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BT KA LP Et WALDO EMERSON.
Ah Tato I Cannot a mr.u -
Be wise without a beard ?
From Bast to West, from Beersheba to Dan,
Say, was lt never heard
That wisdom might In youth be gotten,
Or wit ne ripe before 'twas rotten?
He pays too hleh a price
For knowledge and tor rame, P
Who gives his sinew* to be wise,
His teeth ard bone-* to buy a name,
And crawls through life a para ytlc 1
To earn the praise of bard and Jrttlc.
Is lt not better done,
To dine and sleep through forty years,
Be loved by few, be reared btnone,
Langii life away, have ttme ror tears,
And take the mortal leap undaunted,
Cont;nt that all we asked was granted ?
But rato will not permit
The s eds of gods to die,
Nor suffer sense to win from wit
Its guerdon m the sky,
Nor let ns hide, whate'er our pleasure.
The world's light underneath a measure.
Go then, sad youth, and shine !
Go, sacrifice to Fame !
Put love, Joy, health upon the shrine,
And life to fan the flame !
Thy hapless self for praises barter,
And die to Fame an honored martyr.
The Charleston Cotton. Klee snit MT^I
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, i
TUESDAT EVENING, July 2d, UTI. I
COTTON.-Tile inquiry was only in a limited
way, and tho rates exhibited a softening ten",
dency. Sales about 150 bales, say 1 at 15?, 1 at
16?, s at 17, loo at 18,23 at 20. We quote some
LIVE SPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Ordinary to good ordinary.15 ?17
Low middling.18 @
Strlot middling.20 @
Rice.-There were no transactions of note ia
NATAL.STORES.-Sales of naval stores today
have been 436 bois, as follows: 65 bbls pale and
extra pale at $6 550@5 75; 39 bbls extra No. 1 to
low pale at $5 50a5 75; 119 bbls No. 2 at $263;. 91
good low No. 1 at $3 75; 162 bbls low No. 2 to No.
3 at $2 4o@2 so. No sales or spirits turpentine.
Validais.-To Liverpool by steam, direct;
nominal on uplands ; via New Tork, ??rt
on upland?, . ld on sea Islands ; by sal,
on uplands ard sea Island", nominal. T<
Havre nominal. Coastwise-:o Now fori:
by s tc nra, s's on uplands and. Xe cn ?tn
islands ; $1 25 v tierce on rice; by sail, ?c * Bs i n
. ootton; -i- V tierce on rice: 40c * barrel on roeir,
? $708 V M on lumber; $9?10 fl M on timber. T
Boston, by sall, ?c H ? on upland cotton
To Providence, by. sall $S ft M on boards, ?:
H Bs cn cotton; by steam $1 y bale on Kew
YorK rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Kc ?? its
on uplands; by sall. $7 ? M oa boards; $9 on
Umber; $3 fi ton on clay, aad $3@3 eo onphos
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, sc * ia by
sad, jd sa?? * Mon boards; $33325 ? ton tn
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
cur merchants to take lumber freights ir cm
Georgetown, S. G., Dariep. and ball ia River, Gu.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, ?nd $l<
?n fi M are the rates on lumber and boards.
ExcaiNas!-sterling eo day bills 22s.
DOMESTIC EXCHAWB. - The Vanks are pur
chasing light checks on New York at Dar; 6 days
X off; 10 days X off; I5 days - off; 20 days - off:
JO days - off. They are selling sight checks at x
markets by. Telegraph.
LONDON, July 25.-Consols 93?. Bond3 92?.
Evening.-Consols 93?. Bonds 92?.
PARIS, July 25-Evening.-Rentes 55f roc.
NEW YORK, Jury 25.-Noon.-Governments dull
and steady. State bonds dull and heavy.
Money, easy at 3 per cent. Gold steady at 12?.
Exchange-long 10?. short 10?. ,
Evening.-Freights strong: Monev easy. Ster.
Ung 10?al0?. Gold 12?al2?. Gowram-nts
dull. States dull and heavy, except Tenuessees
and Virginias, which are steadv. Tennessees 72;
new 72, Virginias 85;'new 72?. Louisianas 65:
new 62; levees 72; eight? 84. Alabamas 98; Oves ss.
Georglas 84; Sevens 93?. NorthCarolinas 40;
new 27. South Carolinas 72; new 57?.
Nsw ORLEANS. July 25.-Bank Sterling 24.
Sight exchange X premium. Gold 12?.
LIVERPOOL, July 25--Noon.-Cotton opened
nat; uplands 9a9?d;jOrleans 9?a9?d.
Afternoon.-Cotton still flttt; sales 10,000 bales;
speculation and export 20 o.
Evening.-Cotton dull and unchanged; nplands
9a9?c; Orleans .??i u9?c. Thc Manchester ad?
vices are less iavombie. which CMISI B dullness.
NEW YORK. J uff 25-Noon.-Cotton continues
doll, and buyers and sellers keep apart; uplauds
20?c. Orleans 21?c; sales 888 bales.
Evening.-Cotton quiet; sales 1887; uplands
20?c; Orleans 21?c
BOSTON, July 25.-Cotton dull; middlings 2l?c;
gross receipts 435 bales;'sales 200; stock 6000.
BALTIMOUE, July 25.-Cotton dull but uut tower;
mnii lings 20Hc; net receipts 43 bates, gross 216;
sales 132; stock 1048.
NORFOLK: July 25.-Cotton steady; low mid
dlings I9?a20c; net receipts 63 bales; exports
- eoastwise 47; sales loo; stock 645.
WILMINGTON, Joly 25.-Cotton Arm; mldallncB
10?o; i et receipts 20 bales; exports coastwise 36;
stock 868. '
AUGUSTA, July 25.-Cotton In fair demand, the
best closing quiet at 18?c lor Liverpool middling ;
. sales 200 balts; receipts 239.
SAVANNAH, July 25.-Cotton quiet; middlings
19?ai9?c; net receipts 75 bales; sales 25; stock
MOBILE, Joly 25.-Cotton dull and nominal; mid*
dliogs I9?c; net receipts 33 bales; stock 8486.
NEW ORLEANS. July 2 -.-cot mu quiet and weak;
middlings nominally 20c; net receipts C43 bales;
. gross 8u6; exports to Great Biltalu 3041; sales
1560; stock 43,517
GALVESTON, July 25.-Cotton quiet; ordinary
16?c; net receipts 224 bales; s^les 400; stock
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. July 25-Noon.-Tallow 43s 6d.
Breausturfs firmer. Flour 24s. Corn 31s. Beef
Evening.-Turpentine closed easy at 48.
Nsw YORK, July 25-Noon.-Flour ?lull Wheat
- firm. Corn nun. Potk quiet at $14 SOa? 6.2.
Lard dull. Turpentine scarcely so firm, but
Evening.-Southern tour a shade firmer; com?
mon to fair extra $5 50 0 40; good to choice $6 45
a9. whiskey nrm at 96c. Wheat, t-prlng ia2c
better; new and < ld ?Inter red aad amber west*
ibm $1 SSal 48. Cora active and a shade firmer
at 68a69a Rico 8J8?C. Pork a shade lower,'
$14 ?0. Lard-dull; kettie io?c. Turpentine scarce?
ly so firm. Ro.-in steady.
BALTIKORV, July 26 -Flour qnlet and unchang?
ed. Wheat steady and unchanged. Com, white
75,179c, yedow 69a70c. Provisions unchanged.
WILMINGTON, July 25 -Spirits turpentine
steady at 5uc. Rosin ready at $2 40 for stralued;
$2 76 for No 2; $6 v5 for 1 aie. Crude turpentine
finn at $3 95 for yellow dip, and $5 fdr vltgin.
Tar steady at $3.
CINCINNATI July 25.-Flour quiet. C rn unset?
tled; ear ftSafttO. Pork nominal at $1'50. Lard
firm, winter io?c. Bacon, holders firm; shoul?
ders 6?c; side- 8??i8?c. Whiskey 02c.
Sr. LOUIS. July 25-Flour-?ow aud medium
grade* acaice but firm; others dull; fall sui er
litres!40. Corn drill and unchanged. Whiskey
93. Purk $l4 50al5. Bacon duli; shoulders 7c;
clear Pides 9o.
LOUISVILLE', July 25_Flour steady; extra
ramily $6. Corn-shelled 70c. Provisions steady.
Pork $15, Becou unchanged. Whl-kev scarce at
NEW ORLEANS, July 25.-Flour scarce; treMe
. $6 75a7. nor., firm; mixed 72 ^a"3c; yellow 74u75;
white 7SnS0. Oats quiet ?it G4n6C. Binn easier t
95ca$l. Pork dull and d"press?-<i ar 315 75. Bacon
quiet.omi timi at 7?a7?; rib o?aa?; sides 10.
Lard, sugar, molasses and whHK^v unchanged.
Coffee inactive aud nominal atl3??16?.
New York Hay Market. -
From the Dally Bu b tln, Monday, July. 24: Re?
ceipts to day 1950 ?aies. Tue m.tiket for s ilpplt g
gracies ls very nrm, with a small supply. Sales
are loo ba es Tor Norfolk, 50 for Fernandina, and
26 ror Petersburg, all at $1 io Retuil li firm at
$1 25ul 60 for old, Hnd $115al 30 for new. Straw
ls dull and irregular, varying from $115 to $140
for long rye.
New Vor It Rice .Market.
From the Dally Bulletin. Monday, Julv 24: In te?
nor and common domestic continue to be rre ly
offered, and atlowpiices, as (miders are deter?
mined to cet rid of it at once, but choke grades
are-scarce and firm. Sales of 100 tes Carolina ?it
6?at?c tor weevlly, aud a 'iluleoff;" aud 7?a
9c lor good to clio ce. Foreign in fair request and
steady. Sale* ot 350 bags at e?a7?e for Ran?
goon, and 7a7?c fur Pa na.
New York Naval Stores .Market.
From the Ddly Bulletin. Momiay. July 24- Re?
ceipts to-day 1032 b;ds Ro la. Spirits turpentine
has continued fl in, wim sales or ea oni-t, m smalt
lot?, wlthni.th^ raniffc or 5S.160 ro nu ro-aniab>e.
Rosins nf all kinds were Inactive ami unchanged.
We quote strained $3 12?a3 20. Tar is uuii but
firm at $3 50.i4 fir Washington and Wilmington. I
City ruten $2 7?d3.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBUS, July 22.-Our market lifeless; mid
diing 18w, sales 4 Dales; receipts 19; shipments 1.
MONTGOMERY, July 22.- Our conon market is
quiet; we quote low middlings 17}tfc.
WILMINGTON, July 24.-TdtPENTlXE.-Market
firm, with sales ot 286 bois at $4 TS for virgin,
and $3 75a3 85 Tor yellow dip, per 280 lbs.
ROSIN.-Sales of 710 bbls at $2 40 for strained ;
$2 < 0 for No 2; $4 foi low No 1; $6 fur pale, and
$6 5i)a7 Tor extra pale.
No transad lons reported In other articles.
licet ipi s by itallroad, July 35.
sorrn CAROLINA RAILSOATJ.
156 hales cotton, io bales ?roo 's, 33 pkgs bacon,
1S2 Obis naval stores, li cars wood and lamber.
To Railroad Anent. C Bart ,t co, Mowry Ss Son.
E S Mlles, Kanapaux & Gonzalez. C Uebenrood,
Johnston. Crew? A co, Smith .* Chapeau, Pelzcr,
Rodders A co, Reeder A Davis. Kinsman A How?
ell, W w Smith. Wm c Courtney * co, H coi>?a &
co. Bollmanu Bros. B Feldmann A co, Goldsmith
& Son, W A Courtenay.
21 baku cotton. 690 bbls naval stores.' cars lum?
ber, nails, mdse, .tc. To Barden & Parker, J c
Mallonee, J Marshall Jr, S I) stoney. E Bull, J E
Aiiger 4 cn. D C Ebauzh, M Goldsmith A Son. J
MansfMld. Howard & Bro, Smith A Chapeau, D O
-A co, C Lelbenrood, Goodnoh, Wlneman k co, F
Kllntworth. Kinsman A Howell, Shackelford A
Kelly. Caldwell A Son, W T Sanders, and Railroad
CHARLESTON, S. C.JULY 2C, 1871.
Lat 36 deg 46 min 33 sec. | Lon 79 deg 57 min 27 sec.
Commercial Line brig B Young. Joy. New York
-- days. Mdse. To tl F Baker A co, H Klatte A
co. H Bischoff A cc. Railroad AR ?-nt, T M O tter. P
L Gulllemln, G S ll acker, o L illenthal A co, P B
Lalane A co. Mc Loy A Rice, A McCobb, Jr, S lt
Marshall A co, Ostendortf A co, J A Quacttenbush,
J N Robson, U H Silcox, O t" W?e tors, Wagener A
Steamer Lizzie Baker, White, Savannah-left
- inst. To Master. Bound to New York aud put
in for a harbor.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah.
FROM THIS POUT.
Steamship Jas Adger, Lockwood, at New York,
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NETT YORK, July 2 >.-Arrived, steamship James
Adcer. Arrive:! out, A'gerla.
Even In?.-Arrived, the Colorado and Oriental.
Arrived our, the City of London and Turon.
SAVANNAH. July 25.-Arrived, steamships San
Salvador and Rulf Stream, New York: fahr W B
Mann, Phtlad> lphla. Cleared, steamship Virgo,
New York; schrs Geo B Somers, Frank Walter
and May Morn. Jacksonville.
The British bark Archltec*. Doddridge, which
sailed fr. rn Savannah for Charleston, has put
back to Tybee on account of head wind.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR TRIS PORT.
The Marlon, Leffert, cleared.June 13
Thc M E Seed, Edmondson, sailed.June 23
The Romaine, Young, ii?.Mar 27
Br bark Lady Dufferln. Flinn, up.May .IT
WB3T HARTLEPOOL, ENG.
Br bark Ka'hleen, Lester, sailed.June 6
The Gauntlet, Douses sailed.Jane 24
The Black Prince, Marshall, sailed.June 21
Fr bark D Melalne, Bertbo, sailed.May 21
The RT K Carev,-, sailed.May u
The Martha, Lewis, sailed.May e
British bark Iris, buffo! k, sailed. July 2
Sehr Lucy D-, Hall, up.July 17
Sehr Ida Richardson. Bedell, up.July 17
Sehr Eddie Waters, Space, up.July 21
Sehr S B Franklin, Mooers, up.July 22
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ble manner, upon the followlug plan:
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1871, the name of each yearly subscriber on the
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nesday morning throughout the year, after tho?
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tion. Address L. M. GRIST,
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53rno5. (Eiiemirais, Ut.
Jost received A full assortment of HOMOEOPA?
THIC MEDICINED Ti'ictures, Pellets aud Pow?
ders, of ul uv re iv potencies.
Sugar ol Milk anil Globules, at wholesale.
Family canes Oiled at reasonable raies, hy
Du. ll. BAER,
mavis _ No. 131 Meeting street.
EL MB OL D'S B UGH Ul
Helmbuld's Rose Wash
Hemoold's catawba Ornpc Pills.
For salo by . DR. H. BAER,
ruayl?_No. 131 Meeting street.
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS.
They i ~ purely vegetable, sara and sure. Th
nest in use, For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
. No. 131 Mee.uo/ street,
_ ?v i, P .. ..pn*
?gLECTRO MAGNETIC BATTERIES,
MEDICINE CHESTS, PHYSICIANS' SADDLE?
For EalC by DR. n. BAKU,
mario_No. 131 Meeting street.
HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL.
HASKELL'S CARBOLIC CANCER SALVE,
For sale bv DR. H. BAER,
may2f 131 Meeting street.
R NEW I0 11E.
OLD LLVESKWYORK AND CHARLES?
ESTABLISHED 1 S 4*5.
POPULAR PASSENGER LINE.
THE VERY FAST AND SPLENDID
Side-Wheel Steamships of this Linc will sall from
Auger's Wharf as follows :
?MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, July 29thrat 3 o'clock
JAMES ADO ER, SATURDAY, August 5th, at half
psst 9 o'clock A. M.
MANHATTAN, "SATURDAY, August 12th, at 3
o'clock P. M.
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, August 19tb, at 8
o'clock A. M.
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, August 28th, at 2
o'clock P. M.
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, September 2d, at 8
o'clock A M. -
These steamships Insure at the lowest rate and
are noted for their strength, speed and comfort. ?
sw Through Bills or Lau mc given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and tho New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest market
MW State-rooms may be secured n advance
without extra charge. . .
For Freight or Passage apply to
Juiy26_JAMES ADGER Sc CO.
J71 O R BALTIMORE. .
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY* AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
Pilli. A DE LIM HA, BOSTON,
AND TUE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The One Steamship FALCON, Haynie, Com?
mander, will sail ror Baltimore on FRIDAY, 28th
July, at 3 o'clock P. M.
9W P?UndelpWa Freights rorwarded to thai
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees areaUowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods frcm
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply'to
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
July26-wf2_No. 2 Union Wnarves.
OR "NEW YORK.
ON WEDNESDAY, 26TH JULY, AT HALF
PAST 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
SOUTH ? CAROLINA, 'Beckett, Commander, will
aall Tor New York on WEDNESDAY, 28ih July, at
hair past io o'clock A M., from Pier No. 2, Union
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool by
WILLIAMS * GUION STEAM LINE To Genoa,
Trieste, Naples, Leghorn, Christiania. Gotten
burg, and to Olaseow, by ANCHOR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS. To New Enzland Cities as usual.
. insurance by Steamers of this Line H per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very fine State-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER & CO., No. 26 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharf.
.pOR TJVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one of their first-class, fall power
Iron'Screw* Steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
NEVADA, Capt. GREEN.May 24, at 9 A M
WYOMING, Carr. WHIKNEEAY.May 31, at 8 P M
NEBRASKA, Capt. GUARD.June 3, at-3 p M
MINKk SOTA, Capt. T. W. FREE*
MANN.June 7, at 9.80 A M
IDAHO, Capt. PRICE.June 14, at a P M
MANHATTAN, Capt FORSYTH..June 17, at 3 P M
t:Of?ORADO,Capt.T.F.FaBEMAN.June 21, at 3 P M
WISCONSIN, Capt. WXLIAHS. . Juue 28, at 2 P M
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Oince No. 29 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street,-N. Y.
N. E.-Through Bille Lading to Liverpool issued
by the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER & CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER Sc CO.,
may6 Or WM. A. COURTENAY
NCHOR LINE STEAMERS
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATUR
DAY TO AND FROM NEW YORK
CALLIKQ AT LONDONDERRY TO LAND MAILS AND
The Steamers of thiB favorite Line
are built expressly for the Atlantic Pas_
songer Trade, and fitted np In every respect wini
all tue modern Improvements calculated to Insure
the safety, comfort and convenleuce of Passen?
PASSAGE RATES, PAYABLE IN.CURRENCY,
To Glasgow, Liverpool and Londonderry-First
Cabin, $65 and $75. according to location; Cabin
Return Tickers. $130, securing best accommoda?
tions; Intermediate, $33; Seerage, $28.
Parties sending for their friends in the Old
Country can purchase tickets at reduced rs'-^s.
For further particulars, apply to HENDELiON
BROTHERS, No. 7 -Bowling ?.reen, N. Y., or to
No. 3 Accommodation Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
nw Responsible Agents wanted in town and
^EEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA.,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. C.
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf
every MONDAY MORNING at 8!_ _
o'clock, for Savannah, Beaufort, Hilton Head uud
spaulsh wei s. Returning will leavo Savannah
every WEDNESDAY MOKNIKO.
Will leave for Benuron, Pa?lflc and Chisolra's
Landing-1 very THURSDAY MORNING, a'8 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beauiort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care or Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
KAVENEL, HOLMES Sc CO.,
Jun30 No. 177 East Bay.
371 O K FLORIDA,
Thc Steamer CI IY POINT, Captain
G. E. McMillan, will leave southern!_
winirr ovwyTntMu* EVENING, at csu o-ciui.%
[until further notice,) ror Jacksonville, Fernan?
dina and Palatka, arriving back, at charleston
uvery KATOHDAX AFTERNOON.
mayll RAVENEL Sc CO., Agents,
The fceautlful Yacht. ELEANOR will make
nu Excursion ro the Blackfish Banks, start.;_
iDg fro m som hero Wuarr every WEDNESDAY and
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
ror Private Excursion Parties. Apply to Captain
1'OUNG, on board. junio
jpAC?FIC MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMPY'S
THROUGH LINB TO "
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pler^aMH
No. 42. North River, foot of canalJSffifiS
a'.Tcot. Now York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the I6tn
aid 39th of every month (except when these
dates fail on Sunday, then the Saturday preced
All departures connect at Panama witn steam?
ers for south Pacl?c and Central American ports.
Departure of isth touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco a rat of every month, except -when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but
go direct from New York to Aspinwall.
One huudrcd pounds baggage free to each adul',
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets cr oilier Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TIOKET OFFICE, on tl e
wharf foot or Canal street, North River, New
York. F. B. RABY, Agent.
. j m 26-1 yr _\
JflOR . GEORGETOWN, S. 0.
The Steamer EMILIE. Captain 0.
C. White, will receive Freight THIS
DAT, at Commercial Wharf, and leave as above
at 9 o'clock TONIGHT. Freight will be received
for Wey month, and Keithfleld Mills.
AU Freight most be prepaid.
No Freight will be received arter sunset.
SBACKELFORD ? KELLY, Agents.
.pOR LAKE SUPERIOR.
ATLANTIC, DULUTH AND PACIFIC LINE.
One ol the Splendid Steamers METEOR, INDIA,
PACIFIC. COBURN. ATLANTIC,'JAPAN, KEWEE
NA W, ARCTIC, CHINA and ST. PAUL, will leave
B?rlalo dally (except Fridays and saturdays,) at
3 P. M., Erle the next morning, Cleveland the
same night, and Detroit at 10 P. M.. dally, (ex?
cept Sundays snd Mondays. I for DULUTH and in?
termediate LA EE. SUPERIOR PORTS.
Connections are made at Duluth with the Lake
Superior and Mississippi Railroad, to St. Paul,
and all points in Minnesota, Northern Wisconsin
and Iowa. Also, with the Northern Pacific Rail?
road for the Red River Country.
Excursion Tickets, AT GREATLV REDUCED RATES,
wdl be Issued by all principal Railroads tost.
I'anl by this route, returning" via all rail. Or by
Rall Routes to St. Paul and Duluth, returning via
During the months .of June, July and August,
EXCURSION TRIPS will be made via the North
Shore of Lake Superior, visiting the Sliver Mines,
Fort William, Grand Portage, Ac.
For further information, apply to
B. F; PATRICK,
General Passenger Agent, Buffalo, N.T.
E. T. EVANS. Manager A. D. and P. Line.
S. D. CALDWELL, General Manager U. S. Co.
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gle in scarlet raver, diphtheria and common sore
throat, and bas been found invaluable in inflam?
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CHLORALUM can be relied on by Farmers In
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A fuU assortment of MEDICINES, PERFUME-"
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BISCUITS, AO., Ac.
DOE AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT Of
I0B TO . -.
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S - - -? '.' . ir, j ..-??f-!:?;^.:: r?
ITS Provisions, Spices, &?'
SlSAIiKD FRUITS, * .
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I the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED
Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.
ND FOR A (JAS. S. MASTIN. ,
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. Railroads. ; /
QKERAW AND SALlSHURYRAIlVRe?S
,."?<- ENGIN EB a's OFFICE,
CHEBAW AND SAUSBORY K. R. COMPjjTY.-' J
CHEBAW. S, 0.; July 21.1871. )
Bids will be received at the above office, until
the 2lst August, 1871, for the following work and
ist. For Twenty-eight Thousand (28.0001 Cross
Ties, to be delivered alon ? the line of . the first
eleven miles of road from Ob?raw. . ... ,
2d. For building fifteen hundred '(1600) lineal
feet of Pile, ana Framed Trestles; ?nd Water
Ways, and for lurnlshing materl.l for same. ^
3d For grading the 18'h, 19th and 20th section^
already located, and the remainder 'or line to
Wadesboro', say three (3) miles; when located.
Plana and specificattous can be seen by calling
upon the undersigned. B. BURGH SMITH,
jniyt!0-wB7_ . Resident Engineer.
QOUTH CAROLIN A ti AIL ROAD.
OBAJXESTON, s. c.. June 8, lin. .
On and after i sc ND AT, June ll, the-Passen?
ger Trams on nue Soutn Cardona Railroad will
rar, as follows:
beave C??arleston........................ 8.20A.M.
?;rrive yt Augusta............4.25 P. M.
/ ' 703 CO LUKE IA.
Leave Charleston.....................j. 8.20 A. M.
arrive at Columbia. 3.40 P. M.
FOB CHAELB8T0N. - -
Leave Augusta.......... 7.40 A. M.
j Arrive at Charleston......:. 8.20 P. BC
I Leave Columbia.....-..;. 7.40 A.ic 1
Arm ve at Charleston. &20 P. M.
TH30?OH WILMINGTON' TRAIN.
Leave Angu la..,.8.00 A.M.
Arrivent Bangvill-.9.06 A. M.
Leave Kmgvfiie........w....- J.? P.M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.46 P. M.
A DO ?BT. I NIGHT BXP5E88.
(Sundays excepted.) eta
Leave Charleston, u., ; -'..8.80 PT?.
-Arrive at Augusta....7.05 A JL
neave Augusta.. .............. 6.0B P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.40 A.M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXTEBEE.
(Sundays excepted.) &
.cave Charleston.7.10 P. M.
vrr ive at Columbia....... .............. ?.00 A ML
.eave Columbia............7.60 P.M.
UXlveat Charleston.:............ 6.46 A. M.
StJHMBBVTXLB TEATN. ' ' '
arrive at Summerville.?.4.10 P. M.
..eave Summerville..7.00 A. M. .
Arrive at Charleston....'.;.:..'.....8.15 A M.
? CAKDBN BRANCH.
.eave Camden..............e. 00 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia......10.40 A M. '
Leave Columbia.L25 P.M.
Arrive at Camden'.....e.oo p. M.
Day and Night Trains' make close, connectkms
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and CentraW
Night Train oonnects*with Macon and Augusta
Railroad. . % :.
Columbia Night Tram connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects -at Ringville daily-(ex?
cept Suutlaya) with Day Paawi uer Tram, and
rans through to Columbia and returns on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
S. B. PI0KEN8, G. T. A. _ Jania
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RALL*
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run daily aa
Leave Charleston....8.30 AM.
Arrive at Savannah.............3,00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.15 A M.
Arrive at Charleston..6.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic A GB
Railroad - for J ac Kaon ville, St. Augustine, and a
points in Florida.
With Central : Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile ?few Orleans and the West.- ?
With steamboats for points on the SavadBah
At Charleston wltluhe Northeastern and sonth
Carolina Ballreads, and Steamships for all points
North and West. . . 2
Through Tickets over this lirfe on sale at Hotels
in Charleston; Screven House, Savannah; aad all
principal Ticket offiees North and South.
- Freights forwarded daily to and from Savon*
nah and ah pointe beyond.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Tariff as iow as by any other line. ' _
0. S. GADSDEN,
oct5 - Engineer and Superintendent.
NORTHEASTERN. RAILROAD COM
11 ? PANT. . .
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains win leave Charleston Dally at 6:30 A M.
and 6 P. M.
Arrive at -Charleston 7 -.30 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3:30 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 0 P. M., Sex*
NATA -r; .
Tram leaving 6:30 A' M. makes through connec
tlon to Nsw York; via Richmond and Acqula
crees only, going through th 40 hoare..
Passengers leaving by 6 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
ur via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
KBIDAV by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY m Wilmington, N. 0.
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati. Chicago and other pointa^
West and Northwest, both Trams making canty
nectlons at Washington with Western trama
of Baltimore and tl Mo Railroad. :
S. 8. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLXAPOB. General Ticket Agent.
DEATH TO RATS
BEDBUGS, Soo?' .
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS. ,
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold at Wholesale by
DOWIE. MOISE & DAVIS,
And at retail by all Druggists. ' febt-smo
?* HARLES LIEBE NKOOD,
STEAM TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
jfW Highest Prices paid m Cash for Crude
as- Virgin $4 25, Yellow Dip |3 80..