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To o Late.
* * * . * *
Too late, too late thy beaming BmlleB rest on me.
Warm sighs and loving whispers came too late,
Long since has died that true ana loyal passion.
Which, while lt lived, met bnt thy scorn or hate.
It might have been-had .but thy love awakened
Before my ruined life no power could save
But now, alas I thy w?rmend tender glances
Fall on my heart like sunlight on a grave.
One thing I fain would know: Through death's
Where goes the soul In its mysterious flighty
Where goes the flame la ' darkness when extin?
Where ls the win a that blew bnt yesternight ?
C O MJOER CIA X NJBWS.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship Charleston-50 bags
sea Island and 1019 bales upland cotton, 36 tierces
rice, 280 bbls rosin, 3 horses, 79 cases hats, 24'pkgs
butter, 894'Bbls potatoes, 1819 boxes vegetables?
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and v?.val
Stores Marliet. '
OFFICB CHARLESTON NEWS, I
WEDNESDAY EVENING, June 7, isn. 1
COTTON.-The market presented a very qnlet
character, the demand.being light and the bn'si
ness unimportant ; sales abone 50 bales-say 6 at
15?; 5 at 16X; 27 at 17tf; 2 at 18*; l at 18J? ?tat
19, and 2 on private ternis. We renew protons
rates quite nominally-say :
Ordinary to good ordinary.14 4)17
Low middling.is @
Strict mlddung..19- <sV
RICK.-There were no transactions in this-gram
Common.to fair may be quoted at 8>?'@s*,'c ; good
at8M@9c. ! ?*1
NAVAL STORES.-There have been considerable
transactions In spirits turpentine, ana we learn
of the sales of about soo bbls at about ?bc 9
Kasiaors.-To Liverpool, by steam direct,
nominal on uplands ; via New York, >?rt
on uplands ; ld on sea Islands ; bx sal,
A-I?U on uplands, x?d on sea islands. To
Havre nominal, Uoastwi39-to New Fork
by steam, no on- uplands and Mc on ?a
sundi; $125 ft tierce on nee;by Bail, tfc * Bs ?? n
cotton; - fl Merceos; rice; 40c 9 barrel on roam ;
$7?S>? Mon lumber; $8.310 ?men timber. T
B?ton, by sail, 3?c ? lt? on upland cotton.
TO Providence, by sail $s ft M on- boards, Nc
? tb ca cotton; by steam $1 ft bale on Kew
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, &c V :t>
on uplands; by sail, $7 ft on boards; $9 on
timi) er ; $s ,f? ton on clay, and $s@3 50 cn phos
plates; To Bal ?imore, b7 aieana, #c li J?-ty
Bail, $0 50?7 fl ii on boards; $3?305 fl ton i n
phosphate rook. -Vessels are in demand by
oar merchants to take lamber, freights frcm
Georgetown, S. G., Darion and SatiUa River, 0.1
and Jacksonville, Fia., to Northern ports, and $10
&12 fl M are the rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGS.-Sterling 60 day h?ls 22)?<?>22X. -
DOMESTIC EJCHANOH.-The ranks are pur?
chasing iig lit ofceoks on New York at oar; 6 days
X-off; 10 day's Hoff; 16 day? - oj; .-M days - eff:
80 days - on. They are seUIu g sight checks ?t x
BXaxkets by Tclefrrapn. '
'LONDON, Jone 7-Noon.-Consols OIK. Bonds
FRANKFORT, June 7,-Bonds 96#.
PAS is, Jone 7. --Rentes closed at 53162c.
NKVT YO'B'K, June 7.-Noon.-Stocks steady, and
Arm. Gold dall, 12. Governments strong and
steady. Money easy. State stocks duh and
Bteady. Sterling unchanged. -
Evening.-G?hl l2Jf?12.Ji. Governments steady
and Arm. States doll all day. Prices nommai
Money 2*3, Exchange heavy.
Nsw ORLEANS, June ".-Sterling 24. Sight ex
.change # premium. Gold 12%.
LITER PO " L, June 7.-Noon.-Cot ton opened
firmer; uplands SS'as.w? ; Orleans w.d; sales 15,.
Eventa?.-Cotton closed a shade easier; up?
lands 8vas;;d; Orleans b>,d; sal-i 18,000 (tales;
export and speculation ec OJ ; 6ale?, sh lu named at
New Orlean?, middling 8d.
NEW .YORK, June 7.-Evening.-Cotton easier;
sales 4828 bales, at 19 s c.
BOSTON; June 7.-Cotton dul>; middlings 20 (?c;
-gross receipts inhales;sales 700; stock 5?00.
BALTIMORE, June 7.-Cotton in demand mostly
for sp?culation; middlings l9Xat0Xc; net 1?
ceiptB 50 bales, groas UO; exports coastwise 100;
sales MO; stock looa.
NORFOLK. June 7.-Cotton ilrm; low mlddbngs
18>?c; net receipts 617 bales; exports coastwise
678: sales 26; stock 3237.
WILMINGTON, Jane 7.-Cotton active; middlings
18c; net receipts 60 bales; sales 60; stock ices.
A cor sr A, June J.-Cotton closed dull and oom?
aal at 17Xc for Liverpool mldd.lng.-; salcs.iso
bales; receipts 00.
SAVANNAH,Jane7.-Cotton tending down;?id.
dungs-I8al8*c; net receipts 474 bales; exports
coastwise 090; sales io?; stock 14,wi.
MOBILE, June 7.-Cotton firm; middlings 18*0;
net receipts 268 bales; sales 400; stock 19J72.
Nsw ORLEANS, June 7.-Cotton quiet; middlings
18Jial8Mc; net receipts lise bales; gross liss; ex?
ports to Havre 5021; sales 5700; stock 89,880.
' PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, June 7-Evening.-Cumberland cut
NEW ?OKK, June 7.-sondern nour m moderate .
request; common to fair extra $6 75a7 26, good to
choice $7 30*a. Whiskey 93c. Wheat Armer;
winier red and amber. Western 64a66o. corn
rear oe and. a shade firmer at 72&aJ3A?c lice
firm at 9a9*c Pork firmer at $16 i2Ka]5 25.
Lard heavy-/kettle 10XC. Turpentine steady at
46Xa470. Rosin steady; strained $2 60a2 66. Tal ..
low Bteady at 9a9#c
BALTIMORE. June 7.-^ Flour steady, with an im?
proved demand. Wheat steady. Corn quiet;
white 77?79c; yellow Southern and -Western mix?
ed 7.2a74c. Oats firmer at 64a70. Pork, weak at
SIS. Bacon. active.; shoulders 7*c. Lard dna
WILMINGTON;Jane 7.-Spirits turpentine qnlet
.at 42c. Rosin steady at $210 for strained, $3a
4-60 Xor No. l, $2 60 for No. 2, $625 for extra pale,
$6a5 60Tor pale. Crude tarnen ; lae quiet at $3 16
for yellow dip, $4 25 for virgi >. Tar nominal at
NEW ORLEANS. Jone 7.-Flour dull and droop?
ing; saperflne $6fta6; double ?6?, ; treble $6 5ua
s. Corn quiet; mixed 75c; white 76a'Tc. Oats
easies ax 62>iaS4c. Bran quiet at $1 36. Hay firm
nt }23; choice $24. Pork drooplug at $15 75016.
Bacon dull at 7, 63ia9Kc. Sogar cured hums is*
aUc. Lard dull; tierce losl?se; keg I2>ic;
superflue common 9>?a9Xc; goon fair loralie.
Mu lasses ilrm: fermenting **?5a40c. Whiskey null
New York Knvkl Stores Market.
From the Jcorn?l of Commerce, Monday? Jane
6: The marker for spirits turpentine remains
very quiet, lhere ls a fair supply and offered
freely at the late decline. "We qnore merchanta?
ble lots at 48c In yard; 48>?c on dock, and to ar?
rive at -o>,'c. Sales embrace 50 bbls on dock a
48tfc; 100 bbls In lots at 48>?C, and 25' bbls to ar?
rive per next steamer, delivered on dock, ut 48c.
The market for rosins ls in the sellers' favor, es?
pecially for strained. There 1B a moderate SIOCK
on sale. We quote strained at $2 &oa2 65. Sales
are 400 bbls pale at $s 25, and 400bbls at se &u;
JSo 2 quoted at $2 76a3; No 1 S3a4; pale $4 25a5 50;
extra pale $6e7 37>i. Tar is steadily held a: $3
for warning tonend $2 70 for Washington.
HAVANA, June 3.-SUGAR.-Holders demand
an advance, bnt prices are stiff and quotations
unchanged ; market favors sellers. Molasses sugar
steady. Nuscovado sugar flrm. Exported dur?
ing the week from Havana and Matanzas, 26.000
boxes.and 22,000 hog.'he*-w'?.of-whith 9500 boxes
and all the hogsheads were for the Cnltect States.
Stock remaining in warehouse at Havana and
Matanzas, 480,000 i\?xea; 12,000 hhds. Freights
r yt. .
"VVilni?jig ton Mark. t.
. .wiL,M'NGTo>?r-ja?e 8.^7cRPE>TiNZ.-Saies or
6b3 bbls at Sfl-.J5 for yellow dip and $4 25 for vir?
gin per 280 lbs. ? -
SPIRITS TuRrEN-Tina-iSales of 5uo bbls at 42c
per gallen for country packages.
,?Vi"??.^70Mlu?ct- "cited. Sales cf 135 bales at
10?, 17?. 18 and 15?c per lb.
RosiN.-Sal -s or ?ooo bbls at $2 05a2 io for
strained, 2 10 for So 8, 3 50 to 4 50 fur No 1, $d for
low pale and $5 50 for paje.
TAR.-Receipts small and none offering.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBUS, June 6.-Market quiet;-low mid?
dlings ie>a'c: sales 33 bales; receipts 120 bales
Bhlpments 19 bales.
MONTGOMERY, June 6.-Cotton ls In demand
with little offering; low middlings I52iai6c.
tUcoipu by Railroad. Jane 7.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
493 bales cotton, 43 bales goods, 31 cars wood
aud lumber. 1 car stock. To Railroad Agent, E S I
Miles, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, G W Williams 4 co, H
F Baker 4 <o. Frost A Adger, A B Mulligan, U ll
walter Aro, LD Desansiure, G Follm, A S wraith,
5-2. * Se'gmous, W B Smith A co, G W Wiite,
.SQ'"? 4 Carew, W 0 Courtney A co, F 0 M'y.
LII?L?SS^??L? B,e A co. W w smith, A J 11
salinas, Alumaueh A Mathews, J A Quactcenbu-h. 1
?5 .SS? W B WU"ams * so". Wise A co,
Reeder A Davis, Laurey A -Alexander.
Paid inc er*.
Per steamship Charleston, for New York
dr and Mrs J P Nesmlib, A G Goodwin, Mr and
irs M A Warren, two chlidren-and sew act, Mrs m
U stone. Maater ??rd,*l8f- jg Dodfoi. Mrjgdl
?ra J Mcrwngaftntr^firee*ctrMrW^
(rite and two condren, G J Ball, W J A Faller, A 1
p wute. Miss Robinson, 0 D Ploger, E Tra6k, w
Bart, Miss M Creed, Mrs E W Groot, J H DeVoe. J
and Mrs Kendell, Mr Putzel, Mrs N Stewart. Mrs
A W Repine, B Callahan, I Lee, Mr and Mrs Daly.
Mr and Mrs McPherson, MTS and Miss Dodge, Mr
and Mrs Sherman, Miss L Sherman. Miss E Sher?
man, Maj Renow, B S James, and others.
Per steamer "Water Lily, from Edlsto, Enter
Erlse and Way Landings-Mrs H A Towles, Mrs
ove, Mr?EnlokeTbcoker. Hon- J -.Tc^nsnnrt-.and }
lady, A Johnson and lady, Dr R ? Johusott; Dr T *
P Mikel!, and 8 deck.
& ? J. Juo?^i&ufc. *. g ij- '
Foll Mobn.'Si, 1 hour, : nilirutes. morning.
Las: Quarter. 9th. 7 hours. 15 mmuteB, evening.
New Moon, 17th. ? hours, fl minutes, evening.
First Quarter, :5la.5 ho.uja, 24 minutes,.evening.
BGK J 14001,
S5T8. [B. k 5.
CHARLESTON, S. C.JUNE 8," 1871.
L*t 3^agMvato&vwe, :Jjoa^?aer67mto-gT seq.
Sehr Ellen, Passai?, Georgetown, S C-1 day.
1800 bushels rpugh rice.-To J R Pringle & Son. .
Steamer WktefHUy, Tuglfo, Edlsto.Snteqirlse?
and Way Landings. 15 head cattle, 50 packages
vegetables and sundries. To Douglas Nisbet. W
C courtney 4 co, Fraser & DPI, H Bischoff & co. J
O H Claussen, Kinsman & Howell, H Seabrook, A
W Eckell A co. J Stelber. T A Raymond, P Harper,
Widows' Home and Order.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-Wag
ner, Huger & co, w A courtenay.
Steamship Charleston, Berry. New York.
Spaulsb brig Recurs" Secundo; Amlgon, Barce?
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Falcon, Haynie, Baltimore, June 5.
DP FOR TU1S T-OxtT.
The Black Prince, Marshall, at Bristol, Eng72Cd
sehr Sarah A Reed, Reed, at New York, June 3:
MARINE. NBWS BY TELEGRAPH. .
NKW YORK. June 8.-Arrived, steamship Mont?
gomery. Arrlved'out, th? Bavaria, City or. Bait!:
more, disabled, Weser, Asyria aud Pprtha. The
bark Gul P<irta,.irom Pmlndelphla at Cork j e
ports snipped a sea and washed overboard the '
master, one mate and several sailors.
SAVANNAH, June 7.-^Arrived, steamship Tons'
wanda, P?dadelphla. Cleared, ship Merone, Liv?
erpool; bark Titi:! wave, Baltimore: brigs t llgc,
Florence and Leated, Barcelona.
The sehr Snow Squall. Norton, from Eucksvllle,
S O, arrived at New York June i.
The sehr Hary Farrow, Bagley, from George?
town, S C, arrived at New York. June 4.
LIST OF VESSELS
Cr. - CLEARED AK'J SAILED TOR THIS
Br ship Island Home. Mcl.ellan, up.Asrit 6
Br bark Vinco, Robson, sailed.April -?
WBBT HARTLEPOOL, EKG.
Er bark Kathleen, Le-ter, up...I.May 5
The Black Prince, Marshall, up.May 22
Br brig Belloni, Jones, sailed.Jan 23
Tbe R T K. Carey,-, sailed.Mav 6
The Martha,Lewis, eailed..-. .May u
Span brig Rosario, Glrardo, sailed.ii ay .t
Brig J A Devereaux. Clark, cleared.May IS
Brig LIzabeL Tabbut. c.eured.Mav Iii
Sehr BN Hawkins. Wyatt, up.May-is
Sehr J M Morales, Newman.- cleared.Mar 20
Seor Queeh of theSoutu, Barnes, cleared..Mnj l*
Behr L S Davis, Bishop, up.May 27
Sehr Hallie Coombs, jameson, cleared-May 21
Sehr S A Reed, Reed, up.....'..June 5
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, cleared.May 12
Sehr P L Smith, koo uso ti, cleared.s ..May s6
Sehr Sea Queen, Rosebrook, cleared.May 25
Sehr Chas Comery, Pipkbam. cleared..May 29
SchrE JHcLain, Crowe??TcleaTed....May "
Sehr Hannan. Staples, cleared.May 23
Sehr Nellie Doe, Richardson, sailed.May 14
. Neri JJabiifa?iJjns.
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Mrdance with the reduced prices of Northern
We oder .for tao next SIXTY' DAYS the further
nducement or A LIBERAL DISCOUNT on ail pur?
chases -Of Books amounting.?o FIVE DOLLARS
iml upwards. Our.STOCK OFBOUKS. consists of
ill the latest and brat editions or STANDARD AND
SEW Pl ULULATIONS.
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,s particularly rich in goad'b >OKS r-or the young
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nock or BI ULES. The prices aregreatiy' reduced.
We are now offciing au nausually large variety of
English and American Family Bibles, Pocket
Bibles, and Um -Splsoopal Brayer *BoPk', ates
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We are Special Agents hr several Sunday
school Publishing Houses, and have on ha sup?
ples of their publications.
All varleiles of STATIONERY, and a full assort
nent of SCHOOL BOOKS.
Our store ls so arranged Wat visitors can ex
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wok is marked so as to alford purchasers every
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he postage or express.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY^
No. 260 KING STREET (in the Bendj
marH-tuths Charleston, S. C.
Dings, dljernicals, &t.
PREPARED Br THE
SEW YORK MEDICAL UNIVERSITY.
JOMPOCND FLUID EXTRACT OF CANCER
3ough Lind us-Price $1
J?a?tliiisExtract, for Epilepsy, St. Vitus' Dance,
Spinal und Brain Affections-Price $2
Catarrh Sp?cifie- Price 52
Hydrated oxvmel, for Consomption, Bronchitis,
Whooping Cough, Ac-Price $2
?iie Extract-a never (ailing Pile cure-Price $2.
Hay Apple Pills, for Dyspepsia, Torpidity o? the
Liver. Constipation, Ac-Price50 celts
Headache Tills-j'riee 50 cents
Alkaline Resolvent-t?n iodized chemical water
superior to Yichy, Kissingen, seltzer, ic
Five Minute Pain Curer-Price $1
Jtieraifcal Healing, Blood and Bone Ointment
Ethereal Phosphorus-Price $3
Uthla-ror the Kidneys-Prlee-S."
Ka1 alp i Extract-the woman's friend-Price $3
victoria Kegla-unrivalled Tor beautifying the
limaran th-for Hie Hair-stops laluug hair-Price
ieuralgla-Rheumatic Elixir-Price ?2
fever and Ague Globules-Price- per box
For sale by Di:, li. BAER,
anni . No. l?l Meeting street, Cuurlestou.
WB?Kr-V^ S?E?tf? Lr??^fHURSDAYS-CCN
NF.0T1NQ WITH FIRST-CLASS STEAM LINES
AT PHILADELPHIA FOR BOSTON AND
$ s . ...FBOHDENCE. A
The Screw Steamship
VIRGIN Z A,
Will be dispatched for Philadelphia on
THURSDAY. 8th June, at 3 o'clock
J>. M... .'rom RrDwn's NorMv-Waar;.. r
I -ja-ThToujrb- Bills lAtOtOj .fssu'eci.'.icr Cot?OD,
Rice and Rosin, *c., to the New England Cities.
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, ana tue principal
Northwestern Cities, Spirits Turpentine as
agreed. _ .?-??.
sarTl?O- Steamers of tblB ?me -wilt take In mt tr
to Pfrfladelpnta oii accommodating terms.
For Freight engagements apply io
WM. A. COURTENAY.
jun5-mwth3_ No. i Union *liaj:.
jp? B ' B'X'L T ? M- O R E .
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
SILLS LADING ISSUED
! . PHILADKLPill A. COSTON.
ANO THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The One Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, com?
mander, will sail for Baltimore ?on FRIDAY,
9th June, at half past ll o'clock A. M.
t5- Philadelphia Freights ?orworeed io that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed urn*
iplMpK sample ifcnn* sea ?then- Gi??s-Sfrcm
th?; Rarrn?iiVD?por. in Pnuamaahitf "
For Freight orPassace apply"to
PACL C. TRENHOLM, Agent.
jonS-6 No. 2 Cnion Wharves
jV& BWS ? .If YORK.
OLD LINK S EW YOItK AMD CHARLES?
.PACJ0CSAND ELEGANT DECK STATE-BOOMS
THE VERY FAST AND SPLENDID
KSi?e^Wheel Steamshtps.01 tlusLlue will sail .'rom
Adger's Wharf as follows :
JAMBS ADGER, SAT?RDAT, June lom, a; 12
, MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, June 2Ti ti. a: 5>i
! oMock P. M.
JAMES AUGEH, SATURPAY, June 24tl., at ll
'o'clock AI M,
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, July 16!, at i o'clock
$a~ Insurance ? perxent. by this Line.
AS- Through Bills of Eadine ?iven on Cotton i?>
. Liverpool, Boston. Providence and MieNewEnp
:and manufacurlug towns at thc lowest ma: r.e.
?ST State-rooms moy be scoured in advance
without extra charge.
For Freight or Passage encasement?, apply tc
. may24- . JAME? ADflBK A CO.
?pQR UVERPOOVnA QUEENSTOWN.
THE LIVEKPOOL-^t?? GREAT WESTERN
.-'- "*r" 0, ">-' ,
ggjgk .' STEA^.COMI^NT-;.
v?n dispatch'-ons or?ieir
rtfn Screw''SGfeaJfesh lp*from*
riEWffira. R., EVE?t
?j^^. ~?:3 AS FOLLOWS
W.^):.i:.\?,*'capt. \vinNNE^Y;May^:. UL? P M
Nj5BRAsjtj^.cjg>t. ODAKD. .pyj'mre' 3,.&%J> al
M??r ??h;$pt. T.w. em?gi V
jfcftgf.. Tr^ST.-Si. w.Jane 7, aii. .ic A M
l?i^bTcaLi. PRictv^;...?n^?*Mrrts>;j P M
MANHATTAN, Capt. FOKSYTII..June 17, SjfeS P M
?0 LOK A DO, Ca ?i LT.P. FiiKEM.vN.J une>?l, at* 8 i' M
(WISCONSIN, Capt. W|ixiA?ffl..J?nelfc, a|fc'P ol
- Cabin Passage $80, geld. .--. -*? J j|g
.;-SiecTSge^Pa86age'(0fflce N^.3?'$rBad w) $30,
cJDrwjy..' ?J / J? .
Fp)mhjht or jfttbip Passage-apply
?*?> ? \ WILLIAMS 4 6 G
J^? ^JO. 63 Waal-strcet, N. Y,
N. P.-ThtxiughSUu^LtRTIng to Liverpool issued
by the Charleston andrew York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
'.For particulars and rate pi Freight apply to,
WAGNER, HUGER 4 CO.,
ma;? Or WM. A. COURTENAY
pACi?iO 1LUL STliAAioHJl' OOMF?'r
rn no con LINE T-O
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
. , y J*ARE6 gK&?l^jUjPUlgM, ?
Steamers cf the above lint* leave Pier
No. 42. North River, foot oi canal _
street, New York, as IS o'clock noun, pi Euc JDUI
and 3oih of every month (except when the*
dates fallon Sunday, then the saturday pTercd
All departures connect at Panama witt. Bloom?
ers fer south Pacitlc and Central Americnn ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave Sau Fran?
cisco ?rst. of every month, except when it falls nu
Sunday ; then ou the Uuy preceuiug. * .
No California steamers tonen a.: Havana, nu
go dirtc: from New Yori: to AspinwaJ:.
One hundred peanut baggage irse io each udu):
Medicine'and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or oilier information uppl
a: the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFl?E, on thc
-hurl loot ol Canal Street, North Uiver, Ne?
t ort. F. K. HARY, Agent.
julyl6-iyr .; ! I t. i> . , t-r'
IME TABLE OF STEAMER WATER
LILLY, FOR JUNE, 1871.
FOR ED'.STO, ENTERPRISE AMD WAY BAND?
INGS, (INLAND ALI, THE WAY.)
The Steamer WATER LILLY whi
reueive Freigut at Soutn Atomic,_
Wharf, oh MONDAYS and TBtnsDA'yi;, *aiu jcavc
Filday, 2-J.6 A.M. Saturday, ad.4 A.M.
Tuesday, 6th.7 A.M. Wednesday, 7ih..b A..'d.
Friday. Utti.ll A.M. Saturday, loth... .9 A.o.\
Tuesday, 13th..2? P.M. Wednesday, 14,12;-'P.M.
Friday, ililli.6 A.M. Saturday, 17th. p.M.
Tuesday. 20IH....7 A.M Wrdne^day, 21.5? A.M.
Friday, 23d.0 A.M. .Saturday, 24tb....7 AM.
Tuesday, 27th...11 A.M. Wednesday, 28. .10 A.M.
Friday, ?0th....2? P.M.| Satuiuuy, July 1..1 T.M.
For Freight engagements or passageapply on
board or to DOOGLAS MaBET,
South Atlantic Wharf.
N.B.-Freight and Wharfage payable ou tue
P O K JJ' L 0 S 1 D A,
The steamer DICTATOR, Cam am . -TT^w
L. M. Coxetier. will leive ^atntarp'ja?aBC
Wharf every TrirshA* CVSNIMI. ai- .-.au ufeiocK,
(nntii further notice,) lor Jacksonville, Fernan?
dina and Falatka, arriving imus at charleston
every SATURDAY AJTTKKKOOK.
mavll RAVEN EL A t^O.. Acent?.
QHAU.GE ?F ?0EED?1E
Diiiii further notice, the Steamer - ^?TK^w
EMILIF, Captain C. C. White. -r^nrVTO??i
leave Charleston every WXDNXSDAY NJOUT, a:
9 o'clock, and Georgetown every THURSDAY AF?
TERNOON, at G o'clock.
For engagements apply on l>oard ai Commer?
cial whaif. or to
SH A CK ELFO HD 4 KELLY, Agents,
junS No. 1 Boyce's. Wharf.
FOR BEAUFORT, PACIFIC AND CEI3
OLM'S LANDING. .
The Steamer PILOT BOY, csp tain r
J. w. sly, will lt.;ve Centra. Wharf?agp
.'orEdlsto, Beaufort and TaclCc Landing, every
MOND?T MORNING, atv o'clock, an.i for Beaufort
aud PatifJC Landing every THURSLAY MOBMINO,
ai 8 o'clock. Retnrninpr, will len vc Beaufort every
I'uEsoAY und FRIDAY MORNING, at S t)-clock, and
trill leave EUjsto every TCXSPAT, nt 3 o'clock.
I\ Af. J. D. AIKEN,
ma.' 15 Agent.
jgXG?RSI?N TO OAINHOY XL A
The Steamer WATER LILLY will
nake an Excursion aa above, on,_
?ATPRDAY AFTERNOON, IOHI .Inataut, leavmg
?outn Atlantic Wharf at hair-past 3 o'clock, re
u ming to the city at sandown.
Fare for the trip FIFTY CENTS._Jan8-3
JIOWAGE AND EXCURSIONS.
The steamer EMILIE, Captain C.
C. White, can be engaged for Tow-,_
ige and Excursions. Apply on boara, at com?
mercial Wharf, or.to
SHACKELFORD 4 KELLY,
may23-:nthslmo Boyce's Wharf.
FOR SIGHT, IS PRICELESS!!
The DIAMOND GLASSES,.manuractured by J. E.
SPENCER i co., New York, which are nowoflered
to the public, are pronounced by all the celebrated
Opticians of the world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial help to the human eye ever known.
They are ground under their own "BuperviBlon,
.rom m?nate Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive -their name, "Diamond," on account
of toelr hardness and-brilliancy.
The scientific principle on which they are con?
structed bringB the core or centre of the lens di?
rectly in front of the eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as In the natural, healthy sight,
ami preventing all unpleasant sensations, FOCH as
glimmering and wavering of sight, 'Izzlness, ic.
peculiar to all others in use.
They .are mounted in the finest manner, in
.'rames of the best quality, of aU materials used
for that purpose. Tneir finish and durability can?
CAUTION.-None genuine unless bearing tuen
trade mark stamped on every ?fijante.
Dealer In Watches, Jewelry.
Sterling Silverware and Optical Goods,
No. 307 King street.
ootSl-stuthlyr Charleston, S. C.
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RIORDAN, DAWSON & GO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 72 BROAD STREET,
Coarieston, S. C.,
Will Practice in ?.ne state and Federal Courts
fJHlSOLM & VIAL IT,
No. 30 BROAD STREET,
The undersigned have this day formed a oopart
ership for carrying on the Practice ol Law. on?
er the lirai name or OHISOLM & WHALEY.
R. CHISOUI, JR.
0C124 W. JAMES W,I1ALJEY. i
[References in South Carolina :
General WADE HAMPTON, General JGHN S. PRESTON, Hon. B. P. PERRYf Hon. W. D. SIMPSON,
Governor M. L. EONHAS?. ANDREW SIMONOS. Eeq.. General JOHNSON HAG 00 D, Hon G. A.
TKENBOLM, Hon. ARM1STEAD-BDRT, Governor J. L. MANNING, Hen. JAMES CHE$NUT, Hon. J. B.
Beferences in New York City :
AUGUST BELMONT A CO., Bankers; MORTON, BL'SS 4 CO., Banker?; Hon. CHARLES O'GONOR,
Couasellor-at-Law: Hon. .IOHN E. WARD, Cbunsellor-at-Law; Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, Ceuusellor-at
Law: Colonel RICHARD 1..ATHERS, T. A HOYT, Esq., President Gold Room; HUNT, THOMPSON 4
compactors; ANDERSON, STARRA CO., Merchants* PETT09 4 CO., Merchants; F. Z0GBAUM4
$500,000 TO BE AWARDED TO THE TICKET-HOL DE RS OF THC
SERIES OF CONCERTS TO COMMENCE ON THE FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1871 .AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
CHARLESTON, S. C., ON WHICH 0AY .
THE DRAWING COMMENCES.
THE SOOTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION. UNDF.P. THE AUSPICES
of the "South Carolina state Agrien 1 ural and Mechanical Society,'' will give a series of concerts
at the Academy of Mnslc. Charleston, S. C., commencing October 1st, 1871, for .the purpose
or raising a inna to enable Emigrants to settle upon lands selected by- ?he Association for Homes
of Northern and Europe?n Farmers ?nd others, tn the Sute of south Carolina, and for their
transportation Humer and support for the first 3 ear.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AM KO MOUE,
AT ?TVE DOLLARS' EACH.
ALL THE PREMIUMS. INCLUDING DE SJ) AND" CERTIFICATE OF ITTLE TO ACADEMY
OF MUSIC, will be deposited wita the National Bank.of tte Republic, New York, - '
$500,000 iiv GIFTS: .
1st G.lt-ACADEMY CF MUSIC, Charleston,5. O., cost to build $230,000, having an annual
mita; 0/ about $2),0O0, from Oders House, Stores and Halls; (be boildiogabetng<
. anota 290 leet by so feet, and situated corner of Ring and Market stree:s,.?n the'
centre of the city, and well known to be the tutsi building and most valuable
property in Charleston, valued at....$250,000
Sci Gifi-rCasu...*. ?5,000
4th Gift-COSE.x.-.J...'. ,10,008
6th Gift-Cash.*....?.,. * 5,000
.25 Gifts-Cash-each. $1000."..'.4. 25,000
2,6 Gifts-Cash-etrch $500.. . 118,500
360-Gifts-Cash-ea?h $100.1.:......... 35,000
250 Giris-Cash-each $50.'...,. ".*..*.. 12,500
600 Glfi6-Cash-each $??. 12,500
1260 Gilts-Cash-ea oh $:o.'..'.. 12,500
2404Gifts, amounts to. ._.85?.0,00O
OTTLEH, CHADWICK, GABY & CO.,
Agents S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
General M. C. BUTLER, ) . . - ' .
JOHN GHADWICK.ESIJ., J- CHARLESTON, S. C.
General M. W. GARY,' \
/IGEMTS WANTED-LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLDWED.
Oommisisioners and Supervisors of Drawing:
General A. R. WRIGHT, of Georgia.
General BRADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, of South Carolina.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, ol Nfcw York. '
A. FAIR AJS-I> COMMENDABLE SCHEME ?
CHARLESTON. S. CL, May-. 18U..
We take pleasare lt .cenirylncr that we ore acquainted with General M. C. BUTLER. JOHN
CB AD WI OK, Esq., and Oime?al M. W. OART, or me drm or BUTLER. CHADWICK GARY A CO., and
know them to be gentlemen of integrity, and we regard 1 he object they nave'of assisting immigrants
to homes tn South Carolira ofgieat. importance to tne State as well as to the immigrants, sad we
have every confidence tust tceir enterprise will be carried out w.th fairness and honesty to all par*
GEO. A. TRENHOLM, ' I. W. ELAYNE.
E. H. RUTLEDGE, A. G. MAGRATH.
JAMES CONN "fi, . THOS. Y. SIMONS,
JAMES E. PRINGLE. HENRY BUIST,
WILMOT G. DESAOSSDRE.
Tickcu can sc prorerc? of E. S EL r.iNC 4 CO., and J. L. MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Broad
street. ' . mayw-Smos
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOS FUND,
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Have commenced the Distribution of Awards in Lands
and Tenements, Diamonds, Jewelry, Pianos, Organs, Harps,
Statues, Gold Watches,- Silver and Elated Ware, &cM- hy
Halie, and will continue twice a day, at 13 M. and 5 P. M., at
the General Office, No. 147 Meeting street, Charleston, 0.0.
The Directors pf the CHAR! ESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, for the Benefit or the
Free school Fund. having compiled with the terms ol meir Charter, and paid over to J. E. J1LLSON.
state Superintendent cir Education or South Caro.Iua, the Bum ol One Thousand Dollars, being ihe
annual payment of the School Fund under the Charter, (tue receipt being hereto appended,) cave
inaugurated a system or Insurance certtllcates wu icu ls surrounded ny every degree of fairness, and
will be Rattled for twice a day, at Twelve M. and Five p. M., In public, limier the superintendence of
Captain FENN PECK, a Sworn Commissioner. . v
Thc advantages of t ils system are, that the purchasers can have the choice of their oVn num?
bers auywhere from No. 1 to No. 78, and the privilege or miming or increasing then- investments at
pleasure. The Schedule of Rates'adopted by. me Company will explain moro lally and accurately
sud can be obtained at the Onice of the Company or from any venders. Every Raffia mat . akes ptaee ls
classed and numbered on the Company's Official Bocks, and takes place twice a day, as follows:
Numbers printed on Cubis from No. 1 io No. 78, ure placed (rn public) by the Sworn Commis?
sioner in a Class Rattle Cfliuder and are well shaken. A boy blindfolded takes one of these Cubes
which ls exhibited to the spectators antf declared to tte and ls recorded as i he fiTst. Baffler! number.
The Knrtle Cylinder will then be revolved, and the boy ngutu tukes'out another number, which ls simi?
larly exlilbttcd.io the spec atora and recorded as the second Rattle number. Tibs op?ration will be re?
peated until Twelve numbers are Rattled ont of the Cylinder, and each number will be recorded on
me Official cooks or the Company In me order in -which lt I? taken in th* Rattle. These Twelve num?
bers so Rattled In each KaMe will decide all the AWARDS UF CERTIFICATES.
All the tiuuibers lu euui Rattle arc equal, uo dis; luci ion being made as to the order In which the
numbers ni e takcu In the Rallie, and the AWARDS ARE AT ONCE DELIVERED-tu the successful
EXPLANATION OF THE CERTIFICATE AWARDS. '
Purchasers select theil own numbers any where from l to 78. and for exemple, say, pays for the
same one dollar. The ven 1er gives the purchaser a certiticate wltti tne number or numbers selected,
and enlers Hie same mimi r or numbers upon the Company's Register (with Hie amount so paid) to
bc returned to the Oflloi of the Company Dy thc vender berore Hie Rattle takes place. Purchasers
may select a One Number Oertldcate, or a Two Number Geniilcute, i r a Three Number Certificate, or
ii Four Number Certificate
A s.cpe Number cortl neate means a bingle cumber selected by the buj er anywhere from! to 78,
and should that number bo taken-out, In the Twelve Numbers so taken from the Rattle Cylinder, the
purchaser will be eniltl?d to an AWARD OF FOUR TIMES the value of Shares in the RAFFLED
PROPERTY or cost of tlie originol certificate of Shares.
.A Two Number Certificate means if the Two uurabers as the Certificate- come ont-In the Twelve
numbers t.-ken from the lu tb ed Cylinder, will entitle the successful'holder to an -AWARD or Shares
in the RAFFLED PROi'BRfY of TWENTY times the value or cost of the original certificate of
A Three Number Certificate means if the Three numbers on rhe- Cerif?cate 'come ont in the
Twelve so mkeu from the Raffle Cylinder will entitle tine holder to an AWARD or Shares in Hie
RAFfLr.D PROPERTY il ONE HUNDRED ANO TWENTY TIMES the value or cost or the original
Certificate of Snares. II but Two of the numbers are out in the Three on the Certificate, the pur?
chaser will rec?lve an ? WARD of TWICE * the amiodnt of the value or cost of the original
A Four Number Certificate means ir the Four nnmoers on the Certificate come out in me Twelve
so taken from Hie Rattle Cylinder the purchaser wiil b-j entitled to an AWARD of shares in the
RAFFLKD PROPERTY of THREE HUNDRED UMES the value or cost of the original Certificate of
Sliares. ir but Three of the numbers on the Certificate are out in the Rattle the purchaser will receive
an AWARD of Shares in the RAFFLED PROPERTY of TEN times the value or cost of the original
Certificate or Shares.
A person may invest in a Certificate of Shares In these RA FF L RS an amount small or large as he
pleases. The Company's Schedule Lise of Awards ls made out at the rate of ONE DOLLAR FOR
UliRUFICATES, but Certificates will be issued of thc value of 25, SO and 75 cents; also, $i, $2, S3, $4,
$5 and to $to and upwards, and the Awards delivered pro rata to the schedule list or rates.- The
above explanation will enable any one desiring io take a share lu these Raffles to do so under?
standingly, and tue Kattlei-bting fairly and honestly conducted bi public by the Sworn Commission?
er and exactly at the hcurs named, they' alford a sarer means or Investment than any other busi?
The first Properly and Land Scheme or the Company willie issued in a short time, and will be
Rattled every three raouthu.
Any further Lnrorraatitn will be furnished by the General Agent of the Company, at their Office,
No. 147 MEETING STREET opposite the Charleston Hotel, where certificates arc for sale. '
J. P. HORBACH,
Grenei^a? Agfer.it of the Company, P. O. Box No. 249.
CHARLESTON, May 24th, 1871.
Received ol the CHARLESTON CHARITALLE ASSOCIATION, of the State of South Carolina, for
the Benefit or the Free School Fund, (successors of R. H. WILLOUGHBY & CO., One Thousand Dol?
lars, being tho sum in rall to be paid into che haudi of the StateSapcrtntendeni or Education, -'as re?
quired by an Act or me General Assembly of the Stale of South Carolina, passed at the regular Ses
sion of iS7u-7ly-approved March 8tb, 1871. J. K. JILLSON,
may29-imo State Superintendent Education, south carolina.
J?TERTNTXKDENT'B OFFICX,NOBTHEA3TERN R. R. 1
-. "CHABtESTON, Jline5, 1871. i
o a and aft er WKDNSSDAT next, the 7th Inst.,
he EXPRESS TRAIN leaving at 12 o'clock H.,
?.in be discontinued, and one to leave at 6.30 A.
ll substituted. AU other trains will continue aa
it present. PassengeLS for the Cueraw and Har?
ington Railroad will leave at ft30 A. M.
The Evening Exr ress Train win leave at 6 P.
H. instead of 6.80 P. If., as at posent
S. S SOLOMONS. Superintendent.
The. Manning, Klogsi'r?e, Darlington, Cheraw,
Bennett8vlire and Marlon capers will copy.
rtHEEAW ?ND DARLINGTON RAIL
SUPT'S OFFICE CHK?AW AKD DABLINQTON R. R., V
CITS RAW, June 5,1871. j
.OD and airer WEDKEBDAZ' next, the 7tb instant,
the Up Passenger Train, on this Road will run as
follows: < . .
Leave Florence.#... !.. IftSrlP.lL
Leave Darlington....?....:.... LU P. M.
Leave Cove's..L60-*. M.
Leave Society Hill.2 35 P. M.
Leave Cash's....:........ 3Xis p. M.
Arrive at Cheraw.^r...".8.30 P. M.
i, The KewufMMngaf Tralu willi t?mala as at
present. g.*. SOLOMONS. . .
*yDarllngtonr [Cheraw and fiennettsvhle psr
pera copy. . r .?_. juno-s; ,
g ?"??T?S"j?A^OL?NA RAILROAD
VIGE-PBEMDBNT'S OFFICE, >
CHARJASTON, S. C., January ld, 1871. j
- On rind after SUNDAY, January 22, tn?vj'a?sen
ger'nains on thc .Sonto -J; rjana RaUr&n #111
: ut-M follows . .
Leave Chrfrlesron. R. rr.. .vss.v..... .12.50 P. M.
arrive at Aug-te.-.. r?f. :.8A6 P. M.
ueavc 'J naries ton.jj.20 A.. M.
Arrive at CoMH W.'.. ?. -3.W-P. M.
.>v rea oaaauaom
Leave Augusta.,.,. 7.40 A. M/
Arrive ar. charleston.3.20 P. M.
Leave eWttn*l8..;..i:..........12.15 P. M.
Air rive at ^karlo? tea........-. .v* .... w 7.50 P. M.
AH0D8TA MQU? HXPKilSS. * . "
Leave Charleston:..:..*..-:.':;'..8.80 P. M.
.-UTive at Augiuua...................... 7,u s. al.
Leave Angosta... 5.50 p. M.
Arrive aTcaariest?n: .'........ :. ."fc-forA, M.
- . * CO?JMBIA WiaHT'EXTHKSS. ..?'-<..
Leave Charleston.....^..,..,.. ......... 7.10P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.00 A. M.
Leave osramBte.. ??O P. ?.
Arriv?t Chasteaton....c.4? A. M.
-srJT?JOBVIIiE TRAIN. .
Leave tfoaflesftn ES. 7;:.7 4.80 P. ti.
Arrive at^wrmiemua.,. 9M P. M.
'tfMrff?amWMiraJUfi ? 1 .t..... 7.00 A^M.
Arrive at Cheleston. 8.16 A. M.
CAMDEN BRANCH. ' ~
Leave-twndenv. rt..e.? A. M.
ArrU*at (kumbia.......v#w..V ..10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia.......,........... 1.25 P.M.
Arrive**'c*mtietr. .Mo P. M.
Day ?nd Night Trains nrafee dose connecttoaa
ot Augusta? with Georgia Railroad and Central
?iigtfrTrain coirtjecft with Mftcon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train-connects with a reen ville
and Columbia Railroad. _
. Cam ti en Train connects iTffiiy with ?af Passen?
ger Trains. - .
jania, b , ?A...L. TYLER. Vice-president.
?\rORTHBAST?KN RAILROAD OOM?
JJi . . . PANT. . ; .'
OfiABLESrqN, S. C., February It, 1871.
Tralns'wBf???fe Charleston "Dally at 6:30 A. M.
and 640 R M.
Arrive at charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8:30 P.H.
Train does not leave Charleston ?do P. M., SON
BASS. . * 50t< - .
Train leaving G:3? A M. makes through connec?
tion to NewYork, via Richmond and Acqnia
Creek only, going tttrdogn in 28 hours.
*4iasengers leafing by. 6:30 P.M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond, and Washington,
or vin. Ports-month and Baltimore: Those leaving
PKiBAr*iy tuts TV ?In lay over on S?NDAV m Bal?
timore, Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY in Wilmington. N. 0.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to ciacinuatl. Gnicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trams making con?
nections at Wai hint ton with Western trains
of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and superintendent.
P. L. CUBAT-OR, General Ticket Agent. ?
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL
AsSENGER TRAINS on this Road ran dany a*
. Leave ' Cbaflejton..'. 8.30 A. M.
Arrive-aifSrrannah..8.00 P. M. 1
Lea va Savan n ah...... ......11.16 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston...5.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic ? Gall
Railroad fer Jacksonville: St. Angus tine, and all
pot?te ii Florida. . . -. >.
Wita Centrai -:u?lroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
ule. New Orleans and the West.
Wlt-h StMXObostS for points on the Savannah'
At Charleston wu h the Sortneasterannd south
Carolina Railroads, aiid Steamships for all Dom ta
Iforth and west
. TaroDgh Tlokets over tlu>Uce on sale at Est?is
in Charieatou; Screven House, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket ornees North and Sonth.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savaa
uah and all points toyond.
Through Luis of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
PO Iii t k ?I ?C.
Tarur as low as by any other Une.
t ' C. S. GADSDEN.
octs , .v . Engineer ano;Superiateiidout.
g UMMER ?CHE DUL'E,
SPARTANBDK6 AND UNION RAELROAO
On and alter tbc 2Sth instant, the PASSENGER
TRAINS on ttre SPARTANBURG AND UNION
RA-ILRGAD wHl run dollyt
Goingdawji, leave Spar.wmburg. 5.30 X.',hL
Golog down, feave upionville. 7.50 A. M.
Arrive a?iflsrbn....*.11.00 A M.
Reiuraieg, leave alston.,.12104 M.
Returning, lea va Lu hon vide.3.26 P. M.
An ive at Spartan barg.. 5.25 P. Mr
THOMAS B. JETER.
y President S. and C. R. R.
Un'.onvllle, S. C., May 22, 1871. may26-lmo
Soo ls ano Stjais.
GASLE SGRC'.V WIRE
BOOTS & SHOES,
' THE BEST
For Wet Weather, For Dry Weather,
For Yootha, For Aire,
For Gentlemen, . For Ladies,
For i he City, . For the Country,
For Biding, For Walking,
For Fishing, For HuniKg.
SOLD BY DJCALBKS KVERYWI?EKE,
See that every one bears the Fatent Stamp.
DOUBLE LOOK ELASTIC STITCH.
This ls the mostsimple and reliable Two Thread
Sewing Machine In the world. It sews direct
from twe threads, and ls $15 less than any other
first-class Sewing Machine. Samples can be seen
at No. 155 MEETING STREET, opposite Charles?
ton Hotel, Sole Agent for the State. Sub-agents
wanted through the State. Address W. S. Eis
SELL, Charleston. Also agents for Home Shuttle
Hand Machine, $26. apr4-tuths6mos
AJiD THE ,
.WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCS-STlTGBt
are the best in use. ,, ."
For sale on the Lease Plan, with monUily paye?
ments, on easy terma, or for cash. Ail ?undo or
Maoh?ie attachments, Needles, Cotton, (white
black and colored.) Silk, Ott, Soap, *o., itt.
Repairing as usual, circulars and samples OF
;vork sent ou application.
D. B. HASELTON,
jBeneic" ..euler -In First Class Sewin?qana*
chines ana Material. No. 3f>7 Ktoj,' stree.,
augl? Cliarleston. s>. i?.