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Vlie Charleston Cotton, Rice anti Naval
ornes CHARLESTON NEWS, l
Fal DAT Kv SK iK a, May 26, 1671.1
COTTON.-The business opened .with a strong
feeling in this article, and some transactions took
place at firmer figures, hut dispatches becoming
unfavorable, the market became quiet and closed
dull. Sales ISO bales, say 2 at 10, 2 at 12,15 at 13.
28 at 14%. 6 at 15, 33 at 15%, 41 at 15%, 15 at IOC
We quote somewhat nominally previous quoti
tlons, say :
Ordinary ro good ordinary.12%.?14%
Low middling.15%'ta -
Strict middling...16 @
BICE.-The market was quiet and transactions
limited. Sales 30 tierces ol clean Carolina : 15
tierces at 8%. 5 at 8%, 16 at 9 lie ~4 lb. We quote
common tofair 8^@s#c, good S%@9c, common
NATAL STORES -There were no sales reported.
FREIGHTS.- TO Liverpool, .by steam direct.
nominal on uplands : via New York, Jid
on .uplands ; ld on sea islands; by Ba::.
6-:od on uplands, %j on sea islands. T
Bavre nominal, coastwise-to New Ybr;,
by steam, n? on uplands and .vc on sea
islands: $1 25 V tierce on rice; by Bail, Jfc? foi)
ootton; - fi tierce on rice:40c ? barrel cn roam ;
$7@3 fi M cn ?umber; $9@ic- fl M oa tlmbet. 'it
Boston, by Rail KC fl rn on upland cotton .
To Providence, oy Eaii $3 fl M on boards, ?tc
f. a? cn cotton; by steam $1 p-bale on New
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, %c fl lt
on uplands; by sall. $7 V M on boardB; $9 on
Umber; $3 fi tou on clay, asd S3@3 ?9 cn phos
ph ates. To Bal umure. by steam, %c f? a> by
.ail, $? v Mon boards: $3@S26fi ten OL
phosphate rock. Vessels are m demand by
onr merchants to take lamber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Danen and Jatilla Biver, Ga.
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $u
@12 V M are the rates on lumber and boards.
ExoHAKoa.-sterling eo day bills 22%?22%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The Vank8 are pur?
chasing light checks on New York at Dar; 5 days
% off; 10 days % off; 15 days - off; 20 days - off;
30 days - off. They are selling sight checks at n
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON. M ty 26-Noon.-Total bullion tn i he
Bankof England ?24,250,000-an unprecedented
amoant in ihe annais of the bank. Consols 93%.
Eveninz-.-Consola 93?a93?. Bonds co;,.
FRANKFORT, May 26.-Bouda 96%k
NEW YOHK, May :6-Noon.-Governments dull
and steady. Stocks quiet and firm; States dull
except Tennessee?, yt orgias stroDg. Money
easy at 8. Gold 11%. Sterling unchanged,
Evening.-Money easy at 3a4. Gold ll%all%.
Government steady: Southerns-Georgias. Ten
nessees* and Sdath Carolinas, new-strong and
active. Teonessees 72*4 ; new, same. Virginias
49: new 74. Louisianas 69; new 63; levees 8?>i ;
eights 84. Alabamas 103; fives 70. Georgias 90;
. sevensWX- North Carolinas 47?; new 28. South
Carolinas 75; new 63%. Freights active and
NEW CF LE ? NS. May 26.-Sterling 23%. Sight %
premium. Gold 12.
LIVERPOOL, May 20-Noon.-Cotton steady; up?
lands 7?a7%d; Orleans 7%d; sales 12,000 bales;
sales or the week 91,000 bales; exports 20,000;
speculation 17,ooo; stock 913,000; american 560.0GO;
receipts 14,000; American 4000; actual exporta
Evening.-Cottou quiet; uplands 7%d, Orleans
7%o; sales 12,000 bales; export and speculation
3000; stock afloat 480 ooo; American 250,000; near?
ly due from savannah and Charleston al 7 ll-16d.
Yarns and fabrics dull.
Nsw YORK, May 26-Noon.-Cotton opened
quiet; uplands 16%.
Evening.-Cot? ou steady; sales 34S0 bales at
BOSTON, May 26.-Cotton quiet and steady;
miudllugs I7%e; gross receipts 1815 bales; sales
800; stocn 8000; net receipts cf the week 447;
grcss 7271; ^a'esof the week 2900.
BALTIMORE, May 28.-Cotton firmer and higher;
ml idling l6Haie%c; net receipts no bales; gross
196; saies SOO; stout 1565; net receipts of the week
440; cross 533; exports coastwise 300; sales of the
NORFOLK,* May 26.-Net receipts or cotton 313
bales; exportB coastwise 49;sales 30; stock 2495;
net receipts of the week 2596; exports coastwise
1605; sales or the week iso.
ciTT POINT, May 26.-Net receipts of the week
WILMINGTON, May 26.-Cotton firm ; middlings
16?c; net teceipts 28bales: sales 21; stock 1302;
net receipts for the week 231; exports coastwise
784; Bales of the week 196.
AUGUSTA, May 20.-Cotton market dull and
lower at 16c for Liverpool middlings, and 15%c for
Ntw YO' k middlings; sales 140 bales; receipts ICO.
SAVANNAH, May 26.-Cotton quiet; middlings
15%c; net receipts 538 bales; exports coastwise
314; sales 200; stock 26,389; net receipts bf week
8970; exports 10 Great Britain 3399; continent 750;
coastwise 2608; B.?les of week 4000.
MOBILE, May :c -Cotton easier, but not lower:
middlings 16c; net receipts 710 bales; exports tb
Continent 1202; coastwise 146; eales 300; stock
19,797; net rrcelptamor the week 2691; exports to
Continent 3666; coastwbe 2213; sales or the week
NEW ORLEANS, May 26.-Cotton dull; middling
16c; net receipts 1762 bales: gross 1882; exports to
Havre 5W!; sales 78QJ; stock 98.837; net receipts or
the week 16,541: gross 17,997; exports to Liverpool
24,312; to cork 3l.'4; to Hamburg 5841; Bremen
1007; Gottenbnrg 1780; Barcelona 2900; Genoa 435;
coastwise 1000; salts of the wc k 42,000.
GALVESTON. May ss.-Cotton firm; good ordina?
ry 13%al4 cts; receipts 164 bales; sales 700; stock
61,?s<: net receipts of week 552?; exporta to conti?
nent 416; coastwise 1747; sales of week 6650.
PROVISIONS AND TRODCCB MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, May 26-Noon.-Red winter wheat
11s 6d. Co-n. new 33i Sd. Lard 49s.
- LQNCON, Mar 26-Noon.-Tallow 43s 6da43s 9d.
Sumar, spot, ?C->x36s 6d.
NEW YOHK. May 26-Noon.-Flour dull and
neavy. Wornt nominally lower. Corn dull and
aecJJ&lng. Pork $15 50ai6 76. Lard dull. Tur?
pentine steady at 53c. Rosin steady at $2 eoa
li 65. ,
Evening.-Flour-Southern quiet; common to
fair extra $6 75a7 25; eood to choice $7 30a9.
Whiskey uncnanged. Wheat Irregular and un?
settled; wtoj?r reit and amber western $1 66al 67.
Corn Arm ai 70a75c Groceries del'. Mess pork
lower at $15 ?oal? 75. Lard heavy. Naval stores
steady, 'j allow quiet.
BALTIMORE, May 26-Flour dull and firm.
Wheat, quia and weak. Corn steadv. Pork duli,
$16 50. Bacon firm; shoulders 7%c. Lard dull.
WIMINGTON, May 26.-Spirits turpentine stea:y,
45c. Kosh) linn $2 10 ror strained, and $6 for
pale. Tar firm. $2 io.
LOUISVILLE. May 26.-Flour active. Corn firm,
sacks t8c. Providions weak end unchanged.
?-T. Louis. May 20.-Flour, superfine $J 35n5 75.
Corn scarce and wanted, sacked Waeoc, Whiskey
90C. I'oik$l6 50.. Shoulders 7; clear sides 9%a
NEW ORLEANS.. May 20.-Flour dull; roper
$6 l?$i; dodbie $6 f 0; treble $6 80a7. Corn scarce
aod firmer; mixed 73e; yellow 74c; white 75078c.
Oats firm; st Louis os%a67: Galena 6>c Bra",
supply I'ght at $1 40. Hay quiet; prime $22a23;
choice 25. Pork dall and ofierlng a: $17. Bacon
null at 7%. 9?aiec: sngar-curcd hams I3>ial3%c;
choice 14 %c. Lard 11?; keg 12?. Sugar firm;
fair iu%a lc; prime ll?all%c. Molasses finn;
reboiled pis mat lon 41a5Sc. Whiskey easier at 65
a9Sc. Coffee 1, om in al at I4ai 5; c.
New York Rice Murket.
From the Daily Bulletin, May 24: Domestic ls in
small block, good tteany trade demand, and qnltc
firm on ali grade?, with holders as a mic indiffer?
ent operators. Sales of 49 tierces Carolina at 9a
9%c for ordinary to choice. Foreign ls firmly
lu id and offered in acompura'lvely cautious man
ner. but stnl there is enough available for all
?wanti> and as a ru e no funner ad>ance ls asked,
except on very choice lots, ?ales of 250 b;gs Ran?
goon at 7*7%c 100 do Patna T%c. currency, dnty
pail', and 200 bags Rangcou in bond at $340, gold
Fi":n tho Journal of Commerce, Mav 24: For
lort ig>. th< re continues to bc a very fair demand,
mainiy for dealer.-.' use, and with " odcrate offer?
ings steady prices are current. Wc notice salo
of 220 bag* Rangoon at 7a7.?ic. currencv, loo bags
Patna ai 7J?v. a- d 20 ? bags Rangoon ' a bond at
$3 40. go:u. iJorueMlc ls quiet, but steady prices
prevail; 60 tierces so d at 9a?"?c.
New York Narai Stores Market.
From the Journal of Commerce. Mny 24. The
maiKet for spirits turpentine is very firm. The
stock Is again very light, and although the de?
mand Ls confined to ?rrftiM lots ror the use of the
non e trade, still holders easily obtain a fractional
advance. We quoic me-chantar.le order at ?3c
Sales embrace 12'> bbls tn lo s at 53c. Kosins
Them ck nf strained bas received no important
auditions, and the market continues to rule
Btrong. There is some cal! Jrom shippers. Small
lots are ottered at $2 60 without buyers, while
large parcels will command that price. There
ls still a very bri6k call for the best qualities
mainly to ship, and a very steady range of prices
S?JCP.**1 t*al'8 are 150 bblsstrained at $2 57>i ;
30C0 bbis strained (rumored) at $2 60a3: No 2 at
? ,0; ono bbls pale at $5a6 25, and loo bbls at
$0 75. We quote strained at $2 60; No 2 at $2 75a3
Mo?L*3t4; a: ?2586 50; extra pale at
Wa7 37?. Tar is very flrm, with a lair inauirv
foreman lots; loo bb? wSalngtun rope ?SS?
MONTGOMERY, Mar 2< -Ootton is very ?tr?na
Ji our market; we izvia Low middlings 14?c. I
" ew York Hay Planter.
From tba Daly-BnUetta, May 24: Receipt wo
dav 2100 bules. The market ls fairly supplied
with all grades, and the demand ls only limited
Prices show no change, being qnlte steady at $1
for prime shipping. Retail ia In good snpply. ex?
cept the very finest grades, which- are slow ,ef
Interior Cotton Markets.
Y GREVILLE, May 24.-From 9 :o 13e.
ANDERSON',May 24.-Today middlings com?
CHARLOTTE, May "4.-Sales to-day GO bales;
COL?MBrs, Mav 24.-Marke;, riiile'.; middlings
l4Mc:low middlings ?4c; sales ai bales.: receipts
40; shipmeuts 63.
WILMINGTON, May 20J^TraP4KTiir?.-Fi* this
article tne market has rn^^^rfittBOiTiiiicc. our
Ins:, and in the price or yeUow'xrrp arinVvlrgm
there has teen an advance or I5a25c. Receints
continue small, and are barely adequa'.e for dis?
tillers' purposes. There is a fair inquiry, and
parcels-ar?., readily takfn when brought tn at
$4 20 for vJrtalW-t3 25 sw yeljp??dlp and M for
hard, periiswmnds. fflfQWl ;
Snaps 'rcwENTiigr-Afror tifljswwfc juiwoeed
the marke; for this article has ruled with :m>re
firmness, and, under the advices from abroad,
the price has Improved lc, closing at 45c for South?
ern, and 4l?}?c for New York packapes. Receipts
continue meagre, and there ls scarcely any stock
in first hands, and the small quantity offering ls
held for higher figures. - -"?. ? rs- *
RosiNs.~since the dore of onr-last- revlew.fhe
market for all graces lia? generally ruled firm,
ail qualities being higher than last quoted. There
lias.exlste'? a steadi demand dnnag the week,
a 'fftierce's hate ?>HU<Ua jandy saiejwnep offered
. on theinai'ket, ciosmfc-ivifh ?u>re flpn?etes. Re?
cerpts for Hie weA: have been Tcry small, and
there Is ve-y little stock in factors' hands.
TAB-Hes been brouprfit io markSJLXery spar?
ingly ilarng the week just ended, and has ruled
steady, w':h a moderate demand, lite reeeipts
are only oom. 340 bbl?, which lonna se e at $2
Kcctipt? ky Railroad. Play 20.
SOUTH CAROLIN Jr 1BATLKCUD.
335 balen cotton, 88 bales goods. 58 obis naval
stores. 1 cir stock. To Railroad Agent, Jno Mar?
shall, Jr, C Llbenwood, Pelxer, Rodgers & co, G H
Walter* co, Frost A Adgin Sloan ASelgnious,
A B Mulligan, Wlss A co. Wm C Courtney A co.
W B Williams A Son. Cleghorn, Herring A co, J N
Rpbron, Murphy & Little, ? Foll?n, H Cobla A- co.
'Miriest,"Wagener & Monsees. J A-iger ic co, B
O'Neill. Stiffens, Werner A Booker.
Per ster.mer Filot Boy. from Beaufort. Pacific
Landing and Chlso'.m's Lamllnir, AC-Dr M M
Meramlng?r, C C Ftuckcey, Jr, Cap- Boutelle, J B
Boutelle, end 5 deck.
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown. S C. Mdse1
and sundiies. To Shackelforo Jj Kel y. Plnckney
Bros. Mrs J D Ward, E Boll, F P Porcher, Gen Jas
Simons. L D DeSaussnre, W L Tren h ol m. H Sieg
linc Mrs Lance, ? H Mowry. F O Borner. Fruser
& Dill, W E Huger, A P Caldwell, and others.
POST CA LEUDAR.
Full ileon. 4th. 5 hours, 40 min?tes, eve-*::?.
Las: vuurter. urn. o houia o minutes, morning
Nov/ Moor:. Mtb.. 5 hour. 25 minutes, morning.
First quai ter, .TI ii. 7 ao?ts. 42 iniimtu.;. tuormag
27 saturday -
4..58 I 6..65
4..57 ? ti..56
4.. 57 6..?7
4..56 C.. 53
4. .50 6..59
4. .56 ll. .59
Di A :
WAI i i.
CHARLE?TON, S. C.
.MAY 27, IS").
- Lat 36 deg-16 min 33 sec. ! Lon 79 deg 57 min 27 sec
Sehr Emily H Naylor, Baxter. Ballimore-C
days. Corn, oats and dour.- - To H F Baker ?$ co,
T J Kerr 4 co, J Cumpfieu- Aco, 3 T Brown. FL
SCbr Etlwan, Prince, Norfolk, Va-4 days. &400
bushels coin. To D'.Mcl'herson.
Sehr Ellen, -, Georgetown, s c. 2coo buril?is
rongh rice. ? To J R Pringle A Sou.
Sehr Ant S Deas. Garbutt!. West Point Mill. 15C
tierces rice. To Wm G Bee A co. Frost A Auger,
Shackelford A Kelly.
Steamer Pilot Boy. s:y. Beaufort and Pacific
Lacdlug. l bales and 1 baa sea island colton and
sundries. To J D Aiken. W M Hird A co, TKelly,
D McPnereon. so:ith--rn Express co. Geo Holme*,
Terry A Ni len, E E Bediord, A M Adgtr, B
Adams, B (J Webb.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown. S C
Mrs F L stcne, Miss Holmes, Mas'.er M Ward, Dr
H Stone, Mis F S l'a-ker, Mrs Lacee, Mrs Walker,
Mis* Coe, Rev Mr Waiker,.Miss AlStoa. Mrs Guy
tou and daughter. Master Gu) ton, M L Clam, L C
Nowell. E F Hewes, w Kirkwood, Mrs H Deas and
nurse, Miss Deas, A G Trtnho'm, Mitchell's Band,
and 12 deck. .
SAILED YESTERDAY. -
British br g Lena, Wharton, a Southern port,
sehr Hattie, Mcclintock, a Southern port.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood. New York.
Bark Sterling, Harding, Fernandina, Fla, Wtb
Sehr A R Wetmore, Bryan, Brunswick, Ga, 18th
Sehr Mett;, Ashcroft, New York. May 24.
" ' ; CU5AK?D*?OR TBISpORti.'' '
Steamship Georgia, Croweil, at New York.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Martha, LewLs, from Cardiff, May 9.
Thc sehr francis Daley, Wall, from Georgetown,
S C, arrived at New York May 23.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL May 26.-Evening.-/irrtved, the
Carolina, Mignons, tarank, Atorlste, FCEbong,
Jerome Jon JS. Morey, Lawerson, Island Queen, G
Hurlbut. Pumice, Jane Goodyear, Eleanor and
NEW YoitK. May 26.-Evening_Arrived, the
Rhein, Leo, J CTnompson, H B Lunt, Lola, Mur?
chison, F Blerwln, ida Be la. Mory, Mobile. Ar?
rived out, the Columbia and Russia.
LIST OF VESSELS
ur. CL~ABEO Aht> SAH.KD von THIS ron:
Br ?hip Island Home. Mcl.ellan, up.April
Br bark Vince, Robson, sailed.April
WEST EAKTLErOOL, ESC.
Br bark Ka'hlceu, Lester, up.May
Br brig Belloui. Jones, sailed.Jan :
The RT K Carry,-, sailed.May
The Martini, Lewis, stilled.May
Brig J A IX v?reux. Clark, cleared.May
Brig Lsabel, Tabbut. cleated.May
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, up.May
Sehr J M JU..-8 es, Newman, up..'.'."...May
Sehr Queen of the Soutn. Byrnes, c!eared..Mav
Sehr My rover, Brown, cleared.May
Sehr Hatii- Coombs,-, np.May
Sehr J H S Iraner, Fooks, cleared. ?..May
Sehr Neille Doe, Richardson, sailed*.May
Fr bark Iutlmes, Gefllott, up.May
I N ?^i ? N & H O W E L ?T,
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCK ANTS,
No. 12S East i,ay.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Will cive prompt persona! .itention tothesuie
or shipment o:"
PEAt HE> ANDAFPiiES I.""HEIR SEASON, AND
COUNTRYPRuO?V.'S 'J ENE RALLY.
Marking Plates..md in ; ructions for picking,
famished on appiic.ii.on, raay25-imo
"DEEVES, BROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
IX ALL KINDS OP
IEST.C FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
In their seasoD.
Nos. 162 and 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
RKKBtNOSB.-S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No. 209 East Bay, Charleston, & C. apri3-3mos
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1671, snd printed officially In THU DAILY Na*8,
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Carney. John Joh son, Tom | lins
Chase. W B ,.i- nn.-on, FM Schroder, Chas
Cnaphnan, Ed- ?Karr, Robert C^chdshling, C
ward i Ken ly, James ?Shaw, Robt D
Clinton, C H Kennedy, HenryjSheally, Samuel
Collins, Wm Keep. H A ?Sims, Charlie
Colean, Thom- Hon::, J H F |Smgleton,.\aron
as ?Kornaiirens, J ?iiSims, T N
Cole, Francis ?Ruck, John (Smith, Charles
Cohen, simeon iLaclilcottp.CaptiSmlth, J W
G ?Latham. R W Ismith, P B
Cooper, William'l.awrence, F D ?Smith, John
Crentzwerg, Hy Lance. Joseph BlSruiih, J
man M 'Lee, Richard ?Smith, Silas
Oranah. Henry . (Col'd) iSoloraon, Jaco")
cr.S?. William Lobby, J E jSouthal, A B
Cummings, Wm Llviusgton, G Span, Thomas
Dally, Peier iLlllenihal, Jo- ?SplnKcii, Henry
Davis, George ; hann C ?Siedinan, Wes:
Uatcrery.- " 'LalayetteJtifcefrf-.-iey.
LanjfHton Llirentn?T; F J Stettens, Jno H
DeCamps. P E [Little, (ico N Suckherr. W,
DeHay, W S ?LUhs, Michael L care Mr Pow
Dlagan, John : Lon ls, T ers, 61 Church
Duffy, Patrick I. Lucas, U R ' street
.Earley, W ,. ?Marshall. 1 L? [Tailor, Charley
Eberhard: Hvo.jMHruh, Juo Taylor, Isaac
ry iMaup, G ,Thorn, weston
Edwards, James Mackty, (Magls-'Thompson,
W I trate.) . Edgar W
Ebricks, Hen- .MarzycK, H C iTrienckcn, H W
richs ?Man, Robt Town. Reuben
Erwin, D W ?Martin. John rwttiy, Dr S
Evau9, Jos E ?Magwood, Robt Van Dansen,
Everett, Rev J S'Michell, F M Chus H
Felchur, Jame- Miner, H Van Eden.
Felder, Smart ?MlIler, John H ! Charles E
Fisher, Jacob Minora, Catta ?Wallace. EW
Fusehler, Hen- Moore, La: aneri Walker, Louis
nerlch -Montgomery, I A ager, Juseph
Fletcher, Robt S! Hen OW ; A
Flanders, Chan IMorrall, Rev IWatklDB, Jno
E \ John ?Webb. J
Fogarty. Wm B ?Murray, Jos [Wclnbelmcr,
FraKier, Sam Mullarkey, P I Peter
tiaidner, John McCaDt*, L A Washer, R W
Gadsden, L W McCollum, Geo Weatherhorn A
Gibbes, Henry I R . Williams,
cibson, E M iMcF.lhnse, w ' banracl
GHbert, s H |McGumc, Jamcsl Williams, Paris
Graham, Sam E Whitlo k, Henry
Green, Capt J [McGuffle. G E Wood, Henry
Green. Rev J B ?Nelson, Sam ?Wrlgh', Jus E
Gray, George 'Nowell, Tl KM W [Wrcdcn. H
Harris, Wm Nunan, George I Yeadon, S C
. HayUP, WA ???te-1, Ge- rg? iZelKier. M
tar Person? deporting letters :n thc Postoltlcc
will please place the stamp near thc upper right
hand corner of the cuvelope, and they will also
please to remember thai without thc stamp a let?
ter caunot be maded, but wm bc Bent to thc Dea t
tailoring, ?nmisrjing ?OO?G, UZ.
? PRING OPENING.
No. 82j KING STREET,
Have Just opened an euure New Stock ol
CLOTILS, CLOTHING, FGKNISBiNG GOODS, AC,
forSpring and Sao?ra?r.
Our Clothing is a very large and tine selected
stock for Men, Youths and Boys, from ?5 io $5U
per suit. The largest portion ls of imported
'goods and manufactured ny ourselves; wc can,
therefore, recommend them as regard lit, wear
OTJR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
ls supplied with thc ?neu selection or FOREIGN
AND DOMESTIC CLOTHS, DOESKINS; DIAGO?
NALS, TRICOTS, MELTONS, CHEVIOTS, CASSI
MERES. Ac, and rt very Urge stock of the most
fashionable Pam und Yest Pat tents, winch we
wdl make up to miler by measure in the laics;
styles. Thc foreman lu Uiis department or our
business has no equal ja thearUs.Uc world for cut?
ting and producing an elegant flt.
This department is supplied wlih thc celebrated
STAR SHIRTS, Foreign and Domestic Under?
shirts and Drawers, Silk and Thread Gloves, Linen
and Paper Collars, Neckties, Bows.Scarls, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, Socks, Umbrellas, Ac.
Our stock has been selected with great care,
and prlceB marked very low In plain figures.
Buyers In our line will Und it to their advantage
to give ns a call before purchaB'ng elsewhere.
0 R BA L TI M ? R ?T.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
. BILLS LADING ISSUED
AND TBE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The One steamship FALCON, Haynle, Com
nander, will sad for Baltimore on TH?RSDAT,
1st June, atLhalf-past 3 o'clock P. SI.
S5f Philadelphia Freights rorwurded to thai
:ity br irailroad rro?i Bal'.more without, addi
iional Jhsnrance. had-Conslgnees are allowed aro
?le time to sample and sell their Goods from
tn* Kiilirnnd Depot in Phlladel?hla.
For Freight orPassaee apply"to
PAUL C. TRENHOLM. Agent,
may26-? No. ? Onion-Wnarvcs.
Jp O K N E W V O R K .
OLD itS K S EW YORK. ASO CIJAU3LI?S.
?S TA BLI SHES 1 8 4 6.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOM>
THE VERT FAST AND SPLENDID
Side-Wheel Steamships of this Line wu! sail from
Adger's Wharf as followB : :
JAMES A DOER, SATURDAY, May 27th, at 12 o'clock
MANHATTAN/SATURDAY, June 3d, at. 5H o'clock
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, Jhnc 10th, at 12
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, Jttte JTth, at ?tf
oVIook P. 14..
JAMES ABOBK, SATURDAY^ JUne 24th, at ll
o'clock A. M,
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, July 1st, at 5 o'clock
93* insurance li percent, by this Line.
93* Through Bills of LadiHg (liven on Cotton t*.
Liverpool, Boston. Providence and the New Eng
land manufacturing towns at the lowest marke
93* State-rooms may be secured in advance
without extra change.
.rlJor freight Qr A^KsasP-engagementi. apply to
m ay 24 _JAMKS ADOER'A CO.
jp OR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
^m^LJVERPOOL AND . GREAT - WE|TERN^
STE?M "%0MPA1SY "'' ;U *"
Will dispatch one of their Erst-c'.?ss, frill power
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
NEVADA, Capt- GfrKBK.....May 24, at 9 A M
WYOMING, C?pr. W?iK>JBRAY.May"ei. at 3 P M
NEBRASKA. Capt. GUARD.June 3, at S P M
MINNI-SOTA, Capt. T. W. FREE?
MANS.June 7. at 9.30 AM
IDAUO, Capt. PRICK.June 14, at 3 P M
MANHA?TAN, Capt. F01t3TTH..J?0e.P, At 3 P M
?OLOR,n)0,CapLT.F.FREEMAX.jW 21, 'at 3 P M
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS..June 28, at 2 P M
Cabin Passage $80, grid.
Steerage Tassage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
No. 63 WaU street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
by the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO., .
WAGNER, HUGER A ca,
maye Or WJ?. A. COURTENAY_
jpACIl-'IC AIA1L STEAMSHIP OQMP?'i?
rn son; u UNE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
t j ARKS GREATLY REDUCED.
S: to mern cf thc above linc ?cave Pier
No.. 12, Norili River. r<;ot ol Caa al,
.trceL N"W^ark.jtftl? o'clock noon, mSi ?St?
?nd ^oiti nf every month' ?except-\vhen thew
dates full ou Sunuuy, then the sa.if.rday premi
All depari tires connectat Panama wir:, steam
ors for som li Paciflo and central American porta
Departure of lilli touches at Kingston. Jamaica
Fur Japan aud Cuma, steamers leave San fran?
cisco h rsi of? very month, except wlien/lt rails on
Sunday t'tlien On the day preceding.
Nu California steamers toncii ai Havana, bu
go direct from New York to AspinwaU.
Guehundred pounds baggage free to each adult
Medicine and attendance free.
For I'assatie Tickets or other Information appl>
at thc COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on th?
wiiari root of Canal street. North River. New
\ ork. F. R. C'ABY, Agent.
T? OR EDISTO, ENTERPRISE AND WAY
3 o i ft
INLAND ALL THE WAY.
The- Steamer WATER LILY, will _ -jr^w
receive Freight at rotuli Atimttic^gSSiSC
Wharron MONDAYS ami THURSDAYS, auu leave aa
Tuesday. 23d, at.:.o A.M.
P.May, 20tn. at.ll A. M.
Tuesday, sotli, ar.l p. M.
Wednesday. 24th, at.7:- A. M.
Saiurday, j7th, nt.S? A. M.
Wednesday, 3tst, at .12 M.
For Freight engagements or passage apply on
board or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
Soutn Atlantic Wharf.
N.B.-Freight and Wtuifage payable on the
|TT3 0% (#5 'Q'T:* ff? E A^i ?JT
Uni il furthrr notice, tl.t Steamer. -rlT^J*
EMILIE, captain CC Wu??, w?U jafiEBBC
leive Charlo-tou every WEDNESDAY NIUHT, at a
o'clock, and Georgetown every FRIDAY MORNING,
at 8 o'clock.
For fiipiigements apply on board, at Commer?
cial Wharf, or to
SliACKELKOP.D * KELLY. Agrmts,
may20 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
OR if L O K I D A, ?
The steamer DICTATOR, captain , -ir^y
L IL Coxetter, will leave ti's!??
Wharf lAvrv JT'KSrMi KYBNlNH. ?lt .-.30 il'ClOVK,
(until further notice.) for Jacksonville, Fern?n
.dina and IMiatka, arriving back at uiiarieHiun
every SATI RDAV AFTERNOON.
mavll RAVES EL ft CO.. Acent*.
Thc steamer EMILIE. Captain C.
C. White, omi be engaged for Tow?
age alni Excursions Apply on boan
merdai Wharf, or to
h HACKELFORD A KELLY,
ma.v23-ttitli.slmo _Boyce's Wharf.
Y OB LAKE SH PER J OR .
M$3t THE UNION
.'STEAMBOAT COMPANY, .
ATLANTIC, DULUTH AND PACIFIC LINE.
One of iii.- Splendid Steamers MET* OR. INDIA,
PACIFIC. COBURN, ATLANTIC, .UPAN, REWER?
NA W, ARCTIC. CHINA und hT. i'AUL. wiil leave
Bunnin chilly (except Fridays .".nd .-atuniays.jat
3 1*. M.. Ene thc next- n* mi tur, Clevelund the
?amenight,aim Deiroit at io P. M.. dally, (ex?
cept Sendai a and Mondays ! for DULUTH and In?
termediate LAKE SLTjtRIOK PORTS.
Connections arc made at Duluth with the Lake
Superior und Mississippi Railroad, to St. Paul,
and all points in Minnesota, Northern Wisconsin
and Iowa. Also, witu Hie Northern Pacific Rail?
road for tne Red River Country.
Excursion Tickets, AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES,
will bi Issued by all prmclpal Railroads to ML
Faul by this r? ute, returning via all rall. Or by
Rail Koutes to sc. Paul and Duluth, returning via
During the months ofJune..Jnly abd August,
EXCURSION TRIPS will be made via the North
Shore or Lake Superior, visiting the Silver Mmes,
Fort William, Grand Portage, Ac.
For further Information, apply to
B. F. PATRICK,
General Passenger Attent, Buffalo, N. Y.
E. T. EVANS. Mauuger A. D. and P. Line.
S. D. CALDWELL, General Manager U. S. Co.
0R~ GA BDN?R'?T BI UP F,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON TBE
. PEEDEE RIVER.
Tne Steamer PLANTER, Cap--. H. . . ??XT*!>\*
S. Cordes, ld nowrecelvlng freie!:; a; i^V-iiiEBiti
Accommodation Wharf, and will leave TO-NIGHT,
Freight and wharfage prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, apply tn
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
m ay 27-1 No 177 East Bay.
GEORGETOWN, S. " G.,
KEJ7HFIELD. WEYMOUTH AND WAVERLY
? MILLS. .
The steamer PLANTER, Captain " ^.rr-?w
ll. Conies, ls now recelvtrg?^?Ejj??J55L
Freight at Accommodation Wharf, and will leave
THIS (Saturday) EVENING, the 87th instant.
Freight and whariage prepaid.
For Freight engaeements applv to
RAVENEL. HOLMES 4 CO.,
may?O-2_No. 17* East Bay.
JfOR NORTH EDISTC,. BEAUFORT AND
PACIFIC LANDING. .
The Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain ? *Jj\25j*
J. W. siv, will leave Central Wharf?sS?e??i?S5*
for Ed ist o. Beaufort and Pacific Landing, every
MONDAY MUBNINH. ai . o'clock, and for Beaufort
and Pacido Landing every THURSDAY MOBNINO,
at 8 o'clock. Rctufninr, will leave Beaufort every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNING, at s o'clock, and
will leave Edlsto every TUESDAY, a: 3 0'ciOCk,
P. M. J. D. AIKEN.
.Soots, ?M)0CS, Ut.
?T ET T*H"E J7E~S TT
Buy your BOOTS AND SHOES St
S I E I B E R - S .
No. 41 BROAD STREET.
He manes them to order, in any style desired,
usincouly tuc best material and workmanship.
Constantly ou hand, a large ?s-oriment. or cus?
tom made BOOTS AND isHOES. ol all sizes.
Which dispenses wtth shoe strings and elastic,
MADE TO OitDEit at this establishment.
Call ano examine specimens.
may22 No. jj Broad street.
JgOOT.S, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
Receiving ..lis day per Stfamships Georgia,
from New York, Fall River, irom Philadelphia,
assorted invoices of FINE BOOTS AND SHOES.
In addition to the choice se oct Inn m wa,- in
Stride 1 koeo those OAJfl/i SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold cheap at -EDWARD DALY'S.
mnrJS No. Ml Meeting stree;.
OT I CE! NOTICE!
By Fali River Stoanistilp from Pliiladeiphin this
day 1 am receiving a fresh supply ot those Gcnt'B
Hand-Sewed llasic F1UInc PRESCH CALF
"BOOTS. With much time anC labor, I have the
same for Boys and Gents.
mar22 ' No. 121 Meeline stree:.
rpo THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Please inform the numerous readers of your
paper that the AMK?JUAN GAJTKR. Patented, or
the shoe or the Future, is a success. To supply
the demands of the Trade, Another lLvoice to-dav
by Fail River, from Philadelphia.
SOM by EDWARD DALY,
mar22 No. 121 Meeting street.
GABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS & SHOES,
For )Vc\, Weather, For Dry Weather.
For Youths, For Age,
? For Gentlemen, For Ladies,
For-; he City, For the Country.
For Rldiu^, For Walking.
For Fishing, For quilting.
SOLD II Y DtCALUKS SVflHYWlIEKK.
see that every oue bears the Paient Stamp,
PEC FAL BOOK NO T?CE"
FOGAUTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
We are offering great inducements :oBook
buyers. Thc whole of our large and .-liolce col
lection of Books, consisting of:
THEOLOGICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
SUNDAY-SCHOOLLIBRARV BOOKS AND
have been rearranged and marked down in ac?
cordance with the reduced prlcea of Northern
Wc oiler for the. next SIXTY DATS the fumier
Inducement of A LIBERAL DISCOUNT on all par
chases of Books amounting to FIVE DOLLARS
and upwards. Our STOCK OF BOOKS, consists of
all the latest and best editions of STANDARD AND
is particularly rich In good bocks fer the young
We liave recently made large additions to our
stock of BIBLES. Thc prices are greatly reduced.
Wc are now offering an an usually large variety ol
English and American Family Bibles, Pocket
Bibles, and the Episcopal Prayer Book, at ex?
tremely low prices.
We are Special Agents for several Sunday
School Publishing Houses, acd nave on ha sup?
plies of their publications. .
AU varieties of STATIONERY, and a fall assort?
ment of SCHOOL BOOKS.
Our Store ls so arranged that vlsltora|jan ex?
amine thc stock ut their leisure. The price of each
book is marked so as to adord purchasers every
?T Persons residing in the country wd) please
bear in mind that by sending their orders to as
for any books published In America, they will tie
charged only the price of the book. Wc pay for
the postage or express.
FOG ARTI E'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 KING STREET (In the Bend,)
marll-iuths Charleston, S. C.
OT A NI CAL' TEXT-EoTTRS
By Professor ASA '.RAY,
Of rlarvard University,
Author of "How Plants Grow," "School and Field
Book or Botany," '-Manual of Botany," "Struc?
tural and systematic Butauy," Ac, Ac.
.Botany shnnld be taught in every school, and
these Volumes should bc the Text-Books."-Proj.
J. & Daois, Uniccr.sity of Virginia.
The publishers bog to caP the attention of those
about lorraing classes In Botany to the well known
works by Profesar Gray. Having been carefully
revised, they present the latest und most accurate
principles and developments ol the science, and
it is sufficient Indorsement of t icm to state that
they are used in almost every noted College, High
School and Seminary ui the Country, arni are rec?
ommended over ot her series by Dlne-teniba of the
leading Professors and Botanical Teachers in the
No author tins yet. approached Professor Gray in
the rare art of milking purely scientific theories
and dry details popular and interesting. From
his churmmg elementary wotk "How Plants
Grow," to lui more elaborate ' Manual " tim:c is
one ?Imple, concise, and yet exhaustive method of
teaching the Various grades uf the study.
Descriptive Circulars, giving lull titles nn i prt
ces, will be forwarded by mail, io any address, cu
1V1SON, BLAKEMAN, TAYLOR A CO.,
No3.135 and 140 Grand street. New York.
REAL ESTATE AGENT AND COLLECTOR,
No. 109 EAST BAY, NKAB BBCAD STREET.
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
They 6 ~ purely vegetable, safe and sure. Thc
ben in use. For sale ny Dr. H. BALK,
No. 131 Meeting street,
oe "ytoesii.e Agent
Drrj ?coos, Ut.
Nos. 244 and 437 KING ST.
DEC TO ANNOUNCE
THAT IN ORDER
TO REDUCE STOCK,
' THEY A RE NOW OFFERING
A L-L- KINDS OF
FANCY & STAPLE
LOWER PRK li EVER.
MUST BE SOLD,
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPBIETOR.
The Proprietor of thai pleasantly toeated ano
elegantly furnished Establishment, at the .State
Capital, desires to inf orra the travelling publl : a n r;
other? seeking accommodations, thai the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls tn every respect a ?rst-ciasa Hotel,
unsurpassed by any In the State or the Dnlteo
states. Situated in the business centre or th(
;:ity, with Une large airy, rooms, and a table sup
plied with every delicacy of the season, both Iron:
New York and.Charleston markets, the Proprle
tor pledges wot no efforts will be spared to give
pfrfert satisfaction In every respect.
A tlrir-ciass Livery Stonie is attached to the
'.loitu, where vehicles of every description cnn be
?ad al the shortest, notice.
Omnibuses at;end the arrival ami departure o:
every Train. WM. GORMAN.
J. D. BUDDS. Cannier. aort.? wfm
&. P. COATS'
We have iuStor.kand will always keep aa as?
sortment of COATS' THREAD for sale at New
York trade Drices. JOHN 0. MI LNGK A CO..
rebU stiitiicmn* No. 135 Mfit-iinR street.
tyrrigs, <?ticmuc?ls, Ut.
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood
EOSADALIS, a sure cure for
AO S AB ALIS, endorsed by
ROS AD ALIS, a potent remedy
EOSADALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSAD ALIS, the best Altera?
ROSAD ALIS endorsed by t?te
Dr. ?.. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr. T. c. PCGH, ot Baltimore.
Dr TUGS. J. BOYKIN, of Ballimore.
Or. A. HORGAN, ol Tarboro'. N. C
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, of Nicholusvile, Ky.
Dr. A. r. WHEELER, of Lima, Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY-ol Plillailelpliia.
Dr. J. L. MCOARTHA, of South Carolina,
and many Olpers, See K41SA?ALIS ALMANAC
endorsKl by Rev. UABNEY BALL, now of .Vary
iar.>! Gouierence. formerly Chap?n in :u rhe Uon
federate Anny of Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acta at
one aim tue raine'imo noon tue BLOOD, LIVER,
KiDNKVb and all theSRCRBToRORGANS ex
pelluig ail impure matter and building arr the
sysieiu a heunby, vigorous condition.
IS SOLD. BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOW!H. MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH. WI NEMAN & CO.,J Agents -n
Dr. li. RAER, ) Charleston,
rjpHE G HEAT GERMAN EEMEDIEli
Prcfesuor LOUIS WUNDRAM'S BLOOD PUR1
EYING AND PURGATIVE HfclRBS. (In Pilli; o:
Powders,) for tho cure or all Acute or Chrucii
Diseases, resulting from impure blood and Imper
Also, tne tollowtng Medicines ty tt;o same pro
fecsor leonis Wnndram, Brunswick, Gcrmariv.)
Beru Tea ?for Dyspepsia ano. Nervousness.,
Rheumatic Herb Tea.
Wundwasser (the German -PainkiUtr,)
f or sale hy jr. H. I A ER,
mayrto No. 131 Mcetine irtreet.
.GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
F o it INFANTS.
A reliable aud invaluable remedy In COLIC.
CHOLERA INFANTUM, Dysentery. Diarhoa, und
such other diseases as children aTe uubjectec. io
during the period of Teething.
This cordial ls raanufac.ured from the b53t
Drugs, all carefully selected, and eontalus no in?
jurious Ingredient. No family should be without
it. The best Physicians have recommended lt,
and Mothers may administer lt with perfect con?
lt contains no Opium or other Anodyne.
Manufactured by DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston
Price 26 cents a bottle. The usual discount to
AND IRON PILLS.
Por sale by DR. H. BAER,
j oin a No. 131 Meeting street.
-gXCURS??N' TO' SAVAN?AHT
SAVANNAH AND CHABLHSTON R. R. OFFICE, \
i CHARLESTON, May 35,1S7L I
To enable visitors.to attend the Regatta .a
Savannah, which takes place on May 30 and 31,
and Jane 1st, Excursion Tickets over this Road
will be veld from the 28th t? the 30tb May Inva?
sive, FOR ONE FARE, both going and retarnicg.
Return tickets good till Jnne 6.
C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. C. BOYLSTON. General Freight and Ticket
SPARTA'?BURG AND UNION RAILROAD.
On and after the 29th lnstaot, the PASSENGER
TWAINS on the 8PARTANBCRG AND UNION
RAILROAD will ran dBby:
Going down, leave Spartanburg?.5.30 A. M.
GolDg dowD, leave unionviile..7.60 A. M.
Arrive at Alston.ll 00 ?.. M.
Returning, leave Alston..12.01 M.
Returning, leave Unionviile*.3.26 P."M.
Arrive at Spartanbnrg...-.6.26 P. M,
THOMAS B. JETER,
President S. and 0. P.. R.
Unlonvlllc. S. C., May 22, 1871. may26-imo
ZJOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
VICE-PRESIDENTS OFFICE, ?
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 18,1871. )
On and after SUNDAY, January 22, the Passen?
ger ?rains.on Mic boute -.i rjuna Railroad w.u.
ra: as follows:
Leave Charleston.12.60 P. M.
vrnvc at Augusta. SJ j.r. M.
?.eave Charleston. S.20A.M.
irnve at Columbia :. 3.40 P. M.
..rave Aucusta. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at."Charleston.3.20 P. M.
?..enve Columbia.12.16 P. M.
Arrrlve at Charleston'.. 7.50 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.'..8.80 P. V.
Arrive at Augusta.7.01t M.
Leave Augusta.5.60 p. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.40 A.M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXPBBSS.
Leave Charleston.:.?. 7.10 P.M.
Arrive at Columbia.0.00 A. M.
u-ave Columbia.?.. 7.60P.V.
Arrive ar, Charleston.?.6.45 A. M.
Leave Charleston. :.4.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville...:.6.00 P. M.
Leave Sommerville-:.. 7.00 ?. M.
Arrive at Charlestons.K15 A. M.
CAMDEN il KAN CH.
Leave Camden..T..B'.OO A. M.
-Arrive at Columbia.. .10.40 A. M.
Leave Colombia. L.26 P.M.
Arrive at camden.,.6.00-P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Gecrgla Railroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects daily with Day Passen?
Janw A. L. TYLER. Vlce-Preatdert.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. 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.
Train does not leave Charleston 6:30 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving at 12 M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acosta
Creek only, going through in 42 boure, WITHOUT
IlETBNTION ON SUNDAY9T
Passengers leaving by 6:30 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or vin Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
!? RIDA sr by this Train lay over on SUNDAY In Bal?
timore. Tpose leaving ou SATURDAY remain SDN
rAY in Wilmington, N. C.
Tills is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
-route to Cincinnati, Culcairn and other point?
West and Northwest, boili Trams making Cose
connections at. Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and o hio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent, t
F. L. Curaron, General Ticker Agent.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAJLL
PASS ENC ER TRAINS on-ibis Road run dally aa
Arrive at savannah.3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.1ft A. M.
Arrive at charleston.5.20 P..M.
Connects at savannah with the Atlantic A Gulf
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and all
points In Florida.
Wu.i Central Railroad for Macon. Atlanta, Mc?
Mle. New Orleans and the Weat. *
Witli Steamboats for points on thc Savannas
At Charleston with thc Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships lor all points
N'T-h and West.
Through Tickets over rhis line on sale at Hotels
lo Charleston; Screven?Honse. Savannah; and ail
principal Ticket otllces North and South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and all points beyond. ?
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Tariff as low as by any other line.
. C. S. GADSDEN.
pets Engineer ami Superintendent.
J^ONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
FOR SIGHT IS PP. ICELE
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which ?re now offered
to tile public, are pronounced-by ali the celebrated
Opticians or the world to be the most Perfect, Na
mral Artificial help to the human eye ever known.
They-are ground nader their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebble-1, melted together,
and derive their name. -Diamond." on account
dr their hardness and brilliancy.
The sclentlflc prlnclnle on which they are con?
structed brings the core or centre of the lens di?
rectly In front of the eye. producing a clear and
distinct vision, aa m the natara!, healthy sigh-.,
and preventing ali unpleasant sensations, such a?
Glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac,
pecuMar to all others m use.
They are mounted in the finest manner, ;n
frames of the beet quality, of all materials used
for that purpose. Tncir titian and durability eau
not be surpassed.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless nearing their
trade mark stamped ou every frame. ?L
Dealer in Watches. Jewelry,
Sterling Silverware and Optical Goods,
No. 507 K'ng street.
t31-stuthlyr -jTiarleston .S. C.
rjHE GOLD MEDAL SEWING MACHINE.
DOUBLE LOCK ELASTIC STITCH.
This is the raostsimpleand reliable Two Thread
Sewing Machine In Hie world. It sews direct
from two threads, and ls $15 less than any other
first-class sewing Mach?n?. Samples can be seen
at No. 135 MEETING STREET, opposite Charles?
ton Hotel, sole Agent for the State. Sub-ageuta
wanted through the State. Ad?re* w. s. BIS
SELL, Charleston. Also ?gents for Borne Shuttle
Hand Machine. f-5. apr-!-ir.tusamos
WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
are the best In use.
For sale on the Lease Pian, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, cr for cash, AU tanda of
Machine attachments, Needles, Cotton, (white
black and colored,) Silt. OU, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as usuaL Circulars and s amp! en of
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON, V
Genet ul "ealer In First Class Sewing ita
caines ana Material Nc. 507 King stree;,
aogn Charleston. S. C.