same time upon tm; li LOO U, LIVER,
KIDNEYS aud all the SECRETOR! ORGANS, ex?
pelling all impure matter and building up the
system to a healthy, vigorous condition.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS, j wholesale
GOODRICH. WISEMAN & CO.. J Agents in
Dr. H. BAEK, ) Charleston,