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BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-193 bales
cotton, 67 tierces rice, 42 bales yarns and domes
tics 6 bales hides, 5 rolls 'eather, 28 casks clay,
20,000 feet lamber, 140 pkgs vegetables and mat,
13 pkgs sundries, ic.
WILMINGTON, DIL-Per brig Josie A Devereaux
625 tone phosphate rock.
Tbc Charleston Cotton, Rice anet Naval
ornes cnisLBSTOK NEWS, l
FRIDAY EVBNINQ, Jane 23, 1811. i
COTTON.-There was a light Inquiry for the bet?
ter qualities at easier figures, but no demand for
the lower grades; sales about 260 bales, say 2 at
19,140 at 20, 46 at 20%, 63 at 21. We quote:
- Strlot middling......20%@21
RICK.-There were no transactions In this
NAVAL STORXS.-Sales 228 bblB rosin-105 bbls
-pale and extra?ale at $5 7506, 59 bois low pale at
$5@5 25.22 bois No l and extra No l at $404 50,
30 bbls dall at $3, $37504, and 3 bbls opaque at
$2 50. Fifty-nine casks spirits turpentine at 40c
fi gallon. - ;
Fania BIB.-To Liverpool, by steam direct,
njmlnal on uplands ; via New York, va
oa npiaud?, ld oa sea islands ; by sait,
on uplands-aid sea island?, nominal. Ta
Bitte -nominal. Coastwise-to New ?oik
by steam, %c on uplands and %c on sea
island s ; $125 ft tierce on rice; by sail, %c ft it < n
cotton ;-? .tierce on ric?: 40c V4 barrel op rosin ;
$:?S,V u on icmber; $9010 ^ M on timber. T
J3jeton, hy sall, %c fi m on upland - cotton.
To Providence, by sail |S a U cn bo<urd9, %c
fi a cn cotton; by steam $1 fi baie on New
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Kc fi R
on uplands; bj sall, $7 ft M on boards; $9 os
timber; $3 fi'ton on clay, and $303 co cn phos
pnates. To Baltimore, by steam, Mc fi lb by
Bail, $6 5007 V M cn boards; $303 25 f> ton in
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
onr merchants to take lumber freights frcm
Georgetown, 9. c., Danen and Satllla River, Gt?.,
and Jacksonville, Fia., to Northern ports, and $10
012 fl M are the rates on lumber and beards.
ExcuANaa.-sterling 60 day bills 22%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANBB. - The tanks are pur?
chasing ngbt checks on New York at nar; 5 days
% off; io days % off; 15 days - off;' 20 days - off:
80 days - off. They are selling sight checks at %
Markets by Telegraph.
MONS Y MARKETS.
LONDON, J noe 23.-Bullion increased nearly
half a million pounds. Consols 92. Bonds 90%.
Even mg.-consols 91 %aS2. Bonds 80%.
PARIS, June 23.-Rentes 32f.
' Eveplag.-Rentes 62. 7c
Nxw lOBB, June 23-Noon.-Freights firm.
Stocks dall and heavy. Gold steady at 12%. Gov?
ernments dull but steady. State -bonds steady.
Money easy at 3 per cent. Exchange, long io%j
Evening.-Aloney easier.at 2a4. Sterling firmer
at%a%. Gold 12%ai2%. Governments steady
at about % advance, southerns neglected. Ten?
nessee stronger at 72%, new same. Virginias
60%, new 72%. Louisianas es, new 62, levees 70,
eights 84. AlHbamas 102, fives 72. Georgias 80%,
sevens 92. North Caroi'nss 46%, new 27. Sooth
Carolinas 75, new 62%. Freights very firm.
COTTON' M AKEETd..
LIVERPOOL, June 23 - Noon.-Cotton opened
firm; uplands 8%d. Orleans 8#da8%d; sales l5,ooo
bales; for the week I87,ooo; for export 19,000;
for speculation 38,000; Stock 909,000 bales; Ameri?
can -so.ooo; receipts 64,ooo; American 29,000; ac?
tual exports 20,000. On ship named from New
Afternoon-Cotton continues sleady. Sales in?
clude,' for speculation and export. 700? bales;
stuck afloat 416.000; American 102,000. Nearly
due from New Orleans 8%d. '
Evening.-Cotton quiet; uplands ftxd, Orleans
*%a8%d; sales 15,000 bales; speculation and ex,
Sirt 7000; named ship, Orleans 8%d. Yarns and
bries quiet and firm:
Nsw YOKE, June 23-Noon.-Cotton quiet but
firm:middling uplands 20, Orleans 20 vc; sa.es500
BOSTON. June 23.-cotton steady; middlings
20Kc: gross receipts 435 bales; exports to Great
BriuiIn 18; saleit 400; stock 6600; ntt receipt? of tbe
week 447; gross tl44; exports to Great Britain 57;
eales of the wt ek 1800. .
BALTIMORE, June 23.-Cotton quiet ; middlings
20%a2O%c; ne: receipts 843 bales; gross 923; ex?
ports coastwise 866; eales 182; stock 10.050; net re?
ceipts of the week 1680; gross 2523; exports coast?
wise 1125; sales of tbe week 1208.
NORFOLK, June 23.-Cotton quiet; low middling
18%c;net receipts 183 bales; exports coastwise
90; sales 100; stock 1540; net receipts of week
1911: exports coastwise 208CT; sales of the week
CITY POINT, June 23.-Net jecelpts of the week
- 350 bales.
WILMINGTON. June 28.-Cotton firm; middlings
19%c;net receipts 50: stock 992 bales; net re?
ceipts of the week 420; exports coastwise 750;
sales of the week 119.
AUGUSTA, June 23.-Cotton market closed flt m
at 19 to 19%c for Liverpool middlings and 19% to
19%c for New York middlings; sales 170 bales; re?
SAVANNAH, June 28.-Cotton quiet; middlings
19al9%c; net ret eiptB 442; exports coastwise 477;
sales 50; stock 9117; net receipts of the week 534S;
exports to .Continent 2100; coastwise 2034; sales ur
the week looo bales.'
MOBILE, Jone 23 -Cotton firm; middlings 19??c;
net receipts 93bales; exports tb Great Britain 269;
. coastwise 960; sales 476; slock 11,863; ne> receipts
for the week 826; -exports to Great Britain 30S?;
coastwise 1168: sales Xor the week 1625. "
Nsw ORL?ANS, June 28.-Cotton steady; mid?
dlings 13%al9%c; net nceipts 16i4; gross 900;
stocK,43,424; net receipts of the week 8060; gros*:
892*; exports to Great Britain 12 760; to Havre
l&r, to Barcelona 1918; to Bremen 07; coastwise
9633; sales of the we k 12.000 bales.
GALVESTON, June 23.-Cotton qnlet ; good ordi?
nary 15%c: net receipts 978. baies: exports to
Great Brimin 3095; coastwise 97;.sales -.00; stock
45,828; net n celpts for the week 444J; exportB to
Great Britain 8254; continent 1616; coastwise 1970:
sales for the week 8250.
PROV! S ION S \i-ND r-KQDUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, June 23-Noon.-Red winter wheat
4s Sd. Flour 268 6d. Corn Sis 3d. Beef 97s 6d.
Lard 47B." Breadstuff*. duiL ?
Evening.-common rosin es 9d to 7s.
^LOKDON, June 33-Evening.-Common rosin
Nsw YORK, June- 23.-Noon.-Flour quiet out
steady. Wheat a shade firmer. Corn a trifle bet?
ter. Pork steady; mess $l4 75a$i5. Lara qnlet
hm ateady. Turpentine quiet at 46%c Rosin
firm at $2 76 for strained.
Svtnlng.-Flour, bout hem steady. Whiskey 92
a92%c Wheat 1 cent better, and in moderate ex?
port demand; winter red and amber Weat ern
$1 66al 67% Coin closed dull, with advance lost
at 74%. to 75%c Pork, lard and. naval siores
steady. Tallow arm at 9%*9%c.
BALTIMORE, June 28.-Flour dull and favorB
boyera -Wheat dull. Corn-white dud at 85c
yellow Arm at 95a9?; mixed Western. 80. wats in
fair demand at 70a80c Pork $16ai6 60. Bacon
anti wMsfcfy unchanged. 5
WILMINGTON june 23 -Spirits terpentine steady
at 31c Rosin-$215 for Biramed 2 5ufor pale.
2 20 for kiw No 2. Crude turpentine firm at $3 for
yellow'dip and 4 25 tor virgin. Tar firm at $2 50.
CINCINNATI, June 23.-Flour dull and a shade
lower. Corn dull and a shade lower, 57a5S. Pork
quiet and unchanged, $15. Lard, advancing ten?
dency, 10c Bacon steady; shoulders 6>?c; clear
sides 6%c. Whhkey89.
ST. LOUIS. June 23.-Flour dull and nominal at
$4 so ai. Corn eas er; mixed sacks 60a6ic. Bag?
ging aoassc. Whiskey 9?c Pork arm at $15.
BaconluacIve; shoulders eve; clear sides9c
Lard dud nt 9%c.
LOUISVILLE, June 23.-Flour declining. Corn
dull and aucfeaaged. Provisions a shade firmer
at yesterday's prices; uo Inqmry whatever.
Kew York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin. Wednesday, June 21:
The market has undergone ?ow changes and none .
of an lmpor.am nature. Th. ge eral demand isl
moderate ar.rt confined in the main to snch par?
cels us may be wanted to meet the momentary ne
ctSMiiieuor ihe trude, and encugb stock ls avail?
able fowlie on let at iorraer rate??, without, how?
ever, any pressure or undue anxiety tu realize
ironf sellers.. bait s of 40 tierces Caroljua ai 9%a
9%c for ordinary to prime,, with fancy at icc, 150
bags Rangoon at 7a7>4c. and 100 bags Patna at
7%a7%o, currency, duty paid, and loo bags Ran?
goon in bond at $3 45, gold.
Fri m the Journal of Commerce: There ls not
much doing In foreign. The demand is very
moderate from the trade, butas holders regard
tbe lui ure ?Ith coufldt nee prices do not give way.
We notice f ales ot loo bugs Rangoon iii bond at
$3 45, gold, 20? haas do, duty pam. ai 7a7?c, cur?
rency, and 150 bags. Pama at 7Ha7%c. Carolina
ls dull and prices are in the buyers' favor ihe
supply exceeding the demand. We quote Wa
Mew York Naval Stores Market.
From the Journal of Commerce, Wednesday,
June 21: For Nplrtts turpentine the maikrt shows
no farther change. The demand is fair, in part
frcm speculator". We quote merchantable order
' at 47a47Xc tale* embrace 320 bbls at 47c, 47%c,
47 vc; loo bbls in small lois at 48a48%c; 100 bb.s,
fer JD m-, a' 46V. and 100 bbls, fur July, at 44c
Rotins-the sales are munal] lots, Without flew
full parcels offering. Prices sre very sironir.
Bales embrace 100 bbls s mm d a' $2 7u; 511 nbls
do at $2 80: 9CO bbls No 2 st $3; 46 bbls pale at
$6 so, and OJO bbl- Nu 1 at $3 60a4 Tar has ?gain
arivn-f-pri. ci< sit ar with $4 asked Tor Wilmington:
J00bbjs80ldat$3 60. '
BTew Y?HFH?y ??rket.
Erom toe Dally Balle tin, Wednesday, Jane 21 :
The receipts to-day are 1726 balea The market
for swpping gradea, has been rather-qotet.jhat
prices are -very' firm afil 06, and some parties'
are asking $110 per 100 ms. The sal's are 200
baleB lor Charleston, 110 for Savannah, 200 for
Havana, and 40 tor Newborn, all at $1 05. Retail
is higher and in demand at $120al 60.. Straw
qniet, and we think prices hardly so Arm.
WILMINGTON, Jane 22.-TURPENTINE.-In this
snide we have no change tp report In prices
since last review. There has existed a steady de?
mand tor distilling purposes, and the market has
ruled firm at $4 25 tor virgin, and $3 tor yellow
dip, per 280 lbs. Receipts have been rather small,
. footing np only 1069 bbls.
SPIRITS TORPENTINE.-During the earner part
of the week the market Tot this article ruied
steady fend Arm. and parcels-when offered were
taken 8t42c. For the past two days, however,
there has been 6ome dullness, under the adverse
news from abroad, and on Wednesday closed at
41c. being a decline or lc. To-day (Thursday)
there is rather a better feeling, and 4lc ls quite
freely offered, at which Bales have taken place,
but the small stock la factors' hands is held
Ros IN. -During the week Ju^t ended the market
generally has ruled firm for all grades, and par?
cels have been tasen when offered.' In strained
and No. 2 a slight advance has been obtained,
while other qualities are unchanged la price.
I There ls a fair demand from buyers, but the tales
-are somewhat restricted tor waat of stock, the
quantity tn first hands'"elng rather small.
TAB-Has been in . xl Inquiry tor the week,
and the market has ruled firm at quotations given
lu our last. Receipts meagre, reaching only 132
bbls, which sold at $2 45 per bbl.
Interior Cotton Markets.
CHARLOTTE, June 21_Sales to-day 25 bales at
from 15 to l8>ic. Market declining ra New York.
CHESTER, June 21.-Middlings 19c.
COLUMBUS, June 21.-Market quiet; middlings
.19c; sales 15 bales; receipts 35 bates; shipments 0
MONTGOMERY, June 21.-Wc quote low mid'
dungs in our market to day at i7)?c
Receipts by Railroad, Jua? 23. r
.SOUTH CABOLr.' A RAILROAD.
200 bales cotton, 95 bales goods, 370 pkgs beer,
cars lumber. To Railroad Agent, Geo H Wal
'ter St co, Pelzer, Rodgers. Sc co. Frost & Ad ger
A J Salinas. M Trlest; L Deltz, G Foll?n. Mowry S?
Son, W C Bee & co. Wlss 4 co, E S Miles.
Fer steamsnip Sea Gull, for Baltimore-Mrs
Steele ar d K F Graff.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
chas Daniels, wire and child, Mr Ellis, wife and
; servant, D L Pringle and wife. Dr W. A Deas. Mrs
R H Lowndes, Miss E Lowndes, Miss Huger, Mrs
A M Mac lganlt and servant, and 6 on deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from savannah, Beau
tort, Pacific and others Landings-G W Roberts,
Dr J F Bauteile. Mrs C O Bernelle. Miss Bourelle
and servant, J L Lopez, Mrs and Miss Newcomb,
C S Benedict, C H Beadel, Miss Johnson, i*E Mc
I Gregor, wife and child. Miss Cleary,-SC Millett,
wire and child, Mrs Millett; Mt?s innen, M H Mc
Bride. G Waterhouse, wire and child. Miss Parme
? lee, A T Eingmao, J F Smith, Capt Buckley, Chas
I Mofan, J A oupon, J A Mnme, J J Bale, Mrs Sea?
brook, ailsa McGuire, and .6 deck.
PORT OALSNDAR. '
FoR Boon, 3d, l hour, 7 mtanres. morning.
Last Quarter. 9th. 7 noora. 15 annutes.-evening.
New Moon, 17th. 9-hours, q miuutes, evening.
KlrBTCjoarter, :6th. 5 honrs. 24 minutes, evening.
E. ft fl.
ll. a. i
MA KIN K if ? tra.
CHARLESTON, S. C.JUNE 24, 1871.
Lat'82 deg 46 min33 see. | Lon 7 ?deg 57 mm 2?s*:.
Spanish brie Borigna^Mai istany, Porto Rico
16 aa VE- Ballast, Tu W P Hall.
British sehr True Blue, Kripp. Eleuthera, Bah-l
days. Pineapples. To Master.
?chr Ann S Deas, GarbatiL West Point Mill. 115
tierces ::lce. To W C Me? ? co, aaa Ja? R Pringle
Sehr Gen RELee, G rad I ck. Cooper. River. 220
bushels rough rice. To G H Ingraham ? Sou.
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, s c. 31
tierces rice, 138 bags rough rh e, 1 bale colton,
mdse and sundries. To bhaakelioru St Kelly. L
D Mowry A Son, Prirgio Sz Son,.Rev A T Porter,
H W Tilton, Goldsmith A -San, Mrs Holmes, Mrs J
! I) Ward, W H Chap?n, N Emanuel, C K Nielson, C
S Walker, W B Read, Fraser A cur. and others.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Sly. -Savannah, Beaufort,
Pacific and other Lnndlmrs. Mdse, Ac. To
Raven el, Holme-. Ss co, J F Taylor Si co, W Bird, J
Apple, il Winton, U Riane Sc co. P Walsh, Miss
E L M _:hews, Southern Express co, Jos Pelo sett,
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore-Paul O
Brig Josie A Devereux, Clark, Wilmington, Del
-M Goldsmith A yon.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore.
Brig Josie A Devere.iux,CUrk,Wilmington, De;.
Sehr ii B Franklin, Mowers, Jacksonville.
Steamship Empire, Hinckley, at Philadelphia^
CLEARED FOR THIS TORT.
Steamship South Caro Una, Beckett, at Kew
York, June 21. .
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
French .bark Derphfne Melaine, Berilio, from
Callao, Hay 24.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, June 23.-Arrived, the Kain, Upton
and Terry. Arrived out, the Virginia, Acadia and
The bark Sarah E Fraser, Rn Ight, from Ball
River, S C, tor Queenstown, was spjken June 2d,
lat, 50, long 69.
LIST OF VESSELS
VP, CLEARED! ANO SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Br ship Island Home. Mci.ellan, up.April 6
Br bark Vince, Robson, sailed....-April 2?
The Marlon. Leffert, up......May 19
The Romaine, Youug, up.......May 27
WEST HARTLEPOOL, ENC.
Br bark Kathleen, Lester, sailed.June 6
The Black Prince, Marshull, up..-...May S3
Fr-bark D.Melalne, Bertho. ?ailed..?..May 24
Br brig BellOOi, Junes, sailed.'....,.Jail 23
CAE Ul FF.
The RTE Carey,-, balled.May 8
The Martha, Lewis, sailed.May u
? - MALAGA.
Span brig Rosario, Glrardo, sailed.May 26
Brig L C Madeira, Mo.-lauder, np.Juno 9
Sehr C ara Sawyer, -Bi nnscomb, up.June 14
Sehr s A Reed, Keed. up .June 8
Sehr Florence Rogers, -sheppard, up _June 5
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, denied.June 15
Br bark Rhea Sylvia. C*?mt, cl? ared.Juno G
.Sehr A S Gaskill, Gaskill, up.Juue 16
Brig Georgie. Swan, up. .June 9
Sehr Wllue Manlo, Nujes, up.June 9
Sehr Bannah, Staoles. c.eared.May 23
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Digestive Lozenges of the Alkaline Lactates, 1
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NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
The Splend'Q New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
"SOUTH CAROLINA," Beckett, Commander, hav?
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her regular trips as heretofore?and will sail for New
York onTuiSDAT, 28th June, at 7 o'clock P. M.,
from Pier No. 2 Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool by
WILLIAMS A GUION STEAM LINE. To Genoa,
Trieste, Naples, Leghorn, Christiania. Gotten
biirg, and to Glasgow, by ANCHOR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS! To New England Cl?eB as usual.
Insurance by Steamers of this Line X per .cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, Having
very fine Stateroom accommodations, apply to
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or to WM. A- COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharf.
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THE VERY FAST AND SPLENDID
Side-Wheel Steamships of thia Line will sail from
Adorer's Wharf as follows : - ??
JAMES ADOER, SATORPAT, June 24th, af?
o'clock P. M.
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, July lat, at 5 o'clock
. p. M. :
j>&- Insurance J? per oent. by this Line.
?3- Through Bliisof Lading gives bn Cotton t
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the Sew Eng
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THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
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Will dispatch one of iheir first-class, fall po wei
Iron Screw Steamships from?
.-.PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
S- AB FOLLOWS: ' *?
NEVADA, Capt. GREEN.May 24, at 6 A ll
WYOMING, Capt. Wet.vNERAY.Hay SI, at 3 P il
NEBRASKA, Capt. GUARD.JUDO 3, at 3 P.M
MINNE SOTA, Capt. T. W. FREE
MANN.Jone 7, at 9.30 A li
IDAHO, Capt. PRICE.....June 14, at 3 P M
MANHATTAN, Capt. FORSYTH..June 17, at 8 P M
-?.'OLORADO.CaptT.F.FaaEMAN.Jone 21, at 3 PM
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS. .June 28, at 2PM
Cabin Passage $80, goldi
Steerage Passage (OfficeNo. 29 Broadway) $80,
currency. . .
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No, 68 Wau street, N. Y.
N. ?_Ta rough Billa Lading to Liverpool issued
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make close conneotHm wftb tbe-above line. -
For particulars and rate of IrelgAt-apply to
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*A . WAGJOl?JIUGEfr A CD.,
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- and 30th of every month (except when thew
dates fan on Sunday, then the Saturday pre ceo
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
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Departure of 15th touches at Kingston, Jamaica.
For Jaaaa. and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco orst of every month, except when lt fails on
s-on day; then on the day preceding.
No california steamers touch at Havana, bm
:;o direct from New York to Aspiuwall.
one hundred pounds baggage free to each adnlt
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Costar's Rat Poison
Isaacsen'sSnre Pop-Death to Mosquitoes.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
ly?j No, 131 Meeting sfee*.
The beautiful Yacht ELEANOR will make JLA
an Excursion to the Blaokflsh Banks, start-SB
lug from Soul hem Wharf every WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY, at 7 A. M., and returning In the after
noon. Lm?s and Bait furnished on board. Fare
The ELEANOR may be chartered at any time
for Private Excursion Parties. Apply to Captain
YOUNG, on board. Junio
OR GARDNER'S BLUFF
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON
? PEEDEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer GENERAL MANI
GA ULT, Captain George .H. Watts,._
will continue to receive Freight THIS JJAY: at
Boyce* Wharf, and leave as above TO-NIGHT,
For engagements, apply to
SHAOKELFOHD A KELLY, Agents.
Jun 24-1 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
JJO! FOB CAINHOYl .
E?C?RSION OF THE WATER LILLY.
The Steamer WATER LILLY will
make an Exeu sion as above To-. _
To DAY,.June 24,' leaving south Atlantic wnari
(In rear of the old Postornce) at 4 O'clock P. ir.,
and returning to the city at sundown.
Fare for. the trip 50 cents. Jun23-2
PER STEAMER WATER LILLY,
SUNDAY, 25TB'JUNE. "
Tho undersigned propose to un- r .?E^x
dertake another Excursion on Sow jaBjHK
DAY next, by the above named most suitable boat
for the purpose.
The WATER LILLY will leave South Atlantic
Wharf at half-past ?o'clock A. M., SUNDAY-MORN?
ING. 26th instant, to gc up Ashley Blver.
Refreshments furnlshtd aboard and at ihe place
Fare so cents; Children half price.
Jan23-2_ LOUIS MEYER.
0 ON LIGHT EXCURSION
GERMANIA B?NJQ ?
FOR BENEFIT OF NEW GERMAN OHUROH
Will take place MONDAY EVENING, - -
July 3d, 1871. Steamer ST.*HELENA?a?BB3k>
will leave Market Wharf ?t half-past 8 o'clock
precisely. A fine Brass Band will be In at ten
Tickets can be procured.from the undersigned.
F. W. MEYER. 0. H. OT PEN,
C.P.GARDNER, . F.HAEsLOOP,
0. C. SCUM ETZER, JR.
-^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA.,
SEMI-WEEKLY "TO BEAUFORT, S. C.
The Steamer . ' .,
I* I L Q T B . ? Y , .
Captain W. T. MCNBLTT,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf r'-aE?M*
every TS?S-DAT MOKM.NO, at s^???figL
o'clock, for Beanforr, Pacific and Chisulm'S Laud
lQgH. Returning win leave .Beaufort every WBD*
NESTA Y MUBNINO. at 8 O'ClOCk.
WUl leave for savannah. Beaufort, Hliton-Head
and spanish Wei a every .THURSDAY MORNING, at
8 O'clock. Returning wm leave-Savannah every
SATURDAY MOBWING, at 8 o'clock.. .
Freight received MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS
Must be prepaid to Way Landlpgs. ,
Goods consigue J to care of Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A 00., .
Jun23 No. 177 East Bay.
0 & F L Q Kl D A,
The steamer DICTATOR, Captain
L. M. Coxetter, will leave southern.
Wharf every Trxsr<?> EVENING, at^.8?~O'CIWK.
(untli farther notice,) -for Jacksonville, Fernan?
dina aud Palatka, arriving back ai cnarleeioii
every SATCROAA* AFTERNOON.
mayll RAVENEL & CO., Agents,
QHANGE. OF SCHEDULE. . ':
Until furtber notice, the Steamer _ J-JK^??]^
EMILIE, Captain C. ?. Wime, wW????BtS?l
leave Charleston, every WBDNESDAY NIGHT, it;
0 o'clock, and Georgetown every THURSDAY AP
I TERKOON, at 6 o'clock.
For engagements apply on board at Commer?
cial wharf, orto
SHACKELFORD A KELLY, Agents, '
Jang_'_No. l*Boy?e'a Wharf.
Ornas, ClicmuaJs. $?z.
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood
ROSADALIS, a sure cure for
ROSADALIS, endorsed by
ROSADALIS, a potent remedy
. for Rheumatism.
ROSADALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSADALIS. the best Altera?
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R'. WILSON. CARR, of-BaRlmore.
Dr. T. C. PUGH, -of Baltimore.
Dr. THOS. J. BOY KIN, or Baltimore.
Dr. A. DD RC AS, of Tatboro', N. C. .
Dr. J. S. SPAKKS, of Nlcliolasvile, Ky.
Dr. A. F. WHEELER, of L|ina. Ohio.
.Dr. W. HOLLOWAY, of Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. MCCARTHA, of South Carolina,
and many others. See ROSADALIS-ALMANAC
endorsed by Rev. DABNEY RALL, now of Mary?
land conference, formerly Chaplain m. the Con?
fed?rale Aimy of Northern Virginia,
IB Alterative, Tobie and Diuretic, and acts, at
one and the same lime upon the BLOOD, LIVER
KIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
pelling all impars matter and building up the
system to a Healthy, vigorous .condition.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DO WIE, MOISE & DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH. WJNEMAN <fc CO., J Agents in
Dr. H. RAER, ) Charleston,
rjHJ? GOLD ME^AL^SE WING MACHim
DOUBLE LOCK ELASTIC STITCH.
This ts the mostsimple and reliable Two Thread
Sewing Machine in the world. It sews direct
from iwo threads, and is $15 less than any other
first-class Sewing Machine.- Samples can be seen
at No. 155 MEETING STREET, opposite Charles- ,
ton Hotel, soje Agentfor the State. Sub-agents
tfanted through theSt?te. Address W. s. RIS?
SE LL, Charleston. Also agents for Home .Shuttle
Hand Machine. $25. apr?-tutasemos
WEED" ' FAMILY . FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
ure the best In use. - -
For baie on the Lease .Plan, with monthly pay
ments, on easy terms, or for cash.. All kmds c
Machine attachments, Neeelles, Cotton, (white
black and colored.) Silk, Oil, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples o
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
Genet c.' ^ealer in First Class Sewing MR
chinea ana Material, No. 307 King Btreet,
augl? Charleston. S: C. I
TO BE ?rv
References in South Carolina ;
General WADE HAMPTON, General JOHN S. PRESTON, Hon. B. P. PERRY, Hon. W. D. SIMPSON,
Governor M: L. EONHAM. ANDREW SIMONDS, Esq., General-JOHNSON HAGOOD. Bon, 0. A_
THENHOLM, Hon. ARMISTEAD BURT, Governor J. Li MANNING, Hon. JAMES CHESNUT, Bon. "J. B.
Beferences in New York Oily :
AUGUST BELMONT A CO.. Bankers; MORTON, BL'SS A GO., Bankers; Hon. CHARLES. ?'O?NOR,
Counsellor-at-Lnw; Hon. JOHN 3.WAKD, Counsellor-at-Law; Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, Oouosellor-at
Law; Colonel RIOHAKD LATHERS. T. A. HOYT, Esq., President Gold Boom; HUNT, THOMPSON A
CO.. Factors; ANDERSON, STARR A CO., Merchants; PETTCS A CO., Merchants; F. ZOGBAUM A
$500,000 TO BE AWARDED TO THE TICKET-HOLDERS OF THE
SERIES OF CONCERTS TO COMMENCE ON THE FIRST OF
OCTOBER, 1871, AT THE ACADEMY ?F*MUSIC,
CHARLESTON, S. C., ON WHICH DAY
THE bRAWINC COMMENCES.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA LAND AND IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION, UNDER THE AUSPICES
or tn? "South Carolina State Agricultural and Mechanical Society," wm give a series of concerts
at the Academy or Music, Charleston, S. C., commencing October 1st, 1871, Xor th? purpose
o? raislDg a lund to finable Emigrants to settle upon lands selected by toe Association for Hornee
of Northern and European Farmers and others, in the State of- South Carolina, and for their
transportation thither and support,for the first year.
150,000 SEASON TICKETS OF ADMISSION, AND NO MORE,
AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH.
ALL THE PREMIUMS. INCLUDING DEED AND CERTIFICATE OF fITLB TO ACADEMY
OF MU?IC, w-ill be deposited with the National Bonjc er the Republic, New Yore. .
^500,000 I1X GIFTS !
1st Gift-ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Charleston, S. C., cost to build $230,000, having an annual
rental of about $20,000, from Opera House, stores.and Halls; the building being
about- 230 feet by eo fest, and situated corner of King abd Market atreers, m the
cedtre- or the city, anti well known to be the finest building and moat .valuable "'
' property In Charleston, valued..at."..,..$350,000
2d Gift-Cash.'..:. 100,000
Sd Gift-Cash.:... 85,000
4th Gift- Cash.. ".....?.i.t.10,000
6thCUt-Cash..*..>.'..i.....'..... . 5,000
25 Gifis-Cash-each $loco.!..'.S.... 95,000
25 Gifts-.Cash-each' $500.... s.:. 12,SCO
'350 Gifts-Cash-each $100...... 35,ooo
250 Gif ta-Cash-each $50.'.. 12,500
600 Gifts-Cash-each $25.....".'..R...'.13,500
126? Guts-Cash^each $10.".:. 12,500
2104 Gifts, amounts to..'.'...$500,000
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GABY & ?0.,
Agents S. C. Land and Immigration Association,
aeral M. C. BUTLER, } '. -
RN CHADWICK, Esq., \ CHABLESTON, S. C. -
leralM. W. OAKY, \ ) .
AGENTS WA SITED-LIBERAL COMMISSIONS ALLOWED.
Commissioners an? Supervisors of Drawing:,
General A. R. WRIGHT, of Georgia. =
General BRADLEY T, JOHNSON, of Vlrglriia. ;'
Colonel B. H.' B?TLE.OGE, of So?th Carolina:
Hon. BOGEE A. PRYOR, ol New Xork.
A> FAIR AND COMMENDABLE SCHEME !
OH ARLESTON. 8. CL May--. UTI.
We take pleasure In ce'-tlfyme that we are acquainted with.General M. C. BUTLER. JOHN
CHADWICK, Esq., and General M. W. GARY, or the firm of BUTLER, CHADWICK GARY A CO., and
know them 10 be gem lerne? of integrity, and we regard ihe object they have of assisting Immigrants
to homes in Sonth Carolina orgreat importance to the State as .well aa to the immigrants, and we
have every cohfldence that tneir enterprise will be carried out with fairness and honesty to all par?
tie? concerned. .
GEO. A. TRENHOLM, ' I. W. HAYNE.
H. II. RUTLEDGE, A. G. MAGKATH. .
JAMES CONNER. TUOS. -Y. SIMONS;
. . JAMES R. PRINGLE. HENRY'BUIST,.
WILMOT 0. DESAUSSDRE.
Tickets can be prbenred -or E. s ERRING A CO.-, and J. L. MOSES, General Agents, Na 34 Broad
street. . . '. mayi3-3moa
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SC?OOL SUND,
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, '
Eave commenced the Distribution of Awards in Lands
and Tenements, Diamonds, Jewelry, Pianos, Organs, Harps,
Statues, Gold Watches, Silver and Plated Ware, &c., by
Baffle, 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 of the CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION, for the Benefit of the
Free school Fund, having complied with the terms ol their Charter, and paid over to J. K* JILLS ON.
state Superintendent cf Education of south Carolina, the sum or .One Thousand Dollars, being the
annual payment or the School Fund under the charter, (the receipt being htreto appended,) nave
inaugurated a system or Insurance certificates which ls surrounded oy every degree ul fairness, and
win bc Ramed for twice a day, at Twelve U. and Five P. M., In public, under the superlutendence of
Captain FENN PECK, a-sworn Commissioner.
The advantages of .this sjstem are, taut the purchasers can have the choice of their own num?
bers anywhere from No. Ito No. 78, and the privilege of limiting or increasing tfieir m vestments ai
pleasure. The Scbeduleof Rates adopted by thc Company will explain more ru iv .and accurately
and can be obtained at tbe'jUffice Of the Company or from unyrvenden1. Every Rame that i akes place ls
classed and numbered on the Company's Official Books, and taKes^place twice a day. as fol.ows:
Numbers printed on Cubes lrom No. 1 to No. 78, are placed (in public* by the Sworn Commis?
sioner in a class Raffle Cylinder and sfe wen sha..en. A boy blindfolded takes one of the.-e Cubes
which ls exhibited to thc spectators and declared io be and ls recorded aa the first Raffled number.
The Raille Cs Under will then be revolved, and (heboy again takes out another number, wnioh ls simi?
larly exhibited to the spectators and recorded as the second Rame number. This operation will be re
peuttd until Twelve*umbers are Raffled out of the Cylinder, and each number will be recorded on
tue Official Books of the Company lu me order in which, lt ls taken In the Raffle. These Twelve num?
bers so Raffled in each Hollie will decide all the AWARDS OF CERTIFICATES.
All the numbera In each Baffle are equal, no dis; lection being made as to the order In which the
numbers are taken In the Raffle, and the AWARDS ARE AT ONCE DELIVERED to the successful
EXPLANATION OF THE CERTIFICATE AWARDS.
Purchasers select their own numbers anywhere from 1 to 78, and .for example, say, pays for the
same one collar. The vender gives the p?rcnaaer a certificate with the number or numbers selected,
and enters the same numb r or numbers upon the company's Register (with the amount so paid) to
be returned to the Office of the Company by trie vender before t>he Raffle takes place. Purchasers
may * elect a One Number CertiUcate, or a Two Number Certificate, cr a Three Number Certificate, or
a Four Number Certificate.
A Single Number certificate means a single number selected by the buyer anywhere from l to 78,
and should that number be taken out. in the Twelve Numbers so taken from the Raffle Cylinder, the
purchaser will be entitled to an AWARD OF f OUR TIMES the value of'Shares lu the-BAFFLED
PROPERTY or cost of the original Certificate of Shares.
A Two Number Certificate means ir the Two uumbers as the Certificate come ont injlhe Twelve
numbers taken from the Raffled Cylinder, will entitle the successful holder lo au AWaRrrof Shares
in the RAFFLED PROPERLY of TWENTY times the value or cost of the original certificate of
A Three Number Certificate means If. the Three numbers on the Certif?cate come ont ta the
Twelve so taken from the Raffle Cylinder will entitle the holder to an AWARD or Snares In the
RAFFLED PROPERTY bf ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY TIMES the value or cost of the original
Certificate or Shares. If but Two of tije numbers are out In the Three on the Certificate, the pur?
chaser will receive an AWARD of TWICE the>?mount of the value or cost of the original
Certificate. . ?
A Four Number Certificate means if the Four numbers on the Certificate come out lp the Twelve
so taken from the . Raffle Cylinder the purchaser will bs euiitied to an AWARD of Shares in the
RAFFLED PROPERTY of THREE HUNDRED TIMES the value or cost -of i he original Certifica* of
Shares, if but-Tliree or the numbers on the CertiUcate are out In the Raffle the purchaser will receive
an AWARD or Shares in the RAFFLED PROPERTY or TEN times the value ur cost or the origma!
Certificate or Shares.
A person may invest In a Certificate of Shares in these RAFFLES an arc os nt smalLor large as he
pleases. The Company's Schedule List or Awards ls made out at the rate of ONK DOLLAR FOK
CERI 1FIBATES, but Certificates will hei-sued or the value or 25, 60 and 75 oents; also, $1,' $2, $3, $4,
$5 and to $io and upwards, and the Awar -s delivered pro rata to the schedule list of rates. The
abqve explanation will enable any one desiring te take a share In these haffiea to do so under,
standingly, and the Raffles being fairly and honestly conducted In pnblic by the Sworn Commission-'
er and exactly at the hours uomed, they airofd a safer means or investment than any other busi?
The first Property and Land Scheme or the Company will be issued in a s^tort time, and will be
Raffled every three months. *
Any lurthcr Information wLl be furnished by the General Agent of the Company, at their Office,
N?.-147 MEETING STREET, opposite the Charleston Hotel, where Certificates are for Sale.
J. ZP. HORB ACH,
General Agent of the Company, P. O-Box No. 249.
CHARLESTON, May 24th, 187?.
Received of the OHARLiSTON CHARIT ALLE ASSOCIATION, or the State or South Carolina, for
the Benefit or the Free School Fund, (successors of R. H. WILLOUGHBY S CO., one Thousand Dol?
lars, oeing the unc? in full to be paid into the bauds of the Si ate sapenn tenden of Education, -as re?
quired'by an Act of the General Assembly or the State or South Carolina, padded at the regular Sea
sion or iS70r7l, approved March Btu, 1871. J. KJII.LSoN,
may2&-imo State Superintendent Education, South Carolina.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILR^^ADT
1 3 ?i .< i; > CHARLESTON, Jone 28,1871?.
On and after MONDAY, Jone 28, the Summer-,
Tilie Accommodation Train -will leave toe city at
2.45 P. M., arriving at Sommerville at 4.10 P. M. -
Thia Train will leave Sommerville and arrive at
Charleston at the same hours aa heretofore.
? ATU TTLEE, Vlce-Prealdent.
S. B. PlOKENS, C T. A.* . Jun21-fl
O?TH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
. OHAK'LESTON, S. C.. Jane 5,1871.
On and after SUNDAY, Jane ll, the Passen?
ger trams on Mit- souiu -arjuna Railroad will
" JOB AUGUSTA. " ,
Lehve Chariesio?.-.Ct..UM*. ..-iJ? A, M.
Arrive ^ Augusta-. .s.,..-4.20 I". M+
Leave charleston.:. 8.20 A. M.
Arr.ve at Columbia.,. 3.40 P. li.
Leave Angosta.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at, Charleston..'.3.20 P. M.
Leave Oolt?mbia.:.v..i.........*T.40 A. MxJ
Arrrlve at Charleston. ii.? 8.20 Vi H>1
THR?UG0 WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Augu-ia.:.!.. 8.00A. M.
Arrive at Klngvlll. 9.08 iL M.
Leave Ringville.it.1.45 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.......;.- 7.46 P. M."
- AUG?STA KIGHT BX'.'KESS. ' ".'.' ".j:
j..?v< '.. '(Sundays excepted;! '
Leave Cnarieston....................... 8.30 P. H. ?
Arrive at Augusta.7.65 A M.
ve?ve Augusta.;. 0.00P. M.
Arrive st Charleston..'........... . 5.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPKESS. .
Leave Charleaton..,.TAO P. M.
Arrive at Cofumbla.;. . -fl.oo A. M.
Leave Columbia. &. >7.M P. If^
Arrlye at Charleston,.8.45 A. M.
y SUMMXRVTJLXR THAIN. .,
Leave Oharieston.2.16 P. M. '
Arrive at Summerville.....MOE. M. ?
Leave Summerville..?.,\i - 7. OO>T. M. -
Arrive at (marleston. 8.is A. M. .
Leave Camden..............8,00 A. M.
Arrive at columbia.;.-.';;;-./..........10.40 AM.
Leave columbia.. 1.25 P. M.
Ar rive At Camden... 0.00 P. M. ,
Say and Night Trains matte close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central'
flight Tram connecta with Macon and. Angosta
Columbia Night Tram connects with Oreen ville
and Columbia Railroad. -
Camden Train connects at Ringville daily (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day PasseLger Train, ind .
ru DH through to Columbia and returns on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. . - .&
> . . A. JL TYLER. Vioe-Presldent.
S. B. PICKENS, G. T. A, , . junl9 .
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
PANY. , . .
CHABLBSTON, s. C., February IL, 1871. .
Trams wm teavet Charleston Dairy at 6180 A. UL
and 6 P.M. *t. '.lt.
Arrive- at Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays -ax* >
ceptcd) and 3:S0 P. M. . .
Train does not- leave Charleston 6 P. M., SUN
U ATS. . ': . i
Tram leaving 640 A. M. mates through connec?
tion to New Torfc, via Richmond and Acquta
Creek only, going through in 40 hours.
Passengers * leaving by- o' P.'- 'ttV Traln have
oholoe of route, via Richmond and Washington;
or vi?. Portsmouth and Baitimoce. Those 1 saving..
i RIiu ? by this Trafu lay over on SUNDAY m Bal.
ti m-?re. Those leaving oh SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY la Wilmington, N. C.
TjusJJB the cheapest, quietest and most peasant
route" to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains mating con?
nections at Washington? with Western trams
of Baltimore and o hm Railroad.
... S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent. :
P. L.'CLKAPOR, General Ticket Agent. . ?.
ieblM2mos ..!. x\
jg UMMER SCHEDULES,,'
SPARTAN BURG AND' UNION RAILROAD
On and alter the 29th Instant, the PASSENGER,
TRAINS on the.SPARENBURG AND UNION
RAILROAD, will run-daily:
Going down, leaveSpartanhurg.fi; 5,30 A.M.
Going down, leave Unionvliie....7.50 A. M.
Arrive at Alston............. .11.00 A. M.
Rei urn lng, leave Alston... .12.00 M.
Returning, leave Unionvflle....V. 3.55 p. M.
Arrive at soartanburg.........6.26 P. M,
THOMAS B. JETER.
President S. and O. R. R.
Unlonvllie. S. C.. May 22, 1871._may28-lmo
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENG E R. TRAINS on this .Road ron daily aa
Leave Charleston..'...8.30A. M.
Arrive at Savannah..3.00 P. M.
, LeavcSavauuah.11.15 A.M.
Arrive at Charlestou.5.20 P. M.
. Connects at Savannah with the Atlwtlc A Go
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, anda
joints in Florida. '
With Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats io: points on the savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and-sont h
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all pom ts
North and West.. ?
Through Tickets over this une on sale at .Hot* ia?
in Charleston; Sere ven House, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket offleea North and South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and all points beyond. .
Through BOls of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Tarin", as low as by any other Une."
. C S. GADSDEN, ft
outs Engineer and Superintendenrr
lilortjinerB. OastintiB,, .&t.
STJK/E POP !
DEATH TO RATS,
BOXES DOUBLE TBE SIZE AS OTHERS,
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold at Wholesale by
DO WIE. MOISE ft DAVIS,.
And at retail by all Druggists. febl-6mo^