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She bons the cage et the window;
"If ne goes by," ehe said,
. He willhear my robin einging,
And when he lHt3 hie head,
1 shall be sitting here to sew.
And he will bow to me, I know."
The robin sang a love-sweet song,
The young roan raised his head;
The maiden turned away and blushed;
"I am a fool !" she said.
And went on bordering In silk,
The pluk-eyed rabbit, white as milk.
The jounit man loitered slowly,
By the boase three times that day;
Sh9 took her bird from the window;
"He need not look this way.;f
She sat at her piano long,
And sighed, and played a death sad song.
Bat when the day wa? done, she said,
"I wish that he would come !
Bemember, Mary, if he calls
To nkht-I'm not at home.'1
So when he rang, she went-the elf I
She went and let him in herself.
They sang fuli long together,'
Their SOURS love-eweet, death sad;
The robin woke from his slumber,
And rang out, clear and glad.
"Now go ' soe coldly said; " 'tis late;
And followed him-to latch the gate.
He took ?he rose-bnd from her hair;
While "Yon shall not :" she said;
He closed her hand within his own,
And while her tongue forbade.
Her will was darkened In th' eclipse
Of blinding love upon his hps.
Cr) 2131 ER CIA Xi NEWS.
LIYERTOO:.-Per British ship Remington-333
bags sea Island cotfon, 2943 bales upland cotton,
100 tons copper ore, 80 tons phosphate rock, 1113
bags cotton seed, 5 bales a. d 4 bandies palmetto
leaves, 3 pkgs md>e.
BARCELONA-Per Span brig Sebastian-270 bales
Nsw YOKK-Per steamship James Adger-ll
bags sea Island and 573 bales upland cotton, 82
tierces'rice, CC b.?les yarns, Ac. 25 pkgs sundries,
1947 bbls pvtatoes, 2736 boxes veget ables.
Vlie Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
SATCBOAT EVENING. May 27. 1871. i
COTTON.-The demand was limited, and, with
encouraging dispatches, the light stock Was held
strongly, f-ales about 125 bale?, say l at 14, l?at
16%, 7 at 1634,'. 33 15%, 37 at ie, 16 selections at
16%a ? lb. We quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.12%<$14%
Strict ndddhng.....'.18 @
RICK.-The market was quiet, but without
change. Sales 73 tierces of clean Carolina, say
27 tierces at 8%, 46 at f 916. We quote common
to lair at 8l,@3S'c, good 8%@9c?tt.
NAVAL STORES.-In a day or two past about
500 bbls roslriB have been sold, on a basis of about
$2 05 fl bbl for No. 3. $2 16@2 25 for No. 2, $5 25?
? for pale.
FREIGHTS. - To Liverpool, by steam direct,
Bomlaal on uplands ; via New York, %d
on uplands ; ld 03 sea Islands ; by sal ',
o-ioa on uplands, %l on sea islands. Tu
Havre nominal, coastwise-to New Fork
ey steam, xe on uplands and Mc on sta
islands; $i 25> tierce on nee;by aai!,%c* Ibo
ootton ;-9 tierce on rice: 40c V barrel on rosin ;
% ras. v M ou ?umber i |9@lo ?lion timber. 1
Boston, by sall, KC ^ lb on upland, cottor.
To Providence, by sail 15 ? M cn board?. Jil
V ? on cotton; by steam $1 V baie on New
York* rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, %z 1? rt.
on uplands; by s?'.l. $7 V M on boards; $9 on
timber; f 3 ? tcu on clay, and $3?3 50 on pnos
phates. To Bal ::more, by steam, xe * b by j
sail, $6 50@7 9 M on '-..ards; $3?S25 fl ton ci
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights frcm
Georgetown, S. C., Danen and Sar i'la River, Qa
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $li>
@12 ft Mare the ra-es on lumber and beards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling co clay bills 22%.
DOUB6T1C EXCHANGE. - The i?anks are pur?
chasing light checks on New York at nar; 5 days
% off; 10 days % off; 15 daj s - off; 20 days - off;
80 days - off. They are sellicg sight checks at %
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDCN, Moy 27-Noon.-Consols 93%. Bonds
Nsw YORK, May 27-Noon.-Governments dull,
but steady. Stocks heavy and dull. Southerns
steady.bat duh. Gold Tl%. Sterling-len* io;,';
snort 10;;. Freights quiet.
Afternoon.-tank statement shows-loans in?
crease iwo millions; specie increase one hun?
dred ihousrml: deposits increase nearly five
million and 'hree-quaners. Specie shipments to?
day nearly half a million. Money easy at 2a4.
Sterling nominally and steady. Gold n>iaii *a.
.Government* cloted steady at an % advance on
' Tennessee* and North Carolinas; others dull.
Tennessees 72>; ; new 72%. Virginias 69%; new
74>?. Louisianas 69; new 62%. Levees 70;
eights 84. Alabamas 103; Aves 70. Georgias 88;
sevens 92% -North Cand?nas 47%; new 2?%.
' Sooth Carolinas 75; new 68%. *
EveniDg.-The week's Ananda! events are un?
important. The *Joid Boom bas been tame, in
the stock Koom there have been fitful spasms of |
buoyancy but these have been confined to speen
l?tive rhares. Honey closed up very easy; lead?
ing bankers ask N'% for steillng. The
sob-treasury disbursed two end three quarter
millions fur Interest, and received over two and a
half millions, from customs; Si's 17v; 62'sll%;
4's same; .o's same; new 33%; 7's 13%; 8's 14;
40*8 9%. '
NEW ORLEANS, May 27.-Sterling nominally
23%. Sight % premium. Gold 12%.
LIVERPOOL. Muy 27.-Evening.-Cotton closed
firmer: uplands 7%a7%d: Orleans 7%; Bales 12,
000 bales; spcca'aikm and export 40OO. Monday
and Tuesday * ll; be ho,iday6.
SEW .YOEE, May 27-Noun.-cotton strong; up?
lands I7e: or.eau- 17%c sales 20t0 bales.
Evenlni.'.-Gotten firm and %c lilfcherjsales 2144
bale- at 17o.
BOSTON. May 27.-Cotton quiet; middlings
17%c; net receipts 105 bules; gross 1650; stiles 41P
BALTIMOKE. May 27.-Cotton quiet: middlings
16>4c:Bei receipts ?0 bal s; glosa 52; sales300;
NORFOLK, May 27.-Co'ton quiet ; low mid?
dlings io%e; uet receipts 2029 balead'exports
coastwise 750; ?ales 20;8tuck 3074. ? .
WIUUHGT N. May 27.-Guttun firm:'rnlddllngs
15%c: net receipts 25: espons coastwise 74; sales
68; stock 1253 baies. -
SAVANNAH, May 17.-Cottcn quirt but Urra;
midd 11 gs I5%ui6%c; net receipts 253 bales; sales
400: stick 2? 642.
ACGrSTA. May 27 -Colton opened ou the basis
or 15c foi Liverpool middling, but in response tu
favorable accounts prices strengthened, and
closed at 15%c lor Liver) ot 1 middling and 15%c
for New .Hrk middling, with hinders very firm
and light ou?riDg stuck; eales 417-bales; Teccinis
88 bale-, -
MOBILE, May 27.-Colton Bim:mlddllngl0c;nei
receipt- 673 bal s; exports coastwise 850; sales
500; bu ck IMS.;.
GALTKSTON," May 27.-Cotton firm; good ordi?
nary is%m4c: uet receipts lies; exports co-st-*
wise il C6; ' o Great Britain 3709; to the continent
I'll: sales MN*; *'o 'S 6.776.
NEW. KLI-ANS. May 27.-Cotton smog: mid
dlln? IC%c; bet receipts 886; gro.?s2763; expurte
to iluvie 3180; tu i remen ?42fc to Maaiga IOHO; to
Ureipool 21; coastwise 147; mles 4-JOO; stock
PROVISIONS AND r-KODUCE MARKLTC.
KK-W YORK May -.7-N..?>n.-Flour drooping.
Wheat nu?! corn quiet P.irk u changed. Laid
quiet. lu pemUie 62?4C. i<us-n-strained $260.
r. vening - Floor, Puutueru CKIMIIIIO IO fu lr extra
St. 3,".ii7 2".; geo lu c. nice $7 3oa9. Wheat and
cou. iin. niti gd p(.,k tiaatoft.78: Lard-xet
iieii%c. >iiv,)s?iud er. cenes atendv.
BALTIMORB, May 27.-Fiour-smail business
and um hanged. Wlient firm ami more an ive
$bl?%: d-O', e :0: tn Me $u ?0a7. OMI? uuiet
?eo:b6c. Bru, $> Sa Pork dud; mes? $16 sua
17. Bacon dull and Weaker at 7>? j?i'ai.?'c
Cholee eugar- ured hams I4al4%c;' others un?
lnirrior Codon Marketa.
. COLUMBI AT Muy 26.-Sales of cotton 160 bales
middlings lt v<;
ORANGEKUKG. May 10.-Sales doting thc
Week 85 l> des. Wc qoiie: Ord mary ll, low mitt
dung 13%. >..!<ld lllgI3%C.
UNION, May ? .-Cotton-39 bales sold during
the week Maru opeuid on Monday at 13o;
Cliwd t -d .y ..i i:>i?r? i
?HAKLO iE.'4S?) .0 Sales to-<l?y 38 bales,
atr 4.. w,r.,;,,?,! .".,8
MONTOOMKKT, ?av se-our cotton market it
' " ..>. m i> '..wiuHi'iiings I4%cts. -
SELMA. May .-Theip we>e ?alca yesterday
-?o in, din mu u .io tiuivs; ttuldlmg 14%eta. *J
Kow York Rice Market.
From the Daliy Bulletin, May ?6: BomeBtic quiet
but firm at 'tessie. Foreign in vfcry-gooa demand
anrtToll foimer rate?' obtained, thongh the offer
iogs are hbcutrequal to the call. Salea or 200 bags
Patna at 7?? c, ami 400 bagB Rangoon at7a7J?c,
the latter Tor new crop. _
From the Daly Bulletin. May 26: Business has
been fair ard prices steady, with full figures easi?
ly obtained on all choice stock. Sales or 400 bags
Rangoon at 7a7j?c; 158 oa8B Patna at 7Jiu8c, the
outarde figures tor new crop; and small lots Caro?
lina at oa9*;c.
'Kew York Hay Market.
From the Daily Bulletin. Msy 2fr: Receipts to?
day 2300 bates. The demand ls light and stocks
are accumulating. The demand is light but Drm
er prices ar? stall current. Sales are 100 bales for
Havana at si, 50 bale* ror Newbern ar ll, aud 40
bales ror Wilmington a: $1. Retail ls dnl'. straw
ls in demand and firm; 200 bales sold ror Phila?
delphia at fl 75.
Xc?v i'ork Naval^SIores Market.
From th* Journal of Commerce, Friday, May
26: Spirits turpentine for prompt delivery, ls
steadily held: Tfle supplies are very lighvino",
notwithstanding the demand from consumers is
moderate, lull late prices are obtained lu all cases.
For delivery next week much lower prices are
quoted, btu not to an extent to Induce important
business. We quote merchantable lots on spot
at 53c, with 140 bbK sold in lots at 52>ic and loo
obis, for nixt week at 50c. Rosin-the recent
free business in strain? d has brought the stock
down toa low figure, and holders a>e less in?
clined to reallze'at some advance m pi ices. Tee
fine izrades are held firmly, with nor. so mach iu
qnlry, however; sales embrace loo bbls.common
at $2 55; 301' bbls. strained at $2 65, cloting with
this price asked. The quotations are $2 75 for
So. 2; $3W ror No lr $4 25a5'W for pale; $6a
7 37 K for extra pale and virgin. Tar is held at
$2 75 for Washington. Small lots of city pitch
are selling at $2 "6. ,
Montgomery Cotton Statement.
MONTGOMERY, May 26.
Stock on hand September 1,1870. 1,575
Received pi st week. 313
Shipped past week.1.148
Shipped previously.92,892-94 040
Stock on hand May 25, by actual count...... 8,674
Columbus Cotton Market.
COLUMBUS, May 26!-Frilay, the market clos?
ed dull, nader unfavorable advices Irom New
York, salo 86 bales. The following .?re the
closing quotations: Inferior 6a9,c; ordinary lia
12c; good eudinary l3al3Hc; low middling i4?c,
and middling lfic. Sales of the week, frou .bales;
week's receipts, 16S bales, airainst 171 thc previ?
ous one, ard 231 the conespolding week last sea?
son. Shipments, 766 bales.
Stock on hand September 1.1870.1,572
Received p?.st week. 168
Shipped pant week. 766
Stock May 26. 1871. 2,997
Ontfhe week the stock nas decreased 598.
tn gusta Cotton Statemen*.
AUGUSTA, May 26.
Receipts i ri sent season to date.193. ".so
Receipt^ from Sepumi>er. 1,1869, i> May
Stock on bund September 1,1870. 1.444
Receipts sine? to date.-.193.3:9
Exports ant home consumption.18S.514
Stock ou hs nd to-day tKrlduy, 20th) t_-. ? ? c.sio
H?cci 3t? Dy tlattroatt. May %7.
UOIT1H CAKOltNA RAUKOAU.
152 bales cotton, 107. baies g-fdsytt rJb? naval
stores, 16 cars lumber. To Railroad Atfprit, VT C
Ceurtuey A co, L D MSutrssuie. W W smith, GW
Williams A co, Pelzi-r. Rialgi-rs A c. Utsey A
Kenvon, 0 Ltbenwoud, J c Maimneo, J Wltey A co,
G U Walter A co. Smltn A chapean, G S Hacker.
? Grainger, Frost A Adger, sloan & Seigulms.
H cobla A co, Staghorn, Herring A 'to. Wm c Bve
co, J Campsen A co, t? Folllu, J Ad^er A co,
KORTHEASTEK.S MAlLXOAU. .
io bales upland cotion. 451 bbls naval stores,
cars wtiod eud lumber, touacco, roue, li nee. peas,
keys nails, mdse, ic. To Frost A Adger, J Mar?
shall. Jr, Barden A Parker, Mowry A Sou. Geo W
Willmma A oo, j c Mailouce. S D Stoney, G Fo lin.
H West, c Chichis. J vvieiers, s c Railroad co,
Welling, and Kullroad Ageut.
S AVA S SAH ASrrCUAltbBSTOH BAII.XOA?.
Cotton, loo bbls rosin, live stock, mdse, Ac. To
Stem ? co. Mi s J w Faller, Pringle & Son. O ?
S O'Brien, J D Aiken. B C Webb, Jr, G ff Davis, J
C H eliassen, Barden * Parker.
Per steamship James Adger. for Now York
Mrs S Kelly Miss Kelly, Geo Holmes, A Hoover
I mann. W Tuvlor, M Davie. J Casiuare, A Webster,
A P Cherry. P McIntyre. F L Mover. J Healv. G F
Arnold. J Forest. H McEdiattan, W Sherry. H WU
m -t, Z Eddie. W Nt-heser. J Marlin. N Dooley. M
Esler. M Hip hoy, J Channon, J AViNon, A Getty, B
Nelson. J imvis, ll P Law, P D movan. D J Ker
n?n. J P Sm rh. T M Hors-y. J Murphy. J Reid. J
S Su iivaa. Hiss Richardson, J Norton, Miss Getty,
F J Donahue, W F Greene. Miss Schmiot Mrs R
Muller and live children. Mrs Peasler, A D Foet, H
W Foot, Mies Whitney, Miss Siding, Mrs J Rich?
ards, J Turton and wife, Mrs Wart worth, Miss S
Johnson, S t Dean. O Sou. hack, A S Preston. W H
Preston, w .1 Connery, W Brown, W Ford, Mrs S
T Win mg: or and maid, Mts Smith. Miss Smith, E
J H Fisher lind wife, w fcutherjansj: tl M Martin.
Mrs Dart. Hrs Van Warmer, *s W"venson. E C
Steele, J Malone, Ma-ter C Edgar, Dr Rockwell, J
Lawless, Mr.? W Stevenson and daughter. MasfVr
A Fls?er. J ll Keely. J L Ahrens. J M Rodger?.
M Bornemann. J S Polite, J Long. H Stone and
Wife. Mrs KMJfieeler, Mn-SjBaktr.Alls? Davies and
maid. Miss I, Smith, Miss T A Smith, H Burnet, E
C Fdgnr. Mr Chil ls, Capt Dennis. G B Garrett and
wl'o, M i - s williams and nurse, W Turpin M Culli?
ns ne, M Ms fruir?, A Smail, W Seabrook, Miss A
Dui can. J Al Gadsden, Miss M E Ullllard, Mrs Es
coi Mira, chi d and nurse.
Per steamship Georgia, from New York-Mr
J K Palmer, Dr ?aldwin and tamlly, A F McMillan,
Mrs Sonder, Col Crosby, Dr Drake. S M KnevaN.
J H Hunt ard wife. Mr Abrahams and wire. Miss
Hynes, A Goldstein, J J Murphy, G Tovjor. A An?
derson. A Vi Liqby, C T Aldrich, Mrs W Master, C
Wo)ringer. Mary Johnson. W Howland.
Per steamer Dictator, irom Palatka vta .lack,
eonville. Fernandina and Savnnuah-Miss J Ben?
nett. J M A rm ld. Miss P Wllaams, Miss C Wil?
liams, W A Chapman and wife. Mrs Gilchrist, Miss
Oilchrlst, Geo Gilchrist, T J SH bv, Mrs Kkg. Miss
Firzrhild. CAA len. John Crosby, Mr Hillyer. Hr
Wnw, ti Kh kerbockcr, Rev J Thompson, aud 16
Full Moon. 'Al 1 hour, 7 m.note, morning.
Lrt^r. uuarter. 9:h, 7 hours. i.5 minuter even ms.
Not? anon. 17th. t? honrs 9 minutes, evening.
I First, Quarter, :5'h. 5 hours. 24 minute*, evening.
.. \ MAY t JUNE.
SI Wwlaesd iv
4. .ID .
MAttnrjt: xx us.
OltJlBLESTOS. S. C..
....MAY 29, 1871.
Lat 32 deg JG min 33 soc. | Lon 7s deg 57 min 27 sec.
Steamship (ieorcia. Crowed New York-left 24th
Inst. Mdse. To Wagner, . niger A- CO. W A courte?
nay J K A llier A- en, M ,V .\ AjSUtiiU. J Apple, D
A ?mm , Sum hern Express co. c T Aldrich, -\ u
Abraham? l Snn-?. J JU Bowden. Armoo A Bro.
E K 'Ulf ml. U 8 Brad ?ord. Al BISHCII U H-vii
Dr liner, ll Bischoff & ca KT Brown. Wm M BI ti
* ci. O Ba. t A co. Cameron, Barkley & co, u A F
Bmcttniyer E limes ,\ c?. Tai Cater, I. ChapL-i,
w ii i h ret- ft ci. j c II c aussen, J cosgiove. L
Cohen A co J Conen. TUA W Dewees. I* Darcy.
J H Ducker, .i ? Duval A xm, G H ?? senbucli irF
Fleming A co, Edgerton-A : ichard . Fundigott,
BeueiliCl "A co. A D Fleiiiiug.J S Fairly A co, 1 L
Kulk A co, Hart A co. For.-ythe, Mccomb A co, s
F;is->. Wi.'u- ty. Co drich. Wiiicni n A co, K M
cri uk.-. Hy Getdts A ci?, D Goliistelu. C cniveley,
NA ll m. t. Mrs i.'m funkle-. J M lld en, Holuie-'s
Hi?'K lloit-i. Itnlm C Ul r ,v en, Miss K li.ias, J
II llapeolut, 1 Hyman A- io, Jwl'oros-.v. co, C il
J. biisou.C Kerrison, Ji>n*to:i. rcw? A co; Kiinek,
Wirkenden A- co, r FMuri.'y, A Johnson. W car
niitfiim. Kinsman A brus, J ll Lawton A CO, I! A
Lvngmck, w ii Lucas. Launy A Alexander. A.W
Lib-y. J l.u Z<-n. K Lallti-. L Loren z. Kil Lee. G J
Luhn. McLcy * r.ic-, W Mauhle-s n, R L M<ir Un,
Mau Kmc A co, J G Milnor A co. M F X Killen. S R
Marshal, Macaneen A Ut-i-Jcc ? ,\inuaiiii. A
bound North; same day, M miles south or cape
Lookout, passed, the Gen Barnes, ?rom Savannah;
*rB?oth Beaind beau winds. - iv -
Brig Llzabel, Tabbnti, Boston-Hdays. I?e-aud
mdse.: To M Gorasmith 4 Son,. Tia or Ice co/E R
Cowperthwalt. W J Tates, Mrs E F Jones, C Lllt
enthol 4 co. Wagener 4 MonBeea, C D Ah-ens 4
co. Col J C Chadwick, Steffens, Werner 4 Ducker,
S C Railroad AgerK, H Bischoff 4 co,.R White, D
H SUcox, John Heln9, Wm P .Russell * co, and
others. _ . , , .
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter. Palatka, via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah. -0 bales
cbtton, l lot iron, 125 empty bbls, 15 pkgs mdse.
To Ravenel 4 co, W M Lawton 4 sons, Ingraham
4 Son. R Tomllnson, Waiker, Evans 4 Cogswell, J
F Taylor 4 co, W J Corby, W M Bh*d*4 co.
French bark Intimes, Gefflot, Savannah-3
days. * Ballast. To u S Rhett s?fioS.
. AT QUARANTINE.
British brig S W Shaw, -, Barbadoe6-left 28.
May. Ballast. To B 8-Khett A Son.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. Ne*. Xork
-James Adger A co. -, , _
B^ltish;.8hlp BemlngtoDf Fowler, Liverpool-H
I Spanish bark Carmen, Battle, Barcelona-Wm
IP HalL , _, "
Spanish brig Sebastian, Casais, Barcelona-Wm
I P Hall.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. New York..
Spanish bark Carmen, Battle, Barcelona-.
Spanish brig Sebastian, Casals, Barcelona.
FROM THJ.S PORT. ' *
Steamship Charleston, Berrv, New Yoi*,
May 26, P M.
Steamship Empire, Hinckley, at Philadelphia,
I British bark Moselle, Lefeuvre, Liverpool, May
I 26-TCable. .
? * ? CLEARED FOR TJ31S PORT.
Sehr P L Smith, Robinson, at Baltimore, 25th
Sehr Sea 'Queen, Rosebrook, at Baltimore, 25tb
I May .
Sehr Hannah, Staples, at Bangor, May 23.
. MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK. May 28.-Arrived, the Geol Barnes,
Cromwell, Batavia and Darlen.
The brig J A Devereanx, Clark, rrort Boston for
Charleston, arrived at Vineyard Haven May 25.
LIST OF VESSELS
CTj CLEARED -AND SAILED FOR THIS FOBT.
Br ship Island Home. McLellan, np.April 6
Br bark Vinco, Robson, sailed._April 25
WEST HARTLEPOOL, EKG.
Br bark Kaihleen, Lester, up.May 5
Br brig Bellos),"Jones, sailed.Jan 23
The RTE Carev,-, sailed.! May 6
The Martha, Lewis, sailed.May 9
Bric J ADevereaux. Clark, cleared.May ?9
Brig LzaheL Tabbut. cleared.v.May 13
Sohr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, up.: - May 13
? fi KV VORS.
Sehr J M Morale3, Newman, up.Mar 18
sehr Queen or the South,.Byrnes, clearedrMay 17
Sehr My rover. Brown, cleared'..May 221
Sehr Hattie Coombs,-, up.May 22
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, cleared.Way 12
Sehr P L Smith, Robinson, cleared.May 25
Sehr Sea Queen, Rosebrook, cleared.May 25
Sehr Hannah, Stailes, cleared.?.May 23
ROCK PORT, us.
I Sehr Neille Doe, Richanlson. sailed.Mav 14
li * S i i ? ' ? '
Nos. 244 and 437 KING ST.
BEG TO ANNOUNCE
THAT IN ORDER
TO REDUCE STOCK.
: THEY ARE N0W OFFERING '
ALL, KINDS OP
FANCY & STAPLE
LOWER PRK THAN Eli ll.
MUST BE SOLD,
WITHOUT REGARD TO COST.
rjpJJE UNIVERSITY MEDICINES,
. PREPARED UV THE
NEW YORK MEDICAL UNIVERSITY.
COMPOUND FLCID EXTRACT OF CANCER
Cough Liuctus-Price $1
Diiauthu-tExtract, lor Epilepsy, St. Vitos' Dance,
spinal and Brain Affections-Trice $2
Catarrh Specific-Price ?2
HydratedUxVmel, tor Consumption, Bronchitis,
Whooping Bough, ac-Price $2
l'Ile tvxtract-a never lading Pile cure-Price $2.
May Apple rills, lor Dysp.-psin, Torpidity ol me
Liver Constipation. 4c.-Price ?'J cents "
Headache Pills-rrlee so ceuts
Al&alme Resolvent-au iodised eli m'ical water
superior, to Vichy, Ktsslugen, Seltzer, Ac
Five .Minute Tain Curer- Price 5!
Chemical Healing, Biood and Bone Ointment
Ethere-d Phostftiorns-Price 5-i
Liihia-r.ir tue Kidneys-price $3
Ka alp Kxiraet-the wuiuau's iriend-Price S3
Viciona Begin-unrivalled for .beautifying- the
Amaranth-rur ihe Hair-stops falllug hair-Price
Neuralgia-Rheumatic Elixir-Price $2
Fever and Amie G.obales-Pr ce $-J per box.
For saie by UK. ll. B A BR,
anr21 -No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
?FRAU'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SDRK CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mali,-posragt
paid, on receipt or price.
The Antidote ls the best remedy that can bi
administered in Mania-a-Potu, and also for al)
For sale by Dr. H. BAER.
No. isl Meeting street,
ocr? ?'-pni rnr.snnr.hi: nun*
AKNBR'S IODO F O RM
AND IRON PILLS.
For sale by DR. Ii. BAER,
jams No. 131 Meeting street.
jp ? . ? .'? E y YORK.
ON TUESDAY, MAY 30, AT 5 O'CLOCK
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1670.
j . _
ST A TE-uoo.M S ALL ON DECK.
The Splend cl New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Cmwell, Commander, will sall for
New York on TUESDAY', May-80, at 6 o'clock, P. M.
from'Pler.No. 2 Onion Wharves.
?The Fas? and Popular Steamship CHARLEb
I TON, Captain Berry, will follow, and sail on WED
I NESDAT. 7th June, at io o'clock A. M., from Pier
No. a, Union Wharves. _ _
I Through BUls of Lading given on Cotton to
LlverpobLBoston, Providence and the J>ew Eng?
land Manufacturing Towns, at the lowest mar?
ket rates. '
Insurance hy Steamers of this Line y, per oem.
For Frelfthr. Engagements or Passage, having
very Une State-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A DO, N*. 28 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharf
?pOR XE W Y O R K .
OLD LINE NEW VOKK^XD CHAULES.
ESTABLISHED 1*84 0. '
SPA CJO TS AND ELEGANT DECK. STATE KO OM;
TUE VERY FAST AND SPLENDID
Side-Wheel Steamships of this Line will sail from
Adger's Wharf, as rollows :
MANHATTAN, SATUKDAY, Jane 3d, at 5? o clock
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, June 10th, at 12
o'clock M.s .
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, Jane 17th, at 5>i
oviock p. M. .
JAMES ADGEd, SATCRDAT, Ju?e 24th, at ll
o'clock A. M,
MA*.HATfAN, SATURDAY, July 1st, at 5 o'clock
ta- insurance % percent, by this Line.
aa- Through Btlisoi Ladinc given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Pr; vJdente and the New Eng
land manufacturing towns at tho lowest marke:
rates. ' .
?y State-rooms may be secured in advance
without extra cha'ge.
For Freight -or Pasauge engagements, apply to
may24 ' JAMES ADO ER A cu.
?WEEKLY STEAM LINE-THURSDAYS-CON
NEOTING WITH FIRST-CLASS STEAM LINES
. AT PHILADELPHIA FOR BOSTON AND.
The Screw Steamship
HINCKLEY, Com man dei*,
Will be'dispatched for Philadelphia on ^fjfjffe
THURSDAY. 1st June, at 6 o'clock ?M?mm.
P. M., from Brown's North Wharf.
WThrough Bills Lading issued for Colton,
Rice and "Rosin, Ac, to thc New England Cities,
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and the principal
.Northwearern Cities. Spirits Turpentine as
ey Tue Steamers of Hus line will take Lumber
to Philadelphia on accommodating terms.'
For Freight engagements apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY.
may2f>-mwih3_ No. l Umoo Wnarf..
pOE ' BALTIMORE.
FREIGHTS ?RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING TSSUED
^fffirffi T0 ' .* i?j^fo
P HI?JADJCL I" Ul A, UOSTO.V,
ANO THE ^PFfES OF TUE NORTHWEST.
The One Steamship FALOO??- -?tnle, Cora
m ap der, wiuiafi^ror Baltimore .'.n'tHCRSDAY,
1st June, at half-past 3 o'clock-?.^-, . .
ia- i'.,dadeipuu Freignu -forward*! to -pia
city. Ly rauroaiJ'?rt.i.-i Baltimore ???fiout ?ddr*
ional! iusuratB"c*and OonshraeeaaraaSoweoa-ii
pie time ;? sample and -..;;-.their.'Gp3da from
thp R?l'rni?irr-Dopw in Phfiad?lTOhV 'r
Fer Freigut orPa,ssak'e apply to
- 'f PAUL C. TREN HOLM, Agent,
may'2&-3 _Wo. 2 union wn vrves.
Jp'OR LIVERPOOL. VIA Qtf?E^TCWrK
CARRYING THE UNITED ST^A'C?S MAlLB.
raE^LrVg?POOL AND G '^AT W E STES .V
Will dispatch one* .ef;:iu;U; fli-at-clae?; f?:i power
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
NEVADA, Capt. GREEN....:...!May 24, at 9. A M
WYOMING, Capt. WuiXNEiiAY.May 31, at 3 P M
NEBRASKA, Capt. CoAHD.June 3, at 3 P M
MINX, ir OTA, Capt. T. VV. MIKE
MANS.lune 7. nt 0.30 A M
IDAHO, Carr. TRICE.June 14, at 3 P M
MANHATTAN, Capt. FousYTU..June K, at 3 P M
*:OLOR\llO,Capt.T.F.FRKEiiiN.June ?a, at 3 PM
WJrSOONSiN.-Cap?. Wusnxs..June ??, at ?2-P M
rabin Pns?rige $80. gold. '
Steerage Passage (Onice i,"c. 23 Broadway) $30,
currency.* rTl VS I * ?vT V
For Freight or Coldn Passage, apply io
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street. N. Y.
N. P.-Through Bilis Lading to Liverpool issued
hy theChaTl?ston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with Hie abovu line.
For particulars and rat . of Frci. ht apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER. HUGER ft CO.,
maje Or WM. A. COURTENAY
JpACUyiO 1LUL ?TEAM?r}WP COA1P?'!
niKOL'OB LINK TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN
FAKES G HEATLY K?DCCED. .
Steamers ol the above lice ?eave Pier
No. 42. North River, foot nf CaualJ_
.rrcet. N?v.- York, at 12 o'clock noon, ol tliu mn
.nil ;;.'H: ol every mouth (except wiieu tiie>t
laies fallon Suniuty. tim: the saturday prcrai
. All dejiannrest?ioniicer. ?*i. Panama Wit! ntearp.
r-rs tor South Pncillv and centra! American ports.
Departure of Util louciies ul. King.-ton. Jamaica.
For Japan and Clim .. s; earner.-; leave san Pratt
eisco ural of every month, except when it fails on
monday; Hu n on thc day preceiliug,
"so cuiiforuut steatuera rouen ?: Havana, bu
.:o direct from New Yuri" to AspiHwall.
;- Iinmired peui?ds l?iumngeiree in each adoli
JV hriue and attendance Iree.
. :? l'a*?ure Tickets or other luformatton lippi
tl ti:c COMPANY'S WOK ET "SKI . on lin
whnrl foot of t&uai -ree". NnrrhRiver.Ne?
l. it. HA BY, Agent.
juijiu-ivr : .
ITOU. SOUTH EDISTO, J'EAUFOBT AND
Tne Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain _ -jr**.
.!. vv. rjjy; %vii; leave Central ^'ht>rlmwSkmkw%
OivEdisto, Beaufort and Paciilc Lauuing. .-very
MONIST MORNINB. ai o'clock, and for Beaufort
and Piirn?c Landing ewy THURSDAY HORSING,
at 8 o'clock. Returning, trill leave r-canfort irvety
russDAY ami FRIDAY MORANG, at s o'clock, and
win leave Edisto every TUSOOAY, at 3 o'clock.
P- M. , j. l). AIKEN.
W O B. jr L O R I D A, * i
The steamer DICTATOR, captain
L M. Coxeiter, will leave southern,
wimrf ....?< tfioj-,- KV 1 vu. ar .30 o^k,
(UOtli further notice,) for Jacksonville, Fern?n-'
dina and 1'alatka, Arriving WICK at Chane* on
tVi rv " ATURDAY AFTHRBUOS*.
wayii KAVENEL A CO., Agents,
O? L I VB R F O ? t ,
The fine American Bark ANNIE KIM
BALL. C. G. M. Simeon, Master, navlngSBHt
the greater, portion of her cargo encaged and
going on board, will men with dispatch,
lor further Freight engagem-mts apply to
W. B. SM ITH A CO., ?
may 20-1 '_Isapler's Range.
-pOK ED1ST0, ENTERPRISE AND .WAY
INLAND ALL THU WAY
The Steamer WATER LILY, Will
receive Freight at south AtiantlCi_
\vhar! on MOKDATS and THDRSD?.TS, aud leave as
Tuesday. 28d, at.9 'A. M.
P.May, 28th, at.ll A. M.
Tuesday, 30th, at.1 . P. M.
Wednesday, 24ib, at.,."H A. M.
Saturday, 27th, at.8>i A. M.
Wednesday, 3lst, at.13 M.
For Freight engagements or passage apply on
board or to DODGI?AS NISBET,
South Atlantic Wharf. .
N. B--Freight and Wharfage payable on- the
Until further notice, the Steamer
EMILIE. Captain 0. 0. WhUe, will,
leave Charleston every WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at s
o'clock, and Georgetown every FRIDAY MORLING,
at 8 o'clock. .
For engagements apply on-board, at Commer?
cial Wharf, or to
SHACKELF?RD A'KF.LLY, Agents,.
may20 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
OR LAKE SUPERIOR.
ATLANTIC, DULUTH AND PACIFIC LINE.
one ofthe Splendid Steamers METFOR. INDIA,
PACIFIC. COBCRN, ATLANTIC, JAPAN, KEWEE
HAW, ARCTIC, Cli INA snd ST. PAUL, will leave
B?rlalo dally (except Fridays and saturdays,) at
3 P. M., Erle the next m' rnfbg, Cleveland the
same night, and Detroit at 10 P. M.. daily, (ex?
cept Sundays and Mondays, i for .DULUTH and in?
termediate LAKE SUtfJiRlOR 1*0HTS.
Connections nrc 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 RaU
road for the Ked River Country.
Excursion Tickets, AT GRKATLT REDUCED RATES.
w.ll be issued by all prmclpal Railroads io sr.
Paul by this rt ute, retnrning via. all rall. Or by
Rall Routes to St. Paul and Duluth, returning via
Duringjhe months of June, July and August.
EXCURSION TRIT-S will be made via the North
Shore of Lake Superior, visiting the Silver Mines,
Fort William, Grand Portage, Ac.
For fmther Information, apply to
B. F. PATRICK.
General Passenger Ace?i;, Buffalo, N. Y.
E. T. EVANS. Manager A. D. and P. Line. -
S. D. CA Lp WK LL, General Manager U. S. Co.
Q HP BO KB E S PB IN G'S, *
EIGHT MILES ?R0M SPARTANBURG C. H., S. C.
Hotel will be opened for visitors ist Jone, 1S71.
The table will be provided with the best the coun?
try atrords. Board per month ?30; per week $12;
per day $2 5\
Hacks run dally to the Springs from Spartan
burg. The water ls chalybeate. Has proven etti
cacieus In curing Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia,
Kidney Diseases, Gravel,- Droper,'Diarrhoea.
Cutaneous Atreotlorw?, Chill and Fever, and many
rx her ills of a kindred nature. Mineral and Free?
stone Baths. R. c. uLlVKU, Proprietor,
may23-tuth7* Spartan on rg c. H.. S. C.
JJO! FOR THE MOUNTAINS!
CESAR'S HEAD HOTEL,
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS,
JOHM McD. CARSON. Proprietor, ls now open,
and ready for the reception or guests. Having
made.many improvements as to.iccotnmo -anons,
r. ads, Ac, and seeurtd an erllc eut corps' or ser?
vants,- Including Laundresses, the Proprietor
hopes to merit a continuance cf thc liberal pa
trnnuge extended to him the las : season.
RATES OP BOARD.-1'er Jay, $2; per week. $10;
per month. $32._may22-io4
AIKEN PREiLllIlI LAND SALE
$100,C?O to be Distributed to Shareholders.
FIVE DOLLARS will purchase a Share, including a
Work of Art worth FIVE DOLLARS.
The Deroy Farra Property to be distributed em?
braces the Largest Vineyard and Oren a rd" in the
UNEQUALLED CLIMATE \, PEACEABLE COUN?
TRY I GENEROUS sOrL I
The salubrious and health-giving climate of
Aiken has given it the natue of "Tue Saratoga ol
$05,000 tn Premiums presented to Shareholders.
$ioi .ooo in Real Estate and Greenback Prizes to
be distributed to Shareholders.
94 heal Estate Prizes, worth troon $300 to $25,000.
522 Greenback Prizes, from $5 tu $1000.
ONLY I9,ooo SHARES WILL BE ISSUED.
ONE SHARE IN EVERY THIRTY-ONE WILL
DRAW A PRIZE.
Tills Real Estate Property, conveyed by Deed of
Trfht to the committee who ara to condutt thc
DRAWING, is to be* transferred by them to the
FORTUNATE SHAREHOLDERS .is soon a> (he re?
maining Shares are sold.
The Drawing w.ll take place according to the
TUE DAY OF THE DRAWING
will lie announced by Telegram to the Associated
A sm ?1 Sum Invested now may secure a For?
Every Sharelto'der may rest ntsnrred of equnl
Justice, and that mis Scheme, unlike many others,
IS "FAIR, SQUARE AND HONEST."
Money received after tho Books are closed will
be promptly returned. For Hill particulars, a
embraced In revisen pamphlet, address
.J. C. DEKBY, G-. ncrid Manager,
mays Key Box.No. 334, Augusta, Ga.
JsaursiiVs Pr?parations. .
DJ3ATH TO RATS?
NEVER KA I LIN-j.
COXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTilEK>
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold af- Wholesale ^y
DOWTE. MOISE .fc DAVIS.
And nt retail hy nil Druggists. febi-bai"
' WEED" FAMILY FAVORITS LOCK-STITOL;
are the best in usc.
For sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay
mcntB, on easy terms, or ror ce.sh. All tina* ot
Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, (white
black and colored,) Silk, Oil, s-os.p, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples o'
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
Oeneit: dealer In First Class Sewing ats
chines ana Material, No. 307 Kim; stree;.
angl7 'V-iarleston. s. fl
HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL.
i 'ASK ELL'S CARBOLIC CANCER SALVE,
For Hale by DR. H BA ER,
may25 No. 131 Meeting,street.
?rano #ri;c tDistr?bnlion.
f TO BE
LAM) MD IMMIGRATION .MWI.
References in South Carolina :.
Genera: WADS HAMPTON, General JOHNS. PRESTON, Hon. B. P. PERRY, Hon. W. D. "SIM""S?5N,
Governor M. Ii. BONHAM, ANDREW SIMONOS. Esq.. General JOHNSON HAGOOD. Hon G. A~
TKENHOLM, Bon. ATUMISTEAD BURT, Governor J. L. MANNING, Hon. JAMES CHESNDT, Hon. J. ?j.
References in New York City :
AUGUST BELMONT A CO.. Bankers; MORTON, BL'SS A CO., Bankers; Hon. CHARLES O'CONOR^
Counsellor-at-Law: Hon. JOHN E. WARD. Conosellor-at-Law; Hon. HOGER A. PR YO K, Connsellor at
Law; Colonel RICHARD LATHERS. T. A. HOYT, Esq.. President Gold Room; HUNT, THOMPSON A
CO., Factors; ANDERSON, STAjtR A CO., Merchants; POTOS A CO., Merchants; F. ZOGBAUM A
$500,000 TO BE AWARDED TO THE TICKET-HOLDERS OF THE.
SERIES OF CONCERTS TO COMMENCE ON THE FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1-871, AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
CHARLESTON, S. C., ON WHICH DAY
THE DRAWING COMMENCES.I
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION. UNDER THE AUSPICES
ol the "South Carolina state Agrlou-tnral and Mechanical Society," will give a series of concerta
at the. Academy of Music. Charleston, S. C., commencing October 1st, 1871, for the purpose
or raising a fund to ?nable Emlgrauts to settle upon lands selected by the Association ror Homes
of Northern and European Farmers and others, in the State or South Carolina, and for their
transportation thither and support for the lrst year.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AND NO MORE,
AT FTVE DOLLARS EACH.. .
ALL THE PREMIUMS. INCLUDING DEED AND CERTIFICATE OF TITLE TO ACADEMY
OF ML".-If. will'be deposited wita the National Bant, or the Republic, New york.
$500,000 I1V GII^TS !
1st Girt-ACADF.MY OF MUSIO, Charleston, S. C., cost to build $230,000, having an annual
rental of about $20,000, from Opera I loose. Stores and Halls; the building being
about 230 .'oct by 60 leer, and situated corner or King and Market streets, In the
centre of the city, und well known to bc the finest building and most valuable
property in Charleston, valued at....!.._.'...9350,000
2d Girt-Cash....*.. 100,000
3d Gift-Cash..'. 25,000
4!h Gift-Cash.* 10,000
5tfi Girt-Cash.'.. SjOOO
25 Gifts-Cash-each SrOCO. as,00O
SS Gif ts-Cash-each $500....'...v..'..' 19,500
3S0 Girts-Cash-each $100. 35,000
250Giris-Cash-each $"50. 13,500
500 Girts-Cash-each $25.'.'.. 13,500
1250 Gilts-Cash-each $10.'.. 13,500
2404 Gifts, amounts to.?..t.9500,000
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GABY & CO.,
Agents S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
General M. C. BUTLER,. )
JOHN CHADWICK, Bsa., \ ? CHARLESTON, S. C.
General M. W. GARY, J
AGENTS WANTED-LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED.
Commissioners and Supervisors of Drawing: c
General A. R. WRI BHT, of Georgia. ^ ?
General BRADLEY T.,JOHNSON, ol' Virginia.'
. .. Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South-Carolina.'
"Hon. ROGER A. PliYOB, ol New Yorfe. ' .
A FAIR ASD COM M: XDJS DA BLE SCHEME L
. * CBARLK?>TON. S. C., May-, 1871.
Wi- titke Pleasure In certifying that we are acquainted with General M. C. BUTLER. JOHN
CHADWICK, Ksq.. aud Genera! M. W. GARV, or the firm or BUTLER, CHADWICK GARY A CO., and
Know tm-m to be pom it-men of Integrity, and we regard ihe object they have of assisting Immigrants
bi honran south Carolinanf g cai importance to the state as well as to the. immigrants, and we
h ive every cou ll d euee Hint Meir entarpiisc wi.-1 be carried ont with fairness and honesty to all par?
CEO. A. Trtrcs'noLM, I. w. HAYNE.
lt. H. LL* "LEuGE, A. G. MAGKATH.
JAMB'S CONNER TH OS. Y. SIMONS,
JAMESX. i KINGLE. HENRY BUIST,
.r.-l.tOnv s WILMOT 0. DsSAUSSURE.
Jl?acni?icrp, CaBimgfB? Sit.
jg S T k li ' H I S ll ri I? 1 S i 4 .
P Il IE N ! X 1R0 N XV 0 lt K 8 .
JuHN F. TA Y LO il &. CO.,
(Si:ccus>oi3 io Cameron ? Cf-..)
EXijlXEEBn. l?UiLE.l-MAKERS. 4 c, Ac.
Comer East lia; and Pritchard srreets, near the
Ut y Dock,
y, .\ s v v A c r un os or
.STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Mjnne. Stationary and Portable. .
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERT
Shutting. PiillC.v* and dearing
Iron PriHiifl fur Bandings
Caailnsd ol every kuid in Iron or Crass
Knrgingsoi every description.
enr On.nr.nuce to ntrutsh EniHn?? and Honer
of as good iiimiii; and iK>tver. and at'as low rute*
as eau ne had ?II New ?oric, tatllliauGH or Phil
JUDSON'S CELEI'.IJATKD CO VERNOR AND STor
V'AI.VrTS, whlcli arc put on all Encln?s mad:; at
mr Rrpnl s iir??mp!ly attended to.
nv.e ?!< lufi'.mt sn.tc
JU ST ll ? ? E I V E D ,
CARBOLATE OF LIME, the best Dlsinfec:att
and destroyer of Rats. M ce Bugs. Cockroacne-,
Ac. A small quantity placiCd where they frequent
.?viii at once du per-e them.
Pendleton'.-? Panacea, or Vegetable Pain Es
A fresh supplv ol Fiemlnir'.t Worm Confection
ihe most reliable in nae
Also, a fronn supplv i f SEAL OLEUM. the gr*?
?eraedy for Rheumatism.
For ade. wiiole-ale and retail, by
ld. ll. BABB,
may30 No. Lil Meeting street.
Qrngs, Criernuals, &z.
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood/
ROSAD ALIS, a sure cure fojv
. Scrofula. /
ROSAD ALIS, endorsed by
ROSAD ALIS, a potent reme dy
ROSAD ALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSAD ALIS, the best Altera
ROSAD ALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR. ofBaltiinore.
Dr. T. C. HUGH, ol Baltimore. *
Dr. THO:?. J. COlfKIN. of Ballimore.
Dr. A. DGRC.vN. of Tarboro'. N. C.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, of Nichoiasvlle, Kr.
Dr. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima. Ohio.
Dr. u\ u:)r.LOWA\. of Pluladelp!i:a.
Dr. J. L. McuARTHA, of South carolina,
ami many ntners. See ROSADAL1S Al.MANA O
endorsed by Rev. DARSEY BALL, now of Mary
.and conference, formerly Chaplain in :hc Con?
istierais AI my of Northern Virginia.
;s Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acts at
one and vhc same time-Hpou the BLOOD, LIVER,'
KiDNBVaauu ali the SECRETORY oRCANS. ex?
celling ali impure maleer ttiid building up t.Lp.
HVjiem to a healthy, vigorous eoudiiion.
IS SOLD BY ALL ' DRUGGISTS.
DOV.'IE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
flOODRlCH. WINEMAN ft CO.. \ Agents In
Ur. li. BASK, ) Charleston.
JTIHE GREAT GERMAN REMEDIES.
Professor LO CIS WUND RAM'S BLOOD PUR!
.-'VINO AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (In PUls oe
Powders,) for the cure of ali Acute or Chronic
Jijeases, resulting from Impure blood and Huffer
Also, the loilowlng Medicines by the same (Prc.
ctsor Louiri Wuudram, Brunswick, Germany :;
Toothache Di ops.
Herb Tea (for Dyspepsia .md Nervousness.)
Khenmatte ll^rti Tea,
Wand wassel >iue German .W?n Killer.)
For sale by dr. H. ? A ER,
mav*> So. 131 Moorine s tra nt.
fjl H E CELEBRATED
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
A reliable and Invaluable remedy in COLIC,
CHOLERA INFANTDM, Dysentery, Dlarhcea, and
*ue!i' other diseases us children are subjected to
I iring the period of Teething.
Thl? Cordial ts manuiacturcd from the best
Grags, all ?arefuliy selected, and contains no ln
lUilous Ingredient. No family should be without
t. The besx Physicians have reen mn. ended lt,
md Mothers may administer it with perfect con
I] den cc.
It contains no Opium or other Anodyne.
Manufactured by DB. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. isl Meeting street, charleston.
Price 25 cents a bottle. Tue usual discount to
just received a full assortment of HOMOOPA
1'HICMEDlclNE.s: Tinctuies, Pellets and Poir?
iers, of ?lOVrem potencies.
sugar ol Milk and Globules, at wholesale.
Family cases oiled at reasonable raies, by ^
DR. H. BAERT
mayl5 J?o. 131 Meeung street.