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England, Awake !
THE MOTHER 0? NATIONS 18 DEAD.
Spirit of England, art ibon sleeping?
Soul of the uc?an, art thou ned?
Behold! thy suter 1B wounded ann weeping;
The waves are leaping; the storm ls creeping
Hi .her to break on thy slumbering head.
England, awakei for thy tomb may cover thee!
Awake, awake! for the shroud ls over thee!
England, awake, if thou be not dead !
The seas are crying, the clouds are flying. ..
FamPrance ls dying.-her blood flows red;
Europe in thunder is rent asunder.
But the motlier o." nations ls lying dead.
"Weep!-and pray that our tears may wake her;
Pray! tho' prayers have been vain of old;
Scream, tho' the munder in weak to shake herr
In the name of the Maker, awake her, awake her!
The storm hath come-let the bells be toHed.
Mother, awake! we ?Te walling aloud for thee!
Awake! awake! they are bringing the ajiroud for
They will bury thee quick, for thy pal3e 13
0 God! to be sleeping, with thy oh?dren weeping.
And the lightning leapiug rouud farm and
Dark rolls the motion of heaven and ocoau
Why is the mother or nations cold *
Hush! for I have a charm to move her;
I wlU name her glories lo limes long fled.
Now, that the doom is so dark above her,
Come, all that love her. and over and over
Let the mighty sim of her deeds be said.
England, awafcol we wail wet-eyed f?r thee!
By the sons that have dreamed, the sons that
have died for thee!
She hears; she remembers; she is not dead;
0 hearts) cease aching, the dawn 13 breaking.
England ls waking-she lifts her head I
Her lips shall thunder: thc world shall wonder',
The mother of dations ls not dead.
February i, 1871. RCBERT BUCHANAN.
O OX ME B OLA L S Elit;.
TRINIDAD-Per brig Georgie-106,000 feet lum?
KEW YORK-Per steamship Charleston-i> bags
zea. island and 476 bides upland cotton, 10 tierces
rice, so bales domestics and yarns, 70-pkgs. sun?
BALiuMH^Per steamship Falcon-260 bales
cotton, 271 ta rico, 22 bales domestics, 34 rolls
leather, 147 bbb rosin, io bbls guano, 7 bales bides-,
12,000 leet lumber, 9* pfeift sundries.Per sehr
Maggie Cam-Inward cargo from Cardenas.
The OiRI 1 ??iou Cotton, lticc ana Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS. I
TUESDAY EVENING, March 14. 1871. 1
COTTON.-Toe market was quiet, and the in?
quiry very light, but prices were- steadily main?
tained, and sellers were firm, and Ijeld with con?
fidence, the encouraging dispatches strengthen
. lng the article. Sales about 45P bales, viz: i at
10, 33 at 11K, 64 at 12, 23 at 12}?, b at 12>4', 5 at 13,
94 at 13K, 2 at 13X, 81 at 13K. 0 at 13,'., 08 at
1311-16,12 at 13?;, 7 at 14c ? m. we quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.]li,'ftl2,\'
Strict middling..14 @
Rics.-*-The higher grades of this" grain were
better, and ali Qualities firm. Sales' near 300
tierces of clean carolina, say S3 tierces at 7>?c,
li?t 7"ic, 9Q a", sc, 93 at 6, KC, and 10 on private
terms. We quote common to fair at 7K<s>7K'c,
good ?%?ix?\ ?.
NATAL STORES.-The sales were 46 bbls spirits
turpentine at 4t)c li gallon; near 300 bbls rosin,
ow No*. 1 to No. 3, and a it w bois extra pale roam,
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands; via Kew York, -,d on up?
lands, ld@lKd on sea Islands ; by sab
T-16 on Uplands, . .vi on sea islands,
To Havre nominal, coastwise-to New foik,
by steam, Xe on uplands and Xe on se*
Islands; $1 SS f? tierce on .rice; by sail,Kc f lb 01.
?tton;-- f tierce on rice; 40c r> barrel on rosin*
@S sjiou lum bur : $3310 f> if. on timber, ii.
Boston, by sall, Kc V lb cn upland cc'.Sb::
To Providence, by sail $8 V M on boards, ,sc
fl lb on cotton; by st eu ni $1 ? bale on New
Tork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Kc ft. ft>
on nplands; by sail, $7 fi M ou boards; $9 on
timber; 13 fi ton on clay, and $3S3 to cn rhos
phates. To Baltimore, by-steam, KC fi h> by
aail. ic fi M on boards-; $3$3 25 f> ton oi.
phosphate rock. Vessels are In demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights furn
Georgetown, S. C, Darleu and SiitlUa Uiver, Ga
and-Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and f lo
012 fi M arc the ratet- on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 21@2iy?.
DoMSTio EXCHANGE. - The i?anko purchase
Bight checks at Ji orr, und sell at par.
Markets by Telegraph.
. " MONEY MAKKETS.
LONDON,ir?ch 14-Noon.-consols 91 Bonds
Evening.-CODSOIS 91K- Bonds 91%.
Nsw .YORE, Varch 14- Noon.-Gold steady at
UK. Governments very dull Stocks steady at
old prices. Kout-y easy at 4. .Exchange-long
SJ?; abort io?;. Freights steady.
'.Evening.-Money eany at 4a5. Gold UK- Gov?
ernments dall and steady. Sixty-twos 12K south?
erns-Nor tb can-Unas weak. Virginias strong.
South Carolinas active but not so strong. Ten
necsecs ax ; new 64. Virginias 67; new 67. Lou
jsanaa 69; new 63. Levees 73>?; eights 85K- Ala
bamas loo >4 ; fives OK- Georgias. 80; sevens 90.
North carolinas, 47: new 20. South Carolinas 77.
Freights heavy ; cotton by sail ->?a6-16d. The Spe?
ele shipments to Europe te morrow exceed $1,
NEW ORLEANS, March 14.-Sterling 2iKa2?.
Sight x-discount. Gold UK
COTTON M AK K KT S.
LIVERPOOL. March 14-Noon.-Cotton steady;
nplands 7Ka7Kd; Orleans 7},a7Kd; sales lo.uoo
Evening.-Colton close-1 firm: uplands 7.fa
7Kd, Orleans 7Ka7Kd; saies 10,000; s?ecu:atiuu
and export 2000 bales; yarns and labrics steady.
NEW YORE, March 14-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
uplands ux, Orleans iby, ; sales 2000 bales.
Evening:-Colton quiet and Arm;sales 2002at
"Kc. . .
BOSTON, March 14.-Colton quiet and firm; mid?
dlings. l5Kc; net receipts 495; gross r200; sales
SOO; stock 10,600 bales.
BALTIMORE, march 14-Cotton ?rm; holders
are asking higher rates; middliug i4>,ul4K<;; net
receipts, loo bales; gross receipts, 525; exports,
ceastwi.se. 125; sales, 450; st9<-k, 14.163.
NORFOLK, March 14.-Conon lum; low mid
dllna l2Kc; net receipts 760 bales-, exports coast?
wise 635; soles 100; stock 5841.
WILMINGTON, Mardi 14.-Cotton advanced and
Is steady at 13 ; ;c for middlings; net receipts 217
bales; sales 75: stock 3430.
SAVANNAH, March 14.-Colton in good demand
but p. or oirenngs; middlings lSjtfe; net receipts
1511 bales. Exports coast? lse lb; sales GOO; stock
AUGUSTA, Marth 14.-Cotton market firmer and
more acti\*b at l3Kc for middliug; sales 800 bales;
MOBILE, March .14.-Cotton Armer; middlings
14al4Kc; uet receipts 1309; exporta coastwise 583;'
sales 1MH>; stock 6i,H08 bales.
KEW ORLEANS, Uar h. 14.-Cotton Annes,- but
held higher; middlings MJ?RUKC: net receipts,
4210 hales; grO'S rectlpts, 43J9. Exports to Great
Britain, 4028; to Vera Cruz, 603. Sales, 13,300;
GALVESTON, March 14.-Cctton steady; good or?
dinary ?Uiaii?j'o: net receipts 2038; exports to
Great Britain 850; coastwise 49; sales 1500; stovk
PROVISIONS AND PROD'MAKKP7S. '
KEW YORK, March 14-Noor.-Flour unchang?
ed. Wheat Arm. Corn Arm. Pork steady; mess
$21 50a2i 75. Lard quiet; ?team i2?.?ai2Kc. Tur?
pem ine steady at 53K. Rosin quiet at $2 75 for
strained. Freights steady.
Evening.-Flour-Southern dull; common to
fair extra $7*7 60; good to choice $7.65a9. Whis?
key steady at 93c. Wheat quiet and unchanged.
Corn lc better, 87K to 8$K Pork a shade finner,
S21J.. Beer quiet. Lard firm. Navels Bteady.
Tallow firm ut SV?0},c.
ST. Louis. March U.-Jfour easier; superfine
winter Sr< 75a5 65. Corn active; backed 59a6lc.
Shoulders S.saSJic; cleur sides 11 Ko. Lard 12c.
LOUISVILLE, t-arch 14.-Flour firm. Com
shel ed, 6S. provisions armer. Mess Pork $21"
Lard, tlerc>", 12c; keg lSKaiSKc. Shoulders S'ic.
Packed clparsldi s il>-;c. Whiskey 87c.
CINCINNATI, March 14.-Flour qmet and un?
changed Corn, urooplug, 59c Provisions-de?
mand light and holders Arin. Pork $2150 a?ken
Shoulders 8K; tides Hall?, with a quarter less
offered. Whiskey dull and lower at 86c.
Interior Cotton Markets.
C0LDMRU3. March ll.-Our market very dall .
low middlings, good styles. T2Kc; sales 135*talcs
receipts 70; shipments 30C. . '
SELMA, March li.-There were sales yesterday
to the amount of 11? bales; low middling nomi?
nally 12*0; market uuclmugtd; demand only tor
goo i cotton.
WILMINGTON, March ia-SPittiTa TURPEN?
TINE.-sale, of 45 cas.s at 49 cts fl gallon for
ROSIN.-Sales of 79t> bbls at $2 25a2 30 forstrain
ed; $2 50 for No 3; $3 lor No 1, and $4 25a4 75 for
'CRUDR TURPENTINE-Sales of 400 bois at S3 30
Jorsoiland S2 10roi hard.
J???&? ?f 305 ",,ls a! $1 55 il bbl.
0 ?111,48 at 12, and 9 ot 13 cts f; m.
New York Hay Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, March 13: Receipts 976
bale* per boats, and 13 car loads. The price or |
shipping 13 $115, and not very steady even at
thatqirice. Tho aalea.are 50 r>ates for Serest.
176 bales for Galveston, 62 ror Wilmington, 50 for
Norfolk, 200 tor Havana, 90 P>r Jack-ionville, and
20 Tor Fernandina, all at $11?. Retail ot the best
grades is very steady. Straw ls lower for long
rye. Cloveris lower. " s-, *
New York Rice .Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, March 13: Domestic
quiet and arm, with the usual jobbing sales re?
ported at S,??a9c. Foreign ls steadily held at pre?
vious figures, and sellers In some cases are pre?
dicting a further improvement in view of the
firmness aid tendency to buoyancy on the Liver?
pool market, from whence a large proportion of
our supplftjs are drawn for the present. Sales of
200 bags Rangoon at 7?a7A?O currency, duty
paid, and 3>?a3??c gold, UT bond, for small lots or
?Vorfott. Grain Market.
NORFOLK, March 12,-Cons.-The market con?
tinues dull and inactive, and the only sale we
have reported Ls one or 1500 bushels white at 82c.
OATS.- The market ls steady, and all good lots
meet ready sale. A cargo of 2000 bushels brought
Kec?lpta by Railroad. March. 14.
sacra CABOLIKA RAILROAD.
799 bales cotton, 59 bales goods, 160 bbls flour,
4 cars stock. To Railroad Ageut, Pelzer, Rodgers
A- co, Geo W Williams & co, G H Walter ? co, w
P Dowling A co, Mowry A Son, Reeder A Davis,
Geo A Tren holm A son. Frost A Adger, wilcox..
Gibbs A co, Sloan tc Seignious. W C courtney A
co, Caldwell A Son, W W Smith, A B Mulligan.
85 bales upland and l bag sea island cotton, 100
bushels peas, cars lumber and wood, mdse, i c.
To G W Williams ft co. Frost A Adger, A J Sau?
nas, W K Kyan.T V Smith, Mowry 4 Son, Barden
4 Parker, Kinsman 4 Howell, Caldwell A Son, C
; Voigt. Reider A Davis, Pelzer, Rodgers 4 co, W 0
Courtney A co, Howard A Bro, Jno Wleters, W C
Bee.A co, Wilcox, Gibbs 4 co, Pringle ic Son, G
i Foll?n, Gratser A smith, Smith A chapeau, H F
(??aker A co, Railroad Agent and Order.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
S ba.es cotton, 125 bushels rough rice, mdse,
Ac. To J Colcock ft co, J Wiley A co, Dowling A
co, G W Petit, Pringle A. Son, A Sumner, J B sar
dy, Andrews A Saivo. J Bulwinkle, G M Blocker,
C Vurnidore, J M Wilkins.
Per steamship Charleston, for New York-R
L Ward, F Leber, J Shear, W o'Dra, P Mulligan, J
silver, J Drewer, J Mattan. Miss C Middleton, Miss
E G S?eu, Miss Perry. J U Love, F Dospasseu, M
McGowan, Miss Mceuen, Miss M Gleason, M Foley,
A Smith, Mrs Case and daumier. E T Chedsey, G
H Ctai k, E Titus, S Kihg. T flail R Hall, 0 Foot, C
B Buist, - Mahoney, Capt Spencer. wiloauAlthree.
children, MLis McClear. N Rawson, W Harris aud
wife, W S Harris and wife.
Per steuinsulp Manhattan, norn New York
G L Downes. Dr Caswell, wilenud child, Mrs E M
ShoUd, KO Rockwood, J ii Brinckerhofl. Mrs S C
Smith, J ll H?bett, o D Bunter, -i Luche, Major V
D Ogubv, \v Mendel!, E Cime and wire, SB Cime,
MaMer ll Oswald, Mus J u; wald, Mrs J Oswald.
Miss E Oswald. ti. J LaForge. K C" Downey, Geo W
. Mum:ferd. Mm Mendel), Miss .vended. F Ells, Airs
F K Houstou and child, Mrs ?! O'Dontor and maid,
Mrs M T Gulsey. J B Boyd, H Pillo:, Coi S C Ly
lord, and 1 deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah, Beau?
fort, Pacific ana others Landings-G Rolden, J G
Foster. Miss A Kressel, F Kr?ssel, Sr, J J Fripp, C
H Wright, Mes Burkharr, J Matheuseu, TGrecu. J
M Lynch, D L Eaton, 0 A Nailer, E N Chlsolm,
Capt Noel, Maj J Jenkins and wife, aud S deck.
rer steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
Dr A B Flagg, Mrs Shubrick. Miss E Shubrlck. L R
McLain. Miss H 'Shubrick. J C Claussen, Mrs J D
Ward, Miss A Ward, Hiss Cinsolm, Miss Crocker,
Mrs Morse. F Shackelfonl, A Morgan, ll Cl irk, T
R Sessions, Mrs Webb, Master Webb, Dr F L Frost
and 14 deck.
MARLS IS ii EH 8.
CHA?LK?TON. S. C...MARCH 13, 187
Steamship Manhattan, Woodnull. New York
left Saturday, P M. Md?e. To J Adger A co. J K
Adger A co, D A Am nie, T M Bristoll A co, wm M
Bird A co, Adams, Damon & cu, G W Amur. C D
Ahrens A-co. J Archer. J 1) Aiken A co. J Allen,F
Abates A cu, E T Brown. E E Bedford, C Dart ft co
G A Bowman,W S tls?ell, Bullmann Bros, B Bovd
S Brown. M L Buckley, W C Bee A eu, U Blscliuir
ft co, A Brookbanks. Bayer A- Kressel, Jr, Dr Buer,
E S Burnham, L Cohen A co, T M cater. Craue.
Ltovlstou Sc co, J c Li Clausen, T Campbell, A D
Cohen, J B Duval A Sou, M Drake, R L David A
co, F Dauer, P Lu: cy, E Daly, J ll Dcv?reau, Ellas
Bros, Dowle, Moise it Davis, Furchgott, Beiiedlc
4 co. Foi Bf the. McComb ft co, I L Folk A- co, J <
Fairiy A co, D F Fleming A co. C D Fraucke, J ll
Graver A co, P L GuUiel&?c, W Gurney, Gontevo
nltr Bros, T M Horsey A hru, J Hurkamp A c >, D
B Haselton, Uart A-co, W Hcusenbuttel, J W Har?
risson, Uarbeson A co, Johnston, Crews & cu, C
Jacobson, Jelfords A co, Juger Bros, John P Keip,
Klinvk, AvickeubL-ig A co, Krlete & Chapman, c
Kerrison, Kinsman Bros, C Lltscligt, P D Lalaue A
co, A Langer, Leuguiek, Sell A Foster, E Lee, G J
Lah II, U Lawless, Lopez A Ltstle, C T Lowndes. 1)
Loeb. Mcl.oy ft Klee, Menke A Moller, P F Murray,
Murphy A Little. R li McDowell, w Maltlueaeeu,
R A McDonald, J G M:laor A co. MarshalLA iHirue.
s lt- M a? si mi;, it D Mowry A >ou, B A Marshall, li
K XtnfvUle, B O'Neill. D O'Neill ft Sous, J Oyren, .1
C O. M O'Connor, c P l oppenheim, E Perry. Kev
A T Porter, Paul, Welch ft Brandea, P A u Peter*
man, D Paul A co, .1 A Quackenbusii, Raveuel A
co. s C Railroad co, X E Railroad co,.J Russell, J
Reils, ll tl Raymond, J Kughelmer, J Roth, Mis C
Stackjev, Soarhirn Express co, K B Stoddard A
co, Sioil. Webb A co, A Summer, H Siejrllng. H
Steinkeii, L Schnell, Steffens, Werner A- Ducker,
Wm Shepherd A ca, A R Stillman, Shackulford A
Kelly, D Soltlere. Stce'.e A Wardell, U Stender, S D
Stoney, F J5 Schroder M Schwanz, Tiedemaun,
Calu?r A co. J F Tavlor A co. R Thomlinson ft co,
P P Toare, S Thompson, M Triest, J Thomson A co,
J Trouehe, E Vamlerhorst, M A Warren, Miss Julia
Wlntiej? IcWeihkopr, Walker, Evans A^Cogsweil.
OF\%*?4>F.Wtetefc?, W LAVebb, J-Wirt h, W
J. Vat?, Hagener ft ii on sees, and others. Mon?
da/, -W30A.Mi.45 ranean otth ur Hatteras, exchang?
ed signals with steamship Champion, hence fur
New York, The Manhattan encountered a dense
fog on Saturday night, aud-strong southerly winds
Brig Charles Wesley, Grlfila, Eelfast. Me-sailed
February 17th. -Hay. To the Master and A Mc
Steamer Pilot Boy. Sly, Savannah, Beaurort,
PaclMc and other Landines. ?O bags sea [-laud
cotton, mdse. Ac. To J i> Aiken ft co. Wm M
Bird A co. Bcllmvnn Brus, W Gurney, Huvenel A
co. E Falkner, Wm M Lawton A Sons, Cumerou,
Barkley A co; Raver el, Holmes A co.
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C. 105
tleras rice, 57 bales cotton, 25 bbls potatoes-, s
bags wool, mdse and sundries. To Shackelford
4 Kelly, L D DeSaussure, Caldwell 4 Son, Frost
A Adger, W P Russell, F F chapeau, Thurston A
Holmes, C E Van Eden, Il Cobla 4 co, B O'NeUI, E
Bull, Mrs Street, Pringle A Son.
Sloop campbell, ?autee River. 2T0 bushels
rough T:cc. To W C Bee ic co.
Received from Chisohu's Mill. 91 tes rice. To
W C Bee A ccuind Kiosl 4 Adger.
. Ste".mslnp charleston, Berry, New York-James
Adpt: ft eu.
Sieitiiislup Falcon. Haynie, Baltimore -P c
Treu ho lin.
?Brig Georgie, Swan, Trinidad-*-W Roach" ft co.
Sehr Maggie Cain. Scull, Baltimore-U F Baker
Steamship Charleston, Berrv. New York.
Steamship Falcon. Havuie. Baltimore.
Br bark4)tle>te. Fullerton. Liverpool.
Bi bark liol late, Nielsen, Liverpool.
Sehr Maggie Cain, scull. Baltimore.
Sehr St-a yueen, Rosebrook, Wilmington; N C.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter. Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Savannah, Ac.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood. New York,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Dan Gifford, steelmau, at New Orlean?.
The sehr Dan Gifford, which cleared for :hte
port at Now Orleans March ll, has on board 5102
The sehr A J Fabens, Bragg, from Prudence Is'
aud for Charleston, put Into Bristol, R L March 9,
for a harbor.
LIST OF VESSELS
CF, CLEARED AND SAIL6?> KOS 1UIS TOR"
Ship Tranqnebar, Harward. sailed.jan 21
ShlD Canova. LuSuck, sailed.Keb ?
Bark Annie Kimball. S'.lu son, cleared..tau 20
Bark florence Chipman, Jones.jan J?
The G U llevan, Bevan, sailed.Jan ?e
' MlDPLESwKO', EKG.
The Oscar, Peterson. Hilled.Feb 5
Br brig Sir Robt McClure, GrilUihs, sh: ....Feb
c AUDI rr.
The Jean Vivian, Prower, sailed.Jan 26
Fr bark Intimes, Cellini, silled.Oct l?
Sehr Marcus HuuU-r, Orr, up.'..March 3
DOM BS TIC.
Ship city of Boston, Wyman, cleared.Feb 19
Sehr S C T.vier, Barreta up.Fell 13
Sein- ll N Hawkins. Wyatt, up.Keb 22
Scar M.R Somer?, --, up....,.Mardi. 10
o . ... . fOHi.
Sc br Vraie. M.isoh, clearetl.March O'
Sehr Wallon, Boyd, cleared.March
Scnr Mvrover, Brow?, up.March ft
Sehr St Elmo, Davis, up.March 9
Sehr E A Hooper, ?looper, up.Keb is
Sehr A K Glover. Tci ry, up. eb 7
Behr Ella Matthew*/ McKlwee, up. .... March 9
>chr Clara, Millford, cleared.March 9
Thaine Brig MART ? ROWLAND, Row.^fl?
land, Master, having a large portion of her SB
Cargo engaged and going.on board, will be dis
patched for the above port,
J^^S^-^WKVIMERS A 00
p OB NEW ORLEANS.
Tbe fine fast-sailing-Scbooner "WILLIE J&?
MARTIN," Noj i ?. Master, having part of JSBBL
cargo engaged, will meet with dispatch.
For further-engagements, apply jo
J. A. ENSLOW 4 CO.,
marl4 No. 141 East Bay.
QEORGETOWN STEAM PACKET.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
CntU further notice the steamer
EMILIE. Captain 0. C. White, will,
run as follows:
FRIDAY NIGHT, March nth, at 9 o'clock.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT, March 22d, at 9 o'clock.
SUNDAY NIGHT, March 20th, at 9 o'clock.
FRIDAY NIGHT, Murch 3ist, at 9 o'clock.
TUESDAY MORNING, March 14th, at S o'clock.
MONDAY MORNING, March 20th, at 8 o'clock.
FRIDAY MORNING, March 24th, at 8 o'clock. -
TUESDAY MORNING, March 2Sth, at 8 o'clock.
-Ail freight mnst be-prepald.
For engagements applv on board or to
SHAOKELFORD & KELLY, Agents,
marl5-wfm No. l Boyce's Wharf.
ip'Q R SAVANNAH.
ELEGANT STATE ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
The Splendid Steamer CIT Y ? .
POINT, Captain D. B. Vincent, will
leave Southern Wharf- for the above piuce ou r?i
DAY EVENING, Mareil IT. ISTI, at s.30 o'clock.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain L. M. Coxet
ter. will leave Southern Wliarf on TUESDAY.EVEN?
ING, March 21,1871, at 8.30 o'clo'ck, for the above
place. RAVEN KL A CO.,"
marts . . Agents.
"pOR SAVANNAH VIA BEAUFORT AND
F AC I Flt' XAKDING. ;
The Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain - ^fJ^*V
J. W. Sly, will leave Central Wharf?mSSSSmm
for above points every MONDAY MORMNU, ai ?
o'clock, and for Beaufort and Pacific Landing
every THURSDAY, leaving here at 8 o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
J.D. AIKEN, Agent,
febl . No. 5 Central Wharf.
yrTEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
i-OR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, H1LT0>
HEAD, SAVANNAU, DA RIEN AND
ELIZA HA TV COX,
Captain L. W. BURNS,
will receive Freight at Accommoda- r . ?jf^
lion wharf for above points every JBBSBL.
i t ESDAY, and leave on every WEDNESDAY ?UJHS
INU. at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the samr
-evening, and leaving for Darten, Ac, the follow
tug morning. Returning, will leave Savannah foi
charleston every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage,-a?ply to . .
RAVENEL. HOLMES 4 CO.,
uepio No. 17? Eas: Bav.
OR F LOR IDA,
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE, P1LATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER. ?
The steamer DICTATOR,'Captain _ *ff^-i,
L. M. COXETTER, will san from ?^?mSSZ
southern Wharf for above points every TVKSDA \
i;vENiNG,at >.30o'ciock, arriving back at Charles
ron every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
Thc Steamer CITY POINT. Captain D, B.Vmcent,
will sail from Southern Wharf for above point?
.every FRIDAY EVENING, at 5*.30 o'clock, arming
back at charleston WsdNSSDAY AFTERNOON, at 6
RAVENEL & CO.. Agent?,
oct 10 Southern wharf.
Seining ma climes.
ANO THE .
' WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
ire the best in use.
For sale on the Leas* Plan, with monthly puy
menta, on easy- terms, or for cash. Ail kinda o.
Machine attachments, Needles, Cotton,_-(whlie
Dlack and colored,) Silk, Oil* soe?, Ac., Ac.
Repairing as usual, circulars and samples o'
work sent on application.
?. B. HASELTON;
General Dealer In First Class Sewing ua
chines and Material, No. 30? King euee;,
augu . charleston. S. o.
DEATH TO RATS,
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTLTEBS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold af Wholesale by
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
And at retal by all Druggists. febl-6mo
J^pONET CANNOT RUY ITl
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS!
The DIAMONDG LASSES, manuractured by 1, E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which are now offered
to the public, are pronounced byninfhe celebrated
Opticians or the world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial help to the human eve ever known.
Tliey are ground- under.their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name. "Diamond," on account'
of their hardness mid brilliancy.
Thesdentliio priuciple on which they are con?
structed brings the core or contre of the lens di?
rectly in: front of-ttta eye, producing a clear ami
distinct visioujas in ih? iintur?ilJie?Hhy sight,
arid preventiiigall unpleasant sensation-!, such a?
glimmering and wavering ot sight, dizziness, A-c,
pccitllar to all otnersln use.
Tliey are mounted in the finest manner, tn
frames of the best quality, of all materials used
for that purpose. Their llnish and durability can?
not be surpassed.
CAUTION.-Nene genuine unless bearing their
i rade mark staraood on every frame. 1
Dealer in watches. Jewelry,
Sterling silverware ?md optical Goods,
Nc. 30? King street.
t31-mwslyr_, Charleston. S. C
rpHE GREENVILLE ENTERPRISE
AND HAS THE
MOST' EXTENSIVE CIRCULATION,
. OF ANY PAPER PUBLISHED IN
THE CITY OF GREENVILLE.
Contract Advertising Low.
Circulates also in Anderson, Pickens, Spartan
?arg sud Western North Carolina.
J. C. ? E. BAILEY,
p 0 B N E "V? YOEE.
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 10TH, AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will
sall for New York on THURSDAY, March 16th, at
4 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2. Union Wharves.
The fine new Iron Steamship GEORGIA will
follow on THURSDAY, March 23d.
Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng?
land Manufacturing Towns, at the lowest mar?
Insurance by steamers or this Line yi per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very fine state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HOGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
JMTR 3 E >V~ YORK.
OLD LINK N EW YORK AND CHARLES*
ESTABLISHED 184 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE ROOMS.
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of thts Line will sail from Adger's South
Wharf as follows during tue month or March:
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY, 14th, at Wi P. M.
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, 18th, at 4* P. M.
JAMES ADGER, TUESDAY, 2lSt, at 6 P. M.
CHAMPION. SATURDAT, 25th. at 7 P, M.
CHARLESTON. TUE8DAY, 2Sth, Bt ll A. M.
?- Throdgh Bills or Ladlng gfveh on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest market.
Freights on upland cotton through to Liverpool
flve-e.ghths of a penuv: sea Island one penny.
Upland cotton toNew'York a cent, sea Island
* For Freight or Passage engagements, apply to
mari-imo_JAMES ADOEK A CO.
JpAClFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPYIJ
THKOTOH LINS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA- AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the al-ove Une leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal J
street. New York, at 12 o'clock neon, of the 4ti
and 20th of every mouth (except when thest
dates faiiou Sunday, then the Saturday preced?
Departure or the 20th connect ?t Panama witt,
steamers for South Pacific and Central Amencat
ports. Those ni 4tu touch at Manzanillo.
steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for ja
pan and China April 1.1871. :
No Cuafornta steamers tonch at Havana, tra?
go direct from New York to Asplnwall.
Cue hundred pounds baggage free to each adult
Medicine and attendauce Iree.
For Passage Tickets or other Information appi>
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on th?
wharf foot o' Canal street. North River, Ne*
York. * F. R. BABY', Agent.
A NEW "DISCOVERY ! I
Salvation for the Hair.
CLEAR ABATER 1.
WITHOT^SEDIMENT ! !
:OPENT?JHE LIGHT ! :
For Restoring to Gra^iair its
PHALON'S "ViTALLy^iffers ut?
terly from all tji^iair coloring
It is ll^fld, sweet smelling,
prec?jntates no muddy or slimy
paris no stain to the skin. Hold
it tqrhe light and it is clear and
clout\3ess. It leaves no mark on
the seato; yet it reproduces in
time dr siCK^risfimay have
bleached put of jt/^S^
"is for one sole purposeJpat of"
reproduc1rig,with absoTOte cer?
tainty, ^the naturata^for of tire-"
hair. " k is nowintended as a
daily dressio^or for removing
-scurf or dandruff; nor for cu?
ring halfness; nor for 'stimula?
ting tie'growth of the hair.
Thesf objects -may 3x accorn- <
plishejpafter the color ha^b?en
iixedVhh the Vitalia, by Pha?
lon's Chemical Hair Invigo
THE ViTALT^ita harmless
and unequaled preparion for
the reproduction of lie origi?
nal hue of gray.hair,a?d noth?
ing else. This is accomplished
in from two to ten applications,
according to thej^th of shade
required. SoJ^royall druggists.
Sold at wholesale by
BOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS,
wholesale Druggists, Meeting corner Hasel street
MEDICINE CHESTS. PHYSICIANS' SADDLE
For sale by DR. H. BAER, " .
No. 131 Meeting street.
J? 9 T ' RECEIVED,
CARBOLATE OF LIME, the best Disinfectant
anu destroyer of Rats. Mice Bugs, Cockroapnes,
ini nt SSr!,?n*nti!.y placed where they frequen
BL I disperse them.
?ractor'etOD'*i Han3C(i11' ur Vegetable Tain Ex
*f S^SSf^f of Fleming's.Worm' Confections
.ne most reliable, in nae
reSySBBBSU? ^ ?LEW' PW
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
BW 30 Nu. 131 Meeting street
THE. GREAT FERTILIZER FOR COTTON AND ALL CROPS.
THE UNPARALLELED SUCCESS OP THIS
gre:.t FERTILIZER on ALL CROPS proves it to
be thejBEST ano CHEAPEST Manure new ? Cer?
ed in tue maTher. , . '
It bas been used by manyar the most emi?
nent Planters in the Sonth, aud
IN EVERT SINGLE INSTANCE.?IT HAS GIVES
. ENTIRE SATISFACTION.
On COTTON its effects have been particularly
? matted. Jt ts no rare-thing for WHANN ? PHOS?
PHATE to Increase the yield from ONE HUN?
DRED to TWO HUNDRED. PER CENT., or even
Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent planter of
Cameron, Ga, says in a letter to the Banner of the
South, November 26, that in an experiment with
seven leading Superphosphates and Guanos, the
WHANN'S proved itself the best of aa those
tried, .paying a NET PROFIT (even at the pres
ent-low price of Cotton,) of $20 90 per sere of
Cotton. A copy of Mr. Dixon's letter, giving
detailstfwHl be furnished on application.
FOR SALE BY
CHARLESTON, S.U., AND AUGUSTA, GA.
ET I WAN GUANOS,
SOLUBLE MANURES AffD SULPHURIC ACID,
.* MANUFACTURED AT THE
CHARLESTON, S. C.,.
?RIC lilli 10 M PERMITE COM.
THE* NW WELL KNOWN ETI WAN GUANO IS MANUFACTURED FROM THE NATIVE BONE
PHOSPHAT! S~ or South Carolina. ?lirte PHoSPHATtS tri their natural state arelusoluble^ and re?
quire to bu ground to powder, .m l mad-* Soluble by Sulphuric Aclu. Tnis Company have now in ope?
ration the largest feulpnur c A'ad Cttamoers ar. the sourh, and are. therefore, abie to manufacture at
the lowen rates, th" highest gnuie of F. UTILIZER; it beute dear that the greater the proportion of
Soluble rit'jspi.a e which ?ni Fertilizer c?malos the les* thc quantity required per acre, in order io
ma-te-tlic Ffe'ilflz-i' complete. Ammoniaftn'i&JBntash in sutllcient quantities are added. Wtthtnese
vlew&ifc? coi.-?-afiy manufactur? ai?! <.>:!fcr formale
.ETI WAN GUANOS",
WARRANTED T?? CONTAIN FROM IS TO 20 PER CERT. OF DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE Ol
IJ'ME. aid lr rn .-. Wi iii per eenr. of AMMON1 A, with a 6urllclent addition Of PERUVIAN G CANO anu'
POTASH, io adapt it to all crops. Pnce ?c-."> per too, cash;'on-time, $eo per ton, and Interest 7jper
cent, pei annum.
.DISSOLVED BONE, .
OF HIGH GRADE. SUITABLE FOR MANCFACTORBRS OR FOR PLANTERS. BEING IN ITSELF AN
excellent FERTILIZER, aud specially adapud mr Compost. As large quantities of Sulphuric Ajctil
are used io dlwiOfveihe Phosphate; Hus will be found a cheap and convenient wpy to transport tbat ma?
terial. The grade furnisticd will be (rum 18 to 20 per cent. Dissolved "Bone Phosphate. Pri?e $40 per
iou. cash: on ;:me. M5, with in eie-t a; 7 ptr cent, per annum.- Still higher grades wlH be furnished
to order at an additional pitee percentage.
? COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE,
SPECIALLY FREPARFD F> R COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED AND OTHER PLANTATION
MANURED. Pnce ?",i jier ?on, ea3.; ou lime, ?-io, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum. ?
AT MUCH LOWER RATES. CONSISTING SIMPLY OF THE NATIVE BONE PHOSPHATES .GROUND
to puwik-r. Prica'S'Jvi pt-r 10:1, c<u.L; ou time, ?22, and interest at 7 per cent, per annum. '
WM. C. BEE & CO.,
AGENTS, No. li *l)l.EU'S WHARF. CHARLESTON, g. G.
N. B-TI1E PERCENTAGE OF DISSOLVE" BONE PHOSPHATE OF LIME AND AMMONIA IN
ALL THE ETI WANs i< nscerraliieil ut the ..Vi'.rks.by their Chemist, before delivery. Siould any.pur
chaser t cdis-atiMied. heuiay return average -amples of any purchase, within thirty (30) days after
delivery, and they will be anayzud anew. ant any detteiency lu the percentage guarantee* will be
maile good to hun hy the company. . jan23-mwI2mos
EIGHTEEN YEARS OF PRACTICAL SUCCESS!
INTRODUCED IN 1862..'...^PATENTED DECEMBER20, 1859.
Oldest Superphosphate Manufactured in this Country
mm mmm SIPERPBOSPHITE wum.
C. IMPOSED OF
Bones.. Phosphatic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal
Animal Matter and Sulphuric Acid?
NO SALT, PLASTER, SALT CAKE. NITRE CAKE, NOR ANY ADULTERANT OF ANY KIND USED.
THE AMMONIACAL ANIMAL MATTER USED IN MAPES" NITROOENIZ?D SUPERPHOSPHATE
OF LIME rYu>*tft<? ol tte Fl-sli, (coniaiiilug W per cent, of Ammonia.) and the Blood, (condining
10 |?er cent. Ammonia.) of muses, li.-evc, Ssh aud other anraals, after expression or the fat und
011 by steam. >end for a rumtftu>t.
Ammonia Yielded i>y lin: organic Matti:;-. 2.64 fl cent.
9.0C ?. ct. Insoluble Phosphoric Avid.Uon?? Pho phate of Lime.19JS 9 cent.
3.38 r> cr. Miluluc Phosphoric Auld.Soluble Phosphate of Lim". 6.48 "fl cent."
3 3S ^ ct. Stpible Plumpliorlu Acid.Hone Phosphate or Lime ..disolved).. 7.3? fl cent.
7.29 ct. Sulphur? A- td.Sulphateof Lime.16.48 <p cent.
-Au extedenr Fertilizer.'' Respectfully submitted, - *
(feigned.) OHABLES U. SHEPARD, JR., M. D..
. ... Inspector of Fertilizers for South Carolina
I?J?CJE, 8?O CA.SH.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, General Agents, .
No. 12S EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
[OF (MARLESTON, S. C.
F. J. PORCHER, President.
I. J. PELZER, Treasurer.
W. LEBBY.W. P. HALL.L. D. DESAUSSURE.B. G. PINCKNEY
THE ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES ARE NOW RE1NG MANUFACTURED AT THEIR W?RKS OS
ASHLEY RIVER, under tnajliiection of an expcrlenctd and Practical Chemist, The Company in?
tend this to be a Hrsi. class Fertilizer, and one which can be recommended to Planters:
: THE COMPANY* AHE'ALSO PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE .
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This pep ration i* highly recommended by Chemists, as with it Planters are enabled to make,
their own Eernliael*, J
The ATJiANTJJC PJtOSPHATE is.fold at $56 perton cash, or-on time, with interest at the rate
of one-per-?eii t..p?riront lt; * K ? .< . .
The ACID PHOSPHATE is sdd at ?s? por ton cash, cr-on time, with Interest at the rate of-J
one per cen:, per mi'Uth. . ..'
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,"
dec31-lmos BROWN'S WHARP, CHARLESTON, Si C
jp E R T I L I Z E E S.
10 toiw No. 1 PFRCVTAN 'fChincha) QOANO,
warrain; ed pure.
U00 bbls. Land Plaster, ground from the beBt
Nova ieoHa Kock, and warranted pure.
loo ton? Pure Dissi lvedand Orouiul Bone.
150 leos Wuiielocli's Vepetator. The Vegetator
lias t'eeu sucicsSfnliy used, ap tl heard ?
ve<y high TeDittfttH'ii. lt ts second to no
other Forfeiter, except Pcrnviau Guano,
oC'.tvd Ui ilil? marker. .
loo tens ?linteir? V UisSr.?vcd E?t.e and Ammo?
loobblx Ka?urn Island Fish ftuauo. at iS?per
..du of'Jou? nuuiiil?.
Far .-a.e by T. .J. KERK * CO.
WHOLESALE AGKMTS FOR THE
OLD CAROLINA- BITTERS.'
H. BISCHOFF & CO.,
. -If. KI/ATTE ?fc CO..
J, A. QUA CK EN BUSH,
WAGENER & MONSEE8.
MANTO UK & CO.
THE S T O NO
OF THIS CITY,
ARE KOW MANUFACTURING THEIR
" SOLUBLE GUANO,
Willoh will be furnlsheJ at $50 cash, er $55 on 1st
November next willi City accep ance, and their
"DISSOLVED PHOSPHATE," for composting with
Cotton Seed, at ?03 cash, or on 1st November
with io per cent additional.
IMPURE GROUND PHOSPHATE" at $15 cash.
Contracts for the Fert'llacrs may be made in ex?
change for Cotton.
ORDERS SENT WILL REOEIVE PROMPT AT?
J. D. AIKEN", AGENT.
p O M-P O U S D ACID- .<
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
This article is tuaniifactured by the PACIFIC
GUANO COMPANY, at Charleston, s. c., under
i he superintendence of Dr. ST. JUDIEN RAVE
NHL. When composted with au eriual weight ol
cotton Seed, its results have been found fully
equal to the best standard fertilizers. Hs econo?
my must commend lt to the notice of Planters
generally- For specific directions for composting,
and for supplies, apply to J. N. ROB-ON,*
Selling Agent, Charleston, S. 0.
JOHNS. REESE A CO., General Agents. Balti?
FOR COMPOSTING WITH LOTION SE?D.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM-?
CHARLESTON,' S. C., Febxuarr Uri67I.
Trains leave Charleston. Dally at 12 H. ana 6:30
PM * "r
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3:30 P. M.
T raia cl oed not leave Charleston 0:36 P. M., SUN
Train leaving at 12 M. make^ through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acaula
Creek only, going tbtoygh in 42 hours, WITHOUT
DH0XTION ON SUNDAYS.
Passengers leading by 8:30 P. M. Train->-have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Ballimore. Those leaving
+Bl DAY by this Train lay over on STJND AY In' Bal?
timore. Those lea v reg on S ATURDA t remain SUN?
DAY in Wilmington, N.e.
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, bottr Tram? making close
connections at Washington with Western trama
or Baltimore and Ohlo.Rairroad.
- . S. S. SOLOMONS, .
- Engineer and SuperlBteodeht.
P. L. CLEATDH, General Ticket Agent.
febU-lgm?st_. , ., .
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RA TT,.
- ROAD. "
PASSENGER TRAINS on thi? Road, rho thu:y as
follows: . . ...
Leave Charleston.'..".. .S.z&A. M. "
Arrive at Savannah...7".v.:s.00*P. M.- .'
Leave Savannah...:..11.10 A. M. a
Arrive at Charleston.6,20 P.M. .
Con neets ht Savanna? wit h*je Atlantic A Golf
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine: and all
points in Florftla. ?
Wita Central RaUroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile, New Orleans and the west.
With* Steamboats lor points on the Savannah.
At Charleston with the Northeastern and South.
Tarollnn Railroads, and Steamships for all pointa
North and West? * . .
Through Tl eke ts'over this line' oh sole at Hotels
In Charleston; Scseven House, Savannah Rudall
principal Ticket offices North and South, -f
Freights forwarded dally to and from Saran
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills sf Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Palatka, Ac. .
Tariff as low as hy any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN,
octs Engineer and Superintendent.
OTJTH CAROLINA' RAILROAD.
VICE-PRESIDENTS OFFICE, : i
CHARLESTON, S.-C., January 18,1871. j
On and after. SUNDAY, January 22, the Passen?
ger Trafhs oil ' ne sua ti. r^uin Railroad will
rui os follows:
Leave Cha reston.. t.%.:.O2.60 P. M.
Arrire at Augusta.....:......8(15 P.M.,
FOB COLUMBIA. r
.Leave Cnarleston.8.20 A. M.
Arrive ap Columbia. 3.40 P.-it.
FOR CHARLESTON. * , '
'Leave Augusta.. 7.40 A/M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.S0
Leave Colnmbia.....12.Hr?. M.
Arni ve at charleston..*..7. io p. M.
Adi CST A *'10ilT EEFREEB. ?.
iSnndays excepted.) 1
Leave Charleston............ 8.80 P. M.
Arrive a* Augusta. 7.06 A. M.
Leave Augusta:. 8.60 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.... r.MOA. M.
COIA'MBIA MUHT EX9KB8S.
(SundayB eEce&tycd.) > .
Le.vve Charleston.....<..:..... 7.10 p. M.
Arrive at Conimbla.-...7 6.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.,?*v.'IM P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.*_6.45 A. M.
Leave G h aries 10 a. :.,.4.80 P. M.
Arrive at Sommerville..-<x..?... 6.00 P. iL
Leave Summerville. 7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston..... 8.15 A.' M.
CAM'JEM EliATvTir. -
.Leave Camden...9>50A. M.
Arrive at' Ringville...?:..?. I?0P.M.
Arrive at onmrfwi .. .*.. 6.00 P.lf.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Ge.rgla Railroad and Central
Night Train connects wifh Macon and Augusta
Railroad. .- - ..
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
?Dd Columbia Railroad.
Camden Tcaln connects dally with Day Passen?
Janis* ,. A. L. TYLER, YlcfrPreslderit.
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOB SALE BY .
E. E. BEDFORD, King street,
C. D. ABBESS & CO., KTng street,
B. FEL?MANN & CO., Kinn>sLreet,
And ht Druggists ahd Grocers everywhere.
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify the blob d and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of beautifulness, dispel tho
Bf jes and all mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure 'Stn
ou s and 0?her Fevers, Feyer an 4^
sigue. Chills, diarrhoea, 3)ysen~
tjery, Syspepsia, Sea - Sickness?
Colic, Cholera, Cholera Morbtts,
and every complaint incl*
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies will find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all tracee
of Debility, Nervousness*
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex;.
^Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
? JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
04' &CG Water Street, N. Y- .
CL?CITJS & WITTE,
General Asents for the State of So. Carolina.
TTPHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CCHF FOR DP.CNRENNESS.
One .Dollar a" Bo:tie. Sent by mali, postage
paid, on receipt or pri?e. ;
The-AutMoie IP the best remedy that can be
administered In Mania-a-Potu, and also for ali
For sale by Dr. P.. BA ER.
No. 131 Meeting Btreet,
cctf Agen i for South Caroona. _