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WSTTTKN AFT KB VI3ITTN0 THE REMAINS 07 THE
BELO VXD PASTOS OF. ST.' LUES'S CHURCH.
The ralthtai Soldier ot the Cross ls sleeping;
The stricken ones who moora his loss are weep
The harps or Paradise with joy ??JiiginH,
While the freed soul its upward flight is wing?
Its record pure unto the dear Lord bringing.
Peaceful his rest. In Jesus be is sleepinz.
Then,"" tWi?h: we dearly loved him, why this
We, mourn our dead, our Pastor, mend and
On earth, bice him, we ne'er shall find another. *
How can we check our tears, oar anguish
Yet would we not awake him from this sleeping
Although we may not hu-h oar bitter weeping;
Por his or vt spirit jo; ruby ls soaring
In realms of light, tts song or praise outpouriag
Berore th ) Saviour of bis love adoring.
Fortis, the loneliness, the grief,' the pain;
For him, the joy. ?he bliss tbe eternal gam.
For us, the silent voice, thc vacant place;
For him, the glory or toe Father'* face.
FOr us. to Jonrney on, our sun gone down;
For him, the weil won rest, the robe, the crown.
Words aro too weak our heart's deep woe to tell,
Pastor beloved, mend, brother, fore thee well.
Tuesday Night, July 25._ C. A. B.
NEW TORK-rPer < steamship South Carolina-61
bags sea Island and 432. bales upland cotton, 80
tierces rice, 1371 bbls naval stores. SI bales do
mestiogouds, no casks clay, 305 watermelons, 45
bundles paper, if 9 pk gs sundries.Per steam?
ship Catnartne Wnltjng-281 bois spirits turpen?
tine, 183 bois rosin, 88 casks cia/.
The Cliarlcstou Cotton. Klee amt Naval
s wren (jnaniiSSTON NBW3, \
WEONBSDAV EVEKING. July 26, tail, t
COTTON.-The inquiry for thia staple was only
In a limited way, the market being dull, but
without change. Sales only 28 bales, all to one
buyer, say 2* ?r. 19, and 8 at 20c V lb. We quote
somewhat nominally : ' '
. LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Ordinary to good ordinary..15 ?17
Low middling..?....:.18 @
strict middling..20 ?
RICE.-The higher qcalltles maintain a steady
character, but the low grades are dull and easy.
Sales 93 tierces or olean Carolina, say 12 tierces at
7>?, 8 at 7K, 73 on private terms. We quote com?
mon to fair at 6X@7X? good.8a8X.
NAVAL STORES'-The salea to-day have been 282
bbls rosin and 120 eas ks spirits, as follows : C3
bbls pale rosin at $6 50, 94 bbls No. 2 at $2 65?
$2 75, 83 bbls No 3 at $2.40, ia bbls black at $2 25,
28 bbls extra No. 2 and low NA l at ?3?$3 50* 25
casks spirits, In extra packages, at 49c, and 95'
casks, in kerosene packages, at 48c.
FaaioHrs.-To" Liverpool. Dy steam, direct,
dominai on uplands ; via New York, XP
on upland?, ld on eea Islands ; by saly
on uplands acd sea Island?, nominal.- T< j
Hivre nominal. Coastwise-to New fork
by steam, xe on uplands and xe cn :;a
Islands; $L2S ft tierce on rice; by sallee fl BJ c n
cutj on;-r ft tierce on rice: 40c ft barrel on rosin,
$7?8 ?lion lamber; $9@lo ft M on. timber. 7
Boston, by sail,. Kc I? ? cn upland cotton
To Providence, by sau ts ft M'en boards, s
ft rb cn cotton; by steam $1 ft bale on Kew
York rates. To Phiiati&phia, by steam, xe 1? lb
on uplands; by aaii. J7 f M on boards; $9 on
timber; $s ft ton on clay, asd $3?3 co onphos
ph a tes. To Baltimore, by steam, xe ft to by
sail,$0 5097 fi.M.cn boards; $3?325 fi ton m
phosphate rcok. vessels are in demand b}
y oat merchants to take lumber freights frcm
Giorgetown, S. (J., barten and Satllla River, On.,
asd Jacksonville, Fia., tc Northern perts, and $1?
012 ft M are the rates on lamber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 22X
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The -anss are pur?
chasing light checks on New York at nar; 6 days
X off; 10 days X off; 15 days - off; 20 days -off;
80 days -off. JThey are selling sight checks at H
GOLD-11^2. _ .
.Harket? by Telegraph.
LONDON, July 26.-Noon.-Consol 93X. Bonds
Evening.-Consols 95X- Bonds 92X
PARIS, July 26.-Nomr.-Rentes 55147c.
Evenlne.-Rentes 65f 45c.
FRANKFORT, July. 28. - Bunds 98J?-.
NEW YORE, July 26-Noon.-Freights quiet.
Stocks steady and quiet. Governments brm and
dulb State bonds/ duh. Money easy at 3. Gold
firm at I2X- Exchange-I >ngliiX; shoit io?,.
Evening.-Money very easy, sterling weak.
loalOX- Governments very dall. State stocks
steady. Freights very strong.
NSW OBL.BAXC, July 26;-Sterling 24. Gold
LIVERPOOL, July 46-Noon.-Cotton quiet; up- ?
lands DJ 9 K i : ; Oil- ans 9 X v-S'A d.
Alterno n-Cotton dull and unchanged; Bales'
12,000 bales; speculation and export 3000.
. Evening -Cotton closed a shade.Armer; up?
lands saovd. Orle ans 9>i..9?;d; salts I2,0?u; specu?
lation at.doxport SCO u.<le:,.
? Nsw Yuftx.July 26-Noba.-Cotton quiet; up?
lands 20^c; 0. leans,21'Xc; sales 800 bales. ,
Evenin*.'.-Cotton steady; sales 1300 bales; up?
lands ?ixe . .
EOSTOM, July 26.-Cotton doll and nominal;
- mlddllucs, 2ic; sa'es 3 0 bales; stock 6000.
.BALTIMORE, Joly 20.-cotton Urmer; middlings
20>ic; net receipts 58 bales; gross 92; expon s
coastwise 35;hales 93; stock 1065.
NORFOLK July 26.-r-Cottou steady; low mid?
dling Wc: net receipts 17o; exports coastwise 150;
stock 690 bH les.
WILMINGTON. July 28.-Cotton brm; middlings
19Xc: net receipts 80 bales; sales 33; stock 893.
SAVANNAH July 26 -Cotton luacnve; middlings
19jtfC; net receipts 60; exports coast ?ise 183; stock
5018 bal- s;
AUGUSTA. July 26.-Very little doing in cotton;
sales 40 buLs: receipts HO; Liverpool m;ddlttgs
18X0 Closing ii rm. .
MOBILE, July 28.-?-Cottoa dall and nominal;
middlings i9,S?e; net receipts 103 bales; sales 50;
NEW ORLEANS. Juty 26.-Cotton dull; middlings
20c; n-'t r ccipis 46ibulC:; gross 464; sales 500;
- GALVESTON. July 26.-Cotton Qrm; good ordi?
nary 16X*l7c; uet- recelpw 294 bales; exports
coastwise 27; s .les 500; stock 12.851.
PROVISIONS ASD PRODUCE MARKETS.
LONDON, July 26.-Common ro.-la 8s; turpentine
LitBRPOOL, July 26-Noon.-Pork 52s. Beer 8Ss.
Lard 49s 8d. '.
Nsw TOBE, July 2i3-Noon.-Flour steady.
Wheat steady, corn Arm. Pork h-^avy at $ 4 50.
Lard dud. Turpentine nuiet and weak at STXc-.
Rosin qnlet at $3J3 15 ru;: strained.
Evening.-Ftour quiet amt steady. Whiskey
96c Waeasflrra; bi>:h treights"cneck business;
new white >outheru Si itt. Corn a hhade better,
good exports, home demand 68a69c. Rice quiet.
Pori? $14 25. Lard lower, lO??u. Turpentine
weak,-57Jip. Rosin quiet. .
BALTIMORE. July.28-Flour, Improved demand
for new; prie -unchanged. Wheat scarce and
firmer. C ru. while 76<8i>c: yellow 70u72c. Pork
515 50. Bacon atcady: shoulders 7Kc. Lard Ha
llXc Whl-key 7aka76c.
. WILMLNCTON; July 2ft- Rosin quiet at $3 25 for
pale.- Crui.e tureen'lue steady at $395 Tor yellow
dip; $5 for virgin. Tar st-ady at 33.
CINCINNATI. July 26.-Flour auvanced; new
family $5 8:a6: no old lu ma- k- t Corn drooping
at esaTCic. Pork, choleo country $ 4. Lurd ad?
vanced; acKeci loxc. Bacon drooping; sides 6<?n
8Xc. Whiskey !"3c.
LOUISVILLE. Julv 26.-Flour steady; extra raml
?y $6 Corn In. fair demand. Provl-ions st ?my,
but very lin le dum c. W iskey 9 c.
Sr. Louis. Juli 26-Superuue fluur $4 50.14 76.,
Corn, only white wanta); mixed, hacks. 62>in54;
white, sacks, ; 7J6 c Whiskey 93c. Purk S14 5ua
14 75. Siiouideis Tc: c ear flues 9a9>^c, ou orders.
Lard, pilme ke 1-, 9Xc
NEW c-r.tEANh. July 26.-Flour scarce; double
$6 5o; tr. bie$6Jin$7 com firm: mixed 72a"3c;
yelluw74: wtu,e78u80. OiOs in fair demand at
64ati6c. Hay steady at $30at32. bran qut.-tat
97^a$l. Pork d?pr 8<td; $15 75 s.sfced. $li 50
offere I. Bacon seneca amt firm at ?xc; rib 9Kc;
si les 10c. t ara lirai; nen e loxalie; Eegli>ia
llXc. Sugar good demand, cuiumon at 9Xo;
Choice 12 ,c. rt Inskcy, ato? k light 95a$l 05. col
fee q .let at 1 tJlOo.
WlLMlNo iov, Joly.'.?.-SPIRITS IUBPENTINE.
Sale^ or ji!0 ca?iks at ?0 cents ptr 'galluu for South?
ROSIN.-.-alex of 13o3bb':<? a: $2 40 for strained,
$2 60 2 60 Tor Nu 2, *2 7i t>T extra No 2, $5 25a6 25
CBUDS TURPI? vn s E.-Sales or 478 bbls at $3 95
for yellow (Up anti $5 lor vii jfin. Market ls active
and atl grades hr.ve advanced.
TAB.-sales or on y 60 i bis ut $3 per bbl.
HAVANA, July 22.-Sn-ra -B siaess small but
prices Urtu. Market cl ?eil qmet but -teadv
bales ot rhrt we-k 12.000 oo.xe-i. ExptiRMl dunni
the week from Havana and Sluanz t oi.ouo buxia
and 1400 lunts, of which 15,000 liox-s nd all the
hogsheads were Tor the Uulted States; stocK re
main lng m .warehouses at Havana and Matanzas
Si4 OOO boxes and 6500 h h da. Freights closed ad?
vancing; vessels in demand tor the United States.
Exchange on London 28J?a24tf premium; on
United stateB. sixty days, cuiTency,-3$i discount;
du., gold, 11X premium.
Receipts by Railroad, July 36.
7 ?j SOUTH CABOLIKA HAILBQAD. J?j?
126 bajes cotton. 69 bales goods, 5 cars wood
and lumber. To Railroad Agent, Pelz er, ? Rod?
een A co, LD DeSaussure. Sloan A Selgnlous,
G w Williams 4 co, G H Walter A co, Froat A Ad
A S Smith, A B Mulligan, W M Lawton A Son. C
Bart A co, G S Hacker. THAW Dewees, Kana
paux A Gonzalez, Goldsmith A Son, W B Smith A
co, Tiedeman, Calder A co, Johnston, Crews A co,
M Trlest. '
Per steamship Sooth Carolina, ror New Tort
Mr and Mrs B G Plnckney, norse and children, P
Bu?ard, MISB Plnckney. Mr and Mrs F Wehmann
and four children, Mrs W P Martin, Miss Martin,
MrsC Grice. G A Richards, MU? M Lynch, Col
Blake. L U Carpenter, Mr and Mrs K Winslow. 0
Holmes, Mrs J Stelber, A WUIiams. Miss S Smith,
W waddy, O Looker, S Pardee. H Pardee. Mrs A
J Williams. C Emery, Master Emery, B R Miller,
Mi-s H E Whitehead, Miss E Lealand, P Pierce,
Mr and Mrs J D Pope, Miss Pope, Mrs Poole. Mr
and Mrs Meyer and five condren, G Smith, D Mc?
iver J L Robertson, Mrs and Miss Brown.
Per steamer Water Lilly, from Edisto, Enter
I prise and Way Landines-Hon J Townsend. Dr
H S Lee and lady, Miss Tamer, Miss Lockwood,
Rev J B Seabrook, wife and servant, E M Wilson,
and 8 deck. -
Per steamer-Pilot Boy, from Savannah, Bean
fort, Pacific and other "Landings-F campbell. S
J Coates. Capt White. Capt Sly. Capt Buckley. S N
Burroughs, Capt Habentcht, W J Whipper, Robt
Small, and 8 deck.
PORT CALENDAR. '? . .
Pull Moou, 2d, 8 hour, 16 minutes, morning.
Lass Quarter, Ott. 7 hours, 49 minutes, morning.
M?W Moon, 17th. 0 hours, 7 minutes, evening.
f>'irsr. <iuatter, 26th. 0 hours. 31 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 31st, 3 hours, 67 minutes, evening.
R. A ?.
CHARLESTON, S. C.JULY 27, 187L
Lat 32 deg 4C rain 33 Bec. I Lon7?deg57 min27 sec.
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbattl, West Point Mill. 65
tierces rice. To Cohen, Hanckel A co, Pi ingle A
Son; shackclford A Kelly. * -
Steamer Water Lilly, Togllo, Edisto, Enterprise
and Way Landings. Mdse and sundries. To D
Nisbet, W C Bee & co, J E Adge'r A co, O Bailev,
W Whaley, W P Dowling A co, Kinsman Bros, Hy
Seabr ok, B Paul A co. .
steamer Pilot Boy. McNelty, Savannah, Beac,
fort, Pacific 'and other Landings. 25 tea rice,
mdse, Ac. To Raveuel, Holmet A co, W 0 Bee
A co. Hart A co, W 0 Courtney A co, D H Sllcox.
Howie, Moise A Davis, M McQorty, Wm M Bird A
co, W J Whipper. Lzzle Barnes.
CLEARED YESTERDAT. . .'
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett. New York
Wagner, Huger A en, W A Courtenay.
Steamship Catharine Whiting, Howes, New
York-Coben, Hanckel A co.
Steamship Huntsville, Crowell,' New York
Cohen, Banckei A co.
Steamship South Carolina. Becket, New York.
Steamship Catharine waiting, Howes, New
Steamship Huntsville, Orowell, New York, in
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, from New York,
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORE. July 26.-Arrived, the steamship
Magnolia. Arrived out, the Samaria.
SAVANNAH, Joly ?A.-Arrived, barks Carnea,
Cardin"; Virtuosa. Havana; seht a Frank Lucas,
Yu atan; cornelia, Philadelphia. Cleated, achra
L S Edwards*, Wilmington, Del; Etawan, Charles?
The ship Damlo, Allen,from Bull River, SC,
arrived at Loudon July io.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED ANO SAILED VOR THIS PORT.
The Marion, Leffert, cleared..June 13
The M E seed, Edmondson, sailed..Jane 23
The Romaine, Young, up.May 27
Br bark Lady Duffertn, Flinn, np.May 17
WEST HARTLEPOOL, SNO.
Br bark.Kathleen, Lester, sailed....June. 6
The Gauntlet, Douse, sailed.Jane 24
The Black Prmce, Marshall, sailed.June 21
Fr bark D Mel aine, Bertho, sailed.May 24
The RT K Carey?-. sailed.May B
The Martha, Lewis, sailed.May 6
British bark Iris, suffolk, sailed.July 2
Sehr ^ucy D-, Hall, up.*..Joly 17
Sehr Ida Richardson. Bedell, up.Joly 17
Seor Eddie Waters, Space, up.July 21
Sehr S B Fr?nltHn.-Mooers, up.'.Jnly 22
]y?ONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESSt!
The DIAMOND CLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which are now oflered
to the public, are pronounced byall thc celebrated
Opticians of the world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial belp to the human eye ever known.
They are ground under their own supervision.
from minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name. "Diamond," on acoount
ur their harduess and brilliancy.
Tiie sclent ide principle on which they are con
struct ed brings the core or centre of the lena di
: ec: ly in front of. the eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as in the natural, "healthy sight,
and preventing.all unpleasant sensations, such as
summering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac,
peculiar to all others in use.
They are mounted in the finest manner, tn
frames of tho best quality, uf all materials used
Tor that purpose. Tneir finish and durability can
uot bu surpassed.
CAUTION-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
Dealer in Watches, Jewelry,
Sterling Silverware and Optical Goods,
No. 307 King street.
. oct31-sru'Mvr _Charleston. S. C..
' WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITO!
are the bast in use.
For aale on the Lease Plan, wita monthly pa*
..;enta. on easy terms, or for cash. All kinds I
Machine attachments, Needles, Cotton, (walu
nlack and colored.) Silk, Oil, Soap, Aa,- Ac.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples o
.vork sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
Genere! dealer In First Class Sewing MP
chines ana Material, fjo. 307 King street,
anel/ Charleston. Si c.
rjYHE GOLD MEDAL SEWING MACHINE.
DOUBLE LOCK ELASTIC STITCH.
This is the most si m pie and reliable Two Thread
sewing Machine in the world. It sews direct
ri om two i breads, and is $15 less than any other
Orst-clus? sewing Machine. Samples can be seen
at No. 155 MEETING STREET, opposite Charles?
ton Hotel, sole Agent for the State. Sub-agents
warned thrungli tue State. Address W. s. Bis
SELL, Charleston. Also agents for Home Shuttle
Hand Machine, $25. aprl-tuthssmos
^M?SAGEBSJOF ElaECTIONS. -OF?
FICE COMMISSIONERS ?' OF ELECTION S'^
CHARLESTON, S. C., 20TH JULY, 18T1-Notice Is
hereby giren that the following named persons
have been duly appointed Managers at the polling
places herein designated, tor the registration of
Votera, and for the parp?se of*conducting the
Municipal Election to be held in the City of
Charleston on the first WEDNESDAY In August,
1871, being the second day of said month. The
Registration of Voters will begin on SATUBDAY,
the 29th day of July, and be continued for three
(3) days (Sunday excepted,} commencing at 7
o'clock A. M, and' closing at 5 o'clock P. M each
day. Tha polia will be opened on the day of elec?
tion at 7 o'clock A. M., and dose at 5 o'clock
P.M. ' .
The Managers herein appointed are requested
to meet the Commissioners of Elections on Moy.
DAT, the 24th Instant, at 10 o'clock precisely, at
the City Hall, Council Chamber, for the purpose
or taking the oath prescribed by law, and to re?
ceive necessary Instructions.
N. "MONTGOMERY, Chairman,
E. w. M. MAOKEY,
R. S. BRUNS.
City Hall-W. M. Sage, 3. J. Young, John Reed.
Courthouse-F. M. Johnstone, H. C. Baker, S.
First Precinct, Market Eau (including all of the
said Ward south of Market street)-A. F. Farrar,
J. D. Kennedy, W. T. Elfe.
Second Precinct, Palmetto Engine House (In?
cluding all of a aid Ward north of Market street
and south of Wentworth street)-A. B. Mitchell,
William Wood, C. S. Miller!
Third Precinct, Engine House, Inspection street
(Including all or said Ward, north of Wentworth
street)-J. W. Lloyd, Charles B. Grant and Robert
First Precinct. Hope Engine House (Including
all of Bald Ward south of Hasel and Beaufaln
streets)-E. R. Walter, Charles Simons, L. T.
Second Precinct, Stonewall Engine House (in?
cluding all of said Ward nortb of Hasel and Beau,
fain stretts, and south of George and BBll streets)
M. Goldsmith, Jr., T. Osborn, S. G. Russell.
Third Precinct, Engine House, Smith street (tn-.
eluding all of said Ward north of George and Ball
streets)-G. L. Pratt, H. J. N?Kln'g and L, 0.
First Precinct, Eagle Engine House (including
all of said Ward south of Ann and Judith s troet s)
W. F. Barnett, E. A. Carson, J. Peironneau.
Second Precinct, America street (Including all
of said Ward north of Ann and Judith s tree ta)
W. S. Fraser, Wm. Glover, E. F. Jefferson.
First Precinct, Washington Engine House (In?
cluding all of said Ward east of Smith street and
south of Radcliffe street)-J. H.Happoldt, Richard
Forrest, W. H. Whitlock.
Second Precinct, Marion Engine House (inclnd
sng all of said Ward east of Smith street and
north or Radcliffe street)-P. H. Rivers, Charles
Linning and L. Plnckney.
Ttilrd Precinct, No. 49 Smith street (Including
aU or said Ward weat or Smith street)-J. W. Wil?
kinson, S. G.-Proctor and* John Freeman.
?? WABD 7.
Engine House, Columbus street-J. B. Mushlng
ton, J. N. Gregg and W. G. Eason.
First Precinct, Niagara Eugine' House, Sires
street (including all of said Ward south or Line
; street)-P. M. Gregorle, J. E. Bowers and J. M. ,R
Second Preclnc", corner of King and Congress
streets (Including BU of Bald Ward north of Line
street)-J. F. Mason, J. B. Morris and R. R.
00? CHARLESTON COUNTY TAX
KOTIOE.T-OOUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE, FIRE?
PROOF BUILDING, CHARLESTON, JUNE 23, 1871.
Katina ia harehv adron tn All rnnrfsrnfld. thfl.trft.
turns for all REAL AND PERSONAL PROPER?
TY, within th? limits of this County, shall be
made and delivered at this office on or before the
s i st day or July, 1871, tor the year commencing
July 1st, 1871, ve'riQed by oath or the person,
whose daly it is to so list or retara said property
possessed by bim, or nuder his control, either as
owner, agent, parent, husband, guardian, execu?
tor, administrator, trastee, receiver, officer,
partner, factor, or holder, with the value of sncb
personal property so held or controled. By Section
3d, or an Act to amend an Act providing tor the
assessment and taxation of property, passed
September 16, isos. and all Acts amendatory*
thereto, lt ls made the duty or the County Audi?
tor to add fifty per cnt. penalty thereto tor reli?
ure or neglect to make returns or property with?
in the time given BO to do,. "and must be'ob?
The following must be returned tor Taxation as
1. Number of Horses.
2. Number of Cattle,
3. Number of Mules and Asses.
4. Number of Sheep and Goats.
6. Number of HOES.
. ? Number or Gold and Silver Watches.
(Number or Gold and Silver Plate.
7. Number or Pianofortes, Melodewns, or Cabinet
8. Number or Pleasure Carriages.
9. Number or Dogs.
10. Value or goods, merchandise, moneys and
credits pertaining to my business as a mer?
chant, during the year or part thereof, end?
ing the first day or July, 1871.
11. Value or materials received, used or provided
to be used, In my business, as a manufac?
turer du'log tue year or nart thereof, end?
ing the first day ol July, 1871.
12. Value of all machinery, englues, tools, flxtures
and Implements used or provided tor use in
my business as a manufacturer, during the
year or p.irt thereof, ending the first day of
July, 1871, and or all manufactured arti?
cles on hand one year or more previous
to that day.
13. Value or moneys, Including Bank Bills and
14. Value of all credits.
15. Value or Investments in the stocka or any
company or corporation out or this State,
except National Banks.
16. Value, ol all investments In bonds, except
bonds or the Utitted 'States and or this
State, expressly exempt rrom taxation.
17. Annual value or all leases except permanent
18. Value or all other property.
SAMUEL L. BENNETT,
Jnu23-7mth9 ?_? County Auditor.
pm* A PERILOUS SEASON.-GLORI?
OUS and delightful os thc Bummer weather ls
Its tropical heat is a severe trial to the vital pow
ers. Even the strongest are sometimes prostra,
ted by its effects. Tho common phrase applied to
thl3 condition or the body is "general debility."
Now, general debility arises from and Includes a
variety of ailments. The liver ls more or less af?
fected, the bowels are either constipated or too
much relaxed, the stomach but half performs the
work ur digestion, the appetite ls poor, and the
spirits depressed. This Is w:iat is called general
debi li'y.' It is a general disarrangement ol all
the physical runctlons. and requires as a remedy
a medicine that, will regulate them all.. Host ot?
ter's Stomach Bluers is specially adapted to ihls
purpose. Its general operation ls not confined to
a sin gie organ. If the liver ls affected, lt restores
Its tone. II the stomach ls torpid, lt regenerates
lt. If the nerves are tremulous and weak,'
lt braces and reinforces them. If the mind,
whichever sympathizes with the body, ls gloomy
and despondent, lt br ngs the whole mechanism
ol the body Into hawuuuy with the laws of health.
There ls no civilized nation loathe Western
Hemisphere in- wbicn the utility pf Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters as a tonic, corrective and antl
bllluus mediclue is not known and appreciated.
Throughout the Tropics lr. ls considered, both by
the people and the profession, the standard sp??
cifie. While lt is a medki?e tor all seasons and
au c l e at cs, lt is especially suited to the com?
plaints generated by the weather, being the pur
est and best vegetable stimulant In the world.
Beware of the Bitters made or acrid and dan?
gerous materials, which unscrupulous parties are
endeavoring to foist upun the people. Their
Dame ls legion, and the pqblic has no guarantee
that they are not po sou JUS. Adhere to the tried
jomedy. Hostetter's Bitters, sold only In glass
and never in kegs or barrels.
Jp ? B NEW YOKE.
OLD LINK JV KW YOKE AND CHARLES?
ESTABLISHED 1 84 6.
POPULAR PASSENGER LINE.
THE VERY FAST AND SPLENDID
Side-Wheel Steamships o? this Line will sall from
Adr/er's Wharf as follows :
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, July 29tb, at ? o'clock
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, Angas: 5th, at half
past 9 o'clock A. M.
MAN BATT AN, SATURDAY, August 12th, at 3
o'clock P. M.
JAMES ADOER, SATUSDAT, August 19th, at 8
o'cloclcA. M. ;
MANHATTAN, SATURDAY, August 26th, at 2;
o' clo otc P M
JAMES ADOER, '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.
B3r Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Frwldenee and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest marke;
? State-rooms may be secured n advance
without extra charge.
For Freight or Passage apply to
July26;_. JAMES ADQER A CO.
WEE KL r STEAM LINE-THURSDAYS-CON
NECTING WITH FIRST-CLASS STEAM LINES
.AT PHILADELPHIA "FOR BOSTON AND
The Fast Iron Screw Steamship
. HUNTER, Commander. .
WiU be dispatched for Philadelphia
on THURSDAY, 27th July, ntl o'clock,
P. M., rrom Brown's North Wh?rr.
?yThrough Bills Lading Issned for Cotton,
Rice and Rosin, Ac, to the New England Cities,
Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, and the principal
Northwestern Cities. Spirits Turpentine as
?-The Steamers of this line will take Lumber
to Philadelphia on accommodating terms.
For Freight engagements apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY,
July2G-tnth2 No. 1 Union Wharr.
p ACLFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROUGH LINS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND. J APAN.
F ABES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above Une leave Pier,
Na 42. North River, foot of Canal;
sreet. New York, at 12 o'olock.noon, or the lotr,
and 30th of every month (except when these
dates rail on Sunday, then the Saturday precio
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for south Pacido and Central Amcrtcnn port's!
Departure of loth touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran
cisco Drat of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch a; Havana, but
go direct from New York to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each ador,
Medicine and attendance free
For Passage Tickets or other information, app.y
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on ll e
wharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
.York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
?pOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS. .
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Trnruispati/u vuo u< ?uv>. ?,?.-?,.??, ?ni. ,
.Iron Screw Steamahips from
PIER No; 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
NEVADA, Capt. GREEN-.May 24, at 9 A M
WYOMING, Capt. Wit INNSRAY. May 81, at 8 P M
NEBRASKA, Capt. GUARD.June 3, at 8 P'M
MINNESOTA, Capt. T. W. FREE
KANN.June 7, at 9.80 A M
IDAHO, Capt. PRICE.June 14, at 8 P M
MANHATTAN, Capt. FORSYTH..June 17, at 8 P M
eOLORADOiCaptT.F.FRSBKAN.June 21, at 3 P M
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLI Airs.. Jane 28, at 2 P-'M
Cabin Passage $80, gold.'
Steerage Passage (Galee No. 29 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A> GUION, .
No. 63 Wall atreet, N. Y.
N. E.-Through Billa Lading to Liverpool Issued
by the Charleston and New'York steamers, which
make close connection with the above Une.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
* JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER & -CO.,
maye or WM. A. COURTENAY
NCHOR LINE STEAMERS
SAIL EVERY WE DNESDAY AND SATUR- .
DAY TO AND FROM NEW YORK
. AND GLASGOW.
CALLING AT LONDONDERRY TO LAND MAILS AND
j Thc Steamers or this favorite Line
are built expressly for the Atlantic Pas-,_
seager Trade, and fitted up ID every rcspeoc wno
all thc modern improvements c dculated to insure
the safety, comfort and convenience or Passen?
PASSAGE RATES, PAYABLE IN CURRENCY,
To Glasgow, Liverpool and Londonderry-First
Cabin, $65 and $75. according to location; Cabin
Return Tickets. $13o, securing best accommoda
I tlons; Intermediate,' $33; Steerage, $28
Parties sending for their friends lu the Old
Country can purchase tickets at reduced rates.
For further particulars, .apply to HENDERSON
BROTHERS, No. 7 Bowline ?.reen, N. ?., or
No. 8 Accommodation Wharf,
charleston, s. C.
49" Responsible Agents wanted in town and
"^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA.,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. C.
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leavo Accommodation Wharf _ -jTI
every MONDAY MORNING at " fffiBiM
o'clock, for savannah. Beaufort, Hlituu neja and
spanish wei a. Returning wu! leave savannah
every WEDNESDAY MORNING.
Will leave ror Beaufort, i'i.jiflc and Ch'aolm'B
Lauding? every THURSDAY MORNING, a.8 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.'
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Gooda consigned to care or Agents will be for?
warded free or storage or c romiaslon.
For Freight or Passane, apply to
RAVEN EL, HOLMES ft CO.,
jnn30_No. 177 East. Bay.
QR *. L O R I D A,
: VIA SAVANNAH.
The steamer CI i Y POINT, Captain
G. E. McMillan, wtU leave. Southern
wharr cviTy TrRHi-Ai KVBNINH. atTsT>?
(until further notice,) tor Jacksonville, Fernan?
dina and Palatka, arriving back at Charlcnun
every SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
mayll RAVBNEL & CO., Agents.
The beauttrul Yacht ELEANOR will make
an ExcursLm to the'Blackflsh Banks, uart-'*
log rrom Southern Wharf every WEDNESDAY ami
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 Excuraton Pardea. Apply to Captain
YOUNG, ot board. Junio
IN ONE VOLUME, Price 60c.
The following Medical Lectures for Gentlemen:
1. PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.
2. PREMATURE DECLINE IN MAN. .
3. NERVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY.
4. DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
5. SPERM .ITO B RU CE A.
6. ABUSES ?F THE NATURAL FUNCTIONS.
7. TREATMENT AND CURE.
Price 50 cents by mah. - Address the author, Dr
CURTIS, N*o. ? Tremont Place, Boston. Mass.
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NEW CATALOGUE-No. 12.'
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Tom Pippin's Wedding, by the author of "Dame
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? Battle of Dorking, the German Conquest or
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Society and Solitude, by Emerson, $2.
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Brevia, Short Essays and Aphorisms, SI 60;
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?^VAJ^?HAND GHASLEST?N RALL
? v '.ROAD.
CHARLESTON, July 2it, 1871.
On and after MONDAY, Joly 3 ist, Tra?na will ran
dally as follows, viz:
DALLY TR A IN.
Leave Charleston, Sundays.excepted.. .8.30 A.M.
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays exceed .5.00 p. M.
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted....8.00 A. M.
Arrive^ Charleston, Sundays excepted.t.08 P. M.
NIGHT TRAIN. ^
Leave Charleston, dally..4.26 P. WT
Arrive at. Savannah, dally..10.16 P. M.
Leave Savannah, dally.........11.16 P. M.
^.iTiye at (Jharleston<;daiy.;.....v.."....4.86,A.M.
B Night Train makes close connection at Savan
rnah with the Atlantic A Gb if Railroad fer pointa
1 ui?Fiorida." " ; : ... ? ? x ' . v
.TOleeplngCars onaU Night Tralna.^
v Day Train markes connection at Savannah with
Georgia Central Railroad xor Macon arid points
South arid West ...
Freights forwarded dally to and. frons. Savan?
nah and all points beyond. - ?? 1.
v. . ; a-8. GADSDEN,''
Engineer and SnoeriHtendent.
S. 0. BQTiSTOK'O: F.-and T. Ag?nt?r Jnly27
Qm RAW AND SALISBURY RAILROAD
EUGIKKKB'S Ornea, )
CHRRAW AND S ALIS B CET R. FL CO KB ANT, - \
. OHKBAW. 8. 0,.July 2L 1871.- )
Bids will be received at the above office, until
thoraist August, 1871, for the following work and
material: : " '?
1st. For Twenty-eight Thousand (28.000) Cross
Ties, to be delivered along the lino of the first
eleven miles or road from Oneraw. . -
2d. For building fifteen'hundred (1500) lineal
feet or Pde, ana.FramediTresfles .and Water
Ways, and for lurouming matert Trefor same. }jf
3d For grading the 18th, 19th and'20th sections
already located, and the remainder of line to
Wadesboro', saythree (3)-mUea, when located.
Plana and specifications can be.seen by calling
upon the undersigned, ?r B. BURGH SMITH,-.
Jnly26-ws7 Resident Engineer.
G?TE CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C.* Jone 8,187L
On and after SUNDAY, June 11, the Passen?
ger Trains on '.he Sonta car jana Railroad will -
ron as follows:
YOB AUOU6TA. ??
Leave Charleston-.?.........:...-.^-.. *.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.................4^25 P. M.
Leave Charleaton......'. ?JO A. M.
Arrive a; Columbia.8.40P. kV
Leave Augusta.t... 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston..... 8.20 p. M.
Leave Columbia...;... 7.40 A. M.
Arrrlve at Charleston..3.20 P. M.
XBBOqOS WTUCHOTON- TRAIN...
Leave Awra-ta...."i............8.00 A.M.
Arrive at KlngvilL. ;.'.9.05 A. M.
Leave Ringville. 1.45 p. M.
Arrive at Augusta. .V.. .7.46 P. M.
AUGUSTA MOOT HXPHB88.
Leave Charleston.............. .?....... 8.30 P. V.
arrive at Augusta...........7.05 A JL
Leave Augusta. 6.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.....ii?, 6.40 A.M.
.COLUMPIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.......7.10 P.M.
.irrive at columbia....::....e.00 A. M.
-eave Columbia......ii.-IMP. M.
vmveat Charleston.... 0.46 A.M. .
Leave Charleston.......4....... 2.46P. M.
Arrive lit Summerville.................. 4.10 P.M.
jcave Summerville.. 7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.............:.:..-..&l6 A. M.
CAMDEN B BAN CIL ' y
Leave Camden........... e.00 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia....10.40 A. M.
Leave colombia.......;. L26 P.M.
Arrive at camden.6.00 P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta, with Geurgia Railroad and Central
Night Tram connects with Macon and Augusta
.Columbia Night Train connects' with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passet ger Train, and
runs through to Columbia and returns on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A.-L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. TIC KENS, G. T. A, , . janl9
VTORTHEASTEEN . RAILROAD OOM*
? G 11 A ii L ES-TON , S. c., February li. 1871.
Trains wm leave Charleston Dally at 6:80 A. M.
and 6 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7:80 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8:80 P. M. . '
Tram does not leave Charleston 0 P. M., snr.
Train leaving 6:30 A. M. makes through conn ec
tlon to New - York, via Richmond and Acquia
Creek only, going through io 40 hours.
Passengers leaving by. a P. M. Train have
choice of ro ute, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
? RID?T by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal
timare. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN
PAT in Wilmington, N. C. ~*
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant*
route to cincinnati. Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trains making coo*
nectlons at Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and O hlo Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLKAPOR, General Ticket Agent.
Ssaatstn1 separations, .A
DEATH TO RATS
BOXES DOUBLE THE SI2E AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
ALWAYS FRESH.. ^
Sold a?; Wholesale by
DOWIE. MOISE & DAVIS,
And at retail by all Dnurtrists. fobl-emo
HARLES LIE BE NROOD,
STEAM. TURPENTINE DISTILLERY,
CHARLESTON, S. C. ?
?3- Highest Prices paid in Cash for Crude Tar
' 49- Virgin $4 25, Yellow Dip $3 so. -,