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COMBLEE GULL SEWS. *?
NEW YORK-Per steamship South Carolina-666
bales cottou. 91 bales yarn, 68 bales rope and pa?
per, 142 tierces rice. 164 bbla naval stores, 50 box?
es bacon, 1003 Obis pot atoes, 610 boxes vegetables,
72 pkgs sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-200 bales
npla- d cotton, 265 tierces rice. 45 bales domestics,
97 bbls rosin, 130 pfcg3 md?e, 5 bales hides. 400
bbls new potatoes, t.7 crates beans, encumbers,
squashes ami tomatoes.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
.rKFlCK GHAKLESTI)N NBWS. 1
TUESDAY EVEKING, May o, 1571. (
COTTON.-There was a steady but moderate in?
quiry prevailing, prices being generally well
maintained, with business somewhat restricted
by the light supply or the article on the market.
Sales about eec bales, say 7 at 7, 4 at 10, 23 at lox.
2 at lix. 78 at u%, 37 at 12, 14 at 12 x. 31 at 12X.
12 at 13,14 at 13X 4fi at 13X, io at 13X, 21 at 14,
180 at 14>4, ll at 14 X. 44 at 14X, and l extra
staple at 15;-4'c ""pi lb. We quote: .
ordinary to.good ordinary.HX@13X
bow middling.14 &
KiCB.-This grain was he'd firmly, with but lit?
tle en the market. Sales about 39 tierces of clean
Carolina, or which 29 tierces were Inferior rice
at 7%c, and 8 fair at 8)?c lilt. We qnotc com?
mon to fair at 8@8Xc; good 8X@3Xc fi rfc. I
NAVAL STORES.-There was some inquiry ror
common rosins, but no sales were reported.
yRSiQHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct,
nominal on uplands ; via New York, Xd |
on uplands.; ld on sea islands; by sat!, I
Xd on upland?, Xd on Bea island?. To J
Dav: e uominal. coastwise-to New York,
uy steam, xe on uplands and xe on sta
islands; $125 "fl tierce on nee; by sail. Kc "alt OL
cotton ; - v tierce on rice: 40c ** barrel on roam ;
$7&S $ M on lumber; $B@io ft M on timber. T;
Boston, by sall, Xe "ft it on upland cotton.
To Providence, by sail $3 fi M on board3, sc
fl it on cotton; by steam si ft bale on New
Yoik rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, )ic fl tt>
on uplands; by sail, $7 ft M on boards; $9 on
timber; ?3 fi ton on clay, and $3@3 50- cn phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, Xe > fc> by
Ba:.', se 50@7 fl M on boards; $3@3 25 fl ton c:
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to rake lumber freights rrcm
Georgetown, S. C., Di.rien and Sat?la River, Ga.
and Jacksonville, Fia., to Northern pons, and $10
@i- ft M are the rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling co day bUis 2lx@21X
DOMESTIC EXCHANOB. - The banks purchase
sight checks at X oil to par, and sell at -pre?
Markets H>y Telegraph.
LONDON, May 9-Noon.-Consols 93%. Bonds
Nsw YORK, May 9-Noon.-Stocks steady and
quiet. Governments strong and steady. State
bonds dull and steady; Tenuessees very strong.
Money easy at 5 percent. Gold steady at lix.
Exchange, long lox; short lox. Freights nrm.
Evening.-Money 4a5, with e.xcep lons ranging
at 3a-. Exchange very strong; sixty days 10X
Commercial bills very scarce. Gold ti.'.aii
Governments ?rm. Southerns, except Tennes?
sees, nommai. Tenuessees 68X", new 68X;
Virginias 6sX; new 71X- Louisianas69; newee;
levees 77; eights 84. Alabamas io. ; fives 70. Geor
?ias 84; sevens 89X. North Carolinas 4?X; new 25.
outh Carolinas 71; new 60X- Freiguts ilrmer.
LIVERPOOL, May 9-Noon.-Cotton quiet and
steady; uplands 7Xa"Xd; Orleans 7Xa7%a; sales
Evening.-Cotton quiet and steady; uplands
7xa7Xd; Orleans 7%a7Xd; sales 10.000 balts;
speculation and export sooo. Manchester less
NET* YORE, May 9-Noon.-Cotton quiet and
Bteady; uplands 15Xc; Orleans 16Xc; sales,2000
Evening.-Cotton quiet; sales 3674 bales at
BOSTON, May 9.-Cotton dull; middlings 15xa
15Xc; net receipts 126 bales; sales 500; stock
BALTIMORE, May 9.-Cotton steady; middlings
i4xaii&e; gross receipts 236 bales; sales 4CO;
NORFOLK, May 9.-Cotton quiet: low middlings
i3s,ai3Hc: net receipts 155 ba.es; exports coast?
wise 123; Btook 2446.
WILMINGTON, May? 9.-Cotton quiet; middlings
14Xc; net receipts 35 bales; exports coastwise
419; c tock 2039.
SAVANNAH, May 9.-Cotton active and lu de?
mand, with light offerings; middlings l4Xc; net
receipts loo? bales; ext ons to thecontlneut 924;
Billes 300; Stock 34,402.
AUGUSTA, May 9.-Cotton market quiet bnt
steady at 13%al3Xcror middlings; sales255 bales;
receipts -??0. .
Mor'LE, May 9.-Cotton market bare; mid
dlmgs 14Xc; net receipts 117 bales; exports to
Great Biitaia 1704, continent 36; sales leo; stock
NEW ORLEANS, May 9.-Cotton firmer; middlings
14>",i?i5c; net receipts 4217 bales; gross 4312; ex?
ports to Great Britain 1770; coastwise 1693; sales
5300; stock 158.822.
GALVESTON, May 9.-Cotton quiet; good ordinary
12Xc; net receipts 988 bales; exports to Ci ea:
Britain 13.0; sales 120J; stock 58,770.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, May 9 - Noon.-Cumberland cut
NEW YORK, May 9-Neon -Flour dull and un
ehangtd. Wheat quiet vim ont decided change
Corn lc bet'er. Poi k steady at $l7 5oal7 75. Lard
firm. Turpentine unsettled at 52u50. Rosin quiet
at $2 32Xa2 35 for strained.
Eveniug.-Southam flour quiet. Whiskey a
shade firmer at 9iXc. Wheat closetT less Arm
winter red and amber Western $l 5Sal 60. Corn
firmer at 78a79c Pork steady. Lard dun ; Reit e
il xe. Turpentine unsettled at 52a56c. Rosin
quiet. Tallow 8Xf.9o.
BALTIMORE, May 9.-Flour active and unchang?
ed. Wheat Arm; choice white $1 90. Corn, while
Southern dull at 77c, jellow qu et at 75a76c. Pork
unchanged. Bacon lower; shoulders 7XaSc, rib
sides 9&al0c, dear rib ??xalOXc; hain* 10
17C Whiskey weak at B2XC.
LOUISVILLE, May 9.-Flour quiet and steady;
family extra $C 25a6 50. Corn, shelled C2xc. Fro
vioions firmer aud unchanged. Whiskey steady
CINCINNATI, May 9.-Fleur in good demand.
Corn steady ai 57c Pork, demand light, holdere
firm at $17 37Xal7 50. Lard buoyant and unset?
tled; ile asked. Bacon buoyant, unsettled and
m fair demand; shoulders 7c: side* Uuuxc. held
Xe higher. Whiskey steady at tie.
WILMINGTON, May 8.-SPIRITS TURPENTINE.
Sales or 80 cvi3kiat.44c per gallon ror Southern
ROSIN.-- ales cr 1200 bbls at $175 ror strained.
$1 85 for No. 2, $2 25a3 for No. 1, ?4a5 lor pale and
$6 50 lor window glass.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales or 159 bbls at $4 25
for virgin, $3 05 for y t-llow dip and $2 for hard.
TAR.-Sales of 75 bbls at ii C5 per bbl. -
COTTON.-Sales 01 21 eales as '->ilows : 2 at 12, 3
at 13, io at 13X. and 6 at i3Xc pei lb.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBUS, May 6.-Market dull, except for
better grades, which ar? scarce; middlings 131
13xe: sales 53 bales; receipts 30 bales.
SELMA, May 7 .-There were sales yesterdav to
the amount of 25 bales; middling 14; low mid?
dlings Strict good ordinary 12li; offerings
Sew York Dice .Harket.
From the Daily Bulletin, of Mondav, Mav S
The market retains a Arm, uniform tone on ali
grade?, and the demand ls fair. Domesi.c is par?
ticularly weil .held, bat the high cost now Keeps
the movement within th-- compass ot the wants
of taney g roc?is, mostly in the large cities. Sal' a
O?30 tt-aCaioilii:i at SX?9.Xc* Foreign bas bf ea
In better demand at lormtr rates. Soles of mo
bags Patna at 7Xa7Xe. 500 bags Rangoon at 7a
7Xe, currency, duty paid, and loou bags Kan
goou at 3Xc, gold, rt bond.
Sew York Maral Stores Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, May 8: Receipts to-day
28 bbls. rosins. The market for spirits is unset
tied; 25 bbls. New?ork sold ai Gie; 57 is bid, and
5Pc asked for Southern. ROMES are ia fair de
mr.nd and firm ?it 33a2 4u fur strained; 110 bbls.
pale sold at *6 e:.
New York Huy Market.
Tiom the Daily Bultetiu, MUT !>:. Receipts to dav
1710 bales. The demand M nur. but prices are nut
sternly. S iles aie 125 bales iur Havana, and 50
bales ror Key West at, $1 ?; al-to loo bales fur
WllmuigtOJ at $1 05. ?:etaiils quiet, -al-s at
$1 lSalSS. i l vei isquici. Straw is firmer: q uited
at $1 65 ?'or long rye.
tc*i sipu. uy tlaiuroau. Muy y.
SOUTn . SA KOL ? KA rtAILKOAU
534 bales cotton, 59 bales goods, so pkgs bacon
loo kegs beer. Ac. To Railroad Ajrent, Pelaer,
Rodgers A co, Ernst & Adger. Ceo E Walter A co,
A B Mulligan. R C Sharp, Wiss A co, Wm C P.ee A
co, W B Smith A co. Moan & s-elgnious. Johnston.
Crews .V- co, J Adgor A co, G A fredholm A Son,
J B P Alley, M Tiiest. Macqueen A I!lecke, Cobla
?* co, Ravenei, Holmee A co, L Deitz.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
125 bbls naval stores. lCSsacks guano, mdse, Ac.
To L McLali'. B Keldmann A co Capt A M'Lowry,
M -Sra m. KDC Kracke, B B fclmmcns, Karden A
barker, OBS P. ice.
Per steamship South Carolina, Tor New York
Mr and Mrs Klema, THimes. Mrs Randall, Master
Schlepegrell. W Ganly, Mrs and Miss Henry, Mrs
Wagner, Miss Randall, Mr and Mrs Miles, Mr and
Mrs Stoners. F W Haw ey, J craig, A P McIntyre,
Mr and Mrs J S Gibbs, Jr, Capt Starkey. R A Sher?
wood, J Haefcii, Mrs A McBride, C G Allen, A Mar?
cus, J Goldstone, LVandewatcr, P Matson, K H
Ma?zle. E Bolles, J Boykin. E Murphy. Miss Dunn,
Miss Tweedv, J Doogan, Mrs J Gordan. Miss K M
Gordan, Miss M M Gordan, Mr and Mrs O M Gor?
dan, Mrs Carpenter, J Healy, Mrs and Mis Ahrans
and family, and others In steerage
Per stcamstilp sea Cnn. for Baltimore-Mrs J
W Delano. Mrs Whites, Mr Barnwell, and 2 in the
Per steamship James Auger, from New York
W P Chancer. J T Harrison, wife and daughter, J
A Foster, w" F Brittain, A Salcedo. Geo L I hump
son. Miss Smith, M Emanuel, J E Beattie. Miss H
Zaretski, Mrs J Senn, S Candy, w B Calrce, Wm
Wilkins. E Pugh, Miss O'Mara, F W Waldo, and 3
on deck. . _ .
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Eeamort. Pacinc
Lauding and ChisOim's Landine, Ac-Mrs D B
Vincent, Jr. child and servant, Mrs R Hogan. Mrs
Varden. W Wilson, R S Sams, G Holmes. Major J
Jenkins, R H Pierson. J Wbaley, J W Seabrook, J
P Ravecel, Miss L A Seabruok, E Ravenel, and 10
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka. via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-G Brayton.
C M Boone, A C Nlvan, J B Dibble, G W Dibble, E
Madsen, E Bodes, J H McKeggle. Mls3 Johnston,
G A Richmond, Mrs Ruegles. Miss F Richmond.
Miss M E Richmond, Miss M Richmond. Mi-s N F
Gardner, Miss S Parsons, Miss Lillie Parsons, J C
Michaels, J. Nichols.
POUT CA L [?y I) A.P.
KOOK S rnASBS.
Full Moon, 4th, 5hours, 40 minutes, evenmj:.
Last Quarter, nth. 9 hours, e minutes, morning.
New Moon. 19th. 5 hour. 25 mis?tes, morning.
First Quarter, i7ih. 7 hours. 42 minutes, morning.
1?C0S 1 niGH
E. * g.;vrAT5i:
ll..18 - 10..25
morn. | ll..22?
12..13 I 12..^3
1..40 ! 2..29
2..45 I 4..25
CHARLESTON. S. C.MAY 8. 1871.
Lat 32 deg 46 min 33 sec. | Lon 79 deg 07 nun 27 sec.
Steamship James Ad?er, Lockwood. New York
-l??rt >aturd;;y. Mese. To Jas Adger ft co, J E
Adger ft co. J D Aiken, C D Ahrens, Sontheim Ex?
press co, M A it A Ashton, J Apple, J Archer, A H
Abrahams A Sons, T M Bristoll ft co, W J Bennett,
E E Bediord, wm M Bi d ft co. Bayer ft Ki*e6se)!.
Jr, J Bland), E Bates ft co. Dr ll Buer, H Bischof!
ft co, A Brookbank?, B Boyd. C Bart ft co, Chas
Bcrbusse, J A Bremer, T M Cater, J Cosgrove, Jno
Commins, WH Chaiee A co, H Cobla ft co, Geo S
Cook, c A Chlsolm, Jas M Carson, L Cohen ft co.
Crane, Bovlston ft co. Cameron, Barkley ft co. p
Darcy, J ll Devereux, McD Cohen, E R Cowper
thwalt. Howie, Moise ft Davis", M Drake,ll A Due. E
Daly, .1 ffDuval ft Son, Daas Uro-, Ellas Bros. D F
Fleming ft co, Forsythe, Mccomb ft ci\ Eurchgotr,
Benedict 4 co, F James, J'H Graver ft co, U Oe dts
ft co, D Goldstern, Gotreveuler Bros, P L '.tuide
mln. Goednch, Wineman ft ea, E H Grlrake, Wm
Gurney, J Hurkamp ft co. K A Hunr.-Uolmer, Cal?
der ft co. J Heesemau ft Bro. Harbesun ?t co. Hait
ft co, J tv Harrisson, Uo.mes's Book House, s B
Hubbard. 1 Hyman ft co, M'*i E Haas, Jose Jars,
Jeffords ft co. C H Johnston, Johnston, crews ft
co, Klinck, Wickenberg ft co. Kriete ft Chapman,
W Knobeloch, C Kerrison. G Ko st er, T Ke'iy, C A
Lengnltig. Laurey ft A exander, J H Lawton ft co.
C Lilien thal ft co. J H Lopez, C LitSCbgi, A R Lc
with, CLibenrod, Geo Lit'ie ft co. Macaneen A
Rlecke, McLoy ft Rice. Mc:i!:e ft Muller, John ti
Mlluorft co, W A Mertens,"s R Mai shall, J Mad?
sen, J PUcrkhardt pMcGuire, A Nimitz, LNeu
meyer, B K Neufvide, D O'Neill. Osteudotrr ft co.
J F O'Neill. J C Obermann. J w Oldenb?ttel, C P
Poppenheim. D P.iiil ft co. C F Pankninr, J Parker,
J A Quackenbush. Ravenel ft co, X Ritter. Raven -
el. ll?lmes ft co, J R Read, s C Ra lr. nd co. Sel; ft
Foster, L Schnell, Wm Shepherd ft co. Stetfens,
Werner ft Ducker. Stoll, Webb ft co, W B Suntu ft
co, E B stoddard ft co. T Scott, Sbaekelford ft
Keliy, A R Stillman, Steele ft Warded,Tiedeniau.
Cajiler ft co, M Trie-t. Tietjen ft Luden..A Tiefen,
thal, Terry ft S?len, W J Trim, W Unerhardt, J il
Volltrs, t) F ?\ieieis L Weiskoptf, "L Wagner, P
Walsh. Walker. Evans ft co. G vv Williams ft co.
J Wirth. S H Wilson ft Bro W If Welch. Geo ll
Walter ft co. W .1 Yates, and otiters. st h instant,
off Fry lue Pan Shoal, pass-d thc lightship adi id.
steeriug westward ; saw a large t hree masied ves?
sel ashore, with a steamer aud scUoonci anchored
Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbutt). West Point MUM. 90
tierces rice. To Wm C Bee .t co.
Steamer city Poiut, Vincent, Palatka. vta Jack
sonville. Fernandina auil Savannah. 250 pkgs
mdse To Ravenel ft co W M Bird ft co. G H In
graham 4 SOD, Bischoff ft v.o. E H Steiiit.g, Haas
Bros, Holmes, Ca.der 4 co, S Y Steamship io,
Steamer Pilot Boy. Sly, Beaufort and Pacific
Landing. Sundries. To J D Aiken. M Goldsmith
4 Son, M Trios1, Tiedeman. Cal ler ft co. Cameron.
Barkley ft ro. A Tiefenthal. C H Glrddej, J 0 il
Clanssen, W A Boyle. B C Adams.
Sehr Cynosure, Pinki:am, 'rom thc West Indies.
CLEARED VESTE RDAV.
Steamship South Carolina, Becket, New York
-Wagner, Huger ft co. VV A Courtenay.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore-Pau! 0
Trel'holm. . .
SAILED YESTE RDAY;
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore.
Steamship South Carolina. Beckett, New York.
SI ip Mi-s -uri, Fradburu. Liverpool,
bcl.r John Ferris, St Jehu. New York.
Sehr Wm U Sieele, Buck, Baltimore.'
-FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
British b;ig Normanby, C. is, Savannah, May 9.
CP FOR THIS PORT. * -
Bri'.lsh bark Kathleen, Les:er, at Westhartle
poui, Eng, May 5.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT. ?
Sehr Ella Frances, Bolger., a: New YorJ>, 0th
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
British bark Vinco, Robson, from Liverpool,
SAVANNAH, May 9.-Arrived, steamship San
Jacinto, New York; .-te.iui-.hip Tonawanda, Phil?
adelphia; and ship Prince Alfred, Cape de Verde.
Cleared, steamship Leo, New York;" barr. Elma,
Newport, Eng, .
The sehr Abbie Willard, tiuiliver, from George?
town. S C, for WiscastuAt, arrived at Porlaud, Mc.
The New York Herald, or Sunday, says: The
brnr Eliza- Uuater. (reported Anierici.nil rn>m
Charlenou tor London, foundered la lat ?, long
62 45. Crew- s;.ved by scar Eninta, bl Lrmenburg,
N S, and arrived at Antigua -0th ult. \ nie above
dispatch from Kmgstou, Ja. is ?seles-, as the all
Important part-tue name of the vu;S.I-IS incor?
LIST OF VESSELS
DP. CLEARED AND SA::.KI> VOR TE;? rem.
Br ship Island Home, McLellan, up.April 6
Br bark Vinco, Robson, sailed.April 25
Br bark Ka lileen. Cester, up..'....M.iy 5
Norwegen bark Lucent, Neilson, sailed_Jan 20
Brig G S Berry. Bradley, cleared...April 15
ST. JAG i HE COCA.
Span trig Carmen,-, cleared.April n
Sehr Conservative, Sterling, cleared.April 24
Sehr H C Sheppard, Clark. rleaieU.April 25
S;hr Lilly. Roches, cleared.April 2;
StthrL wei'.-*, Wells, up.April 20
S dir Ella Frances, Boiler, cleared.May 6
Sehr s L Rasseil, Smith, clear-J.April 2'?
Sehr Ida Richardson. Bedcii, ..April 2:
Sch.-A S Gaskin. Gasktll, up....April -J9
Brig Ellen Mapa. Hoxie, cleared.April 19
Sehr E M lVnneli. Mitchell. Oteaved.May 1
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, un.May 6
Sehr Lucy D-, Hall, cleaied.Apni 23
JpKENC.^ PATENT MEDICINES.
Prepared r-v ?rimaull ft co., Paris:
SYRUP OF UYPOPUOSPHATE OF :.::??,. ? SUV
erign remedy in phtnlsis>-relieve9, Conges.
Guaran?, .'or headache, neuralgia, ic
Pepsine, for Indigestion, ?O?S or r.ppetite, sc.
iodized Syrup of Horseradish, invaluable rc:
persona nuable to take Codliver Oil-especial)!
recommended :u cutaneous aife.tioiis, auJ as :.
most po wei fui depnrative.
Digestive Lozenges o? the .Mkallne Lactate?,>
pleasant and effective remedy for fsnstionaide
rangement oi tuc digestive organs.
Troches or Persine and Paucrea?De.
PURGATIF LE KOY. Pharmacie Cotta.
VOMITIF LE Roy, PharmacieCOtYmT
Dragees le Sautouive.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot's Asthma Cigarettes
For sale by p'r. H K -V- R
may30 No. 333 McetlnVsin -
R ?X? T IM OR?
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The fine Steamship FAL60N, Haynle, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore on TUESDAY. 16th
May, at hair-past 4 o'clock P. M.
KW Philadelphia Freights forwarded TO that,
city by railroad rrom P?altimore without addi
iiour.l insurance, and. consign?es are allowed am?
pie Mme to M?mple and sell their Goods from
rhe Railroad Depot m Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM. Agent,
maylO-6 No. 2 Union Wnarves.
J OR PHILADELPHIA
WEEKLY STEAM LINE-THURSDAYS-CON?
NECTING WITH FIRST-CLASS STEAM LINES
AT PHILADELPHIA FOR BOSTON AND
The Fast Iron Screw Sieameuip
' HUNTER, Commander,
Wil! be dispatched ror Philadelphia on ^-FiSflfe
FK:DAY. J:;n Mav, at ii o'clock ^iMrtfti
A. M.. rrom Brown's North Wharr.
.?.Through Bills Lading issued for Calton,
Rice and Rosin, Ac, to the New England Cities,
amt- Spirits Turpentine, as agreed.
?-The Steamers or this line will take Lumber
to Philadelphia on accommodating terms.
For Freight engagements apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY.
may8-mwthf4 No. l Union Wharf.
-^OR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARKTLNGTHE JOTTER SI AT BS M AIES.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
-f^fgTf? . STEAM.- COMPANY . "^fifr
win dispatoh one of iheir first-class, full rower
Iron Screw .Steamships from
PIER*NO. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
MANHATTAN, Capt. FORSYTH....May 6, at 3PM
COLORADO, Capt. T. W.FREEMAN.May 10, at 10 A M
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS. ...May 17, at 3 PM
NEVADA, Capt. GREEN.May 24, at 9AM
NEBRASKA, Capt. GUARD.May 27, at ll A M
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Ufflcc Nc. 23 Broadway; $30,
Fo: Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILL|AMS & GUION,
- Mo. 65,Wall stfeet. N. Y.
N. B. The Steamships plying between Charles?
ton and New York, of the Lines represented re?
spectively by Messrs. JAMES ADGER A CO.,
Agents, and by Messrs. WAGNER, HUGER A CO.
and W. A. 80URTENA?, Agents, make close
connections with thc Steamships of th.e WIL?
LIAMS A GUION Line. maye
jp O R N E Vf T O K-K,
OLD LINK ti EW YOKK AND CHAULES
ESTABLISHED 1 8 4 5.
.PACIOOSAND ELEGANT DECF. STATE-ROOMS
The very last, and splendid Side-Wheel Steam
ships of tills Line'will sall from Adger's South
Wharf as rullows : ,
JAMES ADGER^SATLRDAY, May 13th, ari o'ciock
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, May 20th, at 6 o'clock
JAM KS ADGER, SATURDAY, May 27th, at 12 o'clock
?-Insurance li per cent, by this Line.
?3- Through Ellis of Lading given ou Cotton lo
I Liverpool, Eoston, Tr. vldeuce and the New Eni:
'.md manufacturing towns ut the lowest mai ki?
Kor Freight or Passage encasements, nrplv:;
mayf_JAMES ADGER A CU.
jpACLFiC MAIL STEAMSHIP-COUPY't
THROUUn LINK TO
.ALIFOR?IA. CHINA AND JAPAN, i
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
bte&scets oca he Hboy&winejuave Pl
NO. 42; ftiPU? River.-f?oir-:or C^n_.".^?
Arcot. 1*>V YortH ft? re cSclofk ucou? fo( the tilth
.md CC-; li of every month -except when ihe*e
latos fall on Sunday, then the .saturday preced
mg. . .
All departure s connect ar. Panama witt steam?
ers for south ruado and central American norts.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San .Fran?
cisco first of every mont h.'except when It faUs on
Sunday ; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, ba'
yo direct from Now Tori: to Aspicwall.
( me hundred pounds bagiraae Iree to each adult
Medicine and attendance tree.
For Passage TrckY.is or other information appi
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFF1?B, on Hie
wharf "foo: or Cana; street. North -River, Nev.
York. F..R. BABY, Agent. '
JgXcUPiSION TO ST. AUGUSTINE AND
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER, FLORIDA. .
The splendid and rast Steamer " _fr,,J->^:
DICTATOR. Captain L. M Ooxelter.jgEjgBBE
wm leave Charleston, TUESDAY. May icm, ut uun
past s P. M.. on un Excursion to Florida, arriving
at savantiuh early on WEDNESDAY, and remain?
ing there until afternoon, affording ample time to
visit Buenaventura and other points of intcie-t.
Leaving at 3 o'clock P. M.. will arrive at St. Au?
gustine THURSDAY MORNING, where a most agree?
able day may be spent Inspcctlug the ancient
Spanish Fortress, rhe Cathedral, aud other relics
01 the first settlement un the continent, in sai lng
on the Bay or visiung the Orange Groves 01 the
neighborhood. Leaving St. Augustine, on FRIDAY
MORNING, the Dictator w;ll pass up the St. John's
toPalatka. by daylight, slopping at all points bf
Interest, thus anoidtng a rare oppoi tuuliy cf .see?
ing, to the best advantage, the most beautiful or
Returning will leave Jacksonville SATURDAY,
Fernandina the snine aiternoon, arriving ut sa?
vannah SUNDAY MORNING, and Charleston SUN?
Kare ror round trip, $18. .
Nu extra charge for Meals or Staterooms.
mayl-14 RAVtNKL A CO.. Agents.
"VITEEKL? LINE TO SAVANNAH.
TUROCGE BY DAYLIGHT.
OR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, HILTO>
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DA RI EN AND
The favorite steamer
? L 2 Z A II .V TV O O X ,
Cap*?UI L. '*.". 1?URN8,
will rece.vc Freighi u: Acccmtnoda- . r-v
ino wharf for itb-.-vt punts every?ssSBBK
TUESDAY, and leave every WEDNESDAY MOKNIXG,
at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah same evening ,
anti leaving for Danen, AC, on the following
Ri-turnlug, will leave Savannah ror Charleston
every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clocK.
For Freight or passr.ee. a.-piv lo ?.
RAVENED. MULMES A CO..
maj 0 s'o. is: E*? ?>..v.
BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain- _rr,*??,fc
J. W. .-ly. will leave every nvss-??SSS2
DAY MORNING, ai s 0 clock, as above. Keturuiug,
will'lcavu Beaufort FRIDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
mar21 J. D. AIKEN, Agent. '
?pOE NORTH EDISTC,'BEAUFORT AND
Tiie Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain _ ^-flT^'V
J. w. sly, will leave Central Wharf?B?rtSS?
lor the above points every MONDAY MORNI.SU. ai S
o'clock, and, returning, w;U leave Beaufort ?very .
TUESDAY, at 8 O'Clock A. M.. and Edisto at 3 P. M.
marji J. D. AIKEN, Agent. ' J
The Al Iron Clipper Ship REMINGTON, iS
John K. Fowler, Master, wants 600 hales cot-SH
ton to complete cai go. Apply to
may3 HENRY CARD
.Cf^gfgN THE UNION
ATLANTIC, DULUTH AND PACIFIC LINE.
One or the Splendid Steamers METr'OR, INDIA,
PACIFIC. COBURN. ATLANTIC, JAPAN, KBWEE
NAW, ARCTIC, CHINA and ST. PAUL, will leave
B?llalo dally (except Fridays and saturdays,) at
3 P. M., Erie the next mc ruing, Cleveland the
same night, and Detroit at 10 P. M.. daily, (ex?
cept Sundays ami Jlondavs.i lor DULUTH and in?
termediate LAKE SUPERIOR PORTS.
Conueetions are made at Duluth with the Lake
Superior and Mississippi Railroad, to Sr. Paul,
and all points In Minnesota, Northern Wisconsin
and Iowa. Also, with the Northern Pacific Rail?
road ?or the Red River Country.
Excursion Tickets, AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES,
w.ll bc iSiuefl bv air principal Railroads to St.
Paul by this rc ute, returnlDg via. all rall. Or by
Rail Boutes to St. Paul and Duluth, returning via
During the mnnths of June, July and August,
EXCURSION T-Rirs wil> be made via the North
Shore of Lake Super'or. visiting the Silver Mines,
For; Wjiliam, Grand Portage, ac.
Fer farther information, apply to ^
B. F. PATRICK,
General Passenger Aaent, Buffalo", N. Y.
E. T. EVANS. Manager A. D. and P. Line.
S. D. CALDWELL, General Manager U. S. Co.
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE. Pl LAT KA AND ALL POINTS ON
TUE ST. JOHN'S Kl VEIL
T?e Steamer DICTATOR, Captain *
L. ii. COXETTEK. will sail ironic _
Southern Wharf for above points every TUBBA*
EVENINO.O; S.30 o'clock, arriving bael: at Charles
ton every SATCBDAT AFTERNOON, at ? o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Captain D. E.Vincent,
will sail from Southern Wharf for above pointt
every FKJDAY EVKVISG, ax 8.30 o'clock, arriving
baos.1 Charleston WEdNESDAT AFTEBKOON, at *
RAVENEL A CO.. Agent?,
octlO Southern wharf.
ittachincrTj, Castings, &t.
J? ST A EL IS HE D 1 84*.
P Ii (E N I
. JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO..
;sv. .".-essors to Cameron A Co..)
ENGINEERS, BOILER-MAKERS, Ac., ?fcc.
.Joi ner East Bay and Pritchard streets,, near the
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MA XV P ACT?REBS ?K
STEAM ENGINES AND BO TL E R S.
RICE TURLSUERS AND MILLS Ur EVERY.
' '*" bLSCHIKH?N. ^' r.J " -
COTTON PRESSES. .
shafting, Pui:e>s'andCearin2 ;
Iron Fronts for buildings
Castings of every kind in ken Or Brm , .
For?i_?s of every description.
os* Guarantee to furnish Engines and Boilers
of as good quality and power, and a: as ?ow rates
a's cnn be had -irr New York,- Baltimore or Phil?
. - - AO?NT> SOM. ?
JUDSONS 'CELEU J?ATED Gb^ERNOtt AND STOP,
V.VLVES^wiUcliaicpct on ail EEi.-iues.niade ar
tii??e Work*! . ' .
aSf* Reid's promptly attended fe,
T^/f 6;?"3? CANNOT BUY IT :
F O R S-! .'' HT IS P IC E L BS S ! I
Hie BiAMOND GLASSES, ntnnnfnctured by J. E.
SP? NCEH ft CO.. New York, which are nowoflered
to che public arc prenourccd by all the celebrated
^ripliCiHiis oi thc woila tn be the most Perfect, Na
fla?SS Artiutial i ein u, \Ua liuman eye ever ano wa.
r They ai?; gryund iin ii-r their own supervision,
from minuit C:.v.-tal Pebbles, melted together,
ann der;v?..- tbelr name. "Diamond,''on account
Otjthelr li?rd:iess ami brilliancy.
' Tlidftlciitiiiu principle ou which the? are cou
stro.-i?rt unnsA the ?ore or centre or tile lens ii?.
act:/ ,ti ?ti ti nf tj:o pye, producing a clear and
(;;>: ;.:?; VIKPU. as in ;hc natural, healthy S-ght,
apu prr-TKntiHgrftll unpleasant sensaiions, such as*.
e::iiim nug and urarvrtng ot slghl, dizziness, Ac,
: trlliUi ! i ?ii rs ;?, i;-e,
f j'i.'.;, are mouiitCii in thc liiie-t manner, ir;
.:.'::..* ! lite I't-st onaiiiy i ?.:. materials used
ri-i-iiiiii par.) se. Tti;-:r Bunch ai I iir.raolJity.c-aa
; I-Iive:* ,i
.Ar?; - ?; i-e.if.^i: :>;elr
? rr:.-:;: c'tls.
C.: r : .--:-.ni .S_C.
J C 's 1' E c 11 v i D ,
CARB?LATS ur ..;;..-:,;..-} wai "ri-i'ilt-c'iint
<.nu u?-uruyer oi-Kat?. M ce? Bscs. Ct-ccrcacnea,
ft?. A small ?'3?!it" v&ere tsey ireoueLt
will ut "m e digi er- - ' ; -ir.
Pi-odietf-u's pp.ua?,.'.- Vugetat-'e Pam Ex.
A fri sn suppiv r.j y>:-i'.g'? Worm Confections
the rn-jst reliante ,r4 ase.
A:so. ,i tivsii M:I.;.?V ( ' Sf"AL OLEUM, "ne creal
rPElvdy lor L>!<.;.i-,.:",?u.
wiii-i*,.... r--a;.. tv
Dr. IL FA KR.
? 5c. 131 Meet JJ e s'.rcer, .
No. 291 KING STREET,
. COUVER OP WENTWORTH.
An extensive assortment cf
SPRING- AND SUMMER
made np for tte trade of this city, now offered at
LOW PRICES. In the stock will he found the
following styles of snits :
SCOTCH CHEVIOT MOP.S?XO AND DERBY
Frt?nch Batiste Morning-and Derby Snits
Silk Mixed Morning and Derby Suits
?Diagonal and Crape Coating Morning ana Derby
Blue and Black Flannel Morning and Derby Suits
Light Mixed Casslmere Morning am) Derby Snits.
mw m WE m.
SACKS, DERBY AND MORNING COAT. SUITS,
for ages of from 0 to 17 years.
A foil supply of ali kinds-UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, GLOVES, SCARFS, BOWS, A?, Of tho
STAB SHIMS AND COILAES
A FULL SUPPLY OF ALL QUALITIES.
Offers FRENCH, EXOLI>n AND AMERICAN
SUMME:l CLWTIIS, COATINGS, BATISTE, CHE?
VIOT AND FANCY CASSIXfEKES, of-select pat?
terns and shades, which will be made to order In
tlifc-bcst manner, at MODERATE PRICES.
B. W. McTU?EOUS. Superintendent.
S H IRTS.
O O X, J? I i s .
NECK WEAR. .
CANES AND UMBRELLAS.
OF THE ABOVE HOODS IN TEE
AND AT PRICES TO SUT?.
J. H. LAWTON ft GO.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC iiUIL?ES?.
fine m?tetits, &t.
BEDFORD'S (LATE CORWINS) GROCERY
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, -ind
BISCUITS, 4c, -*c
N. ?-1 CLAIM TO REEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT CF
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
IEL E. BEDFORD,
" " * . StCCKSSO? TO
CHOICE lERANDIES, WINES
W1L1JAM H. CORWIN A CO.,
FAMILY AND VERY OLD
No. 275 KING STREET, "w,,T
FLOUR. ' . . WHLSX1ES..
I ' OPPOSITE HASEL. j
WHOLESALE A.~NJL> RETAIL DEALER
is . y;'- , ' : JJ \
Fine Teas, Golfees, ?ugars Pi^visions, Spices, &q*
HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, S O U P S, <fcc.
Ail anieles sold from ibis establishment are o: the VERY BEST QUALITY ana WARRANTED
Goods iellvered to ail pins of the city, Railroad Depots, sfeamba?ts, free of expense.
EVERf E. BEDFORD. )
SEO. H. GRUBER. f
SEND FOR A
( JAS. S. MARTIN.
I WM, G. MOOD, JB.
o T; I ? . B "
THE "STAK" LOOT AND SHOE STORE j
OPENS THIS DAY,
NO. 442 KING STREET, EAST SIDE, BETWEEN
. HODSON AND JOH?,
?BELOW DR. LUHS'S DRUG STORE.)
Customers can depend upon our Goods b-?lng
Sold Cheap, as they are Bought for Cash, and our
motto ls . Qnlck Sales and small Profits.?
W. B. BtjRKE. W. ?. CHAPMAN A CO.
JgOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
Receiving .als. da7 per Steamships Georgia,
from New York, Pall River, irom Philadelphia,
resorted invoices of FINE BOOTS AND SHOES,
lu addition to the choice selectron alwayb in
>t nek 1 keen t li use CABI.-'? SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold cheap at EDWARD DALY'S,
mari-- ' No. 121 Meeting stre-jt.
7KT O' T I C-E! N 0,T !
By Fail River Steamship from Philadelphia tht
day l am receiving-a fresh suuplv ot' those Gent's
lland-Sewed Magic Flttlnc FRENCH CALF
BOOTS. With much time and labor, I have the
rmir22 No. 121 Meeting street.
rpo THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.^
Please Inform, the numerous readers of yom
paper that the AMERICAN GAITER. Patenteo, or
iheShoe of the Future, ls a ?-ucees?. To supply
the demands of Hie Trade, another Invoice to-lay
by Fall River, from Philadelphia.
Sold by EDWARD DALY,
mar22- No. lil Meeting street.
GABLE SCREW WIRI,
AS A FASTENING FORD EA VY
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hos proved superior to either Thread or F-egs.
For all the lighter gradea or work it ls equally ap?
plicable, ami Uta mo?t delicate ladles' Bilpper or
the finest pump-soled bool is more pliable, more
durable, and preserves its shape betier, if fastened
. These Popular Goods are sold by De&l
/r? iivcrywherx. aprlO-lmj.
jprcmium tana Sal?.
AIKEN PREMIUM LAND SALE.
$lco,cco to be Distributed io Shareholders.
FIVE DOLLARS will purchase a Share, Including a
Work or Ari worth FIVE DOLLARS.
The Derby Farm Property to bo-dlstrlbuted em?
braces the Largest Vineyard and Orchard in thc
UNEQUALLED CLIMATE I PRACEABLE COUS
' TIlYJ GENEROUS M?IL :
Thc pa'.tibru.iis und heallh-atving climate of
Aiken oas niven i: the name of '"Tue Saratoga of
$05,(00 In Premiums piesc-nttd to Shareholders.
$100,000 111 Real Estate and Greenback Prizei. to
be distributed to Shareholder!).
94 Real Estate Prize?, worth iroitf $300 to $25,000.
b-J2 Greenback Prizes, from $5 to $1000.
ONLY 19.000 MIARES WILL BE ISSUEO. j
ONE SHARE LN EVERY THIRTY-ONE Wi LL
DRAW A PRIZE.
This Real Estate Property, cunveyed by Deed of
Trust't-1 iheumilnltieu wno ure to conduct the
DRAWING, ts to be* rra'ififerretl by them to the
FORTUNATE SHAREHOLDERS aji soon as Hie re?
maining Sliarcs are suld.
The Drawing will take place according to the
TUE DAY OF THE DRAWING
win be announced by Telegram to thc Associated
A Sm ii Sum invested cow may secure a For?
Every Shareholder may rest lusnrred of equal
justice, ami that uila-Scheme, unlike many others,
is "FAIR, SQUARE AND HONEST."
Mmiey received after the Book? are closed wiil
be promptly returned. For full particulars, ?is
embraced in ie vised pamphlet., addi ess
J. C. DERBY, Ornera! Manager,
mays Key Uox No. Z'M, Augusta, Ga.
.iciair.g illa eli mes.
.WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOOK-STJTCI:
are thc tit<;. tn use.
For >aieon the Lease Plan, with monthly pey
r..euts, on eitsy terms, or (or cusa. Ah Umuc -.
sloe hine attachments. Needles, cotton, (watte
?'lack and colored.) silk, Oil, Sec.?, ac., AC.
Repairing as usuul. Circulara und sa*?iip:?s o
irurk :-tnt on application.
o. B. HASELTON,
Grn?ia: "caler :n First Claas Sewing a.t
chinea aaa Materai. No. 307 Iv'mc street,
augl7 . . Char?esiton. s. <t.
STJEyS POP !
DEATH TO RATS,
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold ar. Wholesale by
DO WIE. MOISE & DAVIS,
And at retail by all Druggists. febl-6mo
VICE-PRESIDENTS OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 18,1871. I
On and after SUNDAY,?January 22. me Passen?
ger Trama on T.ue sou:a. Luina Railroad w;ll
m; as follows: *
Leave Charleston.....12.50 P. M
arrive at Augusta... 8.15 P. M.
Leave Cnarleston..*..8.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia ....A..-.3.40 P. M.
. FOB CHABLESTON.
...eave Augusta.. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at. C?tarlestOn.3.20 P. M.
Leave Columbra_:.;.12.15 p. M.
ArrriVe at Charleston.7.50 P. M.
AUGUSTA moni tx m KS ?. '
Leave Charleston....-.;.8.30 P. M.
Arrive a? Augusta.7.0t^ Jd.
Leave Augusta.5.501-. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA HIGHT EXrR208.
.Leave Charleston.7.10 p. id.
Arrive at Columbia....e.oo A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.......e.45 A. M.
. . g?MMERVILLB THAW.
Leave Charleston.;....... A. 4.30 p. M.
Arrive at Summerville....'. e.oo P. M.
Leave Summerville..7.00 A. M.
Arrive a; Charleston.8.15 A. M.
Leave Camden.6.00 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia..........10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.25 P.M.
Arrive at Camden...... e.OO P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia' Railroad and Central
Night Train connects wjth Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connecta dally with Day Passen?
ger Trains. . ? , .
jamo- A. L. TYLER. Tlce-Presldent.
NORTHEASTERN RAJLEC?D COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains leave Charleston Dally a: IS M. and
P. M. :
Arrive at Charleston '7:30 A Mi (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3:30 P. M.
Train docs not leave Charleston 8:;i0P. M., SUN
DAT8. . .
Train leaving at 12 M. makes through connec?
tion to New ; York, vin Richmond and Acaula
Creek only, going through in 42 noms, WITBOUT
DETENTION ON SUNDAYS.
Passengers leaving by 6:30 P. IL' Train have
cholcool route, via Richmond :and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Rainmore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by'this Train lay over Oil Sc SDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATUKOAYremaln SUN?
DAY In WlliutogtonyN. C. .
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route tb Cincinnati, Chicago and other pointa
West and Northwest, both Trains' making close
conncctious at Washington with Western trains
or Baltimore ando kio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent
P; L CLEAPOR, -General Ticket Agent.
S~ AVANNAH AND CHARLESTON KATiV
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Read run daily as
Leave Charleston.8.30 A M.
Arrive at Savannah.-..3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston..:.5.20 P.M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlauttc A Qui!
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and ad
points in Florida,
Wita Central Railroad for Macon. Atlanta, Mo?
bile, Nev Orleans-and the West.
With Steamboats for points on the Savannah
! At Charleston with the Nortueastern and South
! Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
' North and West.. ja .
Through Tickets over this line on sale aTOotcls
IR Charleston; Soreven Rouse, Savaunah;aadall
principal Ticket unices North and South.
Freights forwarded daily to and" 'rom Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Tarin" as low as by iny other Une.
C. S. GADSDEN,
oct5_Engineer anti Sunt-riatendent.
?Drnrjs, f??]emicalst Ut.
ROSABALIS is the best Blood
ROSABALIS, a sure cure for
ROSABALIS, endorsed by
ROSABALIS, a potent remedy
ROSABALIS, a Remedy tried
and true. ?
ROSABALIS, the best pitera
ROSABALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr T. C. PCG11, of Ballimore.
Dr THOS. J. BOYKIN, or Baltimore.
Ur. K. DDUGAN, of Tarboro', N. C.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, of Nlcholasvlle, Ey.
Ur. A. P. WHEELER, of Lima. Ohio.
Ur. MT. HOLLOWAY; of Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. McCARTHA, of South Carolina,
and mauy omers. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC
endors, d by Rev. uABNEY BALL, cow 0: Mary?
land conference, formerly ChapluKi in :i:e Con?
federate .vimy of Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acts at
one aud the same time upou the BLOOU, LIVER,
KIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
pelling ail impure matter and building up toe
system tu a healthy, vigorous condition.
IS -SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DO WI E. MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO..} Agents tn
Dr. U./BAEK, ) Charleston.
gAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
PIERCE'S GOLDEN DISCOVERY, DEBING'S PILE
RE M EDY. an d all Other new Preparations.
For sale by DR. H. BA ES.
mano No. 131 Meeting street.^