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. COMMJSSCIAJ? y EWS.
BA LT! MO RE-Per steamsoip Sea Gull-32 bales
cotton. 21 domestics, 263 ?erees rice, 146 tona qr
ground phosphate, 45,000 ?eet lumber, 241 pkgs or
vegetables, 5 obis bides, 5 cases jndse.
Th? Charleston Cotton. Rice and Naval
OPFIC3 CHARLESTON SH WS. \
FRIDAY EYBNIN8,' Jone 0, 1811.1
COTTON.-The market- presented a quiet char?
acter, the demand being light and prices Rere
at about unchanged figures. Sales 260 bales, say
l?t 14#, 2 at 15..1 at 155?. 4 at 16*. io at 16K, 2
at llji, ac is, 20 at ?K, 34 at 18K, 2 at iaK,
83 at 19, and 23 on private terms. We quote: .
LIVERPOOL CLA^SLFICATIOK. '"\
Ordinary to good ordinary.14 @i"
"Low middling..,...'..18 ??
Strict middling....? ?
Bj(?-This grain was a*steady figures, with a
limited business. Sales 30 tlerceB of Clean Caro
ima' at 8%c v fi?, we quote common to fair at
8M@8jfc; good at S?i@9c.
NAVAL ?TOBKS.-KOBIUB-sales to-day 332 Obis,
a?-followsi ST bois pale at $5 50?o 75; 12 low
pale at $5; 9 daU at $3?4 ; 48 low No. 1 OS private
terms; 67 No. 2 at $2 io; 31 extra No. 2 at' $2-30;
lSifl?i.'3-a? $a Spirits turpentine-50 bbl? In
kerosene 'packages sold at 40c, "and 13 bois io
now Southern packages a: ile.
FRBIOHTS. - TO liverpool, by Weam direct,
nomla?), .on uplands.^- via .New ..York, Tj^c
on ' up?iuis ; l?S&? sea Isisna?; .'by**:,
>a'u on uplands, K*i on sea Islande. To
Havre nominal, coastwise-to New ?oik
hf steam, %e on uplands, and-. Kc on sea
slaads; $125 v tierce on r;oar*'?sa.l. Kc * re, n
cotton;-^ fV tierce on r:ce: 40c'"*? barrel on rca. z ;
rrasft M on lumber; }9@i& -f> M. on timber. 1
Bu)'ton, by sail, Kc ? fis on upland cotton
To Providence, oy sail SS f) M as boi*rds, sc
fi ?b ofi cotton; ty steam $1 H bale on Now
York rates. To Philadelphia, by siCain. Kc ? rb
on upiands; by sall, 4" v1 'M jw beat'te; $9 on
timber; $8 V ton on clay, and $3?3 50 on'phos
Phates. To Bal timore. by steam, Ke T1 k ft
sail, $0 6O97 V ii cn boards; $s?3 26 fl too .<. n
phOBpnkte rock. Vessels are in demand by
oar mor chan ts to tate lumber freights frtfm
Georgetown,'S. G., Dar len and Sat illa River, Qa.,
and-Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $10
@". a H M are the rates on lumber and boards.
JBXCBANSB.-soling eo day bills 22K@22K?
'.--DoMEsnc EXLI?ANQB. - The banks are FUJ?
chasing aight checks on New. York at nar; 6 days
K off; 10 days K off; 15 days - off;' 20 days - off;
SO days - off.. They are selling sigtat checks at x
Markets by Tele?rap ti. ?~%
U O N KY MA R S S TS, .
LONDON, Jone 9-Noon.-Consols 91K. Bonds
FRANKFORT, June 9.-Bonds 96K.
Nsw YOBS, June a.-Noon.-Freights quiet
Stocks heavy and dnlL Gold steady at 12K.
Governments steady and- duU. State stocks flam
and duli. Money easy at 3.' Sterling-long ila
Evening.-Money abundant at Cai. Sterling
weak, oxaio. Gold i2Kal2??. Governments t?:*a
dy all day. State stocks dalt. 1 except new .->utt.
Carolinas. Tennessees 71K; new Bame. Vlrgiz'p.s
68X; new 73. Louisianas 67; new OS: levees 69K;
eights ?4. Alabamas 103; fives 72. Georgias 88;
segens 92K. North XiarollnaB-47K; new
South Carolinas 75; new 63K. Freights steady;
NEWOBLEANS, Jtne ?.-Sterling 24, Sight %
preminm*. Gold V?}?.
LIVERPOOL, *?ur.e 9-Noon.-Cotton steadier;
uplands 8Kd, Orleans 8Kd; sales 15,000 balts;
sales yestei day were 12,000 instead of 20,000; sales
orme week 144,000; exports 20,000,"for specula?
tion 47,000; stock 914,000, American 579,000; T*?
c?ipts 42,000, -American 17,00c-; aelual exporte
Evening.-Cotton firmer; uplands 8*d; Orleans
SK; sales 15.ooo; speculation and exports eooo.
Cotton afloat 481,000; American-206,000. Yarns
and fabrics steady. ' *
NEW YOBS, June . -Noon.-Cotton opened quiet;
Uplands 19Kc, Orleans ?9K; sales 700 bs es.
^Evening.-cotton .firmer; sales 197S bales; ab?
lairds 19Jic. " '?".
BOSTON, June 9.-Cotton dull; middlings ?Kc;
grpea receipts 906 bales; stock &OOO; net receipt* of
the week 682rgrosa 4283; sales or tue week 2800.
BALTIMORE, June 9-Cotton easter; middlings
?KS19KC; 'net receipts 175 bales; gross 187; ex?
ports, coastwise, 98; stock 1046; net receipts or
the week 550; gross 978. Exports to Great Brltalu
49; coastwise 270. Sales of the w. ek ??460.
NORFOLS, June 9.-Cotton quiet ; low middlings
l?Mc; net receipts 305; cxpoits coastwise 837;
sale? 26; stock it-S8;-net reoejpt* or me week ia?. -
CITY POINT, June 9.-Net receipts of the week
WILMINGTON, Jone 9.-Cotton dull; middlings
18c; net receipis 62 bales; exports, coastwise. 299;
stock 825; net receipts or the week 442; exports,
coastwise, 769; sal>.s or the week 166.
A va CST A , June 9.-Gotten market dull and de?
clining at 17K&17X.C for Liverpool and 18c for
New York middlings; tri?! 110 balts; receipts
60 balee. -
SAVANNAH, June e.-Cotton quiet; middlings 16
cts; net 'receipts 341 bale."; exports'to Continent
100; coastwise 1005; sales 50; stock 10,353; net re?
ceipts of the week 3818; exports to Great Britain
8639; Continent 5009; coastwise 4263; sales or the
MOBILJJ, June 9.-Cotton quiet abd steady ; mid
dlings 18?C; net receipts 837 balee; exports coast?
wise HOI; sales 1400: stock 16,136; net .receipts
for the week 1728; exports to Great Britain 321.
continent 713, coastwhre 2211; sales for the week
seeo. ' -
Nsw ORLEANS. Jone 9.-Cotton steady; nothing
doing; middlings i6Kc; net receipts i860 bales,
gross 2404; exports to Great Britain 2834; sales
650; stock78,128; net receipts for the week 8441,
Kress 10,790; exports to Great Britain 11.901,
Havre 13,119, Bremen 2624, Hamburg 1378, Baree
lona 879, coastwise 8415; sales for the week20,000.
GALVESTON, June 9-Cotton quiet; good ordi?
nary 14K; net receipts 663 bales; exports coast?
wise 740; sales 209; stock 57,905; net receipts OX the
week 4?04; exports to Great Britain 1425; coast?
wise 698; sales 3600.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, June 9-Noon.-Breadstuffs quiet.
Wheat.steady ; -red Western Hs 6d. Lard 47s.
LONDON. June 9- Evening.-Turpentine 39s 6du '
40a. Pork 59s.
Nsw 1 ORE, June 9-Noon.-Flour qniet'and
unchanged. Wheat quiet and firm. Corn steadv.
Pork $15 25al6 60. Lard fl'm. Turpentine favors
buyers, at 46a47c Rosin dull; strained $2 60..
Evening.-Flour, .youtkern, without material
change. Whiskey decidedly firmer at 93Ka94>-/,
closing at 94c. Wheat lc bet;er and In good ex- .
port demand; winter red and amber Western
$1 65ai 66. Corn closed quiet at 74a76c. Pork a
shade Armer and lu fair demand at S15?0al5 75. -
Lard more active; kettle lOjic. Naval stores
dull. Tallow steady.
BALTIMORE, June 9.-Flour quiet Ant firm for
choice. Wheat dull and ewirely unchanged.
Corn. whItaiS? uthern scarce and acilve at 82a8?c;
yell?w steady at 73?75c. Oats active and-scarce
at 7oa74c. PorK unchanged. Bacon active and
tends up; shoulders 7^a7Kc; rib ?ides 9c; clear
rib sides' 9iia9Ko Sugar-cured^ hams 16al7c.
LardiiaiiKc ?hlskey firm at 94c.
WILMINGTON, June a-Spirits turpentine steady
at 43c, Rot In a. ead r at $2 05 for strained; $2 30 for
No.'2; $6 60 for cale, 'tirade turpentine is quiet
at 83 for yellow dip, and $4 25 for virgin. Tar
firm a*. $2 45.
CINCINNATI, Jnne e.-Flour Arm and scarce.
Cora, demand fair; advanced to 56a;.7c. Pork
quiet and weak; $16 asked; $16 50 offered. Lard '
UQchan.ed. bacon gin fair demand at lower
rates; sin alders 6Kc; 6ldes 8Ka9c. Whiskey un*
settled at 89c
Su Louis, June .?-Hour quiet and weak; su
?perdce winter $6 25a5 30. Corn better; in sachs
58c Whiskey btrong at 91c. Pork held stlfly at
.$10. Bacon active and higher,-with large sales
for future delivery aud spi t; shoulders B3?c; clear
sides 8% Laro hlgner at lOulOKC
LOUISVILLE, June 9-Flour active and Armer,
but Miaree. Com 68c. Provisions lirai and less
active, with no bmers. Whiskey steady at 89o.
Nsw OBLRAMK June 9.-Flour Arm; super?tale
$5 87X; double $6 5o; weble$675a7. Corn easier;
mixed 74c> white 75a"6c; yellow 77. Oats 63a64c.
Bran si 36ai 4a Hay Armer.; choice $26827;
j?rlnie $24u2i. 1 ork advanced; mess $18 75. Bacon
firmer at 7.K. 9Ka9Kc. H ms MaUJfo. Lard
firm; tleroe lOKa.ojii:; keg ilse. Sugar Arm;
common 9Xu9M'-; 'uLy rair lirait Molasses
nimj-rermenting 35a4oc. v\ hisKey dull; Western
rectiOed 80a95c. Corree 133?ai5,K
Sew York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin. Weduesday, Jnne 7 :
The increaseed giockor Cand?na was not suffi?
cient to rau-"e any serious break in values, oui as
the outlet jost uow happens to he a little 6raa l
there was a somewhat tame feeling. We quote ut
9^a9iicfor or li arv togooo, and 10c for prime,
with sales to-day of iTboui 150 ilerce.". Foreign ls
la very fair st ck, and selling to some extent,
with,?prices steady., 1 hough our outside figures
are* only obi siped Onyumaii parcds eti?lc?jiew
crop.- -Saietf id 300 bags Rangoon at-7?7K, and
200 bags Patna a< 7Ka7Jj*c.
From the Journal or Commerce : The demand
for loreign, con ut us t? be good, and the co ntl
deneb 01 holdersr promp'ing moderate otrerlugs,
keep prices stead? ; 300 baga Rangam sold at 7?
7Kc. cm renev, tho ian, r pitce-for new. and 20?
bags Pama at 7'KC In Carolina the busimai la
fair; 15o tierces sold at OjtialOc, the latter price au
Mew York Hay Market.
From the Dally Bulletin. June 7: Receipts to
day about 1876 t'aie?. ThemarKet !B pi et y steady
.for sh i ppr g giades at $i at which price Ute roi
AO/Wine ?nit- huvct-ce> made: 76 bales Tor Bt tms
WK k. Ga., loo tor nvtii nah. .io for PeicisMinr, 20
for Ntu bern an i io-foi Raleigtr. N. c. Retailla
Arm and sea c w.th ? goo-i ormsnd at $1 zoal
-*). Straw ia still u m und sell- nadily ou artlval.
New York Naval Stores Market.
From tee Journal ol Commerce. Wednesday,
lune 7 : In spirits ttoenilne a Ugtiec?amptitQ
Jemand and normten'buttes at thlsport, bave in
Inced receivers to again drop prices a fraction,
jut at the close there ls a steadier tone, we qnote
merchantable lots at 46)ia47c. Sales are 50 bbls
?? 46J?c? 60 bbiB at 47c, and 150 bbls In low at 47a
?KoMdSO. aFcargo in. WUn?ngton reported: at
about "43c rob: 'Rosins-the market ls moderate?
ly active for strained at steady prices. The fine
grades continue In demand. Sales of soo bbls
strained on private terms; rumored, a cargo of
strained; al?o, 250 bbl- pale at ie. and 300 bbls at
$6?8 75. We quote at W 60a2 85 for strained;
$2 75a3 for ?o. 2; $3a4for Ko. l; $4 25a5 50 for
pale, and $6a7 60 for extra pale. Tar ls firm at
$2 70 for xwm&pmry*a $*?rwtomgroB.
Interior Cotton Mark? ts.
CHARLOTTE, June 7 -Sales to-day 40 bales a:
MONTGOMERY, June 7.-Cotton is m good de
mand in our market;low middlings lS^'aiexc.
Uecstpts by tl a il roa Li. Jane 9> .
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILBOAL*. :*
627 bales cotton, 99 hales goods. 40 bbis naval
stores. To Railroad Agent, W C courtney A?co,
Pelzer, Rodgers A co, G W Williams & co, Frost A
Adger, A B Mulligan, G H Walter Ac?, ASSmith.
w 5 Smith A co, Wm C Bte A co, W W Smith.
J N Robson, wiss A co, Macqueen ft Riecke, T J
Kerr Ai.co, B O'Neill.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Beanfort and Pacific
LandiuRB-J C Snider and lady. Miss Barnwell. A
H seabrook, Captain H D Elliott, L J Tacker and
lady, E Booth, A c Trotman, Capt O C West, H W
J REasf?fl?Bsr, MIsS Ea"3ferllng, CF Alston, Jr, A
Cameron, Rev A T Carr, and 3 deck.
? HOOK'S PSAS*. - iv
Full Moon, 3d, 1 hour, 7 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter. 9th. 7 Hoots. 15 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 17th, 9 hours. 9 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, *.6th, 5 horns. 24 minutes, evening.
R. t 8.
7/. 3 10.. 2
7.. 4 10..53
7.. 4" ll..37
7.. 5 morn.
7.. 5 12*..14
7.. 6 12..50
7.. 6 1..19
CHARLESTON, S. C.JUNE 10, 1871.
Lat 32 deg 46 min 33 sec' | Lon 79 deg 57 min 27 Ste.
Sehr Sea Queen,Rosebrook, Baltimore-12days.
Corn, oats, Ac To Master and J Campsen A co,
Burmeister A Zerbst.
. Steamer Pilot Boy, Siy, Beaufort, Chisolm
and PaciOc Landings. Mdse abd sundries, lo
' D Aiken. F Campten, Coosaw Mining ci>.
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C,
; tierces rice, 3 bales cotton, mdse and sundries
"To Sbackeirord A Kelly. W M Lawton A Son. C t
'Neils >n, J A Qaackenbnsh. H Emanuel, E Baum
R L HarraU, U J Walker, Prof Porcher. C R Miles,
B Bates A co, Fraser A Dill, Pringle A Soc, W E
Huger, Coben, Hancttel A co, and others.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore-Faul c
SAILED Y ESTERDAT.
Steamship Soa Gnu, Dutton, Baltimore.
FROM THIS PORT.
Spanish bri?; Man i Lonlsa, Pares, Barcelona
UP FOR THIS POitT.
The Marlon, Lefter;, at Liverpool, May IS
CLEARED FUR. THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, CroweU, New York, ut
British baik Rhea Sylvia, Cortlt, at Philadelphia,
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPb.
NEW YORK. Jane 9.-Arrived, steamships Loot
Sonder, Wyanoke, Upton, TUy, and City of Dib*
lin. Arrived out, the Denmark.
Evening.-Arrived, the -Carrie, g Webb and E'u
geule Borden. Arrived out, the Cambria and Bra?
The bark Alma Briscoe, sailed from Ball River,
S O, for Loudon, with phosphates.
The Blaok Prince, Marshall, from Liverpool for
Charleston, arrived at Newport, England, 2'id of
May._" . _
The "isnasiTbars Magg e. H?ima?, irom ctiar'es
ton for London, was orr thu Lizard May 27. .
The ichr Ivy Belle, Cox, fror* Georgetown, S 0,'
arrived at Baltimore June 7.
LIST OF VESSELS
n AHD auLsn K>K TEIS roi::
Br ship Island Home. Mcl.ellan, up.April 6
Br bark Vince, Robson, sailed.April ii
WEST HARTLEPOOL, ENG.
Br bar i Kathleen, Lester, np.May 5
The Black Prince, Marshall, up.May 22
Br brig Beiloai, Jones, sailed.Jan 23
The RT K Cany, -, failed.May 6
The Martha, Lewis, sailed..*..May 9,
Span trig Rosario, Girardo, sailed.May 26
Brig J A Cevereanx, Clark, cleared.........
Sehr J M Morales, Newman, cleared.
Sehr Queen or the South, Byrnes, cleared.
Sehr L S Davis, Bishop, up.
Sehr Hattie Coombs, jr neson, cleared...
Sehr S A Reed, Reed, ; j.
Sehr Jesse S Clark, Clark, cicared_
Sehr P L Smith, Robinson, cleared;..
Sehr Sea Queen, Rosebrook, cleared.
Sehr Chas Comery, l'inkham, cleared
Sehr Hannah, Staples, cleared........
Sehr Neide Doe, Richardson, sailed..
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Aad at mtail by all Uniggisrs. febl-Smn.
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This is the best Medicine ror young children
suffering with Colic, UiHrrhuja, or any'other com?
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with site ty, ar it contains no opium, oj other In
Price, 25 ceuts a K ttle.
Manufacture! anu tor Bale by
; DR. H. BAER.
Also by the following Druggists:
A W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Ur. W. A. SKR1NB, A. O. BAKBOT,
IV. T. LITTLE & CU., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
f. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A ? CUWAKE,
i. W. Al UAR, J. LUCK WOOD,
3. J. LUHN, W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON,
And by Druggists generally. jan2
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Helmboid'8 Rose Wash
Hetnbold's Catawba Grape Pills.
For sale by UR. H. BAER,
mayl5 No. iai Meeung Btreet.
m TUESDAY, JUNE 13, AT HALF
PAST 5 O'CLOCK P. M.
The ^i?mffed^-K?V Ironie tfhaei Steamship
"GEORGIA," Sidney Crowell, Commander, wilt
sail for New York on TUESDAY, June 13, at half
past 5 o'clock, P. AL, from- Pier No. 2 union
Wharves. <" rr ??
Through BHfe of ? Lading to Liverpool by
WILLIAMS & GUION STEAM LINE. To Genoa,
Trieste. Naples; Leghorn, Christiania. Goiten
bnrjf. and to uiasgowl by ANCHOR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS. To New Ewriand Cities as usual.
Insurance ny Steamers of this Line >i per cent.
For*Prelght Engagements or Passage, Diving
very fine State-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A ca. No. 28 Broad street.
cr* ;o WM. A.. OOURTON A y, No. 1 Union Wharf.
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y U R X b w y O R K .
OLD LINK H BTW -YORK AXD CHARLES,
E , * ?.i*I? L ? S ?:&1> h S 4 6. 9
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECS. STATE-ROOM?
THE VERY FAST AND SPLENDID
Side-Wheel Steamships of this Line will sail from
Atlger's Wharr as follows :
JAMES AUGER, SATURDAY, June 10th, at 12
o'clock M. .
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, June 17th, at ?>>,'
o'clock P. M.
JAMES ALGE HT, SATURDAY, June 24th, at ll
o'clock A. M,
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, July 1st, at 0 o'clock
46?" Insurance M percent, by this Line.
**- Through Bins ol Lading niven on Cotton t
Liverpool, Boston. Providence ?ind the New Eng
.anilmanuXaciuring towus at the. iowest marke
J3? State-room* may be secured in advance
without extra charge.
For Freight or Passage engagements, apply tt
may24~ _JAMI-a AUGER Jc co,
JpOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL A'ND GREAT WESTERN
(VIII dispatch one of their first-class, full power
Iron Screw Steamships from
TIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,- 7
vrtWrNo-' tap?. W*M*NE*AY?^W? S-P-M
NEBRASKA, Capt. GUARD.June 3, at 3 P M
^gf^^^^^^r^^^yg ' M
M^^fATrjP^^p! F0K)BTn-U4?ujt?h7, ac 8-?VM
COCORAD&fc?fr^F.FRK?M A*&& a: 31PM
W^CONS^^^TlLUAMS.'!:jP^^& at 2 P il
Sreei age^ajsMBiOmce No.(i& ?jg?M way > Iso,
& B 9 Wlg^MS?P?0N,-\
yr *_ * Koffl wm ttttet ir. Y.
NriBk-Through. Bills batik, i; to Liveip<rtf*Bned
bjjhe Charleston and New York Steamers, ^?j?eh
ragte ci?se oojinectiob with atojan e. %
For f artic niau an 1 la ie of Fr?a^T? apply io .
? f,'.' ' -jAaiEs Aii?^i^oa, r
"WAGNER, TCf.FiE,* COL
CALIF O. RN j^f^m?A AND JAPAN
. . FAP.ES GREATLY "REDrCED.
Steamers of'nt' aouve'lluereaveTler
Nc 4% No'rtli River, foot ol Canal J
Street, K*w York, at 12 o'clock noon, OJ me loth
and 33'.li of every hion:h (except when the?
dates fall on Sunday, then Ute Saturday preved
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for ?QutlirPa?iUc .ind t'en ira; American ports.
Dejatture pf 1 st li touches;lt 'Kingston.. Jamaica.
For Japan and Cluua, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco Urs; of every month, except whet it falls on
sunda*- t>eirCh JejBai pr#c?on|. # >
Nu California beamers touch at Havana, bu
.:o direct from New York to Aspiawall.
one hundred pounds baggage ires ro eacn ail ni P
Medicine and attendance ieee.
For Passage Tickets or Other information app:
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFPrc'B, OU ! ht
wharl foot of Canal street. North River. Ne?
U-rk. F. K. BABY, Agent.
. SJrn?s, Cerrarais, Ut.
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Dr. R. WILSON CARR, or Daltiruore.
Ur. T. 0. PUGH, ol Baltimore.
Ur. THOS. J. BOYK1N, or Ballimore.
Ur. A.- HORGAN, of Jarbero', N. G.
Dr. J. 5. SPARKS, of Nicholasvfle. Ky. . '
Ur. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima. Ohio.
Ur. W. HOLLOWAY, ol Philadelphia.
Ur. J. L. M cc A RT LI A, of South Carolina,
and many otuers. See ROSADALIS ALMANA C
indorsed by Rev. DAUN EY HALL, now of Mary
and conrtreiicc, formerly Chaplain io the Cou
it-derate Anny ol Nurtbcru Virginia:
s Alterative, Tonic arni Diuretic, anil arts at
<:ie and the same tune upon the IH.OOD, LIVER,
KIDNEYS and ull thc SECRETORY ORGAN'S, ox
leilmg till impure matter ?uni liulliiiug' pp thc
lysicm lo a healthy, vigorous condition.
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HOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, i Wholesale
GOODRICH. WJNEMAN A CO. ? AccnlH In
Dr. H. RAE?, J Cliarltwton.
JJONEY ! HONEY ! JJONEY !
I'me New Ootifilry HONEY, to oe liad lu ouanti
ies to suit purchasers, or HIL M. BASK,
mny26__No. 131 Meeting street.
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By Un. II. HA ER,
maylii _ _No. lal Meeting street.
A FULL ASSORTMENT just reoeived oy
UK. ll. BA ER,
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I SH I N G EXCURSIONS'.
The beautiful Yacht ELEANOR will make AA
an Excursion to the Blackfish Banks, start- JgM
lng from Southern Wharf-every WBIINESDAY ant
FRIDAY, at 7 A. M., and returning in the after?
noon. Lines and Bait furnished on board. Fare
The ELEANOR may be chartered at any time
for Private Excursion Parties. Apply to Captain
YOUNG, on hoard. _JnnlO
^TTENTION, EXCURSIONISTS !
The fine and well Known Yacht HECTOR,
Captain E. Fowler, is now ready to make SH?
Excursions to ali pointa in and around Charleston
Harbor, and is well adapted for Fishing Exci?
sions about Charleston Bar.'
For particulars, apply to J. JOHNSON,
jun9-2?_No. 66 Beat Bay.
FOR BENEFIT OF NEW GERMAN C
Will take place MONDAY EVENING,
Joly Sd. 1871. Steamer ST. HELENA_
will leave Market Wharf at half-past 8 o'cioc
preci ely. A flue Brass Band will be in atten
dance. . - -
Tickets can be procured from tue undesigned
. F. W. MEYER, C. H. OT!EN,
c. p. GARDNER. F.HAESLOOP, .
G. C. SCHMETZER, JR,
EXCURSION TO CAIN H OT "VILLAGE,
' WANDO RIVER.
The Steamer WATER LILLY will " . '^?T^iL
make an Excusi?n as above. THIS aw??fiSL
AFTERNOON, leaving south Atlantic wnan ?V?
rear of the old Postofnce) at half-past 3 o'clock,
and returning to the city at .sundown. .
Muller's Band will be on board.
Fare lor the trip 50 ceniB._Jnni0-1.
JgXCURSIONS! FISHING EXCURSIONS!
The Steamer WATER LILLY can be , . otT^^.
ciiar tei efl on MONDAYS and TUCKS duSBESC
DAYS for Excursions, for which she la aunnruDiy
adapted! : *
Ar;ily on board, orto DOUGLAS NISBET,
JundO At-Frelgnt Office South atlantic wharf.
rjIHE EXCURSION., ?fcc,
will be repeated next SUNDAY, ^ ?
the 11th ln-?t,, with the 8:eam.er ^532E3?L
PILOT BOY, which carried us so grhc?iany upon
the Ashley River last Sunday.
N. B.-The Steamar will leave Fraser's Wharf
at-9 o'clock, if rain does-not prevent us.
rjlOWAGE AND EXCURSIONS.
The steamer EMILIE, Captain C.
C; White, can be engaged for Tbw; _
age and Excnrsiuns. Apply on boara, ai. LUUI
mercial Wuarf, or to " ' .
i:HACKELFORD A KELLY,
mav23-tuihslmo Boyce's Wharf.
jp O - 'K F L 0 R- I D A,
The sieamer DICTATOR, Captain
L. M. Coxetter, will leave Southern.T
WJiarf every 'ITESOAT EVENING, at :.&> iiciotfk,
(until further notice,) for Jacksonville, Fernan?
dina and* Palaika, arriving Cock at charleston
every SATLRDAY AFTERNOON".. .. . ..
niayll ttAV?},?L A CO.. Agents.
QHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Until furiher notice, the Steamer
EMILIE, Captain C. C. -White,'will_
Itave Charleston every WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at
9 o'clock, and Georgetown ?very THURSDAY AF?
TERNOON, at 5 o.'clock.
For engagements apply on board at Commer?
cial wharf, or tb
SHACKELFORD t KELLY, Agents, -
Jun3 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
10R BEAUFORT, PACIFIC AND C?K
i Tlic Steamer PILOT BO?, Captain
J. w. sly," will leave Central Wharf,_
for EOlbiu, Beaufort and Pacific Laiming, every
MONDAY MORNIN?. at c o'clock, and for Bean/ort
and Pacific Landing every THURSDAY MOUSING,
at 8 o'clock. Returning, will leave Beaufort every
TVKSDAY and FRIDAY MORLING, at S o'clock, and
win leave Edisto every TUESDAY, at 3 o'clock,
P, M. J. 17. AIKEN,
mat 15 . Agent.
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ay Persons residing in thc tonntry will please
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HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL."
MASKEf.L'd CARBOLIC CANCER SALVE,
For sale by Du. H. EAER,
niay^i No. 131 Meetlug street.
Br and $Jn ? e D ? t r ib nlio n.
S O if TH CAROLINA
deferences in South Carolina :-.
General WAD3 HAMPTON, General JOHN.S. PRESTON, Hon. B. F. PERRY,- Htm. Wi D. SIMPSON, ,
Governor M. L. BONHAM, .ANDREW SIMOND8, Esq.,- General JOHNSON ftAGOOD. Hen? Qi Ai
TitENHOLM. Hon. ARMISTEAO BURT, Governnr.J. L_MANNING, Hon. JAMES OHESNOT, Hon-J.1
CAMPBELL. . ..
References m New York City :
AUGUST BELMONTE CO., Jlankeia; MORTONi BL'SS 4 CO., Bankers; ^Hon. CHARLES OTOTOR, I
Counsellor-at-Law; Hon. JOH? E. WARD, Counsellor-at-Law; Hon. ROGER A- PRYOR, ConnseHor at>1
Law: Colonel RICHARD LATHERS. T. A.HOYT, Esq..-President Gold Room; HUNT. THOMBSON &
CO., Factors; ANDERSON, STARR & CO., Merchants; PETTUS 4 CO., Merchants;, F. ZOGBA?M A
FAIRCHILD, Merchants, ..... ' ' ' .
$500,000 "TO BE A WAROED TO THE TICKET-M?LDfeRS OF THE
SERIES OF CONCERTS TO COMMENCE OM THE FIRST OF ,
OCTOBER, 187 U AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC, -
CHARLESTON, S. C., ON WHICH DAY
THE PRAVyiNC COMMENCES.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION. ASSOCIATION7, UNDER'THS AUSPICES. |
or the "South Carolina'State Agnen tural and Mechanical Society," will give a series or concerta
at the Academy or Music, Ghafleston, s. commencing Occeber 1st, -1871, ror the- purpose
di raising a .'and to enable Emigrants to settre upon lands selected by the Association Tor Home*
oT Northern and European Farmers arid others, in the State of sonjh Carolina, an,d fer their,
.transportation thither and. support for-the first year.
160,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AND NO MOUE,
. AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH. .
ALL THE PREMIUMS. INCLUDING DEBD ANB CERTIFICATE OF TITLE TO ACADEMT |
OF MUtIC, wm be tlepostted with the National Bank or the Rep ahilo-, New Yore,
|5004060 IN GIFT^?
ist Gift-ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Chariest^, S\ c., cosi to bwld $230,000, having an annual
rental or about $20,000, from (Tpe'ra House, Stores au 1 Halls; the building ieing
about 230 feet by GO "Ceo:, and situated corner or Ring and Market streets,.In the
centre or tue city, aud well known to be'the finest' building and most valuable
property in Charleston, valuccT.:.$250,000
2d Girt-Caih....'. 3MM),ooo
3d G ?rt-Casb.!......,.. ?5,000
4th Gfrt-casii..I.... io;0QQ,
61 h.Girt-Cash. 5,000
25Gifts-Cash-each $10G0..!.?... ?5,000
25 Gifts-Cash-each $500.'.. *:%........-. lS,5?o
350 G?rts-Cash-eacli $100.?. 35,000
260G?fis-Cash-each $50.'.t.... ?a.se?
500Gifts-Casli-each $*&.?'..*??w 12,800
1250 Gifts-Cash-each $10.- ia>aoo
2404 Gifts, amounts to... ."..-.?$500,000
BUTLER, pB^DWlCKf GARY & CO.,
Agents S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
General M. C. BUTLER, .1 . ' ?
J?HN CHADWICK. Esq., \ . ' CHARLESTON, S. C.
General Jfc W. GARY, )
AGENTS AVA\T2:D~LJBEA\L COM 3IM8?ON9 ALLOWED.
Commissioners, and Supervisors of Drawing:.
General A. R. WRIG BT, of Georgia.
General *B RADLEY T. JOHNSON, of Virginia.
Colonel B! H. RUTLEDGE, of Soulli Carolina.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, t>L New York
A. I^AJLR AJNJJ COJk?a?ET*OA.BXJE SCHEME !
CHARLESTON; S. C.', Mfty -. ?STl.*
We take pleasure in certifying that we are acquainted with General M. c. BUTLER; JOHN
CHADWICK, Esq., and General ft W. GARY, or the flem or BUTLER, CHADWICK .GARYJfc co., and
know then lo be gent lernen of integrity, and we regard thc object they have or assisting Immigrants
to homes In South Carolina orgreat importance 1.0-thc Mate as well as to the Immigrants, and we
have every cbu?dence ttmt their enterprise will be carried ont with fairness" and honesty to aH 'par?
ties concerned. ' .
GEO. A. TRENHOL.M, ' I. W. HAYNE.
R. H. KUTLEOGE, A. 0. MAG HATS, * .
JAMES CONNER. - THOS. Y. SIMONS, . '
JAMES ?.. PRINGLE, HENRY. BUIST,
WILMOT 0. DESAUSSURE.
TOTCW can oe procured or E. SEBRING a co., and J. L. MOSES, General Agents, No. 34 Brood,
street. , may?simos
FOR THE' BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SOHO O L FTJIY?,
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Have commenced the Distribution of Awards in Lands
and Tenements, Diamonds, Jewelry, Fiancs, . Organs, Harps,
Statues, Gold Watches, Silver and Flated Ware, frc;, by
Raffle, and will continue twice a day, at 12 M. and 5 P. M., at
the General .Office, No. 147 Meeting street, Charleston, S. C.
The Directors or the CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, ror trie" Benefit or Hie*
Free School Fund, haVing coiaplied with thc terms ol their Charter, and paid over lo J. ?. JILLS?N,
feta'te Superintendent ol Education or South Carolin i, tlie sum or One Thousand Dollars, being the
anuual payment'of .the School Fund ?nder the charter, (the receipt being hereto appended,) nave
inaugurated a system or Insnranoe Certificates which ls surrounded ny every degree or ralraeas, (tod
will be Raffled for twice a day, at Twelve-M. and Five f. M., in pab?c, ander the superintendence of
captain FENN PECK, a Sworn Commissioner.
' .The advantages of this system are, that the purchaser1? can have the choice Of their own num?
bers any where rrom No. Ito No. 78? and the privilege of limiting or Increasing their iuvesraeentu at
pleasure. The Schedule or Rates adopted by the Oomp.iryr ;w.dt explain, more fully aud aecarately
pud can be obtained at the crace of the Company or fruin any venden*. Every Ruffle thai, takes p'sccis
classed, and numbered'on the company's OQlc'laf Uno ki and tak?s place twice a day. as fol.ows:
Numbers prtiititi on-Otfoes from No. 1 fo No. 73, are placed (tn public) hy the Sworn Commis?
sioner In a Class Raffle Cylinder and are weir slia-eu. A boy Udud fouled takes one or the^e cubes
which ls exhibited to the spectators anti declaied io be and ls recorded" as the first Raffled number.
Tlie Ram? Cylinder will then be revolved, aaa*t)ieboy nguiu take* out another nutuuer, which ls simi?
larly inhibited to the spectators an'd. recorded as the seooudr Rart?enumher. This operation will be re?
peated untu* Twelve numbers are Raffled out or the OyJiuder, aiid each number will be recorded on
the Olticlal Hooka or the Company Irr che order iu which lt i* taken in thc Rattle. These Twelve num?
bers so Ruffled in enfli Haffle will decide anthe AWARDS OF CERTIFICATES.
All the dua.bers in each Kattie are equal, no* dist [notion being made as to theorder In which the
numbers ste taken in the Raffle, and the AWARDS ARE AT ONCE DELIVERED to the successful
CERTIFICATE HOLDER. , ? .
EXPLANATION OF THE G'BHTl FI CATE AWARDS. . ..
PurchaserH select their own numbers anywhere rro'.n l to 73, and for example, say, pays for the
Barns one dollar. The vender gives the purchaser a ceriiilcaic with the number or numbers selected,
aucl enters the samje nnmb r or numbers npon the Company's Register (with the amount so-paid) to
be returned to the omeo cf the Company by -the vender before the Raffle takes place. Pm-chm ers
inny s?lect a One Number Certiticate, or a TwoNnmbir Certificate, ira Three Number Certlflcaie,'or
a Four Number Certlnca.te.
A sfbgie Number Coruscate means a tingle number selected by the buyer anywhere from 1 to 76,
and should wiat number be tu.ken out. in the Twelve Numbers so taken irom the Raffle Cylinder, the
purchaser will be eutitled to an AWARD OF FOUR TIMES the value of Shares lu ihe RAFFLED
PROPERTY or cost of the original CerUdcate or smites.
A Two Number Certificate means ll the Two uumners as ihe Certiticate come out m I he Twelve
numbers taken from the Ramed Cylinder. wlll?nutle '.he successful holder to au AWARD of Shares
In inc RAFFLED PROPERTY of TWENTY times Hie value or cost or the original certificate or
A Three Number CertlDcatc means '.r the Three numbers on the Certificare come ont In the
Twelve BO taken from the Raffle cyll-.der will entitle the holder to an AWARD or Shares In the
RAFFLbD PROPERTY of ONE HUMMED ANO TWENTY TIMES the value or cost or the original
Jertlficate of Shares, if but Two of cite numbers are out in thc Throe on the Certificate, the pur?
chaser will receive an AWARD of TWICE tho amount of the value or cost of the original
A Four Number Certificate means if the Four Minuter? on thc Certificate come out in the Twelve
io taken'froin the Raffle Cylinder Hie purchaser will ba entitled to nn AWARD of Shares in the
lt AFFLED PRO l'E KT Y ul TUREE HUNDRED VIMES the value or cost or t he original Certificate or
Shares. If but Three or thc numbers on the Certificate arc out in the Ruffle ..he-purchaser will receive
in AWARD or Shares in the -RAFFLED PuoPERTY or TEN tunes the value ur cost or the original
Jertilicate ol Shares.
A person may invest ?n a Cenlflcate or Shares in these RAFFLES an amount small or largess he
ileases. The Oouipany's Schedule List of Awards ls made nut ut the rare of ONE DOLLAR FOR
JERJ1FICATES, bur. CeiitOcates will be i.-sued or the valso or 25, 00 and 75 cents; also, $l, $2, $3, $4,
P5 and to Sio and upwards, and the Awar- a delivered pro rata co-the schedule list or rates. The
tbove explanation will enable any one desiring to take a share in these KalfleB to So so under
itandingly, und the Kan>s bting.rairly and honestly conducted in public by theSworn Commission
>r and exact.y at the hours named, they alford a Baler means of Investment tuan any other'busl
The first Properly"and Lund Scheme or thc Companywill be issued m a short time, and will be
lamed every three months.
Any iorth?r Inrormation wild be furnished by the General Agent of the Company, at their Office,
?o. 147 MEETING STREET, opposite the Charleston Hotel, where Certificates are for sale. '
J. JP. HORBACH,
3-eneral Agent of the Company, P. O. Box No. 349.
CHARLESTON, Mav 24th, 1871.
Received of the CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, of the Stave of South Carolina, for
he Benefit of the Free School Fund, (succer-sors of R. H. WILLOUGHBY*A CO., one Tnuusand. Dol
irs, being the sum in full'to be paid into the hands of the State Sapenntenden or Education, 'as re
ulred hy an Act ol the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina, passed at the regular Sea
ion of 1870-71, approved March 8th, 1871. . J. K JILLSoN.
mayis-imo State Superintendent Education, south carolina,
VICE-PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, ... .1*
7a JUKE 9, 1871." /
Dn and alter SUNDAY",""June ll, toe following
cnanges l?Schedtile of Passenger Tratos, will go
into effect : a . .,
. FOR AUGUSTA. '*
Leave caarlestanat.....-."r-...v.;.v.8JO A. M.
Arrive at Angosta at.j.4.35 P.,M.
.FOR CHARLESTON. . .
Leave OolmnbUvat..-.7.40 A.. M.
Arrive at Charleston at.........3.20 P. M.
% THROUGH WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Angosta at..3.00 A. If.
Arrive at Klngvffie at.9.05 A. M.
Leave KingsvMeat.?r..1.45 P. M.
Arrive at augostaat..?.:.T.4o P. M.
Augusta Night.Express wliLleave Angosta at
6 P.M., instead of s.'WP.'M: In-other respects,
the 8chedoie remains the same as at present.
,-:A>L. TYLER, vice-President.
S.B. PlCg.BN8, ,G,T. A. , . _JUD9-8
, J^ORT-HEASTERN RAILROAD.
8rJI>BBfl(TBND?}r?,B OPWf E.N?BTHBlStEBN R.'B.? .
<,-.. '? CHARLESTON, Junee, 1871. ) I
Osmand after WEDNESDAY next, the 7tb lust.,
the EXPRESS TRAIN leaving at. 12 O'clock M.,
will h? discontinued, anrt-one to leave at 9.30 A.
M substituted.' /All other trains will continue aa
at present. PassengersJor thc Cheraw'and Dar-,
lington Railroad will leave at 6.30 a. M.
. The 'Evenulg'f&iress Train will leave at 6 P.*
M. instead of e.80 P. M, ariormerly.
?v.'!' . ..8.6.-PO LO MONS. Superintendent.
The Manning. l^gstree,.darlington, Gberaw?^
?iennett?vilie and"Marlon daners wu! copy.
janene . : ? ,r f
g ??l,? E R I ? H'E D U L t,
BFARTANB??Q AND" UNION RAILROAD
On and after the-2fli hinstant, trie PASSENGER
TRAINS on the SPARTANBURG AND UNION
RAILROAD will nm daliy? ? *
Going down, leaveSpartanburg........ 3.30 A'. M.
Going dom, leave Union ville. 7.60 A. M.
Arrive it Alston.... ..................~1L00 A. M.
? Rem ming, leave Alston............... .12.03 M.
Returning, leave Unionvllle..;..-..3.26 P. M.
Arrive at Snartanburg.......... 6.25 P. M,
THOMAS B. JETER,
. ' ' '. ? ' " President S. 'and o. R. R.
.Uilaaviller& c., May.22, 1871. ' n?y26-lmo .
TrTRASTERN RAILROAD, COM
CHARLESTON. S. C., February ll, 1871.
Traine will leave 'Charleston Dally at 6:30 A. M.
and 6 P.M. rT"
ArrrVe ax Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3:8* P. M..
Train does not leave Charleston 6 r. M., SUN .
DATS. - -
Train leaving 6rS0 A. M. maSea through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond, and Acqma -
Creek only, gplng through in 40 hours,
Passengers leaving by 6 P. a. Train have"
choice of--route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portamonthand Baltimore. Those leaving
KRIDA r by this Train lay over on SUNDAY In Bal?
timore. TRose leaving on SATURDAY remain Stra?
DAYln Wilmmyton, N. C. . .
This utile cheapest, quickest end most pleasant
route to Cincinnati. Chicago and other points
West and'Northwest, both Traills making con
neOBooa at Washington with Western trams*
ot Aalttaawe ?no o nie ftaflsoads
S. S.. SOLOMONS,
n Engineer and Superintendent. -
P. L. CLKATOK, General" Tftket Agent.
. febiuismea j? " .& : i . -
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL- :
' ROAD.^ r ;?
GI, TM rag na l^r^fF ii^rfe
PASSENGER TRAINS"on this Road urn daily aa
Leave Charleston.8.so A. M. . 1:
Arrive at savannah...3.00 P. M.
. - Leave SwarmaHl'..11.16 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.u..6.20 P. M.
Connects at. Savannah with the Atlantic A Gol!
uallfoad for Jacksonville, St, Augustine, and au
poin ts in Florida
Won Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo*
t11 ie. New Orleans and the west. ...
: with Steamboats for points on the Savannah
At Charleston with thcNoi-tneasteru and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all point?
North and West.
Through Tickets over this line on sale at Hotcla
in Charleston; Screven House,-Savannah; aud all
principal Ticket offices North and South.
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan- :
nali and all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
ralatta^Ac; " . '.'
Tatar as low as by any other line. . .
C. 3. GADSDEN
octa ._Engineer and Superintendent.
/"iHERAW AND DARLINGTON . RAIL- .
\j . J ROAD.
SUPT'S Omca CHBSAW AND ?ARUNOTa?r R. R., > .
cm RAW, Juue 6,1871. >
On and after WEDNESDAY, next, the 7th instant,
the Up-Passenger Train on this Road will fun aa
LcAveJloience.12.30 P. M.
LeaVe Darlington.1.16 P. M.
Leave Do val.".... .USO P. M.
Leave Society HUI. 2 86 P. M.
Leaf? Cash's.8.06 P. M.
Arrive at Cheraw..:..".8.30 P. M.
The Down Passenger Train wiHl remain as at
present. . S.S. SOLOMONS,
a , - Superintendent.
<J-Darling ton, - Cheraw add Beuuettavlje na?
per* conys . ? . . yag(-if ,
??00 TH CAROLINA RAILROAD
OHARLXSTCW, S. C., January VS, mi. j
On and after SUNDAY, January 23, thc Passen?
ger irolns on Mic ssou-.ii.^.r.-iina Railroad win
ru: us follows:
:I FOR AUGUSTA.
-eave Charleston.-.... 12.60 P. M.
. '.rriye ut Augiwta.....? S.1S P, M.
Leave Cnaflesfon. .1.20 A. M.
'.nive at Columbia. 3.4CP. M.
I OK CBABXBS70K.
..cave Augusta. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive ar. Charleston.r.3jK)P. M.
Leave Oolnmbla.w.12.16 P. M,
Ar nive at Charleston.,.7.5U p. M.
. ACbUSiTA KI?HT EXriieta.
Leane Charleston. 8.30 P.M.
Arrive at Augusta.\.,r.7.06^. M.
Leave Augusta. 5?5o p. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 5.40 A. Mi
COLUMBIA NIGHT EX?'KESSI
.eave Charleston...'.. 7.10 P. Vu
.trrive at columbia.0.00 A. M.
leu ve Colombia. 7.60 P. M.
Arrive ar Charleston.6.46 A. M.
t.cnve Charleston.4.30 P. M.
.'.rnve at summerville.0.00 P. M.
.eave SuiusiervLUe.7.00 A. M.
Arrive a- Charleston. 8.16 A. M.
Leave Camden. 6.00 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia..'. 1.25 P.M.
Arrive ar camden.:.6.00 P. M.
Day and Night Trains mate close connection*
at. Augusta with Georgia Radroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Angosta
Columbia Night Train connects with OreenvHl*
and Columbia Railroad. .
Camden Train connects daily with Day Passen?
jana_A. L.TT,LER. vice-President. .
St* mi r; g ?ilacmnfs.
DOUBLE LOCK. ELASTIC 3TIT0H.
This Is the mobt simple and reliable Two Thread
Sewing Machina In ihe world. 'It sews direct
from two threads, and ls $15 less than any other
first-class Sewing Machine. Samples can oe seen
at No. 155 MEETING STREET, opposite Charles?
ton Hotel, Sole Agent for. tlie State. Sub-agents
warned 1 brough the State. Address w. s. u IS?
SEL L, Charleston. Also agents for Borne Shuttle
Hand Machine. $26. apr+-tuths6mofl
1 WEED" FAMILY* FAVORITE LOCK-STITOB
ore the best m ose.
For sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. All s mas cf
Machina attachments. Needles, Cotton, (white
black and colored,) Stix, Oil, soap, Ac, Ax..
?Repairing as 'usuaL Circulars and sshipiee-of
work sent ou application.
. D. B. HASELTON, . .
Genere! dealer lu First Class Sewing*aa
chines ana Material No. 307 King stree!*
augl7 - Charleston. S.O.