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PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Vir
b ales cotton, 4* tierces rice, 477 bbls na'
102 bales domestics and goods, 1 tons
8 7 orates g nen peas, and 42 pkg* sondri
The Charleston Cotton, Ric? an
% atores Market?
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEW
FRIDAY EVENING, April 19, 1
COTTON.-There was a steady and ra
demand for tbis staple, the market si
firm and unchanged character, with 1
ported prices. Sales about 650 bales,
19c, 4 at 20,3 at 20X. ll at 21, 4 at 21X. !
63 at 2i v, 172 at 2i JV, isa at 22, 94 at i
22X, 2S at 2?X. 22 at 22Xc We quote:
Ordinary to goed ordinary.20 ?
Low middlings.22 <t
BICK.-There was a better feeling m th
for this gram. Sales 43 tierces of. clean ?
ria: 18 tierces at 8X, 28 at 8Xc ^ ib. T
common co fair at 7X@8c; good 8X@8Xc
NATAL STORES. . - Receipts 51 casks spirit!
One, MO bbls rosin. Spirits turpentine o,
66X0, and closed at 67c, with all the stoc
market taken up. Rosins wt re not so fir
from New Fork Indicating a decline
grades. Sales about loo bbls, on the basis
for window glass, $8 for extra pale, 17<?
pal?, $6 76@*7 for low pale, $5 76@$ef<
No i, $s? 18 for duU and opaque, $3 for s
and $2 76 for good strained. Crude tm
may be quoted at $6 for virgin, $4 for
dip, and $2 76 for hard.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by Bteam dlrec
Halon uplands, nommai on sea islands;1
-York, sd on uplands, vd on sea islands;
Xd on uplands, on sea islands nonna
. Havre-on uplands. Coastwise-to New
?team $2 on upland? and - on sea Island!
fi tierce on rice; by sall Xe ^ ft on cottoi
tierce on rice; 60c fi barrel on rosin; $8 .
. l nm ser; $10 f M on Umber.. To Boston, 1
Xo f n on upland cotton; rosin 63c; r>
taff $9 60910 60; phosphate $5@5 60. To
dence, .by sall $9 f M on boards, Xo f
cotton; by steam $1 f bate on New York
To Philaielpbla, by steam $2 f on <
by sail, $8f if on boards; $9 60@10 on timi
per ton en clay, and $3a$8 60 on phosphat
Baltimore, by steam xe f ft by san, $6 61
M on boards; $s@s 60 on timber; $j
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are I
maud by our merchants to take lumber fi
from Georgetown, s. c., Dar?an and Sauna
Ga,, aud Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
and $I0@12 f Bf are the rates on Inmbc
EXCHANGH.-sterling 60day bills 20X
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks pm
eight checks on New York at par, and sell at
J?arhei? by Telegrapn.
Noon.-Consols 92X. Bonds MX.
Noon.-Speele Increased 6, ooo ooo francs,
tes 65f 27c.
- - NEW YORK, April
Noon.-Freights Arm. Stocks Arm. Gold si
at ns-. Money Arm at 7. Exchange, loni
aboi i io. Governments Arm and Bteaay.
Evening.-Money closed 6a7. Sterling i
active at 9*a9*. Gold HXallx. Governn
strong at x*X better, states -dui and steai
Noon.-Cotton firm; uplands ll san vd,
leans nxalixd. Sales lo.ooo bales; sales o'
week 89,000; export 8000; ?peculation 13
stock 789,000, American 338.000; receipts es
american 81,000; actual exports 70OO; stocka
461,000, American 156.000.
Evening.-Cotton dosed dull; uplands li
llXd; orleans lixalixd. Manchester adi
Uss favorable. ' "
. " NEW YoBJC-Aprll i
. Noon.-Cotton opened quiet but steady:
landa 28X0, orleans 24; sales 747 bal a.
Evening.-Oettoa weak: sales 1108 bales;
lands 23s ; Orleans 24. Sales or cotton rmi
to day ooo bales, aa follows: April 23 l iea2
' EP Jnne 23XS28X; July 24; Am
28X; September 22Xa2? 616; October 20Xaa
?s? - PBOVTDKNCB, April 1
' Net receipts for the week 233 bales; stcok 17,
" "? ? " BOSTON, April li
. Ne t receipt s of cotton 139 bales, gross 325; sa
.400; Btock 16.600; net receipts of the week 5
grass 8318; salea 2400.
PHILADELPHIA, April 19
Net receipts of cotton lor the week 210 bk
gross 1142. .
' " BALTIMORE, Apriru
Cotton quiet and Arm; middlings 23xc; :
receipts 46 bales; gross 47; exports coast?
835; sales 420; stock 11,113; net receipts or t
Week 2378; proes 3030; exports to Great Britain
coastwise 1825; sales 1120, to spinners 760.
' CITY POINT, April lfl
Cotton-receipts of the week 480 bales.
? . NORFOLK, Ap- ll io
Cotton-net receipts 455 balea; exports coa
wl?e 46; sales loo; stock 2319; wekly net receli
3231; exports coastwise 3440; saiea 66'.
WILMINGTON, April 19
Cotton quiet; middlings 22-cta; net receipts 1
bales; exports coastwise 169; sales 26; stock 241
^reekly net receipts 604; exports coastwise 121
SAVANNAH, April 19.
Cotton-net receipts 804 bales; exports ?o Gre
Britain 4128; to continent 2165; coastwise li
sales Koo; stock24,753; weekly receipts 6636; e
ports to Great Britain 6213; to continent 614
coastwise 2i21; sales 4(35.
' AUGUSTA,-April I?.
Receipts 155 bales; sales 300; atook 1871,20,32
1872,8151; weekly receipts 838; st ck io, 28.
MEMPHIS. April 19.
Receipts 9:3 bales; stock 1871, 16.886; 187
SO/47; weekly receipts 4839; shipments 6792; salt
, MACON. April 19.
Cotton, stock 1871, 6660 bales; 1872, 832; wetkl
receipts ITS; shipments 1483.
MONTGOMERY. April 19
Cotton, weekly receipts 158 balee; shipmen!s sit
COLUMBUS April 19.
Cotton, weekly receipts 100 bale*; shipment;
1143; Eal ea 650; spinners 160.
SBLMA, April 19.
Cotton, stock 1671, 2979 bales: 1872, 1814; weeklj
receipts 260; shipments 435.
. NASHVILLE. April 19.
Cotton, stock is?!. 6127 .bales; 1872. 7122; ne
receipts for the week 780; shipments 235.
- . MOBILE, April 19.
Cotton, net receipts 291 bal? s: exporis coast'
' wiseQSO; salf-8 600; stock 23,456; net receipts ol
the week 1755; exports to Great Britain ?666:
Continent 69J; coastwise 980; sales or the weeli
NEW ORLEA>P. April 19.
Cotton Arm; net receipts 4379; g oss 4975; ex.
pons to Liverpool 7207; coastwise 70S; sales sauo:
stock 112,265; net receipts of the week 18,803;
gross 20,812; exports to Liverpool 35,317; Havre
8280; Hambu K 1126; Barcelona 2163: coastwise
8244; sales 22.000 bales.
.iii GALVESTON, April 19.
Cotton-net receipt-? 109; sales 250; stock 16 214;
net receipts of the week 940; exports coastwise
1498; cou Unnet 455; sales 2810 bales.
PROVISIONS Ai>D PRODUCE MARKETS.
. . LONDON, April 19-Evening,
y. Tnrpentine 48s to 49s.
NEW YORK. April 19.
Noon.-Flour 5al0: better. Wheat 2a3c better.
Corn la2o better. Pork steidy ; mess 513 26ai3 37.
Lard dall and 11 baye s' favor; steajn 9?B9VC
Turp?n ;lne Arm at 69a69Xc. Roslu quiet and Arm
at $8 62X for strained,
livening.-Flour more active; fair to extra $7
. eoa9; good to chulee $9 U5a.ll "0. Whiskey un?
changed. Wneat la2c better; winter red Western
$1 70at 77 Com lo better. Klee nuiliat 8Sa9vc.
Pork hf avy at $18 25A18 35. Laid a abade easier.
Na vais Arm.
BALTIMORE, April 19.
Flour active and Arm. Wheat Arm: no receipts
or-sales. Corn, white and yellow eea67c; mixed
Western strong; sales of 20 000 busnels at 65c.
Oats steady. Provisions dull -aud unchanged.
Whiskey quiet at 87 xe.
_ CINCINNATI. April 19.
Flour aad corn stead v. Pork dull auu uoset
Ued. Lard drooping nt 8??a8Xo. Bacon dnil and
unchanged. Whiskey 84.
New York Naval Stores Market.
r NEW YOKK. Aptil 18.
. jne Bally Bulletin savs: Receipts to day, 3254
obla rosin. 24 bbls soli its turp?n ine, 69 bbls tar.
spirita mrpeuttne com mae t ? advance under a
lair demand and closes very strong and at 68c for
?iSr??iihh?S Vr'e.r- Sale9 100 ""N to arrive at
KS , . ?, arr,ve Mt Wc-1?? bbN from yard
and wharf ?t67o. W5br.it at 67? and 77 bbls at
ese. ^^W^^^X^X^SSS. A
iarge lot was offered to dav ai $3 62x. but not
??ken. We now 0> boin No. 1 at $6 50 Tar
remains ?lull ajid without material change Sales
Ot 25 bois Washington at $3 6J. Piton Arm at
Interior Cotton Marketa.
YOEKVILLB, April 17.
Cotton ls selling at I7a20o.
CHARL- 'TTE. April 15.
The market during the week just past has rued
quiet and steady. he Bile-i tiav--b-en naru, cora
prixmg-il grad>s, amoami g toni bales. The
prices, ace rdina co grade, very n arly the same
as noticed at the close or last week vis: Otdtnary
18 Kc. good . rd mary 20c, low middling 2lr, and
good style 21XC
GREENVILLE, April 17.
Cotton opened HUB morning at 20xa20Xc.
ANDERSON, April 17.
Sales for the weet: ending to-day 57 bales.
Prices this afternoon range from 20 to 20??c
New York Rice market.
Nsw TORE, april 18.
The Dally Bulletin says: -For rorelgn the call
has been fair, ronner prices obtained, and the
market generally ruled steady, with very good
offerings, however. Domestic in light demand
and somewhat unsteady. Sales of 850 bags Ran?
goon at 6j<a7XC 160 bags Patna at 7Xa7Xo, and
40 tierces Carolina at 8xa9c.
New York Vegetable Market.
Nsw TORE. April 17.
The Tribune or Wednesday say.-: Southern
stuffs begin to arrive, a few green peas coxing
both from savannah and Charleston. They sold
at $10 per bush crate. The Florida crop ls over.
Asparagus has also been received from Charles?
ton, and lt begins to make Its appearance from
Virginia, the first Bellin g at fl 50 per bunch. A
Bermuda steamer ls due to-night with tomatoes,
potatoes and onions. The last onions sold at $6
per bush crate. Jersey peachblows and early rose
potatoes do not sell aa well as those from the
North. Shipments of potatoes last week 1370
bb ls. We quote: Potatoes, rose, per bbl $2 26a
8;peachblows, red, $2 60a2 75; do white $2 coa
2 76; Prince Albert $1 75a2; Monitor and Goodrich
$l26al60; Jackson $1 60al76; Dyrlght |1 50a2;
sweet Del. $4&4 50; onions, red and yellow, $2 26a
2 50; onions, white, $4a5; turnips, Russia bbl $2a
2 26; cabbages, per loo $6*8; tomatoes, Ber., crate
Nsw TORE. April 18.
The Daily Bulletin, of.Thursday, Bays: There ls
a good demand for most klads of potatoes, and,
with but moderate supplies, prices continue
firm. Our quotations are in bulk; In shipping
order soc per barrel must be adoed. We quote as
follows: $2 60a3 per barrel for peachblows; $2 60a
8 per bbl ror early Rose; $2a2 26 for early
Goodrich; $1 76a2 per bbl ror Dyrlghts; $1 60a
1 75 per bbl ror Jackson > whites ; $1 76a2 ror
Prince Alberts. Sweet potatoes 83 76ai 25 ror
Delaware kiln-dried. Vegetables are In small sup?
ply and firm. We quote : Garrote J3a350 per
bbl; radishes $546 per loo bunches; cabbages $ioa
12 per 100; celery $1 59a2 per dozen; Russia tur?
nips $2 25a2 60 per bbl; white do $2 50; parsnips
$3, and squashes scarce at about $6a7 for any
kind; onions $2 60 ror red, and about $5a7 per
bbl ror white; sprouts $3 per bbl; spinach $5 per
bbl; lettuce $9 ror Boston and $6al0 for Long Is?
land per 100; rhubarb $14 per 100.
Receipts by Railroad. April 10.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
215 bales cotton, 68 bales goods, 08 bblB naval
Blores, 195 casts clay, 80 bbls flour, 1 car stock.
To Railroad Ageat, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Geo H
Walter A co, Kinsman A Howell, T P Smith, W C
Dukes * co, O Lelbenrood, A J Salinas, Witte Bros,
Caldwell A Son, Roach A Monett, A S Smith, Geo
W Williams A co, M Goldsmith A Son, P A Ohazal.
T T Chapeau A co, W O Bee A co. W W Smith, A
B Mulligan, W O Courtney A co, W K Ryan.
Per steamship James A a ger, from New York
W N Stebbins, H W Seo viii, Mrs L T Jennings, R
H Southgate, Mrs Southgate, Master Fred Kemp,
E Pelf rans, Mrs E Pelfrans, Master Pelfrans; Boot
Welsch, J W O'Kane, w H Bahey, Mrs Balley. W
R Peters, C Watkins, W F Dunlap. Wm Nichols, J
Nlch' ls, S G Bonn, O WolOnger, W R Richmond,
C M Brown, H Flowers, and two steerage.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, s O
Miss Middleton, Mrs P R Lachlcotte, children and
nurse, Mrs Tunno. Miss Tunno, Mn Frost, chil?
dren and nurse. Miss Pringle, Mrs Duncan aud
child, o Alston, Sr, W J Sineatb, A Strong, James
Hughes, A !. Eins, and 17 deck.
New MOOB. 7th. 7 hours. 18 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 16th, 4 hours, 62 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 28d. 8 hours, 18 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 30th, 8 hours, 2 minutes, morning.
a. a s.
ftf.f RISE NEWS.
CHARLESTON, B. C.APRIL 20, 1872.
iAt 82 deg 46 min 88 seo. | Lon T9 deg 67 min 27 sec
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. New York,
- noora to the bar. Mose. To James Adger A
co, Southern Express co. M A A Ashton, D A
Arame, 0 D Abrens A co, J Apple, A il Adger, J
Archer, Adams, Damon A co, Mrs H Armstrong,
G W Aim ar, T M Br ls toll & co, H Bischoff A co, B
Boyd, Bollmano Bros, Edw bates A co, L Cohen
A co, G A Bowna in, Wm M Bird A co, H R Banka,
W S Bisseil, Mrs M J Booth, Crane, Boylaton a co,
Jno camp-en A co, W H Chatee A co. Cameron,
Barkley A co, Chase A Cuttlno, City Raliway co,
G S Cook, Mrs E Conlon, L D Mowry A Son, Daily
News. Cowle, Moise A Davis, A W Eckel A co
IL Falk A co. John S Fairly A co, DF Fleming
A co, S Pass. Furchgott, Benedict A co, B Foley,
0 Graveley. C H G li dd en, D Goldstein A Son. F S
Holmes, J H Hillen, N A Hunt. A Illing, O E A AS
Johnson, Johnston, Crews A co, Kinsman Bros, C
L Kornbarena, Kllnck, Wlckenberg A co. N M
Klein, T Kelly, O Kerrison, F Kressel, Jr, Ladd,
Martin A Mood, Wm McKay, PF Murrav, Mrs O
Luzus, J H Lawton A co, C A Lengolck, John W
Linley, M Lahrs, M Marks, E W Marshall A co.
WA Mertens, Mc Loy A Rice, Wm Matthleise ', W
Marscher, C Lltschgl. J C Ogermann. Menke A
Muller. P B Lalane A co, B O'Neill, D O'Neill A
Sons, O L ns ten dora, F L O'Neill, D O'Neill, Edw
Perry, O F Pankoln, C P Poppeoheim, N M Por?
ter, D Paul A co, Ravenel A co, R Roth, Wm P
Rassell A co, E B Stoddard A co, Sell A Foster, D
H sile JE, Wm Schroder, steele A Wardell, John
F Taylor A co. A Sachtleben, Shackelfurd A Kelly,
Steffens. Werner A Ducker. R Tomllnson A co, M
?riest, Tbomaa A Lanneau, s H Wilson A Bro, P
P T?ale, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, A L Tyler,
P Wlneman A co, W J Yates, Mrs M J Zernow,
Sehr Pan! A Thompson, Godfrey, Baltimore-6
lays. COLL To H F Baker A co.
Sehr Minnehaha, Swinton, Combahee. 2850
cashels rough rles. To W 0 Bee A ca
Steamer Emilie White, Georgetown. S C.
15 tierces rice, mdse and sundries. To Shackel
ord A Kelly, N Emanuel, W K Byan, Menke A
duller, Fraser A Bill. J K Pringle A Son, L Cohen,
1 Mazyck. Chas' Lengnlck, Coben, Hanckel A co,
"roar, Adger A co, B F Huger, E G Hume.
A schooner said te be the Mary Limeburner,
rom Roesport, and a schooner unknown.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-w
Sehr E A Hooper, Hooper, Philadelphia via Jack
ion ville-H F Baker A co.
Steamship Virginia. Hinckley. Philadelphia.
Norwegian bark <?rsus Minor, Nielsen, Be.fast,
Brig Waverly, Terry, Baltimore.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka, via Jack
ion vine, Fernandina and Savannah.
. FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, at New York,
iprll 19. ~
Brig M E Dana, O'Neill, at New York, April 17
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, April 19.
Arrived, steamship Wyanoke.
Evening.-Arrived, steamships City of Dublin,
Crescent City and Charleston.
The ship"Robena, Daggett, and sehr BartBtene,
ire In the Coosaw River, S C, coaslgued to D ?
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THI3 PORT.
Nor bark Draupner, Ingoldsen, sated....March 20
The Annie. Davis, sailed.March ie
The Avondale, Adams, up.Janie
The Zella, Holten, sailed.March 16
The Essex, smith, tailed.March 26
The Carl N Dobeln, Stenan. sailed.Jan io
The Medway. McMillan, sailed.March 8
The christiana, Messel, Balled.M ireh 22
Br bark Fille de r Air, Jones, cleared.March 16
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, up.March 20
The Lalla, Goody, sailed.Feb 27
The Athene, Sorensen, ?ailed_.March 19
The Brenton, Rtch. sal.ed.March 20
rhe Bachelor, Tooker, Bailed.?..March 26
Sehr Montana, Bearae, cleared.April 7
schrZ Steelman, Price, cleared.April lo
Sehr L A Pdwards, Rowland, up.April 9
Sehr Lilly, Hoghes, ap.,. April 4
8chr.E o Rommell, Risley, up.April 3
Sehr Eagle, Seavey, cleared....April 8
Sehr A E Stevens, Montgomery, cl'd.April li
Sehr Mary Limeburner, French, sailed.. .March 23
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in tue Foatoffloe
at Charleston, ror the week ending April 10,
1872, and printed officially in TBS DAILY NKWS,
as the newspaper having the largest circulation
in the City or Charleston.
STANLEY O. TROTT, Postmaster.
Allen, Mra Trios Gary, Lizzie Ubrlen, Mrs
P " " Grant, Eliza Alice R
Alena, Tena Hanks, Mary H O'Neill, Mrs E O
Allen, Frances Hamilton, Ha- Partridge, Mrs
ann ger F M
Antonio, Mrs J Harleston, Han- Partlson, Miss
D nah Ida
Bartlett, Flora Hall, Flora Perryman, Em
M Hull. Martha S ma
B, Miss O Hampton, Elvi- Pemter, Mrs P y
Banks, Cathrine ra Plnckney, Ann
Beamer, Tena Haneman, Sallie Pierson, Mrs Jno
Beasley, Sallie F W
Barns, Sarah A Harmon, Mary Pieper. Matilda
Blackman, Leila Hav, Miss Hazel Pitts, Mt:S Car
Bonnean, Eliza Henry. Martha sou
M Holloway, Mrs Plnmmet, Eliza
Boy et, Mrs D F B beth
Bradley, Emma Howard, Mrs T Prince, Mrs O R
Drayton F Potter, An net
Bre-erhen, Mrs Howard, Mrs Polite, Margret
Patrick Phills Price, Mrs Ann
Braslngton, Ma- Hurst, Ellen E G
ry Hyman, Mary E Ray, Haftle
Brown, Mrs H Hennle, Misa J Ramsey, Han
Russell , Jenkins, Luoy nah
Brown, Jane Jones, Sarah E Reed, Miss Syl
Ball, Mrs WR I Johnson, Mary vanns.
Carson, Eliza Kandahalr, Jes Reams. Mlcs M
carson, Susan sie Russell, Dlanah
Oart, Mary Keenan, Mrs De- Scott, Sarah
Campiam, Mar- ulm Ann
garet Kelly, Kate Seyle, Margret
Carr. Norah Kegsrs, Ellz* J
Cercopley, Mrs Kofeelr, Mary Sharkler, Min
eoM LaMotte, Jolla nie
Clinton, Fannie O Strokley, Isebel
Clark, Ellen - LaBorde. Anna la
Colton, Eliza- Lee, Elizabeth simmons, Miss
beth Lee, Sarah E J
Cougan. Mary Lewis, Mrs H Sinclair, Miss L
Cosgrove, Ellen Lewis, Rebecca Smiley, Grace
Costin, Mrs H C Leggett, Jane" -mutt, Ellz i B
Collins. Martha Leslie, Mrs J F 3ml h, Bettie
Coolia, Mary A |Legare, Emmlly Snal h, Carry
Currie, Mlts D AiLinela, Iser.eil Smythe, Mrs W
Croffett, Mrs T Lucas, Kate D
Crocker, Sarah Lucas, Mary Sparks, Rebecca
A Martin, Adeline Spencer, Mar
Cud worth, Cath- Martin, Jane gret
Une Ann Stewart, caro
Davis, Anea Marshall, Ame- line
Elizabeth Da Stent, Caroline
Davis, Miss S A Mathews, Ann Talur, Susan
M Manago. Judy Thomas, Miss Y
Dewacs, Louisa Maxwell, Cathe- 0
M rine Thompson, Ell
Dolg, Mrs Jno P Mahoney, Mrs zabeth
Donau?, Meta Jno Twlcheli, Mollie
Dnnnemann, Marry, Marla Vinyard, Ester
Mrs B Maynard, Mrs M A
Duffy, Caroline Melker, Fannie Washington,
T Mt-ldau, Mena Meriah
Dnffls, Anna Michel, Julia Webb, Mary
Edlngs. J H Michell, Mrs M Ann
tmmerly, Mary A Welch, Mrs Ste
E Michael, Mrs E phen R
Evans, Lucy A Whltakam, Ma
Feehan, Mrs Mitchell, Lalv ria
j co ola Whitaker, Ma
Fleming. Marla Middleton, Su- ria
A Ban Whaley, Martha
Flood, Bridget McAllister, Ma- B
Foy, Lucy ry Whlght, Rose
Foster, Mrs L Mccalls, Mary Ann
Forney. Sarah A Mo well, Martha wm rn eld, Eliza
Freltas, Mary McDowell, Ntl- beth
Frazier, Tena He . Winston, Sallie
Frolllch, Jacob McGuire, Mrs W Ann
Faller, OF G Wilkerson, Jane
G, Miss Hen ole McKenzie, Jes-Winslow. Julia
Gensher, Mar- sie Wieg. Betsey
g?ret McKans, Julia William ., Mrs S
Gibbs, Mrs G N Ann S
Gordon, Mrs McVey. Mrs williams. Mrs M
James B James WU lamson,
Gontventer, Ell- Nesbet,* Eliza Misa M
zabeth beth |Wlsh, Mrs R
Gordon. Mattie Norman, Ellan P
Green. Rebecca Nunan, Mrs Wood, Adeline
Griggs, Arma- Timothy Zjlstra, Mrs M
rintha . A
Acton, James H, J R Perry, Henry
AhrenB, Jno Hampton, Canty Phillips, Jno M
Albers, Capt Jno Ha; ne, AG Pinns. July
H Hamilton, Wm (cl'd)
Alexander, W H P Plnckuey, E O
Allshuley, Isa- Hayward, Thos Porcher, Phillip
dore Hernandez, B E
Albsrs, H Hilton, James S Provan, A A
Amstron, Morts Hollo, U Parse. James S
Apostle, Isaic Hollings, Henry Cluluby, E J
Atkinson, G W Holly, O F Quinn, Thoa
Arndt, Rudolph Hoarn. Wm Re.la, J P
Arndt, Louis Howell, Commo- Reeves, W G
A xa on, AA dore Rely ea, Capt C
Balke, Jno W Howell, James Z
Bartlett, G R Hager, Arthur Reed. Wm
Baker, ? M Renter, Johann
Beaae, H Hutchinson, P Reader, N
Blakeman, Geo H - Bitter, John
A Hall, A K Y Reid, Geo K
Bohlmann, Frtd- Ingram, O H Rielly, Wm
rich irwin, O Bett, R, Jr
Bowley, James Jackson, Ma- Rickets, E H
A rion Riley, S
Boooke, W Jacobi, O Richardson,
Bronson, Wm James, Jimmie | Hercules
Brlckwede, P N James, Joshua Hogers, Michael
Brown, John Jenkins, Steph Robinson, Ar
Brotbers, J W ney thur
Butler, Wm Jones, John Robinson, Geo
Borten, Edward Jobnson, Eze- O
Burke, Lnts kell Robinson, H D
Bynom.Gro Johnson, Frank Roberts, Thoa
Carey, Daniel . Johnson, Paul W
Carr, AH J1 ng. Fritz Roberts, Geo O
Calhoun, Ram-Ka hal, Wm Roberts, EB
sey Kahrs, Henry Rushing, Ed
Champaln, Thos Knler, E W ward
Chorams. O L Kinloch, Jack Ryan, Jno T
ciausseti, J 0 Klaren, P Ryan, Ge > K
Conner, J S Law, Charles Ryan, Thos
Collins, P Lam ce, Jim Sidon, Theo
Cole, Wm Lowrence, Mer- Schultz, Hanke
Cook, Geo W ten B Scorun, Geo
Compton, J D Lat ch um, Capt Schmidt, E A
Davis, Friday James Seymour, Arts
Davis, Loyd J Lamb, Brluton ta
Davis, T W Levlnsohn, J Seebourgh, Thad
Dayse, Abram . Leak, D R Simmons. Jno
Darling, O A Lejg, M O ame ll, J B
Daln, Alonza M < ewls. Noah smith, Andrew
Devane, Ste- Legree, Rev M
phen Robt Smith, John B
Deweene, Ed- Lemon, John Adger
ward Utile, Geo N Soda, John
Dodge, M K Lory ea. Aaron Taylor, Geo E ?
Draten, Nethan Lynch, F c Thompson. John
lah lanley, Johu Thode, B H
Easton, William Maglny, O Townsend, J R
Kager, J Mathews, Tho? Turner, Juel
Enright, Charles Mathews, Chas Vanderpool, Ja
s vans, Hiram Mathews, John cob
- v.?ns, Jno W U Yaurant, Gilbert
Fisher Friday Mehrtens, Chris- V.;n asbrand,
rVlev, D J topher Augi st
Fotbln, Henry ties er, Jacob Wallace, Wm M
Ford, Jno P Meyer, E L Walser, Rev A
Formtorn, Jo; Ml.es, A J D
W Wishaw. Morris Walsh, Edward
Prater, Arran Morse, C E >Valsrt, Thomas
Fripp, Alvlro A Murray, J F -Veston. Wm
Frith, B G McEvoy, John Weston, Francis
Ferguson. Hugh McMillan. J J Welch, B H
Berry, Jacob B Nash, David We6toerry, L W
aerken, Claus Nell, Alexan- Williams, Ed
Slb08, Aulias der ward
jinns, Geo Noisette, J J and Williams, Sandy
Suletra, Ylncen P S (col'd)
ta O'Brien. W H williams, Dr D
Soodwine, Geo Obeler. Mr R
3 ?rdon, Theo B O'Brien, W F Williams, Ed
Ureeal? af, T W Ostler, U K ward L B
3ralnger, U E o-terholtz. F Winthrop, Jno
3raham, Hugh Pack. Holland A
J Parker. Jos R Yates, James
Braam, Rev Jno Perk IDS, Hiram A
Breen, Gen Peters, LewH Yiungblood,
Granderson, Bea .j Grad
Cigare, tobacco, &t.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREE P,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIQARS >ND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
CaU and examine Stock before trading else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune constantly on
band. luv st 25 cents and try your luck.
?S- CITY HALL, OFFICE CLERE OP
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S. C., APRIL 18,1872.
Estimate) win be received at this Office un tu SAT?
URDAY, 20tn instant, at 12 H., for Removal of
Artesian Well Trough, In accordance with' report
of Council Committee, adopted April ie.
aprl8-8 W. W. SIMONS, Cleric of Connell.
par CITY HALL, OFFICE CLERK OF
COUNCIL, CHARLESTON, S. C., APRIL 18, 1872*
Estimates will be received at thia office nntil SAT?
URDAY, 20th, at 12 M. o'clock, for BUILDING A
TRIBUNE AND MUSIO STAND on White Point
Garden, according to plans and specifications to
be seen at this office. w. W. SIMONS,
aprl8-3_Clerk of Connell.
^FIRE DEPARTMENT.-THE AN
NUAL INSPECTION of the Fire Department bf
the Honorable Mayor and Aldermen will take
place on SATURDAY, 27th InBtant, at 3 o'clock P.
M. The line wm te formed In Broad- street, the
right resting on Meeting street. The Secretaries
of ell Companies mast be prepared to hand in to
the Clerk of the Board cf Fire Masters their re?
turns or the number of Members, condition of
Engines and Hose, and number or feet of Hose.
By order of the Mayor.
M. H. NATHAN,
Chief Fire Department.
B. M. STROBEL,
aprie_Clerk Board Fire Masters.
OFFICE OF COUNTY AUDITOR,
CHARLESTON COUNTY, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
MARCH 29TH, 1872.-This Office will be opened on
MONDAY, April 1st, 1872, for the Issuing or
Licenses', In accordance with an Act to provide
for a General License Law.
Approved March 18th, 1872.
SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
?WTREAS?RY OFFICE, CITY HALL,
APRIL 8, 1872.-This office will be open from 0 A,
M. THIS DAY to 2 P. M. dally to and to include
the 30th instant, for payment of all interest due
upon the city debt known as City Stock, except
SATURDAYS, upon which transfers of Stock will
For the drat Ave Jays priority In payment will bc
given parties paying taxes to the city In part or
whole with the same. AU payments or Interest will
be made by check, to be cashed at front desk or
this office, and where interest ls sufficient tor taxes
they balance at par, bot where lesa the penalty
shall attach on deficiency or diff?rence, though
paid in currency, in conformity with ordinance.
P. J. COOGAN,
aprS-20 City Treasurer.
>?-S0 INSIDIOUS ARE THE FIRST
approaches ol Consumption that thousands re?
main unconscious of Its presence until lt bas
brought them to the verge or the grave. An Im?
mediate resort to DR. JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT,
upon the first appearance of Cough, Pain or Sore?
ness of the Throat or Chest, wonld very generally
preclude a fatal result, or, in case the symptoms
indicate the presence of Latent Consumption,
wonld tend to sobdae the violence of the disease,
and thus materially assist m prolonging the life
of the patient. Us? the EXPECTORANT therefore
when you take a Cold, and by so doing prevent
the necessity fonts use In more dangerous com?
plaints. Sold everywhere. .Wholesale by P.
WISEMAN A CO., Charleston, 8.0.
REGULAR LINE LIVERPOOL AND
The bark GEORGIANA was yesterday (as flt
per cable dispatch) put on the berta ac SSat
Liverpool to load for this port. Importers and
others are earnestly requested to order their
Gooda Bent by this vessel, as she win load with
dispatch. HENRY CARD, Agent,
apr 19_Accommodation Wharf.
POR FORT SUMTER
BATTERY WAGENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, aare and comfortably appointed Afc*
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf SB[
svKRY DAY, at io o'clock morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply, to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNG,
novlS On Board.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S
ISLAND FERRY COMPANY.
On and after MONDAY, the 22d In?
stant, the following Schedule will?
Leave the City at 10 A. M., and 3 and 6 o'clock
Leave Mount Pleasant at 8 A. M., 10 A. M., and
5tf P. M.
Leave Sullivan's island at 1% and ll A. M., and
6 o'clock P. M.
On SUNDAYS the last trip rrom Mount Pleasant
and the Island will be one boar later.
apr20-6 _Secretary and Treasurer.
"gXCURSION TO THE SCHUTZEN
PLATZ DURING THE FESTIVAL.
The Mount Pleasant and Sullivan's
I Bland Ferry Company's Steamers _
Will leave dal y from isouth Atlantic Whan, loot
or Broa'i street, at the following h mrs:
Leave City 3X A. M. and 12 o'clock M., 1 and 4
o'cl> ck P. M.
Leave Schutzeoplatz 9>i o'clock A. M., 1,2 and
7 o'clock P. M.
* Fare 28 cents for round trip.
N. B.-Tickets can be procured from the follow?
' C. LITSCHG1, East Bav.
MELCHER'S A MULLER, No- 217 King street.
J. M. MAKT'N. No. 35 Market street.
H.?WREDEN, East Bay and Lodge alley.
A. VON SANTEV, NO. 229 King street.
A. D. LOREN i z, No. 133 Meeting street.
And from the Agent or Steamers.
apr2Q-5_Secretary ami Treasurer.
JgXCURSION TRIP TO PHOSPHATE
WORKS, ASHLEY RIVER.
The steamer POCOS IN. Captain _ . ?nr^w
W. H Gannon, will leave as above JQ?3BK
rrom Mount. Pieasaut and Sullivan's island F> rrj
Company Wharr, root or Market street, on BATOR,
DAT MORNING, the 20th instant, at half-past 9
Fare ror the trip-ONE DOLLAR; Children, half
N. B -TULLY wUl be on board to furnish Re?
freshments. HUTSON LEE,
apri9 2* Secretary and Treasurer.
pOR GARDNER S RL?FF
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
The steamer PLANTKR, captain H.
S. Cordes, ls now receiving Freight^
at Accommodation Wharr, and will
SATURDAY NIGHT, the 2uth Instant.
Freight and wharfage must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage apply to toe Captain
on board, or to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.
aprl8-3_ Ko. U7 East Bay.
jpOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
The steamer MAMON, cap?
tain W. F. Adair, ls now re-_
celvlng Freight at Accramoilatlon Whan, and
will leave OD SATCRDAY NIGHT, the 20th inst.
Freight and Wiiarrage prepaid.
For engagements upplv to Captain on board, or
to RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
. aprl9 2 . No. 177 East Bay.
"YyEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA ,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. C.
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leave Accommadation Wharr
every MONDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, a_
ror savannah Beaufort, tinton Head and span?
ish Wells. Returnlug will leave Savaunah every
TOBSDAY MORNING. - . .
Will leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Ohlsolm's
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Returning win leave Beaulort every FRIDAY
Freight received WBDNBSDAYS and SATCRDAYS.
Must be prepaid to Way Undings.
OeodB consigned tocare or Agent? win be for?
warded free Of storage or commission.
Freight received for potnts on Savannah River,
to be transferred t" Mesmer Ros \, which leaves
Savannah ev-ry TDBSDAY MORNING.
cabin Passage to eauforr. $3.
Deck Passage to Beau tort $1 50.
For engagements apply to
B B RAVENEL, ? HOLMES A CO.,
feb3-BW No. 177 East Bay.
TBE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hanter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points In the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing cen?
ta* The GULP STREAM, ts appointed to sall
Irom Brown's Wharf on FBIDAT, April 2?. at 5
MW The VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 12
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
JIOK NEW ?OKK.
ON THOESDAY,' APRIL 25TH, AT HALF
PAST 5 O'CLOCK P. M. -
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATEROOMS ALL ON DECS.
The Splendid Kew Iron Sldewheel Steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will
sall for New York on THURSDAY. April 2Sih, at
half-past 6 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union
Through Bills or Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual.
Insurance b7 steamers or this Line Jtf percent.
For Freight or Passage Engagement?, having
very tine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGENER, HUGER A CO.. So 28 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
pOR NEW TOBE.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
Tho very fut and magnificent Sldewheel
Steamship MANHATTAN, M. S. Woodhull Com?
mander, will sall from Adger's South Wharf
on SATURDAY, the 20'h Instant, at s o'clock P. M.
ea-Tr.e MANHATTAN ls one of -the fastest
Steamships on the- Atlantic Coast, and being
fitted up in the most comfortable manner for pas?
sengers, offers superior Inducements to travellers
aa-The Sldewheel Steamship JAMES ADOER,
follows on TUESDAY, the23J Instant at 6 o'clock
MW Marine Insurance by this line half per cent.
OW Through Bills of Lading given on cotton to
Ll ver p ol, Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
apr!8 3 JAMES A DO ER A CO., Agents.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
. ' BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIi?S OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship SEA GULL, Button Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
20th Instant, at 3 K o'clock P. M..
tw Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to s imple and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apr ly to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
aprie-6 _No. 2 Union Wharves.
^NOHOR LINE STEAMERS,
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATUR DAT.
Passengers booked to and from any ?gfjB?kL
Railway Station or seaport in Great^?i?afi?
Britain. Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Sei
many, France, Holland, Belgium, and the United
AT LOWEST CURRENOY RATES.
Cabin Fare from New York to Glasgow, Liver?
pool. Londonderry or Queenstown, $75 and $66.
Intermediate, $33. steerage. $28.
DRAFTS ISSUED FOR ANY AMOUNT.
Partus senolng for their friends m the Old
Country con purchase tickets at reduced rates.
For farther particulars apply to the Agents,
No 7 Bowling Oreen, N. Y.
Or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
aprii-smoBDAW Southern Wharf.
? N A J. D LINE".
The British and North American
Royal Mail Steamships, between New,
York and Liverpool.
FKOM NEW TOBE.
JAVA, WEDNESDAY. 10th April.
CHINA, WEDNESDAY, 17th April.
RUSSIA. WEDNESDAY, 2ith April.
CUBA, WEDNESDAY, lat May.
F ROM BOSTON.
PARTHIA, SATURDAY. 6th April.
PALMYRA, SATURDAY. 13th April.
OLYMPUS, Tc-HI) AV, 23d April.
SI BE IA. Tu EH DAY. 3'ith April.
SAMARIA, TUESDAY, 7th Ma v.
Rat- s of Pa-sage-Cabin, $80, $100 and $130,
gold, according to accommo 'alon. Tickets to
Paris $16, gold, additional. Return Tickets on
favorable terms, ste-rage, S30. currency.
Steerage Tlckei s from Liverpool and Queens
town, and all parts or Europe, at lowest rates.
For Passage, apply to
KOACH A MO F FETT, Agenta,
Adger'a Sonth Wharf and East Bay.
VIA SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK.
The splendid Steamers,
CITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AS FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR win leave Charleston every
TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CIT ? POINT every FBIDAT EVENING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Toco:
for St. Augustine, and at Jacksonville with
steamer Starlight for Mellon ville, Enterprise, an?
all landings OB upper St. Johns; am at Palatka
with steamers for the Okla ?aha River.
Close connection ls made with steamships
at Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely ou no deten- ion of freights to
New Orleans, and at lowest rates.
For Freight or Passage, having first-class ae
commedauons, apply to
RA VE s EL A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's wharf and East Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
These Steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio for Darlen, Brunswick,
Satina River, and all Intermediate landings.
Freights for these porn ts most be prepaid here.
rpHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the lock Btlrch, (alike on both Bides,) ha
self-adjusting tension, and ls th? onlv first class
low price sewing M .chine In the market adapted
for every variety of sewing from muslins to
heaviest cloths. Price $26 ar.d $37.
Agents wa' ted. Send stamp for circular and
sample of Sewing. T. L. BISSELL,
janll-fmwemo Charleston, 3.0.
SPRING OPENING OF NEW GOODS
STOLL, WEBB Ac CO.'S,
NO. 287 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
WE BEG TO OALL THE ATTENTION OF OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS-ESPECIALLY THE
LADIES-to lar.e lavotees of
SPRING DRESS GOODS
RECEIVED AND OPENED FROM EVERY STEAMER TEAT ?RBJVE9. A LARGE LOT. OF
DOLLY VARDEN DRESS GOODS,*AT 25 CENTS
ALSO, CHENE, MOHAIRS ? '
JAPANESE PLAIDS AND STRIPES . . '
LENOS IN STRIPES, A LL SHADES %1 ; 7 . !
CHENE-CHALLI AND FIGURED CHALLI
DRESS GOODS FOR SUITS, SPRING POPLINS
SPRING CAMBRICS, 4-4 WIDE, FIGUBED
FRENCH PERCALES. AT 20 CENTS.
For School and Morning Dresses. Nev Styles and Shades, by .every Steamer. New M as lina and
Lawns, one case very cheap. Colored Muslins at Viki cents, warranted fast. Foll Unes at 15 cents,
at 20 cents and 25 cents.
BLACK ALPACAS at every price, In all of the best brands, ranging In prices at 20,26, 85,60, so,
76 cents. We guarantee the above at very low Agares.
Black Silks at every price, ranging from il, "ll 26, $160, $176,"$2 to *8.
Colored Alpacas and Drab shades In Empress cloths, very desirable for Spring Dresses.
A large lot or Shepherd Plaid Poplins at 25 cents. Five cases or Spring Calicoes, all of the beat
brands, warranted, at 12K cents at retail; cheaper by the piece.
Longcloths, in all or the standard brands, at the lowest wholesale prices by the piece.
New Lace Goods and White Goods tn every variety and style. One case or Choice styles In Waite
Pique, ranging from 20 to 60 cents. These Goods are cheap.
Hosiery and Gloves In'fall lln?s.
Ladles can always Bait themselves with CORSETS at oar Store, where they can boy good Corsets
at 75 cents, worth $t. A large lot ur corsets, a little discolored, marked down to $L
A very good KID GLOVE at 80 cents. - *
Ribbons and Bows of every Variety and" Shade.
SASH RIBBONS in rich and handsome qualities -
Hair Ribbons, Bonnet Ribbons Trimmings and Fancy Notions
Robert's "Parabola Needles,'' said to be the beat tn the world
. Coates best Six-Cord Spool Cotton, at 70 cents per dozen, solid numbers
Clark's h est six Cord ?pool Cotton, Black Spools, at 70 cents per dozen, solid numbers.
ALSO, BARGAINS IN OUR
LINEN ANO HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
Such as Table NAPKINS and Doylies, Towelings ot all Undi, Tabling Damasks, cheap Linen Towels,
from $1, $126, tl 60. (fl 80 very cheap) to $2 40 per dozen. : %
We are also showing very large and a' tractive Stocks in each department at the lowest figures
for cash or city acceptance.
We keep always on hand a full assortment of
GOOD<* STJIT A.B LE FOR LADIES' WEAR,
Such as LACES, Dress Goods. Embroideries, Silks, L. 0. Handkerchiefs, White Goods, Shawls, Black
Goods, Parasols, HoopsklrtB, Notions. Also,
J?31iA.IVT3E2BS? GOODS, .
Such as KERSEYS, L?nncloth8, Plains, Family Linens. Woollens,* Brown Shirtings, Satinets,
Calicoes, Casslmeres, Gingham', Black cloths, Osnabnrgs, Sheeting, Blankets of all qualities. At
STOLL, WEBB CO.,
aprl2-tutbslmo ' OPPOSITE N?W MASONIC TEMPLE, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
dije Utollar ftemaro 0oap. ,;
THE DOLLAR REWARD SOAPTT"
THE .ONLY SOAP IN THE-WORLD THAT WASHES FLANNELS WITHOUT SHRINKING THEM.
Washes with ho:, cold, hard, soft, or saltwater. Removes Pitch, Tar, Paint, Grease, Printers'Ink
Sweat, Leather or Fralt stains. Superior to Castile Soap ror Toilet purposes. ..
RAFfLEYE & KNIGUT, ManwfiaetoMM, .
v NOS. 1681 and 1688 RIDGE AVENUE, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
aptl-lmoDAO = _ ACENT8 FOR CHARLESTON. 8. O.
OLD CAROLINA BITTE RSI
A. DELIGHTFUL TONIC.
The Southern Country has been s - flooded wi h Bitters and Tonto?, all professing to oe panaceas
tor every disease that * flesh la heir to." that lt ts with some diffidence we place oar OLD CAROLINA
Bli TER S before the pubitc. We reel emboldened to do so, however, from the marked favor they
have met with the past Ave years, and the continu-d demand from every section of the country
where they have been once lntroductd, la evidence that they poesees some merit. ,
CURES . ^C^^ -CURES
GENERAL DEBILITY, W^^f^?f ^ ii, NERVOUS EXHAUSTION
INDIGESTION, ^^^^^^U^^feL^3^^ ' ' WEAKNES8'
CHILLS. ^^^^?E^ M^^^^V AND FEMALE DISEASES.
THE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS ARE NOT A VILE FANCY DRINK,
Bot are compounded byan Experienu d Chemist, and contain someor the very beat Tonics found In
the Pharmacopcea, blended with select indigenous roots and herbs, together forming a most delight?
ful Tonic, and can be taken with p-rfect safetv'by the old and young. The dellcare female, suffering
rrom prostration aaa nervous deblllry, will find In the ''OLD CAROLINA BITTERS" H remedy that
will gradually Rtrenathen the system, invigorate the spirits and restore bloom to the pale cheek. We
have never o/fered our bitters as,a Cure for all Diseases, but, as a Reliable Tonic. th?v have no equal
la general debility or the system resulting from In terminen t, Typhoid, Malarial and Nervous Fevers.
Taken in small doses, i he ca- ollua Bitters will be found highly beneficial and the patient will find
himself with altered reelings arter he has taken a few bottles. Try lt once and you will be convinced.
Forsale by all Druggists and Grocers, and at Wholesale by toe Manufacturers,
PHILIP WINEMAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Ornas. Cbenucaii. Ul.
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQUEUR
Mr Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. Profiting
by this happy discovery, he prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
Guyot a tar possesses all the advantages of
ordinary tar-water without any of- its draw?
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable taste may be instantaneously
obtained by pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any one can thus prepare his glass of tar
1 water at the moment lie requires it. thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage and
obviating the disagreeable necessity ol hand?
Guyot s tar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Guyot s tar is employed with the greatest
success in the following diseases :
AS A DRAUGHT. - A teasponfal in a glass
of waler, or two tablcyioun/ulsin a bottle.
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. ~ Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Guyot s tar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Belgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it to be the most hygienie drink in
time of epidemics.
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Depol in Paris, L. FRERE, 19, ree Jacob.
L Agents in Charleston, DOWiE, MOISE 4
^DAYIS, Wholesale Druggists. ?
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing under the firm name or BALL,
BLACK & CO. ls this day dissolved by mntnai
conaent. Either partner win sign In seulement;
of the business.
(SlgC'l) HENET BALL.
March 1, 1872. WM. I). BLACK.
In announcing the above dissolution, BALL.
BLACK * co. inform their mends and the pnbllo
that they intend'0 closeout their entire stock
wl>h a-i little delay as possible, and at prices that
will be an inducement for all t J purchase from
They have also a very large stock of unset
stone*-Diamonds Emeralds, Rubies, Cameos,
Ac-which they will set, to order, at unusually
low rates. Their manufactory for Silverware
will be conrinned to enable them to meet any de
mandi in that line. No.6??aod667 BROADWAY,
New York. Juiyis iyr
I globing ana icmianing Q$oob9,
j ELEGANT SUPPLY OP
NOW OFFERED BT
KING AND WENTWORTH 8T3.
IN THE STOCK ARE THE LEADING STYLES OF
CHEVIOT DERBY SUITS,
AT FR?M 915 TO 895 PER SUIT,
SUITABLE FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES.
BLU?AND BLACK CLOTH MORNING COATS
DIAGONAL COATINGS IN DEBBY AND
LIGHT MIXED CA SSIMER E MORNING SUITS
ELEGANT FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS
AC, AC, ?C., &C.
JJO?S', TOUTES' AND CHILD?EK'S
OF NEW STYLES, HANDSOMELY MAD E FOR ALL
AGES AND" IN VARIETY OF QUALITIES.
SILK SCARFS, TIES AND BOWS, of Novel
Patterns and Styles.
GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
ic, ?c., Ac.
MERINO AND THREAD UNDERSHIRTS.
JEAN DRAWERS, of a nev Patented make.
IN ALL QUALITIES, FROM $2 TO $3 60.
MANUFACTURED BY THE INVENTORS (FISK,
CLARK A FL AGO) AT $4. /
IMITATION CHEVIOT SHIRTS, AT $2.
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS, o? .over
Sapplied with a beaut lia I assortment of SCOTCH,
ENGLISH FREN HAND AMbnlvJ AN CLOTHS,
COATINGS. DIAGONALS AND F A NOT
CASSIM ERES, which win be made
op to order In be t style, at
* . moderate prices.
Cloths, Coatings & Cassimeres
SOLD BY THE PIECE OR YARD.
FURNITURE REPAIRED AND RENO?
JNEATLY, PROMPTLY, AND AT MODERATJB
By J-1?. LUNSFOfD,
rebe Smith Street, north ol Wentworth.