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TBE COO RTS TES TE RD A T.
United States DUtrlet Courl.
Oa motion o? District Artorney Corbin, yes?
terday, In the case of the United States against
two horses, wagoo, harness, &C., informa
lion for violating tho revenue laws, Judge
Bryan Issued an order to the marshal lor the
sale of theprooerty on the usual notice, and
the payment of the proceeds Into the court,
the order being made returnable at Green?
ville, August 5th.
The Criminal Court
Waa opened at ten A. M. yesterday by the
derk, A. C. Bichmond, in the absence of
Judge Lee. As no business could be trans?
acted without the judge, the court was ad?
journed to ten o'clock this morning,when it will
be similarly adjourned until to-morrow, and so
continue from day to day until his return.
The Juries having appeared, chey were in?
formed by the clerk that their presence will
not be needed until they aro notified. Judge i
Lee's absence appears to be of indefinite
The Injunction against the City
The motion for the removal of the injunction
against the City Council In the Enterprise
Railroad case, which was to have been made
before Judge Graham, at 12 M., yesterday, was
postponed by City Attorney Corbin, until the
same hour to day, in consequence o? the ab?
sence from the city of the Hon. J. B. Camp?
bell, counsel for the company. Major Corbin,
however, Informed City Inspector Lucas that
there was no reason why he should not com?
mence repairing the streets damaged by the
Enterprise Railroad Company, as the Injunc?
tion only restrains the City Council from
Interfering with them In the laylDg of their
The Afaclce'y-Grahara Case.
Last Saturday morning Solicitor Whipper
appeared before Judge Graham, at Chambers,
In defence o? Trial Justice William Rollins,
who had been arraigned on tho charge of I
overstepping his jurisdiction in a case ot minor
importance. Solicitor Whipper a? the same
time attempted to make a return for Sheriff
Mackey to a rule which, it was alleged, had
been issued by Judge Graham, requiring him J
to show cause why he should not be attached j
for contempt of court In arresting Commis-j
stoner McLaughlin on an order of the Crimi?
nal Court. Judge Graham checked the soil
o:tor at once, however, stating that no such I
rule had been issued, Sheriff Mackey being
required only to show why a writ of prohib?- j
tion should not be Issued restraining him
from executing any order of the Criminal
Court against McLaughlin lu connection with
certain county checks, and that the day fleed I
for said return was Monday, the 22a lnsiant, at
which time he would hear lt, and"not oefore.
Yesterday morning at ten o'clock Solicitor
Whipper again appeared and read the sheriff's
return. The return sets forth that Mackey
acted in nrrosting McLaughlin in Ignorance or
the rule, no copy having been served upon I
him, and upon the supposition that, as sheriff
ho was bound by law to execute the orders ot1
both courts. It also declares that he had no
intention of committing a contempt of court,
and therefore begs that all further proceed
liga against him on the ground ol contempt
be stayed. ,
After hearing the return, Judge Graham
issued the writ of prohibition alluded to above,
which prevents the sheriff (rom executing I
any future order of the Criminal Court in the
McLaughlin case. The Judge declared that ho
was glad the rei urn disclaimed any intention
on the part or the sheriff to commit contempt I
ol court, as otherwise he should have issued
an order ol attachment for the offence.
CLUBS AND STABS.-Robert Johnson and I
lumuiia fitiewe asru?u^""^y?airb/tax I
the option of paying one dollar or spending j
ten days in the House of Correction. j
Chas. Grant, for being drunk and disorderly
and trespassing upon certain premises In St.
Philip street, near Morris, was fined one dol?
lar and made to give a peace bond.
G. F. Goff, found lying down drunk in Rut?
ledge avenue, was sentenced to pay one dollar
or spend ten days in the House of Correction.
E. Jaeger and F. Smith gol drunk and dis?
orderly and trespassed upon certain premises I
In Nnnan street. They were turned over to a
Wm Owens, for being disorderly In lue
Holy Communion Church, and striking a
policeman Sunday, was made, to give a peace
bond and pay two dollars.
Wm. Webber and Stephen White, for j
fighting In Elizabeth street Sunday, were
fined fifty cents each.
John Dolan, arrested on suspicion of steal?
ing three hams, was he'd for examination.
B. Oakman, for fast driving on King street
Sunday, was fined five dollars.
William Hicks, for being drunk and disor?
derly, and resisting the police at the corner of
Society aud Meeting streets, was made to pay
two dollars and give a peace bond.
John Osterho'z, for being drunk and disor?
derly and trespassing upon the premises at
the corner of Beaufain and Archdale streets,
was held subject to the warrant of a trial
justice. - J
Paul Broden got drunk and disorderly Io
King street, near Wentworth, Sunday. Sen?
tence, two dollars fine or tweniy days In the
House of Correction.
John Gray, found lying asleep In the lower
Market Sunday night, was discharged without
Catharine Kenny became drunk and disor?
derly in Beaufain street, near Mazyck, Sun?
day. Penalty, one dollar or ten days in the j
House of Correction. I?
Robert Butler, disorderly and fighting in ,
Inspection street, Sunday, was allowed the
option o? paying one dollar or going up for
James Burke, for beating his wife at the cor?
ner ol Marsh and Vernon streets, was fined
two dollars and required ro give d peace I
M. Manning, for getting drunk and resisting j
a policeman In Rutledge street, was fined one I
Patrick Donovan, found lying down druok
In Cumberland street, near Church, was fined
Three mules taken up in Line street, near
Coming, aad two others taken up at the cor?
ner of President and Spring streets, were
fined one dollar each, anda horse token up at
the corner of President and Spring, was slml
larly dealt with. I
Three cows, found straying through White I
Point Garden, were returned to the owner on
payment of one dollar for eaoh, and two, with
calves, taken up lu the street, on Sunday, are
held for one dollar each.
PILOTAGE.-At a meeting of the commis?
sioners of pilotage, held yesterday, the exist?
ing rates of pilotage and fees established by
the City Connell o."1866 were confirmed. They J,
also decided not to receive any further applica?
tions for the establishment of branches.
THE CHARLESTON EXCHANGE has placed in
the office of Messrs. Georgs A. Trenholm & j.
Son, on Atlantic wharf, a large and neat
bl?ck-board, where will be recorded ali the j
latest news received by the exchange In re- J
Terence to cotton. The board ls suitably 1
divided off, and mav be relied upon to give
the earliest intelligence as to sales, prices, I
shipments, stock?, ?c. t
j ARADE ANO EXCURSION OF TBE
If AGBNEU ARTILLERY CLUB.
The members of the Wagener Artillery Rifle
Club assembled at Llnstedt's Hall, corner
of King and Calhoun streets, at five o'clock:
yesterday afternoon. President Wagener
called the meeting to order, and unfurled a
beautiful banner, made of crimson silk,
trimmed willi gold fringe, and havlnga pal?
metto tree, with the words "Dum Spiro Spero
Spe8" beneath it on one side, and the name
of the club, with the year of organization,
1870, on tbe other; all worked In with golden
colored silk. This banner, he said, was the
gift of a young lady friend of the club, and
was the work of her own hands. He then
read the following note which accompanied lt:
To the Officers and Members of the Wagener
Artillery Club :
GENTLEMEN-Be kindly pleased to accept
the accompanying flag. That In your keeping
lt may prove an emolem ol unity, harmony
and enlightened patriotism-a reproof ot vice
and meannesp, a token of faithful affection for
me noble- Palmetto State, and a modest me?
morial ol the great Fatherland, is the siucere
wish of NELLIE.
A committee of three was appointed to pre?
pare a suitable acknowledgement for the
donor, and report at the next regular meet?
ing. As the meeting was aoout to be adjourn?
ed for the parade, Warden Wagner, a brother
of the president, In behalf of the club, pre?
sented the latter with a handsome crimson
sash, with the request that he would wear lt |
on the present occasion. The president, re?
ceived the gift and thanked the club in a few
The meeting was then adjourned, and the
club fell Into ranks for the parade. Preceded
by Metz's Band, they marched through tho
principal streets, returning to the hall. At
halt-past eight o'clock they had assembled,
together with a large number of frlenda and
invited guests, upon the steamer Pocosin, at
Market wharf, and steamed down the harbor,
while tho band gave forth the Inapirlng strains
of "Die Wacht am Bhein." The party returned
to the city towards morning, after spending a
EXAMINATION AT THE CATHOLIC PAROCHIAL I
SCHOOL.-The examination ot the pupils of j
this Institution was opened yesterday by the
superintendent, Mr. W. H. Gannon. A num?
ber of scholars were examined in various
branches of study, and acquitted themselves
in a highly creditable and satisfactory manner.
The premiums will be distributed on Thursday j
evening at the hall of the Catholic Institute.
DRIFTED TO SSA.-A party of gentlemen, so?
journing on Sullivan's Island, were alarmed at
a late hour Saturday night by loud cries for
help proceeding from the direction of the
ocean. They lost no time in manning a boat
and Betting out to relieve the distressed per?
sons. The cries came from a sloop contain?
ing two negroes, which was finally overtaken
about lour miles from land. The sloop had
been becalmed, and the negroes became so
terrified at the prospect of drlltlng to Bea that
they were unable to exert a nerve for their
safety. The gentlemen brought them safely
to shore, and discharged them with the admo?
nition to vote for Greeley and Brown. The
s'.oop belongs to a Mr. Goblets, of Mount
INQUEST.-Th? case of Robert Hunt, colored,
charged with having caused the death ola
colored girl named Elli:* Smalls by kicking
and otherwise injuring her, about two weeks
ago, near Mount Pleasant, was examined yes?
terday by a jury of Inquest Impanelled by
Coroner Taft. The evidence was conflicting,
and failed to establish any facts against Hunt
The mother of the girl, who was present at I
the time. th.eJn.lur.iejs ?ra ?B?& 'flofc-ff?e?T'Hunt |
afrlke her child In any way._The examina?
tion will be continued at ten o'clock this
An Inquest was held by Coroner Taft over
the body of this girl on the 13th Instant In
Christ Church Parish, and a verdict rendered
that Bhe came to her death from the eflorlsofl
an attempt to produce abortion.
SMALL FRY.-James Gibbes anti wife, for
beating James Grant, were beforo Trial Jus?
tice John G. Mackey yesterday. They were
sentenced each to pay five dollars and costs
or spend thirty days In Jail.
James Grant was before Trial Justice Lovett I
on the charge of assaulting James Gibbes.
Found guilty and sentenced to pay ten dollars
and costs or go to Jail for thirty days. He
Simon Brown, Edward Sweeney and Gray
Gaillard, the men who broke Into the store of I
Mr. A. R. Lewlth one night last week, were
carried before Trial Justice Lovett yesterday
for examination. Sweeney and Gaillard ac?
knowledged the deed, but Brown denied to the
end. Gaillard gave bonds to appear at the
next term of the Criminal Court, but the other
two were committed to Jail In deiault of!
CRUMBS.-It ia reported that the Mills House
ls soon to be reopened on the European plan.
Yesterday was a lively day at the office of j
the Charleston Joint Stock Company.
The fine steamer Dictator having been
thoroughly overhauled and repainted has
again been put on the Florida line, and will
sall to-morrow evening for Fernandina, Jack?
sonville, &c, and every Tuesday evening
thereafter during the season.
The great German echui zaniest of the united
sch?tzen corps of New York and New Jersey
had a successful season last week at Hoboken,
N. J., and was attended by a delegation from
Charleston, who were accorded a post of honor
In the grand procession.
The Enterprise Railroad Company com?
menced the T ork yesterday morning ol re?
laying the cobble stones on Meeting Btreet,
opposite Arnold's ?tables.
It was William Owens and not Jas. Owens
who became disorderly at the Holy Commu?
nion Church Sunday.
Motel Arrivals-Joly 38.
Harry Hill, Joseph Cosman, Savannah; Geo.
E. Prltchett, Williamsburg; W. H. Kennedy,
D. W. Wells, New York ; S. W. Wight,
Chas. Gordon, Thos. Feeley, Savannah; W. A.
Byan. Washlnglon ; C. E. Bertholf and wife.
New York; A. P. Whitehead, Ga.
?nuctlngs This Day.
Friendship Lodge, No. 4, K. P., ai hall-past
7 P. M. _
Auction Sales This Day.
J. A. Enslow & Co. will aell at ll o'clock, at
the United Slates Bonded Warehouse, import?
William McKay will sell at ll o'clock, at
No. 145 Wentworth street, real estate, tinners'
A. Tobias' Sons will sell at ll o'clock, at the
Bonded Warehouse In Elliott street, Cognac
Henry Cobla & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
:helr store, hams, sugar, Ac.
Lauroy, Alexander & Co. will sell at half
jast 9 o'clock, at their store, bacon strips,
A ntl v/univjuui
THE HEAT TES TER DAT.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
the drag atore of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south 6lde of Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M., 83; 10 A. M., 85; 12 M., 89; 2 P. M., 91;
4 P. M., 90; 6 P. M., 88; 8 P. M., 86.
NOVELTIES are the aim of the age, and when
found In connection with beauty, practical
utility and economy, are worthy of mention.
All the aoove qualities are found in a shipment
ot Terra Cotta work Just received by Mr. P. P.
Toale, No. 20 Hayne street, consisting of Gar?
den Statuary, Garden and Hanging Vases,
Rustic Seats, Pedestals, Chimney Flues and
Tops, Drainpipe, Ac. The beauty and mo?
desty of design will repay one for a call of in?
spection, and the prices, we are happy to say,
are within the reach of all desiring to make
homo fully attractive. We are pleased to
learn that Mr. T. Is acting as agent for one of
the most extensive Terra Co. ta .works io this
country, and ls prepared lp receive, orders for
this work, filling same with dispatch and low
NOTICE.-Great reduction in prices oi Dry
Goods at Stell, Webb Sc Co., No. 287 King
street. The subscribers respectfully inform
their friends and customers that they will
offer their entire stock of goods nt greatly re?
duced prices for the next thirty days in order
to make room for Fall Goods. We solicit a
call before purchasing elsewhere. Respect?
fully, STOLL, WEBB A Co. july23-tuths6
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
Btore, No. 275 King street, Browning^ old
Dry Goods aland, we will close ont all ol our
present stock at extremely low prices.
FcRcnnoTT, BENEDICT <fc Co., No. 244 King
LONOCLOTHS.-Call at Stoll, Webb & Co.,
No. 287 King Btreet and see their 44 Long- j
cloths at 12?, 15,16?, 20 cents. Also, one case
New Prints, last colors. One case KM Spreads
at $125. One c?se 12-4 super Spreads at $2 50.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS !-Louis Cohen
& Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising thc lateBt novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of Importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. Loma COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King street. mayl?
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 275 King Btreet, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all of our
present Ptock at extremely low prices
FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
CHEAP WHITE GOODS at Stoll, Webb A Co.,
No. 287 King street. Super Plaid and striped
Nainsooks at 20 and 25 cents. Bordered and
8lrlped Victoria Lawns al 35 cents, worlh 50
4-4 Nainsooks 20, 25, 30 cents. Super White
Brllliantes at 25 and 30 cents. White Piques
arts, 30,35 cents. july23 tuihh6
CROQUET SEASON.-We are'now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-sluth
TE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at tho Ea=t Bay
News Boom. Branch of the Easel street es?
DRESS GOODS AT STOLL, WEBB & Co.-Three
thousand yards more of thone super Bareges
yards at C yards for fl. 1000 yards 4-4
English Cambrics at 6 yards for $1.
FINE LEAD PENCILS, rubber-tipped, 45 cents
a dozen. HASEL STREI?T BAZAAR AND EAST
BAT NBWS ROOM. aprl6-tu
PICTURE FRAMES-Oval and Square; all
sizes. Cheap ! Cheap ! HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
RILEY.-Died In this city Jane 12, 1872, ELIZA?
BETH JBFFORDS, youtiROSt child or William
Walter and Emma Hardee Riley, aged seven
months and -Igbteen dayn.
"An Angel, sent on mission mild,
F om Mercy's re jims of day,
Pau9'd at the door, looked In and smiled,
And bore the bad away."
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NHW8,
MONDAY EVENING, Joly 22, 1873
COTTON.-This staple was extremely dull, with
but little disposition to do business, except at low
down rates, and there were no transactions.
RICE.-There was a firm feeling in the market
for this grain, with a fair demand at full prices,
sales about 160 tierces of clean Carolina, say 2
tierces at 7?; 9 at 7?, 90 at 7K, 10 at 8, lo ->t 8#
and 21 at 8>?c ^ ft. We quote common to lair
at 7@7?? ; g'iod 7J?08XC
NAVAL STORKS.-The receipts were 228 bbls or
spirits turpentine, isoi bbls rosin and 42 bbls or
crude turpentine Spirits turpentine held firmly
at 44@45c as to package?. RUSIOB were generally
quiet and buyers were holding err being un wu
ling to pay the asking rates of sellera. There were
no transactions of Importance under this head
Crude turpentine may be quoted at $316 ror vir
gin, $2 70 for yellow dip, and $l 80 for hard.
.?KBBIOHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam tttraet, nomi
aal on uplands, nommai on Bea Islands; viaiJew
fork, Xd on uplands, %d on sea lslauds; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on ao-a islands nominal.
To Havre - on uplands. Coastwise-TO New Vork
by steam $2 on nplanda BL J - on sea islands;
$1 60 1? tierce jn rice; eoe $ bbl on rosin;
by sall Xo ? ft on cotton; - 9 tierce
on rice; 60o V barrel on rosin; gs ru a. on
lum 1er; $10 ? M on Umber. To Boston, by sall
<o??ft on upland ootton; rosin 86c; reaawed
stoff $io?io 60; phosphate $6@5 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 $ Mon boards,Ko9 ft on
cotton; by steam $1 ?*? bale on New York rares.
To Phllaielphia, by steam $2 V on cotton;
by sall, $3 fi M cn boards; $9 60@io on timber; $8
per ton on clay, aaa $8a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team J?o V ft by sall, $e 60@7 f
U on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $s 26 V
ton on phosphate- rock. Vessels are In de
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. C., Dar ion and Satilla Ri vor,
la., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $10@12 V If are tho rates on lumber and
EXOHANOB.-Si 6i Ung 00 HAS 1,1113 24 X.
DoMBSTto EXOHANGB.-Ttl a (hints .Miretiase
sight checks on New York at par? % premium,
ana sellai x@% premmlum. Outside they pur?
chase at Lie? v premium, and sell at s-ieg^
markets by Telegraph.
_ , LONDON, July 22.
Noon.-Conaols 92?. Bonds 9i Si.
QQEIO?-001130'8 cl08ed at 92 * ror money and
92?a92X ror acionnt. American securities un?
? , .. " NEW YORK, July 22.
?,,^D'~Irel'htB0nn- ST0<*8erm. uoldsteady
at 14&. Money e.sy at 3. Exchange, lonjr 9V:
short io*. Oovernmentsjdull and steady, state
bo ds quiet.
Evening.-Money 2?a3. Exchange Qy.tf>X.
Gold dud at 14*014?,'. Loans 2 to 3 ror carry lu ;
new aves 18?; eighty-ones 17?: sixty-twos 16?.
Tennessees 72x; new 72. Virginias 44?; new 50.
Louisianas 50; new 98. Levee sixes 69; eights 74.
Alabama eights 83; Aves 59. Georgia sizes 73;
aevous 88. Norm carolinas 32S: new WS. South.
Carolinas 64; new 31. Freights to Liverpool
ec ar ce. j so Arm.
LIVERPOOL, Joly 22.
Koon.-Cotton opened dull; npiauds io%d, or
Later.-cotton 'irregular; uplands 10%d, Or
eans lo%d; tales 10,000 bales; speculation 2000.
Evening.-Cotton closed unchanged.
NEW YORK, July 22.
Koon.-Cotton iteady ; sales 907 bales; uplands
22c, Orleans 22%c,
Evening.-Cotton Arm; sales 1446 bales; mid?
dling uplands 22sc; Orlens 22%c; sales of fu?
tures to-day 19,600 nales, as follows: August sosa
21%; september 20Sa2i%; october I9 11-l6a20;
November l6al9X; jjecemoer ls%al9S
BOSTON, July 22.
Cotton quiet; middlings '22%c; net receipts 32
bales; gross 225; sales loo; stock ITS; exports to
Liverpool 1032; coastwise 225; stock 10,476.
PHILADELPHIA, J Illy 22.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22s c.
UALTIMORE, July 22.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22%c; gross recelptB7
bales; sales 30; stock 1104.
NORFOLK, July 22.
Cotton dull; low middling 20Sc; net receipts
147 bales; exportB coastwise 331; stock 197.
WILMINGTON, JUty 22.
Cotton quiet; middlings 20%u; net recelpiR 23
bales; BCOCK 780.
SAVANNAH, July 22.
Cotton quiet; middlings 21c: net receipts 299
bales; exports coastwise 678; stock 276.
A CO DST A, July 22.
Cotton dull and nominal; miad,lugs 20%c;net
receipts 54 bales; sales 107.
MEMrnn, July 22.
' Cotton quiet; middlings 22a22%c; net receipts
MOBILE, July 22.
Conon entirely nominal ; middlings not given;
net receipts 7 bales; stock 104;'..
NEW OHLBANS, July 22.
Cotton dull and nothing doing; middlings 22%
a22wc; net recelpiB 171 bales; groan 49; exporta
coastwise 60S; stock 6102.
GALVESTON, Ju'y 22.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary 2Cc; net re?
ceipts 3 nales; atoes 4s6.
raovisioNS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, July 22.
Noon.-BreadBtuffs quiet. Beet 63?.
NEW YORK. July 22.
Noon.-Flour unchanged. Wheat quiet and
steady, corn doll and declining. Porn quiet at
$13 5u. Lard dall; new steam 8Sc; old 9%o.
Turpentine qalet a: ."dc. Rosin quiet at $2 96a3
EveoioK.-Flour, Southern quiet and sreadyat
$0 85aS 80; common to fair extra $8 s6al2; (rood
to choice 'JO. W.ilskey scarce and firmer ac 93%.
Wheat a sh ide easier at $1 60ai 60 for winter
Western. Corn firmer at 68. Pork quiet and
steady at $13 6oai3 70. Mess beef doll at $7 6oa
9 50 for plain mess aud $10al2 for extra do. Lard
quiet at 8Sa9%. Turpentine quiet at 61. Rosin
quiet at $195a3.
ST- Louis, July 22.
Pork $l3al3 60. Shoulders^ es?bsc; clear
Bides 87iaflc. Whiskey BOC
. CINCINNATI, July 22.
Corn dull at 49a60c. Pork $13. Kettle lardera
9c, Bicon shoulders 0%c; sides 8%a8Sc.
LOUISVILLE, July 22.
Pork $i3al4. Shoutdera esc; Bides 8Sa8%c.
Whiskey 89c. Lard, kegs 10%c.
New York Hay Market.
Nsw YORK, July 20.
The Dally Bulletin Bays: There ta light Inquiry
for medium and inferior grades or retail hay, but
all other dt scrlptlons aie dull and prices without
much strength. We quote new hay, a l grades,
Itel io, .
New York Ganny Cloth Market. !
NEW YORK, July 20.
The Dally Bulletin says: There ls a moderate In?
quiry at about stea-iy price*. We note sales of
looo ro ls cloth on private terms, 200 do at lese
and 40 baled bags at 9,'ic gold, tn bond. We quote
bags 15al6SC und dom lac ror Calcutta, and 16a
al6%c for domestic.
New York Rice Market.
NEW YORK, July 20.
The Dally Bulletin says: Sale* or fdlr Biz^d lots
are rep ned. with a better consumptive call and a
steadier tune on both foreign and dointBtic de?
scriptions. ? Sales of 90 tes Carolina at 8%a9%; 160
baga Patna at 7%a8c; 250 do at $3 80 lu bund; 260
bags Rangoon at 6%a7%c.
New York Naval Stores Market.
NEW YORK. July 20.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 4090
bbls rosin, 68 do spirits tarpentlue and loo crude
turpentine, loo do tar. Spirit* turpentine ls
scarce aud very strong, owing, aa we under?
stand, to numerous ahort contracts being out?
standing. Sales early In the day or 61 bbls at
49Scfrom wharf, and 60 bbls at sic; butt ward
the close 51HC was refused. Strained rosin has
ruled rather quiet, and pi Ices wlthoat material
change The hoer grade?, however, are la fair
TPX?MJ?L and stead v.--Salea. 67 bbls atillAao?.
and looo bbls pale at $4 6ua5 37 S- Tar quiet sud
unchanged. Pitch In light jooplng Inquiry nud
firm at $3 25 for city delivered.
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YoRk, July 19.
The Financial Chronicle says : Tue marm dur?
ing the past wees has undergone another Impor?
tant reduc loo la value*, both for cotton on the
spot and for fu-ure delivery. The most marked
decline has been on the spot and for August and
?september delivery; tor tho later months prices
resisted strongly me downward tendency and lt
was uot till within tue past day or two that any
considerable decline was noted. Compared with
last Friday, the change has been about as follows :
Ou spot 2 ?tc tor July 2 sc, for August 2%c, ror
septeinr er 1 7-16c, ror october 13-I6c, fur novem?
ber Sc and ror December ye. The cause of the
depression is the uccumulatlon or stocka at this
ana the leading European markets, while there
has been increased dullness at Liverpool, and a
very ntnlteu demand here, developing among
holders an inclination to reaize. ror the next
crop the comparative steadiness may be attribu?
ted to reports of injury to the growing crop, by ex?
cessive rains and by ravages of the worm. ?
feature of the week ls the revival of the sales fur
export during the past three days. The prices tor
futures, last reported, were (baals of low mid?
dling) 21c for August. 20%c for September, 19y c
for october, 19%c for November, and 19c for De?
cember. The total sales of this description for
the week are 117,650 balea. For Immediate deliv?
ery tho total Bales or the week 9754 bales. Includ?
ing 3937 for export. 5762 for consumption, 66 ror
speculation, and none tn transit.
OOTTON REVIEW -Tho New York Dally Bulle -
tin, of saturday, July 20, rays: At the close of
the cotton week eudmg Friday, Julv 12, the "bull"
Interest had gained a decided advantage, from
the uu?avorabiep-ess and private ad vices regard?
ing the growing orop. As usual, the reporta rela?
tive to me destruction or plants b? the rain aud
the ravages of the 'boll-worm" were shown by
Buonequent advices from more authentic sources
to have Deon greatly exaggerated. The -boll
worm" may have appeared tn some sections, btu
as yet us depredations have not been serious, and
the caterpillar turns out to have been the species
of insect known aa the "grasB-caterplllar," which
does little. If any, damage to the cotton plant.
Rain has fallen more or Jess copiously over al?
most the entire cotton belt, but in only ono or
two districts has lt been BO severe as to do seri?
ous damage to the crop. These facts becoming
known early In the week ended last evening bad
a depressing effect upon our market ror spot and
futures, and the course of the market ba< been
steadily downward with the exception of one
day. Tne market opened on Saturday last and
with liberal transactions went oil ye on spots.
This was followed by a further decline or so on
Monday. Tuesday was steadier la consequence
of less favorable reports from the South, and no
chame occurred tn quotations, contradictory
dispatches were received on Wednesday, how?
ever, and the market declined %c that day, and
Sc again on Thursday. Yesterday there was a
continue i weakness, with a further decline or sc
on ali gradey the market cloding nominal. Tne
export movement uaB been light, Liverpool re?
sponding to our crop prospects by a decline, and
keeping margins pretty will aown.
The flactuatl ns are shown by the following
comparison or the average closing prices of spots
and lui urea on the dates given, on a basis of low
Deliveries. Fri. Mon. Wed. Fri.
July 12. July 16. July 17. July 19.
Spots.*8%C 22%C 22SC 21SC
Joly.23 22S 22 6-16 20%
August.23V 22>? 22% 20%
>eptember...22S 21 1M6 21 s 20%
October.20% 20 6-16 20s 19%
November.. 1916-16 19% 19S 19S
DecemDer. ..19% 19s 19% 19
lt will beseeu from this that the movement In
futures has been characterized by some wida
fluctuations. The decline has been more marked
on the earlier months, deliveries ot tbe new crop
being sheeted leas by the influences brought tu
bear upon the market. Between Friday evening
and Tuesday morning there was a decline of lc
on early contracts. Tuesday prices favored eel
lera Sc which was offset by a decline or %c on
Wednesday, and another %c on Thursday. Yes?
terday prices went off Sa%c, and cloded nominal,
though a shade steadier.
Tho Baltimore Coffee. Flour and Grain
BALTIMORE, July io.
COFFEE.-We have to note a quiet market the
past week, and quotations annexed, which are s
cent lower than last week, closed only nomina1
On saturday last lin bags Rio, ex May Queen
sold at 16% cents, gold, ordinary quulliy. on
Wednesday we learn 1?% cents was refused ror a
prime cargo. From second hands we report sales
or 2oooa26uo bags, tn lots, within th? range, which
we revise, viz : For cargoes Rio, ordinary 16 va
16SC fair 17at7SC goad 17%ai8c, prime 18%a
18%c. Quote Jabbing lots, ordinary 16%al6%c.
fair to good I7sal7%c, good 18%ai8sc, prime
l8Sal9c, eholce I9\c. fancy 19Sat9%o, all gold,
(flxty days, SIOCK in Importers' hands, 28 818
bags ; lu Bampton Roads. 3600 bags; Mobile 6160
bags ; N"w York 99,484 bags- ocal on the sea?
board in nm hands, 131.932 bags Rio.
FLOUR.-The tone of me market has become
more Healthy. Old stock ls being worked off,
and at better prices than would have been ac?
cepted a week or BO past; but at me close the
activity was aumewhat checked. No new How
ard Btreet or Western yet received. City miners,
for want of water, are retarded In grinding; mose
who a-e steam are engaged for some tim ahead
on order*from s"ippers. We uute transactions
for the week asfoliowa:
Howard street.-soo bbls choice family $9 60a
9 75; 100 bbls extra $6 75; 300bbis fine $4a4 26.
Western-(Ohio, Indiana, ?fcc j-lSoO bois family
$Sas 76, chiefly $8-i8 6000 obis extra $>a7 75;
2u0 bbls saper $6; 30? Ada $ia4 37. To-day, loo
bbls extra $8 26; 100 do family, new p.-1.
Northwestern.-100 bbls extra $7.
Olty Mills.-?hipper have thus far contracted
for auout 15,000 bbls new, comprised ol Mount
Vernon, Oudorus, Dorchester, st,ver Spring,
Viaduct, Columbia Extra, Royal Super, Ac; quote
best brands extra $9 asked.
GRAIN.-Receipts from Saturday ta Thursday,
inclusive, were of wneat 20 800 bushels; corn
21,800 bus southern aud 98,400 bu- Western; oats
3S.oru bus chiefly Weste, n ; rye 362 bus o i ly re?
ported. Wneat, marke? showed a steady im?
provement, choice samples on Wednesday rang?
ing 20c per bus higher tuan at close of the pr??
viens week; but on Thursday prices reacted 60.
J?rn early In the week was quite active, but at
the close ia2c off, attributed 10 the scarcity of
freight room and higher freights asked. A good
deal of Western arriving ls heated and otherwise
Injured and rejected from eleva'or, la flt only for
distilling. Oats continue to come lu freshly irom
the west, and we also notice aome small l< ts of
new Southern; market has rued comparatively
steady. Rye scarce and nommai. We note
transactions for the week and cluing quotations
as follows :
wheat.-800 bushels Wettern white, old, $1 00a
1 70; S5?0a4000 bushels new Southern white at $1
60ai 80; 16,1.00 busneis ntw red at $139t>l66 fur In?
ferior ann rough lots, and $1 eoai itu r,r fair to
strictly choice. To-uay 6883 bushel* received.
Market active bnt at prices rattier favorable to
buyers, sa ea ;oo bushels southern wiatt; $1 60a
1 76-nearly ali latter; 20 0 bushels good do. $1 0u
al 07; coo bushels common $1 5oai 66.
corn.-11,600 bushels Sontnern wulte at S0a83c;
4000 busbe s Western do 67ti68c; I56U Uuaheis du
6?a76c; 4200 bushels Soutneru yellow 62an3c;
60 ooo bushels In elevator and part to arrive on
private terms; al,ooo bushels m elevator 6la63c;
8000 bushels rejeced and damaged 30auoc, as to
condition. To-day 1S69 bushels Som hem whit*
and 21,100 bushels WcBieru received. Sales em?
braced 1200 bushels Southern white 81a83c; 400
bushels white mixed Western eec; 4>o bushels
Western yellow 63J; 400 domlxeo ?.c; 1200 bush?
els No. 1 yel.ow sic; quoic elevator lots ooxafllc.
A cargo sold to-day un private terras. Stuck lu
elevator 364,272 bushes.
Oats.-15uO baa weitern white 42a44., 16 OOO
bus do mixed 39d4lc. and for dark 38c; 360o bus
southern 46c for old and 39.I43J for new, aa to
quality and weight. To-day 11,217 bas received,
sales 3000 bus Vt eBtera mixed 40c, 30OO do white
4U42, 1600 bUB new Southern at 34a36c for In?
ferior, and 40a43c for good and prime.
BOSTON, July 20.
COFFEE.-The market during the past week has
been rather quiet, with a tight demand, aud hold?
ers, in order to realize, have reduced the.r prices
fall xe per lb. Notwlihsannlng inls declu e,
there ls no perceptible lm rovemeuitonoteln ihe
demand, aud salea have only been in Jobbing lots.
We quote aa follows: Java i9Xa2io; Rio at 17a
19Xc; at. Domingo at i6Xaiec; Malabar i9.se;
Maracaibo at I7)tfal8xc; and Mocha at 2t?a22c
per lb, gold, la bond.
RICE -Toe marke t lor Carolina has been very
quiet since oar last, and the eui ire sales for the
past week aggregate bat a small number of
tierces. The lower gradrs have been pr?t y near
ir not entl ely cleaned ? ff me m .mec while me
Htock of high grades IB very muun reduced, with
but very light receipts expected till the next
crop, whlcn it ls expected will be fully thirty day<
later this season >han last. We quote good at
9xc, ana prime and choice at 9xa9?c per pound.
lu .orelgn rice the market has been quite orin at
a Blight advance on low grade Kangoon. Tne de?
mand has been rainy ac Ive, and 1 he saleB fir me
week comprise 400 bag-i Rangoon and 460 bags
Patna at rmi prices. We quote Rangoon nt n 4.6a
7c, and Patna at 7?a7Jic per pound. The exports
have been 40 bags to nay it at 3>.c, gold, lu bond.
Receipts per Railroad, July* 2?.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
43 Dale- cotton, 79 bales coode, 22 bbls spirits,
U8 bbls roslo, and 476 Backs grain. To Hm.road
/.gent, G w Wi.Hams A co, Kinsman & Howell,
Barden A Parker, Cnapeau A co, ? S Smith A Ou,
Johnston, Crowe A co, A J Salinas, Jno Campaeu
A co, U Foll?n A Sons, Meffeus, Werner A Ducker.
Caldwell A son, H Gerdts A co, H Bulwinkle, and
NORTH S ASTERN RAILROAD.
30 bbls crude and 124 bbls spirits tarpentlne,
492 bbls roslo, cars nf lumber, muse, AC. TO
Barden A Parker. Whlidcn A Joues Chapean A
co Kinsman A Hawaii. O Lleoeurood. Capt D.CK,
H bischoff & co. Dr W H irescott, W U Moore, D
? Bbaugb, J Poppenhelm, E Welling, B F sim?
mons and Order.
PORT CALKS DAK.
New MOOD, 6th, 1 hour 5 minutes, evening.
?^fl"r?*ijfflu7OTffi?Thours, 34 minuten, morning"
Last Quarter, 27th, 2 hours, 0 minutes, morning.
fl. A 8
CHARLESTON, S. C....JULY 23, 1872.
jat. 32 deg 46 min 88 Hec. | Lon 79deg67 min 37 sea
Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbattl, West Point Mill, sd
tierces rice. To J R Pringle 4 son and W O Bee
Received rrom Bennett's MllL 63 tierces rice
To W 0 Bee ? so, and Ingraham A Sun.
IN THE OFFING.
Merchants' Line sehr Myrover, Brown, New
York,- days. Mdse. To Roac.t A Monett, Jas E
Ad;cr A co, Bulckeu A Wohltmann. li Blscboff A
co, Bollmaun Bros, A M Bush, cameron, Barkley
A co, C O.aclUB, W H Charte & eo. J Cosgrove A F
Chevreux, H Cobla A co, Dowle. Moise a Davis, O
D Franke. U Gerdts A co, E M Grlmke, Hart A CO,
J Hurkamp A co, I U Hall & co, Do mea A Calder,
Jeffords A co, Kiln ck, Wlckenberg A 10. ti K latte
A co, P B Lalane A co, C A Leognlck, J H Lnp z,
C Lllienthal A co. D McPhetaon, A McLelsh, Men?
tone A co, Wm Muttnie-sen, J C Ogemaon, Wm
Shepnerd A co, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, W B
sml h A co, D U yilcx, C W Miles J K Taylor A
co, Ttedeman, Calder A co, J H V?llers. Western
Union Telegraph co, O F Wlettrs. L Weiskopff, W
L Webb, Wagoner A Moosees, J W DykeB, Order,
S Yeadon, J N Robson, Geo W williams A co, and
Sehr E O Rommel, Risley, from >;ew York.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, July 22.
Arrived, steamships Syrian and Atlantic.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND BAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Georgiana, Mann, sailed.June 7
The Duke of Cornwall, Keays, Balled.May 22
The Granton, Duke, np.June 19
Bi hark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.June 2
WEST HARTLEPOOL. ENO.
The Pegaras, Christiansen, cleared.May 16
Br brig Julia Llngley, Pratt, cleared.July 2
Brig Henry A Louise, H -nd, cleared.June 28
Sehr Florence Ballev, Balley, cleared.Juiy 6
Sehr Jonas smith Hodgkinson, cleared.... july 16
-sehr Roger Drury, Gage, up.July 4
Sehr Patina, Rankin, up.July 6
Sehr May Mom.-, up.July 10
sehr Minnie, Hudson, up.July 18
Sehr Minnehaha, Douglass, up.July 16
Sehr Wm P O. x, Newell, up.July 17
Sehr Caroline Young. Young, cleared_June 7
Sehr E R Roramell, Ripley, up.July 1
Sehr Ann s Cannon, un nen, cleared.July 3
Sehr J H Stickney, collins, sailed.July 8
Sehr Lewis Ehrmann, Fuoka up.July 19
Sehr Sallie Bissen, Davis, cleared.July 17
Sehr Louis Ebrmau, Fooks, up.July 19
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, up.July 16
Bark Ada Carter. Nichols, cleared.July lt)
Sehr J W spencer, Thomas, cleared.July 8
Sehr" Dr Rogers, Allen, sailed.July 1
Sehr Frank A Emily. Mecobb, sailed.June 18
Sehr Wlllto Lace, Talbot, up.Jane 29
fJlHE GREAT GERMAN REMEDIES
Proressor LOUIS WUNDRAM'S BLOOD PUB)
TING AND PURGATIVE HERBS, (In Pills O'
Fowders,) for the cure of all Acute or Caron c
Plaeases, resulting from Impure blood and imper
re Also, the following Medicines by tho same (Frc
sor Louis Wundram. Brunaw?c?:. Germany ?1
Q Rheumatic Tincture.
For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street.
R NEW YOEE.
KKW YORK AND CHARLESTON
BBT ABL I^IB: ^ D 1846.
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship JAMES
ADGER, T. J. Lookwood, Commander, will
Ball from Ad ger's South Wharton SATURDAY, July
27i h. ar ll o'clock A. M, precisely.
IBF The JAMBS ADGER le Handsomely and com?
fortably fitted np for passengers, and offers
great inducements to travellers going North.
49* Through Rills or Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
jnly22-a JAMES ADGER tc. co., Agenta.
1HE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
EYE RM AN, Captain-,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
Are now regularly on tue Lino, insuring a first.
claaB sea connection between Philadelphia ano
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Oom
panles at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points lu the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of tho Northwest, Boston
Providence and tho Eastern Manufacturing Cen
O" The RVERMAN ls appointed to sall from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 26th July, at ll
o'clock A M.
?-The GULF STREAM Will follow.
For particulars or Frelgnt arrangements, app'.j
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. IS
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
OR NEW YORK
ON WEDNESDAY, JOLY 24, AT 10
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The splendid New Iron Sldowheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Heimos, Commander, will Hall for
j New York on WEDNESDAY. July 2?tb, at io o'clock
A. M., from Pier So. 2. Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities aa usual.
Insur ince bv Steamera of thia Line % per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagement?, having
i very One Deck Stateroom accommodations, appij
to WAGNER, HUGER & CO., No. 26 Broad street.
I or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No, i Union Wharves.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGB
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIbS OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine steamship FALCON, Haynle, Com
49* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city ny railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Conalgneea are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot lu Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL O. TRENHOLM, Agent,
Jnlyi.3-6_NO. 2 Union Wharves.
pAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTA
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamera ot the above line leave Pier,
No. 42. North River, foot of CanalL
street, New York, at 12 o'clook noon, or the
and 80th of every month except when tuest
dates rall on sunday, then the .saturday preceding
All departures connect at Panama with steam
era for south Pacific and central American ports
Oeparturc of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran
cisco a rs t of every month, except when lt falls on
-?unday: then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred poonda baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information applj
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the whari
foot or canal street, North River, New York.
)olv36-lyr_F. R. RABY. Agent.
JT10R LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
STEAM COMP AN F
wm dispatch one of their flrst-class, mil powei
iron screw Steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage (80, gold.
Steerage Pansage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $80
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS ? GUION,
No. 68 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool lsaoec
iy the Charleston and New York Steamers, wh lol
.nase close coaneotlon with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
m?7* Qr WK. A. COURTENAY.
i^BT?E SULPHUR SPBINGs7~
GREENBRIER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA,
FamouB for their ALTERATIVE WATERS and
fashionable patronage, are now open. They are
2000 feet above tide water-affording entire relief
from prostrating summer heat. Capacity ror two
Charges-13 per dav and $80 per moHth of thir?
ty days, GEO. L. PEYTON ? CO..
jy?OSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE
Highest Cash Price paid ror WOOL, WAX
Hides, Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers m COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
gt . J. L U H N,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SUROIOAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KINO STREET, CORNER OF JOHN.
Now in Stock of my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's Cold Cream.
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and chiorodyne.
TILDEN 4 CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
Pills, Ac AGENT FOE
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOE BOOTH GASOLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Su rgloal Instrumenta and Goods of foreign man
ufactoreimported to order. ??????uiiiu
'fR'SiX Department ls complete, em.
bracing au New Remeuies.
ways on ha'nd1'1161110i 11,1118868 and 3an<lages al
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS cempouflded
with acouraoy day or night. janiowrmiy
F LOB I D A ,
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR,
Captain L. M. Ooxetter. will leave.
oiiurie-ton on WBDHXSDAY NIGHT, 24th tmanl, lor
FERNANDINA. J AOKaUN V1LLK. PAUATKA?
AND ALL LANDINGS Uti ST. JOHK'S RIVER.
Freight received on W?DMBDAT MOBNINO at
Southern wharf.- .. .
For Frelght or Passage, apply to *
V BAVENKL 4 CO, Agents.
Corner Vanderborat's Wnarf and Eas* day
E B K L Y LINE
SAVANNAH, OA., BEAUFORT, PAOTFIO AND
Will receive Freight at Accommo- . -?Jjr*?*^
tlon wharf, ever; TUESDAY, sji? ??gSSSKBL
leave for above pointa every WBDNBSBAY ffjEf
IMO, at 8 o'clock.
Frelghtcecelved for pointa on Savannah River,
to be transferred to steamer CLYDE, leaving Sa?
vannah every THURSDAY.
consign ra eat a tocare of Agents will be forward?
ed free of storage or commissions.
For ea gage men LS apply to
RAVENEL. HOLMES A GO.,
july23-l No. 177 East Bay.
JpOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.,
TOUCHING AT ALL THE MILLS.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain. c.
C. ? hit?, will receive Freight THIS ?
DAY. at Commercial Wharf, and Rave ? ab
TO-NIGHT, at 9 o'clock.
Apply on board or to
SHACKELFORD A KELLY,
J ol? 23-1* Southern Wharf.
JjlOR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE PEEDEE RIVKR
The steamer SWAN, captain H. 8. r nflr***r?
Cordes, ls now receding Freight?kMa?kttmm
at Accommodation Wharf, ana will leave on
WEDNESDAY NIGHT, the 24th Instant. .
For Freight engagements apply to
RAVENEL, HJLMES A 00.
Joly22-3_No. 177 East Bay.
Ornas anb iSleainnee. _
ri M vms AI. KX Ul HI non OF ?asa. ^
FIRST-CLASS MEDAL j
? ALF. LABARRAQUE AND Co
Approved by thc Imperial Academy
Thc Q al ni am L abarra crae is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all the other preparations of Peruvian Bark
The Bark Wines usually employed inme
dicine are prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing to the manner in which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than the traces of active principles,, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Quinlan Labarraqae, Approved by
the Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on (he
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely. ,
The Quinium jLabarraqne is prescribed
with great success for persons of weak con?
ti tution, or for those debilitated by varions
exhausting causes or past sickness ; for you$?
fatigued by too rapid growth; for young
girls whose development takes place with
difficulty; for women in childbirth; and for
aged persons enfeebled by years or illness.,
lt is the best preservative against Fevers.
In cases of Chlorosis, Anemia, orGreensik
ness, (his Wine isa powerful auxiliary of
the ferruginous preparations. In conjunction,
lor example, with VAULT'S Pats, the rapidi?
ty of its action is really marvellous.
Dst*} io Ms, L. FRERE, 19; roe Jacob.
i Agents In Charleston: DOWIE, MOISE
^A DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists, j
JJR?GS AND MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. B A E B,
NO. 181 MEETING STREET,
In addition to a foll stock of Drugs and Chemi?
cals, offers the following Patent Medicines and
Sundries : ;
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATES
Grlmault's Syrup of the Hypopnoaphate of Lune
Guaran? (Headache) Powders
BERGER'S BEDBUG DESTROYER
Beef, Wine and Iron
Elixir Phosphate Iron, Quinta and Strychloa
Valentine's Meat Juice, made of the best Beef,
without rat, the best Food for Delicate chil?
dren, sarre-mg from Summer Complaint. rit
ts easily prepared, and quite palatable
Helnitsh's Qaeen's Delight
Lelay's Blood Plhs >
German Blood Pills
Sir James Clarke's Female Pills
Grlmault's Matteo Capsules
Wiiber'a Cod Liver ou and Hypophoaphate of
Sugar-Ooated Fills, of every description
Fluid Extracts (a run assortment)
DeBlng'a Pile Remedy
DeBlng'a Via Fugae
j Sage's Catarrh Remedy
Pierce's Golden Discovery
I Simmons's Liver Regulator
McMunn's Elixir of Opium
Sponges, of every descrlr .??
Carbolic Acid, (crystals,) CvboUo Acid, ut soin
tlon, for Disinfectant Purposes
Carbolic Disinfectant Soap
Carbolic Toilet Soap
Solution of Chloride of Soda, a convenient Dis
Chloral Hydrate, made by Meres, of Darmstadt
Fountain Syringes, Mattson'a Syringes, David?
Atomizers, Perfumers, Breast Pnmps
Pessaries, Trusses, Abdommal Supporters
Hall's Hair Renewer
C ' .valler's Life for the Hair
Montgomery's Hair Restorer
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIO T
Vitalia for the Hair
Allen's Hair Restorer
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Tutt's Hair Dye
Batchelor'a Hair Dye
Japanese Hair Dye
Egyptian Han: Colono g
NATTAN'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
Basting's syrup of Naptha
Alien's Lung Balsam
Forest's Jumper Tar
stafford's Ol:ve Tar
Marsden's Pectoral Balm
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Schenck'e Pnunontc syrup
Russell's soothing Cordial
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL
Chlorate Potash Losanges *
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
lodinized Cod Liver Oil
Bryan's Pul moa ic . Tarera
French Tooth Lozenges
Thomson's Tooth Soap JJ.
And all other Proprietary Medicines. .